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Event: RRFC 2 Wallace vs Sir     
Date:   Jul 27, 2019

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Yougot Tappedout (ranked 2891 p4p, 335 weight class) and Rodney Rodgers (ranked 3677 p4p, 397 weight class). Rodney Rodgers told me before the fight that he's been watching a lot of DVDs so let's see if that helps him in this one! I can't wait to find out!

183 cm
25
179 lbs
3 - 0 - 0
185 cm
25
170 lbs
4 - 1 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
Good chin
BJJ Blue Belt
Decent boxing
Granite chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Yougot Tappedout!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, Rodney Rodgers!
The judges for this bout are Tiny Johnson, Gwen Towbar and Alan Glass.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Rodgers scores with a body shot.
Tappedout fails with the takedown
and Rodgers counters with a nice body shot.
Tappedout shoots in looking for a takedown but Rodgers manages to keep the fight standing, pushing Tappedout's face into the canvas for good measure before circling away.
A combination from Rodgers does no damage.
Tappedout attempts a counter takedown but Rodgers avoids it well and moves away.

Rodgers has closed the distance and engaged Tappedout in a clinch.
Tappedout wants a takedown.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Yougot Tappedout. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Tappedout changes levels and goes for a takedown here. Rodgers fights it off and pushes away nicely.

Rodgers closes the distance and clinches.
Rodgers is defending well against a takedown attempt.
Tappedout has dropped down and is looking to force the takedown but it's defended by Rodgers after a bit of a struggle.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Tappedout has a body lock and is looking for a takedown. Rodgers is bouncing around trying to prevent the takedown and somehow he has indeed managed to stay on his feet.

Rodgers manages to break the clinch.
A punch combination from Rodgers misses.
Tappedout attempts a counter takedown but Rodgers avoids it well and moves away.
Rodgers sizes up Tappedout with a pawing jab and scores with a straight right down the middle.

Rodgers is looking for a takedown here. He's shot in and has managed to get it, finishing up in Tappedout's half guard.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Rodgers wants to lay and pray for a moment but Tappedout keeps working.
Tappedout works his way to full guard. Good work.

Rodgers avoids a guillotine attempt easily.
Tappedout controls Rodgers momentarily but Rodgers frees himself.

Tappedout is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Rodgers defends well.

Tappedout has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Rodgers can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.

Rodgers has a momentary lapse of concentration, allowing Tappedout to throw up a leg and lock on what appears to be a pretty tight triangle! Rodgers is fighting it off but it's all too little too late - Tappedout pulls down on the head and he's put Rodgers to sleep! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:56 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle). Yougot Tappedout!
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RATING
55%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 27, 2019

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Michale Marshall (ranked 5914 p4p, 0 weight class) and Toeknee Fergersun (ranked 4884 p4p, 0 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

151 cm
18
161 lbs
3 - 0 - 0
180 cm
25
164 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Prefers standup

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Michale Marshall!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Toeknee Fergersun!
The judges for this bout are Frank Dennis, Alan Glass and Chris Downing.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Marshall avoids the clinch attempt nicely.
Marshall wants to take advantage of his opponent's missed offense by moving into the clinch.
Marshall circles away from the clinch attempt

and Marshall counters with a nice double leg into side control. Fergersun won't be happy with that.
Fergersun taking a bit of punishment here - Marshall scoring with strikes.
Marshall could do with losing a few pounds - he looks very soft around the mid section, to put it politely.
Fergersun tries to improve position but can't.
Marshall working the ground and pound from side control.
Fergersun gets one leg under and gets the fight to half guard.
Fergersun has hold of Marshall's hands but Marshall slips his arm to the side and lands an elbow.
Marshall is nestled in close to Fergersun, controlling him well. He's worked in a nice elbow to the side of the head as well, for good measure.

Fergersun looking for submissions from an awkward position here.
Fergersun is in trouble now - Marshall has advanced to mount!
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
Fergersun is working to get back to half guard.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Marshall punishing his opponent with strikes.
Marshall looking to control and managing it successfully.
Fergersun is in all sorts of trouble here.
Marshall fakes a shot to the body and cracks his opponent in the head. Nice ground and pound there!
Marshall with a couple of short strikes.
Fergersun sneaks a leg back under and regains half guard and is working straight away to try and get back to guard. He hasn't managed just yet though.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Marshall lands strikes from half guard.
Fergersun wants to get back to full guard.
Marshall working over Fergersun with some ground and pound. Fergersun looks like he wants out of this position, which is understandable.
Marshall scoring with strikes to the body and head.
Marshall winds up and cracks Fergersun with a swinging punch to the side of the head.

Fergersun is rocked!
Marshall lands with an elbow from half guard - that looked like it hurt.
Fergersun is still in real trouble! Can Marshall finish him?
Marshall lands a big shot. The thud that echoes around the arena is like music to the fans' ears.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Nice strikes from Marshall there.
Marshall is nestled in close to Fergersun, controlling him well. He's worked in a nice elbow to the side of the head as well, for good measure.
Marshall looks to score some points with some ground and pound.
The fighters are going at a pretty good pace and they're both starting to sweat now.
Marshall prevents Fergersun from improving his position.
Marshall looks towards his corner to check for any instructions. The corner give him nothing to work with, so he cracks Fergersun with a short hammerfist. I guess that's as good as any advice he could get in this position.
Ground and pound from Marshall.
Marshall scores with a big shot! Fergersun's head bounced off the canvas with a huge thud! More strikes land and the referee has jumped in to save Fergersun! He was hurt real bad - good stoppage!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:43 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Michale Marshall!
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RATING
56%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 27, 2019

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Warner Pickett (ranked 24998 p4p, 0 weight class) and Yougot Tappedout (ranked 3281 p4p, 0 weight class). Yougot Tappedout has the better chin. Will he look to stand and bang today?

174 cm
18
177 lbs
1 - 4 - 0
183 cm
25
179 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
Good takedowns
Brawler
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Warner Pickett!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Yougot Tappedout!
The judges for this bout are Emerson Jorge, Felipe Paraventi and Matheus Silva.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Tappedout decides to change it up a bit and drives through with a nice takedown into half guard.
Tappedout keeping composed on the top, looking to control the action.
Pickett has no desire to be mounted, so is trying to control. Tappedout is working away from the top position though.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

Tappedout is trying to work for a kimura but Pickett is defending well.
Still in half guard, Tappedout seems content to control.
Pickett is trying to maintain the position but Tappedout is very close to passing his half guard.
Tappedout looks over to his corner - he wants some instructions but his corner are not responding.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Pickett trying to control but Tappedout postures up.

Tappedout is looking for a kimura. It's going to be difficult to finish that from half guard though and Pickett defends it well.
Pickett trying to hold on to Tappedout's head to control him but Tappedout postures up.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Tappedout sitting and controlling from the half guard.

Tappedout is working for a submission here. He's got hold of the far side arm and he's looking for a kimura. He's cranking on the arm and he's got it! Pickett is tapping out! Ouch, that looked like it hurt!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:35 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Yougot Tappedout!
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hype
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
47%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 22, 2019

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Yougot Tappedout (ranked 3978 p4p, 0 weight class) and Zimerna Gensen (ranked 24992 p4p, 0 weight class). Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

183 cm
25
179 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
190 cm
18
170 lbs
0 - 6 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
Good chin
BJJ White Belt
Excellent MT
Knockout power

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Yougot Tappedout!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 6 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Zimerna Gensen!
The judges for this bout are Seu Braga, Mauricio Rocha and Luis Engracia.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Gensen rushes Tappedout and presses him up against the cage.

Tappedout lands a nice trip takedown into half guard.
Tappedout keeping composed on the top, looking to control the action.

Tappedout is working for a submission here. He's got hold of the far side arm and he's looking for a kimura. He's cranking on the arm and he's got it! Gensen is tapping out! Ouch, that looked like it hurt!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:28 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Yougot Tappedout!
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 20, 2019

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Sal Callahan (ranked 6022 p4p, 0 weight class) and Toeknee Fergersun (ranked 3937 p4p, 0 weight class). Toeknee Fergersun is staring across the cage at his opponent, tweaking his nipples.

172 cm
24
162 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
180 cm
25
164 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Prefers standup

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Sal Callahan!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Toeknee Fergersun!
The judges for this bout are Frank Dennis, Alan Glass and Cecil Peabody.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Fergersun moves into range and clinches up with Callahan.

Callahan gets double underhooks and manages to take the fight to the ground.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

Fergersun is active off his back here, looking for submissions.

Fergersun throws his legs up looking to secure a triangle. Oh, that looks pretty tight, I gotta say! Callahan escapes and throws Fergersun's legs to the side, diving into side control!
Callahan grinds an elbow into Fergersun's temple.

Callahan wants to work for a kimura but he's foiled early by Fergersun, who protects the arm well.
Fergersun tries to buck Callahan off but Callahan is having none of it.
Callahan working the head with strikes.
Callahan works a knee to the body and follows up with a nice elbow to the head.
Callahan lands a knee to the body and a forearm to the face.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Fergersun wants to improve his position, back to half guard but Callahan has ideas of his own. He's got hold of Fergersun's far side arm and it looks like he's got an Americana. Ohh! Ohhhh! OOOOOOOOOH! A human being's arm is not meant to bend like that! Fergersun is tapping like a morse code operator on the Titanic! SOS SOS! He's out of here! Great win for Callahan!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:20 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Americana). Sal Callahan!
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hype
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
71%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 16, 2019

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Virgilio Hartman (ranked 24320 p4p, 0 weight class) and Toeknee Fergersun (ranked 4720 p4p, 0 weight class). I don't know about you partner, but I'm pumped for this one!

181 cm
24
162 lbs
2 - 3 - 0
180 cm
25
164 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Experienced
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Enjoys gardening

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Virgilio Hartman!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Toeknee Fergersun!
The judges for this bout are Chris Downing, Robert Twigg and Gwen Towbar.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Fergersun throws a series of punches but Hartman avoids them all with ease.
Fergersun lands with a nice combination. Hartman backs away looking to recover.

It looks like Virgilio Hartman has been cut.

Hartman manages to get an easy takedown there - catching Fergersun on his heels. He'll look to pass Fergersun's guard now, I'm sure.

Fergersun pushes a forearm under Hartman's chin to create some space. He's escaped his hips and pivoted quickly for an armbar! Can he extend the arm? Yes, Hartman is tapping out! Damn, that was fast!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:31 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Toeknee Fergersun!
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hype
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 12, 2019

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Daniel Stevenson (ranked 6989 p4p, 0 weight class) and Yougot Tappedout (ranked 4779 p4p, 0 weight class). Yougot Tappedout has the better chin. Will he look to stand and bang today?

151 cm
24
178 lbs
2 - 3 - 0
183 cm
25
179 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
Good takedowns
Brawler
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Daniel Stevenson!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Yougot Tappedout!
The judges for this bout are Mauricio Rocha, Matheus Silva and Alexandre Firmino.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Tappedout shoots in for a takedown - he's clinched up with Stevenson but Stevenson pushes him off and we're back to square one.
Stevenson feinted there with a counter leg kick.

Stevenson scores a trip takedown into side control. Nice.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Tappedout is looking for a sweep.
Tappedout wants to control but Stevenson postures up.
Stevenson in side control, just content to control the action for now.
Tappedout holding on.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Tappedout is looking for a sweep.
Tappedout keeps trying to improve his position.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Stevenson working away.
Tappedout tries to slip a leg under to move to half guard but Stevenson presses down on the leg and jumps into full mount!
Tappedout is desperately trying to improve his position but Stevenson has a good base and remains in mount.
Tappedout wants to control but Stevenson is having none of it.
Stevenson controlling the pace for now.
Stevenson prevents Tappedout from getting the reversal.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Tappedout manages to regain half guard. Good work.

Tappedout looking for submissions from an awkward position here.
Tappedout tries to roll over but Stevenson keeps him under control.
Stevenson really is a fat lump.
Tappedout is not content to let Stevenson control the position.

Tappedout looking for submissions off his back.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Nice strikes from Stevenson there.
Stevenson working over Tappedout with some ground and pound. Tappedout looks like he wants out of this position, which is understandable.
Tappedout is looking to improve his position.

Tappedout actively working from the bottom here.

Tappedout is working on a guillotine. He's managed to get to full guard and he's really squeezing tight! Stevenson is tapping! Great win for Tappedout!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:38 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Guillotine). Yougot Tappedout!
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hype
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
34%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Nov 30, 2018

Coming up we have a bantamweight MMA rules bout between Shenjiro Takashi (ranked 5878 p4p, 0 weight class) and Boon Nam Nak Su (ranked 5146 p4p, 0 weight class). We have two fighters making their debuts here, so let's see who comes out of this one with their first professional victory.

158 cm
18
130 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
172 cm
18
146 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Purple Belt
Basic striking
Cuts easily
BJJ White Belt
Excellent MT
Determined

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the bantamweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Shenjiro Takashi!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Boon Nam Nak Su!
The judges for this bout are Radbod Blank, Paulsen Ambrosius and Patrick Alders.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Nak Su misses with the body kick

and Takashi counters with a nice double leg into guard.
Nak Su is looking to stand back up but Takashi counters by passing into half guard. Oops... bit sloppy there by Nak Su.
Nice strikes from Takashi there.
Takashi is nestled in close to Nak Su, controlling him well. He's worked in a nice elbow to the side of the head as well, for good measure.
Takashi looks over to his corner - he wants some instructions but his corner are not responding.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Takashi seems to have a rather negative gameplan on the ground. He seems keen to just score the takedown and hold down Nak Su for as long as he can get away with.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Takashi winds up and cracks Nak Su with a swinging punch to the side of the head.
Nak Su is looking to get full guard. It looks like he might be successful but at the last minute Takashi jumps into side control!
Nak Su trying to remain calm as Takashi controls from the top position.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Well. There's a bit of a lull in the action here and the crowd are starting to get restless.
Nak Su tries to work a leg under to get back to half guard but Takashi wriggles his own leg back out and remains in side control.
Takashi remains in side control and seems content to stay there. It's a versatile position from which he can work both strikes and submissions, whilst maintaining that control, so maybe he'll sit here for a while.
The referee looks like he's ready to step in and stand the fighters back up.

The referee decides to stand the fighters back up.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Excellent takedown into side control there by Takashi.
Nak Su is looking to get back to his feet here but Takashi is keeping cool and he's managed to take Nak Su's back.
You know, I was talking to some of our celebrities at ringside tonight and they were split right down the middle on who was going to win this fight.
Nak Su trying to control the hands but Takashi breaks the grip.
Takashi really has the hooks in deep now - there seems like no escape for Nak Su.

That's four minutes gone in the round.

Takashi is working for a rear naked choke. Nak Su is not defending it well and Takashi has tightened it up quickly! This could be all over! Nak Su refuses to tap and goes to sleep, forcing the referee to intervene. A little trickle of blood came out of Nak Su's nose as his head slumped to the floor. That is naaaasty!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:23 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (RNC). Shenjiro Takashi!
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hype
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
28%

 

Event: KAMIKAZE 83: Jail     
Date:   Feb 24, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Harry Bullocks (ranked 4270 p4p, 423 weight class) and Eric Domani (ranked 7244 p4p, 616 weight class). Bullocks comes into the arena with New Age blaring out of the sound system. These two fighters really are very evenly matched on the feet - it will be fascinating to see who can assert themselves in that aspect of the fight.

195 cm
33
256 lbs
14 - 6 - 0
188 cm
29
245 lbs
17 - 7 - 0
Good wrestling
Excellent boxer
Granite chin
Good wrestler
Excellent boxer
Good gas tank

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 14 wins, 6 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Harry Bullocks!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 17 wins, 7 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Tokyo, Eric Domani !
The judges for this bout are Yukihiro Yamamoto, Tatsuya Matsuyama and Hirohito Nitta.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Bullocks misses with a head kick.
Domani swings away with a counter right hand but no contact made.
Bullocks throws a hard body shot but it just misses.
Bullocks throws a head kick that misses
and Domani counters with a right hand to the body.

Domani has Bullocks up against the cage in a clinch.
Bullocks fails to land with a short punch on the inside.
Bullocks blocks the elbow strike.
Bullocks misses with a hook from the clinch.
Bullocks is looking to control Domani 's arms but Domani gets an underhook and turns him. Now Bullocks has his back to the cage.
An uppercut to the body lands inside from Bullocks.
Bullocks can't find room to land a body shot as Domani controls the action.
Domani trying to land knees to the body.
Some stalling of biblical proportions here from Domani .
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
A nice left hand lands by Bullocks.
An uppercut on the inside fails to land for Bullocks.
Domani taking a break, stalling in the clinch.
A head punch blocked on the inside by Domani .
An uppercut to the body lands inside from Bullocks.
Domani blocks a punch to the side of the head.
Nice body punch from Domani - that landed with a thud.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Domani is working hard here but doesn't seem to be able to control effectively, up against the cage.
Domani tries a knee to the head but Bullocks blocks it.
A short right from Bullocks on the inside.
Bullocks blocks a knee to the body. He'll have a nicely bruised forearm in the morning.
Bullocks lands with a good tight uppercut to the head.
Nice body punch from Bullocks - that landed with a thud.
Domani looks winded!
Bullocks gets through Domani 's defenses to land a nice punch to the side of the head.
Bullocks misses with a body punch.
Bullocks lands with a short shot to the head.
Bullocks lands on the inside with an uppercut.
With the two fighters working up against the cage, Domani just misses with a elbow thrown towards Bullocks's brow.
Bullocks lands a body punch in the clinch.
Bullocks scores with a shoulder strike.
Domani crunches a lovely knee into Bullocks's ribcage.
Bullocks lands a hook to the side of the head.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
A nice right hand lands inside from Bullocks.
Bullocks scores with a shot to the side of Domani 's head.
Bullocks is working Domani over against the cage.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Bullocks lands a body punch.
Bullocks leaning his opponent against the cage.
Bullocks tries a shoulder strike but it doesn't do any damage.

Bullocks's corner calls for him to break the clinch, which he does.
Bullocks cracks the inside of Domani 's front leg.
Domani drops his hands and takes a jab to the jaw for his troubles.

Bullocks cracks Domani with a big right hand that sends him to the floor! Domani looks wobbly but he's sprung back up to his feet straight away… can Bullocks finish him?

Domani is rocked!
Bullocks misses with a half-hearted attempt at a head kick.
Bullocks sets himself, and Domani steps forward looking for the clinch! Bullocks avoids it this time.
Domani is still on wobbly legs! Can Bullocks finish him?
Bullocks misses with a wild body shot.
Domani seems to have recovered his senses.
Bullocks misses with a straight left.
Bullocks comes forward and lands a shot to the body, then darts back out of range.

Domani gets in close and instigates a clinch.
Domani misses with a shot to the kidneys.
Bullocks misses with a punch to the body.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Bullocks goes for a body shot but it's blocked.

Bullocks escapes the clinch and we're back to striking.

Domani gets in close and instigates a clinch.
Bullocks throws a hook to the body. More of an arm punch but it's all scoring with the judges.
An uppercut to the body lands inside from Domani .
A short right hand to the side of the head by Bullocks.
Bullocks stalling here - the referee won't stand for too much of that.
Bullocks misses with a punch to the body.
Bullocks taking a break, stalling in the clinch.
Domani blocking some punches.

Bullocks manages to break the clinch.

Domani gets a clinch.
Domani is working for takedown but Bullocks is calmly controlling the position for now.
Domani throws a punch but it's blocked by Bullocks.
Domani gets underhooks to prevent Bullocks's takedown attempt.
Domani softening up his opponent with strikes, against the cage.
Domani tries to land knees in the clinch but Bullocks avoids the damage to the body.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Domani prevents a body shot from Bullocks.
Domani blocks a body shot from Bullocks.

Domani drags the fight down to the ground.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.

Bullocks stands and steps away. Domani gets to his feet too and we're back to the striking game.
Bullocks lands a jab.
An inside leg kick lands from Bullocks.
Bullocks throws a good cross that connects.
Good standup being displayed there by Domani as he connects with a hook.
Domani wants to clinch.
The crowd applaud the fighters' efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Bullocks scores with a straight right hand, right through his opponent's guard.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Harry Bullocks dominated that round.
OK. That's time! The bell goes and we're back to the action.


Bullocks misses with an uppercut.
Domani moves in looking to clinch but Bullocks pushes him off.
Domani tries to clinch up but Bullocks circles away and keeps his distance.

Bullocks gets tackled into the cage by Domani . Domani maintains the clinch.
Bullocks is using his height advantage well here, landing a good percentage of his punches.
An uppercut on the inside fails to land for Bullocks.
Domani misses with a punch to the body.
Bullocks misses with a punch to the body.
Domani misses the knee to the body. Nice hip positioning from Bullocks.
Domani throws a head punch that misses.
Bullocks lands a body punch.
The fighters are starting to get sweaty, which will make takedowns a bit more tricky.
With the fighters clinched against the cage, Bullocks creates a bit of distance for himself and scores with a nice uppercut.
Bullocks lands a nice shot to the body.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Bullocks working aggressively here.
Bullocks fails to land with a short punch on the inside.
A head punch on the inside from Bullocks fails to land.
Bullocks gets through Domani 's defenses to land a nice punch to the side of the head.
Domani is breathing heavily.
A head punch blocked on the inside by Domani .
Bullocks is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Domani can do to turn this around?

Bullocks breaks the clinch.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Domani tries to check a leg kick but that clearly hurt him.
Domani takes a shot right to the liver - Bas would have been proud of that punch.
Domani on the wrong end of an overhand right that came out of nowhere.
Eric Domani is looking to throw some combinations by the looks of things.
Domani wants to clinch up but Bullocks keeps it at a distance.
Bullocks was looking to counter that move with a punch but didn't quite pull the trigger.
Bullocks lands with a good body shot.
Domani takes a really solid shot there but just smiles back and shrugs his shoulders.
Bullocks lands hard precision jab right on the jaw that stiffens Domani up and sends him tumbling to the mat! The ref grabs Bullocks from behind before he can pounce. Some folks in the crowd didn't like that stoppage, but I saw Domani 's eyes roll way back in his head, he was done.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:33 of round 2, we have a winner by way of KO (Punch). Harry Bullocks!
A very excited looking Harry Bullocks made sure he remembered to thank all the fans both in the arena and on the internet. He said all the coolest people spend all day on MMA websites, which got a big reaction.
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pop
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RATING
63%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jun 19, 2017

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Drew Sampson and Suave Pierre. The key to victory for Drew Sampson has got to be keeping the fight on the feet.

152 cm
18
177 lbs
0 - 1 - 0
178 cm
25
169 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Good in bed
Good wrestler
Counter fighter
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Drew Sampson!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Suave Pierre!
The judges for this bout are Trevor Gratis, Yves DeLean and Robert Douchet.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Sampson forces Pierre back against the cage and clinches.

Sampson's corner calls for him to break the clinch, which he does.

Sampson has managed to clinch.
Sampson has hold of a leg and is looking for a trip takedown. Pierre avoids it nicely though and we remain in the clinch.
Pierre has Sampson pressed against the cage, preventing Sampson from circling away and getting back to striking at range.

Pierre is working on a single leg takedown against the cage. Sampson can't fight it off and eventually Pierre manages to take the fight to the floor. Sampson looks annoyed but at least he's managed to land in guard.
Sampson has momentary wrist control but Pierre slips an elbow through the middle.
Pierre lands a couple of decent looking shots.
Sampson knows he needs to get back to his feet asap. He's simply no match for Pierre on the ground.
Pierre stands up over Sampson, holding his feet. He dives back in and lands a decent shot to the head.
Pierre is looking to work some ground and pound but Sampson has wrist control.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Pierre is looking to work some ground and pound but Sampson has wrist control.
Sampson really is a fat lump.
Pierre is working the ground and pound from guard. He might want to try advancing position though to get more of an impact.
Pierre postures up and scores with a shot to the body and a follow up elbow to the head.
Pierre looking to pass the guard.
Pierre is in close to Sampson's body, working some short punches and elbows.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Pierre postures up as if he's going to throw some strikes but drops back for an ankle! Sampson is in big trouble! He looks ready to tap! But no, he's escaped and dives on top of Pierre, into his guard.

Pierre wants to sweep here but Sampson controlling him for the moment.

Pierre working from the bottom, still in full guard. He's managed to get a loose triangle. Sampson doesn't seem to be doing much to defend here, obviously he feels comfortable in the position. Sampson manages to throw the legs off his shoulder and he's back into guard - no problem.
Sampson trying to control but Pierre is working from the bottom.
Pierre pulls Sampson in close to his closed guard and prevents Sampson from doing any damage or advancing position.
Pierre wants to sweep but no luck.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Sampson trying to control the position from guard on top but Pierre is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Sampson has to be careful here, sitting in the guard of a superior BJJ player.
Pierre is working the butterfly guard. He manages to land a nice scissor sweep and is now in half guard on the top. Nice move.


Pierre is looking for a kimura but Sampson is holding onto that half guard position, so it's hard for Pierre to get the leverage.
Ground and pound from Pierre.
Pierre keeping composed on the top, looking to control the action.
Pierre drops an elbow to the side of Sampson's head.
Pierre takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.
Pierre drops an elbow to the side of Sampson's head.

Pierre is thinking about going for an arm triangle but he can't free his leg.
Sampson might be looking to lock onto one of his opponent's long limbs for a submission, whilst we're on the ground.
Pierre is thwarting Sampson's attempts to control the position.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Pierre is keeping good posture, landing some ground and pound.
Nice strikes from Pierre there.
Pierre landing with strikes to the body and head, softening up his opponent.
Ground and pound from Pierre.
Pierre working the head and body with strikes.
Pierre takes advantage of the dominant position to land a couple of big hammer fists.
Pierre working some ground and pound from close in. He's looking to maintain this position and strike for a while by the looks of things... although he'll probably advance to full mount in a minute now I've said that.
Sampson wants to get back to full guard.
Sampson is breathing heavily.
Sampson is looking to control Pierre's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can Sampson avoid being mounted?
Pierre stalling.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Sampson is looking for a sweep. Pierre is wise to his cunning plan and keeps the top position.
Sampson is trying to defend against the ground and pound but Pierre scores with a couple of nice shots.
Pierre performing his best blanket impression for a moment.
The referee walks around the fighters to get a better view of the action. Pierre lands a nice short elbow.
Pierre drops an elbow to the side of Sampson's head.
Pierre scores with a big shot! Sampson's head bounced off the canvas with a huge thud! More strikes land and the referee has jumped in to save Sampson! He was hurt real bad - good stoppage!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:55 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Suave Pierre!
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pop
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RATING
38%

 

Event: 4Kings . 005     
Date:   Feb 04, 2017

Coming up we have a super heavyweight MMA rules bout between James Ahearn and Konsti Hamalainen. James Ahearn has the edge in experience - let's see if he can make that count tonight.

209 cm
25
288 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
193 cm
25
265 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Excellent MT
Very strong
Good wrestler
Counter fighter
Tends to cut

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the super heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, James Ahearn!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Helsinki, Konsti Hamalainen!
The judges for this bout are Roosa Järviläinen, Tarja Halkonen and Marco Blurström.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Hamalainen fails with a rather predictable takedown attempt.
Ahearn wings a very wild body shot but it does the job and lands to the midsection.
Hamalainen looks more muscular than last time we saw him. He must have been on the weights.
Horrible takedown attempt by Hamalainen or perhaps it was just good defense by Ahearn, which made it look bad.
Ahearn getting the better of the striking in that exchange.

It looks like Konsti Hamalainen has been cut.
Ahearn stuffs the takedown.
James Ahearn has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Konsti Hamalainen.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Ahearn works Hamalainen's body with a nice hook.
Ahearn feints a straight left to the body, then turns around with a flashy move and hits Hamalainens jaw with a dramatic spinning back fist!
Ahearn looks to score with a combo but nothing lands.
Ahearn stuns Hamalainen with a nice body shot, before stepping back out of range.
Hamalainen looks winded!

That's one minute gone in the round.
Ahearn with a body punch. A glancing blow.
Ahearn lands a straight punch to the body, keeping Hamalainen at a distance.
Ahearn digs a good body shot into Hamalainen's ribs.
Ahearn cracks Hamalainen with a big right hand that sees him stumbling back against the cage! Hamalainen falls to his knees and Ahearn doesn't need a second invitatation - he rushes in and fires off several unanswered shots that force the referee to stop the fight! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:23 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). James Ahearn!
In his post fight interview, James Ahearn started talking himself up. Luckily his charisma kept the crowd on side and gave him a good reception.
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56%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jan 26, 2017

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Morgan Richardson and AJ Adams. AJ Adams will no doubt be looking to use his reach advantage to good effect.

164 cm
24
178 lbs
0 - 4 - 0
185 cm
25
165 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Heavy handed

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Morgan Richardson!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, AJ Adams!
The judges for this bout are James Ackerman, Chris Edwards and Colin Fotheringham.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Adams moves into range and clinches up with Richardson.

Richardson manages to break the clinch.

Adams gets to the clinch - let's see what his plan is here.
Adams has had enough of the clinch but Richardson keeps him there for the moment.
A frustrated look appears on Adams's face as he tries to break the clinch.
Richardson lands a shoulder strike.
Richardson keeps the fight in the clinch, despite Adams's efforts to push away.
Adams working hard to break the clinch.

Richardson pushes off and circles away, back to the middle of the mat.
Nice body punch from Adams.
Jab, jab by Adams - just one landing.
Adams lands a right hook to the body.
Richardson misses with a body kick.
Adams is loading up here, looking for a big counter of his own.
Adams connects with a crisp jab.
Adams scores to the head and body with a nice combination!

It looks like Morgan Richardson has been cut.
This has been an exciting period of action!
Adams looks to land a combination but Richardson avoids it well.
It looked like Richardson was looking amped, ready to throw a big counter but didn't commit.

Adams moves into the clinch.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Adams wants to break the clinch but can't.
Richardson has Adams pressed against the cage, preventing Adams from circling away and getting back to striking at range.
Richardson lands with a good tight uppercut to the head.
Adams wants to break free but Richardson has control.
Adams working hard to break the clinch.
Richardson tries a shoulder strike but it doesn't do any damage.
Adams is trying to force a seperation but Richardson has the dominant position.
Richardson fails to land with a short punch on the inside.
Adams wants to break free. God knows he wants to breaaaak freeee.
Adams has had enough of the clinch and is looking to separate.
Adams tries to break the clinch but Richardson is controlling the position.
Adams is trying to push Richardson away but Richardson has him pressed against the cage, so he's going nowhere.
Some stalling of biblical proportions here from Richardson.
Adams is trying to break the clinch but Richardson has him pressed against the cage.

Richardson breaks the clinch.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Adams showing good head movement there, avoiding the strikes from Richardson.
Richardson misses with a takedown attempt. He shot from a bit too far out.
Richardson could do with losing a few pounds - he looks very soft around the mid section, to put it politely.
Adams lands a jab. Then a cross. Then finally a nice hook to the body. Good work there by Adams.

Richardson is rocked!
Adams is throwing a storm of strikes! Right hook, left hook and follows it up with a spinning back fist! Richardson hits the canvas like a rag doll! And just like that, this one is over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:33 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). AJ Adams!
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hype
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RATING
43%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jan 21, 2017

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Chi Hubbard and AJ Adams. Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

207 cm
18
177 lbs
0 - 4 - 0
185 cm
25
165 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Hates pizza
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Heavy handed

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the welterweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Chi Hubbard!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, AJ Adams!
The judges for this bout are William Gold, Colin Fotheringham and Steven Brown.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Adams fails to land with the punch combination there - jab, cross, hook, miss, miss, miss.

Hubbard looks for a takedown. He's got it. We're now in half guard.
Adams pushes Hubbard off looking to stand but Hubbard dives back in and keeps control.

Hubbard stands, ready to strike. The ref makes him back up and allows Adams to get to his feet.

Adams closes the distance and pushes Hubbard back into the cage.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Hubbard tries to score a body lock takedown but Adams shows good agility there to stay on his feet.
Adams wants to break free. God knows he wants to breaaaak freeee.
Hubbard jumps guard but Adams stands there with Hubbard around his waist. Hubbard gives up and drops back to his feet. We remain in the clinch.
Adams is trying to work out of this bad position, with his back against the cage.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Adams wants to get back to striking at distance but Hubbard won't allow it.
Adams wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Hubbard has him pressed against the cage.
Adams is trying to force a seperation but Hubbard has the dominant position.
Adams wants to break free. God knows he wants to breaaaak freeee.

Hubbard breaks from the clinch.
Hubbard takes one to the chin there.
Adams scores with a jab to the jaw of his opponent.

Adams clinches up with Hubbard and pushes him back against the cage.
Adams wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Hubbard has him pressed against the cage.
Adams wants to strike at distance but he can't break free of the clinch.
Hubbard is trying to pull guard but Adams has him pressed against the cage.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Chi Hubbard. That's going to take a lot out of him.

Hubbard drags the fight down to the ground.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Adams wants to stand but Hubbard is controlling his posture from full guard.

Hubbard has his foot on Adams's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Adams works his way back into a safe position though.

Adams wants to stand up, so he's looking to wriggle free of Hubbard's closed guard. He's half up but Hubbard has locked on to an arm! Uh oh! Hubbard pivots and extends the arm, Adams falls face first to the mat and taps??... does he?? YES! He's tapping! Excellent counter grappling there by Hubbard! Well done that man!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:45 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Chi Hubbard!
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
36%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jan 18, 2017

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Len Henry and Konsti Hamalainen. The key to victory for Len Henry has got to be keeping the fight on the feet.

159 cm
18
278 lbs
0 - 1 - 0
193 cm
25
265 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
Good wrestler
Brawler
Tends to cut

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Helsinki, Len Henry!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Helsinki, Konsti Hamalainen!
The judges for this bout are Marco Blurström, Ben Zyskovitsi and Arvi Lind.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Henry tries to clinch up but Hamalainen circles away and keeps his distance.
Henry tries to clinch but is not successful on this occasion.

Hamalainen has taken the fight to the clinch.
Hamalainen will no doubt start fighting again in a minute but for now he's just having a little rest, leaning Henry up against the cage.
Henry tries to land a knee to the head but Hamalainen blocks with his arms.

Hamalainen has moved round to his opponent's back and is looking for a suplex! Oh snap! He's tossed Henry clear over his head and slammed him to the mat!

Hamalainen has his opponent's back and is working for the choke.
Hamalainen biding his time, looking for the opening.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!

Hamalainen working for a choke but Henry is defending well.
Henry could do with losing a few pounds - he looks very soft around the mid section, to put it politely.
Hamalainen is controlling his opponent, waiting for an opportunity to finish.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Hamalainen is working for the choke. It looks like he might have got it... has he...? Yes! Henry is tapping out! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:28 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (RNC). Konsti Hamalainen!
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RATING
70%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jan 18, 2017

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Gregg Baird and AJ Adams. Both fighters really staring each other down here, as AJ Adams enters the cage!

218 cm
18
161 lbs
3 - 3 - 0
185 cm
25
165 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Heavy handed

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Gregg Baird!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, AJ Adams!
The judges for this bout are William Gold, Richard Clark and James Glass.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Adams scores with a nice looking left hook and follows it up with an uppercut!

It looks like Gregg Baird has been cut.
Adams ducks low and lands a nice hook to the body of his opponent.
Baird takes a solid shot to the body. That one hurt him but he's trying not to show it.
A big right followed by a crushing left from Adams knocks Baird out cold! Ouch - that one's going to be featured in highlight reels for years to come!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:14 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). AJ Adams!
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hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Event: CEFC Live 13     
Date:   Sep 28, 2016

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Alfredo Vinchensa and Joey Troublefield. Vinchensa's ring entrance music is that housewives' favourite, In Italia. Troublefield is bouncing up and down as he enters the arena, backed by Hell Song - Sum 41. Both these guys have really solid chins. Will we see a standup war or will they both decide that a knockout is unlikely and try to win the fight elsewhere?

185 cm
25
155 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
179 cm
25
166 lbs
5 - 3 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Good chin
BJJ Purple Belt
Basic striking
Granite chin

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Unity Clothing
Sully's Bar & Grill



Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Alfredo Vinchensa!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 5 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Joey Troublefield!
The judges for this bout are William Peck, Trevor Gratis and Steve Smith.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Vinchensa drives through with a really nice takedown into side control.
Vinchensa with the ground and pound but Troublefield regains half guard under the barage of strikes.
Vinchensa looks to score some points with some ground and pound.
Vinchensa working Troublefield over with strikes.
Vinchensa is just content to waste time from the top position. Troublefield takes advantage of the situation and regains full guard.
Vinchensa throws a big elbow that misses.

Troublefield looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
Vinchensa throwing strikes but missing.
Vinchensa makes a bit of distance and scores with some ground and pound, still in guard.
Vinchensa throwing strikes but missing.
Vinchensa working in close now, lands a nice elbow to the side of Troublefield's head.
Vinchensa knows he needs to get back to his feet asap. He's simply no match for Troublefield on the ground.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Vinchensa is working the ground and pound from guard. He might want to try advancing position though to get more of an impact.
Vinchensa throws an elbow that misses. Troublefield uses the momentum to reverse the position. He's now in Vinchensa's guard. Nice move by Troublefield!

Troublefield landing some decent shots from guard.
A big thud reverberates around the arena there as Troublefield accidentally thumps the mat. Hopefully he's not broken his hand.
Vinchensa has a closed guard, preventing anything of note from happening. Perhaps he's looking to stall.
Troublefield wants to control from the top but Vinchensa keeps moving.
Troublefield looks more muscular than last time we saw him. He must have been on the weights.
Troublefield postures up in Vinchensa's guard and throws a big left but Vinchensa blocks it.
Troublefield passes into half guard.
Troublefield missing with the ground and pound from half guard.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Troublefield is trying to control. Vinchensa wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.
The referee walks around the fighters to get a better view of the action. Troublefield lands a nice short elbow.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Troublefield not throwing his punches with enough precision this time.
Troublefield trying to control from half guard but Vinchensa is working away.
Troublefield sitting in half guard, looking to land shots. Vinchensa defending well though.
Troublefield is nestled in close to Vinchensa, controlling him well. He's worked in a nice elbow to the side of the head as well, for good measure.
Troublefield throwing punches and elbows but they're not doing any damage.
Vinchensa trying to control but Troublefield postures up.
Vinchensa is breathing heavily.
Troublefield seems content to maintain position for now, rather than mounting any offense.
The two fighters exchange a few words. I couldn't hear what they were saying but maybe it's more fun if you make it up yourself. Troublefield connects with a nice short shot to Vinchensa's temple.
Vinchensa blocking the ground and pound attempt from Troublefield.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Troublefield throwing shots but Vinchensa is blocking nicely.
Troublefield not throwing his punches with enough precision this time.
Troublefield not landing any meaningful shots this time.
Troublefield thumps the canvas. Not on purpose obviously - he just missed Vinchensa's head.
Troublefield throwing shots but Vinchensa is blocking nicely.
Ground and pound from Troublefield.
Troublefield passes to side control.
Vinchensa defending against the ground and pound.
Troublefield scoring with punches and elbows.
Troublefield lands an elbow.
Troublefield working away diligently from side control. Landing strikes effectively there - that will score him some points on the judges scorecards.
Troublefield working the body and head with strikes.
Troublefield throws a knee to the body but it doesn't do much damage.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Troublefield sitting in side control, looking to soften his opponent up with elbows and hammerfists but Vinchensa is avoiding damage well and looking to escape the position.
Vinchensa dodges the ground and pound from Troublefield.
Troublefield looks up at the clock and then as Vinchensa takes his cue and looks up at the clock too, Troublefield smacks him right in the chops with a big elbow! How rude!
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Vinchensa takes an elbow right on the bridge of the nose and winces in pain.

Vinchensa is rocked!
Troublefield working the ground and pound.
Oh Vinchensa is still in real trouble! Will he be able to recover?!!
Troublefield cracks Vinchensa with a big elbow. Oh, he's hurt! Troublefield immediately mounts and start dropping bombs! Vinchensa is done! The referee jumps in and saves him from any more punishment - a quick and decisive finish by Troublefield!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:39 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Joey Troublefield!
After the big win, Joey Troublefield made sure to do all the important stuff like thanking his sponsors Sully's Bar & Grill and telling the interviewer how much he loves him.
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pop
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RATING
45%

 

Event: CEFC Live 9     
Date:   Aug 31, 2016

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Alfredo Vinchensa and Joey Troublefield. Vinchensa comes to the cage accompanied by In Italia. Troublefield has chosen Hell Song - Sum 41 as his entrance music. Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

185 cm
25
155 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
179 cm
25
166 lbs
3 - 3 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Good chin
BJJ Purple Belt
Counter fighter
Granite chin

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Unity Clothing
Sully's Bar & Grill



Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Alfredo Vinchensa!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Joey Troublefield!
The judges for this bout are Alec Ball, Ian Loll and Trevor Gratis.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Troublefield thuds his shin into the meat of Vinchensa's side.
Vinchensa shoots in but Troublefield avoids the takedown attempt easily.
A countering left hand to the body from Troublefield misses.

Vinchensa closes the distance and after a bit of a stuggle, scores a takedown into Troublefield's guard.
Troublefield looking to control.
Vinchensa throws an elbow that misses. Troublefield uses the momentum to reverse the position. He's now in Vinchensa's guard. Nice move by Troublefield!

Troublefield throws a big right hand that misses.
Troublefield loading up with the ground and pound but he's missing more than he's landing in this flurry.
Vinchensa trying to control the position here.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Troublefield gets to his feet - Vinchensa follows without any prompting.
Vinchensa fails with a takedown attempt.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Vinchensa keeping at a good range here, avoiding a leg kick.
Troublefield throws a two punch combo that lands nicely.

It looks like Alfredo Vinchensa has been cut.
Vinchensa fails with the takedown.
Troublefield with the counter takedown but Vinchensa avoids it easily.
We've been informed that Troublefield has been sparring a lot of Muay Thai in the buildup to this fight so let's see if that has an impact on the result.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Alfredo Vinchensa. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Troublefield jabs at Vinchensa's body.
Vinchensa is breathing heavily.
Vinchensa misses with a takedown attempt

and Troublefield counters with a nice double leg into side control. Vinchensa won't be happy with that.
Sloppy strikes there by Troublefield.
Troublefield throws a knee to the body but it doesn't do much damage.
A bit of a lull in the action. I'm sure it will pick up again soon... even if the ref has to physically pick them up and put them back on their feet.

Troublefield has hold of Vinchensa's arm. He's looking for a kimura. Vinchensa seems comfortable defending it but Troublefield has shifted his position slighty and is cranking on the arm! Vinchensa is real pain and he's forced to tap out! Vinchensa is disgusted with himself for not defending it better but Troublefield couldn't care less - he's delighted!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:05 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Joey Troublefield!
A victorious Joey Troublefield thanked his army of followers in his post fight interview, telling people to make sure they follow him on Twitter.
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pop
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RATING
52%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Aug 15, 2016

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Elvis Glass and Andrew Bacon. Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

220 cm
20
278 lbs
3 - 3 - 0
194 cm
25
265 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Experienced
BJJ White Belt
Excellent MT
Granite chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Elvis Glass!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Andrew Bacon!
The judges for this bout are James Atkins, William Gold and Richard Clark.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Bacon pushes Glass away with a front kick.

The fight moves into the clinch position.

Glass successfully pulls guard.
Bacon wants to stand and escape but instead Glass has hit a sweep and he's now on top in guard.

Glass trying to control the position from guard on top but Bacon is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Glass trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.

Glass gets to his feet. Bacon looking to butt scoot but the ref puts an end to that. On your feet son!
A nice leg kick lands there from Bacon.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Bacon slaps away a takedown attempt from Glass, before circling back to the center of the mat.
Glass keeping a good distance there, avoiding the body shot.
Bacon should think about turning a few of those tyres round his middle into muscle if he wants people to take him seriously as an athlete.
Bacon fakes a couple of low kicks, before throwing one on the third attempt. It connects and Glass has to reset his feet before getting ready to engage.
Glass chopped to the floor by a nice leg kick but he springs right back up before Bacon can pounce on him.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Bacon lands a nice leg kick that just misses Glass's sensitive parts.
Glass tries to check a leg kick but that clearly hurt him.
Glass avoids a punch combination nicely.

Bacon clinches up with Glass and pushes him back against the cage.

Glass has clasped his hands together around Bacon's back... aaand, he's got a takedown into side control. Nicely done.
Bacon wants to escape from the position here - easier said than done!
Glass wants to control but Bacon is keeping him busy.
Glass will need to keep those long limbs tucked in whilst he's on the ground, to prevent any submissions.
Glass working the ground and pound but he's contacting the mat, not the fighter.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Glass connects with a decent looking elbow from side control that caused Bacon some visible discomfort.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Glass grinds an elbow into Bacon's temple.
Bacon really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Glass. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.

Glass stands up and beckons Bacon to his feet.
Bacon pivots as if he's going to throw a leg kick but stops half way.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Bacon throws a leg kick but Glass checks it.
Bacon digs a good body shot into Glass's ribs.
A looping hook to the body misses from Bacon. Glass does a little dance to reset his feet.
Bacon throws a head kick that misses.
Bacon looks winded!
Bacon clobbers Glass with an overhand right that has the crowd gasping. That made a horrendous noise.
Bacon lands with a two punch combination before moving back out of range.
Bacon cracks the inside of Glass's front leg.

Bacon moves into the clinch.
Bacon is trying to work out of this bad position, with his back against the cage.
Glass prevents Bacon from breaking the clinch.

Bacon manages to break the clinch.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Glass misses with a half-hearted attempt at a head kick.
Andrew Bacon seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.

Bacon drives through and clinches with Glass against the cage.
Glass can't get the takedown.

Glass has double underhooks and is working for a body lock takedown. He's got it. The fighters land in half guard but Bacon regains guard immediately.
Glass is stalling in the full guard.
Glass scoring with punches to the head and body.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Glass landing with the ground and pound.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Glass is working Bacon over from the guard. He should look to pass the guard and do a little more damage with these strikes.
Hammerfist, elbow! yells Glass's corner. There ya go! There ya go!
Glass scores with a decent looking elbow strike.

Bacon is working an open guard so Glass takes the opportunity to get back to his feet.
Glass dives in for a single leg takedown but Bacon sprawls and the fighters end up clinched against the cage.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Elvis Glass. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Glass is trying hard to land a takedown here. Bacon sprawls well and keeps this one on the feet.
Glass fakes high and shoots in for a takedown but Bacon avoids it really well and circles away.
A nice side step and Bacon releases a counter shot to the body, but it doesn't find it's home.
Bacon misses with a half-hearted attempt at a head kick.
Glass shoots in for a takedown but Bacon shows good takedown defense.
Bacon lets it all go there with a big combo counter but none of the punches connected.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Andrew Bacon dominated that round.
That's time! Back to the action!


Glass looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Bacon is fending him off so far but Glass persists. Nope, Bacon circles away and we're back to standing.
Bacon has been the more effective fighter overall so far.
Bacon lands a body shot.
A jab from Bacon finds it's way through Glass's defenses.
Bacon scoring well with a low kick there.
Bacon lands a nice looking body shot.
Glass shoots in looking for a takedown. Bacon tries to sprawl out of it but Glass keeps driving through. The fighters are pinned against the cage. Bacon manages to get underhooks and after a bit of a struggle, circles away and we're back to standing.
An inside leg kick lands from Bacon.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Bacon instigates a clinch.

Bacon breaks from the clinch.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Bacon throws a quick inside leg kick.
Bacon lands a high kick!

It looks like Elvis Glass has been cut.
Bacon is breathing heavily.

Glass shoots in looking for a single leg takedown. Bacon is trying to defend but Glass finishes it well and ends up in half guard. Let's see if he can advance position further.
Bacon is looking to get back to is feet but Glass passes into side control.

Glass decides to take the fight back to the feet.
A low kick from Bacon is predictable there
and Glass counters with a two punch combo.
Bacon swings and misses with a hook to the body.
Glass throws a counter high kick but Bacon was just alert enough to avoid it.
Andrew Bacon seems to be getting the better of the standup.
Bacon thows a leg kick but Glass checks it
and Glass counters with a series of strikes. Bacon will be more careful next time no doubt.
Glass is hobbling a little on that front leg after taking quite a few leg kicks so far in this fight.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!
Glass fails with a rather predictable takedown attempt.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Elvis Glass. That's going to take a lot out of him.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Glass fails miserably with a takedown attempt.
Bacon throws a fast counter high kick but Glass manages to duck under it in time.

Bacon fakes with an overhand right and moves in to clinch with Glass, pushing him back against the cage.
Glass has Bacon pressed against the cage, preventing Bacon from circling away and getting back to striking at range.

Glass breaks the clinch and we return to the middle of the mat.
Bacon tries a head kick but it misses.
Glass attempts a counter takedown but Bacon avoids it well and moves away.
Glass darts in looking for a takedown but Bacon gets double underhooks and turns Glass into the cage.
Andrew Bacon is looking to keep the fight on the feet at all costs.
A slapping leg kick lands for Bacon.

Bacon gets in close and instigates a clinch.
Glass struggles to land a body shot inside as Bacon controls his hands.
Bacon wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Glass has him pressed against the cage.
Glass throws a vicious knee straight up the middle but Bacon blocks it with crossed arms.

Bacon is fighting off a takedown attempt but Glass is just too persistent for him and manages to trip Bacon to the mat. Bacon regains guard as soon as the fighters hit the mat.
Bacon wants to get back to his feet but he's too absorbed in his own little project and Glass manages to pass to side control.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Bacon is trying to defend against the ground and pound but Glass scores with a couple of nice shots.
Glass is controlling the pace.

Glass is working for a submission here. He's got hold of the far side arm and he's looking for a kimura. He's cranking on the arm and he's got it! Bacon is tapping out! Ouch, that looked like it hurt!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:49 of round 2, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Elvis Glass!
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pop
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FIGHT
RATING
56%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Aug 15, 2016

Coming up we have a bantamweight MMA rules bout between Lionel Weiss and Chakrii Akkarat. Akkarat has chosen Made in Thailand as his entrance music. Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

204 cm
19
140 lbs
0 - 2 - 0
178 cm
25
134 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
BJJ White Belt
Excellent MT
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the bantamweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Lionel Weiss!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Chakrii Akkarat!
The judges for this bout are Steve Smith, William Peck and Trevor Gratis.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Akkarat connects with a body shot that sends Weiss's belly button to the back.
Akkarat goes for a spinning back kick but it misses.
Akkarat looking to throw a kick but he's pulled out of it.
Weiss changes levels and looks for a double leg takedown. Akkarat tries to avoid it but Weiss manages to keep hold of a leg and drag Akkarat to the ground. Akkarat escapes though and pops straight back up to his feet.

Akkarat shoots in for a takedown from distance. He catches Weiss napping and manages to drive through into side control!
Akkarat wants to stand but Weiss has his arm trapped.
Weiss gets one leg under and gets the fight to half guard.
Weiss gets back to full guard.
Weiss is working an open guard here, looking to improve his position. No doubt that will leave him open to counters but at least he's being more offensive.
Weiss is working hard here to advance position.
Akkarat is intent on slowing down the pace of the fight, simply looking to control.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Akkarat wants to pass the guard but Weiss is keeping the position.
Akkarat must be cautious of submissions here, given that his opponent has the superior Jiu Jitsu.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Akkarat is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.
Akkarat really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Weiss. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.

Weiss is throwing his legs up, looking for submissions. Akkarat is aware though and is defending well.
Akkarat is looking to advance position but Weiss has hit a scissor sweep - now he's on top in mount!


That's two minutes gone in the round.

Weiss working for a submission but Akkarat is keeping him at bay.
Weiss will need to keep those long limbs tucked in whilst he's on the ground, to prevent any submissions.

Weiss wants to finish this one by submission but Akkarat is holding onto his waist, trying to prevent any attacks from Weiss.

Weiss is in full mount, looking to secure a guillotine but Akkarat is surviving well by controlling Weiss's body position as best he can.

Weiss stands up from the dominant position. He obviously fancies his chances standing.
Weiss walks straight into a jab right on the nose. That one stung - he's blinking and trying to clear his head.

The fight moves into the clinch position.
Weiss is trying to slow down the pace of the fight but Akkarat is keeping busy.
The two fighters are working to gain dominance in the clinch.

Akkarat jumps guard and drags Weiss to the mat. He's obviously going to be looking for submissions off his back.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Weiss drops back for a leg! It's a sloppy attempt though and Weiss jumps back into guard quickly, to retain the dominant position.
Akkarat has a closed guard, preventing anything of note from happening. Perhaps he's looking to stall.
Weiss preventing the sweep.
Akkarat looks winded!
Akkarat is looking to stand up but Weiss isn't so interested in that idea.
Weiss missing there with some ground and pound from the guard.

Weiss drops back looking for a submission - "I'm sorry sir, but I'm gunna break your leg" says Weiss as he cranks on the unfortunate limb! Akkarat screams and taps out before any major damage is done! Don't mess with Weiss! Nice submission victory there!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:56 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kneebar). Lionel Weiss!
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hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
32%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Aug 15, 2016

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Felix Parks and Alfredo Vinchensa. Vinchensa has chosen In Italia as his entrance music. Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

151 cm
24
162 lbs
2 - 3 - 0
185 cm
25
155 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Cuts easily
Good wrestler
Basic striking
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Felix Parks!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Montreal, Alfredo Vinchensa!
The judges for this bout are Alec Ball, Trevor Gratis and Yves DeLean.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Vinchensa gets a takedown into half guard.
Parks wants to control but Vinchensa is keeping busy.
Parks really is built like a bowling ball. I wonder if he'd roll if you pushed him down a hill...
Parks is pressing down on Vinchensa's left leg trying to get back to full guard. He's managed it.
Vinchensa preventing the sweep.
Vinchensa scores with a decent looking elbow strike.
Parks wants to sweep but no luck.
Vinchensa is a painfully thin specimen of a man. You do wonder whether a good body kick would snap him clean in two.
Vinchensa's corner is telling him to maintain position.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
There's a bit of a scramble here and now Parks is on top in guard.

Parks throwing shots from guard but he's hitting more mat than opponent.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Parks stopping the sweep attempt from Vinchensa.
Vinchensa controlling the position.
Vinchensa lands a beautiful sweep and he's now moved into his opponent's guard.

There's a bit of a scramble here and now Parks is on top in guard.

Parks throwing strikes but missing.
Parks landing some decent shots from guard.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Vinchensa pulls Parks in close to prevent any damage.
Parks working some ground and pound from guard but it's not doing any damage.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Parks postures up to throw the ground and pound strikes but they don't connect.
Vinchensa avoiding any damage from the ground and pound.
Parks missing there with some ground and pound from the guard.
Parks trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.
Parks trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.
Parks throws a big elbow that misses.
Vinchensa manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Parks manages to get himself to full guard.

The fighters are starting to perspire pretty heavily.
Vinchensa lands a couple of digs.
Parks might be looking to lock onto one of his opponent's long limbs for a submission, whilst we're on the ground.
Parks wants to sweep but no luck.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Vinchensa postures up.
Parks is looking to sweep but instead, Vinchensa has passed into half guard.
Parks wants to control but Vinchensa is keeping busy and won't allow it.

Vinchensa seems to be working for a kimura but Parks defends the submission attempt.
Vinchensa takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.
Parks won't allow Vinchensa to pass to mount.
Vinchensa stalling.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Parks is looking to control Vinchensa's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can Parks avoid being mounted?
Parks wants to control but Vinchensa passes into side.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
A control attempt from Parks but he's now mounted!
Parks wants to control but Vinchensa is having none of it.
Vinchensa controlling his opponent.
Parks tries to reverse the position but Vinchensa maintains control.
Vinchensa controlling the pace for now.
Vinchensa is still in mount, landing shots to his trapped opponent. Parks can't stay in a position like this for much longer.
Vinchensa looking to control and managing it successfully.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Parks is desperately trying to get back to half guard.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Alfredo Vinchensa dominated that round.
The fighters get back to their feet, the hooter sounds and we're back to the action!


Parks shoots in for a takedown but Vinchensa shows good takedown defense there and keeps this one on the feet.

Vinchensa drives through with a really nice takedown into side control.
Alfredo Vinchensa has got the better of the ground game so far.
Parks is looking to regain half guard here but Vinchensa keeps moving and retains side control.
Vinchensa has been the more effective fighter overall so far.
Vinchensa lands a knee to the body and a forearm to the face.
Vinchensa trying to control the action but Parks is working from the bottom.
Vinchensa looks up at the clock and then as Parks takes his cue and looks up at the clock too, Vinchensa smacks him right in the chops with a big elbow! How rude!
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Parks is not in a great position here, taking some shots.
Parks wants to control but Vinchensa postures up.
Vinchensa working the ground and pound from side control.
Vinchensa lands some shots froms side control.

Parks is rocked!

That's one minute gone in the round.
A big shot lands for Vinchensa! That's hurt Parks! Will he recover? Vinchensa fires away with more strikes and the referee has to step in to stop the fight!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:19 of round 2, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Alfredo Vinchensa!
A less than humble Alfredo Vinchensa misjudged his post fight interview somewhat and came across a little too arrogant whilst trying to hype up his own abilities.
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
35%

 

 
 
 
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