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WEDNESDAY, April 30th, 2008, AT 10:20 PM, PT


SCHEDULE UPDATE





This weekends ISCF MMA World Classic Schedule of events has been updated.
To review please click HERE!






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Local Iowa
ISCF MMA Tournament Fighters
In The News

ISCF & IKF Promoter and Trainer Russ O'Connell (Right) of Waterloo, Iowa will be busy this weekend with several Amateur MMA fighters from his club as they go for the ISCF Gold at this weekends ISCF MMA World Classic. O'Connell will also serve as local press for the event as well.

Rock 108 (107.9) - www.rock108.com is doing an interview with Russ and some of his fighters tomorrow morning at 9:20 AM. Listen to DJ Brian Marshall to win tickets to the show on May 3rd. Brian will be selecting some of the winners to upgrade their tickets. They will also be doing a live broadcast from the US Cellular Center on Saturday between 4:30 and 5:30 PM between the two Saturday sessions and they are doing a crowd welcome before one of the Saturday sessions.

Radio station KRNA (94.1) - www.KRNA.com is also doing another interview with Russ and some more of his fighters at 3:30 PM.
They will be doing a crowd welcome during the Sunday night Championship Event.

Event ads have been running on both stations all week including KHAK - www.KHAK.com.






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Results From Breaking Point Productions'
"Zero Tolerance"
April 26, 2008 - Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA



From ISCF Representative Chuck Wolfe:

  1. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Aaaron Sprouse Vs Mike Shelton
    WINNER: Sprouse by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:26 of Round 1.

  2. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Milne Vs Brett Powell
    WINNER: Powell by Referee Stops due to (Guillotine Choke) at :25 of Round 1.

  3. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Dustin Wilson Vs Billy Barton
    WINNER: Barton by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at :50 of Round 1.
  4. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Adam White Vs *Craig Kelly
    WINNER: White by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at 1:13 of Round 1.
  5. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Shawn Mcconnell Vs Zach Elder
    WINNER: Elder by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:11 of Round 1.

  6. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Mike Jaggers Vs Matt Baker
    WINNER: Baker by Referee Stops due to (Guillotine Choke) at 2:18 of Round 2.

  7. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Paul Sanchez Vs Sean Oliphant
    WINNER: Sanchez by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:51 of Round 1.
  8. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Matthew Price Vs A J Van Camp
    WINNER: Van Camp by Tap Out due to (Strikes) at 2:15 of Round 2.

  9. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Jeff Karsten Vs Jason Shields
    WINNER: Sheilds by Tap Out due to (Arm Bar) at 2:59 of Round 1.

  10. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Josh Lyon Vs Chris Ashley Bennett
    WINNER: Bennett by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at :53 of Round 1.

  11. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    *Joshua Johnston Vs Chris Evinger
    WINNER: Johnston by Unanimous Decision, 30-27 all cards.



MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Capital Entertainment's
"THROWDOWN AT THE UPTOWN"
April 26, 2008 - Rolla, Missouri, USA




From ISCF Representative Robert Geiser
"Bravo" Capital Entertainment hosted another outstanding event, this time at the Uptown Theater in downtown Rolla, Missouri. There was standing room only in this former movie theater and those who came for an auctioned packed "show" were Not disappointed. The troop of amazing athletics delivered top notch performance in the 15 MMA bouts showcased to electrify the enthusiastic fans. "Encore" was what the fans where asking for, so to satisfy the high intensity action they crave, Rob Howard and Capital Entertainment will continue to bring the MMA fans of mid-Missouri auctioned-packed, breathtaking drama. So keep your calendar open for their next MMA production coming to a town near you!

  1. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Larry Franklin Vs Ethan Dobkins
    WINNER: FRANKLIN by TAP OUT (Arm Triangle) at 2:39 of Round One.

  2. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Robert Garn Vs Carlos Davis
    WINNER: GARN by TAP OUT (Arm Triangle) at 2:24 of Round One.

  3. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Timothy Wall VS Stacey Johnson
    WINNER: WALL by TAP OUT (Arm Bar) at 1:44 of Round One.

  4. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Raymond Mathenia VS Jason Coleman
    WINNER: COLEMAN by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (KO) at 1:28 of Round One.

  5. WOMEN'S FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Gwen Martin Vs Lacy Kendrick
    WINNER: KENDRICK by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (KO) at 2:23 of Round One.

  6. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Jordan Howard VS Michael Steinhause
    WINNER: Howard by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (KO) at :47 of Round One.

  7. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Austin Hile VS Paul Tindall
    WINNER: HILE by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (KO) at 1:05 of Round One.

  8. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Speer Vs Jeremy Bappert
    WINNER: BAPPERT by UNANIMOUS DECISION 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  9. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Charles Stevens Vs Matt Whittingham
    WINNER: Stevens by DOCTOR STOPPAGE DUE TO DISLOCATED SHOULDER (TKO) at :15 of Round One.

  10. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Kevin Mutch VS Cody Cotton
    WINNER: MUTCH by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (KO) at :11 of Round One.

  11. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Patrick Hill Vs Tony Dooley
    WINNER: DOOLEY by TAP OUT (Guillotine) at 1:23 of Round Two.

  12. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Josh Buckner Vs Jesse Roundtree
    WINNER: ROUNDTREE by TAP OUT (Arm Triangle) at 2:23 of Round One.

  13. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Jesse Irwin Vs Chris Welch
    WINNER: WELCH by TAP OUT (Due to Strikes) at 2:46 of Round One

  14. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Randy Jones VS Brad Wieberg
    WINNER: WIEBERG by TAP OUT (Arm Triangle) at 1:36 of Round One.

  15. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Jacob Kleiss Vs James Whitker
    WINNER: KLEISS by TAP OUT (Guillotine) at :33 of Round One.




TUESDAY, April 29th, 2008, AT 11:10 PM, PT

Friday's ISCF MMA World Classic Tournament
Welcome Dinner


This year the ISCF does not have a Main Event sponsor for the 2nd Annual ISCF World Classic. Because of this, the ISCF has been responsible to finance the entire event on their own which has been a cost of about $30,000. Because of the cost the ISCF had been trying to secure a sponsor to cover the $20 a plate, Friday night Welcome Dinner for the fighters, trainers and officials. However, just this last week, a sponsor ISCF had thought was going to step up, contacted the ISCF to inform them that they will not be able to do it.

This of course put the ISCF in a sticky situation with various choices to make.

  1. Cancel the dinner and just have the fighters draw in the hotel ballroom.
  2. Charge each fighter, trainer and official the $20 fee for their dinner.
  3. Hope to land a late sponsor to cover the entire dinner which will come to about $3,000 - $3,500.00

"Going backwards for the fighters is something I personally don't want to do." Said ISCF President Steve Fossum. "Due to our busy schedule with the ISCF and our other companies such as IKF Kickboxing), we didn't have as much time as we had hoped to, to seek sponsors for the tournament. However, this is not the fighters fault. We would like to keep the same quality as the first ISCF MMA World Classic and if anything, offer everyone more, but never less."

Fossum put his money where his mouth is earlier today as he plunked down $3,000 in cash to Crowne Plaza Five Seasons Hotel Sales Manager, Matthew Kreutner towards the Welcome Dinner to take place on Friday night. The dinner will be free to

Others wishing to attend the dinner can purchase dinner tickets at the same cost of $20.00 each, however, due to the need to pre-plan the dinner, a very limited number (40) of additional dinner tickets will be available for purchase.

The Friday night Welcome dinner will begin at 6:15 PM. After dinner the ISCF will have a special awards session followed by the Fighters Draw, where those fighters who made it to the event and made weight will draw for their tournament seeding. The dinner will include:



ISCF & IKF RESULTS FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND...


Results From G & G Productions'
"RUMBLE IN THE PARK"
April 26, 2008 - Loves Park, Illinois, USA

T.J. Gibson
Is The "NEW" IKF Amateur FCR Heavyweight World Champion.



  1. Amateur Kickboxing (FCR)
    Austin Lewis defeated Christian Runquist via TKO at 1:17 of round 2.

  2. Amateur Kickboxing (FCR)
    Greg Green defeated Shawn Hohol via TKO at 1:51 of round 2.

  3. Amateur MMA
    *Mike Anthony Vs *Jamie Crossno
    Mike Anthony defeated Jaime Crossno via Rear Naked Choke at 2:02 of round 1.

  4. Amateur MMA
    *Eric Huntley Vs *Matthew Sassolino
    Matt Sassolino defeated Eric Huntley via Rear Naked Choke at 1:39 of round 2.

  5. Amateur MMA
    *Chris Zanoni Vs *Jon Nagel
    Chris Zanoni defeated Jon Nagel via Referee Stop to Strikes at 2:43 of round 1.

  6. Amateur Boxing
    Tyrell Boose defeated Doug Frye via TKO at 1:19 of round 2.

  7. Amateur Kickboxing (FCR)
    Non Scoring Exhibition: Jarren Norrell vs. Cole Lenington

  8. Amateur Kickboxing (FCR)
    Josh LaBree defeated Jason Christ via Unanimous Decision, 30-25, 30-25, 30-25.

  9. Amateur MMA
    *Anthony Goodwin Vs Andrew Dostal
    Anthony Goodwin defeated Andrew Dostal via Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  10. Professional Kickboxing (FCR)
    Joe Linenfelser defeated Scott Carlson via KO at 1:14 of round 2.

  11. Professional MMA
    ISCF Heavyweight North Central Regional Title

    Shayne Adams Vs Jason Miller
    Shayne Adams defeated Jason Miller via KO at :31 of round 1.
    Shayne Adams is the ISCF Heavyweight North Central Regional Champion.

  12. Amateur MMA
    *Andrew Navickis Vs Albert "Jimmy" Cresswell
    Albert "Jimmy" Cresswell defeated Andrew Navickis via Doctor Stoppage Due to Cut prior to round 2.

  13. Amateur Kickboxing
    IKF Amateur FCR Heavyweight World Title

    T.J. Gibson defeated Roy Jones via Split Decision, 48-47, 47-48, 46-49.
    T.J. Gibson is the IKF Amateur FCR Heavyweight World Champion.


  14. Professional MMA
    ISCF Lightweight North Central Regional Title

    Cal Ferry Vs Richardo Lamas
    Ricardo Lamas defeated Cal Ferry via Guillotine Choke at 4:50 of round 4.
    Ricardo Lamas is the ISCF North Central Regional Champion.



MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From American Combat Sports'
"American Combat Sports VII - VENGANCE"
April 26, 2008 - Keokuk, Iowa, USA



  1. Amateur Middleweight
    Scott Hoecker 1-0 VS Phillip Schulte 0-1
    Winner: Scott Hoecker 2:40 of round 1 by Tap Out, Rear Naked Choke.

  2. Amateur Lightweight
    Seth Blind 4-3 VS Jarret Kerker 0-1
    Winner: Seth Blind by Majority Decision, 29-29, 30-28, 30-27.

  3. Amateur Lightweight
    Matt Bartholomew 1-0 VS Jacob Meier 0-2
    Winner: Matt Bartholomew at :44 of round 1, Referee Stoppage Due to Strikes.

  4. Amateur Heavyweight
    John Brooks 0-2 Vs Ricky Riddle 1-0
    Winner: Ricky Riddle at :49 of round 2, Referee Stopage Due to Strikes.

  5. Amateur Middleweight
    Matt Bonebrake 2-1 VS Scott Suhr 0-3
    Winner: Matt Bonebrake by Unanimous Decision, 29-28, 29-28, 29-28.

  6. Amateur Lightweight
    Eric Hollis 1-0 VS Beau Whitaker 0-2
    Winner: Eric Hollis at :58 of round 1 by KO.

  7. Amateur Welterweight
    Scott Rossman 0-1 VS J.R. McGlasson 3-2
    Winner: J.R. McGlasson at 1:12 of round 2 by Tap Out.

  8. Amateur Heavyweight
    Paul Booth 2-2 VS Dustin Whitaker 7-1
    Winner: Dustin Whitaker at :41 of round 2 by Referee Stopage Due to Strikes.

  9. Amateur Welterweight
    Tyler Blind 3-1 VS Nate Ames 0-1
    Winner; Tyler Blind at 1:08 of round 2 via Tap Out from Rear Naked Choke.

  10. Amateur Lightweight
    Adam Brady 7-4 VS Michael Picton 1-1
    Winner: Adam Brady at 1:54 of round 1 by Submission from Arm Bar.

  11. Amateur Middleweight
    Mike Porzelius 2-0 VS Dan McGlasson 3-3
    Winner: Mike Porzellius at 1:55 of round 1 via Tap Out Triangle Choke.




MORE ISCF RESULTS...

Results From Shamrock Promotions'
"Midwest Fight Fest"
April 28, 2008 - St. Louis, Missouri, USA




  1. AMATEUR MMA
    Justin Jimenez Vs Jeremy Conner
    WINNER: Justin Jiminez defeated Jeremy Conner by arm bar in the 1st round.

  2. AMATEUR MMA
    Mike Brazzle Vs Antonio Adkins
    WINNER: Mike Brazzle defeated Antonio Adkins by referee stoppage in the 2nd round.

  3. AMATEUR MMA
    Brandon Wisdom Vs Ken Kirby
    WINNER: Brandon Wisdom defeated Ken Kirby by choke in the 2nd round.

  4. AMATEUR MMA
    Vladimir Frankovic Vs Charles Rodgers
    WINNER: Vladimir Frankovic defeated Charles Rodgers by referee stoppages in the 1st round.
  5. AMATEUR Kickboxing
    Becky Gaulet
    defeated Rachelle Monroe by decision.

  6. AMATEUR Boxing
    Zack Skow
    defeated Ben Kirchner by referee stoppage.

  7. AMATEUR Boxing
    Nathan Brinkman
    defeated Torry Davidson by Referee stoppage.

  8. AMATEUR Boxing
    Rubin Marlows
    defeated Mike Shumano by decision.

  9. AMATEUR Boxing
    Kenny Whitney
    defeated Chris Guzman by decision.

  10. AMATEUR Boxing
    Marlon Smith
    defeated Jordan Osmeck by referee stoppage.

  11. AMATEUR Boxing
    Jimmy Donahue
    defeated Sean Graham by referee stoppage.



SUNDAY, April 27th, 2008, AT 3:30 PM, PT


PRECIOUS CARGO...





We don't have to remind any of the OPEN Division Challengers at this next weekends 2nd Annual ISCF MMA World Classic what each of these awards are worth. As someone stated last year, "It's all about the BELT Baby!" Today all these 7 Championship Belts along with lots of other awards, merchandise (ISCF & IBL) and tournament promotional equipment and supplies are being packed in preparation for the 1819.8 mile Road Trip ISCF President Steve Fossum (L) and ISCF Photographer Glenn Berg (R) will embark on about 10:PM tonight. If all goes as planned they will arrive in Cedar Rapids Iowa sometime Tuesday morning and set up the satellite office for the ISCF until after the tournament.

As many did last year, some are probably wondering this year, "Why would they be driving all that way... Can't they afford a plane ticket?" Well, for those of you who have been around the IKF since the 2000 IKF USA Nationals event will remember why they now make the sacrifice to drive to this event as well as all the IKF Tournaments, EVERY YEAR.

At the 2000 IKF Tournament, the events official shipping sponsor, UPS (United Parcel Service) was anything but... Official. They "LOST" ALL of the the IKF National Championship Belts valued at around $8,000.00. They didn't get them back until about 3 weeks after the event, when UPS finally found them. Oh there's a lot more to this story, but that tells enough of the story. "There was nothing worse that year than seeing all those Champions walk away from the ring with a "BORROWED" IKF USA National Champions Belt knowing they had to give it back after a quick picture." says IKF President Steve Fossum. "All those Champions, young and old that fought their heart out that year and were sent home with just a promise that We'll mail your belt to you..." Sure, they all got their belts about 3 weeks later, but they didn't get to come home with them after the event.




"What a crock of an explanation I thought... " continued Fossum "Here these amateurs traveled all this way, fought hard and won the National Title and now had nothing to carry home, let alone raise high above their head when they met those waiting for them at the airport or at the front door. "

Fossum continued, "NEVER AGAIN will I not be able to see the joy on a Champions face as they carry their Champions Belt proudly over their shoulder as they leave for home Monday morning."

This event will change your life in so many ways. The trainers who give their time, effort and knowledge to their fighters with no financial compensation in return. Their sacrifices they make is rewarded when their fighters proudly enter the ring of battle to "Walk The Walk!"

For those who will be in attendance at this years ISCF MMA World Classic Tournament, make sure you make the most of the event. Win or lose, stop and look around at who surrounds you. The greatest Amateur MMA Fighters and their trainers and officials the World has to offer. This will, as always be a Journey where we all find ourselves again. A Journey where we all gather together to see what our sport is all about. A house of our Peers.

When were among our peers for these days, it's as if nothing else around the world matters other than what's happening inside the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids Iowa on May 2nd, 3rd and 4th. There may not be 10,000 spectators in the stands, but those watching are our peers, and they are the only "Critics" we care to have. Those who know what it is like to train hard and "Walk The Walk!" These are the people who will be there this weekend.

Leading up to this Tournament we have told quite a few people about it, as many of you have. Their response? "What's in Cedar Rapids Iowa???" And our response once again, as it was last year has been very simple...

"The BEST AMATEUR MMA FIGHTERS IN THE WORLD!
"Bring It ON!"





Final Notes Before We Leave To The
"2nd ANNUAL"
2008 ISCF
MMA World Classic



2007 Vs 2008

Last year we had 103 Amateur MMA Fighters sign-up for the first annual 2007 ISCF MMA World Classic. This year we have had 118 register. Over time leading up to last years event, that 103 number dropped to 76 on weigh-in day and after weigh-ins we had 58 fighter show up and make weight To Walk The Walk! As of today, we have only lost 17 fighter as compared to those 45 we lost last year. In defense of last years loss, many admitted after the event that they didn't believe it was going to be as good as it was. Doubting the number of awards, competition, organization etc. etc, many thought it best to pass on the first year of this great event. However, many of them signed up for the tournament this year vowing they will indeed show up to "Walk the Walk!"

Here are the records to break for this year set at the 2007 Tournament.

  • There were a total of 46 bouts fought.
  • Of the fights fought, only 11 went the distance for a decision win.
    • Of them, 5 were scored split decisions and 5 were unanimous decisions and 1 was a majority decision.
  • 12 bouts ended by rear naked choke.
  • 11 bouts were stopped by the referees due to Strikes.
  • 6 bouts ended by armbar tapout.
  • 2 bouts ended by triangle choke.
  • 4 ended in other submissions.
  • There were 6 Novice division titles.
    • 1 was won by decision.
    • 1 was won by armbar tapout
    • 2 were won by Referee stoppage due to strikes.
    • 2 were won by choke tapout.
  • The Novice Champions came from the following states:
    • 3 from Missouri
    • 1 from Iowa.
    • 1 from Illinois.
  • There were 6 Open division titles.
    • 3 were won by decision.
    • 3 were won by choke tapout.
  • The Open Champions came from the following states:
    • 1 from Missouri.
    • 1 from Oklahoma.
    • 2 from Georgia.
    • 1 from Virginia.
    • 1 from Kansas
  • Only one fight was forced to an additional overtime round. Rodney Borden of Kansas City, Missouri, USA fought Decarlo Johnson II of Chicago, Illinois, USA to a split decision draw, 29-28, 28-29 & 29-29. In their tie breaking 4th round (overtime round) Borden won by split decision.
  • The Championship bout for BOTH the Featherweight Divisions (Open & Novice) ended in the exact same round at the same exact same time, 2:47 of round 1.
  • The quickest victory was in the Novice Light Heavyweight division when Dan Bolden defeated Matt Stuefen of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA by Tapout by rear naked choke at :17 seconds of round 1.
  • Of the overall 103 fighters that signed up, 58 showed up to "Walk The Walk" and fight.
  • Fighters came from the following USA States:
    1. Missouri
    2. Iowa
    3. Nevada
    4. California
    5. New York
    6. Virginia
    7. Texas
    8. Oklahoma
    9. Mississippi
    10. Indiana
    11. Kansas
    12. North Carolina
    13. Illinois
    14. Nebraska
    15. Michigan
    16. Georgia
    17. Colorado
    18. Ohio
    19. Wisconsin
  • Only one fighter attended from outside the USA, Simon Ellis-Toddington of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.

For all the results of the inaugural 2007 ISCF MMA World Classic,
CLICK HERE.




MORE TOURNAMENT NEWS


  • VIDEO Passes
    • Since all the Top ISCF Officials will be in attendance, WE WILL NOT BE FILMING THE BOUTS. If you want to bring in a video camera, the fee for a video pass is $40 and can be purchased on Friday, at Weigh-ins and Registrations or during the event at the ISCF Merchandise Booth. Please do not film from the Fighters PIT area or standing up in front of others at ringside. Those caught video taping without a pass will be escorted from the building and will not be allowed to return for the entire tournament.

  • REGISTERED TRAINERS
    • We are leaving for Iowa tonight, so any cornermen not already registered on this page HERE as of the posting of this article, will be required to pay the full cornerman's registration fee of $25 if you have your own photo (2" x 2") or $35 if we have to take your photo. Please do not tell us you mailed in your photo and form and we should have it when we see you at registrations. AGAIN, whatever you see on the Registered Cornerman's page as of this posting (This includes everything from confirmed trainers to fighter photos needed to fees due), is all we have received here as of this moment.. We will NOT be here to pick up mail all of Tournament week.

  • PHOTOGRAPHY
    • This year like at all of our IKF Tournaments we will have Official ISCF Photographer Mr. Glenn Berg at the tournament to take portrait shots. He will be taking photos throughout the weekend. He will be set-up at his photo booth in the Venue during all 3 sessions. Even if you do not win, "WE" as the ISCF would like to have your photo. You do not have to be a Champion to get your photo taken. We urge EVERY fighter and Trainer, even officials to go see Glenn to get your photo taken for our records. Glenn will stick around well after the event is over to make sure he has captured everyone there.

  • HOTEL ROOM NUMBER CHECK
    • As we have made clear all along ALL FIGHTERS located more than 50 miles away from the hotel are required to stay in the Host Hotel. At your first check-in point at Friday's registration, each fighter will be required to give to the first ISCF Official, their room number, show their key and confirmation receipt of the Host hotel. If you are not staying in the Host Hotel, you will be asked to book your room (If any left) and return to registrations with your room number. There is a VERY Good reason for this.
      • At some of our past IKF Tournaments we had Fighters get injured in their bout and we needed to contact their parents who were not in the venue at the time of their bouts. Also at some past tournaments we had some fighters we needed to locate due to bout changes but we could not find them in the event room or in the hotel because they were at another hotel sleeping. Due to these issues causing a lot of problems, we do not want to face such issues again. This is why this is a MANDATORY RULE now for ALL FIGHTERS!


  • FIGHT VENUE - "ARENA!
    • The venue is the U.S. Cellular Center and when you see it, it will be motivating for everyone. When the fighters take the stage next weekend they will truly feel like a championship fighter's who has arrived at "The SHOW!" The mighty Cage for this weekend is NEW and only used 1 time (this past weekend in Illinois). It is larger than last years and is a 24' circle with an outside catwalk. We have made the decision to only use one cage so that everyone can watch each bout as they happen. This was mainly a decision helped out by the various Pro Event scouts that have confirmed will be in attendance. When we say there is not a bad seat in the house, we truly mean it! And there is PLENTY of room for EVERYONE! No cramped venue here, but than again, we always make sure you all have room to move... From ringside to the top of the balcony, any spectator will be able to watch the action with ease. We have plenty of warm-up area for trainers and fighters that will be separated from the Fight arena with a floor to ceiling drape. This warm-up area will have several large wrestling mats for warm-up. Although the host hotel is attached, also located in the arena are showers for all our event participants and a seating area for those who wish to eat while at the venue. As noted, don't forget that the arena is simply an elevator ride from your room so there is no need to travel by car or walk to and from your room to the fight arena.

  • FIGHTER SAFETY!
    • Like at our IKF Tournaments, our main concern for all the fighters is "Fighter Safety". We have an excellent staff of referees that include;
      • Cam McHargue, Griffin Georgia USA
      • Robert Hinds, Plainfield Illinois USA
      • Jon Munz, Hot Springs Arkansas USA
      • Dave Atchison, Orleans, Indiana, USA
      • Ron Cook, Centralia Missouri USA
      • Steve Thomasson, Oklahoma USA
      • And several others...
    • Adding to our fighter safety, the ISCF Tournament remains the "ONLY" MMA Tournament in the World that assures all fighters are covered with fighter medical insurance. As always, our insurance will be provided by the only Fight and Venue insurance endorsed by the ISCF and the IKF, F. L. Dean & Associates - www.fdean.com. To assure your safety at Tournaments and events around the world, ask your promoter if he is insured. If it's ISCF Sanctioned, IT IS! If not, you may be at risk for your medical needs if injured. To read more about ISCF and IKF Insurance with F. L. Dean & Associates, Click HERE!

  • ISCF & IBL MERCHANDISE
    • In the house this year will be the Official ISCF & IBL (International Battle League) Merchandise booth. Drop by and say hello to our girls in the booth and grab some gear! Available at the booth will be ISCF Tournament T-Shirts, ISCF Hats, Beanies, Sweatshirts, Stickers, Polo Shirts, and even ISCF Baby Clothes for that up and coming ISCF Champion! Several IBL items will also be available. And finally, don't forget to get your Official 2008 ISCF World Classic Tournament Program. Are Posters and Programs were designed by Toni Foster/Fossum of Foster Graphics. The programs have *ALL the fighters names in it along with their stats, trainers and contact info for you Promoters out there looking for the great fighter you will see next weekend.











































  • AWARDS
    • Last but certainly not least are the much talked about awards given at the ISCF Tournament.
      "EVERY" participant will leave with something. From custom event fight medals and fight certificates to the always loved, ISCF Championship Belts. The Novice Belts are supplied by Combat Sports International and are valued at over $200.00! To see one of last years belts, CLICK HERE. The Open division Belts are supplied by the ISCF. The Open division Title Belts are valued at $1,500.00 each!

      • ALL TRAINERS WILL RECEIVE
      • ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE
      • OPEN DIVISION AWARDS
        • CHAMPION
          • $1,500 ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC Title Belt provided By ISCF.
          • Glass ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC "OPEN" Champions Plaque provided By ISCF.
          • ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC CHAMPIONS Jacket provided By Combat Sports International.
          • Full Color ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC Champions Certificate provided By ISCF.

            • SECOND PLACE
              • Full Color Certificate provided By ISCF.
              • Glass Plaque provided By ISCF.
              • Custom Event Medal provided By ISCF.

            • ALL OTHER CHALLENGERS
              • Full Color Certificate provided By ISCF.
              • Custom Event Medal provided By ISCF.

      • NOVICE DIVISION AWARDS
        • CHAMPION
          • ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC Title Belt provided By Combat Sports International.
          • Glass ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC Champions Plaque provided By ISCF.
          • ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC CHAMPIONS Jacket provided By Combat Sports International.
          • Full Color ISCF MMA WORLD CLASSIC Champions Certificate provided By ISCF.

            • SECOND PLACE
              • Full Color Certificates provided By ISCF.
              • Glass Plaques provided By ISCF.

            • ALL OTHER CHALLENGERS
              • Full Color Certificates provided By ISCF.
              • Custom Event Medals provided By ISCF.













FRIDAY, April 25th, 2008, AT 1:20 PM, PT




THIS WEEKS ISCF ACTION...


Shamrock Promotions Presents
"Midwest Fight Fest"
St. Louis, Missouri, USA




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G & G Productions Presents
"RUMBLE IN THE PARK"
Loves Park, Illinois, USA



ISCF PRO
LIGHTWEIGHT NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL TITLE

Cal Ferry Vs Ricardo Lamas

ISCF PRO
HEAVYWEIGHT NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL TITLE

Shane Adams Vs Jason Miller

IKF AMATEUR FCR *HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD TITLE
TJ Gibson, Minnesota, USA VS Roy Jones, Waterloo, Iowa, USA


(*) Number 1 Ranked Wade Hayness Past On This Bout.





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Breaking Point Productions LLC Presents
"Zero Tolerance"
Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA






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Capital Entertainment LLC Presents
"THROWDOWN AT THE UPTOWN"
Rolla, Missouri, USA






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American Combat Sports Presents
"American Combat Sports VII - VENGANCE"
Keokuk, Iowa, USA






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Tuffbeach Presents
"TUFF"
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA



THIS IS AN AMATEUR GRAPPLING ONLY EVENT
NO CONTACT - STRIKING




WEDNESDAY, April 23rd, 2008, AT 11:30 PM, PT


Results From True Fight Fan L.L.C.
"THURSDAY NIGHT FREE FOR ALL BRAWL II"
April 17, 2008 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA




  1. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Robby Crismon Vs James Merriott
    WINNER: Crismon by TKO as Referee Stops Contest Due to (Strikes) at :28 of Round 2.

  2. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Mark Ulbert Vs Rob Russell
    WINNER: Russell by Tap Out Due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:59 of Round 1.
  3. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Curtis George Vs Blaine Whitworth
    WINNER: Whitworth by TKO as Referee Stops Contest Due to (Strikes) at 3:12 of Round 1.

  4. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Josh Alley Vs Mike Haun
    WINNER: Alley by Tap Out Due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:42 of Round 1.

  5. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Troy Depriest Vs Luke Denney
    WINNER: Denny by Tap Out Due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:06 of Round 1.

  6. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Kevin Moore Vs Terry Hillaker
    WINNER: Moore by TKO as Referee Stops Contest Due to (Strikes) at 3:18 of Round 1.

  7. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Aaron Winzer Vs Mike Copeland
    WINNER: Copeland by KO as Referee Stops Contest Due to (Slam) at :12 of Round 1.

  8. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Brandon Locker Vs Shane Denton
    WINNER: Locker by Tap Out Due to (Guillotine Choke) at :33 of Round 1.

  9. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Bud Brocks Vs William Parker
    WINNER: Parker by Majority Decision, 30-26, 28-28 & 29-27. Brock had a point taken in Round 2 for kneeing a grounded fighter in the head.

  10. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Kevin Hogon Vs Ryan Pederson
    WINNER: Pedeson by TKO as Referee Stops Contest Due to (Strikes) at 1:00 of Round 1.




MORE ISCF RESULTS FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND


Results From Flatnose Productions
"WORLD SERIES OF RUMBLE VIIII"
April 19, 2008 - Independence, Missouri, USA




  1. AMATEUR MMA
    William Combs Vs Josh Blevins
    Josh Blevin defeated Willam Combs by tapout by RNC choke at 2:12 of the first round.

  2. AMATEUR MMA
    Tom Thurber Vs Jose A. Aquino
    Tom Thurber defeated Jose Aquino, Aquino quick after round one.

  3. AMATEUR MMA
    Rustem Radoncic Vs Kevin Croom
    Kevin Croom defeated Rustem Radoncic by Tapout, by way of RNC at 1:22 in the first round.
  4. AMATEUR MMA
    Chis Hale Vs Bobby Cooper
    Bobby Cooper defeated Chris Hale by Tapout, by way of Guilotine Choke at 1:35 in the first round.

This is A Mixed Card of Pro & Amateur Bouts.
Pro Bouts were overseen by the Missouri State Commission but not submitted to ISCF in the event results.




MORE ISCF RESULTS


Results From Valley Fight Leagues
"MMA In The Valley"
April 19, 2008 - Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA




  1. Dustin Honeycutt Vs Chip Gerber
    Bout scratched.

  2. James Franco Vs *Eddie Humphries
    Bout scratched, replaced Eddie Humphries with Jeremy Fuch, registered on email but didn't have a bout.
    Winner - Jeremy Fuch due to TKO, Medical stoppage after the 1st round.

  3. Jessie Riggleman Vs Daniel Ready
    Winner – Jessie Riggleman at 1:29 of the 2nd round, tap out due to rear naked choke.

  4. Brian Bell Vs Jeremy Carper
    Brian Bell was scheduled to fight Carper. However, for unknown reasons, Brian Bell was Replaced with Jason Bonin of Batesburg, South Carolina, USA.
    Winner – Jeremy Carper at 0:18 of the 1st round, KO from knee to the head.

  5. Nate Bruso Vs Roy Miller
    Winner – Roy Miller at 2:49 of the 2nd round, referee stoppage due to ground striking.
  6. Adam Merica Vs Stephen Franklin
    Winner – Stephen Franklin at 1:00 of the 1st round, tap out due to arm triangle choke.

  7. Chris "Lee" Swecker Vs Blaine Thomas
    Winner – Blaine Thomas at 1:24 of the 2nd round, tap out due to arm bar.

  8. Chris Steele Vs Kerry Bramlett
    Bout scratched.

  9. Kyle Hart Vs Brian Bowman
    Winner – Kyle Hart at 1:25 of the 1st round, referee stoppage due to ground striking.

  10. Chad Brown Vs Casey Valentine
    Winner – Chad Brown at 1:27 of the 1st round, referee stoppage due to strikes.

  11. Jon Price Vs Donald Crawford Jr.
    Winner – Jon Price at 2:02 of the 1st round, tap out due to triangle choke.

  12. James Johnson Vs Mike Pegg
    Winner – James Johnson by unanimous decision, judges scores 30-27, 29-28, 30-27.

  13. Adam Prikett, Vs William Laursen III
    Winner – Adam Prikett at 2:21 of the 1st round, tap out due to strikes.

  14. Anan Aiadeh Vs Cory Popanz
    Winner – Anan Aiadeh at 0:51 of the 1st round, KO from knee to the head.


FRIDAY, April 18th, 2008, AT 7:30 AM, PT


Results From Ultimate Northwest Fighting Championships
"ISCF MMA"
April 17, 2008 - Boise, Idaho, USA




ISCF Representative Dan Stell: Although UNFC's first promotions last night had some minor issues at weigh-ins, they pulled together a great show with 9 action packed fights! We look forward to working with the UNFC in the future. Special thanks to Erwin Swetnam and Shorty's Saloon as well as promoters Nathen Pettit, Jeremy Burtch and Ray Peraies.

Here are the nights results below.

  1. Amateur Lightweight MMA
    *Kevin Rhoades 3-1 Vs *Kurhiss Nielson 0-1
    Rhodes winner by verbal tapout at 2:59 of the 1st round.

  2. Amateur Heavyweight MMA
    *Cody Butler 0-1 Vs Shawn Bjorner 2-1
    Bjorner winner by referee stoppage TKO at 2:31 of the 2nd round.
  3. Amateur Heavyweight MMA
    *Garrett Tuggle 2-1 vs. Vs Jared Fawcet 0-4
    Tuggle winner by referee stoppage TKO at 0:44 seconds of the 1st round.
    I have recommended that Jared Fawcett not fight in anymore MMA Events, or at least until he attains proper training from a legit trainer.

  4. Amateur Middleweight MMA
    Jameson Deshazer 4-1 Vs *Seth Baysinger 0-2
    Deshazer winner by KO at 0:40 seconds of the 1st round.

  5. Amateur Lightweight MMA
    *George Rane 2-0 Vs Ty - Tyler Ernest 0-1
    Rane winner by KO at 0:55 seconds of the 1st round.

  6. Amateur Middleweight MMA
    Isaar Almaraz 0-1 Vs *Corey Chappel 0-1
    Chappell winner by referee stoppage TKO at 1:56 of the 1st round.

  7. Amateur Light Heavyweight MMA
    *Todd Sigler 2-0 Vs *James Boone 1-1
    Sigler winner by referee stoppage TKO at 2:23 of the 1st round.

  8. Amateur Welterweight MMA
    *J.D. ( James ) Gould 2-0 vs. Cody Ziemer 1-1
    Gould winner by tap-out (rear naked choke) at 1:12 of the 2nd round.

  9. Amateur Lightweight MMA
    Keith Forester 3-0 Vs Aaron Sutton 8-6
    Forester winner by tap-out (triangle choke) at 0:41 of the 1st round.




WEDNESDAY, April 16th, 2008, AT 8:35 PM, PT




THIS WEEKS ISCF ACTION...


Ultimate Northwest Fighting Championships Presents
"ISCF MMA"
Boise, Idaho, USA






MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEK


True Fight Fan L.L.C. Presents
"THURSDAY NIGHT FREE FOR ALL BRAWL II"
Grain Valley, Missouri, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEK


Flatnose Productions Presents
"WORLD SERIES OF RUMBLE VIIII"
Independence, Missouri, USA

This is A Mixed Card of Pro & Amateur Bouts



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Valley Fight League Presents
"MMA In The Valley"
Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA



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Results From The Hive Inc.'s
"MMA EVOLUTION VII"
April 12, 2008 - Pekin, Illinois, USA

MMA Evolution VIII
"D-DAY"

Submitted by ISCF Representative Michael Storm: The Dragon's Dome in Pekin, Illinois was the site on Saturday, April 12, 2008 for a high-energy, high-powered event that featured amateur and professional fighters from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Utah coming into the cage to entertain an excited crowd of fans with 14 mixed martial arts fights. The folks at "The Hive" put together a card that featured J.R. Christenberry from Lafayette, Indiana and Donald Harper from Washington, Illinois for the "ISCF Amateur Northern Regional Bantamweight Title" Other highlights included matches between Dorian Mosack from Peoria, Illinois and Adam Brady from Lafayette, Indiana, Ron Wilson from Sparland, Illinois and C. J. Fernandes from Belleville, Illinois in a professional welterweight match and the Pro Main Event with Dustin Dearing from Salt Lake City, Utah taking on Jacob Hey from Dixon, Illinois.
Here are the results of the night…

  1. Amateur Bantamweight MMA
    Ken Kirby, 1-0-0, Heyworth, IL, Self trained, Vs John McClaughlin 0-1-0, Granite City, IL., CMMA Fighting Systems, Steve Knogl
    Round 1: The fight started with McLaughlin throwing a left hook/ right hook combination at Kirby's head that Kirby ducked and twisted under allowing McLaughlin to get behind and wrap his arms around Kirby's waist. Kirby attempted a standing roll but McLaughlin rolled with him and maintained Kirby's back on the ground. McLaughlin, now on Kirby's back with his hooks in, tries a rear choke but Kirby is able to hold onto McLaughlin's hand to prevent the choke. McLaughlin works most of the round trying to get his arm around Kirby's neck for the choke while Kirby maintained control of the arm to stop the choke. The edge in the round went to McLaughlin on all scorecards.
    Round 2: McLaughlin starts with high punches which Kirby again ducks under but this time is able to take McLaughlin down. They exchange positions several times with a series of twists, bridges and rolls. Kirby eventually finds himself on top of McLaughlin in a full mount. McLaughlin rolls to his hands and knees and gives Kirby his back. Kirby attempts a rear naked choke as McLaughlin tries to buck him off. The bucking only allowed Kirby to sink the choke in deeper and force Referee Chris Rudesill to step in and stop the fight at 2:01 of the round.
    Winner by Tap Out-Ken Kirby.

  2. Amateur Welterweight MMA
    David Kay 2-1-0, Canton, IL., Silverbacks, Self Trained, Vs Dan Smith 2-1-0, Pontiac, IL., Pontiac MMA, Chuck Painter
    Smith throws a right hook which Kay ducks under, wraps his arms around Smith's waist, picks him up and dumps him on his back. Kay lands on top of Smith in a side mount and then manages to swing his leg over into a full mount and begins to "ground and pound". Smith turns to his stomach and gives Kay his back. Kay promptly throws on a rear naked choke and at :55 of the round Referee Chris Rudesill steps in and stops the fight.
    Winner by Tap Out-David Kay.

  3. Amateur Featherweight MMA
    Paola Mahoe, 0-1-0, Carlinville, IL., Jason Upton, Vs Adame Dunnavant 1-0-0, Granite City, IL., CMMA Fighting Systems, Steve Knogl
    Round 1: Mahoe begins with a left jab that Dunnavant ducks under and attempts a double leg takedown. Mahoe avoids the takedown and both fighters remain on their feet. Mahoe again throws a punch that Dunnavant avoids and then, this time, successfully shoots for and achieves a takedown on Mahoe. Dunnavant on top, throwing punches to Mahoe's body, forces Mahoe to reach up and grab Dunnavant around the neck to neutralize the attack. After a period of inactivity, Referee Chris Rudesill stops and stands the fighters in the middle of the cage and re-starts them. Dunnavant comes forward and ties Mahoe up while throwing three knees to his body. Mahoe tries to spin Dunnavant around to throw him down but slips and ends up on his hands and knees with Dunnavant on his back applying his hooks and trying for a rear naked choke as the bell rings to end the round. All judges gave the edge to Dunnavant in the round.
    Round 2: Mahoe starts with a pair of leg kicks this time. Dunnavant responds by shooting in for the takedown and ends up on top with a half mount throwing punches to Mahoe's body. Dunnavant swing his leg over into a full mount and begins to "ground and pound" onto the face of Mahoe. Mahoe puts his arms up and tries to buck Dunnavant off of his chest. Unable to buck him off, Mahoe turns to his stomach and gives Dunnavant his back. Dunnavant continued to punch at the head and face of Mahoe who covered up with his hands and arms as the bell rang to end the round. The round went to Dunnavant on all cards.
    Round 3: Mahoe, throws a left hook that Dunnavant again avoids and manages a double leg takedown. Mahoe immediately gives Dunnavant his back while trying to hold Dunnavant's hands. Dunnavant pounded the head and face to the point that Mahoe was not successfully protecting himself and forced Referee Chris Rudesill to stop the fight at 1:49 of the round.
    Winner by TKO-Adame Dunnavant.
    Later in the evening, Adam Dunnavant was also awarded the trophy for being chosen "The Amateur Fighter of the Night" by the officials at ringside.

  4. Amateur Lightweight MMA
    Miguel Sanchez 0-1-0, Peoria, Il., Geronimo Fight Club, Gary Higdon, Vs Ryan Mays 2-2-0, Pontiac, IL., Pontiac MMA, Chuck Painter
    Round 1: Sanchez throws a pair of leg kicks followed by a round kick to the head of Mays that is blocked. Mays throws a flying knee that Sanchez avoids. He grabs Mays and tries to throw him down but slips in the process and ends up with Mays on top of him. Mays punches at Sanchez while Sanchez tries to neutralize the attack by hugging the arms and body of Mays. Mays sets too high on Sanchez' body and allows Sanchez to bridge out and reverse positions on Mays. Sanchez begins to throw punches at Mays but extends an arm that Mays grabs and tries to lock in a straight arm bar. Sanchez stands and pulls his arm free while allowing Mays back to his feet. Mays lands a left hook to Sanchez' head which forces Sanchez to tie him up and they roll around against the cage. Mays steps back and throws an upper cut, Sanchez throws a knee that Mays catches. He drives forward and pushes Sanchez down to the ground. Sanchez applies a guillotine choke on Mays as they go down but the bell rang to end the round before any damage was done. Two judges scored the round for Sanchez while one judge scored it even.
    Round 2: The fighters come together in the center of the cage and Mays ducks behind Sanchez. He takes Sanchez' back while both fighters are standing. Mays lifts Sanchez and pulls him over landing on Sanchez in a side mount. He is eventually able to swing his leg over and get a full mount on Sanchez. During the "ground and pound" Sanchez is able to bridge and buck Mays higher onto his body which allowed Sanchez to turn and stand out the back. Sanchez attacked Mays while he was still on the ground. Mays, now with "legs around bottom", works for a triangle choke that Sanchez steps away from allowing Mays to stand as the bell rings to end the round. All judges scored the round to Mays.
    Round 3: Sanchez throws a right leg kick followed by a left body shot. Mays wades through, throws punches to Sanchez' face and body and then takes Sanchez down. Sanchez works his legs up trying a triangle choke. He gets his legs too high which allows Mays to swing them aside and achieve a side mount with Sanchez' arms tied up. Sanchez squirms around and is able to get himself in the "legs around bottom" position. They wrestle around for most of the round with Mays on top and earning him the edge in the round on all cards.
    Winner by Unanimous Decision, Ryan Mays, 28-30, 28-29 and 28-29.

  5. Amateur Middleweight MMA
    Tim Smock, 2-1-0, Granite City, IL., CMMA Fighting Systems, Steve Knogl, Vs Bruce Yoakum 2-5-0, Lincoln, IL., The Hive, T.J. Mohler
    Yoakum throws a right hook and pushes Smock up against the cage. Smock tries to pull him down but Yoakum remains standing over Smock who is on his back against the cage. Yoakum bends over and Smock grabs his arm. Yoakum picks him up and slams him down to the ground but Smock holds on and works his legs up around the neck and shoulder of Yoakum into a triangle choke. Yoakum tries to roll out of it but is unable to escape forcing Referee Chris Rudesill to step in and stop the fight at :53 of the round.
    Winner by Tap Out-Tim Smock.

  6. Amateur Middleweight MMA
    Mike Porzelius 1-0-0, Bloomington, IL., Ronan Fight Systems, Self Trained, Vs Matt Gourley 0-1-0, Pontiac, IL., Pontiac MMA, Chuck Painter
    Porzelius throws a punch and follows it with a knee. He pushes Gourley against the cage and then pushes him down and lands upon him in a half mount. Gourley is able to get his legs around Porzelius' waist but Porzelius ignores them and throws powerful punches onto the head of Gourley. Gourley was unable to successfully defend himself which forced Referee Chris Rudesill to step in and stop the fight at :51 of the round.
    Winner by TKO-Mike Porzelius.

  7. Amateur Welterweight MMA
    This fight was scheduled to put Beau Whitaker of Hamilton, IL., in the cage against Jammie Hill of Atlanta, IL.
    During the pre-fight physicals, it was determined that Jammie Hill's blood pressure was too high for him to fight and was therefore not allowed to fight due to Dr. Greg Tudor's orders. This will be entered as a "NO FIGHT". Neither man should be admonished, fined or reprimanded since both fighters did show up to fight.

  8. Amateur Light Heavyweight MMA
    Josh Slightom 1-0-0, Carlinville, IL., Team K-9 Blood, Jason Upton, Vs Mark Lohman 0-1-0, Granite City, IL., CMMA Fighting Systems, Steve Knogl.
    They exchange jabs to start and then follow up with an exchange of wild punches that do little damage. Eventually, Slightom makes a double leg takedown and ends up on top of Lohman with a half mount. Slightom then swings his leg over into a full mount as Lohman tries to bridge and buck Slightom off. They roll around for a short while against the cage changing positions. Lohman stands and steps back as they exchange punches to the head. Slightom then throws a right hook that lands on the side of Lohman's head and knocks him down. Slightom jumps on top of him and achieves a full mount. Lohman twists to his side as he tries to get Slightom off but Slightom moves with him and proceeds to hit Lohman with powerful punches to the head. Lohman then rolls to his stomach and gives Slightom his back. Slightom throws a rear naked choke right before the end of the round. Lohman was on the verge of tapping out near the end of the round but was saved by the bell. As Slightom got off of him and went to his corner, Lohman was slow getting up. Referee Chris Rudesill asked him if he was alright and if he wanted to continue. Lohman told him he could not come out to answer the bell to start the second round.
    Winner by Verbal Submission, Josh Slightom.

  9. Amateur Heavyweight MMA
    Albert Cresswell 2-1-0, Fort Madison, IA., Derek Doherty, Vs Chris Micheals 0-2-0, Pekin, IL., The Hive, T.J. Mohler
    Michael comes across with an attempted "Superman" punch. Cresswell bends over and wraps his arms around Michael's waist. Michael turns him into the cage. Cresswell throws a knee to the body of Michael. Michael bends over and Cresswell locks in a standing guillotine choke on Michael. Cresswell lays back and pulls Michael down with him while maintaining the choke. At :44 of the round, Referee Chris Rudesill stops the fight.
    Winner by Tap Out, Albert Cresswell.

  10. Amateur Lightweight MMA
    Daniel Robinson 1-0-0, Granite City, IL., CMMA Fighting Systems, Steve Knogl, Vs Joseph Richardson 0-1-0, Pontiac, IL., Pontiac MMA, Chuck Painter
    Round 1: Richardson throws a leg kick, Robinson answers with a left hook. Richardson throws a leg kick, Robinson shoots in for a single leg takedown. Richardson sprawls and throws punches at Robinson's head and body. Robinson grabs the other leg and tries for a double leg while Richardson continues to throw punches to his head and body. Robinson turns Richardson away from the cage and trips him to the ground. With Robinson now on top in a half mount, Richardson twists to the side and is able to get to his feet. Robinson gets behind with his arms wrapped around Richardson's waist. Richardson rolls to escape but Robinson holds on and maintains Richardson's back trying to get a choke. Richardson, holding Robinson's hands to avoid the choke, rolls again and is able to switch positions with Robinson. Richardson, now on top, allows Robinson to have his arm as Robinson tries a straight arm bar. Richardson lifts Robinson and slams him down on the mat in order to break the hold and is successful after the third try. Robinson shoots for a takedown and gets Richardson down in a full mount as the round ends. A lot of action in the round with all judges giving the edge to Richardson.
    Round 2: Richardson throws a left jab to the face of Robinson. Robinson shoots in for a takedown but only backs Richardson up to the cage. Richardson uses the cage to hold himself up until Robinson is able to turn him and get on his back against the cage. Robinson throws hammerfists with his right hand while Richardson holds his left. Robinson was plainly the busier fighter in the round. He had Richardson's back throughout most of the round forcing Richardson to stay on the defense to survive the round. Robinson was trying to lock in a choke as the bell rang to end the round. All judges scored the round for Robinson.
    Round 3: Robinson continues where he left off in the last round. He takes Richardson down and holds him down. He achieves a full mount and starts punching Richardson. After a couple of shots, Richardson twists and bucks and manages to roll Robinson off and switches positions with Robinson now on the bottom. Richardson stands back from Robinson to allow Robinson to stand. While Robinson was on his knees, Richardson comes across and knees him in the head which forces Referee Chris Rudesill to stop time and deduct one point from Richardson for the illegal technique. As the fight continues, Robinson takes Richardson down. Richardson grabs Robinson's arm and attempts a straight arm bar but is unable to maintain it. Two judges scored the round for Robinson and one scored it for Richardson. After the point deduction, the judges scored the fight 29-27, 29-27 and 28-28.
    Winner by Majority Decision, Dan Robinson.

  11. Amateur Light Heavyweight MMA
    Ian Warren 5-0-0, Granite City, IL., Boyd Ballard, Vs Jeremy Holzhouer 2-2-0, Pontiac, IL., Pontiac MMA, Chuck Painter
    Warren fakes a left and throws a right that hits Holzhauer in the face. Holzhauer throws punches of his own and attempts a takedown but Warren backs away. Warren comes in with a left/right combination that hits Holzhauer in the head followed by a punch to the body. Holzhauer takes a leg kick from Warren that spins him around. Warren throws another left/right combination to Holzhauer's head followed by a right upper-cut to Holzhauer's face. Holzhauer backs away to clear his head. Warren throws another left/right combination to Holzhauer's head forcing Holzhauer to grab him around the waist. Warren sprawls and pushes down on Holzhauer's shoulders. Warren steps back and lets Holzhauer up. Holzhauer charges in and presses Warren up against the cage. Warren proceeds to throw an accidental knee to the groin and a hook to the head of Holzhauer. Referee Chris Rudesill allows Holzhauer time to recover. As the fight resumes, Warren throws another knee and a hook to Holzhauer's head that put him down. Warren jumped on Holzhauer and continued punching him until the referee stepped in and stopped the fight at 2:28 of the round.
    Winner by TKO, Ian Warren.

  12. Amateur Welterweight MMA
    Dorian Mosack 3-5-0, Peoria, IL., Peoria Athletic Club, Bob Johnson, Vs Adam Brady 19-6-0, Lafayette, IN., Fearless Fighting Systems, Mike Snyder
    Round 1: Brady throws a left hook as Mosack throws a leg kick. Mosack attempts a right reverse side kick which Brady side steps and grabs Mosack around the waist. He picks Mosack up and drops him on his back up against the cage and starts throwing body shots. Mosack successfully bridges and twists to get away. With both fighters up, Brady shoots and takes Mosack down again in a half mount. Mosack twists again and switches positions. He stands and lets Brady up once again. Mosack kicks but Brady catches his leg and dumps him on the ground. Brady on top of Mosack in a modified crucifix, punches Mosack in the head and body as the round ends. Two judges gave the round to Brady.
    Round 2: Brady tries a "Superman" punch that misses and causes him to fall down. Mosack jumps on him and punches Brady in the head and body. Mosack stood over Brady to get more power on his shots but left his arm down long enough for Brady to grab it and apply a straight arm bar at 1:32 of the round.
    Winner by Tap Out, Adam Brady Hive Amateur Welterweight Champion.

  13. Amateur Bantamweight MMA
    ISCF Northern Regional Amateur Bantamweight Title

    Jonathan "JR" Christenberry, 5-3-0, Lafayette, IN., Fearless Fighting Systems, Mike Snyder, Vs Donald Harper, 5-1-0, Washington, IL., The Hive, T.J. Mohler
    Christenberry throws a leg kick and tries a round kick to the head that misses. He then grabs Harper around the waist and throws him on his back. Christenberry stands up to throw punches down on Harper. He then grabs Harper's long leg and leans back in an attempt at a knee bar or ankle lock. Harper pulls out of it and ends up on top of Christenberry. He begins punching Christenberry who then turns over and gives Harper his back. Harper wraps his arms around Christenberry's neck and works for a choke. Harper gets his legs wrapped around Christenberry's waist and at the same time he is able to tighten the arms around the throat for a rear naked choke at 2:06 of the round.
    Winner by Tap Out, Donald Harper - New ISCF Northern Regional Amateur Bantamweight Champion.

  14. Professional Welterweight MMA
    Ron Wilson 6-6-0, Sparland, IL., Self Trained, Vs CJ Fernandes 16-6-3, Belleville, IL., Matt Hughes' Hit Squad, Marc Fiore
    Fernandes throws a leg kick as Wilson throws a pair of punches. Fernandes grabs Wilson around the head and does a hip throw that puts Wilson on his back. Fernandes maneuvers around and throws punches to Wilson's body. Wilson just holds on with his head against the cage. Fernandes lands two strong hammerfists to Wilson's face. Wilson tries to push him off with his legs but Fernandes pushes the legs aside and continues to throw punches down on Wilson's head. Wilson turns his face toward the cage as Fernandes punches him. Wilson fails to defend himself with his face buried in the cage and forces Referee Chris Rudesill to step in and stop the fight at 2:10 of the round.
    Winner by TKO, C.J. Fernandes.

  15. Professional Featherweight MMA
    Dustin Dearing 0-1-0, Salt Lake City, UT., Flash Academy, Jason Upton, Vs Jacob Hey 4-1-0, Dixon, IL., Matt Hughes' Hit Squad, Marc Fiore
    Hey shoots in and gets around behind Dearing. He wraps his arms around Dearing's waist, picks him up and slams him on the ground and lands on top of him in a half mount. He swings his leg over for a full mount and begins to "ground and pound" the head of Dearing. At :43 of the round, Dearing rolls to his stomach and taps the mat forcing Referee Chris Rudesill to stop the fight.
    Winner by Tap Out-Jacob Hey.



MORE ISCF RESULTS


Results From Proving Grounds Fight League
"ULTIMATE REVENGE"
April 12, 2008 - Lebanon, Missouri, USA

  1. Amateur MMA
    Paul Allen Gibson Vs Adam Leong
    Winner: 1:51 of round one due to strikes.

  2. Amateur MMA
    Cody Smith Vs Peter Paplanus
    Winner: Peter Poplanus unanimous decision.

  3. Amateur MMA
    Mark Nguyn Vs Clint Toler
    Winner: Clint Toler 1:54 of round 2 due to strikes.

  4. Amateur MMA
    Andrew Cameron Vs Jason Powell
    Winner: Jason Powell 20 seconds in round 1 due to strikes.
  5. Amateur MMA
    Mike Kearney Vs Anthony Aust
    Winner: Anthony Aust 1:44 of round 1 due to strikes.

  6. Amateur MMA
    Mike McCabe Vs Jose Garcia
    Winner: Jose Garcia 1:30 in round 2 BY KO due to strikes.
    McCabe has been given a 45 day medical suspension until May 27th, 2008.

  7. Amateur MMA
    Richard Holliday Vs Steve Moellering
    Winner: Steve Moellering 1:03 of round 1 due to strikes.

  8. Amateur MMA
    Zeb Runge Vs Joe Rogers
    Winner: Zeb Runge 2:40 in round 2 due to a rear naked choke.

  9. Amateur MMA
    Jack Bunch Vs Cody Stone
    Winner: Cody Stone 1:59 of round 1 due to a guillotine choke.

  10. Amature MMA
    Cody Alexander Vs AJ Hunter
    Winner: A J Hunter 1:40 of round 1 due to a rear naked choke



MORE ISCF RESULTS


Results From Fist City Cage Fighting's
"ISCF AMATEUR MMA"
April 12, 2008 - Mt. Grove, Missouri, USA

ISCF Representative Chuck Wolfe: It was a cold day outside in this Southern Missouri town of Mountain Grove. Yet it was hot night inside the YMCA as Fist City Cage Fights brought MMA to Wright County. Promoters Bobby Stidham and Heath Cooley matched a competitive fight card with a nearly sold out crowd to step on to the Mixed Martial Arts scene with a truely successful show. Results as follows:

  1. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Ben Hadley Vs Ronnie Johnson
    WINNER: Johnson by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choke) at 1:34 of Round 1.

  2. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Donny Connor Vs Levi Beasley
    WINNER: Beasley by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at :21 of Round 1.
  3. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Michael Morgan Vs Kory Comer
    WINNER: Comer by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:06 of Round 2.
  4. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Josh Ross Vs Wes Romans
    WINNER: Ross by Verbal Submission due to (Shoulder Injury) at 1:09 of Round 1.

  5. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Chad Mcintosh Vs Levi Thurston
    WINNER: McIntosh by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:18 of Round 1.

  6. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Johnathan Talley Vs Thomas Wood
    WINNER: Wood by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choke) at 1:40 of Round 1.

  7. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Ryan Tucker Vs Shawn Werberger
    WINNER: Werberger by Tap Out due to (Frontal Choke) at 1:38 of Round 1.

  8. WELTERWEIGHTS WOMENS MMA
    Heather Cutbirth Vs Dana Dale
    WINNER: Cutbirth by Tap Out due to (Strikes) at 1:27 of Round 1.

  9. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Eric Willoughby (40-15 Amateur Boxing) Vs Jeff Matney
    WINNER: Willoughby by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choke) at :40 of Round 1.

  10. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Jerry Quintanilla Vs Phillip Friend
    WINNER: Friend by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at :49 of Round 1.

  11. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Chaney Beavers Vs Brett Powell
    WINNER: Powell by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:43 of Round 1.

  12. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Steve Meyers Vs James Williams
    WINNER: Williams by Verbal Submission due to (Shoulder Injury) at :09 of Round 2.



MORE ISCF RESULTS


Results From Capital Entertainment LLC's
"BATTLE AT THE BEACH II"
April 12, 2008 - Osage Beach, Missouri, USA

By ISCF Representative Robert Giser: You were warned after the first BATTLE AT THE BEACH, "Don't miss it!"
"YES!" Capital Entertainment did it again; sponsoring a fight card that really rocked mid-Missourian MMA fight fans! Rob Howard and his staff really know how to pick the fighters that MMA fans expect to see for their hard earn money. Off the charts excitement including massive blows and submission holds leading to "Lights Out" for one opponent was the norm for the evening.

Let's just say our ringside doctor was kept hopping, insuring the physical safety of all the opponents. Huge, cage rattling body slams resounded over and over, exciting the many fans in attendance. Check out the results yourself; then, when you realize the action packed excitement you missed, be sure to make plans for upcoming MMA events promoted by Capital Entertainment.

  1. FLYWEIGHTS MMA
    Cesar Leger Vs Travis Shankle
    WINNER: SHANKLE by TAP OUT (Guillotine Choke) :51 of Round Two.

  2. FLYWEIGHTS MMA
    *Lee Ogg Vs Eliazar Antonio
    WINNER: ANTONIO by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO LEG STRIKES (TKO) :15 of Round Two.
  3. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Jim Messina Vs Jose Arias
    WINNER: ARIAS by Doctor STOPPAGE DUE TO unintentional Injury end of Round One.

  4. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Anna Burns Vs Lacy Kendrick
    WINNER: KENDRICK by TAP OUT (Leg Triangle) 1:04 of Round One.

  5. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Brice Bowen Vs Chris Hill
    WINNER: BOWEN by UNANIMOUS DECISION, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  6. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Raymond Gray Vs Jeremiah Poling
    WINNER: POLING by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO CHOKE OUT (Rear Naked Choke) 2:42 of Round Two.

  7. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Tony Dooley Vs Jesse Sheilds
    WINNER: DOOLEY by TAP OUT (Guillotine Choke) :40 of Round One.

  8. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Brandon Moore Vs Jeremy Bappert
    WINNER: MOORE by TAP OUT (Arm Triangle) 1:50 of Round One.

  9. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Allen Wilfong Vs Bob Conaway
    Conaway WINNER: WILLFONG by TAP OUT (Ankle Lock) 1:51 of Round One.

  10. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Calvin White Vs Lee Anderson
    WINNER: ANDERSON by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (TKO) :22 of Round Two.

  11. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Brandon Davis Vs Jordan Howard
    WINNER: Howard by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO STRIKES (TKO) 2:37 of Round One.

  12. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Greg Fritchey Vs Chris Welch
    WINNER: FRITCHEY by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) :56 of Round One.

  13. FLYWEIGHTS MMA
    Travis Shankle Vs Eliazar Antonio
    WINNER: ANTONIO by REFEREE STOPPAGE DUE TO BODY SLAM TO MAT (TKO) 1:34 of Round One.


FRIDAY, April 11th, 2008, AT 9:50 PM, PT

THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...

The Hive Inc. Presents
"MMA EVOLUTION VII"
Pekin, Illinois, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...

Capital Entertainment LLC Presents
"BATTLE AT THE BEACH II"
Osage Beach, Missouri, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...

Proving Grounds Fight League Presents
"ULTIMATE REVENGE"
Lebanon, Missouri, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...

Fist City Cage Fighting Presents
"ISCF AMATEUR MMA"
Mt. Grove, Missouri, USA



THURSDAY, April 10th, 2008, AT 10:30 PM, PT

RESULTS FROM
"PURE FORCE VII - Glory"
April 5th, 2008 - Tinley Park, Illinois, USA

On Saturday, April 5th, 2008, the guys at HCX International put together a powerful fight card at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Tinley Park, Illinois. They brought amateur adult men and women in from Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin and Michigan, many of whom were making their debuts in the ring, to energize fight fans with a Muay Thai Rules and Mixed Martial Arts event. They started the card with a fine Muay Thai Rules exhibition between Anthony Fearn and Tyler Smock, both of Illinois. These guys demonstrated to the crowd what could be expected when the fighting started later. Here Are The Results of the Night…

Submitted by Michael Storm-IKF/ISCF Representative

  1. Women's Featherweight Muay Thai
    Michelle Perry, 1-0-0, Team Blast, Madison, WI, Mike Vaughn, vs. Alex Paulsen, 0-1-0, Jho Boun Martial Arts, Mokena, IL Jho Moraga
    Round 1: Perry begins with jabs, hooks and kicks to Paulsen's head and body that backs her up. Paulsen throws leg kicks and front kicks to Perry's body in an attempt to stall the attack. Perry, the shorter of the two fighters, appears determined to be the aggressor as she charges forward. Perry throws a front kick to Paulsen's body but Paulsen answers with a left/right combination to Perry's head and forces Perry to tie her up. In the clinch, Perry proceeds to throw knees to the body of Paulsen. Paulsen appeared uncomfortable in the clinch so she pushed Perry away. Perry steps right up and throws a strong right hook to Paulsen's head that staggered her and forced Referee Al Wichgers to step in and issue a standing 8 count. As the fight resumed, Perry charges forward and tries to deliver more damage to the head and body of Paulsen right before the round ended. Perry took a strong edge in the round due to the 8 count.
    Round 2: Perry begins attacking at the opening of the round. Paulsen threw kicks and punches at Perry which had little effect on her. Perry continued moving in and attacking, she front kicked Paulsen in the stomach and put her down but Paulsen got right back up. It was called a flash knockdown but it got a rise out of the crowd. Perry, relentless, keeps moving forward. Paulsen valiantly fought back was not able to stop Perry. Perry's attack was strong, it forced Referee Al Wichgers to step in and stop the match at 1:12 of the round.
    Winner by TKO-Michelle Perry.

  2. Men's Welterweight Muay Thai
    Sean Barnett, 0-1-0, Peak Submission Shootbox, St. Mary's, OH, Jody Poff, vs. Tyler Parr, 1-0-0, Bob Long's Silverbacks, Galesburg, IL, Ashley Sanchez
    Round 1: Parr begins with a leg kick which Barnett answers with a pair of punches. Parr then throws two round kicks toward Barnett's head that just miss the target. Barnett moves in and ties Parr up. Parr pushes him away with his left hand and hits him with his right. Again, Barnett ties Parr up and pulls Parr's head down as he throws knees. Referee Al Wichgers breaks the fighters and warns Barnett for pulling down on Parr's head. Parr throws a round kick and this time hits Barnett in the head. Barnett answers with a leg kick and then ties Parr up attempting to knee him to the body. Parr pushes him off and lands a right hook to Barnett's head. The edge in the round went to Parr on all judges' cards.
    Round 2: Barnett starts with a kick to Parr's stomach which is answered by a stronger kick from Parr to Barnett's stomach. They exchange leg kicks. Parr then throws a leg kick followed by a right hook to the head of Barnett. Parr throws another round kick towards Barnett's face that just misses but he follows it up with a right hook to Barnett's face. Barnett lands a right hook to Parr's head and several unanswered leg kicks that back Parr up. It was a closer round than the first with two judges giving the edge to Parr and one to Barnett.
    Round 3: Barnett starts with a leg kick which is answered by a Parr left/right combination to Barnett's head. Barnett throws a left kick to the body followed by a punch and then he ties Parr up. Barnett begins taking the lead on the exchanges by getting off first and beating Parr to the punch. Barnett the obvious aggressor in the round and ha a much better round. As the bell ends the fight, Parr threw a round kick to the head of Barnett who threw a round kick to Parr's body. The body shot knocked an off-balance Parr down in a flash knockdown. All judges scoring the round for Barnett.
    The final scorecards read 28-29, 29-28 and 28-29. Winner by Split Decision, Tyler Parr.

  3. Men's Welterweight MMA
    James Fritz, 0-0-0-1, HCX International, Shorewood, IL, Hill Bros., vs. Brett Bartnik, 0-0-0-1, Jho Boun Martial Arts, Mokena, IL, Jho Moraga
    Round 1: Both fighters exchange kicks to the body. Fritz throws a leg kick which is answered by a left/right combination from Bartnik to Fritz's face that puts Fritz down. Bartnik comes forward but Fritz scrambled to his feet and meets him standing. Bartnik throws another pair of punches to Fritz's face and Fritz answers with punches of his own. Both fighters circle the ring as they look for an opening. Fritz shoots for a takedown and misses. Both fighters move to their feet and separate allowing Referee Al Wichgers to step in and stop time. He calls Dr. Grace Akiens in to look at a cut under the eye of Jimmy Fritz that he received during the earlier exchanges. The doctor determined that is was too severe for Fritz to continue and stopped the fight at 1:21 of the round.
    Since the fight had not completed the first round, it was issued a "NO CONTEST".

  4. Men's Light Cruiserweight Muay Thai
    Josh Daniels, 1-0-0, Team Blast, Madison, WI, Mike Vaughn, vs. Brian Strick, 0-1-0, Shiru Tora Academy, Madison Hgts., MI, Lisa Dzik
    Round 1: Daniels comes across the ring and throws a flurry of punches to Strick's head. Strick turns away so Daniels wraps him up and begins throwing knees to the body. Strick pushes Daniels off and throws a front leg sidekick to Daniels' body. Daniels walks through it, ties Strick up and begins throwing knees to his body. In the process, he pulls Strick's head down and lands an illegal knee to the head that forces Referee Al Wichgers to stop the fight and issue Daniels a warning for the knee to the head. As the fight resumes, Daniels comes in and knees Strick once again in the head. The referee stopped time and deducted one point from Daniels for the illegal blow. Strick charged forward as the fight continued and wildly threw punches at the head of Daniels as the bell rang to end the round and then continued punching after the bell forcing the referee to stop him an admonish him for the action. All judges gave the edge in the round to Daniels but due to the point deduction, it ended up an even round.
    Round 2: Daniels begins the round with a clinch and a left knee to Strick's body. They break, Daniels moves in calmly and throws powerful, straight punches to the head and body of Strick, forcing Strick back and between the ropes. Daniels steps back, lets Strick out and continues to hit Strick. Strick fights back but is unable to keep Daniels from coming forward. Strick throws a spinning backfist which is answered by a spinning backfist from Daniels as the bell rings to end the round. All judges score the round for Daniels.
    Round 3: Strick throws a right as Daniels throws a front kick to Strick's body. Strick, looking very tired, throws wild punches at Daniels. Daniels moves forward and begins throwing several unanswered left/right combinations to the head of Strick that back him into the corner. Referee Al Wichgers steps in and issues an 8 count and then sees that Strick is not able to continue so he stops the fight at 1:38 of the round.
    Winner by TKO, Josh Daniels.

  5. Men's Middleweight Muay Thai
    Nick Bismack, 1-0-0, Independent, Coldwater, MI, Cyrus Washington, vs. Erik Braun, 0-1-0, Peoria Athletic Club, Peoria, IL, Nam Do
    Round 1: Bismack grabs Braun around the head and throws knees to Braun's body and in the process spins Braun's headgear around. Referee Al Wichgers stops time for an equipment repair and then the fight resumes. Bismack comes in with left/right combination followed by a front kick to the body that backs Braun up. Bismack grabs Braun around the neck, throws a pair of knees and then steps back and throws eight unanswered punches to the head of Braun followed by a knee and then four more head shots. Braun goes down and receives an 8 count. The fight continues as Braun comes across the ring toward Bismack who is waiting in the neutral corner. Bismack hits Braun with a left/right combination followed by another knee and then steps back. He dances around and then throws a round kick that hits Braun in the head and puts Braun down at 1:29 of the round.
    Winner by KO, Nick Bismack.

  6. Men's Lightweight MMA
    Efrain Vazquez, 1-0-0, HCX International, Plainfield, IL, Hill Bros., vs. Ramon Soto, 0-1-0, Independent, Aurora, IL, Self
    Round 1: Soto begins with a pair of punches that are answered by a round kick to the leg of Soto from Vazquez. Vazquez throws two punches to the face of Soto who answers with a couple of upper cuts that drop Vazquez to his knees. He gets up and Soto continues throwing punches to Vazquez' head. Soto moves forward with a flurry of head punches that back Vazquez to the corner. Vazquez wraps his arms around Soto's head and throws a left knee into Soto's ribs that hurt him. He backs away and Vazquez throws two left round kicks to Soto's head that daze him. He moves in and throws two knees to the body and then flings Soto down onto the ground. Soto, face down on the mat with Vazquez on top and punching him, taps out at 1:26 of the round.
    Winner by Tapout-Efrain Vazquez.

  7. Men's Super Middleweight Muay Thai
    Dan Westlake, 1-0-0, Peak Submission Shootbox, St. Mary's, OH, Jody Poff, vs. Michael Bambach, 0-1-0, Shiru Tora Academy, Madison Hgts. MI, Lisa Dzik
    Round 1: The fighters exchange punches to the head, knees to the body in the clinch and then knees to the groin. With time stopped for recovery, Westlake appeared to receive the most damage in the exchange of low blows. As the fight continues, they exchange leg kicks then tie up and exchange knees. Both fighters step back and throw very wild looping punches at each other. Bambach moves forward with his head low as Westlake throws flurries of punches trying to catch him with his hands down as well. The round ends with the edge going to Westlake on all cards.
    Round 2: Bambach comes forward and throws a left round kick to the body but takes a left hook to his own body that puts him down in a flash knockdown. Bambach throws a left round kick the Westlake's body. Westlake catches the leg and throws a left/right /left combination to Bambach's head and staggers him forcing Referee Al Wichgers to step in and issue an 8 count. Bambach moves in with his head down again and tries to punch at Westlake. Westlake answers with a left/right/left/right combination that put Bambach down on his knees and his mouthpiece out at 1:51 of the round.
    Winner by TKO, Dan Westlake.

  8. Men's Welterweight Muay Thai
    Matt Olson, 1-2-0, Team Blast, Madison, WI, Mike Vaughn, vs. Brian Skjold, 0-7-2, Southside Dojo Guerilla Fight Team, Portage, MI
    Round 1: After the fight begins with an exchange of leg kicks from the outside and knees in the clinch. Olson takes the lead with an inside leg kick followed by a left/right combination to the head and a knee to the body of Skjold. He continues with a flurry of left/right combinations which put Skjold down and earns an 8 count from Referee Al Wichgers. As the fight continues, Skjold throws a round kick to the head of Olson that was blocked. Olson moves forward and watches for another chance to land power shots on Skjold. Skjold throws punches but many were blocked by Olson who then throws an overhand right and a left hook to Skjold's face that forces Skjold to grab on and tie Olson up. As the round ends, the fighters exchange knees in the corner. The edge in the round went to Olson due to the 8 count.
    Round 2: Olson starts with a pair of front kicks that back Skjold up. Skjold ties Olson up and they try to exchange knees. The referee separates them after a period of inactivity and then Olson comes forward with a pair of left/right combinations followed by a left hook to the jaw of Skjold that puts him down on his back and earns him another 8 count. Acknowledging that he wishes to continue, he receives a glancing left/right combination from Olson followed by a left upper cut to his chin and an overhand right in the corner of the ring that puts him down again and earns him a second 8 count. At the bell, Olson throws another left/right combination but Skjold survives the round. The round went to Olson because of the two 8 counts.
    Round 3: Olson, possibly wanting to finish the fight, throws straight punches to the head of Skjold who answers back with punches of his own but has the majority of them blocked by Olson. Skjold throws more punches and to want to take the lead in the round. Olson will allow Skjold to punch himself out and then come back with the left/right combinations that worked for him in the earlier rounds.
    Winner by Unanimous Decision, Matt Olson, 30-24, 30-24 and 30-24.

  9. Men's Cruiserweight Muay Thai
    Ryan Zielinski, 0-1-0, Team Blast, Madison, WI, Mike Vaughn, vs. Anthony Tangorra, 1-0-0, Olympian Centre/Xtreme Couture, Schiller Park, IL
    Round 1: Zielinski opens with a punch, Tangorra answers with leg kicks and then puts him arms around Zielinski's head and begins throwing powerful knees to Zielinski's body that hurt him and backs him through the ropes. Referee Al Wichgers breaks the fighters and brings Zielinski back into the ring. Tangorra then throws a left/right combination to Zielinski's head and puts him down forcing the referee to step in and issue an 8 count to Zielinski. As the fight resumes, Tangorra throws two leg kicks and two right hooks to Zielinski's body that put him down again and earns him another 8 count. Tangorra charges in with kicks and punches that over power Zielinski and forces Referee Al Wichgers to step in and stop the fight at 1:43 of the round.
    Winner by TKO, Anthony Tangorra.

  10. Men's Welterweight MMA
    Sonny Bordonado, 1-2-0, Team Reckless, New Lenox, IL, Bill Novak, vs. Joseph Negri, 2-1-0, Southside Dojo Guerilla Fight Team, Portage, MI, Jason Jackson
    Round 1: Negri comes in with a leg kick and then shoots in for a double leg takedown. He picks Bordonado up and drops him on his back with Negri in a side mount. Negri tries to throw his leg over as Bordonado twists around and slips out the back leaving bother fighters standing. Negri moves in with his arms around Bordonado and backs him into the corner. Negri reaches down and drops Bordonado with a single leg takedown. Negri again tries to get a stronger mount but allows Bordonado to twist out and stand again. Negri ducks under a punch and gets to Bordonado's back with both fighters standing. Bordonado attempts a standing roll to shake Negri but Negri rolls with him and ends up on top with Bordonado on his back. Negri took the edge in the round with superior takedowns and aggressiveness.
    Round 2: Both fighters start cautiously at first until Negri shoots in and takes Bordonado down. Bordonado from legs around bottom, pulls Negri's head down to neutralize any "ground and pound". With Bordonado's arms and legs wrapped around him, Negri stands and then falls on Bordonado to shake him loose. He begins throwing punches to Bordonado's body that cause Bordonado to tie him up again. Negri stands and allows Bordonado to stand which allows Negri to shoot in and pick Bordonado up and drop him on his back. He works his way around to Bordonado's side and grabs an arm and sits out into a match ending arm bar just as the bell rings to end the round allowing Bordonado to survive the round and continue the fight. The edge in the round went to Negri on all cards.
    Round 3: Bordonado starts with a left hook that Negri ducks under and shoots for a double leg takedown but only succeeds in backing Bordonado into the corner where Bordonado is able to throw and land a couple of knees to Negri's body. Negri keeps pushing Bordonado up against the ropes until he can get his arms around the waist and pick him up and put him down. Negri is able to get a full mount but gets too high and allows Bordonado to twist out and reverse positions on Negri who twists out himself and gains the top again. Negri spins around and attempts a guillotine choke on Bordonado as the bell rings to end the fight. All judges scored a really good fight 30-27.
    Winner by Unanimous Decision, Joe Negri.

  11. Men's Heavyweight MMA
    Rob Galloway, 2-0-0, Peak Submission Shootbox, St. Mary's, OH, Jody Poff, vs. Arnold Adams, 2-1-0, Bushido, Chicago, IL, Eugene Coker
    Round 1: Adams starts with a left jab to the face of Galloway as Galloway shoots in for a take down. Adams sprawls to avoid the takedown and attempts a guillotine choke but as he throws his legs around Galloway's body to apply the pressure, Galloway pulls his head out and gains a top mount. Adams, with legs around bottom, works to hold and control Galloway's arms to prevent punches. Galloway working to improve his position, slips and falls off of Adams allowing Adams to twist and reverse positions on Galloway. Now with Adams in a full mount on top of Galloway, he begins to rain punches down on Galloway. Galloway turns to his stomach with Adams high on his back allowing Galloway to slide out the back and stand. With both fighters up, Galloway comes in with his head down and tries a takedown but Adams avoids it. Adams throws a right leg round kick to Galloway's head followed by a left spinning backfist and a right hook to the head that puts Galloway down onto the canvas causing a stoppage of the fight at 2:41 of the round. Referee Al Wichgers reports that the final blow was an illegal punch to the back of Galloway's head and therefore disqualifies Adams in the fight.
    Winner by Disqualification, Rob Galloway


SATURDAY, April 5th, 2008, AT 6:25 PM, PT

RESULTS FROM
"CLASH IN THE CAGE"
Friday, April 4th, 2008 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA

Results Submitted by ISCF Representative: Chuck Wolfe

  1. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS SUBMISSION ONLY
    William Parker Vs Wes Romans
    WINNER: Parker by Verbal Submission due to (Arm Bar) at 2:26 of Round 1.
  2. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Jared Corn Vs Justin Kelly
    WINNER: Corn by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:03 of Round 2.

  3. AMATEUR FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Marcus Washington Vs Shane Denton
    WINNER: Denton by Verbal Submission due to (Strikes) at :49 of Round 2.
  4. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Robby Crismon Vs Aaron Winzer
    WINNER: Winzer by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:49 of Round 1


FRIDAY, April 4th, 2008, AT 3:30 PM, PT

THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...

True Fight Fan L.L.C. Presents
"CLASH IN THE CAGE"
Grain Valley, Missouri, USA



POSTED AT 6:00 PM, PT



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...

HCX International, LLC - Entertainment Presents
"PURE FORCE"
Tinley Park, Illinois, USA



MORE MMA ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


International Fight League Presents
"NEW BLOOD - NEW BATTLES"
East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA



THURSDAY, April 3rd, 2008, AT 10:40 AM, PT

RESULTS FROM
"UNLEASHED"
March 28th, 2008 - Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, USA

EAST COAST CHAMPIONS MMA, Camp Lejeune, NC, By JJ Coronel: It was a great night for fights at Marine Corps Installation Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. This, the first legal event in North Carolina since the UFC last visited back on April 4th, 1995, was ISCF sanctioned and put together by first time promoter Monica Sanford's D & D Productions, to benefit the Wounded Warrior project; part of MCCS (Marine Corps Community Services). For a first time event it was put together in a very professional manner rivaling more seasoned promotions. What else would one expect from the U.S. Marines…

  1. AMATEUR MMA
    John Heisler Vs Michael Parsnip
    Both fighters came out hard with Heisler connecting at a faster rate and overpowering Parsnip quickly and controlling the bout . Referee stoppage due to strikes.
    WINNER: John Heisler defeats Michael Parsnip by TKO at :23 of Round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA
    Anthony Wikstrom Vs *Dave Felton
    Both fighters came out swinging hard with Felton scoring the first takedown. Both reversed positions and swapped ground and pound attacks. In Round 2, Felton came out hard taking Wikstrom down and dominating the round with his ground game. He was able to secure a dominant position and then sink in the rear naked choke to secure the win.
    WINNER: Dave Felton defeats Anthony Wikstrom via Rear Naked Choke at 3:13 of Round 2.

  3. AMATEUR MMA
    *Mike Brown Vs Troy Miller
    Both fighters came out throwing hard. Miller rocked Brown but the active Navy sailor – an incredible physical specimen with a bright future, was able to counter Miller's submission attempts and ultimately dominate and take Miller down and secure position to apply an arm bar to win the fight.
    WINNER: Mike Brown defeats Troy Miller by armbar at 2:16 of Round 1.

  4. PRO DEBUT
    Lee Stuckey Vs Ben Glossop
    Stuckey is a Marine who recently returned from Fallujah and was not going to disappoint the cheering crowd. He came out fast and was able to secure a guillotine on Glossop to win the fight.
    WINNER: Lee Stuckey defeats Benjamin Glossop by guillotine at :34 of Round 1.

  5. PRO MMA
    Jon Meyer Vs Robert Thompson
    This was a great fight with both fighters refusing to back down. They swapped punches, kicks and ground and pound. There were several reversals…as the round wore down, however, it became apparent that the Jorge Gurgel fighter, Meyer was superior. Just as the round was to end, he secured an armbar and Thompson tapped just before time ran out.
    WINNER: John Meyer defeats Robert Thompson by armbar at 4:59 of Round 1.

  6. PRO MMA
    John "Voodoo" Walsh Vs Josh Samman
    Walsh, another active duty Marine who just recently transferred from Lejeune to California, came out to please the [former] home base crowd. He was dominant over Samman, taking him down and securing the arm triangle quickly to win the fight.
    WINNER: John Walsh defeats Josh Samman by arm triangle at :48 of Round 1.

  7. PRO MMA
    Solomon Hutcherson Vs George Allen
    Hutcherson and Allen came out with bad intentions trading hard punches and kicks. It quickly became "Team Dagger" all the way as Hutcherson was able to take Allen down, secure a dominant position and work his ground and pound against the fence of the Cage, opening a nasty cut on Allen's forehead before Allen's corner threw in the towel.
    WINNER: Solomon Hutcherson defeats George Allen – corner throws in towel - 4:55 Round 1.

  8. PRO MMA
    143 Pro: Jarrod "Wild" Card Vs Jeff Bedard (143 lb max agreed upon)
    Both fighters came out testing each other out. Bedard was able to secure several takedowns. He defended and reversed Card's attacks from the bottom. Although he dominated round 1 and was ahead on all of the judge's scorecards, Bedard separated his shoulder in round 1 and was unable to answer the bell for round 2.
    Winner Jarrod Card due to injury default of Jeff Bedard.


TUESDAY, April 1st, 2008, AT 7:50 PM, PT

THIS PAST WEEKENDS ISCF RESULTS...

RESULTS FROM
"Collision in the Cage 1"
March 28th, 2008 - Clinton, Missouri, USA

ISCF Representative Chuck Wolfe: Collision in the Cage 1 was a successful event. First time Promoter Rodger Partridge did a good job match making a very entertaining fight card. From ten second submissions to TKO's the action was non-stop. Highlight of the evening was local fighter Super Heavyweight Jeremy Chiles landing one good sidekick on his opponent that dislocated his shoulder as he blocked it. Resulting in a Verbal Submission. Just think if it would have landed clean. After some medical attention his opponent was OK to fight another day. Results as follows:

  1. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    John McDaniel Vs Bobby Keller
    WINNER: McDaniel by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at :36 of Round 1.

  2. AMATEUR FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Derek Brooks Vs Scott Fuller
    WINNER: Fuller by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:10 of Round 1.

  3. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Edwin Cabuz Vs Wes Romans
    WINNER: Cabuz by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:04 of Round 1.

  4. AMATEUR HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Kenny Curbow Vs Joshua Moore
    WINNER: Curbow by KO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at :35 of Round 1.
  5. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MODIFIED RULES
    BOTH FIGHTERS ARE ONLY 17 SO THE GRAPPLING WAS SUBMISSION ONLY - "NO STRIKING"
    2 ROUNDS KICKBOXING - 1 SUBMISSION WRESTLING

    EJ or CJ Trahan Vs Jacob Leavitt
    WINNER: Leavitt by Tap Out via Arm Triangle at :20 of Round 3.

  6. AMATEUR FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Joe Bayless Vs John Wills
    WINNER: Willis by Majority Decision, 28-27, 27-29 & 27-29.

  7. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Travis Hunt Vs Jason Cooper
    WINNER: Hunt by Unanimous Decision, 30-27 all cards.

  8. AMATEUR MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Kevin Holmes Vs Mike Shirley
    WINNER: Kevin Holmes by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at :46 of Round 1.

  9. AMATEUR HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Ethan Holmes Vs Steve Myers
    WINNER: Meyers by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:55 of Round 1.

  10. AMATEUR SUPER HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Jeremy Chiles Vs Jim Kendle
    WINNER: Chiles by Verbal Submission as Referee Stops Contest due to Strike at :10 of Round 1.

  11. AMATEUR HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Brandon Jolley Vs Ben Crawford
    CORRECTED 8-4-08: WINNER: Brandon Jolley by Unanimous Decision, 30-27 all cards.

  12. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Patrick Hill Vs Brandon Lubke
    WINNER: Lubke by Tap Out due to Arm Bar at 1:12 of Round 2.




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RESULTS FROM
"MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 7"
March 29th, 2008 - Moberly, Missouri, USA

BY ISCF Representative Chuck Wolfe: Thirteen under fights, two ISCF United States Title fights and a packed house equaled a very exciting night in Moberly, Missouri. ISCF Promoter Ricky Davidson and his wife Melissa out did themselves by matchmaking a card that would make most promoters envious. 1000+ fans packed into the Municipal Auditorium in this small town just 35 miles north of Columbia, Missouri. These fans were not disappointed. These Mid-Mo Fight shows just keep getting better and better.

In the first Co-Main Event Jose Vega (9-2) squared off against Kyle Carver (5-1) for the vacant ISCF Bantamweight U.S. Title. Vega proved he was the better man this night, needing just a little over two minutes to secure a choke and get the Tap Out from Carver.

William Joplin (11-4) and Brian Jordan (8-4) brought this exciting night to a close with a action packed fight. In the second Co-Main Event Joplin and Jordan had the vacant ISCF Featherweight U.S. Title to fight for and fight they did. Joplin winning in the third round by Tap Out securing a Guillotine Choke to become the new ISCF U.S. Featherweight Champion.
Here are all the nights results.

  1. AMATEUR MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Justin Zabokrtsky VS Mike Elliot
    WINNER:Zabokrtsky by Tap Out (Guillotine) at 1:04 of Round 1.
  2. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Daniel Clark VS Mahlon Kugler,
    WINNER: Kugler by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:37 of Round 1.

  3. AMATEUR FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Levi Young VS Cam Moore
    WINNER: Young by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:10 of Round 2.

  4. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Lee Werr VS Todd Peterson
    WINNER: Werr by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:33 of Round 1.

  5. AMATEUR FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Frank Salsberry VS Tyler Mejia
    WINNER: Mejia by Tap Out due to Arm Bar at 2:11 of Round 3.

  6. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Nathan Orton VS Rex Sizemore
    WINNER: Orton by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at :37 of Round 2.

  7. AMATEUR MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Phillip Rains, ( Raines ) VS Matt Stine
    WINNER: Stine by Verbal Submission due to Slam at 1:23 of Round 2.
  8. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Martin Giger VS Josh Daily,
    WINNER: Giger by Referee Stoppage due to Guillotine at 1:01 of Round 2.

  9. AMATEUR LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Higginbotham VS Troy Richardson
    WINNER: Richardson by Tap Out due to Triangle Choke at 1:41 of Round 1.

  10. AMATEUR MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Ryan Bresnahan VS Ian Warren
    WINNER: Warren by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 1:39 of Round 1.

  11. AMATEUR WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Dale Davenport VS Jeff Stoneking
    WINNER: Davenport by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 2:31 of Round 1.

  12. AMATEUR HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Justin York VS Kieth Hicks
    WINNER: Hicks by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at 1:24 of Round 1.

  13. AMATEUR HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Goodwin VS Jesse McCollum
    WINNER: Goodwin by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at :24 of Round 1.

  14. ISCF AMATEUR UNITED STATES BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE
    Kyle Carver VS Jose Vega
    WINNER: Vega by Tap Out due to (Frontal Choke) at 2:16 of Round 1.
  15. ISCF AMATEUR UNITED STATES FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE
    William Joplin VS Brian Jordan
    WINNER: Joplin by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choker) at 3:04 of Round 3.




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RESULTS FROM
"SHOWDOWN!"
March 28th, 2008 - Independence, Missouri, USA

  1. AMATEUR MMA
    Andrew Powell VS Chris Milne
    Chris Milne Defeated Andrew Powell by Rear naked choke 2:45 in Round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA
    Josh Roberson VS Steve Snodgrass
    Josh Roverson Defeated Steve Snodgrass by Tapout at 1:35 in Round 1.

  3. AMATEUR MMA
    Lonnie Dodge VS Josh Sisk
    Lonnie Dodge Defeated Josh Sisk by Verbal Submission due to Strikes at 2:13 of Round 1.

  4. AMATEUR MMA:
    Jamison Tevis VS Michael Anthony Mayer
    Jamie Tevis Defeated Mike Mayer by Tapout in a Rear Choke at .39 seconds of Round 1.

  5. AMATEUR KICKBOXING
    Paul Witworth VS Alex Rakestraw
    Paul Witworth Defeated Alex Rakestraw by Split Decision.

  6. AMATEUR MMA
    Cory Reiling VS Rusty Fredrick
    Cory Reiling Defeated Rusty Fredrick by Tapout due to strikes at 2:54 of Round 1.

  7. AMATEUR MMA
    Matt McClure VS Chris Talley
    Matt McClure Defeated Chris Talley by Referee Stoppage due to Strikes at 1:18 of Round 1.

  8. AMATEUR MMA
    Van Powell VS Dominic Cantu
    Van Powell Defeated Dominic Cantu by Tapout way of Guillotine choke at 2:08 of Round 2.

  9. AMATEUR MMA
    Kevin Speierman VS Ian Barnett
    Ian Burnett Defeated Kevin Speirman by Tapout to a Rear Choke at 1:42 of Round 1.

  10. AMATEUR MMA
    Tim Tripp VS Fred Givhan
    Tim Tripp Defeated Fred Givhan by Unanimous decision.

  11. AMATEUR MMA
    *Adam Jensen VS Thomas Link
    Adam Jensen Defeated Thomas Link by Rear Choke Tapout at 2:40 of Round 1.

  12. AMATEUR MMA
    Mike Goodman VS Mike Tysdal
    Mike Goodman Defeated Mike Tysdal by Rear Choke Tapout at 2:08 of Round 2.

  13. AMATEUR MMA
    Chris Barrows VS Jason Ivey
    Chris Barrows Defeated Jason Ivy by Tapout due to Armbar at 21 seconds of Round 1.

  14. AMATEUR MMA
    Brandon Koontz VS Nick Nolte
    Nick Nolte Defeated Brandon Koontz by Gator roll Choke Tapout at 1:16 of Round 1.





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