Cage Titans XXXII RESULTS – Watch NOW on GFL!

February 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Cage Titans 32 Quick Results from

“Slippery” Peter Barrett def Vince McGuiness – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Johnny “Cupcakes” Campbell def Michael Wallace Whaley – Sub, 2:56 Round 2

Aaron Goodwine def Sean Bettencourt– Sub, 2:54 Round 2

Joe Giannetti def Alex Dolan – Sub, 0:25 Round 1

Jeff Perez def Ryan DiBartolomeo – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Jimmy Manning def David McClendon – Sub, 1:30 Round 1

Zach “Attack” DiSabatino def Jurrell Laronal – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Fabio Cherant def Dave Sheehan – Sub, 2:02 Round 3

Marty Navis def Ryan Dunn – KO/TKO, 1:45 Round 2

Tommy Lee Davis def Jon Ciampa – KO/TKO, 1:22 Round 1

Rich Hacking def Brandon Murphy– KO/TKO

John Semenuk def Joe Smith – Sub, 2:50 Round 2

Daniel Pina def Glenn Kasabian – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Fabian Miranda def J. Wilder – Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

HARD KNOCKS FC 52 Results – Watch NOW on GFL.TV

December 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Hard Knocks 52 Results:

Main Event: Maged Hammo vs. Owen “The Body” Carr – Carr (V) Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Co-main: Noah “The Chosen Defender” Ali vs. Joaquin Calderon – Ali (V) by Submission due to D’arce Choke Round 1


Justin Grey vs. Steven Thomas – Thomas (V) Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Alexander Martinez vs. Cody “The Constrictor” Purtell – Martinez (V) Submission – Arm Bar 2:29 Round 1

Ty Prokopy vs. Chris Smeltzer – Smeltzer (V) Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Chris Robinson vs. Jeremy Perdue – Perdue (V) Unanimous Decision After 3 Rounds

Grey “The Butler” Patino vs. Isaiah Burkhalter – Burkhalter (V) Splits Decision After 3 Rounds

Colton Cronkite vs. Todd Vatcher – Cronkite (V) – Submission – Rear Naked Choke 1:01 Round 1

elissa Croden vs. Brittany Paterson – Croden (V) – TKO Round 1

Riley Pequin vs. Jared Tordoff – Pequin (V) – TKO Round 2

Broadway Boxing Results; Delomba Upsets Cowart; Fernandez Shines in DBE Debut

September 2, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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(all pictures by Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment)

New England boxers dominated last night’s Broadway Boxing, presented by DiBella Entertainment and sponsored by Nissan of Queens, Optyx, Azad Watches and Christos Steak House, held in the Fox Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

Rhode Island lightweight “Nice” Nick DeLomba (11-1, 2 KOs) outboxed and outpunched former Florida State Golden Gloves champion Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-2-1, 9 KOs) for an upset victory by way of an eight-round unanimous decision.

DeLomba, who was one of five winning New Englanders without a loss, took the fight to Cowart, beating him to the punch and effectively counterpunching. Cowart was unable to contain DeLomba’s side-to-side movement or his flurries of punches in the main event.

“Everybody looks at me and thinks they’re going to attack my body,” an ecstatic DeLomba said after the fight.  “Nobody moves as smooth as me and I’m going to keep doing it.”

Nick DeLomba (R) outworked Cowart

In the co-feature, New Mexico super featherweight Jose “Shorty” Salinas (10-2-1, 5 KOs) stood tall, stunning Albania native Dardan Zenunaj (12-2, 9 KOs), who is trained by Robert Garcia. Now fighting out of Belgium, Zenunaj couldn’t put Salinas away early and he paid for that in the later rounds. Bloodied and bruised, Salinas refused to stop throwing punches, and his huge heart resulted in an eight-round unanimous decision victory.

Jose Salinas pulled off a stunner:

Undefeated Spaniard Jon “Jonfer” Fernandez (9-0, 7 KOs) used a tremendous height and reach advantage to pound his tough Mexican opponent Naciff “Chata” Castillo (17-9-2, 5 KOs) until referee Joey Lupino halted the action midway through the fifth round. Fernandez recently signed a promotional contract with DiBella Entertainment and legendary boxer Sergio Martinez.


Jon Fernandez (R) unloaded on Naciff Castillo


Brooklyn lightweight Wesley Ferrer (12-0, 6 KOs), a 2013 New York City Golden Gloves champion, kept his undefeated record intact by outclassing a game Angel Figueroa (4-4-1). Referee Arthur Mercante stopped the fight 20 seconds into the seventh round.



Wesley Ferrer (L) was simply too much for Angel Figueroa

Sensational high school senior “Marvelous” Mykey Williams (4-0, 2 KOs) unloaded a three-punch combination that knocked out David Nelson (3-6, 1 KO) just 24 seconds into the first round. The 18-year-old Williams, fighting out of East Hartford, is rapidly developing into a rising star.

Mykey Williams ended the show early

Worcester, MA featherweight Irvin Gonzalez (2-0, 2 KOs) needed only two minutes to knock out Juan Muniz (0-5). The 20-year-old Gonzalez, whose pro debut also ended spectacularly in the opening round, exploded with a barrage of punches until referee Mercante stepped in to save the Texan from additional damage.



Irvin Gonzalez (R) is a promising prospect

In an action-packed match between a pair of pro debut fighters, East Hartford welterweight Anthony Laureano (1-0) emerged with a hard-fought win by four-round majority decision over Philadelphia’s Nahir Albright (0-1). The 21-year-old Laureano was a 2016 New England Golden Gloves champion.


Anthony Laureano (R) and Nahir Albright went to war

Fan favorite Jonathan “Smooth” Figueroa (1-0, 1 KO), fighting out of nearby Hartford, turned in an impressive performance in his professional debut, finishing off Philadelphia welterweight Demetris Williams (0-2) in the fourth round. Figueroa, a 2012 Southern New England Golden Gloves champion, wore down Williams and ended things with a powerful right hand.


Jonathan Figueroa celebrating his pro debut victory


Full results below:


(all winners listed first)


Anthony Laureano (1-0, 0 KOs), East Hartford, CT

WDEC4 (39-37, 39-37, 38-38)

Nahir Albright (0-1, 0 KOs), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jonathan Figueroa (1-0, 1 KOs), Hartford, CT

WKO4 (1:58)

Demetris Williams (0-2), Philadelphia, PA


Mykey Williams (4-0, 3 KOs), East Hartford, CT

WKO1 (0:24)

David Nelson (3-6, 1 KO), Lawton, OK


Nick DeLomba (11-1, 2 KOs), Cranston, RI

WDEC8 (80-72, 80-72, 78-74)

Amos Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs), Groveland, FL

Jon Fernandez (10-0, 8 KOs), Bilbao, Pais Vasco, Spain

WKO5 (1:45)

Naciff Castillo (17-10-2, 5 KOs), Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Wesley Ferrer (12-0, 7 KOs), Brooklyn, NY

WTKO7 (0:20)

Angel Figueroa (4-4-1, 0 KOs), Loran, OH


Jose Salinas (10-2-1, 5 KOs), Albuquerque, NM

WDEC8 (78-74, 78-74, 77-75)

Dardan Zenunaj (12-2, 9 KOs), Braine le Comte, Belgium


Irvin Gonzalez (2-0, 2 KOs), Worcester, MA

WTKO1 (2:00)

Juan Muniz (0-5), Tyler, TX

Team Brazil shuts out Team Imperial at “M-1 Challenge: Brazil – Fourth Edition” – full results

May 11, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Team Brazil celebrates their shut out of Russia

Team Brazil celebrates their shut out of Russia

In the season opener of the 2009 “M-1 Challenge Presented by Affliction” back in February in Tacoma, Washington, Team Brazil lost to Team USA West 3-2. This past weekend, Saturday May 9th, Team Brazil was back in action, fighting on their home turf against the 2008 defending M-1 Challenge Cup Champions Team Imperial in Sao Paulo, Brazil and PRO MMA ( has the results.

Team Brazil was able to even up their overall record to 1-1 while Team Imperial fell to 0-2. Also on the card was Team Bulgaria who improved their record to 1-1 with a defeat of Team Benelux who fell to 0-2. Team Germany lost to Russia Legion dropping their record to 1-1 while Russia Legion is undefeated at 2-0.

IFL Super Fight veteran Eduardo Pamplona (11-2) of Team Brazil defeated Bodog Fight veteran Erik Oganov (9-10) of Team Imperial in a majority decision that earned “Fight of the Night” honors. The next event of the 2009 season will be “M-1 Challenge: Fifth Edition” and is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 5 in Kansas City, MO with Team USA East returning to action against Finland.

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