Strikers’ Cup 18 Results – Watch NOW on GFL.TV

December 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Strikezone Promotions put on another EXCITING night of Muay Thai ACTION at Strikers Cup 18!!! CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW ON GFL!!!

 

Results:

Jonathon Carpio vs. Rafael Sanchez: Sanchez (V) Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-28, 29-28 After 3 Rounds

Kasaun Tramel vs. Pedro Saldana– Tramel (V) Unanimous Decision 29-28, 29-28, 29-28 After 3 Rounds

Ashley Rohrback vs. Liz Bakey– Rohrback (V) Unanimous Decision 30-27, 29-28, 29-28 After 3 Rounds

Molly McLane vs. Mandi Bompensa– McLane (V) Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27 After 3 Rounds

Kamil Ruminski vs. Kyle Sargent– Ruminski (V) Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 29-28 After 3 Rounds

Dametreis Day vs. Alan Gutierrez– Gutierrez (V) KO 0:32 Round 1

Brian Douglass vs. Dylan Celentano– Celentano (V) Unanimous Decision 30-26, 30-26, 30-27 After 3 Rounds

Jamal Kataw vs. Matthew “The Raw Dog” Ramge– Kataw (V) Unanimous Decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-27 After 3 Rounds

NJ Mac Defeats Rob Gonzales for the Interim 147lb USMTA/WC Title at Warriors Cup 28against Rob Gonzales

September 19, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Another exceptional night of Muaythai with 12 good fights at Warriors Cup 28. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS.

Main Event: NJ Mac of Rebel Thaiboxing wins The Interim 147lb USMTA/WC title against Rob Gonzales of the Wat. NJ can now fight either Nick Grant for his WC title or Rematch Chanon Kuldraree for his USMTA title.

Co-Main: Remi Singh of Sitan Gym NY wins the WC 160lb Title against John Esposito of the Institute.

Co-Main: Raquel Harris of Evolution Muaythai retains her USMTA 105lb Title against Nicole Richiusa of The Institute.

Akio Nakasone of The Wat wins a Decision against Scott Copenhaver of Chok Sabai Gym.

Beau Bradley of Five Points Academy wins a decision against Alex Chang of The Wat.

Quinn Pakdeteeva of Rebel Thaiboxing wins a dec against Clifford Francois of Chok Sabai Gym.

Juan Sosa of Rami Elite wins a dec against Josh Santos of Stockade Martial Arts.

Andrew Beckles of Rebel Muaythai wins a Dec against Slawek Gubernat of Valiant Muaythai.

John Marino of Animals MMA and Elvin Johnson of Rajasi Muaythai fight to a draw.

Roman Aguila of North Jersey Muaythai wins a dec against Adam Carlson of Weapons 9 Gym.

Dionys Dume of Rajasi Muaythai wins a Dec against Jamal Kataw of AMA Fight Club.

Brian Douglas of Five Points wins a dec against Alex Vinarsky of Valiant Muaythai.

Warriors Cup 28: NJ Mac v Rob Gonzales – Live on GFL.Tv

September 16, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Warriors Cup 28: NJ Mac v Rob Gonzales – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

In the headline bout NJ Mac takes on Rob Gonzales for the Interim 147lb USMTA / WC Title, with the winner meeting the 147lb Champ Chanon Kuldraree in their next bout. These 2 fighters are both experienced Muay Thai fighters, though they have contrasting styles. NJ Mac has impressive footwork and mobility which he will need in defending the aggressive attacking style of his opponent, Rob Gonzales.

These two fighters come from competing schools, which ads to the rivalry and interest in this bout. Rob Gonzales trains at The Wat in Downtown NYC, whilst NJ Mac trains at Rebel Thaiboxing on Long Island. Full Rules Muay Thai requires a physical and mental discipline unlike other combat sports as the risk of injury is great. The sport is known as “the art of eight limbs” because it is characterized by the combined use of fists, elbows, knees, shins and feet. I have seen a spinning elbow that was so fast that at 60 frames per second the camera did not capture the contact between the elbow and the fighters chin. This fight has the making of a great battle between two experience and disciplined fighters.

Bout of Note: Another fight of note is the Womans’ USMTA title fight between defending champion Raquel Harris against Nicole Richiusa. Raquel had cleaned house in the 105lb division beating many of the best females in this weight class. Nicole comes as a legit contender looking to dethrone Raquel for her USMTA title.

The Bout Card:

Full Rules Muay Thia Featuring Ricardo Mixco v Rami Ibrahim in Main Event at Madison Square Garden Tonight – Live on GFL.Tv

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2-Time Champion Ricardo Mixco will face 15-Time Champion Ahmad Ibrahim! Over 40 fights between these 2 skilled fighters. Full Rules Muay Thai – that means all limbs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holy smokes this is happening!!! Brooklyn’s own Yorrick “Mister Lower Case-t” Anderson will face NJ veteran Luis Gorritti!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The bout card includes:

Youngest Muay Thia Competition Tonight at the Garden as 8 yr olds Elianna Tejada Squares Off Against Cadienne McDonald -Live on GFL.Tv

June 10, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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History will be made on June 10th as the youngest Muay Thai combatants in MSG history will step into the ring. Elianna Tejada (Rebel Thaiboxing) will square off against Cadienne McDonald (Kings Combat Fitness). Both girls are just 8 years old, and will surely make for an unforgettable night.

The fight card will also include NYC Fan favorite NJ Mac (Bladefist Muay Thai), as he faces his toughest opponent yet, knockout artist Rob Gonzalez (The Wat). MMA Standout Aaron Sifflet steps back under the bright lights to face Brooklyn’s Bryant Johnson. TaKe-On Muay Thai veteran Ricardo Mixco (12-1) goes toe to toe with 5-time champion and Philly native Ahmad Ibrahim (21-6). The adult females will also shine as Kit Fung (Kingsport Muay Thai Queens) comes off another successful title defense last month as she faces Yasmeen Salhani (Rami Elite-Philly).

The bout card includes:

Triumph Kombat at Madison Square Garden: Featuring 2 Single Elimination Tournaments Tonight – Live on GFL.Tv

June 10, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE – Triumph Kombat announced the return of Full Rules Muay Thai Kickboxing and amateur Mixed Martial Arts to The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Friday, June 10th. This will mark the second time The Garden will host the thrilling Muay Thai and amateur Mixed Martial Arts historic event and the first since New York’s legalization of professional MMA.

Highlighting the June 10th event will be two, single elimination Tournaments (140 lbs. and 147 lbs.) with the winner being crowned the Triumph Lightweight and Triumph Welterweight champion. The Champion will have to win twice in one night to take home the belt, and the competition is fierce!

 

 

 

 

 

History will be made on June 10th as the youngest Muay Thai combatants in MSG history will step into the ring. Elianna Tejada (Rebel Thaiboxing) will square off against Cadienne McDonald (Kings Combat Fitness). Both girls are just 8 years old, and will surely make for an unforgettable night.

The fight card will also include NYC Fan favorite NJ Mac (Bladefist Muay Thai), as he faces his toughest opponent yet, knockout artist Rob Gonzalez (The Wat). MMA Standout Aaron Sifflet steps back under the bright lights to face Brooklyn’s Bryant Johnson. TaKe-On Muay Thai veteran Ricardo Mixco (12-1) goes toe to toe with 5-time champion and Philly native Ahmad Ibrahim (21-6). The adult females will also shine as Kit Fung (Kingsport Muay Thai Queens) comes off another successful title defense last month as she faces Yasmeen Salhani (Rami Elite-Philly).

The bout card includes: