PAST - FORMER ISCF CHAMPIONS

This directory was created to give respect to the Past ISCF Champions & Their Trainers. It is also to discredit those claiming to be past ISCF Champions and are not. This page is for PAST ISCF Champions that no longer hold their titles.
ALL CURRENT ISCF Champions are listed on their prospected ranking pages. If an individual claiming to be a past ISCF Champion is not listed here or in the ISCF Rankings they were NEVER an ISCF Champion.

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Fighters Who Have Won The
ISCF
MMA World Classic Amateur Tournaments
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  • Tom Aaron
    Troy, Missouri, USA
    A: 6-0, 155, 5'8", 7-13-78, Steve Berger
    • ISCF Amateur United States Welterweight Champion
      • Aaron won his title on November 3rd, 2007 in Sullivan, Missouri, USA when he defeated *Andrew Waters by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all cards.
        • Special Thank You to Andrew Waters who took this fight on two days notice as Challenger Roger Richardson broke his leg on Thursday the 1st of November.
      • Aaron also won the 2007 ISCF World Classic Novice Lightweight Title.
      • The ISCF retired his title on April 5th, 2008, the day after he turned Pro, winning his debut over Travis Sveum and won by Verbal Submission at 1:13 of Round 3.
      • Last Update: 4-5-08.

  • Baltazar "Balti" Acosta
    Cedar Hill, Texas, USA
    8-2-1, 135, 5'10", 8-3-81, James Pham
    • ISCF Amateur United States Champion
      • Acosta won his title on October 11th, 2008 at The Hive Inc.'s "MMA EVOLUTION 10" in Pekin, Illinois, USA when he defeated Donald Harper by Tapout at 1:25 of round 3.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Acosta lost his title on his first title defense on May 16th, 2009 at the Capital Entertainment LLC's "BIKER BATTLE SERIES" event in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA to Jordan Howard by verbal submission from the corner, at 4:10 of Round Three.
      • Last Update: 5-28-09.

  • Shayne "Grizzly" Adams
    Rockford, Illinois, USA
    P: 5-5, A: 1-1, 250, 6', 11-22-71
    • ISCF Pro North Central Regional Champion
      • Adams won his title on April 26, 2008 in Loves Park, Illinois, USA when he defeated Jason Miller via KO at :31 of round 1.
      • ISCF Retired his title due to him be inactive for 1 year.
      • Last Update: 6-11-13.

  • Jacob Allman
    Cullowhee, North Carolina, USA
    6-0, 155, 6', 10-07-85, Blake Queen
    • ISCF Amateur North Carolina Lightweight Champion
      • Allman won his title on September 26th, 2009 in Cherokee, North Carolina, USA, Tribal Wars Promotions, "Proving Grounds" when he defeated Kurtis Cloward by Unanimous Decision, 50-45 50-45 and 50-46.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Allman successfully defended his title on February 19th, 2010 in Goldsburo, North Carolina, USA on the Fight Lab Promotions' "MMA CAGE FIGHTS" when he defeated Kevin Forant by unanimous decision, all three judges scored the bout 50-46.
      • SECOND DEFENSE
        • Allman successfully defended his title again on March 26th, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA on Fight Lab Promotions' "Cage Fights At The Epicenter II" when he defeated Chris Smith by submission by Rear Nake Choke at 1:39 of 1.
      • Allman's Amateur Title was retired when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 8-22-10

  • Lenny Atkinson Jr.
    Laramie, Wyoming, USA
    4-1, 164, 5'10" , 10-7-85, Jason Carley
    • ISCF Amateur Wyoming State Welterweight Champion
      • Atkinson won this title on May 2nd, 2009, Chin Chek Productions' "The Battle For Laramie II", Laramie, Wyoming, USA when he defeated *Arthur Medina by Tap Out 1:22 in round 1.
        • (*) Medina was a late replacement from Nebraska. Although a Nebraska fighter cannot fight for a Wyoming title, it was allowed due to the late change.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Atkinson successfully defended his title on September 11th, 2009 in Laramie, Wyoming, USA on the Chin Ckek Production's BATTLE FOR LARAMIE 3 - AMERICAN PRIDE "Tribute To The Fallen" when he defeated Danny August by tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 59 seconds of Round 1.
      • SECOND DEFENSE
        • Atkinson lost his title on April 17th, 2010 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA to Matthew Cano of Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA by TKO at .32 of Round 1.
      • Last Update: 4-23-10.

  • Joe Ayala
    Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA
    5-0, 150, 5'9", 7-25-82, Russ O Connell
    • ISCF Amateur North Central Regional Champion
      • Ayala won his title on June 9th, 2007 at the "KICKFEST" event in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Jeff Bedner by Submission (Strikes) in round 1.
      • The ISCF retired his title when it was discovered he was a Pro Fighter.
      • Last Update: 5-8-09.


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  • Roy Babcock
    St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
    11-4, 170, 5'10", 5-31-79, Jeremy Whorton & Earl Walker
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Lightweight Champion
      • Babcock won his title on November 17th, 2007, at the Breaking Point Productions LLC, Zero Tolerance VI event in Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA by Forfeit as Kyle Rogers reported to the promoter that he was sick and unable to fight, Thursday night prior to the event. Rogers was hoping to become well enough to fight but he didn't.
      • The ISCF retired his title on December 15th, 2007 when he fought his first Pro Fight and won.
      • Last Update: 1-16-08.

  • David Barrios
    San Jose, California, USA
    4-6, 135, 5'5", 12-23-80, David Velasquez
    • ISCF Pro California State Bantamweight Champion
      • Barrios won his title on October 24th, 2009 in Richmond, California, USA on Paco/LTD Productions' "THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND"
        • This title was won on the scale at the event weigh-ins the previous day when Andrew Valledarez failed to make the required weight by 2 and a half lbs. Regardless, they choose to fight anyway, but the title was not on the line. David Barrios won the bout by Tap out Due to Rear Naked Choke at 3:03 of round 2.
      • The ISCF retired his title on March 8th, 2013 due to inactivity - Had not fought since November 2010.
      • Last Update: 3-8-13.

  • Rudy Bears
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    6-0, AK: 5-1-1/0, 184, 5'11", 11-12-78, Steve Schneider
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Bears won his title on February 3rd, 2007, Kansas City, Missouri, USA: Defeated Will Burns by TKO (Referee Stoppage due to Strikes) at 3:35 of Round One.
      • ISCF Retired Bears's Title when he won his ISCF US Title on March 31st, 2007 in- Independance, Missouri, USA.
      • Last Update: 6-1-07.


  • Rudy Bears
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    6-0, AK: 5-1-1/0, 184, 5'11", 11-12-78, Steve Schneider & Steve Crawford
    • ISCF Amateur United States Middleweight Champion
      • Bears won his title on March 31st, 2007 in Independance, Missouri, USA when he defeated Russell Crandon by majority decision, 39-37 38-38 & 39-37.
      • Bears retired his titles when he turned Pro in mid 2007.
      • (Last Update: 10-10-07)

  • Jeff Bedard
    Buford, Georgia, USA, 13-3, 140, 6'4", 2-6-70, Team GA FS
    • ISCF Pro South East U.S. Lightweight Champion
      • Bedard won his title on August 7th, 2004, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Aaron Williams by Unanimous Decision.
      • ISCF retired his title when he had been inactive for over 17 years. 11-5-2011 to 4-22-2013
      • Last Update: 4-22-2013

  • Billy (William) Benz
    Olathe, Kansas, USA, *15-7, (11-7) 135, 5'5", 1-25-89, AJJ & Self,
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Bantamweight Champion
      • Benz won his title on April 120th, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Mark Thomlinson of Joplin, Missouri, USA by Unanimous Decision, 48-45, 47-46 and 47-46.
      • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
      • ISCF retired his title when he turned Pro in March of 2015.
      • Last Update: 3-10-15

  • Lee Bowman
    Gillette, Wyoming, USA, 10-0, 142, 5'6", 3-12-90, Mario Ramirez
    • ISCF Amateur Wyoming State Featherweight Champion
      • Bowman won his title on April 17th, 2010 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA, Elite Combat Productions LLC's "BATTLE FOR THE BELTS" when he defeated Arnold Mata of Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA by Unanimous Decision, 40-35, 40-35, 40-35.
      • ISCF retired Bowman's Amateur title when he fought pro on March 12th, 2011.
      • Last Update: 8-31-11


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  • Alvin Cacdac
    San Jose, California, USA, 17-12, 125, 5'5", 7-6-83, David Velasquez
    • ISCF Pro West Coast Bantamweight Champion
      • Cacdac won his title on October 24th, 2009, Richmond, California, USA, Paco/LTD Productions' "THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND" when he defeated Bryant Munoz by TKO at 2:34 of round 1 due to strikes.
      • 12-8-16: Having never been challenged and never defending his title ISCF Retired the title when they were informed Cacdac had moved down in weight to 125.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 12-5-12


  • Raymond Camp
    Stuart, Florida, USA, 7-1-1, 170, 6', 10-14-82, Din Thomas
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Welterweight Champion
      • Camp won his title on May 26th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Solomon Maldonado by Decision.
      • 12-5-12: Daniel Donaldson of American Top Team, Manager and Coach of Raymond Camp e-mailed the ISCF today to announce that he is retiring Mr. Camp's amateur title since he is preparing to turn PRO.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 12-5-12

  • Matthew Cano
    Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA, 4-2, 165, 5'10", Leroy Lueero
    • ISCF Amateur Wyoming State Welterweight Champion
      • Cano won his title on April 17th, 2010 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA, Elite Combat Productions LLC's "BATTLE FOR THE BELTS" when he defeated previous Wyoming State Champion Lenny Atkinson Jr. of Laramie, Wyoming, USA by TKO at .32 of Round 1.
      • The ISCF Retired Cano's title when it was announced he would make his Pro Debut on June 23rd, 2012.
      • Last Update: 6-25-12

  • Chris "Kamikaze" Cariaso
    San Francisco, California, USA, 17-8, 137, 5'4", 5-27-81, Bunkerd Faphiamai
    • ISCF Pro Bantamweight World Champion
      • Cariaso Won title on October 24th, 2009, Richmond, California, USA, Paco/LTD Productions' "THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND" when he defeated Rolando Velasco by TKO at 3:17 of round 2 due to strikes.
      • The ISCF Retired his title in 2016, after he retired from MMA.
      • PHOTO
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 11-22-16

  • Kyle Carver
    St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
    13-2, 134, 5'9", 3-26-89, Jeremy Whorton
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Champion
      • Carver won his title on February 2nd, 2008 at the MID-MO MMA Association, MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6 in Moberly, Missouri, USA when he defeated Trevon Ewing by Tap out (Arm lock via leg Triangle) at 2:08 of Round 1.
      • The ISCF Retired Carver's title when they discovered he had fought as a Pro on 9-11-2010 and had never informed the ISCF.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 10-5-10.

  • Marcelo Castaneda
    Lakeland, Florida, USA
    Coconut Creek, Florida, USA, P: 1-0, 9-1, 134, 5'3", 1-10-89, Master Liboro
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Flyweight Champion
      • Castaneda won his title on April 20th, 2013, Orlando, Florida, USA when he defeated Shawn Valentin by Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.
      • The ISCF Retired Cook's title when he turned Pro on February 1st, 2014.
      • Last Update: 12-11-05.

  • Kevin Cook
    Lakeland, Florida, USA
    5-3-1, 5'6", 189, 9-10-73, Ross Kellin
    • ISCF Pro United States Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Cook won his title on September 21st, 2002 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Steve Headden when Headden's corner threw in the towel, ending the match.
      • The ISCF Retired Cook's title when they discovered he had retired.
      • Last Update: 12-11-05.

  • John Cornett
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    7-4, 205, 6'2", 1978, Steve Crawford
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Cornett won his title on March 10th, 2006 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Robert Bishop of Grand Rapids, Minnesota by TKO at :21 seconds of the First Round.
      • ISCF Retired Cornett's Amateur Title when he turned Pro on August 4th, 2006.
      • Last Update: 8-28-06.

  • John "Mutt" Corstorphine
    Orangevale, California, USA
    P: 8-7, A: 2-0, 168, 5'11", 11-29-84, Mike Rumsey & James Fanshier
    • ISCF Pro California Welterweight Champion
      • Corstorphine won his title on September 5th, 2009 in Roseville, California, USA on the Stand Up Fighters' event, "INITIAL IMPACT" when he defeated Justin Holdas by TKO when Holdas' when Holdas' corner stopped the bout between the 1st and 2nd round due to a cut on Holdas' cheek.
      • ISCF Retired Corstorphine's Title due to inactivity on November 20th, 2013
      • PHOTO
      • Last update: 11-20-13

  • Matt Cox
    Blue Springs, Missouri, USA
    8-2, 222, 6'2", 3-14-71, Steve Crawford
    • United States Heavyweight Champion
      • Cox won his title on September 16th, 2006 in Grandview, Missouri, USA when he defeated Jason Ramey by Tapout at 3:01 of Round One.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Cox successfully defended his title on May 5th, 2007 in Kansas City, Missouri, USAwhen he defeated Jason Ramey by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:58 of Round 1.
      • ISCF Retired Cox's US Title due to inactivity and it was approved by his Trainer.
      • Last update: 2-12-08.

  • Steven Cox
    Independence, Missouri, USA
    P: 1-0, 7-1, 135, 5'5", 9-7-87, Larry Reyes & Phil Jones
    • Central Regional Bantamweight Champion
      • Cox won his title on April 3rd, 2007, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Brian Snelling by TKO (Referee Stops Contest Due To Strikes) At 1:33 Of Round 2.
      • ISCF Retired Cox's Amateur Title when he turned Pro in 2007.
      • Last Update: 1-5-08

  • Muhsin Corbbrey
    Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA
    • 2002 South East Regional "NO GI" -GRAPPLING- LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT Champion
    • ISCF Retired Corbbrey's Amateur Title when they discovered he turned Pro.
    • Last Update: 8-1-08.

  • Kevin Croom
    Columbia, Missouri, USA, 10-1, 145, 5'11", 7-18-88, Rob Hulett
    • ISCF United States Featherweight Champion
      • Croom won his title on June 28th, 2008 in Sedalia, Missouri, USA on First Blood MMA, "Sedalia Smackdown" when he defeated previous Champion William Joplin in a title Defense by Referee Stops Contest (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:06 of Round 1.
      • ISCF Retired Croom's Amateur Title when they discovered he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 6-26-09.

  • Aalon Cruz
    Tampa, Florida, USA, 5-1, 145, 6', 9-20-89, Daniel Hurtado De Mendoza
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Featherweight Champion
      • Cruz won his title on May 26th, 2012, Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Justin Kerlin by Decision.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Cruz lost his title in his first defense on September 29th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA to Chris Walker by Unanimous Decision Judges scores 29-27, 29-28, 29-28.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 10-10-12


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  • Keith Dace
    England
    • ISCF Pro Super Heavyweight British Champion
      • Dace won his title on April 22nd, 2001 in North Hampton, England when he defeated Adrian Wild by submission.
      • As of this posting, Dace is still an active MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 10-22-01.

  • Dustin Davis
    Laramie, Wyoming, USA, 4-0, 135, 5'11", 2-18-88, Jason Carley
    • ISCF Wyoming State Bantamweight Champion
      • Davis won his title on September 11th, 2009 in Laramie, Wyoming, USA on the Chin Ckek Production's BATTLE FOR LARAMIE 3, AMERICAN PRIDE "Tribute To The Fallen" when he defeated Dameon Baker of Rawlins, Wyoming, USA by Tapout due to Belly Down Armbar at 1:37 of Round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Davis successfully defended his title on April 17th, 2010 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA when he defeated Matthew Manzanares of Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:15 of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired Davis's title on January 8th, 2013 after announcing the title may be retired on October 5th, 2011 due to inactivity. Davis's last bout at time of ISCF's decision was on August 21st, 2010.
      • Last Update: 1-8-13

  • Jeremiah Denson
    Grain Valley, Missouri USA, 13-2, 154, 5'10", 2-13-90, Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Lightweight Champion
      • Denson won his title on April 6th, 2012 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA on True Fight Fan's, "Clash in the Cage 173" when he defeated Travis Ford by Tap Out (Arm Bar) at :13 seconds of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired Denson's title on May 4th, 2012, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he won the United States Title when he defeated Johnathan - John - Ford, by Tap Out (Guillotine) at 1:40 of Round 3.
      • Last Update: 5-9-12.

  • Jeremiah Denson
    Grain Valley, Missouri, USA, 13-2, 153, 5'10", 2-13-90, Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur United States Lightweight Champion
      • Denson won his title on May 4th, 2012 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA on True Fight Fan's, "Clash in the Cage 173" when he defeated Johnathan - John - Ford, by Tap Out (Guillotine) at 1:40 of Round 3.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Denson was scheduled to defend his title on April 5th, 2013 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA against Eric Grant (Olathe, Kansas, USA, 9-3). However, on Friday prior to the scheduled bout, ISCF Representative Chuck Wolfe informed the ISCF that Denson was having problems trying to cut weight. This was confirmed when Wolfe informed the ISCF, "Eric Grant won the title by forfeit. Jeremiah Denson never showed up to weigh-in."
      • Last Update: 4-8-13.

  • Bill Dieckhoff
    Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, 13-3, 265, 6'4", 5-6-86, Ryan Dudney
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Heavyweight Champion
      • Dieckhoff won his title on August 24th, 2007 in Moberly, Missouri, USA on "Mid-MO Fight Show 3" when he defeated James Lucas at 2:51 Round 1 by Tap out.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Dieckhoff successfully defended his title on September 27th, 2008 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA on the The RAGE OF KC's "RAGE OF KC" when he defeated Steve Tabor by Tap Out (Rear naked choke) at :14 of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired Dieckhoff's title on 10-26-09 and placed him in the ISCF Pro inactive ranks due to his inability to address his database suspension:
        • (***) SUSPENDED: May 11th, 2009: Before approved and allowed to fight again Mr. Dieckhoff needs to address the 2 Pro bouts in 2008 listed on his MMA Database HERE. If not Pro, ISCF needs a letter from the event promoter stating such. Also, Mr. Dieckhoff needs to contact the MMA Database people at stats@mixedMartialArts.com to make the correction if these listed Pro bouts were indeed Amateur. Mr. Dieckhoff must get the Pro Bouts removed from his MMA Database bio before approved and allowed to fight again. If not removed by JUNE 12th, 2009, ISCF will move Mr. Dieckhoff to the Pro Rankings and review the possibilities of fines and suspensions related to the 5 Amateur fights he had after his first listed Pro bout.
      • Last Update: 10-26-09.

  • Bradley DeSir
    Shrub Oak, New York, USA, 5-2, 185, 5'10", 3-4-87, Jim Wright
    • ISCF Amateur North Carolina State Middleweight Champion
      • DeSir won his title on February 19th, 2010, Goldsburo, North Carolina, USA, Fight Lab Promotions' "MMA CAGE FIGHTS", when he defeated Adam Dehart by Submission (Arm Bar) at 1:59 of round 5.
      • ISCF retired DeSir's title when he turned professional.
      • Last Update: 12-13-11.

  • John "J.T (John Taylor)" Donaldson,
    Livermore, California, USA, 9-7, 2nd Database, MT: 3-0, 144.9, 5'9", 7-9-92, Dan Black
    • ISCF Amateur Pacific Rim Featherweight Champion
      • Donaldson won his title on August 23rd, 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA when he defeated Anthony Rivera by Tap Out due to Kimura at 1:53 of round 1.
      • ISCF retired Donaldson's title when he turned professional in August of 2015.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 8-19-15

  • John Duever
    Ballwin, Missouri, USA, 7-2, 159, 5'11", 1-5-83, Benny Voyles
    • ISCF Amateur United States Lightweight Champion
      • Duever won his title on March 8th, 2008 at the Extreme Fight Party, Adams Mark Hotel in St Louis, Missouri, USA when he defeated Chris Tickle by TKO at 2:15 of the second round.
      • ISCF retired Duever's title when he said he was injured after being challenged. Once healed, he plans to turn Professional.
      • Last Update: 5-11-09.

  • Nolan Dutcher
    USA
    • 2002 South East Regional "NO GI" -GRAPPLING- LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT Champion
    • ISCF Retired Dutcher's Amateur Title when they discovered he turned Pro.
    • Last Update: 8-1-08.


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  • Travis Edwards
    Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 17-7, 236, 6'5", 3-10-79, Jordon Howard
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Heavyweight Champion
      • Edwards' won his title on April 2nd, 2016, Sedalia, Missouri, USA when he defeated Steven Nevels by KO (Due to Strikes) at 1:52 of Round 1.
      • .ISCF Retired his title on April 18th, 2017 due to inactivity since he had not fought since December, 2015.
      • Last Update: 4-18-17


  • Zach Elkins
    Fleming Island, Florida, USA, *10-6, (9-6) 185, 6, 1-22-78, Jamie Harrison
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Middleweight Champion
      • Elkins' won his title on January 26th, 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA on the Suck it Up Fight Promotions' "3rd Annual Fight For The Veterans" when he defeated Brad Taylor by Rear Naked Choke at 2:37 of round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Elkins lost his title on March 1st, 2014 in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA on the Breakthrough MMA's "Spring Break Breakdown" to Brad Taylor by Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 29-28.
      • .Last Update: 5-20-14

  • Evan Esguerra
    Hayward, California, USA, 8-6, AMTR: 25-5, ABX: 7-3, 145, 5'7", 7-13-78, Enn
    • ISCF Pro California Featherweight Champion
      • Esguerra won his title on October 24th, 2009 in Richmond, California, USA on the Paco/LTD Productions' "THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND" event when he defeated Justin Smitley by TKO at 1:00 of round 3 due to strikes.
      • ISCF Retired Evinger Title on 8-28-14 due to inactivity.
      • .Last Update: 8-28-14

  • Rory Evans
    Swansea, Wales, P: 0-1, 6-0, 65.7kg, 5'7", 4-10-93, Chris Rees
    • ISCF Amateur Welsh Featherweight Champion
      • Evans won his title on December 6th, 2014, Swansea, England, United Kingdom when he defeated Gavin Charnock by G&P TKO 2:40 round 1.
      • ISCF Retired Evinger Title when he turned Pro in 2017.
      • Last Update: 4-12-17

  • Chris Evinger, ( Evenger )
    Odessa, Missouri, USA, 5-1, 170, 6'3", 9-3-83, Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Welterweight Champion
      • Evinger won her title on October 5th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA: Defeated Nick Nolte, By Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at :37 of Round 3.
      • ISCF Retired Evinger Title on 9-14-09 due to inactivity.
      • .Last Update: 9-14-09

  • Tonya Evinger
    Oak Grove, Missouri, USA
    2-1, 135, 5'7", 6-4-81, Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Bantamweight Champion
      • Evinger won her title on January 5th, 2007, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when she defeated Jennifer Babcock by TAP OUT (Strikes) at 1:52 of Round One.
      • ISCF Retired Evinger Title when they discovered she had fought as a Pro MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 3-1-2007.


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  • Andy Foster
    Dalton, Georgia, USA, P: 9-2, A: 8-0, 185, 6'2", 1-13-79, Ben Kiker
    • ISCF Amateur East Coast Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Foster won his title on October 25th, 2003 in Dalton, Georgia, USA when he defeated Will Blankenship of Athens, Georgia, USA by Armbar submission at 2:18 of round 1.
      • Foster retired his Amateur Title when he turned Pro on August 2nd, 2004.
      • Andy Foster Vs Will Blankenship - YOUTUBE
        • ISCF President Steve Fossum was one of the commentators on this bout.
      • Last Update: 2-14-05
      • ANDY FOSTER HIGHLIGHT CLIP















  • Jimmy Fowler
    Inman, South Carolina, USA, 6-0, 125, 5'6", 1-21-83, David Lender, Team Revolution
    • ISCF Amateur United States Featherweight Champion
      • Fowler won his title on July 12th, 2008 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Ryan Pederson at 1:22 seconds of round 1 by Tap out by scarf choke.
      • ISCF Retired his title on 4-2-10 when they discovered he turned pro in 2010.
      • Last Update: 4-2-10

  • Joshua Freeman
    Grandview, Missouri, USA, 10-5, 145, 5'7", 10-24-80, Phil Jones, Larry Reyes
    • ISCF Amateur Central USA Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Freeman won his title on April 6th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Willie Mack by split decision, 29-28 28-29 & 30-27.
      • Freeman retired his Amateur Title at Featherweight to move up in weight in January, 2008.
      • Last Update: 1-12-08

  • Travis "Iron Man" Fulton
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
    • ISCF Pro Super Heavyweight United States Champion
      • Fulton won his ISCF Title on August 8th, 1999 in Tempe, Arizona, USA when he defeated Dan Chase by KO at :40 of round 1.
      • Fulton's ISCF Title was Retired when the ISCF could not locate him for a defense.
      • Last Update: 10-22-01



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  • Daniel Gallemore
    Auburn, Kansas, USA, 9-1, 245, 6'5", 6-14-85, Chad Parks
    • ISCF Amateur Mid Central (USA) Regional Champion
      • Gallemore won his ISCF title on February 2nd, 2008, MID-MO MMA Association, MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6, Mr. Ricky Duane Davidson II, Moberly Municipal Auditorium, Moberly, Missouri, USA: Defeated Wes Osburn, by KO 8 seconds into round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Gallemore successfully defended his title on May 9th, 2009 in Junction City, Kansas, USA on Agoge Entertainment's, "Combative Courage" when he defeated Rob Haney by Armbar at 1:20 seconds of round 1.
      • SECOND DEFENSE:
        • Gallemore successfully defended his title again on March 5th, 2010 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA on The Blue Corners "Ultimate Blue Corner Battles" when he defeated Rob Haney by TKO due to strikes at :33 seconds of round 1.
      • Gallemore's title was retired by the ISCF when he fought his first pro bout in July of 2011.
      • Last Update: 8-31-11.

  • Jay Gilbey
    England
    • ISCF Pro *Welterweight England Area Champion
      • Gilbey won his ISCF title on November 26th, 2000 in North Hampton, England when he defeated Shaun Mahaffey by submission in round 1.
        • (*) Under the old ISCF Weightclasses, this title was fought as a Light Middleweight title.
      • Gilbey's title was retired by the ISCF due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 8-24-09.


  • Jay Gilbey
    England
    • ISCF Pro Light Middleweight British Champion
      • Gilbey won his ISCF title on April 22nd, 2001 in North Hampton, England when he defeated Martin Ruddock by submission.
      • Gilbey's title was retired by the ISCF due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 8-24-09.

  • Chris Goodwin
    Novelty, Missouri, USA, 12-3-1/3, 205, 6'4", 6-29-79, Michael Prebe
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Goodwin won his ISCF Title on the "Mid-MO Fight Show 3" on August 24th, 2007 in Moberly, Missouri, USA when he defeated Matthew Gragg at 1:52 Round 2, TKO Due to strikes.
      • Goodwin retired his title when he moved up to Heavyweight on 3-25-08.
      • Last Update: 3-25-08.

  • J.D. Gould
    Boise, Idaho, USA, 3-0, 155, 5'10", 11-19-84, Nate Pettit
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho State Lightweight Champion
      • Gould won his title on July 25th, 2008 in Boise, Idaho, USA on Idaho Fight League's "IDAHO FIGHT LEAGUE LIVE ONLINE" when he defeated Brandon Hempleman in Hempleman's first defense of the title by KO :32 seconds in the first round.
      • ISCF retired his title when they discovered he had turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 4-22-09.

  • Eric Grant
    Olathe, Kansas, USA, 13-4, (11-4) 155, 6'1", 8-14-91, Calen Born
    • ISCF Amateur United States Lightweight Champion
      • Grant won his title on April 5th, 2013 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA by Forfeit when previous title holder Jeremiah Denson, never showed up to weigh-in.
      • ISCF retired his title when Grant turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 6-29-30.

  • Ryan Green
    Springfield City, Missouri, USA, 4-1, 225, 6'1", 5-16-86, Zane Davidson
    • ISCF Missouri State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Green won his title on August 23nd, 2008 in Springfield, Missouri, USA on the "ICEBREAKER" event when he defeated John Asbury by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at 1:45 of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired his title on September 13th, 2010 due to inactivity - Last bout 2008.
      • Last Update: 9-13-10.

  • Anthony Gutierrez
    Lee's Summit, Missouri, USA, 16-3, 135, 5'10", 9-28-90, Larry Reyes
    • ISCF Missouri State Bantamweight Champion
      • Gutierrez won his title on November 6th, 2009 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA on True Fight Fan L.L.C.'s "Fight to the Finish II" when he defeated Cody Peterson by Tap Out (Leg Triangle Choke) at 1:05 of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired his title on February 24th, 2011 when they discovered he had turned pro 2 weeks earlier.
      • Last Update: 2-23-11.


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  • David Hammons
    Eldorado Springs, Missouri, USA, 13-11, 6'4", 232, 5-22-90, Jeb Chiles
    • ISCF Amateur *Mid Central Regional Cruiserweight Champion
      • Hammons won his title on May 7th, 2011 in El Dorado Springs, Missouri, USA on the Partridge Productions' "Collision In The Cage 11" when he defeated James Keith by Tap Out (Guillotine) at 1:20 of Round 2.
      • ISCF retired Hammons' title due to inactivity (9+ Months) on August 21st, 2013.
      • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Center of the Central Time Zone: Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa & Illinois.
      • Last Update: 8-21-13

  • Donald Harper
    Washington, Illinois, USA, 10-6, 135, 6'2", 5-15-89
    • ISCF Amateur *North Central Regional Bantamweight Champion
      • Harper won his title on April 12, 2008 on The Hive Inc. "MMA EVOLUTION VII" in Pekin, Illinois, USA when he defeated Jonathan "JR" Christenberry by Tap out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:06 of round 1.
      • ISCF retired Harper's title when he turned pro in March of 2013.
      • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Center of the Central Time Zone: North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa & Illinois.
      • Last Update: 5-4-13

  • Brandon Hawkins
    Little Rock, Arkansas, USA, 5-0, 185, Living Defense Martial Arts
    • ISCF Amateur South Central Middleweight Champion
      • Hawkins won his title on March 17th, 2007 in Monroe, Louisiana, USA when he defeated Jeremiah Riggs by corner submission 3:19 of the third round.
      • ISCF retired Hawkins title on August 27th, 2009 when it was discovered he had been inactive.
      • Last Update: 8-27-09.

  • Steve Headden
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA
    • ISCF Pro South East U.S. Middleweight Champion
      • Headden won his title on March 16, 2002 in Augusta Georgia, USA when he defeated Shaun Gay of Valdosta, Georgia, USA by submission at 23 seconds of round 1.
      • Headden retired his title on October 25th, 2003 when he won the ISCF Pro Middleweight World Title.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.

  • Steve Headden
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, P: 8-7, A: 2-1, 185, 6', 12-10-68
    • ISCF Pro Middleweight WORLD Champion
      • Hoppes won his title on October 25th, 2003 in Dalton, Georgia, USA when he defeated Shannon Ritch of Tempe, Arizona, USA by verbal submission from strike at 1:42 of round 1.
      • Having never been challenged for his title, and having not fought in over a year, the ISCF and Mr. Headden choose to retire his title in November of 2008.
      • Last Update: 11-29-08.

  • Brandon Hempleman
    Jerome, Idaho, USA
    2-3, 155, 5'6", 3-5-87, Carl Sklavos & Curtis Yergensen
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho State Lightweight Champion
      • Hempleman won his title on March 15th, 2008 on the Apex Xtreme Engagement LLC - "NIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS" in Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA when he defeated Bobby Earley by Figure Four choke at :53 Seconds of Round 3.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Hempleman lost his title in his first defense on July 25th, 2008 in Boise, Idaho, USA on the Idaho Fight League's IDAHO FIGHT LEAGUE LIVE ONLINE, to JD Gould by KO :32 seconds in the first round.
      • Last Update: 10-3-08.

  • Kent "Norseman" Hensley
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA
    9-3, 196, 6', 6-15-69, Dennis Palmer
    • ISCF Pro USA East Coast Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Hensley won his title on December 7th, 2001 when he defeated Jared Pettitt of Huntsville, Alabama by TKO when Pettitt didn't answer the bell for round 2.
      • The ISCF Retired Hensley title when they were told he was Retired.
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      • Last Update: 12-11-05.




  • Anthony "FLUFFY" Hernandez
    Dunnigan, California, USA
    11-1, 2nd Listing, KB: 1-0-1,184, 6', 10-18-93, Jim West, (916) 517-2538
    • ISCF Amateur West Coast Middleweight Champion
      • Hernandez won his title on July 20th, 2012 in Reno, Nevada, USA on "Ultimate Reno Combat 34" when he defeated Blake Smee by TKO at 1:11 of round 3 due to ground and pound.
        • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Pacific Time Zone of Washington, Oregon, California & Nevada.
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      • The ISCF Retired Hernandez title when he turned Pro on September 13th, 2014.
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      • Last Update: 9-15-14




  • Michael 'Brent' Hess
    Alexandria, Virginia, USA
    10-1, AM KB: 14-0/3, 145, 5'7", 6-25-85, Mike Hess, Mi-Ki-Do Martial Arts
    • ISCF Amateur East Coast Featherweight Champion
      • Hess won his title on August 22nd, 2009 in Washington DC, USA (Squared Circle Promotions - Valley Fight League's, VFL 20) when he defeated Thad Benton by submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:43 of round 4.
      • ISCF retired Hess' title when he turned Pro on 10-8-11.
      • Hess' name is BRENT Hess, however, for unknown reasons, he changed it to MIKE Hess during the later years of his Amateur fight career.
      • Hess also won the ISCF Amateur MMA World Classic twice in a row, 2008 and 2009.
      • Last Update: 1-5-12.

  • Nicole Hess
    Alexandria, Virginia, USA, 3-2, AKB: 19-0/6, 121, 5'3", 8-19-87, Mike Hess
    • ISCF Amateur Flyweight United States Champion
      • Hess won her title on August 22nd, 2009 in Washington DC, USA at the Squared Circle Promotions, Valley Fight League's, VFL 20 when she defeated Krissy Barrett by submission (Armbar) at 1:55 of round 1.
      • Photo after win at Right.
      • ISCF retired Hess' title when she had been inactive for 17 months.
      • Last Update: 2-18-12.

  • Jim Hoog
    Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA, 3-1, 195, 6'3", 1-22-88, David Diquillo
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Hoog won his title on November 10th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Robert Castellano by Unanimous Decision, 28-29, 27-30 & 27-30.
        • Although Hoog and Castellano agreed weeks prior to the bout to come in no heavier than 195, Castellano failed to keep his word on this. His failure to do so meant he lost the title on the scale. The two fought anyway and Hoog won.
      • Hoog retired the title on Thursday, December 6th, 2012. When asked why, he answered, "I am considering only a few more fights as an amateur. My goal is to become the middleweight champion before I end my amateur career."
      • Hoog had to come up in weight from his usual Middleweight - 170.1 to 185 lbs.
      • ISCF moved him back down to Middleweight after he announced he was to retire this title.
      • Last Update: 12-7-12.

  • John Hoppes
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA
    Russ O'Connell
    • ISCF Amateur Iowa State Light Middleweight Champion
      • Hoppes won his title on November 23rd, 2002 in Waterloo Iowa, USA when he defeated Roy Praza.
      • Hoppes retired in 2003
      • Last Update: 12-11-05.

  • Jordan Howard
    Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 9-3, 135, 5'8", 3-11-90, Rob Howard
    • ISCF Amateur United States Bantamweight Champion
      • Howard won his title on May 16th, 2009 in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA at the Capital Entertainment LLC's "BIKER BATTLE SERIES" when he defeated previous Champion, Baltazar "Balti" Acosta by verbal submission from the corner at 4:10 of Round Three.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Howard successfully defended his title on February 27th, 2010 in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA on the Capital Entertainment's, "Battle At The Capital 8" when he defeated Shane Denton by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:01 of Round One.
      • The ISCF retired Howard's Amateur USA title when he turned Pro in June of 2010.
      • Last Update: 10-5-10.



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  • Kenneth Trey Johnson
    Shawnee, Kansas, USA, *11-2, (9-2) 185, 6'2", 5-3-93, Dustin Garrens
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Johnson won his title on April 120th, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Timehin Babalola of Kansas City, Missouri, USA by Split Decision, 47-48, 48-47 and 48-47.
      • ISCF Retired Johnson's Amateur title when he turned pro on May 17th, 2014.
      • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
      • Last Update: 5-25-14

  • Robert Jackson
    Belton, Missouri, USA, 9-0, 170, 6'1", 4-5-86, Steve Crawford
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Welterweight Champion
      • Jackson won his title on November 2nd, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri when he defeated Chris Evinger, ( Evenger ) by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:08 Of Round One.
      • ISCF Retired Jackson's Amateur title when they discovered he fought pro in June of 2008.
      • Last Update: 1-27-09.

  • Jett Jones
    Overland Park, Kansas, USA, P: 0-2, A: *17-9, (16-9) 185, 6'2", 2-16-87, Self
    • ISCF Amateur MID Central USA Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Jones won his title on December 9th, 2011 in Slater, Missouri, USA on the Arni MMA's "X-Treme X-Mas Wars" event when he defeated Alex McKinney, Marshall, Missouri USA, 12-1, by Tap Out (Leg Triangle) at 1:03 of Round 2.
        • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Center of the Central Time Zone: Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa & Illinois.
      • ISCF Retired Jones' Amateur title when they discovered he fought pro in June of 2013.
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      • Last Update: 8-30-13.

  • William Joplin
    Columbia, Missouri, USA
    10-6, 145, 5'7", 9-18-78, Joshua Daily
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Joplin won his title on February 2nd, 2008, MID-MO MMA Association, MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6, Moberly, Missouri, USA: Defeated Caleb Paffrath by Tap out (Guillotine Choke) at 2:02 of Round 1.
      • His title was retired when he won the ISCF US Amateur Featherweight title on March 29th, 2008
      • Last Update: 4-4-08.

  • William Joplin
    Columbia, Missouri, USA
    11-8, 145, 5'7", 9-18-78, Joshua Daily
    • ISCF Amateur United States Featherweight Champion
      • Joplin won his title on the "MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 7" on March 29th, 2008 in Moberly, Missouri, USA when he defeated Brian Jordan by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choker) at 3:04 of Round 3.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Joplin lost his title on the First Blood MMA, "Sedalia Smackdown" on June 28th, 2008 in Sedalia, Missouri, USA to Kevin Croom when Croom won by Rear Naked Choke at 2:06 of Round 1.
      • Last Update: 7-7-08.

  • Brian Jordan
    Sedalia, Missouri, USA
    7-5, 145, 5'7", 7-28-83, Self
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Jordan won his title on July 18th, 2008 in Independence, Missouri, USA on the The Blue Corner event when he Defeated Chad Vandenberg by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at :52 of Round 3.
      • ISCF retired his title on 10-7-10 when they were informed he had not fought since 2008.
      • The Pro bout listed on Brian Jorda MMA Database record is an AMATEUR bout. The listing is an error by the MMA Database. There was no Pro MMA in Missouri in 2007.
      • Last Update: 10-7-10.


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  • Josh Karney
    Independence, Missouri, USA
    6-4, 193, 6'1", 10-22-85, Brad Jones
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Karney won his title on February 3rd, 2007, Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Michael Glenn by TAP OUT (Guillotine) at 1:25 of Round One.
      • Karney retired his titles when he turned Pro in mid 2007.
      • Last Update: 10-10-07.

  • Andrew Kaupplia
    Rawlins, Wyoming, USA, 9-4, 155, 6', 6-16-85, Dameon Baker
    • ISCF Amateur Wyoming State Lightweight Champion
      • Kaupplia won his title on August 21st, 2010 in Larimie, Wyoming, USA on Chin Chek Promotion's "Battle For Larimie III - "Lighting Strikes" when he defeated Lenny Atkinson Jr. by TKO, at 2:43 seconds of round 1.
      • ISCF retired his title when he had been inactive for 1 year (1-21-12 / 1-23-13) and had never defended the title.
      • Last Update: 1-23-13

  • Bryce Kay
    Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 16-1, 170, 6'3", 12-18-86
    • ISCF Amateur United States Lightweight Champion
      • Kay won his title on May 16th, 2009 in Jefferson City, Missouri, USA on Capital Entertainment LLC's "BIKER BATTLE SERIES" when he defeated Joseph Salas by TKO at :18 of Round Two.
      • ISCF retired his title when he moved up in weight to 170.
      • Last Update: 8-31-11.

  • Todd Kiser
    Muncie, Indiana, USA, Ron White
    • ISCF Amateur Middleweight Indiana State Champion
      • Kiser won this title on April 14, 2001 in KoKomo, Indiana, USA when he defeated Chad Wagoner by TKO in round 1.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Kiser lost his title to Darrell Smith by rear naked choke at 2:25 of the 1st round in Indiana on October 22nd, 2001 in Kokomo, Indiana, USA.
      • TITLE STRIPPED
        • 11-13-06: Sadly to say, this bout was long before the ISCF did fighter background checks. When this bout was booked, Kiser had already fought 6 PRO Bouts. Even more surprising though was that his opponent, Chad Wagoner was also a PRO Fighter who also had fought 6 Pro Bouts.
        • Since BOTH fighters were Pro, the title was VOIDED as an Amateur title. However this was not discovered until November of 2006. Too bad the Promoters did not book this as a PRO MMA TITLE. If so, the title would have been Legit.
        • Still not knowing the above the ISCF allowed Kiser defended his "Amateur" title, fighting as a PRO again against fellow Pro fighter, Darrell Smith. Kiser lost this defense to Smith by rear naked choke at 2:25 of the 1st round in Indiana on October 22nd, 2001. However again, the title was void since BOTH were PROS. Thank goodness the ISCF now does full Fighter Background checks.
      • Last Update: 11-13-06.

  • Danny Klick
    Independence, Missouri, USA, 10-1, KB 22-2-1, 205, 6'2", 12-24-93, Phil Jones
    • ISCF *Mid Central Regional Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Klick won his title on July 6th, 2012 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Darien Blakney by Tap Out (Strikes) at :50 of Round 1.
        • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Center of the Central Time Zone: Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa & Illinois.
      • Klick's title was retired after being inactive over 1 year on August 5th, 2014.
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      • Last Update: 8-5-14


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  • Ricardo Lamas
    Oak Brook, Illinois, USA
    P: 13-2, A: 1-0, 155, 5-21-82
    • ISCF Pro North Central Regional Lightweight Champion
      • April 26, 2008, Loves Park, Illinois, USA: Defeated Cal Ferry via Guillotine Choke at 4:50 of round 4.
      • ISCF Retired Lamas's title on 4-22-13 when it was clear he moved down in weight and would no longer be fighting at 155.
      • Last Update: 4-22-13

  • 'William' Shad Lankford
    Seneca, Missouri, USA
    4-1, 145, 5'8", 9-7-73, Bane Fighting Club
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Champion
      • Shad won his title on MAY 5th, 2007 in Columbia, Missouri, USA when he defeated Daniel Chavez, by Split-Decision, 30-27 29-28 & 28-29.
      • Shad Retired his title on 6-25-08 when he informed the ISCF he had just fought his pro debut.
      • Last Update: 6-25-08.

  • Rob Lilly
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    6-0, 165, 5'8", 1-18-69, Steve Crawford, American Top Team
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Welterweight Champion
      • Lilly won his title on April 15th, 2006, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA when he Defeated Rick Wymer by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all 3 judges cards.
      • ISCF Retired Lilly's Title 16 months after winning his it due to inactivity having never fought again after he won it.
      • Last Update: 8-28-06.



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  • Solomon Maldonado
    Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA, 7-2-1, 155, 5'8", 10-14-87, Joe Pernia
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Lightweight Champion
      • Maldonado won his title on November 10th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Joel Valentin by Majority Decision, 30-27, 29-29 & 29-28.
      • ISCF had retired Maldonado's title on June 12th, 2014 when they discovered he had not fought in over 15 months.
        • Upon his return to the cage on August 16th, 2014, the ISCF reinstated his title since no one else had requested to challenge for it.
      • ISCF Retired Maldonado's title for good after 19 months of inactivity.
      • Last Update: 2-18-16


  • Jesse (Marco) Martinez
    Caldwell, Idaho, USA, 7-0, 169, 6'4", 2-10-86, Chris Reyna
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho State Welterweight Champion
      • Martinez won his title on May 2nd, 2009 in Caldwell, Idaho, USA, Full Contact Inc.'s Xtreme Gladiators when he defeated Tommy Turner by tap out due to rear naked choke.
      • ISCF Retired Martinez title when they were informed he was no longer fighting.
      • Last Update: 1-24-11.

  • Joey Marimberga
    Pinson, Alabama, USA
    6-1, 135, 5'6", 12-31-76, Chris Connelly
    • ISCF Amateur USA Bantamweight Champion
      • Marimberga won his title on September 16th, 2006 in Grandview, Missouri, USA when he defeated Cody Bell, by TAPOUT at :44 of Round Two.
      • ISCF Retired Marimberga's title when they were informed he had fought his first Pro Bout on 3-30-07
      • Last Update: 6-26-07.

  • Eric Marriott
    Oak Grove, Missouri, USA
    15-3-1, 155, 5'7", 8-22-85, Larry Reyes & Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur USA Lightweight Champion
      • Bears won his title on January 5th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Andrew Waters by TAP OUT (Kamora) at 3:04 of Round One.
      • ISCF Retired Marriott Title when he turned Pro in October, 2007.
      • Last Update: 3-1-08.

  • Eric Marriott
    Oak Grove, Missouri, USA
    15-3-1, 155, 5'7", 8-22-85, Larry Reyes & Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Lightweight Champion
      • Marriott won his title on September 8th, 2006 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA: Defeated Derek Brown, by guillotine choke at 2:23 of the first round.
      • ISCF Retired Marriott's title after he won the United States title in the same weight class.
      • Last Update: 10-17-07.

  • Cam McHargue
    Valdosta, Georgia, USA, Joel Chavous
    • ISCF Pro United States Welterweight Champion
      • McHargue won his ISCF title on March 16, 2002 in Augusta Georgia, USA when he defeated Todd Carney of Moundsville, West Virginia, USA by triangle choke at the 1:16 mark of round 2.
      • 8-24-09: McHargue's title has been retired by the ISCF due to inactivity. He last fought on 3-24-2006 when he lost to Kevin Gittemeier on the Wild Bill's Fight Night 1: Bad Blood in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
      • Last Update: 8-24-09.

  • Joe Merit
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Gary Brown
    • ISCF Amateur Light Heavyweight East Coast US Regional Title
      • Merit won his title on February 24, 2001 in Augusta Georgia, USA when he defeated Houston Grant with a Head Kick KO at :43 into round one.
      • TITLE STRIPPED
        • However it was later discovered in 2006 that Merit had never fought as an Amateur MMA fighter. In fact, Merit had fought as a Professional "13" times before his bout with Houston Grant who had "1" amateur fight prior to his fight against Merit. Even more strange, their bout was recorded as a PRO bout, and not an AMATEUR bout. This made Merit's Amateur Title Void.
      • Last Update: 11-14-06

  • Jamie Mether
    Iowa, USA, 10-4, 170, 5'8", 9-7-85, Russ O'Connell, Team Peak Performance
    • ISCF Amateur Iowa State Middleweight Champion
      • Mether won his title at "KICKFEST" on June 9th, 2007 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated previous Champion David Severe by unanimous decision.
      • ISCF Retired Mether's title when they were informed he had fought Pro.
      • Last Update: 1-27-09.


  • Jamie Mether
    Iowa, USA, 10-4, 170, 5'8", 9-7-85, Russ O'Connell, Team Peak Performance
    • ISCF Amateur Iowa State Welterweight Champion
      • Mether won his title on October 7, 2006 at "Kickfest 11" in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Kirk Nielsen by TKO at 1:11 of the 1st round.
      • ISCF Retired Mether's title when they were informed he had fought Pro.
      • Last Update: 2-4-09.

  • Ernesto Meneses
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 8-1, 170, 5'11", 6-23-89, American Jujitsu
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Welterweight Champion
      • Meneses won his title on April 120th, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Jeremy Anderson of Davenport, Iowa, USA by TKO (Strikes) at 2:44 of Round 1.
        (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
      • ISCF Retired Mether's title when he was inactive for over 1 year.
      • Last Update: 12-8-14

  • Joe Miles
    Laramie, Wyoming, USA, 3-5, 170, 5'10", 1-13-81, Jason Carley
    • ISCF Amateur Wyoming State Middleweight Champion
      • Miles won his title on September 11th, 2009 in Laramie, Wyoming, USA on the Chin Ckek Production's BATTLE FOR LARAMIE 3, AMERICAN PRIDE "Tribute To The Fallen" when he defeated Brandon Wiseman, Rawlins by Tapout due to Rear Naked Choke at 2:05 of Round 1.
      • ISCF retired Miles title after he had been inactive for over 11 months, and had never defended it.
      • Last Update: 11-28-12

  • Jason "Mayhem" Miller
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Tito Ortiz
    Moved to Huntington Beach, California, USA, 22-6, 185, 6'1", 12-24-80, Marc Laimon
    • ISCF Pro East Coast Middleweight Champion
      • Miller won his title on December 9th, 2001 when he lived in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He defeated Todd Carney of Moundsville, West Virginia, USA by submission at 2:53 of round 2.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Miller successfully defended his title in a rematch on February 1, 2003, Atlanta, Georgia, USA against Todd Carney when he split open Carney's head with a dropping elbow. Carney's corner threw in the towel due to the excessive blood at 2:31 of round 1.
      • 6-1-2010: Miller's title has been retired by the ISCF for the following reasons;
        1. He was never challenged to defend the title since February 1, 2003.
        2. He no longer lives in the region of the held title.
      • Last Update: 6-1-2010

  • Micah Miller
    Centerville, Georgia, USA
    AM: 5-0, 145, 6'2", 2-14-87, Matthew Waller
    • ISCF Amateur South East Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Miller won his title on February 11th, 2006 in Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Brian Bowles, by flying triangle midway through the third round.
      • ISCF Retired Miller's Amateur Title when he turned Pro In May of 2006
      • Last Update: 5-22-06.


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  • Keaton Nelson
    Nampa, Idaho, USA, 4-3, 135.5, 5'8", 3-3-86, Chris Reyna
    • ISCF Amateur North Mountain Bantamweight Champion
    • Nelson won his ISCF Title on May 2nd, 2009 in Caldwell, Idaho, USA, Full Contact Inc.'s Xtreme Gladiators when he defeated Kyle Bertagnolli by referee stoppage (TKO) due to ground & pound.
    • Nelson had been placed on a Suspension until he responds to why a PRO MMA bout was listed on his MMA Bio Page. He was given until 2-10-10 and never responded. On October 5th, 2010, ISCF elected to retire his ISCF title since he had not fought since May of 2009.
    • Last Update: 10-5-10.

  • Mike Newton
    Unknown
    • 2002 South East Regional "NO GI" JUNIOR LIGHTWEIGHT "Grappling" Champion
    • ISCF Retired Newton's Title when they could not locate him for 6 years to update his status.
    • Last Update: 8-1-08.

  • Nadia Nixon
    Topeka, Kansas, USA, *7-5-1-1, (4-5-1) 115, 5'7", 4-10-81, Stephen Twemlow
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Strawweight Champion
      • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
    • Nixon won her title on April 120th, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when she defeated Molly Welsh of Topeka, Kansas, USA by Tap Out (Strikes) at :37 of Round 1.
    • ISCF Retired Nixon's Title on 10-30-13 when it was announced she would make her pro debut on November 1st, 2013.
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    • Last Update: 9-14-09.

  • Nick Nuila
    Arlington, Texas, USA, 6-1, 170, 5'10", 9-23-81, Self
    • ISCF Amateur South Central Regional Welterweight Champion
    • Nuila won his title on December 8th, 2007, Battle Cage 360 LLC, "Holiday Havoc" Texarkana, Arkansas, USA: Defeated Derrick Krantz by Referee Stoppage due to punches at 3:50 of Round 1.
    • ISCF Retired Nuila's Title on 9-14-09 due to inactivity.
    • Last Update: 9-14-09.


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  • Sheppard Owens
    Blue Springs, Missouri, USA
    6-0, 235, 6', 4-1-80, Steve Schneider
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Heavyweight Champion
      • Owens won his title on January 5th, 2007, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated John Jarvis by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:44 of Round Two.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Owens successfully defended his title on MAY 4th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Cory Rawlings by TKO, Referee stop contest due to (Strikes) at 2:59 of Round 1.
      • Owens retired his titles when he turned Pro in mid 2007.
      • Last Update: 10-10-07.

  • Zachariah 'Zach' Owens
    Nampa, Idaho, USA
    5-3, 166, 6', 2-10-90, Calvin Owens
    • ISCF Amateur Northwest Welterweight Champion
      • Owens won his title on August 7th, 2009, Kuna, Idaho, USA, Idaho Fight League & Confetti Productions' "ULTIMATE NORTH WEST FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2" when he defeated defeated Rolando Davila by rear naked choke at 1:14 in the first round.
      • Owens title was retired when he fought pro on 5-8-2010
      • Last Update: 7-1-10.


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  • Cody Parrish
    Oak Grove, Missouri, USA
    9-0, 165, 5'10", 7-20-84, Steve Crawford
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Welterweight Champion
      • Parrish won his title on July 29th, 2006, Kansas, City, Missouri, USA: Cody Parish defeated Garrett Seimer by Triangle choke submission at :58 of the second round.
      • ISCF Retired Parrish's Amateur Title when he won his ISCF US Title on August 25th, 2006 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Derek Garner, by TKO (strikes) at 1:43 of Round One.
      • Last Update: 10-25-06.


  • Cody Parrish
    Oak Grove, Missouri, USA
    10-0, 165, 6'1", 7-20-84, Crawford's Martial Arts
    • ISCF Amateur United States Welterweight Champion
      • Parish won his title on August 25th, 2006 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he Defeated Derek Garner by TKO (strikes) at 1:43 of Round One.
      • ISCF Retired Cody Parish 's title since he turned Pro.
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      • Last Update: 3-1-08.

  • Jared "The Prodigy" Pettitt
    Georgia, USA, Mark Pettitt
    • ISCF Amateur Light Heavyweight South East US Regional Title
      • Pettitt won his title on June 16th, 2001 in Valdosta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Chris Comer by by strikes (TKO) 2:38 of round 1.
      • Pettiitt retired his title to fight Pro in December of 2001.
      • Last Update: 12-8-01.

  • Robb Philippus
    Marshall, Missouri, USA, 8-1, 235, 5'10", 5-20-82, Jessica Philippus
    • ISCF Amateur United States Cruiserweight Champion
      • Philippus won his title on August 27th, 2010, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, Blue Corner's, Ultimate Blue Corner Battles: Defeated Shane Grant by KO (Strikes) at 2:35 of Round 1.
        • (*) Philippus Won his title under the old HEAVYWEIGHT (205.1-265) division prior to the ISCF creating the Cruiserweight Division (205.1 to 235)
          He elected to stay in the NEW CRUISERWEIGHT Weight Division.
      • Philippus title was retired by the ISCF due to inactivity (Over 15 months) on August 5th, 2014.
      • Last Update: 8-5-14

  • Mike Plazola
    Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA
    11-4, 155, 5'8", 5-23-85, Russ O Connell
    • ISCF Amateur Iowa State Lightweight Champion
      • Plazola won his title on March 10th, 2007 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated *Tory Bogguess, by Tapout at 1:59 of the 1st round.
        • (*) Tory Bogguess, replaced the original opponent ( Nick Anderson ) after Anderson pulled out prior to the event.
          • Although Tory Bogguess never met the requirements to be a title contender, the ISCF accepted him as a title contender since no other Iowa (At the time it was told to the ISCF that he was from Iowa, not Illinois as later discovered) opponent could be found in time to fight Plazola.
          • Since the title was vacant, ISCF allowed this with the understanding that regardless of who won, they would defend the title within 1 year against a legit contender.
      • The ISCF Retired Plazola's title when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 12-21-09.

  • Ken Porter
    St. Louis, Missouri, USA
    18-7, 130, 5'6", 11-25-89, Roger Partridge
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Flyweight Champion
      • Porter won his title on January 22nd, 2011 in El Dorado Springs, Missouri, USA when he defeated Tyler Leonard by Tap Out (Triangle Choke) at 1:30 of Round 1.
      • The ISCF Retired Porter's title on August 30th, 2012 due to inactivity. MMA Database said he had not fought since March of 2011.
      • Last Update: 8-30-12.

  • Shawn Porter
    Spartonburg, South Carolina, USA
    P: 2-4, A: 13-3, 155, 5'4", 11-30-77, Lee Coats
    • ISCF Pro East Coast Lightweight Champion
      • Porter won his title on October 12th, 2002 in Griffin, Georgia, USA when he defeated
        Walter "Peewee" McCall of Valdosta, Georgia, USA by Unanimous Decision.
      • The ISCF Retired Porter title when they discovered he had retired.
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      • Last Update: 12-11-05.

  • Jay Pressley
    Daytona, Florida, USA, 5-2, 124, 5'7", 11-10-89, Mike Vazquez
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Bantamweight Champion
      • Pressley won his title on September 29th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Stephen - Noah - Weed by Unanimous Decision Judges Scores, 30-26, 30-26, 30-27.
      • The ISCF Retired Pressley's title when he turned Pro on July 26th, 2014.
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      • Last Update: 8-1-14

On Thursday night, August 5th, 1999, ISCF Promoters John Scott and Tom Proctor had scheduled to have 5 ISCF Pro United States Title bouts on their event at the Rockin Rodeo in Tempe, Arizona, USA. However, we never received any real results to confirm any of these bouts ever took place. The only 2 result we received back here at the ISCF Headquarters were that Light Welterweight Fighter Kyle Rowley and Super Heavyweight fighter Travis Fulton (Both Listed Below) had each won their ISCF U.S. Title Bouts. However again, no word was given on their opponents or the actual outcome of either of their bouts.

At the time of this event, the IKF had been trying to work with the original Arizona based ISCF group in regards to confirming and organizing ISCF events and Titles. This lack of follow-through was the final deciding factor for the IKF Organization to fully step in and take over full operations and responsibilities of the ISCF Organization which at the time was only doing events in Arizona, USA. The decision was a great move that brought complete organization to the ISCF. It also meant that the organization would get the same needed marketing the IKF had in it's beginning stages and it all paid off. The IKF staff and their associates around the USA took the ISCF concept and developed it into the great organization it is today worldwide. Today, ALL ISCF business must be confirmed through the IKF "AND" ISCF Headquarters in Newcastle, CA, USA. We don't know how many NON CREDITED ISCF Champions there are out there but we do know who are the TRUE ISCF Champions.
You'll find them all HERE ON THIS PAGE.


  • Mike Pyle
    Memphis, Tennessee, USA, Jeff Mullen
    • ISCF Amateur Middleweight Mid-South Regional Title
      • Although they had other bouts during their early years of MMA / NHB, this was the first "SANCTIONED" bout for both Pyle and his scheduled opponent, Quintin "Rampage" Jackson. Pyle won the ISCF Title by Forfeit on November 13th, 1999 in Memphis Tennessee, USA when Jackson weighed in 25 lbs heavy for the title.
        Although Pyle won the title by forfeit, the two still fought and Jackson won by Unanimous Decision.
      • The ISCF retired Pyle's title when he turned Pro in 2002.
      • Pyle went on to have an impressive Pro career including quite a few bouts with some of the top pro Promotions including the UFC, Strikeforce, EliteXC, International Fight League WEC and several others. For his fight bio click HERE.
      • Last Update: 11-14-06.


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  • Paul Reed
    Bristol, England, 21-12-1, 65.8kg, 5'8", 10-17-71, Self
    • ISCF Pro Welsh Featherweight Champion
      • Reed won his title on December 6th, 2014 in Swansea, England, United Kingdom when he defeated Phil Raeburn by Guillotine choke, 1:56 round 1.
      • ISCF retired his title on 11-22-16, awhile after he had stopped fighting.
      • Last Update: 11-22-16

  • Robert Reed
    Orlando, Florida, USA, *10-3, (7-2) KB: 13-0, AB: 3-0, 170, 6'1", 8-23-81, The Jungle
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Welterweight Champion
      • Reed won his title on January 12th, 2013 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Smith Amisial by Unanimous Decision, 29-28, 30-27, 29-28.
      • ISCF retired his title when he turned pro on June 21st, 2013
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      • Last Update: 8-30-13.

  • Dominic Richard
    Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
    5-3, 235
    • ISCF Pro Pacific Northwest *Cruiserweight Champion
      (*) Won title when the Heavyweight division was from 205 - 265.
      • Richard's won his ISCF Title on June 23rd, 2007, in North Vancouver, BC, Canada when he defeated Charles Gonzales by TKO in Round 1.
      • 1-5-11: ISCF retired Richard's title due to inactivity.
        Also, ISCF never had any contact info for him to confirm if he truly was retired.
      • Last Update: 1-5-12.

  • Roger Richardson
    St. Roberts, Missouri, USA
    7-1, 185, 6', 12-3-82, Jason Hensley & Daniel Chavez
    • ISCF Amateur Middleweight Central Regional Champion
      • Richardson won his title on "MID-MO Fight Show 2", June 23rd, 2007 in Moberly, Missouri, USA. He was all set to fight James Bunch. However Bunch was a No Show so Richardson won the title by forfeit.
      • 5-30-08: Mr. Roger Richardson retired from fighting and voluntarily retired his ISCF Central Regional Title.
      • Last Update: 9-26-11.

  • Shannon "The Cannon" Ritch
    Tempe, Arizona, USA, 76-53-1, 5'8", 183
    • ISCF Pro Middleweight United States Title
      • Ritch won his Title on the first ever ISCF Sanctioned Event on May 22nd, 1999 in in Phoenix, Arizona, USA when he defeated David Harris of Arizona at 1:01 by choke.
      • Ritch retired his title on September 28th, 2004 because he has taken a job in Iraq, employed as a Diplomatic Security Agent for the State Department. CLICK Here For Pictures
      • Ritch came out of retirement to start fighting again in 2005.
      • Last Update: 1-20-13

  • Brandon Rondon
    Bossier City, Louisiana, USA, 7-1, 134, 5'6", 6-4-86, Albert Cole
    • ISCF Amateur South Central Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Rondon won his ISCF Title on March 17th, 2007 in Monroe, Louisiana, USA when he defeated Derek Arcement by submission 1:21 of the fourth round
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Rondon successfully defended his title on September 15th, 2007 in Morgan City, Louisiana, USA on the "BATTLEZONE VIII: ERUPTION" event when he defeated Derek Arcement again Via Armbar in Round 1 in a rematch.
      • ISCF Retired Rondon's title on 10-17-08 due to inactivity, having not fought in over a year.
      • Last Update: 10-17-08.

  • Kyle Rowley
    Mesa, Arizona, USA
    • ISCF Pro Light Welterweight United States Title
      • From what we know, Rowley won his ISCF Title on August 5th, 1999 in Tempe, Arizona, USA. However, his opponent and how he won are unknown.
        • See Above Posts for Shannon "The Cannon" Ritch and Tom Proctor.
      • The ISCF Retired Rowley's title when they could not find him.
      • Like Proctor and Pages above, Rowley's Fight Record was in question years after his title was retired. To date, the ISCF and other fight recording sites can not find any recorded record of him fighting in MMA.
      • Last Update: 12-11-05.


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  • David Severe
    Iowa, USA
    3-0, 185, 5'10", 3-24-76, Mike Smith
    • ISCF Amateur Iowa State Middleweight Champion
      • Severe won his title on March 10th, 2007 - Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Jeff Bunger by Tapout at 3:45 of the 1st round.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Severe lost his title in his only defense to Jamie Mether of Iowa at the "KICKFEST"event on June 9th, 2007 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA.
      • Last Update: 9-27-07

  • Phil Shiplett
    Pingree, Idaho, USA, 5-0, 265, 6'4", 1-19-86, Arand Smith
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho State Heavyweight Champion
      • Shiplett won his title on May 10th, 2008 on the Apex Xtreme Engagement LLC, "AXE MMA" in Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA when he defeated Ryan Wagner by TKO at :28 of the first round.
      • ISCF retired his amateur title when they discovered he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 4-22-09.

  • Darrell "The Bulldog" Smith
    Fishers, Indiana, USA, Pro: 16-19-1, AM: 21-5/11, 5'8", 155, 8-16-76, Donnie Michaels
    • ISCF Pro United States Lightweight Champion
      • Smith won his title on August 17th, 2002, in Kokomo, Indiana, USA when he defeated Brian Geraghty of Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA by Unanimous Decision.
        • When Smith won this title in 2002 the weightclasses was the ISCF Welterweight division.
          Later the ISCF adapted to the "Unified" rule weight classes making this division the "Lightweight" division.
      • ISCF Retired Smith's title on September 24th, 2013 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 9-24-13.
  • Darrell "The Bulldog" Smith
    Fishers, Indiana, USA, Pro: 16-19-1, AM: 21-5/11, 5'8", 155, 8-16-76, Donnie Michaels
    • ISCF Amateur Indiana Middleweight Champion
      • Smith won his title on October 20th, 2001 in Kokomo, Indiana, USA when he defeated the former Champion, Todd Kiser by rear naked choke at 2:25 of the 1st round.
      • Smith retired his amateur title to turn Pro.
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      • Last Update: 6-20-02.

  • Andy Stone
    Plymouth, England, 5-0, 66.2kg, 5'9", 08-20-87, Darren Norris
    • ISCF Amateur Southern England Area Lightweight Champion
      • Stone won his title on April 28th, 2012 in Bridgwater, England on the "Cage Fighting Championships" event when he defeated Rikki Gullis by Rear Naked Choke Submission 0:43 round 2.
      • ISCF Retired Stone's title on November 12th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • The Pro Bout listed on Andy Stone's MMA Database is an error. The bout listed was an Amateur bout.
      • Last Update: 11-12-13.

  • Nolan Sules
    Cameron Park, California, USA, 4-5, 155, 5'8", DOB, Overcome MMA, Jim West & Shone Moore
    • ISCF Pro California Lightweight Champion
      • Sules won his title on September 5th, 2009 in Roseville, California, USA, Stand Up Fighters' "INITIAL IMPACT" when he defeated Garett Dugger by Knock OUT at 2:19 of round 4.
      • ISCF Retired Sules' title on September 24th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 9-24-13.


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  • Brad Taylor
    Branford, Florida, USA, 20-9-2, 184, 6'2", 8-8-89, Ronnie Frazier
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Middleweight Champion
      • Taylor won his title on March 1st, 2014 in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA on the Breakthrough MMA's "Spring Break Breakdown" when he defeated previous Champion Zach Elkins by Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 29-28.
      • Taylor's Amateur title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro on May 31st, 2014.
      • Last Update: 8-5-14

  • Fierce Taylor
    Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 18-2-1, 145, 5'6", 11-7-89, Emanuel Peak
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Taylor won his title on April 19th, 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Thai Clark of Kansas, USA by Unanimous Decision, 50-45 all Cards.
        • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
      • Taylor's title was retired by the ISCF due to over a year of inactivity on August 5th, 2014.
      • Last Update: 8-5-14

  • Troy Talavera
    Lees Summitt, Missouri, USA
    7-4, 145, 5'7, 10-12-77
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Featherweight Champion
      • Talavera won his title on December 1st, 2006 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA. Talavera's opponent Eric Akin did not show up for weigh-ins. The ISCF officially awarded the vacant Amateur Featherweight Missouri State Title to Troy Talavera by forfeit.
      • ISCF Retired Talavera's State Title when he won his ISCF US Title on January 5th, 2007, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Derek Arcement by TAP OUT (Armbar ) at 1:24 of Round One.
      • Last Update: 10-25-06.


  • Troy Talavera
    Lees Summitt, Missouri, USA
    7-4, 145, 5'7", 10-12-77, Larry Reyes & Phil Jones
    • ISCF Amateur United States Featherweight Champion
      • Talavera won his title on January 5th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Derek Arcement by TAP OUT (Armbar ) at 1:24 of Round One.
        • ISCF Retired Talavera Amateur Title when he made his Pro debut in 2007.
        • Last Update: 1-5-08.

  • Jason Teeman
    Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    7-1, 185, 5'10", 5-14-79, Steve Crawford
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional Middleweight Champion
      • Teeman won his title on July 14, 2006 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Dominic Brown by Unanimous Decision 30-27, 29-28, & 29-28.
      • ISCF Retired Teeman's Amateur Title when he made his Pro debut in November of 2006 in Junction City, Kansas, USA.
      • Last Update: 11-30-06.

  • Bernard Thomas
    Marshall, Missouri, USA
    16-3, 155, 5'10", 6-7-90, Self, (660) 229-1452
    • ISCF Amateur *Central USA Regional Lightweight Champion
      • Thomas won his title on April 19th, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Chance Thackston of Marshall, Missouri, USA by Unanimous Decision, 48-47, 48-47 and 50-45.
        • (*) This Region includes fighters from the Entire Central USA Time Zone.
      • ISCF Retired Thomas's title due to over a year of inactivity on October 7th, 2014.
      • Last Update: 10-7-14

  • Blaine Thomas
    Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, USA
    11-5, 170, 6'2", 9-11-89

    • ISCF Amateur North Carolina State Welterweight Champion
      • Thomas won his title on February 19th, 2010, in Goldsburo, North Carolina, USA, Fight Lab Promotions' "MMA CAGE FIGHTS": Defeated Bobby Sellers by TKO at :18 of round 4 by submission due to strikes.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Thomas successfully defended his title on May 7th, 2010 in Epicentre, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA on Fightlab Promotions event when he defeated Micah Lail by submission Rear Naked Choke at 1:26 of round 2.
      • Thomas amateur title was retired when he turned pro in June, 2011.
      • Last Update: 8-2-11

  • Din Thomas
    Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA
    25-8, 5'10", 155, 23, 9-28-76, Paul Rodriguez

    • ISCF Pro *Lightweight World Champion
      (*) This was previously the Welterweight title under the original ISCF Weightclasses.
      • Thomas won his title on August 26th, 2000 in Augusta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Jens "The Pulverizer" Puiver (Team Extreme) by heel hook at :35 seconds of round 2.
      • Thomas was the FIRST EVER ISCF Pro World Champion.
      • Thomas held the title until the end of 2011, having never defended it, nor was he ever challenged for it.
      • ISCF retired Thomas title when he stopped fighting for a full 2 years.
      • Last Update: 1-5-12.

  • Nick Thompson
    Fairfield, California, USA, 7-0, KB: 2-0, 204, 6'3", 5-21-88, Excessive Force
    • ISCF Amateur Light Heavyweight West Coast Champion
      • Thompson won his title on March 5th, 2010 in Reno, Nevada, USA at the Rick Collup's "Ultimate Reno Combat 10" when he defeated Memo Vasquez by KO at :22 seconds of round 1.
      • Thompson's West Coast title was retired after he won the ISCF Amateur Light Heavyweight USA title on April 16th, 2010 in Reno, Nevada, USA at Rick Collup's Ultimate Reno Combat "JUDGEMENT NIGHT" when he defeated Jason Graves of Chicago, Illinois, USA by tapout due to arm bar at 1:18 of round 1.
      • Last Update: 4-17-10

  • Nick Thompson
    Fairfield, California, USA
    8-0, KB: 2-1, 204, 6'3", 5-21-88, Dan Stell
    • ISCF Amateur Light Heavyweight United States Champion
      • Thompson won his title on April 16th, 2010 in Reno, Nevada, USA, Rick Collup's Ultimate Reno Combat "JUDGEMENT NIGHT" when he defeated Jason Graves of Chicago, Illinois, USA by tapout due to arm bar at 1:18 of round 1.
      • ISCF Retired Thompson's title on advice of his trainer due to inactivity in October of 2011.
      • Last Update: 10-15-1.

  • James Thorpe
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, LA Boxing - Atlanta
    • ISCF Amateur East Coast Super Heavyweight Title
      • Thorpe won his title on Saturday March 1st, 2003 in Augusta, Georgia, USA by forfeit when his opponent, Bruce Douglas of Douglas Georgia, USA was a no show.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Thorpe defended his title on August 2nd, 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated William Waite (VMAS) TKO :14 seconds of Round 1.
      • Thorp's Amateur Title was retired in 2004 when he turned Pro.
      • Last Update: 12-6-04

  • Tim Thurston
    Langley, British Columbia, Canada
    8-5, 170, 5'8", Revolution Fight Team
    • ISCF Pro British Columbia, Canadian Welterweight Champion
      • Thurston won his title on November 25, 2005 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when he defeated Myles Merola by submission from punches at :50 of Round 3.
      • ISCF Retired Thurston's title when he retired from MMA.
      • Last Update: 1-5-12.


  • Chris "Badboy" Tickle
    Pontioc, Illinois, USA
    5-2, 155, 5'9", 5-13-84, Team Hive, TJ Mohler, (309) 838-5495, - (12-7-07)
    • ISCF Amateur Illinois State Lightweight Champion
      • Tickle won his title on September 29th, 2007 in Bloomington, Illinois, USA when he defeated Tory Bogguess by Tapout at 1:59 of the 1st round.
        • On Mr. Tickle's MMA Database listing, there is a PRO fight listed. However, the bout was an Amateur bout and not a pro bout. FCFighter has yet to change it.
      • Tickle's title was retired by the ISCF when he won a larger title in December of 2007, the Central Regional title.
      • Last Update: 1-15-08

  • Chris "Badboy" Tickle
    Pontioc, Illinois, USA
    6-3, 155, 5'9", 5-13-84, Team Hive, TJ Mohler
    • ISCF Amateur Central Regional lightweight Champion
      • Tickle won his title on December 1st, 2007 on the The Hive Inc, "MMA EVOLUTION VI" in Pekin Dragon's Dome, Pekin, Illinois, USA when he defeated Mike Plazola by Forfeit: Plazola weighed in at 159.0 pounds or 4 pounds over-weight. Plazola was unable to make the 155.0 pound weight limit in time to fight and as a result he was forced to forfeit the fight causing Chris Tickle to be awarded the victory.
        • On Mr. Tickle's MMA Database listing, there is a PRO fight listed. However, the bout was an Amateur bout and not a pro bout. FCFighter has yet to change it.
      • ISCF Retired Tickle's title on May 8th, 2008 when they were informed he fought on a pro show the prior weekend in Champaign Illinois.
      • Last Update: 5-8-08.

  • Danny Tims
    Independence, Missouri, USA
    14-2, 135, 5'6", 12-14-88, American Jujitsu, Steve Schneider
    • ISCF Amateur United States Bantamweight Champion
      • Tims won his title on October 5th, 2007 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Steven Cox By Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:14 of Round 1.
      • Tims' title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro on march 15th, 2007.
      • Last Update: 3-18-08.

  • Ronny Tsutsui Jr
    Vallejo, California, USA, P: 1-1, 9-1-1, AK: 1-1, 154.9, 5'10", 9-16-89, George Tsutsui
    • ISCF Amateur California Lightweight Champion
      • Tsutsui won his title on November 15th, 2014, Trinidad, California, USA when he defeated Matt Chadwick by unanimous decision, 50-45 on all 3 judges cards.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: April 18th, 2015 - Trinidad, California, USA
        Defeated Anacleto Inong (Hoopa, California, USA, 4-2) by Unanimous Decision, 50-45, 48-47 and 49-46.
      • Tsutsui's title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro on 8-20-16.
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      • Last Update: 8-20-16.




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  • Jose Vega
    Knob Noster, Missouri, USA
    9-2, 135, 5'6", 9-9-85, Self
    • ISCF Amateur WORLD Bantamweight Champion
      • Vega won his title on July 12th, 2008 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Chris Maurath at 2:51 second of round 1 by Tap out with modified triangle choke.
      • Jose Vega Makes ISCF History as he becomes the FIRST EVER ISCF AMATEUR WORLD CHAMPION.
      • Vega's title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro in 2008.
      • Last Update: 6-26-09.

  • Jose Vega
    Knob Noster, Missouri, USA
    9-2, 135, 5'6", 9-9-85, Self
    • ISCF Amateur United States Bantamweight Champion
      • Vega won his title on March 29th, 2008, "MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 7" in Moberly, Missouri, USA when he defeated Kyle Carver by Tap Out due to (Frontal Choke) at 2:16 of Round 1.
      • Vega's title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro in 2008.
      • Last Update: 9-29-08.


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  • Chris Walker
    Cocoa, Florida, USA
    6-0, (5-0) 145, 5'7", 8-10-83, The Jungle
    • ISCF Amateur Florida State Featherweight Champion
      • Walker won his title on September 29th, 2012 in Melbourne, Florida, USA when he defeated Aalon Cruz by Unanimous Decision Judges scores 29-27, 29-28, 29-28.
      • Walker's title was retired by the ISCF due to nearly 1 year of inactivity on January 16th, 2015 - Had not fought since January 25th, 2014.
      • NOTE: The TWO PRO bouts listed on Walker's MMA Database page ( Click Here ) are NOT "THIS" Chris Walker's bouts. There are quite a few Chris or Christopher Walker's in the database and because some sanctioning organizations do not submit full fighter stats (Mainly date of Births) when submitting to the database, a lot of fighters with the same or close names as others are always getting mixed up. To see all the Chris or Christopher Walker's in the database Click HERE
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 1-16-15

  • Jay White
    Centralia, Missouri, USA
    9-4, 155, 5'7", 4-17-81, Self, (702) 449-8456 & Jeff Powell
    • ISCF Amateur Missouri State Lightweight Champion
      • White won his title on February 2nd, 2008 on the MID-MO MMA Association's "MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6" in Moberly, Missouri, USA when he defeated Joshua Freeman by Tap out (Ankle lock) at 2:36 of round 2.
      • White's title was retired by the ISCF when he turned pro on September 11th, 2010.
      • Last Update: 10-12-10.

  • Michael Wells
    Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA
    5-3, 134, 5'9", 1-19-85, Jared Emfield
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho State Bantamweight Champion
      • Wells won his title on March 15th, 2008 at the Apex Xtreme Engagement LLC, "NIGHT OF THE CHAMPIONS" in Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA when he defeated Justin Erickson by Tapout at 1:14 of Round 2.
      • Wells title was retired by the ISCF on November 5th, 2010 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 11-5-10.

  • Jonathan "Lock and Load" Wiezorek
    Valdosta, Georgia, USA, James Corbett
    • ISCF Pro Super Heavyweight East Coast US Regional Champion
      • Wiezorac won his ISCF title on June 24th, 2000 in Valdosta, Georgia, USA when he defeated previous ISCF Champion, J. J. Wilson when he applied a rear naked choke, forcing the referee to stop the match when Wilson was unable to tap out.
      • Last Update: 10-22-01.

  • Jonathan "Lock and Load" Wiezorek
    Valdosta, Georgia, USA, James Corbett
    • ISCF Pro United States Heavyweight Champion
      • Wiezorac won his ISCF title on April 12th, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated John Dixon at At 2:36 of the second round by tapout. This was previously the SUPER Heavyweight title under the original ISCF Weightclasses.
      • 8-24-09: Wiezorek's title has been retired by the ISCF due to inactivity. His last fight was on 11-10-2007 when he fought on the EliteXC: Renegade event and lost to Antonio Silva.
      • Last Update: 8-24-09.

  • Joe Wilk
    Manhattan Kansas, USA
    7-1, 155, 5'9", 4-12-82, John Menke
    • ISCF Amateur Lightweight WORLD Champion
      • Wilks won his title on March 2nd, 2007, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Eric Marriott via Guillotine choke at 1:55 of Round 1.
      • Wilks title was retired by the ISCF when he fought a pro bout in the Fall of 2007.
      • Last Update: 11-29-07.

  • Craig Wilson
    Scotland, 2-1/2, 77kg, 23, FreeFight Cambridge Gym
    • ISCF Pro Light Heavyweight England Area Champion
      • Wilson won his title on November 26th, 2000 in North Hampton, England when he defeated Michael Cole by submission in round 1.
      • As of this posting, Wilson is still an active MMA Fighter.
      • Last Update: 10-22-01.

  • Craig Wilson
    Scotland, 2-1/2, 77kg, 23, FreeFight Cambridge Gym
    • ISCF Pro Light Heavyweight British Champion
      • Wilson won his title on November 18th, 2001 in North Hampton England when he defeated Shain Tovell of England by Tap Out from an armbar at 1:10 of the first round.
      • 8-24-09: Wilson's title was retired by the ISCF due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 8-24-09.

  • J.J. "Killer" Wilson
    USA, Elbert Maddox
    • ISCF Pro Super Heavyweight East Coast US Regional Champion
      • Wilson won his title on Saturday, February 12th, 2000 in Augusta Georgia at one 1 minute and 47 seconds into the third round when his opponent, Jack Nilsson stopped the bout due to exhaustion.
      • FIRST DEFENSE
        • Wilson lost his title to Jonathan Wiezorac (See above) on June 24th, 2000 in Valdosta, Georgia, USA when Wiezorac applied a rear naked choke, forcing the referee to stop the match when Wilson was unable to tap out.
      • Wilson retired in 2001
      • Last Update: 12-11-05.

  • Jesse Wolf
    Odessa, Missouri, USA
    7-2, 155, 5'8", 12-1-87, Dominic Brown
    • ISCF Amateur Central USA Regional Featherweight Champion
      • Wolf won his title on September 8th, 2006 in Grain Valley, Missouri, USA when he defeated Cody Bell by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all 3 Judges Cards.
      • ISCF Retired Wolf's title after he would not reply to various title challenges in 2006 & 2007.
      • Last Update: 3-31-07.

  • Brad Wright
    Christiansburg, Virginia, USA
    7-0, 169, 5'9", 10-16-79, Tim Mannon
    • ISCF Amateur Eastern Regional Welterweight Champion
      • Wright won his title on January 27th, 2007 in Rome, Georgia, USA when he Defeated Nate Jolly by Unanimous Decision.
      • ISCF Retired Wright's Title when he turned Pro on July 20th, 2007.
      • Last Update: 8-1-07


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  • Joshua Zabokrtsky
    Topeka, Kansas, USA, A: 11-3, 185, 6', 7-4-88, Scott Heston
    • ISCF Amateur Middleweight United States Champion
      • Zabokrtsky won his title on May 31st, 2008 - Moberly, Missouri, USA at the "MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 8" when he defeated Ian Warren by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:00 of Round 1.
      • Zabokrtsky's amateur title was retired by the ISCF when it was discovered he fought his first pro bout on June 19th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 8-27-09.

  • Cody Ziemer
    Caldwell, Idaho, USA, 6-1, 158, 5'10", 10-31-84, Calvin Owens
    • ISCF Amateur Idaho Lightweight Champion
      • Ziemer won his title on May 2nd, 2009 in Caldwell, Idaho, USA on Full Contact Inc.'s Xtreme Gladiators when he defeated Ryan Turner, Boise, Idaho, USA by referee stoppage by TKO.
      • Ziemer's amateur title was retired by the ISCF when it was discovered he fought his first pro bout on August 18th, 2009.
      • Last Update: 1-13-10.

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