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24 Sep 18 - SyFi - Power Rankings and Upcoming Fights
Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 09/24)

Long time to get back on track here are the rankings, please note fighters with no fight yet have been ranked based on their performance in other Orgs.



135:
Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (9-2)
1. Daichi Kishimoto (13-2) (switch from 145 for title fight)
2. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (10-3)
3. Sanka Coffie (7-2)
4. Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit (6-1)
5. Felix Jaroslav (4-1)
6. Uchimura Nakata (8-2)
7. Furious Munchkin (5-1)
8. Marcelo Barbosa (8-4)
9. Marcos Santana (7-4)





NR(yet to debut):
NR (inactive): Korean Kimchi (8-4-1), Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3)

Title Fight:
07/10 Yodosawan vs. Por Pramuk


Key Fights:
07/10 Barbosa vs. Munchkin
07/10 Chamuaknoi vs. Coffie
13/10 Nakata vs. Gbus (7-2-1)


145:
Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (13-2)

1. Petdee Sitsongrit (9-2)
2. Ruben Nevez (11-4)
3. Chief Cheyenne (12-2)
4. Mickey Munday (5-1)
5. Philip Zieske (7-2)
6. Hokuto Akira (6-1)
7. Swagga Beats (7-5)
8. John Mills (7-3)
9. Илья Муромец (10-3)




NR: (inactive):
NR(not debut yet): ,

Title Fight:
Kishimoto (currently at 135 for next title fight)


Key Fights:
28/09 Nevez vs. Munday
28/09 Cheyenne vs. Fatiman (9-6)
12/10 Mills vs. Beats
13/10 Petdee vs. Akira
13/10 Zieske vs. Муромец

155:
Champion: Bernardo de Barros (11-2)
1. Vernehri Ahma (6-0)
2. Steph Curry (6-3)
3. Xavier Merlin (9-4)
4. Geanluca Lorezon (11-5)
5. Gennady Golovkin (9-5)
6. Evan Page (8-4)
7. Kevin Coburn (6-3)
8. Nazim Bardakci (9-3)
9. Jorghino Marcelo (6-4)




NR(no fight yet): , Danny Greene (8-2)


NR (due to inactivity):

Title Fight:
De Barros

Key Fights:
28/09 Ahma vs. Merlin
28/09 Page vs. Golovkin
28/09 Marcelo vs. Greene (8-3)
06/10 Bardakci vs. Wolf (7-6)
06/10 Coburn vs. Eyes (5-5)
13/10 Deklek (8-5) vs. Curry
13/10 Jacobs (7-5) vs. Lorenzon



170:
Champion: Kevin Daughtrey (12-2)
1. William Snowdown (9-0)
2. Ross Warring (9-2)
3. Roy Whittaker(8-1)
4. Thor Odinson (7-2-1)
5. Steve Butabi (14-3),
6. Gideon Navarro (9-3)
7. Akira Harada (9-4)
8. Aley Kulina (7-3)
9. Hosep Grigorian (7-2)






NR yet: ,

Title Fight:
14/10 Daughtrey vs. Snowdown

Key Fights:
29/09 Navarro vs. Butabi
29/09 Shark(11-5) vs. Warring
07/10 Harada vs. Grigorian
07/10 Kulina vs. Avestiyan (6-1-1)
14/10 Whittaker vs. Odinson


185:
Champion: Iso Paa (8-1)

1. Dan Gee (13-1)
2. Jacob Rees Moog (13-2)
3. Rear Breed (12-2)
4. Wayne Benning (10-3)
5. Greg Bundy (8-1)
6. Ispa Mfer (7-2)
7. Joey Hatton (14-4)
8. Arthur Menezes (8-4)
9. Kaz McStafferson (10-7)




NR: (yet to debut):

Title Fight:
30/09 Paa vs. Gee

Key Fights:
28/09 Menezes vs. Resende (7-4-1)
03/10 Breed vs. Bundy
05/10 Hatton vs. Mfer
12/10 Mogg vs. Benning
12/10 McStafferson vs. Killbach (8-5)

205:
Champion: Mister McNasty (10-3)
1. Corey Smith jr. (8-1)
2. Bryan Schaub (12-2)
3. Blake Phoenix (14-3)
4. Ibrahim Camara (10-7)
5. Jamison Cassidy (7-1)
6. George Lambton (10-5)
7. Rohit Sharma (6-1)
8. Krit Leekpai (7-2)
9. Heimo Vesa (8-2)


NR(yet to debut): ,

Title Fight:
30/09 McNasty vs. Smith

Key Fights:
29/09 Cassidy vs. Leekpai
03/10 Camara vs. Schaub
06/10 Vesa vs. Rollins
12/10 Sharma vs. Rubenstein (6-2)

265:
Champion: Santu Avisu Kona (10-1)
1. Rick Piano (13-1)
2. Milton Friedmann (12-4)
3. Gyokusho Fujimoto (9-3)
4. Derek Payne (11-1)
5. Dean Malenko (7-2)
6. Mika Allu (6-1)
7. Travis Dillon (9-3)
8. Manu Mikkonen (7-2)
9. Rene Duchene (6-3)








NR()

Title Fight:
07/10 Kona vs. Piano

Key Fights:
26/09 Duchene vs. Payne
30/09 Malenko vs. Kalani (8-6)
03/10 Allu vs. Splinter (5-3)
05/10 Friedman vs. Shorton (9-3)
12/10 Dillon vs. Mikonnen
14/10 Hip Hop (6-0) vs. Fujimoto


265+:
Champion: Arn Anderson (11-2)

1. Vick Venom (11-1)
2. Massive Overflow (10-2)
3. Bob McDonald (9-2)
4. DeAngelo Montgomery(5-0-1)
5. Galactor Gigantus (11-2)
6. Jason Harris (7-1)
7. Ross Barkley (9-5)
8. Wladimir Yaroslev (7-3)
9. Maxim Popov (9-7)










NR yet: , (switch from 265), ,


Title Fight:
06/10 A. Anderson vs. Massive Overflow

Key Fights:
06/10 Venom vs. Gigantus
07/10 McDonald vs. Harris
07/10 Barkley vs. Yaroslev
10/10 Popov vs. Montgomery
21 Sep 18 - SyFi - Weekend Preview
Title Fight Previews

With SFC still in catch-up mode, let's at least preview the Title Fights of the weekend, as none less than 3 titles are on the line:

Saturday:
170 title:
Roy Whitaker v Kevin Daughtrey
A German Saying is that "all good things come in 3", well, this is the third title shot for Kevin Daughtrey, he lost to Mike Johnson and Gideon Navaro. Well, so how will he fare against Roy Whitaker, who beat Gideon Navaro twice, once in the third, once in the 4th round. Well, it's the classical Muay Thai (Daughtrey) vs. Boxer setup (Whitaker) , but Whitaker is the huge favourite, he's 8-0, and has won all fights by (T)KO. Whitaker mainly throws Head punches, so let's see, if Daughtrey can get his defense adjusted, and continue his 2 fight win streak he has with wins over Harada and Collins, sure tough fighters, but by no means world class. Overall a (T)KO win by Whitaker is what everyone expects.

145 title:
Daichi Kishimoto v Philip Ziskie

Well, Daichi seems back on track, after defending his 145 belt against Илья Муромец by decision, 3 weeks later he finds the way to the cage again. Kichimoto as we all know used to be the 135 and 145 champ, but lost his 135 belt in a super fight vs. Yodsawan Sitsongrit, the first SFC fighter to beat Kichimoto. At 12-2 his 7 fight win streak in title fights is an SFC record, most of them by spectacular submission. Well, let's see what's on the menu for the black belt tonight. No. 1 Challenger Zieske (7-1) won all his 7 SFC fights, 6 of them by submission, so it's black belt vs. Brown belt, and while Zieske perhaps may look better in the stand-up, it's mainly his defense, not offense he is known for. A submission specialist he must find a way to get to Kichimoto, and everyone, that tried that on the ground failed. Let's see, what Zieske can do here, perhaps we are in for a 5 round ground treat, or someone will surprise us bny changing tactics, but for sure Zieske will be on of the tougher tests for Kishimoto.

Sunday:
155 title:
Bernardo De Barros v Geanluca Lorenzon

Finally a SFC fighter was able to defend the 155 title, after a series of 3 champs in a row, and 2 title vacations, Bernardo de Barros defended the 155 belt, and returns for a second title defense. De Barros is a ground fighter by excellence, 6 fights in a row he won by submission, and he beat class fighters such as former Champs Merlin and Marcelo as well as Evan Page and Deklek Sitsongrit. So after facing the top class of SyFi 155 artists he now faces a rather fresh face in Sydney. Geanlucan Lorenzon (11-4) surprised everyone, as he transitioned from fighting on the Island to the SFC. In his first fight he beat former Champion Jorghino Marcelo, and with that one big win found himself in the No. 1 spot of the rankings. A boxer with wrestling skills, Lorenzon looks to score in the clinch and the pure stand-up, so he will test the skills of de Barros to land takedowns. Unsimilar to his title win and defense, where he faced ground fighters, de Barros will need the chin or quick takedowns to stand this test. However we all rate the Champ the favourite.

That said, good luck to all SFC fighters this weekend, as we try to get back to your normal service.
04 Sep 18 - SyFi - Weekend Preview
Weekend Preview


The Big one is in front of us, after being in business for over half a year, SyFi has experimented with PPV, seen some glorious Champs being Koed, struggled with the times of others, and made some big bang cards. Now SyFi 100 is here, get ready for a monstrous event featuring the 265 and the 205 title on the Line featured on a TV near you....available on PPV......
To get ready for it on Friday SyFi 99 will already feature interesting challengers, while SyFi 101 on Sunday will flip it out.

But let's focus on the big One:

SyFi 100 Saturday, 8th September

265 Title:
Milton Friedman v Santu Avisu Kona

2 fighters that couldn't be much more different, Milton Friedman (12-3) is the undisputed SyFi Heavyweight Champion, and a ground and Pound fighter by design, his strength clearly is the takedown and hit move. He shocked everyone in the Sydney Fight world, when he beat Rick Piano by KO 3 weeks ago. Piano, who everyone thought was centered in this event, was taken down multiple times, and never got the fight going. Friedman took him by storm. Let's see how Kona will react to this, Santu Avisu Kona (9-1) is a stand up Lion by Design, he has no weakness as long as he keeps it upright, but all his preparation was centered to face Piano for a 2nd time, the man that beat him. Now he has to think , how he can keep the fight upright with Friedman, something he didn't have to worry, when beating SyFi top dogs, Dillon, Fujimoto and recently Barkley. Now all he has to worry about is Friedman, folks, wait till the lights go on Saturday, and this one will bang away......

205 title:
Melvin Comeau v Mister McNasty

Other to that the meeting of Comeau and McNasty will be the test of well known enemies. This 205 title fight will make it a trilogy, and it was already 10 spectacular rounds between the two. Comeau (14-4) is a well rounded veteran warrior, and other than the first fight with McNasty he just slashed through SyFi competiton. He defended the belt succesful for the first time recently against Marky Mark, a fight where he dominated in the standup and showed no lack of Power with a 2nd Round KO. McNasty recently beat Jamison Cassidy by a first Round TKO, to prep for this fight, where he wants his belt back. Looking back at the two fighters previous fights, it was clear, that McNasty was destined to get the damage done in the clinch, and had a strategy for it in the first fight, where Comeau won the first 3 rounds, before McNasty made him pay, and opened a deep cut.
In the rematch things developed different, Comeau kept McNasty at distance for most of the time, and the damage by McNasty was far less, so let's see how this trilogy will go, and who learnt more from the first two.

Set with this, all other fights just look like cheap warmups, oh wait we have some biggies coming in, at 265+ Massive Overflow makes his SyFi debut, former CCF Heavyweight Champ and unbeaten in 3 fights at Torcida, Overflow goes up to the biggies and want to challenge for the title, in his way Ole Anderson , brother of long time SFC champ is a veteran that always is dangerous on the ground.
At 265 Dean Malenko comes in on a 3 fight win streak from Torcida, another SyFi debutant, he'll dace SyFi veteran Angel Childress, who at 6-3 just stopped a 2 fight loss streak, and wants to work his way back.
At 185 Johnny Truth comes in from the Island and faces SyFi veteran Wagner Resende, while at 145 another Torcida refugee opens his SyFi career, when Mickey Munday faces John Mills, having won his first two at SyFi.
To add to that 4 more undercard bouts are featured.
As the weekend nears also SyFi 99 and SyFi 101 are good netted, look for Fridays Main Event sees Vick Venom (10-1) make his SyFi debut, he was the Torcida 265 and 265+ champ, and returns to the Super Heavys, where he'll face unbeaten SyFi veteran 8-0 Jason Harris, who seems to be such a dominant feature in the stand up, that his way to the top is like a cinderella story, as he didn't become a proffesional before the age of 25.
The Co Main Event on Friday sees 2 former Island fighters at 145, Ruben Nevez faces Chief Cheyenne, this makes it a trilogy between the 2, while Nevez lost both fights for the IXF title, Cheyenne was a Island standout, and was unbeaten until Round 3 of the final Tournament, now let's see, if he can make it to the top here.
Also watch for 185 unbeaten star Michel Collucci trying to keep his streak going.
On Sunday, the Light Heavys will be featured, former Challenger Marky Mark will face Jamison Cassidy, who recently lost for the first time, and while Comeau and McNasty face each other for the title, the fighters that got their L to them will face on Sunday.
In the CO-Main Heimo Vesa, who struggled at SFC opposition trys to get it back going, when facing former Island Fighter KruKru Tiptapa, who brings perhaps one of the funniest names, but need to proove his strength in the cage now.
Also at 185 Bann Harrow will face Ibrahim Camara, in a huge battle of recent winners, that want to keep their streak going. Other interesting fighters include Bull Mfer at 185, a super talent, and former Torcida 155 Champ Kevin Coburn.
So look out for a big fight weekend, that may bring the best to the Top in Sydney.
04 Sep 18 - SyFi - Power Rankings and Upcoming Fights
Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 09/03)




135:
Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (8-2)
1. Sanka Coffie (7-1)
2. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (10-3)
3. Korean Kimchi (8-4-1)
4. Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3)
5. Brain Fog (8-4)
6. Paulie Greene (4-1)
7. Furious Munchkin (4-1)
8. Wayne Williams (7-4)
9. Uchimura Nakata (7-2)
9. Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit (5-1)




NR(yet to debut): , Kento Ban Gbus (6-2-1)(switch from 135), Felix Jaroslav (4-1)

Title Fight:
16/09 Yodosawan vs. Coffie

Key Fights:
08/09 Kay vs. Morad
14/09 Fog vs. Chamuaknoi
14/09 Munchkin vs. Dema (6-5)
14/09 Gbus vs. Valdez (5-2)
23/09 Greene vs. Jaroslav


145:
Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (12-2)

1. Philip Zieske (7-1)
2. John Mills (6-2)
3. Илья Муромец (10-3)
4. Jazz Clementine (8-4)
5. Chris Cyborg (9-7)
6. Silvio Dante (6-5)
7. Kai Perkins (4-3)
8. Tyrian Lannister (6-4)
9. Swagga Beats (6-5)








NR: (inactive):
NR(not debut yet): , Hokuto Akira (6-1) (switch from 155), Mickey Munday (4-1), Ruben Nevez (10-4), Chief Cheyenne (12-1), Petdee Sitsongrit (8-2)

Title Fight:
22/09 Kishimoto vs. Zieske


Key Fights:
07/09 Cheyenne vs. Nevez
08/09 Mills vs. Munday
08/09 Carioca vs. Fatiman (8-6)
14/09 Clementine vs. Petdee
19/09 Cyborg vs. Akira
19/09 Dante vs. Santana (6-4)
23/09 Lannister vs. Beats


155:
Champion: Bernardo de Barros (10-2)
1. Xavier Merlin (9-4)
2. Jorghino Marcelo (6-2)
3. Jerry Jacobs (7-4)
4. Nazim Bardakci (9-3)
5. Steph Curry (5-3)
6. Gennady Golovkin (8-4)
7. Evan Page (7-4)
8. Mark Henderson (10-6)
9. Vernehri Ahma (5-0)



NR(no fight yet): Geanluca Lorezon (10-4), Danny Greene (8-2)


NR (due to inactivity):

Title Fight:
De Barros

Key Fights:
05/09 Greene vs. Page
05/09 Marcelo vs. Lorenzon
05/09 Golovkin vs. Armstrong (7-1)
09/09 Coburn vs. Ahma
19/09 Jacobs vs. Curry









170:
Champion: Roy Whittaker(8-0)
1. Kevin Daughtrey (11-2)
2. Ross Warring (8-2)
3. Gideon Navarro (9-3)
4. Thor Odinson (6-2-1)
5. Mosi Kondo (5-0)
6. Khalamedov Nurmagabeeb (7-4)
7. Facundo Galley (7-3)
8. Thor Odinson (5-2-1)
9. Aley Kulina (6-3)





NR yet: , Steve Butabi (14-2), William Snowdown (8-0)

Title Fight:
22/09 Whittaker vs. Daughtrey

Key Fights:
05/09 Warring vs. Butabi
05/09 Grigorian (6-2) vs. Jyre (8-2)
12/09 Galley vs. Harada
15/09 Kulina vs. At Night (5-3)
16/09 Snowdown vs. Nurmagabeeb
22/09 Kondo vs. Odinson


185:
Champion: Iso Paa (8-1)

1. Dan Gee (13-1)
2. Jacob Rees Moog (12-2)
3. Wayne Benning (9-3)
4. Kaz McStafferson (10-6),
5. Joey Hatton (13-4)
6. Alexis Anderson (8-4)
7. Sammy Killbach (8-4)
8. Michel Colluci (8-0)
9. Arthur Menezes (7-4)







NR: (yet to debut):)Christopher Ball (11-3), , Johnny Truth (10-2), Ispa Mfer (6-2)

Title Fight:
tbc Paa vs. Gee

Key Fights:
07/09 Colluci vs. Menezes
08/09 Truth vs. Resende (8-4)
12/09 Rand vs. Harden (5-2)
15/09 Di Marzio vs. Lee (6-6)
16/09 Hatton vs. Itizer (10-8)
21/09 Benning vs. Anderson



205:
Champion: Melvin Comeau (14-4)

1. Mister McNasty (10-3)
2. Corey Smith jr. (8-1)
3. George Lambton (10-4)
4. Bann Harrow (8-1)
5. Blake Phoenix (13-3)
6. Boogie Rollins (6-1)
7. Marky Mark (10-4)
8. Jamison Cassidy (6-1)
9. Krit Leekpai (6-2)


NR(yet to debut): , Bryan Schaub (11-2), KruKru Tipiata (7-2)

Title Fight:
08/09 Comeau vs. McNasty

Key Fights:
09/09 Mark vs. Cassidy
09/09 Camara vs. Harrow
09/09 Tipitapa vs. Vesa (7-2)
14/09 Schaub vs. Juan
16/09 Leekpai vs. Dunlop (4-2)
16/09 Rollins vs. Sharma (5-1)
23/09 Phoenix vs. Lambton




265:
Champion: Milton Friedmann (12-3)
1. Santu Avisu Kona (9-1)
2. Rick Piano (13-1)
3.Derek Payne (11-1)
4. Gyokusho Fujimoto (8-3)
5. More IsMore Ii (8-2)
6. Mika Allu (5-1)
7. Manu Mikkonen (6-2)
8. Travis Dillon (8-3)
9. Angel Childress (6-3)







NR() , Manu Mikkonen (5-2), Zaurbek Ahmedov (6-3), Rene Duchene (6-3), Dean Malenko (6-2), Akamu Kalani (8-6)

Title Fight:
08/09 Friedmann vs. Kona

Key Fights:
08/09 Woods vs. Borrego (5-5)
08/09 Malenko vs. Childress (6-3)
09/09 Shorton vs. Yormoza Built (4-1-1)
16/09 Allu vs. Lima (6-6)
21/09 Mikkonen vs. Limbtwister
21/09 isMore vs. Fujimoto
26/09 Payne vs. Duchene


265+:
Champion: Bob McDonald (9-1)
1. Arn Anderson (10-2)
2. Jason Harris (7-0)
3. DeAngelo Montgomery(4-0-1)
4. Kendrick Nickil jr. (5-2)
5. Mongolian Muslim (10-4)
6. Wladimir Yaroslev (6-3)
7. Galactor Gigantus (10-2)
8. Matt Wills (8-3)
9. Ole Anderson (6-5)






NR yet: , Ross Barkley (8-5)(switch from 265), Vick Venom (10-1), Massive Overflow (10-2)


Title Fight:
15/09 McDonald vs. A. Anderson

Key Fights:
07/09 Venom vs. Haris
08/09 Overflow vs. O. Anderson
12/09 Muslim vs. Barkley
14/09 Yaroslev vs. Smashterov (5-3)
15/09 Gigantus vs. Wills
21/09 Montgomery vs. Nickil jr.
29 Aug 18 - SyFi - Weekend Preview
Weekend Preview

So folks, 3 title fights highlight the action at Sydney Fights this weekend, already be warned, that Boble Lineman will be absent quite a lot the next 2 weeks, he'll try to handle most of the daily routines, but it is unsure if fight Reviews and Previews can be provided, except for SyFi 100, which of course will get a detailed Preview.

So now to this weekend:

145 Title Daichi Kishimoto v Илья Муромец
Former two weight class champ Daichi Kishimoto took some time off, after loosing the 135 belt to Yodsawan Sitsongrit, but as he didn't want to forfeit the 145 belt, he now finds his way back in the cage, and faces someone he already beat earlier Илья Муромец. The Russian Challenger has beaten Logan Lord and Jazz Clementine, since his decision loss to Kishimoto, and is the established No. 1 at 145. Looking back at their first encounter, it was Kishimoto, that dominated most of the 3 rounds they fought, but looked much more exhausted than his opponent. He got a 29:28 verdict on all 3 cards, but his ground game lacked some discipline and decisivness, as it was the first fight in a long time he couldn't finish. All eyes on Saturday will be on this fight, which strangly is only the Co-Main Event.

155 title Bernardo De Barros v Xavier Merlin
Bernardo de Barros (9-2) will be the next to try and defend the 155 belt, something, that has not been achieved at SyFi, with some vacancies, disappearing fighters, and other strange stories. De Barros comes in on a 5 fight win streak, and after beating Marcelo by submission, now faces the fighter Marcelo won the title from. Thats how round and round the 155 belt goes. Xavier Merlin (9-3) has beaten Gennady Golovkin by 1st round submission, to earn a shot back at a belt he held before. Merlin lost to Marcelo rather sursprising by 2nd Round submission. Take your own guess, as both fighters are black belts, and this fight should move to the ground very quick.

185 title Wayne Benning v Iso Paa
The Co-Main Event on Sunday sees another title fight, the 185 class also saw quite a few title changes, most recently Wayne Benning got the belt back from Joey Hatton by a 5th round TKO. Hatton afterwards changed management, and many belive he will make a run at the title soon again. Benning avenged a 1st round submission win to Hatton with the recent win, after originally taking the belt from Big Asznee with a second Round TKO. Benning (9-2) s only losses have come in title fights, look for Iso Paa (7-1) test that come Sunday. Paa was on the watch list of many, and could have had the title shot earlier, he went through the division like a hot knife, and except a decision win vs. Cruciani, he won all fights by (T) KO. His recent win against Di Marzio , a big KO punch, finally earned him the title shot. Both fighters will test each others chin, and look for Iso Paa to make a run at the title.

Friday:
Main Event:
Dan Gee v Jacob Rees Mogg
The winner of this 185 battle will surely get a title shot at Sundays winner, Dan Gee (11-1) has won all 3 of his SyFi fights, earning fight of the night twice, he clearly is the No. 1 Challenger as of today, but instead of waiting out for the champ to defend choose to take on one more comer. Jacob Rees Mogg (12-1) makes his SyFi debut. He fought on the Island, and there was representing himself in the Tournament final, where he lost to Middle Weight, as always the transition from the Island will be a tough one, but Jacob Rees looks to have the tools, a wonderful Boxer, he'll face the stand up test against Muay Thai Specialist Dan Gee. Expect a Fight of the Night contender here.

Co-Main Event:
Derek Payne v Lazerus Limbtwister
Heavyweights are always awesome to watch, and Derek Payne (10-1) comes in here making his SyFi debut, after some epic battles at Torcida, where he was a long time champion, against Limbtwister he faces a fighter, that made his transition from EFA to Syfi with his last win. Limbtwister submitted Ben Elliot in Round 1 in a succesful SyFi debut, look for him to built on it.

The Main Card presents 2 Superheavyweight battles, as first DeAngelo Montgomery (3-0-1) wants his third SyFi win, many view him as a potential champ, as the youngester has some great talent shown in his first two SyFi fights. His opponent Bwana Mkubwa is a SyFi veteran, at 6-3, he won recently against Vovchavchyn, but his win streak was stopped cold by Jeff Messer.
In the other fight this mentioned Jeff Messer (5-5), a real SyFi journey man, will look to rebound from a loss, when he faces former Torcida fighter Kenrick Nikil jr, who makes his SyFi debut and is 4-2.
Look for Torcida vets Akhmedov and Mikkonnen to face off on the Undercard, in their SyFi debut, and watch for Itzhak Weinstein and Sergey Korotkiy, as we have more 265 battles.


Saturday:
The Main Event on Saturday(remember the Co-Main Event will be the 145 title fight, was planned as a eliminator for a 205 title fight. Dai Zexi will face Corey Smith jr. , and it still may be, if Smith jr. Wins. In the built up to the fight we learned, that this will likely be Dai Zexis last SyFi fight, as the manager could not reach an agreement with the Org Owner. That news somewhat shattered expectations, but Corey Smith jr (7-1) brings a 6 fight win streak, including wins over Vesa, Kuwabara and former 205 champ Damatang Camara. So Zexi (9-2), who lost an Eliminator to Marky Mark before, will be warned, and his last SyFi fight should be no walk through.

The Main Card sees two 185 SyFi debutants, Kaz McStefferson(9-6) comes in from the Island, while his opponent Christopher Ball, also was on the Island. Ball was slightly more succesful beating McStefferson in a Tournament fight, by TKO as well as in a Beach Fight Matchup, so all good things may be three, as these two are matched up again.
At 205 we have more SyFi debuts, Denubis Majere comes in at 5-1, and the youngster so far only lost to former Torcida Champ Rear Breed, a fighter many would love to see at SyFi, but tonight he'll face George Lambton, a 9-4 Island Fighter, who won the 205 Tournament on the Island. This should be a goodie of two youngsters.

Fight of the Night contender may be at 170 Chakrii Weechasagaram against Thor Odinson, both are known for fierce battles, and had a desire to face each other, Chakrii will step up from 155, determing his fate at SyFi. Plus at 265, former CCF fighter More "The Hungarian Giant" IsMore Ii will make his SyFi debut, many see him as a potential title challenger in the future.

Sunday:
With 2 title fights highlighting the card it will be the smaller weight classes dominating the rest of the card, at 135 Dieselnoi Por Pramuk v Wayne Williams tops the Main card, Pramuk (7-3) is on a 3 fight win streak, after losses to Yodsawan, Glass Joe and Kishimoto, he rebounded by clearing the smaller value of the 135 setup, all Decision wins, look for his battle with Williams to get interesting. Williams(7-3) rebounded from a decision loss to Glass Joe by beating Erran Morad. He sure seems to have more KO Power than Pramuk. However don't be surprised, if the Thai Fighter gets this.
At 155 another battle of ranked fighters is up, as Nazim Bardakci v Philip Moore promises to be a good one, Bardakci a submission specialist is on a 2 fight win streak trying to build on that, however standup allrounder Moore (5-2) may be a tough test. Moore has won 5 in a row, and sure is on a roll, some of his fights took all 3 rounds, but he sure looks better rounded, and unless gettin caught by a fearless move may be the better fighter.
Tyrian Lannister vs. Edson Barbosa sees two more fighters make their SyFi debut thsi weekend, and is Torcida vet vs. Island youngster, that promises a good battle, plus look out for unbeaten 4-0 Henry Bickle facing veteran Swagga Beats, in more 145 action.
27 Aug 18 - SyFi - Power Rankings and Upcoming Fights
Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 08/27)




135:
Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (8-2)
1. Sanka Coffie (7-1)
2. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (9-3)
3. Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3)
4. Wayne Williams (7-3)
5. Brain Fog (8-4)
6. Paulie Greene (4-1)
7. Furious Munchkin (4-1)
8. Korean Kimchi (7-4-1)
9. Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit (5-1)






NR(yet to debut): Uchimura Nakata (7-1), Kento Ban Gbus (6-2-1)(switch from 135)

Title Fight:
16/09 Yodosawan vs. Coffie

Key Fights:
29/08 Nakata vs. Kimchi
02/09 *Pramuk vs. Williams
08/09 Kay vs. Morad
14/09 Fog vs. Chamuaknoi
14/09 Munchkin vs. Dema (6-5)
14/09 Gbus vs. Valdez (5-2)



145:
Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (11-2)

1. Илья Муромец (10-2)
2. Philip Zieske (7-1)
3. John Mills (6-2)
4. Jazz Clementine (8-4)
5. Chris Cyborg (9-7)
6. Silvio Dante (6-5)
7. Kai Perkins (4-3)
8. Henry Bickle (4-0)
9. Joca Carioca (6-4-1)








NR: (inactive):
NR(not debut yet): , Hokuto Akira (6-1) (switch from 155), Mickey Munday (4-1), Ruben Nevez (10-4), Chief Cheyenne (12-1), Petdee Sitsongrit (8-2)

Title Fight:
01/09 Kishimoto vs. Илья Муромец


Key Fights:
02/09 Bickle vs. Beats (5-5)
07/09 Cheyenne vs. Nevez
08/09 Mills vs. Munday
08/09 Carioca vs. Fatiman (8-6)
14/09 Clementine vs. Petdee
19/09 Cyborg vs. Akira



155:
Champion: Bernardo de Barros (9-2)
1. Xavier Merlin (9-3)
2. Jorghino Marcelo (6-2)
3. Jerry Jacobs (7-4)
4. Steph Curry (5-3)
5. Gennady Golovkin (8-4)
6. Evan Page (7-4)
7. Phillip Moore (5-2)
8. Mark Henderson (10-6)
9. Vernehri Ahma (5-0)



NR(no fight yet): Geanluca Lorezon (10-4), Danny Greene (8-2)


NR (due to inactivity):

Title Fight:
02/09 De Barros vs. Merlin

Key Fights:
02/09 Bardakci (8-3) vs. Moore
05/09 Greene vs. Page
05/09 Marcelo vs. Lorenzon
05/09 Golovkin vs. Armstrong (7-1)
09/09 Coburn vs. Ahma
19/09 Jacobs vs. Curry









170:
Champion: Roy Whittaker(8-0)
1. Kevin Daughtrey (11-2)
2. Ross Warring (8-2)
3. Gideon Navarro (9-3)
4. Mosi Kondo (5-0)
5. Khalamedov Nurmagabeeb (7-4)
6. Facundo Galley (7-3)
7. Thor Odinson (5-2-1)
8. Aley Kulina (6-3)
9 . Akira Harada (8-4)





NR yet:,Chakrii Weecharangsan (5-1) , Steve Butabi (14-2), William Snowdown (8-0)

Title Fight:
22/09 Whittaker vs. Daughtrey

Key Fights:
01/09 Odinson vs. Weecharangsam
05/09 Warring vs. Butabi
05/09 Grigorian (6-2) vs. Jyre (8-2)
12/09 Galley vs. Harada
15/09 Kulina vs. At Night (5-3)
16/09 Snowdown vs. Nurmagabeeb


185:
Champion: Wayne Benning (9-2)
1. Iso Paa (7-1)
2. Dan Gee (13-1)
3. Joey Hatton (13-4)
4. Sammy Killbach (8-4)
5. Michel Colluci (8-0)
6. Arthur Menezes (7-4)
7. Alexis Anderson (7-4)
8. Ciro di Marzio (6-4)
9. TJ Goodard (8-4)





NR: (yet to debut):)Christopher Ball (11-3), Kaz McStafferson (9-6), Jacob Rees Moog (12-1), Johnny Truth (10-2)

Title Fight:
02/09 Benning vs. Paa

Key Fights:
31/08 Gee vs. Moog
01/09 Goodard vs. Anderson
01/09 McStafferson vs. Ball
07/09 Colluci vs. Menezes
08/09 Truth vs. Resende (8-4)
12/09 Rand vs. Harden (5-2)
15/09 Di Marzio vs. Lee (6-6)
16/09 Hatton vs. Itizer (10-8)



205:
Champion: Melvin Comeau (14-4)

1. Mister McNasty (10-3)
2. Corey Smith jr. (7-1)
3. Bann Harrow (8-1)
4. Blake Phoenix (13-3)
5. Dai Zexi (9-2)
6. Boogie Rollins (6-1)
7. Marky Mark (10-4)
8. Jamison Cassidy (6-1)
9. Ibrahim Camara (9-7)



NR(yet to debut): George Lambton (9-4), Bryan Schaub (11-2), KruKru Tipiata (7-2)

Title Fight:
08/09 Comeau vs. McNasty

Key Fights:
01/09 Zexi vs. Smith
01/09 Lambton vs. Majere (5-1)
09/09 Mark vs. Cassidy
09/09 Camara vs. Harrow
09/09 Tipitapa vs. Vesa (7-2)
14/09 Schaub vs. Juan
16/09 Rollins vs. Sharma (5-1)



265:
Champion: Milton Friedmann (12-3)
1. Santu Avisu Kona (9-1)
2. Rick Piano (13-1)
3. Travis Dillon (8-2)
4. Gyokusho Fujimoto (7-3)
5. Mika Allu (5-1)
6. Angel Childress (6-3)
7. Rivo Riitaa(6-3)
8. Lazareus Limbtwister (7-3)
9. Hip Hop (5-0)
9. Jake Woods (8-1)
9. Bill Shorton (8-3)





NR() More IsMore Ii (7-2), Manu Mikkonen (5-2), Zaurbek Ahmedov (6-3), Rene Duchene (6-3), Dean Malenko (6-2)

Title Fight:
08/09 Friedmann vs. Kona

Key Fights:
29/08 Dillon vs. Fujimoto
31/08 Payne vs. Limbtwister
31/08 Mikonnen vs. Akhmedov
01/09 Fusco vs. IsMore Ii
08/09 Woods vs. Borrego (5-5)
08/09 Malenko vs. Childress (6-3)
09/09 Shorton vs. Yormoza Built (4-1-1)
16/09 Allu vs. Lima (6-6)


265+:
Champion: Bob McDonald (9-1)
1. Arn Anderson (10-2)
2. Jason Harris (7-0)
3. Mongolian Muslim (10-4)
4. Wladimir Yaroslev (6-3)
5. DeAngelo Montgomery(3-0-1)
6. Galactor Gigantus (10-2)
7. Matt Wills (8-3)
8. Ole Anderson (6-5)
9. Bwana Mbuwka (6-3)





NR yet: , Ross Barkley (8-5)(switch from 265), Vick Venom (10-1), Massive Overflow (10-2)


Title Fight:
tbc McDonald vs. A. Anderson

Key Fights:
31/08 Montgomery vs. Mkubwa
07/09 Venom vs. Haris
08/09 Overflow vs. O. Anderson
12/09 Muslim vs. Barkley
14/09 Yaroslev vs. Smashterov (5-3)
15/09 Gigantus vs. Wills
26 Aug 18 - SyFi - Weekend Recap
Weekend Review:
It was the first time SFC experimented with PPVs, and well, it was way too early, but a lot of fun, so fight fans shouldn't worry too much, SFC is in stable financial waters, and there is more reservoir then a sea of gold. In fight action it was a rather uneventful weekeend concerning the titles, two titles were on the line, and we saw two succesful defenses.
Please note, that owner Boble Lineman will be on holiday the first 2 weeks of September, operations should continue, but at a slower than usual pace.

Friday:
Super Heavyweights are always fun to watch, and when Arn Anderson, the former long time champ, and his opponent Galactor Gigantus entered the cage you could see something like 600 pounds chsing themself in the cage. As in their first fight, Arn Anderson wasted no time, took down his opponent, and quickly finished the job, earning submission win No. 10, a SyFi record by far. Anderson was his old self, and immediatly after the fight it was clear, that he is named as the No. 1 Challenger facing whoever will come out victorious of Sundays title fight.
In the CO Main Event, it was a 145 battle, that was a rematch of a previous title fight. Jazz Clementine beat Santana to win the title back in May. The result in case of the winner was the same this time around, but it was a much tougher battle for Clementine. Unable to stop Santanas furious takedown attempts in the first 2 rounds, Clementine fought a come from behind battle, but landed some cracking shots in the third round, denying Santana a win, and fought himself back to contention at 145, where his only losses are to the fighters, that will battle for the title next week.
The No. 1 Challenger spot at 145 however belongs to a fighter we saw earlier on the Main Card, Philipp Zieske beat Ramazan Jainar by Submission in the last ticks of Round 1. dominating the former NJMMA fighter, Zieske needed 6 takedown attempts to get it to the ground, and 7 submission attempts to end it there, but after 4:55 he was a solid winner, and with a 7 fight win streak surely build up for a title fight.
At 170 Mosi Kondo remained unbeaten, with a solid 2nd round win via submission by strikes over Damian Anderson.Other action saw Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit and Paulie Greene get great wins at 135, that moved both up in the rankings of the smallest weight class.

Fight of the night: Paulie Greene vs Lotus Flower
KO of the night: Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit
Sub of the night: Arn Anderson




Saturday:
The rematch between Roy Whitaker and Gideon Navaro was as good, if not even better, than their first battle, with the 170 title on the line, it was a close first round, Navarro got a couple takedowns, but could not do much on the ground, Whitaker stood their with solid boxing and ground defense.
Round 2 saw Whitaker being cut, but once again he denied any big action by Navarro in the clinch or the ground, and his solid boxing won him the round. Round 3 was when the action began, Whitaker got rocked, but answered by a big knockdown with a combo. Navarro was woobly but recovered, and hang on to finish the round, but the scorecards had Whitaker all up. In Round 4 the destiny hit, Whitaker got banging away more freely, and after another knockdown and raining punches, at 3:58 the ref called it a fight. Whitaker defended the belt, and remains a top the 170 class. Kevin Daughtrey, noticed in the arena, likely will have his hands full in a training camp for his third run at a title. Whitaker was seen celebrating downtown Sydney later that night, with his cut not that severe.
In the Co Main Event Wladimir Yaroslev dragged a helpless looking Maxim Popov to a Decision win. Yaroslev made each of the three rounds look alike, get an early takedown, and from then on punish Popov with some serious ground and pound, while trying a submission once in a while. Popov missed all his punches, and never made a move on the ground. Yaroslev will reenter the ranking, and avoided a loosing streak.
The Main Card saw Steph Curry battle Deklek Sitsongrit in a fight of the night over 3 exciting rounds, Curry, fighting at 155, extended his win streak to 4. In the fight itself, both fighters were moving in and out of the clinch at will, with both fighters prefering a stand up battle, and unsure if better in boxing or clinching, Curry simply overran his opponent by throwing and landing more punches. Deklek looked dangerous with some kicks, but in general was outpowered. Steph Curry will enter the rankings based on this performance.
Ariel at Night turned his fortune around, by landing his first win under new management, and Pahani Julmu lost for a 3rd time in a row, being on the brinck of elimination. At Night, was dominant with his Ground and Pound, and denied all sub attempts by Julmu, he won by TKO in a heartwarming warrior style.
Other fights saw Silvio Dante stop a loosing streak at 145, Chicken Destroyer got SFC win No. 2, and Desi Kraag came in nicely in a winning way from EFA.

Fight of the night: Steph Curry vs Deklek Sitsongrit
KO of the night: Silvio Dante
Sub of the night: Oliver Huang


Sunday:
Mat Wills had his second shot at SyFi Gold, when he faced Champion Jim Bob McDonald at 265+, the fight fans jumped in extasy, as he made his way to the cage. Wills clearly had his tactic set, and in Round 1, it looked like he could get something done, when he was succesful with his 2nd takedown attempt, but the fight on the ground developed different. Wills was far from dominating the ground game, McDonald was hip to hip with him, moving great and denying both sub attempts, even landing shots himself. When Round 2 started it was all different, McDonald stuffed a takedown, and then hit heavy punches, cutting, rocking and finally KO ing Wills. An impressive defense for McDonald, who now will face long time Champ Arn Anderson, to make it a trilogy.
The Co-Main Event was a 205 fight that got impressive marks, and landed FOTN, unbeaten Torcida refugee Rohith Sharma faced Blake Phoenix, who is clearly eyeing a title shot, and the two gave everything in an impressive 3 round battle. In a standup war Sharma was the more versatile, as he always put in kicks, but Phoenix was better with his punches and their targetting. In the end the judges gave a 29:28 verdict, and Phoenix title hopes are kept alive.
The Main Card saw the SyFi debut of another Torcida Refugee, as Jerry Jacobs ran away with a first Round TKO over Island fighter Mark Henderson, an impressive SyFi welcome for the 155 fighter, who now is already within the Top 5 of the division.
More 205 action saw Boogie Rollins and Krit Leekpai earn wins. Rollins is positioning himself in the top of the division nicely.
Other winners were Zedidiah Goldberg at 185 and Hip Hop at 265.


Fight of the night: Blake Phoenix vs Rohith Sharma
KO of the night: Hip Hop
Sub of the night: Marcelinho Lima
22 Aug 18 - SyFi - Weekend Preview
Weekend Preview:

After 3 title fights and a big shocker with Piano loosing, let's prepare for a weekend back to fighting at Sydney, 2 title fights at 170 on Saturday and 265+ on Sunday highlight Sydneys Fightcards, but as always be prepared to experience the unknown. This week SyFi will experiment with PPV for the first time, both Fridays and Sundays Cards can be bought from your local provider around the world.

Let's get it going with the title fights:

170 Roy Whitaker v Gideon Navarro

This is a rematch of the clear cut best two fighters at 170 at SyFi currently, they both have impressive records, Whitaker (7-0) and Navarro (9-2). let's look back at their first fight, just 4 weeks ago, Whitaker, the unbeaten challenger gave his heart in a battle of two stand up warriors, Navaro had the better of round 1, but both saw their chances, in Round 3 Whitaker got a TKO that gave him the belt. Let's see what tactics Navaro will have on Saturday, he tried to change levels, and can keep going with Whitaker, I expect everything, this is a hightlight reel canidate, watch out for big things.

265+ Jim Bob McDonald v Matt Wills

On Sunday the big boys will take the stage, recently crowned Superheavyweight Champ Jim Bob McDonald will make his first defense vs. Matt Wils, who will have his 2nd shot at the belt.
Former MLC Champ McDonald got the SyFi belt in his 2nd try, when he beat long time Champ Arn Anderson by TKO. All of McDonalds SyFi fights have been 1 Round affairs, so expect nothing else here, he will likely either get a (T) KO win quick, or be submitted. Matt Wills has never seen Round 2 in his career, he is 8-2, and either got a submission or was upended, once by Arn Anderson via Submission in Round 1, and once by Harald Knochmal a 1st Round KO. So the task will be hard for McDonald, who needs to keep it standing while punishing Wills.

Friday:
Now, let's go day by day:
Main Event:
265+ Arn Anderson v Galactor Gigantus
the fighter we just heard about Arn Anderson, for the first time since February will not be fighting for the belt, after loosing to McDonald, while many thought a rematch was a done deal, SFC Owner Boble Lineman stepped up and held word with Matt Wills, that he will get the title shot, so Anderson will get the next best thing, a Friday Main Event, with the winner receiving a title shot. This is a rematch of the twos title fight back in July, when Anderson got a 1st Round Submission against a tired Gigantus. Let's see, if this time Gigantus can keep it standing this time, Gigantus beat Yaroslev by TKO after the title fight loss, and with a win tonight also would claim a shot at the belt.
This sure is a heavyweight battle, and an intriguing matchup.

Co-Main Event:
145 Jazz Clementine v Marcos Santana

Two fighters, that met before will face each other in this one. Back in May Jazz Clemtine won the vacant 145 belt, when he faced 4-0 Santana, a fight, which lasted only 43 seconds. Clemtine used his powerful standup, to deny the Brazilian any takedowns, and got a quick win. Will this be repeatable, since then both fighters had some tough times, Clementine lost his belt to Kishimoto, and also lost a rematch, lately he got upended by the russian fighter, whose name no one can pronounce. Santana on the other hand went 2-2. loosing to Zieske recently, a fighter on his way to a title shot. Both will look to get their career back on track here.

The Main Card presents us Mosi Kondo v Damian Anderson at 170, a battle of 2 ranked fighters, Kondo has taken SyFi by storm, going 3-0 and remaining unbeaten so far, a Muay Thai specialist he'll face boxer Anderson(6-3), a EFA veteran, in his SyFi debut. Don't expect this one to last long, it's gonna be a stand up war. In other action at 145 Zieske will try to make it 7 wins in a row, and get a title shot at next weeks title fight winner. Long in the waiting Zieske is a submission artist, he'll face 4-3 SyFi debutant Ramazan Jainar, expectations are a quick win for Zieske, who many see as the most classy fighter in the division.
Watch out also for Lotus Flower trying to make it 4 wins in a row in a 135 battle with Paulie Greene.

Saturday:
With the Main Event the 170 title fight, let's look at the Co-Main Event and more 265+ action this week, when Maxim Popov faces Wladimir Yaroslev, 2 fighters that want to break through, Yaroslev recntly lost to Galactor Gigantus, and is 1-3 in his last 4 fights, many think this may be one of his final chances to get going at SyFi. Maxim Popov recently broke a 2 fight loosing streak, when he ended the unbeaten streak of Kimi Loiri, he had the feeling of being submitted by challenger Matt Wills before. Look for a stand-up battle here.

This already shows, that the Saturday card lacks a bit of depth, on the Main card, Deklek Sitsongrit faces Steph Curry at 155. Deklek, an exile Sitsongrit fighter, who kept his name, is 7-4 (3-2 at SyFi) recently broke a 2 fight loosing streak, when beating Chakrii Weechasangram in a name battle. A veteran Muay Thai fighter, Steph Curry, a talented Muay Thai fighter, this is gonna be a clinch war and kick battle likely, Curry is 4-3, but after a shaky start has put on a 3 fight win streak, which he likes to keep going.
In 170 action Ariel at Night will make his 2nd appearance under new management, and will look to rebound from an earlier loss, against Alvey Kulina, his opponent Pahani Julmu also enters on a 2 fight loosing streak, with a draw before. He is more balanced and can fight on all levels, but it is clear both fighters need a win to keep their careers going back in the right direction.
In the undercard watch, look for Chicken Destroyer making his 2nd SyFi appearance, after an easy sub win first time out. The unbeaten talent is one to keep your eyes on,

Sunday:
The card on Sunday has more depth as you can see in the 205 Co-Main Event Blake Phoenix v Rohith Sharma, Phoenix (11-3) reentered the SyFi rankings with a win over Mujahid Jackson, and is destined to get on top a division, he wanted to rule before a loss to Pablo Spezziale. After Spezzialle failed to win the title, Phoenix now is back on track, but Sharma will be a tough test, 5-0, with 4 wins at Torcida, he is the first of many Torcida refugees to step in the SyFi cage, a precision standup allrounder, he will give Phoenix a great battle, both fighters are used to go the distance, so expect a long lasting fight of the Night contender.

The Main Card serves us 155 action when Mark Henderson faces Jerry Jacobs, Henderson is 10-5, and for the first time will fight in regular action, he was one of many island products to make it to regular fighting. He lost in the 3rd Round of the 155 tournament and is a BJJ specialist. Jacobs (6-4) is another Torcida project, he had some up and downs there, the veteran Muay Thai fighter will look to keep this standing, and only has 1 submission loss so far. At 205 ranked fighter Boogie Rollins will try to make it 5 in a row, when facing 5-0 Antonovich, an unbeaten talent, that makes a huge step up in class. Rollins entered the rankings when he beat Isiah Cooley, now he wants to confirm his class against Antonovic. Perhaps this is a bit early for the youngster, but Antonovich has all KO power, and can upend anyone with a big bang.
Also at 205 Krit Leekpai and Mujahid Jackson look to rebound from losses, in our future watch look for 4-0 Hip Hop, perhaps the biggest talent at 265, he looks so dangerous, with 3 Kos at SyFi, and now he will face Torcida veteran Mike Holmes jr.

Thats it, let's go to action brought to you by Combat Wombat, your Sydney stop for clothes and Laundry......

20 Aug 18 - SyFi - Power Rankings and Upcoming Fights
Sydney Fights a look into the title Race (Updated: 08/21)

135:
Champion: Yodsawan Sitsongrit (8-2)
1. Sanka Coffie (7-1)
2. Dieselnoi Por Pramuk (9-3)
3. Pekka Pikkarainen (8-3)
4. Wayne Williams (7-3)
5. Brain Fog (8-4)
6. Furious Munchkin (4-1)
7. Korean Kimchi (7-4-1)
8. Lotus Flower (4-2)
9. Brandon Kay (7-4)





NR(yet to debut): Uchimura Nakata (7-1), Kento Ban Gbus (6-2-1)(switch from 135)

Title Fight:
tbc Yodosawan vs. Coffie

Key Fights:
24/08 Flower vs. Greene (3-1)
29/08 Nakata vs. Kimchi
02/09 *Pramuk vs. Williams
08/09 Kay vs. Morad



145:
Champion: Daichi Kishimoto (11-2)

1. Илья Муромец (10-2)
2. Philip Zieske (6-1)
3. John Mills (6-2)
4. Kai Perkins (4-3)
5. Jazz Clementine (7-4)
6. Henry Bickle (4-0)
7. Chris Cyborg (8-7)
8. Marcos Santana(6-3)
9. Joca Carioca (6-4-1)








NR: (inactive):
NR(not debut yet): , Hokuto Akira (6-1) (switch from 155), Mickey Munday (4-1), Ruben Nevez (10-4), Chief Cheyenne (12-1), Bente Log(8-4), Petdee Sitsongrit (8-2)

Title Fight:
01/09 Kishimoto vs. Илья Муромец


Key Fights:
24/08 Clementine vs. Santana
24/08 Zieske vs. Jainar (4-3)
24/08 Cyborg vs. Arlovski (3-2)
25/08 Log vs. Dante (5-5)
02/09 Bickle vs. Beats (5-5)
07/09 Cheyenne vs. Nevez
08/09 Mills vs. Munday
08/09 Carioca vs. Fatiman (8-6)



155:
Champion: Bernardo de Barros (9-2)
1. Xavier Merlin (9-3)
2. Jorghino Marcelo (6-2)
3. Deklek Sitsongrit (7-5)
4. Gennady Golovkin (8-4)
5. Phillip Moore (5-2)
6. Vernehri Ahma (5-0)
7. Killian Armstrong (7-1)
8. Njazim Bardakci (8-3)
9. Evan Page (6-4)


NR(no fight yet): Geanluca Lorezon (10-4)


NR (due to inactivity):

Title Fight:
02/09 De Barros vs. Merlin

Key Fights:
22/08 Page vs. Law (5-2)
25/08 Deklek vs. Curry (4-3)
02/09 Bardakci vs. Moore
05/09 Marcelo vs. Lorenzon
05/09 Golovkin vs. Armstrong









170:
Champion: Roy Whittaker(7-0)
1. Kevin Daughtrey (11-2)
2. Gideon Navarro (8-1)
3. Ross Warring (8-2)
4. Facundo Galley (7-3)
5. Thor Odinson (5-2-1)
6. Akira Harada (8-4)
7. Hosep Grigorian (6-2)
8. Aley Kulina (5-3)
9. Mosi Kondo (4-0)




NR yet: Power Shark (10-4),Chakrii Weecharangsan (5-1) , Steve Butabi (14-2), Damian Anderson (6-3)

Title Fight:
25/08 Whittaker vs. Navarro

Key Fights:
22/08 Nurmageeb(6-4) vs. Shark
24/08 Kondo vs. Anderson
24/08 Kulina vs. Banks (3-2)
01/09 Odinson vs. Weecharangsam
05/09 Warring vs. Butabi
05/09 Grigorian vs. Jyre (8-2)
12/09 Galley vs. Harada



185:
Champion: Wayne Benning (9-2)
1. Iso Paa (7-1)
2. Dan Gee (13-1)
3. Michel Colluci (8-0)
4. Arthur Menezes (7-4)
5. Alexis Anderson (7-4)
6. Ciro di Marzio (6-4)
7. TJ Goodard (8-4)
8. Ayn Rand (6-4)
9. Man Itizer (10-7)



NR: (yet to debut):), , Joey Hatton (13-4) (FA), Christopher Ball (11-3), Kaz McStafferson (9-6), Jacob Rees Moog (12-1), Johnny Truth (10-2)

Title Fight:
02/09 Benning vs. Paa

Key Fights:
22/08 Itizer vs. Killbach (7-4)
26/08 Goldberg vs. Chief Stalker (6-6)
31/08 Gee vs. Moog
01/09 Goodard vs. Anderson
01/09 McStafferson vs. Ball
08/09 Truth vs. Resende (8-4)
12/09 Rand vs. Harden (5-2)



205:
Champion: Melvin Comeau (14-4)

1. Mister McNasty (10-3)
2. Corey Smith jr. (7-1)
3. Bann Harrow (8-1)
4. Dai Zexi (9-2)
5. Marky Mark (10-4)
6. Blake Phoenix (12-3)
7. Jamison Cassidy (6-1)
8. Ibrahim Camara (9-7)
9. Boogie Rollins (5-1)


NR(yet to debut): Rohit Sharma (5-0), George Lambton (9-4)

Title Fight:
08/09 Comeau vs. McNasty

Key Fights:
26/08 Phoenix vs. Sharma
26/08 Rollins vs. Antonovich (5-0)
01/09 Zexi vs. Smith
01/09 Lambton vs. Majere (5-1)
09/09 Mark vs. Cassidy
09/09 Camara vs. Harrow


265:
Champion: Milton Friedmann (12-3)
1. Santu Avisu Kona (9-1)
2. Rick Piano (13-1)
3. Travis Dillon (8-2)
4. Gyokusho Fujimoto (7-3)
5. Mika Allu (5-1)
6. Lazareus Limbtwister (7-3)
7., Jake Woods (8-1)
8. Sam Sung (6-0)
9. Bill Shorton (8-3)





NR() , Mike Holmes jr. (5-3), Jean-Luc Phaneuf (5-1), More IsMore Ii (7-2), Manu Mikkonen (5-2), Zaurbek Ahmedov (6-3), Rene Duchene (6-3)

Title Fight:
08/09 Friedmann vs. Kona

Key Fights:
22/08 Sung vs. Childress (5-3)
29/08 Dillon vs. Fujimoto
31/08 Payne vs. Limbtwister
31/08 Mikonnen vs. Akhmedov
01/09 Fusco vs. IsMore Ii
08/09 Woods vs. Borrego (5-5)


265+:
Champion: Bob McDonald (8-1)
1. Matt Wills (8-2)
2. Arn Anderson (9-2)
3. Galactor Gigantus (10-1)
4. Jason Harris (7-0)
5. Mongolian Muslim (10-4)
6. DeAngelo Montgomery(3-0-1)
7. Ole Anderson (6-5)
8. Maxim Popov (8-6)
9. Bwana Mbuwka (6-3)





NR yet: , Ross Barkley (8-5)(switch from 265), Vick Venom (10-1)


Title Fight:
26/08 McDonald vs. Wills

Key Fights:
24/08 A. Anderson vs. Gigantus
25/08 Popov vs. Yaroslev
31/08 Montgomery vs. Mkubwa
07/09 Venom vs. Haris
12/09 Muslim vs. Barkley
19 Aug 18 - SyFi - Weekend Recap
Weekend Recap:
It was a weekend, that shocked Sydney Fights, rattled it, and returned it as a new Organisation, the Poster Boy, famous Heavyweight Rick Piano got dethroned by a fighter, that was given zero Chance, Milton Friedman is the new King of Sydney, wearing his crown with a big identity.
But let's go day by day:

Friday:
Fridays Main Event saw Mister McNasty return to his normal self, and bring back the class he showed, when ruling the Light Heavyweight Division, the 205 class saw McNasty defeat previously unbeaten James Cassidy, and earned a likely rematch to get his crown back. McNasty cut Cassidy early on, and from then on domiated with various Head and Body punches, after the 4:00 mark it got worse, Cassidy got knocked down twice, was rocked, and finally got finished when an uppercut send him dreaming, and the flurries afterwards forced the ref to call a stoppage. Mc Nasty dominated, and will prepare for a likely title fight in 3 weeks.
In the Co-Main Event, also at 205, it was Ibrihim Camara, that got the better of Hector Hagoma. Camara now 9-7, finally got a 2 fight win streak going, and will look to establish himself in the 205 power rankings. With both fighters happy in the clinch it was Camara, that did clearly more damage, he dominated in all aspects, and collected the TKO early in Round 2. For Hagoma, under new management, it was the third defeat in a row, likely sending him out, if he can't rebound.
The Main card presented strong performances, at 185 Arthur Menezes and Michel Colluci both got easy wins with 1st Round Submissions, there all ready is talk of the two facing each other would be a great battle.
Other action saw Steve Roach suprise Kazuma Kawubara by a Decision win, and perhaps even more surprising Verni Ahma defeated Fieyro Lermontov, who seems unable to recover from the Akimbo Spice fight, he already shockingly lost. Keep an eye on other winners Yormoza Built and George Peterson.

Fight of the night: Elvis Presley vs Kannissa Kaki
KO of the night: Yormomza Built
Sub of the night: Arthur Menezes


Saturday:
With 2 title fights on the line, the most elusive and attractive happening was the Main Event.
The Arena in Sydney was devided in 2 halfs, the Piano fans, and the Piano haters, being the most controversial figure in SFC, Rick Piano stepped in the cage with his belt, with Cheers and Boos reigning down the Arena. Milton Friedman at that time hardly got attention, well, that should change. The ongoing bets were about how long it would take Piano to KO Friedman, and you couldn't earn a lot betting at under 1 or 2 minutes. But it all came different, Friedman with his 2nd action, before Piano could even look dove for a Takedown, and set the tone, furious Ground and Pound strikes hit the champ for the next 3 minutes, when the referee finally stood them up. But not for long, only one Piano Punch landed(the only one the whole night), before Friedmann took him down again and started a flurry of Ground Strikes. Saved by the bell, Piano looked frustrated, his corner stunned, and when the bell rang for Round 2, it was Friedman, that changed levels again, taking down Piano, 3:30 later it was all done, with Piano never gettin up again, or being able to do anything. Friedman dominated the affair in a crazy way. The celebration for the new Heavyweight Champ was on, and discussions about a possible rematch or a Sanu Kona fight began.

The Co-Main Event, a 205 title fight was overshadowed a lot by the aftermath. Melvin Comeau, making the first defense after beating McNasty presented it's belt, and made a Champion like performance. Marky Mark, No.1 Challenger after beating Dai Zexi in his first SFC fight, never got it going, he rocked Marky Mark in Round 1, and despite being cut looked ok, Marky Mark won the first Round, but just due to more activity, the more dangerous fighter clearly was Comeau. In Round 2 it was a bit more of Melvin Comeau domination, both were happy to keep the fight standing, and Comeau clearly dominated the affair, a clean KO after 1:42 ended the fight, and Comeau could defend his belt.
The Main Card was no sleeper either, Jason Haris made his 265+ debut, and just continued like he did at 265, former challenger Ole Anderson, had a nice first round, taking down Haris, who however kept his composure. Untested on the Ground Haris survived Round 1 against the submission specialist, and then got the better of him in Round 2. A Clean KO win for Haris.
Also at 265+ former Champ Mongolian Muslim returned to form, and stopped his 2 fight skid with a TKO win over Jason Imbert. Brandon Kay had a convincing debut SFC win, and Edgar Avestiyan, the young Armenian returned to winning form at 170.

Fight of the night: Tenshin Segawa vs Batang Timang
KO of the night: Ezekiel Xzavier
Sub of the night: no submission

Sunday:
The Main Event on Sunday served us a rematch at 170 between Kevin Daughtrey and Akira Harada, with the winner likely receiving a shot at next weeks title fight winner. Daughtrey from the beginning made clear that he wanted to dominate Harada, like in the first fight, where he got a 1:59 TKO, well, this time Harada saw the end of Round 1, but he was dominated in the clinch as bad as before. Daugthrey used Head and Body Punches, and it was always a chance for Harada to get out, the damage was done in the clinch. Round 2 started the same , and at the 2 minute mark, it was all Daughtrey dominating the affair. He rocked Harada, and then got the finish. So time for Daugthrey to celebrate, and likely head to his 3rd title fight.
The CO-Main Event saw the first title defense of Yodsawan Sitsongrit, a warrior, that was the one to end Daishi Koishimotos double championship reign. His first opponent was no stranger, as Brain Fog had just lost to Yodsawan before the later became champion. In todays fight, it was stand up all the way, for Yodsawan, who wanted no business with the dangerous submission artist on the ground. Brain Fog was denied often, but not all the time, as he got the fight to the ground on 4 occasions, but never threatened to get that submission. All rounds were domated by Yodsawan in the stand up, and after the championship distance of 5 rounds, his arm was raised, and he could celebrate his ruling of 135.
In the fight before, the next challenger was searched, and Sanka Coffie, in his 2nd SFC fight, faced Pekka Pikarainnen, with the Finn making his SFC debut. Sanka and Pekka, really got the crowd on their feet. A back and forth battle, with Sanka dominant in the clinch, and both fighters not shying away to fight on the ground evolved, Sanka looked for submissions, while Pekka used some ground and pound, in the end it came to the judges, and all had Sanka with a 29:28 battle win.
Other fights saw Facundo Galley win his SFC debut against former title challenger Steve Collins. Wagner Resende complete the only submission win of the night at 185, and John Mills evolve as a 145 contender.



Fight of the night: Kento Ban Gbus vs Logan Lord
KO of the night: Conrad Tama Ginty
Sub of the night: Wagner Resende

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