SuperFight 3 Welterweight Championship Fight Features Bridgette Nelson vs. Beau Rawiri – Watch on GFL.tv
SuperFight is an exciting new Pro-am Mixed Martial Arts fight night featuring the best local and interstate fighters. Following the success of the February event is SuperFight 3, the Second of a scheduled 3 event series for 2016.
The Main event features a Welterweight Championship fight. In 2015 Corey “Major” Nelson announced he was hanging up his gloves and walking away from MMA. Now he returns to the sport ready to resume his quest to be the best Welterweight fighter in Australia. His opponent is Beau Rawiri from Strikeforce gym NZ. Beau won a tough fight in his first contest outside of NZ, a match against David Francis in his last outing at SuperFight earning him a shot at the first title belt in SuperFight.
This card will also include Professional fighters from Australia and NZ. Expect all out action in these three main undercard event matches. Firstly, George “Monkey” Malizis takes on Trent Girdham and Ben Watson faces Jack Ferguson, Paul Traish returns to fight Ciaran Dunne.
This event will feature a full undercard of action packed fights from Amateur fighters representing the best MMA Gyms in the Country, from hard hitting to non-stop action and everything in between. The event will also feature female athletes for the first time in SuperFight. Be there and experience the action hard and fast and best of all live…
This event is being held at Club Punchbowl formerly known as the Croatian Club. Get your tickets early as this event will sell out fast!!!
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UFC Vet Ebersole Agrees to Come out of Retirement to Fight Former Student, Teammate and Also Former UFC fighter Kennedy at Hex Fighting Series 6 – Live on GFL.tv
There is genuine bad blood between the two main event fighters and it is the major reason for why the match has been put together and made into a reality. Fighting out of the Kickass MMA gym in Perth, Kennedy, 33, who boasts a professional record of 22-8, will be making his first appearance after being released by the UFC.
Ebersole had recently retired from the UFC after a four-year tenure in the promotion, but retirement was short-lived when he was offered the chance to fight his former student. Ebersole is fighting out of Melbourne’s Kimekai and holds an impressive professional record of 51-17-1. The 35 year-old detailed his side of the feud with Kennedy to Fight News Australia back in February.
Ebersole claims that Kennedy used his name with promoters to get them to put him on their cards, claiming that a mutual friend heard Kennedy talking to a promoter saying how well he did against Ebersole whilst training.
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6/18/16, New York- Star Boxing’s Rockin’ Fights took center stage on Friday night (June 17), and WBC Silver International Champion and WBC World #4-ranked Junior Welterweight contender Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin (19-0, 16 KO’s Long Island, NY) extended his unbeaten streak with his 19th consecutive victory, a rousing first round TKO over Jesus Selig (19-4-1, 12 KO’s Douglas, Arizona) at The Paramount in Huntington, New York. Seldin attacked with thrilling ferocity from the get go. He knocked the seasoned Selig to the mat the first time he landed flush to his head. Selig rose but the writing was on the wall as Seldin went in for the kill. Cletus then drilled a wobbly Selig in what will be a highlight reel knockout for many years to come. The referee didn’t bother to count. The 10-round Junior Welterweight main event headlined the 24th edition of the popular series promoted by Joe DeGuardia.
Seldin, the Patchogue product fighting out of Shirley, Long Island, has been sensational in compiling an unblemished 19-0 mark, with 16 of his triumphs coming via highlight reel knockouts. Seldin has won 11 straight and 16 out of 17 at the popular Long Island venue.
The undercard featured a bevy of top local prospects, and here are those results: In another junior welterweight clash, Woodhaven’s Danny Gonzalez (12-0-1, 5 KO’s) remained undefeated with a unanimous eight round decision over Curtis Morton (4-6-4) of Myrtle Beach in an eight-rounder. El Gallo displayed eye catching combinations, superior footwork and resolve in his impressive victory.
Sweden’s Naim Terbunja, (8-1) earned a unanimous six round decision over Lanny Dardar (3-6-2, 1 KO) of Louisiana. Both combatants threw caution to the wind, unloaded with a barrage of shots in every round.
Tyrone “Pretty Boy” James (3-0, 2 KO) remained unbeaten with his third straight triumph, a first round TKO over New York City’s Kasif Muhammad (0-3). James is starting to live up to some big hype following his impressive amateur background.
Another Elmont, Long Island fighter showcased his talents with a victory, as Terell Bostic (2-0, 1 KO) won by unanimous decision over Miguel Gloria (1-3) of Albuquerque; and Brooklyn’s Laurend Stewart (3-0, 2 KOs) continued his winning ways scored a second round destruction over Daniel Flores (0-3).
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MMAMANIA.COM Rates Dustin Brooks vs. Ken Pizzi- Extreme Cage Fighting (EFC) 10 as One of Top 5 Fights of the Weekend To Watch – Live on GFL.Tv
Dustin Brooks vs. Ken Pizzi- Extreme Cage Fighting 10
The Extreme Cage Fighting light heavyweight championship is on the line as Dustin Brooks takes on Ken Pizzi for what may be a one sided match.
The demonstrative Brooks has a fight record of 8-2 and has been putting on a clinic ever since he’s hit the MMA scene. After winning his last two bouts with submission tactics it’s safe to assume that Brooks will be looking to do the same to Pizzi. The champion is working with house money since he has both the weight advantage and experience level working for him.
Ken Pizzi may be a dead man walking this weekend. This will be his first fight ever in a MMA ring so the odds are highly stacked against him. Who knows though, its quite possible Pizzi may walk away with an upset and change the landscape of the promotion. Does he have what it takes to be the next ECF light heavyweight champion?
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3 Great Battles Tonight at V3: Dekarie Sanders vs. Eryk Anders; Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell vs. Bobby Taylor and Nick Davis vs. Kevin “The Kannibal” Henry – Live on GFL.Tv
V3Fights make their way back to Minglewood Hall on June 18 with another stacked card. This night will feature seven pro bouts to go along with ten amateur bouts.
The main event will feature former University of Alabama linebacker from the 2009 national championship team, Eryk Anders (3-0) going up against the former two- division V3 champion, Dekaire “The Sandman” Sanders. These fighters were supposed to meet on several occasions, and on June 18 the score will finally be settled.
The co-main event will put the newly signed World Series of Fighting phenom, Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell putting his undefeated record on the line against hard hitting, knockout artist Bobby Taylor. This bout is a true ‘striker vs grappler’ match that will have fans on the edge of their seats.
Nick “Dynamite” Davis returns to the cage to take on rival, Kevin Henry. The vacant bantamweight title will be on the line when Michael Walker goes toe to toe with Ethan Milesano. Walker comes into this fight with a great deal of momentum and fresh off of a 10 second submission victory in May.
Several other top professional and amateur fighters such as Greggory Hussey, Ira Sherrod, Alvin Williams, and Jason Aldridge will on the card as well.
The undercard features a bevy of top local prospects. In another junior welterweight clash, Woodhaven’s undefeated Danny Gonzalez (11-0-1, 5 KO’s) squares off against Curtis Morton (4-5-4) of Myrtle Beach in an eight-rounder.
Terell Bostic (1-0, 1 KO) comes off an outstanding first round KO debut to face Miguel Gloria (1-2) of Albuquerque.
Unbeaten Tyrone James (2-0, 1 KO) battles New York City’s Kasif Muhammad (0-2).
Brooklyn’s Laurend Stewart (2-0, 1 KO) takes on another Albuquerque import in Daniel Flores (0-2).
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GFL Reaches the Best Fighters in Canada as Twelve (12) Fighters on UFC 89 Fight Night Have Fought on GFL.Tv in Their Rise to the UFC.
Twelve of the Fighters on the UFC 89 card have fought at various promotions who have partners with GFL.Tv. Below is a list of the fighters and where they previously fought. You can catch the best up and coming fighters every week “LIVE” on GFL.Tv.
- Patrick “The Predator” Cote – RingSide 10.
- SEAN “THE REAL OC” O’CONNELL – Showdown Fights.
- OLIVIER AUBIN-MERCIER – Ringside MMA 12.
- Jason Saggo – AFC19, Ringside MMA 12.
- Leandro Silva – Untamed 2.
- MISHA CIRKUNOV – HK41,43.
- Chris Beal – Bamma 3,5,6,7.
- ELIAS THEODOROU – School of Hard Knocks 12, 14.
- JOCELYN “JUSTICE” LYBARGER – TuffNuff.
- COLBY COVINGTON – Richmond Rumble.
- JONATHAN “DISTRICT” MEUNIER – Fight night Medicine Hat.
Jesse Medina, Ethan Duniam Headlines the Minotaur 4 “Demolition” Card Which Also Includes Sean Le Gourrierec, Liam McNeill, Andre Nguyen and Adam Abdulhak – Watch Live on GFL.Tv
Minotaur 4 “Demolition” takes place this Friday night at the Reggio Calabria Club in Melbourne. The event will be headlined by a lightweight rematch between Mildura’s Jesse Medina and Tasmania’s Ethan Duniam.
Friday’s clash comes just three months removed from the pair’s first encounter which took place at Brace 38 in Sydney. It was Medina who walked away victorious that night, submitting Duniam in the second round, and in the process, extending his unbeaten run to an impressive seven. The Mildura Martial Arts product has been one of the most active local fighters in recent years and picked up a Breakthrough Fighter of 2015 nomination after going 6-1 in the 12 months.
Duniam will now look to get back on track and recapture the form which saw him defeat the likes of David Simmons, Richard Graham and Richard Graham under the Valor banner leading up to the loss.
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Travis May vs Drew Du Bose
Andrew Smith vs Kevin Tee
Victor Gentilella vs Liam McNeill
Tuan Mingh vs Jordan TBC
Dean McNay vs Semo Alofaga
Will Arnott vs Armandt Odendaal
Michael Belfiore vs Paul Floyd
Gearoid Cronin vs Michael Mannu
PA Cage Fight 24: Richie Gates, Romero and Brofsky all Victorious by Stoppages – Watch the Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv
Peter Grajcar faces Svetislav Nikolajev this Saturday at HK50 Both Men Feel Destiny is on Their Side, Both of Them Can Not Be Right – Watch Live on GFL.Tv
Peter Grajcar knows he is going to be a UFC world champion. Grajcar has had two professional fights and won both. He won six of his bouts as an amateur and suffered one draw, which he says was a judging mistake. He’s competed in a “couple” grappling tournaments and medaled in all of them. He is six feet tall, 25 years old and has found his life purpose.
In 1999 Peter’s dad placed him in Tae Kwon Do classes. He quit when he was 11 years old, right before he earned a black belt. He started kickboxing just for cardio exercise.
Peter decided that if he wanted to compete as a fighter he would have to do it while he was young and able; school would have to wait. He dropped out of Algonquin College after his first semester. Grajcar knew he wasn’t getting the training he needed. He knew he had to take another leap of faith into his mixed martial arts career. It was Dennis Kang, his Jiu Jitsu coach, that ultimately gave him the extra push.
“Dennis told me, ‘I believe you can go far, you’re young, you’re hungry, you need to be with the best,’” Grajcar recalls. “‘You’re only young once, you’re talented, you need to dive in now.’”
So he dove.
Because of Kang’s confidence, Peter took off to Tristar Gym in Montreal for a week and stayed in Tristar’s dorms. That week was all he needed to know that he was meant to be training there.
Grajcar will face Svetislav Nikolajev in the Hard Knocks cage next month. Grajcar is confident in his skills despite Nikolajev’s experience.
“He doesn’t phase me,” Grajcar said. “All I need to do is play my game and I will come out with the victory, I’m sure of it.”