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Event: UCF 18     
Date:   Nov 14, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Bruce Banner (ranked 3389 p4p, 349 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 4722 p4p, 450 weight class). Man, I cannot wait for this one!

198 cm
26
265 lbs
6 - 7 - 0
200 cm
26
270 lbs
5 - 4 - 0
Good wrestling
Brawler
Very strong
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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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 6 wins, 7 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Bruce Banner!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 5 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are Donald Grub, James Ackerman and William Gold.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Banner throws the overhand right but ducks down into a quick takedown attempt. Calhassan was covering up waiting for the punch and Banner finishes the takedown easily into guard.
Banner lands a couple of elbows.
Banner scoring with some ground and pound.
Banner with a couple of shots to the head there. Not particularly brutal.
Banner postures up and lands some nice ground and pound.
Banner scoring with some ground and pound.
Banner content to strike from guard, landing some decent shots.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Banner working some strikes from top position.
Banner landing some decent shots from guard.
Hammerfist, elbow! yells Banner's corner. There ya go! There ya go!

Calhassan is rocked!
Banner forces his way into half guard.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Banner is controlling the pace.
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.
Calhassan on the receiving end of some nice ground and pound.
Banner slips a nice elbow through Calhassan's hands, connecting with Calhassan's forehead.
Banner scores with a couple of good hammerfists.
Banner scores with a big shot! Calhassan's head bounced off the canvas with a huge thud! More strikes land and the referee has jumped in to save Calhassan! He was hurt real bad - good stoppage!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:36 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Bruce Banner!
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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RATING
64%

 

Event: EFC Bang vs Okunaba     
Date:   Nov 03, 2018

Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Sergio Ball (ranked 3892 p4p, 479 weight class) and Jimmy Henderson (ranked 4041 p4p, 492 weight class). Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

191 cm
25
213 lbs
4 - 0 - 0
190 cm
27
209 lbs
4 - 5 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Very strong
BJJ Purple Belt
Decent boxing
Granite chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Sergio Ball!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 5 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, Jimmy Henderson!
The judges for this bout are Bruno Lombardi, John Roberts and John Kavanagh.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Ball shuffles to his left behind two crisp jabs. Henderson eats them both and turns towards Ball to reposition himself and eats a stinging right hand-left hook combo.

It looks like Jimmy Henderson has been cut.
Ball swings away but doesn't land with a series of punches.
Henderson doesn't fully commit to the body shot counter.
Ball misses with a wild combination.
Ball misses with a lunging right hand
and Henderson counters with a shot to the ribs. That looked like it hurt.
Ball throws a sloppy head kick
and Henderson counters with a lovely shot to the body.
Ball throws a jab, cross combination which is slipped
and Henderson counters with a straight punch to the midsection.
Ball swings wildly with a couple of big hooks
and Henderson makes him pay by landing a nice hook to the body before moving out of range.
Ball fakes with a right hand and throws a good leg kick, right into the thigh. That had to hurt Henderson.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Ball misses with a hook to the body
and Henderson counters with a stiff right hand.
Ball fails to land with the punch combination there - jab, cross, hook, miss, miss, miss.
Ball misses with a lunging right hand
and Henderson connects with a straight left hand counter down the middle.
Ball misses with a two punch combination.
Ball is breathing heavily.
Ball throws a poor cross that misses
and Henderson counters with a two punch combo.
Ball swings wildly with a couple of big hooks
and Henderson counters with a series of strikes. Ball will be more careful next time no doubt.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Ball throws a left and a right that both miss
and Henderson counters with a nice jab to the body that keeps Ball thinking.
Ball throws a combination that misses
and Henderson counters with a shot to the ribs. That looked like it hurt.
Ball misses with an uppercut
and Henderson counters with a left to the body.
Ball throws a head kick that misses
and Henderson counters with a crisp hook to the side of the head.
Ball misses with a combination
and Henderson counters with a nice body shot.
A leg kick checked by Henderson.
Henderson drops down looking to force a counter takedown but Ball defends it well.
Ball misses with a double jab
letting Henderson counter with a right hand.
Ball misses with a body shot.
A countering left hand to the body from Henderson misses.
Ball misses with a leg kick

and Henderson counters with a shoot takedown into half guard.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!

Henderson 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! Ball is tapping out! Ouch, that looked like it hurt!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:57 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Jimmy Henderson!
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
80%

 

Event: EFC Obama vs Ruenroeng     
Date:   Oct 27, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Achmed Khan (ranked 2426 p4p, 290 weight class) and Killa Myke (ranked 4667 p4p, 458 weight class). Achmed Khan could well score a knockout today. He has the power to get to Killa Myke's chin.

177 cm
26
160 lbs
4 - 0 - 0
180 cm
25
166 lbs
2 - 3 - 0
Good wrestling
Brawler
Cuts easily
Good wrestler
Basic striking
Can Moonwalk

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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 4 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Achmed Khan!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Killa Myke!
The judges for this bout are Bruno Lombardi, Reed Andrews and Steve Montenegro.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Myke shoots in for a takedown! He's got it and he's managed to land in side control! That's better than Myke was expecting from the takedown attempt, I'm sure!

Myke working hard here to secure a kimura but he's not really in the right position for it.
Khan prevents Myke from moving into mount.
Khan tries to buck Myke off but Myke is having none of it.

Myke decides to take the fight back to the feet.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
A big right from Khan misses.
Myke looked like he wanted to counter with a punch but didn't throw it.
Myke looks for a takedown but Khan sprawls well.
Khan throws a shot from downtown. Myke moves away and avoids it.
Khan throws out a token jab with nothing on it.
Myke tries a quick counter leg kick but Khan is wise to it.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Myke looking for a takedown here - he's got it.
Myke stops Khan from standing up.
Myke trying to control the position from guard on top but Khan is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Khan controlling the position.
Myke throws an elbow that misses. Khan uses the momentum to reverse the position. He's now in Myke's guard. Nice move by Khan!

Khan in full guard, throwing the ground and pound. No damage this time.
Khan throwing strikes from guard but Myke blocks nicely.
Khan trying to control the position from guard on top but Myke is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Khan is sitting in guard, working some ground and pound.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Khan postures up and lands some nice ground and pound.
Myke tries to land a sweep but no joy.
Khan in full guard, throwing the ground and pound. No damage this time.

Myke looking for submissions from the bottom but instead Khan passes into half guard.
Myke wants to control but Khan is keeping busy.
Khan missing with the ground and pound from half guard.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Myke can do anything to dispel that myth.
Myke is working for an escape here. He's hooked one of Khan's legs and he's managed to sneak out and take Khan's back!

Myke is looking for the choke from the back position but Khan is controlling his hands well.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.

Myke working for the choke.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Myke is working really hard to secure the rear naked choke. Khan defends successfully for a significant amount of time. Both fighters are looking very determined.

Myke is working hard for the rear naked choke here.
Myke keeps control of the position as Khan tries to break free.

Khan defends a rear naked choke attempt by controlling one of Myke's arms.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
The crowd are getting on the fighters' backs, as the pace has dropped off in the last minute or so.

Myke has got his arm under Khan's chin working for the choke… has he got it? It looks pretty tight! Oh! Khan has spun round into Myke's guard beautifully! Well done that man!
Khan cracks Myke with a solid left hand.
Myke not looking particularly offensive just at the moment.
Khan postures up and lands a big shot to Myke's brow.
Myke has momentary wrist control but Khan slips an elbow through the middle.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Hammerfist, elbow! yells Khan's corner. There ya go! There ya go!

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

Myke is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Khan defends well.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

That was a close round but I would say that Achmed Khan will probably get the nod.
That's time! Back to the action!


Khan waving his hands out in front of him, looking to distract Myke.
Myke gets his head snapped back by a nice shot there.
Myke shoots in looking for a takedown. Khan tries to sprawl out of it but Myke keeps driving through. The fighters are pinned against the cage. Khan manages to get underhooks and after a bit of a struggle, circles away and we're back to standing.
Khan swung with a counter right hand that didn't connect.
Myke dives in and grabs Khan's left leg, looking for a takedown. Khan pushes down on Myke's head and hops out.

Khan rushes Myke and presses him up against the cage.
Myke tries to pull guard but Khan won't allow it.
Achmed Khan has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Killa Myke.
A short right from Khan on the inside.
Khan fails to land with a short punch on the inside.
Khan scores with a nice hook to the head.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Khan stops a takedown attempt from Myke.
Myke's head jolts backwards as he takes an uppercut right on the button!
Khan lands a right hand.
Myke tries to take the fight to the ground by pulling guard but can't manage it.
An uppercut on the inside fails to land for Khan.
Myke is looking for a takedown up against the cage. Khan gets underhooks though and prevents the takedown attempt.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Myke jumps guard but Khan turns him against the cage and keeps the fight standing.
Myke drops down looking for an ankle pick but Khan pulls his leg out and moves away.

Myke shoots in for a takedown and gets it. Let's see what he's got on the mat.
Myke is breathing heavily.
Myke trying to control the position from guard on top but Khan is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.

Myke drops back for a leg but he's not going to get it - he lets go and Khan dives on top into guard.

Khan is sitting in guard, working some ground and pound.
Khan working in close now, lands a nice elbow to the side of Myke's head.
Achmed Khan overall seems to be getting the better of the ground position in the fight so far.
Khan postures up and lands some nice ground and pound.
Khan scoring with some ground and pound.

Khan got a little sloppy there for a moment and Myke has worked his way into a loose triangle - can he finish it?! No, Khan has managed to get both his arms back between Myke's legs - danger averted.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Khan is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.
Myke really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Khan. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Myke keeping moving, preventing Khan from controlling successfully.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Khan looking to pass the guard.
Khan has been looking to land a fair amount of strikes on the ground. He might be looking to soften his opponent up in order to work for a submission.

Myke throws his legs up looking for a submission but Khan uses it to pass to side control.
You can see the frustration on Myke's face as Khan controls the position.
Khan creates a bit of distance and throws down some hard shots.
You can see the frustration on Myke's face, being in this tough position on the bottom.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.
Myke is trying to get back to half guard.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Khan working the head with strikes.
Myke takes a couple of big shots there - the referee warns him that he has to defend himself better.
Khan works a knee to the body and follows up with a nice elbow to the head.
Myke manages to get back to half guard.
Khan lands with an elbow from half guard - that looked like it hurt.
Myke taking some punishment here, with Khan in his half guard.
Myke has hold of Khan's hands but Khan slips his arm to the side and lands an elbow.
Khan lands with a punch from half guard.
Khan is looking to pass the guard... He's managed it - he's now in full mount!
Myke is in a horrible position here. Khan smacks him with another shot as he tries to escape the position.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Myke tries to lock up and control but Khan gives him a forearm to the face and pushes him away.
Khan with the ground and pound from mount.
Khan scoring with some good ground and pound from mount here. Will he manage to finish Myke?
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Khan fakes a shot to the body and cracks his opponent in the head. Nice ground and pound there!
Khan scoring with some good ground and pound from mount here. Will he manage to finish Myke?

Myke is rocked!
Khan is landing with some decent strikes but Myke is trying to advance his position so the referee is letting the fight continue.
Myke is still in real trouble! Can Khan finish him?
Khan unloading with bombs!
Myke is trying to escape the mount.
Khan lands with some strikes.
Khan loads up on a couple of big shots to the head that have Myke scrambling to escape. He can't get free though and several more unanswered shots from Khan land to the head. The referee has no choice but to stop the fight. Khan stands and salutes the crowd.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:56 of round 2, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Achmed Khan!
After winning the bout, Achmed Khan thanked all his fans and promised he'd do even better in his next fight. The crowd seemed to love his humility.
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
49%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 27, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Mike Ambrose (ranked 4667 p4p, 0 weight class) and Andrew Martinez (ranked 5581 p4p, 0 weight class). Mike Ambrose has the edge in experience - let's see if he can make that count tonight.

175 cm
25
167 lbs
4 - 3 - 0
181 cm
25
164 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
Experienced
Good takedowns
Excellent MT
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 4 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Mike Ambrose!
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 Los Angeles, Andrew Martinez!
The judges for this bout are Jack Bonds, Percy O'Donnell and Frank Antenori.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Martinez instigates a clinch.
Ambrose drops down looking for an ankle pick but Martinez pulls his leg out and moves away.
Martinez tries to score a power double leg takedown but Ambrose sees that one coming and sprawls well. That will dishearten Martinez somewhat.

Martinez scores a trip takedown into side control. Nice.
Ambrose sneaks back into half guard.
Ambrose trying to control here.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
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.
Ambrose flails away from the bottom but he's not doing any damage.
Ambrose trying to control here.
Ambrose manages to get to full guard.
Ambrose bucks up whilst keeping hold of a body lock, managing to reverse the position. Now he's in top in Martinez's guard.

Martinez wants to get back to his feet but Ambrose passes into half guard.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Martinez looks like he's trying to stand up.
Ambrose throwing shots but Martinez is blocking nicely.
Ambrose is taking a breather. Martinez says something to him but it's hard to make out. Perhaps he's telling him to get on with it and actually do something.
Ambrose is trying to control. Martinez wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.
Martinez is looking to escape.
Ambrose controlling the action here.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Ambrose is working for a kimura but Martinez is defending it quite comfortably.

Martinez manages to create a bit of space in order to work his way back to his feet. Ambrose keeps hold of his opponent and drives him back against the cage.
Martinez is working on a leg, looking for a takedown but Ambrose is defending well.
Martinez taking a breather.
Ambrose wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Martinez has him pressed against the cage.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Nice elbow from Martinez.

It looks like Mike Ambrose has been cut.
Martinez prevents a takedown attempt there.
Knees in the clinch landing for Martinez.
A frustrated look appears on Ambrose's face as he tries to break the clinch.

Martinez has picked Ambrose up - he's going for a ride! Martinez dumps his opponent to the mat with a thud and settles into half guard.

Ambrose kicks off Martinez and gets to his feet.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Martinez throws a looping left and ducks down for a takedown. He's got his arms around Ambrose's waist but Ambrose gets an underhook and avoids the takedown by throwing Martinez off to one side.
Mike Ambrose has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Andrew Martinez.
Ambrose shoots in for a takedown - he's clinched up with Martinez but Martinez pushes him off and we're back to square one.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.

Martinez has closed the distance and engaged Ambrose in a clinch.
Martinez goes for a takedown attempt but Ambrose pushes him away and we're back to fighting at a distance.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

A close round but Andrew Martinez will probably get the nod.
The cut man is working on Mike Ambrose's cut.
The fighters' corners scream their final instructions, as the referee calls time. Here we go, back to the action!



Martinez gets the takedown into side control.

Ambrose throws Martinez to one side and escapes!
Martinez misses with a takedown attempt. He shot from a bit too far out.

Ambrose bobs and weaves into range and then changes levels and scores with a nice takedown into side control.

Martinez bucks up and manages to escape back to his feet!
Fantastic stuff here - a very entertaining period of action, which has drawn cheers from the crowd.
Martinez throws a looping left and ducks down for a takedown. He's got his arms around Ambrose's waist but Ambrose gets an underhook and avoids the takedown by throwing Martinez off to one side.
Mike Ambrose is looking to throw some combinations by the looks of things.
Ambrose misses with a takedown attempt. He shot from a bit too far out.
Ambrose misses with a takedown attempt. He shot from a bit too far out.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Martinez closes the distance and clinches.

Martinez gets double underhooks and manages to take the fight to the ground.

Ambrose has scooted to the edge of the canvas and used the cage to get back to his feet. Martinez has stuck on his opponent and is forcing him back against the cage.
Martinez wants a takedown but no success here.
Mike Ambrose has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Andrew Martinez.

Martinez has Ambrose pressed up against the cage. He's trying to work for a single leg takedown. Martinez pulls back from the cage and twists to the side, sending Ambrose tumbling to the mat - Martinez dives into Ambrose's guard.
Ambrose has control of Martinez's left arm, preventing Martinez from doing any damage.
Martinez is sitting in guard, working some ground and pound.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Ambrose is pulling down on Martinez's head. It's preventing any offense from Martinez, at least for the moment.
Martinez really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Ambrose. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Martinez trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.
Ambrose lands a beautiful sweep and he's now moved into his opponent's guard.

Ambrose won't allow Martinez to get back to his feet.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.

Martinez has butterfly guard. He's looking to stand up here. He pushes Ambrose off him and springs to his feet nicely. The crowd applauds.

Martinez shoots in from a long way out. He's driving through with the takedown attempt and he eventually gets it, landing in Ambrose's guard.

Ambrose uses the cage to get back to his feet.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Ambrose dives in and scores a takedown into Martinez's guard.
Martinez wants to get back to his feet but Ambrose passes into half guard.

Ambrose trying to control from half guard but Martinez is working away.
Martinez is looking to get back to is feet but Ambrose passes into side control.
Ambrose is pausing for a moment. What's he doing? It looks like he's clearing his nose. Oh dude! He's shot a load of snot all down Martinez's shoulder. That is not cool.
Martinez tries to get back to his feet but has found himself mounted instead. Damn, that's gotta suck.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Martinez really wants to buck Ambrose off and get back to his feet.

Ambrose stands up from the dominant position. He obviously fancies his chances standing.

Martinez tries to keep at a distance but Ambrose has taken the fight into the clinch.
Martinez has Ambrose pressed against the cage.
Ambrose tries to take the fight to the ground by pulling guard but can't manage it.
Ambrose is trying to break the clinch but Martinez has him pressed against the cage.
Ambrose tries to circle away but Martinez has him pinned against the cage.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

That was a close second round but I would say that Mike Ambrose will probably get the nod.
The cut man is working on Mike Ambrose's cut.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business. This is the final round!


Martinez shoots in and drives through. Ambrose sprawls well.
A really sloppy takedown attempt there from Martinez.
Martinez steps to his left, right into the path of a big body kick from Ambrose. That one must have hurt.
Martinez has his takedown stuffed
and Ambrose counters with a nice body shot.
Mike Ambrose has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Andrew Martinez.
Martinez avoids the head kick by Ambrose.
Ambrose shoots in for a takedown but Martinez shows good takedown defense.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Martinez looking for a takedown here - he's got it.

Ambrose has butterfly guard. He's looking to stand up here. He pushes Martinez off him and springs to his feet nicely. The crowd applauds.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Martinez shoots for a takedown but Ambrose saw that one coming a mile off and avoided it easily.

Martinez closes the distance and clinches.
Martinez will no doubt start fighting again in a minute but for now he's just having a little rest, leaning Ambrose up against the cage.

Martinez works for the underhooks and manages to get a trip takedown into guard.

Ambrose uses the cage to get back to his feet.
Ambrose scores with a big left there. The judges will like that one.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!

Martinez closes the distance and pushes Ambrose back into the cage.

Martinez gets a trip takedown into half guard.

Ambrose manages to create a bit of space in order to work his way back to his feet. Martinez keeps hold of his opponent and drives him back against the cage.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
A battle for position here, against the cage.
Ambrose is looking to take this one to the mat.
Martinez wants a takedown but no success here.

Ambrose breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.

Ambrose clinches up with Martinez and pushes him back against the cage.
Ambrose fails to pull guard.

Martinez gets double underhooks and manages to take the fight to the ground.

Ambrose is edging up against the cage. He's using the cage to get back to his feet. Nice work there - the fighters are clinched.

Ambrose breaks the clinch.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Martinez shoots in for a takedown. "Ole!" shouts Ambrose as he jumps to the side.
Ambrose shoots in looking for a double leg takedown. Martinez defends it nicely.
Martinez steps in looking to clinch after the strikes miss from Ambrose.
Ambrose is really dominating this fight. Is there anything that Martinez can do to turn this around?

Martinez shoots in for a takedown! He's got it and he's managed to land in side control! That's better than Martinez was expecting from the takedown attempt, I'm sure!

Ambrose throws Martinez to one side and escapes!

Ambrose tries to sprawl but Martinez drives through with a takedown into half guard.

Ambrose has managed to escape just enough to sneak back to his feet but Martinez is on him like a limpet, forcing Ambrose back against the cage.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!

Martinez has Ambrose pressed up against the cage. He's trying to work for a single leg takedown. Martinez pulls back from the cage and twists to the side, sending Ambrose tumbling to the mat - Martinez dives into Ambrose's guard.

Ambrose is scooting his butt against the cage and has managed to get back to his feet. Martinez presses him back against the cage, presumably looking to take the fight back to the mat.
Martinez takes a big intake of breath there - he's definitely tired.
Martinez misses with some punches.
Ambrose takes an elbow to the forehead.
Ambrose wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Martinez has him pressed against the cage.
The crowd applaud the fighters' efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Martinez prevents a takedown attempt there.

Ambrose breaks the clinch and we return to the middle of the mat.

And that's the end of the fight!
Mike Ambrose showed his dominance in that final round.
I think Ambrose has won this one but let's see what the judges have to say. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Jack Bonds scores the fight 29:28
Judge Percy O'Donnell scores the fight 30:27
Judge Frank Antenori scores the fight 29:28

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... Mike Ambrose!
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hype
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pop
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mgr
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FIGHT
RATING
61%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 25, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Demi Calhassan (ranked 3400 p4p, 324 weight class) and Big Bobby (ranked 20890 p4p, 224 weight class). Fingers crossed for an exciting fight - I'm sure both fighters are looking for a nice under the table bonus!

200 cm
25
270 lbs
5 - 3 - 0
205 cm
26
280 lbs
12 - 5 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Very strong
Decent wrestler
World class boxer
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 5 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 12 wins, 5 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Big Bobby!
The judges for this bout are George Francis, Gwen Towbar and Robert Twigg.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Bobby gets to the clinch - let's see what his plan is here.
Bobby is working Calhassan over against the cage.
Bobby lands on the inside with an uppercut.
Bobby lands a hook that snaps the head of Calhassan backwards.
Bobby works for underhooks and lands a body shot in the process.
With the fighters clinched against the cage, Bobby creates a bit of distance for himself and scores with a nice uppercut.
Bobby lands with a short punch from the clinch.
A short right from Bobby on the inside.
Bobby makes some space for himself and lands an uppercut.
Bobby works for underhooks and lands a body shot in the process.
Calhassan is breathing heavily.

Bobby escapes the clinch and we're back to striking.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!

Bobby closes the distance and clinches.
Bobby lands a hook that snaps the head of Calhassan backwards.
Bobby gets through Calhassan's defenses to land a nice punch to the side of the head.
Bobby working some nice short punches in the clinch.
Bobby lands a body punch - he's looking to wear down Calhassan.
Bobby lands a hook to the side of the head.
Bobby lands a right uppercut that snaps the head of Calhassan backwards.
A nice right hand lands inside from Bobby.

Calhassan is rocked!

That's one minute gone in the round.
Bobby dips a shoulder and cracks Calhassan with a mighty uppercut! Calhassan falls back against the cage and Bobby unloads with a barrage of strikes! Calhassan is completely out with his eyes open, only supported by the cage! Save him ref! Eventually the ref decides to do his job and jumps in - Bobby screams abuse at the incompetent official before going over to celebrate with his corner. Brutal stuff!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:09 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Big Bobby!
Big Bobby decided to thank the fans in attendance for making a great atmosphere. It seemed to go down pretty well.
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A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
88%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 24, 2018

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Cross A Zoo (ranked 5300 p4p, 0 weight class) and Mike Ambrose (ranked 7986 p4p, 0 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

183 cm
18
179 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
175 cm
25
167 lbs
3 - 3 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Great elbows
Big heart
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
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 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Cross A Zoo!
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 Los Angeles, Mike Ambrose!
The judges for this bout are Don Winkell, Frank Antenori and Jack Bonds.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Ambrose decides to change it up a bit and drives through with a nice takedown into half guard.
Ambrose working A Zoo over with strikes.
A Zoo trying to control from the bottom.
Ambrose sitting and controlling from the half guard.
A Zoo is looking to control Ambrose's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can A Zoo avoid being mounted?
A Zoo wants to get back to full guard.
Ambrose looks over to his corner - he wants some instructions but his corner are not responding.
Ambrose prevents A Zoo from improving his position.
Still in half guard, Ambrose seems content to control.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
A Zoo wants to control the action here but instead Ambrose manages to pass to full mount!

Ambrose swings around for an armbar and he's got it! Wow, that came out of nowhere! What a finish!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:56 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Mike Ambrose!
S C
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hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
74%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 21, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Demi Calhassan (ranked 3717 p4p, 0 weight class) and Alistair Reem (ranked 8063 p4p, 0 weight class). Both these guys have solid standup skills and neither is particularly fantastic on the ground, so let's hope for a nice standup war!

200 cm
25
270 lbs
4 - 3 - 0
192 cm
25
265 lbs
0 - 2 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Very strong
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Heavy handed

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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 4 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Alistair Reem!
The judges for this bout are Chris Downing, Gwen Towbar and Frank Dennis.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Nice defenses there by Calhassan.
Calhassan fails in his attempt to clinch.
Calhassan throws a combination that misses
and Reem counters with a crisp hook to the side of the head.
A clash of legs there as Calhassan blocks the low kick.
Reem avoids a punch combination nicely.
Reem throws a shot to the body.
Calhassan wants to clinch.
Reem 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.
Calhassan tries to close the distance and clinch up against the cage but Reem paws at him with a jab and circles away.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
A swing and a miss from Reem.
A big right from Reem misses.
Calhassan uses decent footwork to sidestep a right hand from Reem.
Calhassan uses good footwork to avoid the strikes from Reem.
Reem showing good head movement there, avoiding the strikes from Calhassan.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Calhassan uses good footwork to avoid the strikes from Reem.
As Reem looks to move away, Calhassan throws a big counter combo but Reem just gets out of the way.
Calhassan swings and misses with a shot to the body
and Reem connects with a straight left hand counter down the middle.
Calhassan throws a combination but comes up with nothing but fresh air.
A big right from Reem misses.
Reem throws an uppercut from half a mile away. Calhassan sees it coming and avoids it easily.
Reem avoids the clinch attempt nicely.
And an attempted straight right on the counter from Reem! But no joy.
Reem might want to mix his strikes up a bit more. He's just going for head shots at the moment and that can become a bit predictable.

Calhassan lands a big right hand that sends Reem crashing to the mat! Calhassan stays standing though and waves Reem back to his feet!

Reem is rocked!

It looks like Alistair Reem has been cut.
This has been an exciting period of action!
The fight stays on the outside here - Calhassan looks like he's thinking about clinching though.
Calhassan misses with a straight right.
Reem appears to be waiting to throw a counter punch to the body.
Reem has been spending a lot of time sparring his boxing in the run up to the fight, trying to sharpen up those hands and look for a knockout.
Calhassan throws a jab when Reem was well out of range.
Reem throws out a loose jab but Calhassan uses good head movement to avoid it.

Calhassan rushes Reem and pushes him back against the cage in a clinch.
Reem wants to break the clinch but can't.
Calhassan prevents Reem from breaking the clinch.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Calhassan trying to control the position but instead, Reem has worked for underhooks and has pushed Calhassan into the cage.
Reem working hard to break the clinch.

Calhassan's corner calls for him to break the clinch, which he does.
Calhassan fails with an attempt to clinch.
And an attempted straight right on the counter from Reem! But no joy.
Reem lands with a shot to the body.
Reem is really struggling to land any decent head shots against his taller opponent.
Calhassan falls off balance throwing a combination
and Reem counters with a nice uppercut.
A punch combination from Calhassan misses.
A little jabbing left from Reem on the counter but it doesn't find it's target.
Calhassan fails with an attempt to clinch.
Calhassan checks a low kick. Bone on bone - not my idea of a good time.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Calhassan drops his hands and takes a jab to the jaw for his troubles.
Reem jabbing away but nothing is landing.
Reem tries to land with a swinging hook to the body but Calhassan was well out of range. Poor timing from Reem.
Calhassan tries a switch kick but it misses it's target.
Calhassan lands a head kick. Reem smiles back at him and beckons him forward.
Reem throws a combination but comes up with nothing but fresh air.
Calhassan Throws a clean left jab. Calhassan Twirls his body and connects with a Spinning Back Fist that connects flush with Reem's chin! Reem crumbles to the ground and Calhassan follows up with some unanswered strikes. It's all over!! Nice standup skills displayed by Calhassan!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:31 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). Demi Calhassan!
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G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
48%

 

Event: EFC Bang vs DeSilva     
Date:   Oct 20, 2018

Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Sergio Ball (ranked 4148 p4p, 497 weight class) and Kasper Iskold (ranked 7209 p4p, 609 weight class). Iskold has chosen Skepta - No Security as his entrance music, which hasn't gone down very well with the crowd. Both fighter's entrance songs getting the crowd jumping here.

191 cm
25
213 lbs
3 - 0 - 0
194 cm
21
220 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Very strong
BJJ Blue Belt
Brawler
Very confident

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight 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 London, Sergio Ball!
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, Kasper Iskold!
The judges for this bout are Chad Campbell, Dean Styles and Anthony Taglia.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Iskold has taken the fight to the clinch.
Iskold wants to take the fight to the mat but Ball manages to get underhooks and keep the fight in the clinch.
Ball tries to break the clinch but Iskold is controlling the position.
Ball has had enough of the clinch and is looking to separate.
Iskold prevents Ball from breaking the clinch.
Iskold changes levels and goes for a takedown here. Ball fights it off and pushes away nicely.
Ball throws a head kick that misses.
Iskold looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Ball is fending him off so far but Iskold persists. Nope, Ball circles away and we're back to standing.
Sergio Ball has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Kasper Iskold.
Ball lands a nice shot to the body.
Ball connects with a hook to the side of his opponent's head.
Ball cracks Iskold with a good jab.
Ball throws a sloppy head kick and Iskold moves out of range easily.
Ball feints a kick and comes over the top with a right hand, followed by a left hook - both land, sending Iskold crashing to the mat! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:40 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). Sergio Ball!
Kasper Iskold was interviewed post fight and said 'Im ready for the title! 1-1 baby!'.
S C
A
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B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
96%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 18, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Sergey Orehovskiy (ranked 5484 p4p, 0 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 4141 p4p, 0 weight class). Orehovskiy comes to the cage accompanied by Prince of the ring. Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

185 cm
21
275 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
200 cm
25
270 lbs
3 - 3 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Brawler
Intelligent
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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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, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Sergey Orehovskiy!
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 Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are Stewart Dunkirk, Alan Glass and Cecil Peabody.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Calhassan instigates a clinch.
Orehovskiy has hold of a leg and is looking for a trip takedown. Calhassan avoids it nicely though and we remain in the clinch.
Orehovskiy is looking to take this one to the mat.
Both guys are working to get underhooks.
Orehovskiy is looking to take this one to the mat.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Sergey Orehovskiy. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Orehovskiy has a body lock and is looking for a takedown. Calhassan is bouncing around trying to prevent the takedown and somehow he has indeed managed to stay on his feet.
Orehovskiy is working for a takedown up against the cage. He can't get it on this occasion though.

Calhassan breaks the clinch and we return to the middle of the mat.
Calhassan has his head slapped from side to side by a 3 punch combination. That must have hurt him.
Calhassan swinging wildly here.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Calhassan forces Orehovskiy back against the cage and clinches.
Orehovskiy is trying to pull guard but being pressed up against the cage enables Calhassan to keep the fight standing.

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

Orehovskiy fakes an overhand right and shoots for a takedown. Calhassan sprawls well initially but Orehovskiy persists and gets the takedown into half guard.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Calhassan is looking to sinch up a guillotine here but Orehovskiy pulls his head out easily.

Calhassan has managed to escape just enough to sneak back to his feet but Orehovskiy is on him like a limpet, forcing Calhassan back against the cage.
Orehovskiy misses the knee to the body. Nice hip positioning from Calhassan.
Orehovskiy jumps guard but his hands slip and he falls flat on his back. Well, he's made himself look a right mug there, as Calhassan walks away with a smile on his face. Orehovskiy gets slowly back to his feet and shakes his head.

Orehovskiy closes the distance and clinches up, looking for a takedown. He shifts his weight and gets a nice trip into half guard.
Orehovskiy is breathing heavily.
Calhassan is trying to stand.

Orehovskiy decides to return to a standing position.
Calhassan lands a body shot.

Calhassan lands a left and a right that send Orehovskiy crashing to the mat, dazed. Calhassan thinks about following him to the mat but decides to wave him back up to his feet!

Orehovskiy is rocked!

It looks like Sergey Orehovskiy has been cut.
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!

Calhassan pushes Orehovskiy up against the cage in a clinch.
Orehovskiy avoiding damage as Calhassan throws knees to the body.

Calhassan pushes off and circles away, back to the middle of the mat.
Calhassan feints a kick and comes over the top with a right hand, followed by a left hook - both land, sending Orehovskiy crashing to the mat! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:57 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). Demi Calhassan!
S C
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B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
70%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 18, 2018

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Edwin Diaz (ranked 5033 p4p, 481 weight class) and Mike Ambrose (ranked 6663 p4p, 0 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

185 cm
23
165 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
175 cm
25
167 lbs
3 - 2 - 0
BJJ Purple Belt
Brawler
Hates pizza
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
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 Los Angeles, Edwin Diaz!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Mike Ambrose!
The judges for this bout are Timothy Bukovac, Jack Bonds and Don Winkell.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Ambrose rushes Diaz and presses him up against the cage.
Diaz is working for a takedown up against the cage. He can't get it on this occasion though.
Diaz tries to pull guard but can't drag his opponent to the mat. Ambrose just stands there and leans against the cage.
Ambrose tries to score a body lock takedown but Diaz shows good agility there to stay on his feet.
Diaz has a body lock and is looking for a takedown. Ambrose is bouncing around trying to prevent the takedown and somehow he has indeed managed to stay on his feet.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Edwin Diaz. That's going to take a lot out of him.

Ambrose gets a trip takedown into half guard.
Ambrose trying to control the action but Diaz is working from the bottom.
Ambrose looking to pass the half guard. Not this time.
Diaz is refusing to be controlled, as Ambrose sits in half guard.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Ambrose thows a wild elbow that connects with the canvas.
Diaz is looking to control Ambrose's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can Diaz avoid being mounted?
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.
Diaz tries to get to full guard but Ambrose has control of the leg.
Diaz is looking to control Ambrose's leg but it's slowly edging free. Can Diaz avoid being mounted?

Ambrose is trying a forearm choke… I don't think that's going to do much at this level of the game.
Diaz controlling the position well.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
A few boos can be heard. I'm sure they will multiply if the fighters don't pick up the pace.
Diaz moves into full guard.
Diaz is trying to control the position from the bottom.
Diaz keeping full guard, as Ambrose tries to pass.

The referee has decided to stand the fighters back up, so we'll restart on the feet.

Ambrose looking to score a takedown here. Diaz is defending well but Ambrose drives through and ends up in Diaz's guard.
Ambrose is taking a break and basically stalling. The referee will not allow him to do that for long.
Diaz wants to stand but Ambrose is controlling the position.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Diaz controls Ambrose momentarily but Ambrose frees himself.
Diaz is doing well to control the posture of his opponent and prevent any damage.
Ambrose in full guard, throwing the ground and pound. No damage this time.
Diaz is working from a closed guard but he's struggling to control his opponent.
Ambrose content to stall in guard here.

The referee has decided to stand the fighters back up, so we'll restart on the feet.

That's four 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.

Diaz gets caught on his heels momentarily as he allows Ambrose to score an easy takedown into full guard.
Diaz trying to strike from the bottom but really, it's not the best position to be doing that from!
Diaz keeping moving, preventing Ambrose from controlling successfully.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Ambrose is intent on slowing down the pace of the fight, simply looking to control.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Mike Ambrose dominated that round.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business.



Ambrose moves into the clinch.
Ambrose tries to pull guard but Diaz won't allow it.
Diaz is clearly stalling here... Pick up the pace son.
Diaz tries to work over Ambrose's body with a swooping hook but it only glances the target.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Still in the clinch, Diaz scores with a nice short uppercut.

Ambrose drags the fight down to the ground.
Diaz sitting in guard here, content to control.
Diaz advances to half guard.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Diaz is working for a kimura but Ambrose is defending it quite comfortably.
Mike Ambrose has got the better of the ground game so far.
Diaz slows the pace down in half guard.
Diaz works his foot free and advances to mount.
Ambrose has been the more effective fighter overall so far.
Diaz tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.
Ambrose really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Diaz. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
A lull in the action here being met with boos from the crowd.
Diaz is still in mount, landing shots to his trapped opponent. Ambrose can't stay in a position like this for much longer.

Diaz has control of Ambrose's right arm, working for a kimura. It's a bit of a token attempt though and Ambrose regains control of the situation pretty easily.
Ambrose tries to get back to half guard but can't.
Diaz is landing with some decent strikes but Ambrose is trying to advance his position so the referee is letting the fight continue.
Ambrose can't escape the position.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Ambrose wants to get back to his feet but in bucking up he's left an arm hanging out! Diaz has locked onto it and has pulled off a slick armbar! Ambrose taps furiously! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:07 of round 2, we have a winner by way of Submission (Armbar). Edwin Diaz!
S C
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B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
26%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 14, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Killa Myke (ranked 3748 p4p, 379 weight class) and Rogelio Rojas (ranked 5727 p4p, 0 weight class). Over to our ring announcer for the fighter introductions!

180 cm
25
166 lbs
2 - 2 - 0
176 cm
25
162 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Good in bed
Good takedowns
Brawler
Tends to cut

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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, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Killa Myke!
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, Rogelio Rojas!
The judges for this bout are Mauricio Rocha, Emerson Jorge and Alexandre Firmino.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Myke shoots in looking for a single leg takedown. Rojas is trying to defend but Myke finishes it well and ends up in half guard. Let's see if he can advance position further.

Rojas looking for submissions from an awkward position here.
Myke controlling the pace.

Rojas looking for submissions off his back.

Rojas looking for submissions off his back.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Myke content to control rather than advance.
Myke throwing punches and elbows but they're not doing any damage.
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.

Rojas looking to work for a kimura from the bottom.
Myke knows he needs to get back to his feet asap. He's simply no match for Rojas on the ground.
Rojas is working for an escape here. He's hooked one of Myke's legs and he's managed to sneak out and take Myke's back!

Rojas sinks in the hooks and is looking for the choke. He's got it! Myke taps out!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:46 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (RNC). Rogelio Rojas!
S C
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G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
47%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 13, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Mike Ambrose (ranked 5110 p4p, 0 weight class) and Vladimir Deschencko (ranked 4869 p4p, 464 weight class). Mike Ambrose had a look across the cage there at his opponent. He definitely means business

175 cm
25
167 lbs
3 - 1 - 0
184 cm
26
164 lbs
3 - 4 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
Hates pizza
BJJ White Belt
Good kicks
Knockout power

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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, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Mike Ambrose!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 4 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of St Petersburg, Vladimir Deschencko!
The judges for this bout are Percy O'Donnell, Timothy Bukovac and Frank Antenori.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Deschencko tries to keep at a distance but Ambrose has taken the fight into the clinch.
Deschencko stops a takedown attempt from Ambrose.
Ambrose taking a breather.
A quick uppercut on the inside from Ambrose.
Deschencko wants to break free. God knows he wants to breaaaak freeee.
Ambrose keeps the fight in the clinch, despite Deschencko's efforts to push away.
Deschencko tries to break the clinch but Ambrose is controlling the position.
Ambrose can't get the takedown.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Deschencko is trying to force a seperation but Ambrose has the dominant position.

Ambrose breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.
Ambrose dodges the punch combination from Deschencko.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Ambrose closes the distance and scores a nice trip takedown into half guard. Deschencko did well to prevent Ambrose getting side control.

Ambrose seems to be working for a kimura but Deschencko defends the submission attempt.
Ambrose lands a big shot. The thud that echoes around the arena is like music to the fans' ears.
Deschencko avoiding damage under a succession of punches from Ambrose.

Ambrose stands up from half guard... He's had enough of that ground malarky for the time being.
Deschencko scores with a one two! Ambrose had his feet all tangled up there and couldn't avoid the strikes.
Ambrose throws a body kick that sends a sickening thudding noise reverberating around the arena.
Ambrose shoots in for a takedown. "Ole!" shouts Deschencko as he jumps to the side.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Mike Ambrose. That's going to take a lot out of him.

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!
Deschencko scores with a one two! Ambrose had his feet all tangled up there and couldn't avoid the strikes.
Ambrose shoots in for a double leg but Deschencko sprawls well. That's going to sap some energy.
Despite the aggression on Deschencko's face he doesn't fully commit to the counter.
Deschencko throws a sloppy head kick and Ambrose moves out of range easily.

Ambrose looking to shoot here. He's gone for it and he's landed a takedown into side control! Oh, that's bad for Deschencko!
Ambrose controls the position from side control.

Ambrose is trying to land an Americana. He has the arm isolated but Deschencko is keeping cool and he's avoided the danger for now.
Ambrose creates a bit of distance and throws down some hard shots.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Ambrose is pausing for a moment. What's he doing? It looks like he's clearing his nose. Oh dude! He's shot a load of snot all down Deschencko's shoulder. That is not cool.
Ambrose lands a decent elbow from side control.
Ambrose moves into full mount!
Ambrose postures up and cracks his opponent a couple of times before moving back into close ground control. Deschencko looks a forlorn figure.
Deschencko is bucking up trying to escape but Ambrose cracks him with another couple of good strikes.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Ambrose controlling the position easily from mount.
Deschencko really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Ambrose. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Deschencko is in a horrible position here. Ambrose smacks him with another shot as he tries to escape the position.
Ambrose is in the full mount, landing strikes.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Mike Ambrose dominated that round.
The fighters' corners scream their final instructions, as the referee calls time. Here we go, back to the action!


Ambrose closes the distance and clinches up with Deschencko, looking for a takedown. Ambrose pushes Deschencko against the cage but Deschencko circles to the side and manages to break the clinch.
Deschencko unleashes a big counter combination but Ambrose bobs and weaves and avoids any damage.
Mike Ambrose is looking to throw some combinations by the looks of things.
Ambrose shoots in looking for a takedown. Deschencko tries to sprawl out of it but Ambrose keeps driving through. The fighters are pinned against the cage. Deschencko manages to get underhooks and after a bit of a struggle, circles away and we're back to standing.
Ambrose tries to drive through with a takedown attempt but Deschencko defends well and Ambrose ends up having to push Deschencko into the cage where they will battle it out in the clinch.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Mike Ambrose. That's going to take a lot out of him.

Ambrose has managed to clinch.
Ambrose controlling the action here for a moment.

Deschencko breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Ambrose fails with the takedown.

Deschencko drops Ambrose with a beautiful combination! Ambrose stares up at his opponent, who ushers him back to his feet - Deschencko is looking for the KO!

It looks like Mike Ambrose has been cut.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Ambrose gets a clinch.
Deschencko wants to push off and get back to the center of the mat but Ambrose has him pressed against the cage.
Deschencko blocks an uppercut.
Ambrose tries to pull guard but Deschencko won't allow it.
Deschencko wants to get back to striking at distance but Ambrose won't allow it.
Ambrose controlling the action here for a moment.
Ambrose taking a break, stalling in the clinch.
Ambrose seems to have come into the fight with the intention of avoiding any damage in the clinch, rather than actually showing any aggression.
Deschencko wants to break the clinch but can't.
Ambrose is trying to pull guard but being pressed up against the cage enables Deschencko to keep the fight standing.
Deschencko wants to get back to striking at distance but Ambrose won't allow it.
Deschencko is trying to break free.

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.

Ambrose breaks from the clinch.
Ambrose misses with a few strikes there.
Ambrose shoots in looking for a takedown. Deschencko tries to sprawl out of it but Ambrose keeps driving through. The fighters are pinned against the cage. Deschencko manages to get underhooks and after a bit of a struggle, circles away and we're back to standing.
Deschencko fakes the leg kick and cracks Ambrose in the body.
Ambrose misses with a takedown attempt - Deschencko sprawls well and throws a nice strike on the way out which just misses.
Deschencko throws a head kick that looked like it stung.
Vladimir Deschencko is looking to keep the fight on the feet at all costs.
Deschencko connects with a jab and follows up with a big overhand right! Oh that's hurt Ambrose! He's out on his feet! Deschencko rushes in and drops Ambrose with another big right hand, forcing the referee to stop the fight!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:55 of round 2, we have a winner by way of TKO (Punches). Vladimir Deschencko!
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G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
43%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 13, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Shite Hiddens (ranked 5362 p4p, 0 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 4819 p4p, 0 weight class). Demi Calhassan 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!

195 cm
18
265 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
200 cm
25
270 lbs
2 - 3 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Good kicks
KO power
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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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, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Shite Hiddens!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are George Francis, Robert Twigg and Gwen Towbar.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Hiddens lands a nice leg kick that just misses Calhassan's sensitive parts.
Demi Calhassan seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.
Hiddens swats away the attempt to clinch by Calhassan.
Calhassan feints a kick and comes over the top with a right hand, followed by a left hook - both land, sending Hiddens crashing to the mat! This one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:11 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punches). Demi Calhassan!
S C
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B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 12, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Killa Myke (ranked 4200 p4p, 0 weight class) and Thiago Souza (ranked 7463 p4p, 0 weight class). Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

180 cm
25
166 lbs
1 - 2 - 0
185 cm
25
163 lbs
0 - 1 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Hates pizza
BJJ White Belt
Good kicks
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 1 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Killa Myke!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Thiago Souza!
The judges for this bout are Alexandre Firmino, Edson Gomes and Seu Braga.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Souza throws a jab to the body, straight down the pipe. Boom. That sent Myke stumbling backwards but he manages to regain his composure quickly.

Souza tries to sprawl but Myke drives through with a takedown into half guard.
The referee calls for the fighters to work.

Myke seems to be looking for submissions.
Myke tries to pass to full mount but Souza defends it.

Myke is sneakily working for an arm triangle but Souza sees it coming and defends easily.
Myke with a momentary lay and pray from half guard.

Myke is sneakily working for an arm triangle but Souza sees it coming and defends easily.

Myke 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! Souza is tapping out! Ouch, that looked like it hurt!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:58 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Killa Myke!
S C
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G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
81%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 09, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Hank Hammerson (ranked 5515 p4p, 0 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 6736 p4p, 0 weight class). Demi Calhassan 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!

191 cm
18
225 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
200 cm
25
270 lbs
1 - 3 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Counter fighter
Granite chin
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

Jenius Garb

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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, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Hank Hammerson!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are Stewart Dunkirk, George Francis and Gwen Towbar.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Calhassan stuffs a takedown. It's all about dictating where the fight takes place and Calhassan wants it to stay on the feet.
Hammerson shoots in for a takedown but Calhassan shows good takedown defense.
Calhassan tries to clinch up against the cage, rushing in to close the distance. Hammerson manages to break the clinch and circles back to the middle of the mat.

Calhassan moves into the clinch successfully.

Hammerson pushes off and circles away, back to the middle of the mat.

The fight moves into the clinch position.
Hammerson taking a break, stalling in the clinch.

Hammerson pulls guard successfully.
Hammerson has a closed guard, preventing anything of note from happening. Perhaps he's looking to stall.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.

Hammerson had isolated an arm as going for a kimura. Calhassan defends it easily.
Hammerson striking off his back but it's not causing Calhassan any problems.
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.
Hammerson manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Calhassan manages to get himself to full guard.

Calhassan looking to control.
Hammerson wants to control from the top but Calhassan keeps moving.
Calhassan wants to get back to his feet but Hammerson is in a dominant position and won't allow it.
Calhassan is working from a closed guard but he's struggling to control his opponent.
Hammerson postures up to throw the ground and pound strikes but they don't connect.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
The crowd are hurling abuse towards the fighters... You can hardly blame them though because there isn't a lot going on in the fight.
Hammerson is looking to work some ground and pound but Calhassan has wrist control.
Hammerson is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.

Calhassan has butterfly guard. He's looking to stand up here. He pushes Hammerson off him and springs to his feet nicely. The crowd applauds.
Hammerson throws a looping left and ducks down for a takedown. He's got his arms around Calhassan's waist but Calhassan gets an underhook and avoids the takedown by throwing Hammerson off to one side.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Hank Hammerson. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Calhassan is looking to clinch.
Calhassan thuds his right hand into Hammerson's forehead from close range. That could be painful for both fighters.

It looks like Hank Hammerson has been cut.
Calhassan tries to clinch up against the cage, rushing in to close the distance. Hammerson manages to break the clinch and circles back to the middle of the mat.
Hammerson is looking for a counter combo.
Calhassan wants to clinch up but Hammerson keeps it at a distance.
Calhassan is throwing a storm of strikes! Right hook, left hook and follows it up with a spinning back fist! Hammerson hits the canvas like a rag doll! And just like that, this one is over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:52 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). Demi Calhassan!
S C
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B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
33%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 09, 2018

Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between I Will Maul You (ranked 5597 p4p, 0 weight class) and Sergio Ball (ranked 4641 p4p, 548 weight class). The crowd giving both fighters a great reception on their way into the arena. That's good to see.

194 cm
25
205 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
191 cm
25
213 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
KO power
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight 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 London, I Will Maul You!
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 London, Sergio Ball!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fotheringham, Paul Tew and James Ackerman.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Ball throws a series of punches but Maul You avoids them all with ease.
Ball defends well against a solid takedown attempt from Maul You.
Ball swings and misses with a hook to the body.
Ball moves out of range of the body kick.
Maul You throws a head kick that misses and slips in the process. He scrambles back to his feet and the fighters circle.
Nice sprawl there from Ball as Maul You shoots in.
Ball slaps away a takedown attempt from Maul You, before circling back to the center of the mat.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for I Will Maul You. That's going to take a lot out of him.
Ball throws a series of punches but Maul You avoids them all with ease.
Maul You fails with a takedown attempt from distance.
Ball misses with a two punch combination.
Maul You on the wrong end of a vicious looking body shot.
Maul You lands with a cross to side of his opponent's head.

Maul You pushes Ball up against the cage in a clinch.
Maul You prevents Ball from breaking the clinch.

Ball breaks the clinch and we return to the middle of the mat.
The fans in attendance giving it up for the two fighters, who have really let it all hang out in the last minute or so!
Ball ducks low and lands a nice hook to the body of his opponent.
Maul You shoots in for a takedown - he's clinched up with Ball but Ball pushes him off and we're back to square one.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Ball drops Maul You with a beautiful combination! Maul You stares up at his opponent, who ushers him back to his feet - Ball is looking for the KO!

It looks like I Will Maul You has been cut.
Ball tries a low kick but Maul You avoids it.
Sergio Ball seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.
Maul You moves out of range as Ball strikes.
Maul You avoids a punch combination nicely.
Sergio Ball is looking to keep the fight on the feet at all costs.
Maul You throws a wild body kick that Ball sees coming a mile off.
Ball throws a big shot that misses.
Sloppy strikes from Ball. Those never looked like landing.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Ball throws a jab, cross combination which is slipped

and Maul You holds on and brings the fighters into a clinch.
Ball wants to strike at distance but he can't break free of the clinch.
Maul You tries to take the fight to the ground by pulling guard but can't manage it.
Maul You has dropped down and is looking to force the takedown but it's defended by Ball after a bit of a struggle.
Maul You wants to break the clinch but can't.
Ball is pressed up against the cage. Maul You has hold of a leg and is looking to drag Ball down to the mat. Ball avoids the attempt though and has circled away. We're back to striking at a distance.

That's two minutes gone in the round.

Ball lands a big head kick that sends Maul You tumbling to the mat! Ball takes a step backwards and waves Maul You back to his feet - he wants the finish!

Maul You is rocked!
Maul You avoids the head kick by Ball.
Maul You looked to counter with a high kick but didn't commit.
Oh Maul You is still all over the place! His legs are completely gone! Will he be able to recover?!!
Maul You tries to close the distance and clinch up against the cage but Ball paws at him with a jab and circles away.
Ball knocks out Maul You with a massive right hand! The ref tackles Ball before he can follow up with any more strikes and that's it everyone. Ball picks up the big W with a huge KO!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:16 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Punch). Sergio Ball!
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
70%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 09, 2018

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Killa Myke (ranked 25086 p4p, 0 weight class) and Thiago Souza (ranked 5601 p4p, 0 weight class). Killa Myke has the better chin. Will he look to stand and bang today?

180 cm
25
166 lbs
0 - 2 - 0
185 cm
25
163 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
Good wrestling
Basic striking
Likes comics
BJJ White Belt
Good kicks
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 0 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Killa Myke!
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, Thiago Souza!
The judges for this bout are Thiago Cunha, Alexandre Firmino and Edson Gomes.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Souza misses with a wild combination.
Myke half committed to a counter leg kick.
Souza fakes a jab and scores with a low kick.
Souza shuffles to his left behind two crisp jabs. Myke eats them both and turns towards Souza to reposition himself and eats a stinging right hand-left hook combo.
Thud! ouch! good body kick from Souza - that will leave a mark!
Souza throws a right and a left that Myke avoids nicely.

Myke shoots in and gets a takedown into Souza's guard.
Myke slows down the pace of the fight, as he sits in guard.
Souza really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Myke. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.

Myke drops back for a leg! It's a sloppy attempt though and Myke jumps back into guard quickly, to retain the dominant position.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Myke postures up and scores with a shot to the body and a follow up elbow to the head.
Souza wants to get back to his feet but Myke passes into half guard.
Myke is figuring out what he wants to do next.

Myke gets to his feet - back to striking we go!

Souza gets caught napping as Myke dives in and scores a takedown. Souza manages to retain guard.
Myke is taking a break and basically stalling. The referee will not allow him to do that for long.
Myke stands and throws Souza's legs to the side, diving into side control.

Myke is trying to get an arm triangle but Souza is defending well.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
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.

Myke tries for a kimura. Not really close to a finish though.
The crowd cheering loudly, showing their appreciation for the quality fight we're seeing here.
Myke controls the position from side control.

Myke stands up.
Myke shoots for a takedown but Souza saw that one coming a mile off and avoided it easily.

Myke gets a takedown into half guard.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Souza is trying to stand up here but Myke is controlling him well.
Still in half guard, Myke seems content to control.

Myke is trying to work for a kimura. This could be trouble! No, Souza has managed to free his arm - good work.
Myke is taking a breather. Souza says something to him but it's hard to make out. Perhaps he's telling him to get on with it and actually do something.

Myke seems like he's working for an arm triangle here. He's freed his trapped foot and he's rotating nicely. Souza is in big trouble! He's tapping out! This one is aaaaaaaaaaaall over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:58 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Arm Triangle). Killa Myke!
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
44%

 

Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Oct 03, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Deontay Joshua (ranked 5568 p4p, 0 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 5112 p4p, 0 weight class). Both these guys have solid standup skills and neither is particularly fantastic on the ground, so let's hope for a nice standup war!

198 cm
25
280 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
200 cm
25
270 lbs
1 - 2 - 0
BJJ White Belt
Excellent boxer
Big right hand
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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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, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Deontay Joshua!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Las Vegas, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are Cecil Peabody, Frank Dennis and Tiny Johnson.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Calhassan throws a combination but comes up with nothing but fresh air.
Joshua attempts a counter takedown but Calhassan avoids it well and moves away.

Joshua shoots in and scores a nice double leg takedown into half guard.
Joshua controlling the action here.
Calhassan taking some punishment here, with Joshua in his half guard.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Still in half guard, Joshua seems content to control.
Calhassan trying to control from the bottom.
Calhassan might have to switch it up a bit here because his efforts to control Joshua haven't been going to plan, at least at the current moment in time.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Joshua with a momentary lay and pray from half guard.

Joshua is trying for a kimura here. Calhassan looks like he's in a lot of pain... and he's tapping out! Joshua wins by kimura!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:29 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Deontay Joshua!
A very excited looking Deontay Joshua rambled incoherently for about 5 minutes post fight about how awesome he is. It was kinda funny for a while but then everyone got annoyed.
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
48%

 

Event: DK Battlegrounds VIII     
Date:   Sep 29, 2018

Coming up we have a heavyweight MMA rules bout between Arminia Bielefeld (ranked 4329 p4p, 346 weight class) and Demi Calhassan (ranked 4473 p4p, 359 weight class). Demi Calhassan is staring across the cage at his opponent, tweaking his nipples.

200 cm
20
240 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
200 cm
25
270 lbs
1 - 1 - 0
BJJ Purple Belt
Brawler
Prefers standup
BJJ Blue Belt
Excellent boxer
Powerful

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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 1 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Sydney, Arminia Bielefeld !
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, Demi Calhassan!
The judges for this bout are Daniel Franklin, Stewart Dunkirk and Wesley Smith.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Bielefeld tries to bum rush Calhassan with a series of wild strikes but Calhassan uses good footwork to avoid the assault.
Calhassan avoids the body shot from Bielefeld .
Calhassan changes levels for a counter takedown but doesn't follow through with his attempt.
Bielefeld connects with a slap. Keep your fist closed son.
Calhassan blocks a jab.
Calhassan tries to clinch but is not successful on this occasion.
Bielefeld drops down looking for a counter takedown but Calhassan sprawls and moves away.
Bielefeld looking to take his opponent's legs away with the low kicks.
Calhassan fails in his attempt to clinch.
Bielefeld tries to counter with a takedown but Calhassan is quick to defend against it.
Bielefeld lands a pitter patter jab to the forehead of his opponent.
Bielefeld jabbing away but nothing is landing.
Bielefeld misses with a straight left.
Bielefeld connects with an inside leg kick.
Bielefeld pushing out the jab but it's not landing.
Calhassan tries to clinch but Bielefeld is having none of it.
Calhassan tries to clinch there but Bielefeld circles away.
Calhassan keeping a good distance there, avoiding the body shot.
As Bielefeld backs off Calhassan throws a huge counter combo but Bielefeld manages to avoid it all.
Bielefeld lands with a head kick! That's gotta hurt.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.
Bielefeld tries to bum rush Calhassan with a series of wild strikes but Calhassan uses good footwork to avoid the assault.
Bielefeld moves into range and lands a nice leg kick.
A combination from Bielefeld does no damage.

A big head kick from Bielefeld and Calhassan is sent sprawling to the canvas!

Calhassan is rocked!
Bielefeld arches his back and unloads with a massive left and a right! Calhassan's eyes roll back into his head, he's out cold! The ref dives in to stop the fight - wow, they were hard shots!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:59 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Strikes). Arminia Bielefeld !
S C
A
G S C
B
G S C G energy
A | B
hype
A | B
pop
A | B
mgr
A | B
FIGHT
RATING
100%

 

Event: GFC 4:     
Date:   Sep 22, 2018

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Will Jeng (ranked 5034 p4p, 450 weight class) and Killa Myke (ranked 7858 p4p, 557 weight class). Will Jeng is staring across the cage at his opponent, tweaking his nipples... Tweaking his own nipples that is.

175 cm
25
175 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
180 cm
25
166 lbs
0 - 1 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Brawler
Good chin
Good wrestler
Basic striking
Enjoys gardening

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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 Tokyo, Will Jeng!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Killa Myke!
The judges for this bout are Chris Edwards, Sam Margolis and Richard Clark.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Jeng defends well against a solid takedown attempt from Myke.
Jeng swings wildly with a couple of big hooks

and Myke counters with a nice double leg into guard.

Myke is trying to work a guillotine from the top, or something like that? Don't know how he thinks he's going to get a finish from there.
Myke is stalling in the full guard.
Myke really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Jeng. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Myke tries to free his leg and advance position but Jeng is retaining full guard.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Jeng throws a couple of shots from the bottom but they don't land.
Jeng is looking to stand up but Myke isn't so interested in that idea.
Myke must be cautious of submissions here, given that his opponent has the superior Jiu Jitsu.
Jeng manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Myke manages to get himself to full guard.

Myke is avoiding any damage by keeping wrist control.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Jeng wants to pass the guard but Myke is keeping the position.
Jeng controlling from the guard. I say controlling but really, he's stalling.
Myke pulls Jeng in to control the position.

Myke is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Jeng defends well.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Jeng keeps in close for a moment and lands a decent shot to the side of Myke's head.

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.
Myke is trying to control the position but Jeng postures up.
Myke will have to put a bit more behind his punches if he's going to do any damage from this position.
Myke pulls Jeng in to control the position.
Myke thows some rabbit punches from the bottom but they don't do any damage.

The referee decides to stand the fighters back up.
Myke avoids the head kick by Jeng.
Myke looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Jeng is fending him off so far but Myke persists. Nope, Jeng circles away and we're back to standing.
Jeng bobbing and weaving, closes the distance and lands a hook to the side of Myke's head.
Myke throws a looping left and ducks down for a takedown. He's got his arms around Jeng's waist but Jeng gets an underhook and avoids the takedown by throwing Myke off to one side.
Will Jeng has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Killa Myke.
Myke swats away the attempt to clinch by Jeng.
Myke shoots in looking for a takedown. Jeng tries to sprawl out of it but Myke keeps driving through. The fighters are pinned against the cage. Jeng manages to get underhooks and after a bit of a struggle, circles away and we're back to standing.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Jeng throws an overhand right that lands on Myke's shoulder, as Myke tries to avoid the shot.
Nice defenses there by Myke.
Myke is looking for the big counter here.
Jeng throws a right hand that Myke ducks under and follows up with a left that Myke also avoids with ease.
Myke shoots in for a double leg but Jeng sprawls well. That's going to sap some energy.
Myke tries for a takedown but Jeng sees it coming a mile off and avoids it easily.
Jeng fakes a jab and scores with a low kick.
Jeng throws a head kick but Myke moves out of range.

Jeng moves into range and clinches up with Myke.
Myke is trying to pull guard but being pressed up against the cage enables Jeng to keep the fight standing.
Myke tries to pull guard but Jeng holds him up against the cage and eventually Myke drops back down to his feet.
Jeng struggles to land a body shot inside as Myke controls his hands.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Myke tries to jump guard but he falls flat on his backside. Jeng smiles and moves away.
Jeng dances in quickly and lands a nice inside leg kick on Myke. That did some damage!
Jeng throws a feint and then finishes with a kick to the body.
Jeng looks for a takedown but Myke sprawls well.
Myke fails with a takedown attempt.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.

Myke fakes an overhand right and shoots for a takedown. Jeng sprawls well initially but Myke persists and gets the takedown into half guard.
The crowd cheering loudly, showing their appreciation for the quality fight we're seeing here.
Myke looks over to his corner - he wants some instructions but his corner are not responding.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

Will Jeng dominated that round.
That's time! Jeng's corner gives him a slap on the ass as he gets ready to fight.


Jeng scores with a straight right hand, right through his opponent's guard.
Myke tries for a takedown but Jeng sees it coming a mile off and avoids it easily.

Jeng tries to sprawl but Myke drives through with a takedown into half guard.
Killa Myke has got the better of the ground game so far.

Myke decides to stand up and try his luck on the feet.
Jeng rushes forward with a series of wild hooks but Myke moves out of range and avoids them all easily.

Myke throws the overhand right but ducks down into a quick takedown attempt. Jeng was covering up waiting for the punch and Myke finishes the takedown easily into guard.

Myke drops back looking for a heel hook - he quickly realises he's not going to get it but Jeng manages to dive on top of him before he can escape and now Myke has Jeng in his guard.

We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Jeng trying to control the position from guard on top but Myke is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Myke working a defensive guard here.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Myke can do anything to dispel that myth.
Jeng wants to control from the top but Myke keeps moving.
Myke wants to control here, rather than go for any submissions from the bottom. At least for now.
Myke looking to sweep here. No luck so far.
Myke wants to control but Jeng passes easily into half guard.
Jeng sitting in half guard, looking to land shots. Myke defending well though.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
The crowd are getting on the fighters' backs, as the pace has dropped off in the last minute or so.
Jeng prevents Myke from improving his position.

Myke looking to work for a kimura from the bottom.
Jeng is looking to take a break and control but Myke is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.
Jeng winds up and cracks Myke with a swinging punch to the side of the head.
Jeng is trying to control. Myke wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.
Jeng trying to mount his opponent but Myke defends it.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Myke tries to get to full guard but Jeng has control of the leg.
Jeng seems very keen to just sit and control from half guard but Myke does not like that idea so much and is remaining active off his back.
Jeng not throwing his punches with enough precision this time.
Jeng trying to control the action but Myke is working from the bottom.

The referee decides to stand the fighters back up.
Will Jeng is winning the standup battle so far.

Myke looking to score a takedown here. Jeng is defending well but Myke drives through and ends up in Jeng's guard.
Myke stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Jeng swivels though and keeps the full guard.
Myke trying to control the position from guard on top but Jeng is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Myke postures up.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Myke trying to control but Jeng is working from the bottom.
Jeng pulls Myke in close to prevent any damage.
Myke controls from within his opponent's guard.
Myke passes into half guard.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!

Myke stands, ready to strike. The ref makes him back up and allows Jeng to get to his feet.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

A close second round but Killa Myke will probably get the nod - 10:9.
OK. That's time! The bell goes and we're back to the action. This is the final round!


Myke looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Jeng is fending him off so far but Myke persists. Nope, Jeng circles away and we're back to standing.
Jeng tried to counter with a leg kick but Myke avoided it.

Myke throws the overhand right but ducks down into a quick takedown attempt. Jeng was covering up waiting for the punch and Myke finishes the takedown easily into guard.

Myke gets to his feet. Jeng looking to butt scoot but the ref puts an end to that. On your feet son!

Myke gets the takedown into side control.

Myke looking for an arm triangle but it's way too loose to do anything.
Jeng sneaks a leg under to get back to half guard.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Myke is trying to control. Jeng wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.
Myke not landing any meaningful shots this time.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Jeng makes his way to full guard. A much better position for Jeng.
Jeng trying to control the position.
Myke landing some decent shots from guard.
Jeng trying to punch from his back but it's not doing any damage.

Myke drops back looking for a heel hook - he quickly realises he's not going to get it but Jeng manages to dive on top of him before he can escape and now Myke has Jeng in his guard.

Myke keeping moving, preventing Jeng from controlling successfully.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Myke has a butterfly guard looking to sweep but Jeng has passed into side control.
Jeng misses with an attempted head punch from side control.
Myke struggling a bit here.

Jeng tries for a kimura but Myke is defending well.
Myke looking for a sweep but Jeng has passed into full mount! Oh no!

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Myke keeping his composure momentarily, calmly looking to get back to half guard.
Jeng takes a little breather and maintains the position. The referee will be looking for him to stay active from such a dominant position though.
Jeng prevents Myke from getting the reversal.
Jeng can't quite control the action as he would like just now, as Myke is looking to escape.
Jeng avoids the attempt from Myke to control.
Jeng in mount throwing good strikes here, bouncing his opponent's head off the canvas.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Myke really trying hard to get back to half guard here.
Myke is squirming around, avoiding Jeng's attempts to control the action.
Boooooooooooooooooooo!!! God, this has been a terrible round. Come on you two, sort yourselves out!
Jeng sitting in mount, just looking to control for the moment.

And that's the end of the fight!
That was a close round. You could make an argument for either fighter but I would give it to Will Jeng.
I think Jeng has won this one but let's see what the judges have to say. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Chris Edwards scores the fight for Will Jeng!
Judge Sam Margolis scores the fight for Will Jeng!
Judge Richard Clark scores the fight for Will Jeng!

Will Jeng wins by unanimous decision!

A victorious Will Jeng thanked his army of followers in his post fight interview, telling people to make sure they follow him on Twitter.
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Event: BANDAI 10: Magic     
Date:   Sep 19, 2018

Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between David Otieno (ranked 4997 p4p, 444 weight class) and Mike Ambrose (ranked 4057 p4p, 382 weight class). David Otieno is staring across the cage at his opponent, tweaking his nipples... Tweaking his own nipples that is.

175 cm
18
175 lbs
2 - 1 - 0
175 cm
25
167 lbs
3 - 0 - 0
BJJ Purple Belt
Basic striking
Self confident
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
Enjoys gardening

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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, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, David Otieno!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Mike Ambrose!
The judges for this bout are Don Winkell, Frank Antenori and Timothy Bukovac.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
An inside leg kick lands from Ambrose.
Ambrose moves out of range of the leg kick from Otieno.
Otieno throws a looping overhand right but Ambrose ducks down to avoid it.
Otieno pulls out of a head kick attempt.
Otieno is looking to take this fight into the clinch.
Ambrose blocks the body kick.
Ambrose misses with a jab to the body
and Otieno counters with a lovely straight right hand!
Otieno throws a leg kick

and Ambrose counters with a driving takedown into guard. Nice work there by Ambrose.

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

Otieno throws his legs up looking for a submission but Ambrose uses it to pass to side control.
We've been hearing good reports from Otieno's training camp. Apparently he has been rolling around with some good quality BJJ practitioners and has been sharpening his skills. Let's see if that has an impact on the fight today.
Otieno tries to improve position but can't.
Ambrose lands a nice forearm strike.
Fantastic stuff here - a very entertaining period of action, which has drawn cheers from the crowd.

Ambrose tries for an arm triangle. That looks pretty tight to me. Is this one over!?! Possibly, maybe, no Ambrose has let go of the choke. Obviously it wasn't as tight as we thought!

That's one minute gone in the round.
Otieno tries to work a leg under to get back to half guard but Ambrose wriggles his own leg back out and remains in side control.

Ambrose decides to take the fight back to the feet.
Otieno throws a leg kick

and Ambrose counters with a driving takedown into guard. Nice work there by Ambrose.
Ambrose is stalling in the full guard.
Otieno has momentary wrist control but Ambrose slips an elbow through the middle.

Ambrose is sitting in close to Otieno's body. Otieno has gone for a guillotine from the bottom. Oh damn, that looks pretty tight! Ambrose is panicking - it looks like this one could be all over! Yes, Ambrose is tapping! That was a very nice submission by Otieno.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 2:57 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Guillotine). David Otieno!
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hype
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pop
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RATING
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