It was an intense Fight Weekend in Sydney, before we recap the action, let me tell you, that Dohertys's Gym and Sydney Combat Method offer premium Gym Places in Sydney, before you forget to cancel auto-flights, contact me or their owners, and we can not only let you train there, but SFC will also sponsor the move, if needed.
Now on to the weekends action, we had 2 title fights on the menu, and some exciting action.
265 veteran Jason Harris moved himself near the top of the division beating fellow veteran Angel Childress by TKO, Harris still unbeaten, but also sticking to fighting veterans, now will have to make a career deciding move, is he ready and willing to take on the youngsters atop the division.
In the Co-Main Event Jamison Cassidy showed Ibrahim Camara the tough waters of SFC, Camara NYFN Legends tournament participant found it difficult, and got subbed after only 1:50, Cassidy showed his class, and may be on to bigger things at 205.
The undercard gave terrific performances by Mujahid Jackson and Clay Frazier at 205, while Michael Colluci made himself a 6-0 fighter in his SFC debut.
Fight of the night: William Lindham vs Stan Dup
KO of the night: Jason Harris
Sub of the night: Jamison Cassidy
Title defense No.2 was as easy as title defense No. 1 for Gideon Navarro, the 170 champ has yet to be taken into Round 2 in a SFC title fight, and Kevin Daugthrey was no challenge either, taking the fight to the clinch Daugthrey looked good for 2 minutes, then Navarro changed gear, took him down, and a couple moments later subbed the Challenger.
Also at 170 Steve Collins and Akira Harada showed their presence and won fights to move themself up the rankings again.
At 185 Zedidah Goldberg Koed former Champ Apollo Reid, who looked only a shadow of his former self.
Fight of the night: Isaiah Cooley vs Spencer Rubenstein
KO of the night: Zedidiah Goldberg
Sub of the night: Marcelinho Lima
The big fight was the one on Sunday, a rematch between 135 and 145 Champion with former 145 champ Jazz Clementine, after Daichi submitted Jazz Clementine in Round 1 in their first fight, this one should be a lot closer. Clementine still couldn't stop the champ taking him down, but he showed a lot more class in grappling, denying 21 submission attempts over 3 rounds, the fight was open, but towards the end of Round 3 both fighters already tired it was Daichi that came through, and submitted Clementine, who showed his frustration in the ring.
The Co Main Event at 155 showed 2 warriors battling it out, Chakrii and Robb, brought a big battle over 3 rounds, with enourmous power by both fighters, kicks and knees by Stark, while a ton of punches by Weecharangsam where the tone of the night. In the end, Chakrii won, and the youngster may be a future title contender.
In the undercard Bernardo de Barros made clear he wants a piece of the 155 title back, winning in convincing fashion submitting Deklek. At 170 Mike Johnson beat Chris Snoky in a 3rd round submission, the former champ , now with a 2 fight win streak fought himself back to the No. 1 Contender spot, and is expected to get the next shot at the man that took his title.
Fight of the night: Chakrii Weecharangsan vs Robb Stark
KO of the night: Alexander Volg Zangief
Sub of the night: Bernardo De Barros