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THURSDAY, February 28th 2008, AT 5:40 PM, PT

THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION



International Fight League Presents
"NEW BLOOD - NEW BATTLES"
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

This Is An ALL PRO Fight Card

  1. IFL Title Bout: Ryan "The Lion" Schultz Vs John Gunderson
  2. IFL Title Bout: Matt Horwich Vs Ryan McGivern
  3. IFL Title Bout: Fabiano Scherner Vs Roy Nelson
  4. Jake Ellenberger Vs Pat Healy
  5. Rafael Dias Vs Santino DeFranco
  6. Leopoldo Serao Vs Josh Haynes
  7. Alexandre Ferreira Vs Lew Polley
  8. Ian Loveland Vs Dennis Davis










MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND


Cage Championships LLC Presents
"Cage Championships X"
Sullivan, Missouri, USA



WEDNESDAY, February 27th, 2008, AT 8:30 PM, PT

RESULTS FROM
"Round 3"
February 23rd, 2008 - Lebanon, Missouri, USA

By ISCF Event Representative Chuck Wolfe: Proving Grounds Fight League called tonight's event ROUND THREE ~ for a variety of reasons. One, it is the third in a series of Fight Cards they've treated their fans to. And, every fight aficionado knows making it to the third round is a challenge all on it's own - finishing the third round is the mark of a true competitor. Proving Grounds not only made it to the third round, they finished like champions. This card was action-packed and the fans enjoyed every moment of action. Don't miss their next fight card.

  1. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Mike McCabe Vs Jesse Beck
    WINNER: JESSE BECK by TAP-OUT due to ARMBAR at 1:13 of Round One.

  2. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Levi Thurston Vs Travis Hall
    WINNER: LEVI THURSTON by TAP-OUT due to GUILLOTINE CHOKE at :42 of Round One.
  3. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Eric Lawson Vs Larry Franklin
    WINNER: ERIC LAWSON by TAP-OUT due to GUILLOTINE CHOKE at 1:01 of Round Two.
  4. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Cody Alexander Vs Kurtland Johnson
    WINNER: KURTLAND JOHNSON by TAP-OUT due to REAR NAKED CHOKE at 1:18 of Round One.
  5. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Billy Walker Vs Ryan MacInerny
    WINNER: RYAN MACINERNY by TAP-OUT due to LEG TRIANGLE at 1:28 of Round Two.

  6. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Eddy King Vs Edwin Cabuz
    WINNER: EDWIN CABUZ by TAP-OUT due to REAR NAKED CHOKE at 1:40 of Round Two.

  7. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    John Asbury Vs Tyrel Jackson
    WINNER: JOHN ASBURY by TAP-OUT due to FRONTAL CHOKE at 1:12 of Round One.

  8. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Andy Hunter Vs *Jason Herndon
    WINNER: ANDY HUNTER by DISQUALIFICATION of Jason Herndon for doing TWO SPIKING ELBOWS on Hunter at 2:22 of Round One.
    Note: Herndon previously had a point deducted for a strike to the spine.

  9. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Jeremy Cameron Vs Kyle Swadley
    WINNER: KYLE SWADLEY by TAP-OUT due to REAR NAKED CHOKE at :52 of Round One.

  10. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    BJ Hunter Vs Eric Brown
    WINNER: ERIC BROWN by UNANIMOUS DECISION, 30-27 on all cards.

The John Guilvion Vs Zeb Runge Bout was scratched after confusion over catch weight for both fighters.



MORE ISCF RESULTS


RESULTS FROM
"Fredericksburg Battlefield"
February 23rd, 2008 - Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA

  1. David Carter Vs Jeremy Shelton
    Referee Duruttya
    TKO - Referee Stops Contest due to strikes at 2:37 of 1st round Winner: Shelton.

  2. Elder Ramos Vs Curtis Jones
    Referee Duruttya
    TKO - Corner Throw in the Towel at :40 of 3rd round, Winner: Ramos.

  3. Alec Newman Vs Ricky Burnett
    Referee Rainey
    Tap Out - Rear Naked Choke at 2:15 of 1st round, Winner: Newman.

  4. Clive Mitchell Vs Danny Cox
    Referee Rainey
    KO at 1:52 of 2nd round, Winner: Mitchell.

  5. Nick Robison Vs Lance Guckenburger
    Referee Rainey
    Referee Stops Contest due to Strikes at :29 of 1st round, Winner: Guckenburger.

  6. Kelly Ginley Vs Waja Varsislis
    Referee Duruttya
    Winner by unanimous Decision, Ginley
  7. Ned Vegara Vs Patrick Norwood
    Referee Duruttya
    Tap Out - Guillotine 1:20 of 1st round Winner: Norwood.

  8. Mark Flavin Vs Jimy Hettes
    Referee Duruttya
    Tap Out - Triangle 1:28 of 1st round, Winner: Hettes.

  9. EXHIBITION - Last minute replacement, out of weight range
    Referee Duruttya.
    Josh Wylie Vs Bryan Davenport (Exhibition)
    Tap Out - Rear Naked Choke 1:34 of 1st Round, Winner: Wylie.
  10. Kris McCray Vs *Jason Gates
    Referee Duruttya
    Referee Stops Contest Due to Strikes at :18 of 1st round, Winner: McCray.

  11. Chad Stevens Vs Chris Conner
    Referee Rainey
    Tap Out - Submission at :58 of 1st Round, Winner: Conner.

  12. Ben Ballenger Vs Louis Armezzani
    Referee Duruttya
    Tap Out - Rear Naked Choke at 1:26 of 1st Round, Winner: Armezzani.

  13. Brent Hess Vs Rusty Cook
    Referee Duruttya
    Winner by unanimous Decision Brent Hess.


TUESDAY, February 26th, 2008, AT 5:30 PM, PT

SPECIAL
ISCF WORLD CLASSIC
TOURNAMENT NOTE

Hammer Fists ARE Allowed In The ISCF World Classic Tournament.
In Both The Novice & Open Divisions


POSTED AT 1:30 PM, PT



MORE FIGHT NEWS...


Anonymous Sponsor Steps In
To Aid IBL Team Owners

This news will excite all potential IBL Team Owners.
As some here know, last week, the ISCF stepped in to sponsor IBL Team Owners who are also ISCF Promoters. The ISCF stepped up and offered to pay $1,000 of each Teams Registration Fees to the IBL for all ISCF Promoters who are planning to purchase an IBL Team. This was great for the ISCF Promoters, but what about those who are not ISCF Promoters? Well, for those non ISCF Promoters, your prayers have been answered... This week a sponsor stepped in and told the IBL that for every team that registers, he would pay $1,000 of their Team fees, making their fees only $1,500 now.

"This is the way we had hoped things would start working out" said IBL Commissioner Steve Fossum. "The more sponsors we can bring in to aid the League, the more successful it will be."

The funny thing here is that the sponsor has asked to remain anonymous. "I'm doing this to help the Amateur side of the sport" he said. "The concept of the IBL sounds exciting and I'm just proud to be in a financial situation where I can step in and help."

The Team registration deadline for the 2008 IBL Season is March 1st and with this reduction of fees it will surly make it easier for Teams to form. Those Teams who have already registered at the $2,500 fee will be sent a check for $1,000 later this week.

For those looking to Register for an IBL Team, go to the IBL Team Registration Page that can be found by clicking HERE.



MORE IBL NEWS...


I Have A Team
But I Don't Know How To Promote
Or Don't Have A Venue...

No worries here... We have had several trainers tell us they can put an IBL Team together but they have never promoted before. Well, we have taken some time to look into a remedy for this issue and have come up with some very helpful ideas.

These various scenarios will be brought into play after we see how many IBL Teams are registered after March 1st. If you can't promote your own events, many of the other IBL Promoters can and well, and share the income with you. So if this is stopping you, it shouldn't any longer...



FRIDAY, February 22nd, 2008, AT 2:00 PM, PT

ISCF
Implements New "AMATEUR" Fighter Forms

The latest ISCF Safety decision comes fresh on the heels of the recent issue with MMA Fighter Wes Osburn of Springfield, Missouri, USA. As some here may remember, Osburn fought as an Amateur after fighting as a Pro the weekend before. in addition, as if that wasn't bad enough, he also fought that second event after being stopped by TKO, "AND" given a 30 day suspension by the Indian gaming commission.

Because the ISCF does not want to see this happen again, they have now made it MANDATORY that EVERY AMATEUR fighter on ALL ISCF Sanctioned events complete and sign the new ISCF AMATEUR Fighter Confirmation Form.

This form binds Amateur Fighters to their word that they have never fought as a Professional (As Osburn did) and that they have not been Knocked out or stopped due to KO, TKO or injury within a minimum of 30 days prior to the event they are fighting on and signing the form for. For legal reasons the form is very detailed covering all the legal issues related to the topic as well as dealing with the ever so controversial issue of Women fighters and the possibility as well as potential liability of them bring pregnant for their fight.

To see and use the new form click HERE.

In addition, due to the requests of several Promoters, the ISCF has also created a Release Of Liability Waiver Form for Promoters to use. This form can be found by clicking HERE.

To give Promoters time to implement this new form, the form will become a mandatory requirement for all events beginning March 1st, 2008. To review the ISCF stance on pros vs Amateur status click HERE.



THURSDAY, February 21st, 2008, AT 6:25 PM, PT

THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION



Battlefield Fighting Championships Presents
"Fredericksburg Battlefield"
Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!



Proving Grounds Fight League Presents
"Round 3"
Lebanon, Missouri, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!



Paul Pearson In Association With AKA England Present
"Muay Thai & MMA CHAMPIONSHIPS"
Cockerton, Darlington, England

FIGHT CARD HANDLED BY ISCF ENGLAND



WEDNESDAY, February 20th, 2008, AT 8:00 PM, PT

RESULTS FROM
"CLASH IN THE CAGE 23"
February 8th, 2008 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA

Phil Jones and The True Fight Fan Crew have not only done it again they've done yet another first... a True Fight Fan Appreciation Night!

True Fight Fan, together with major Sponsor, Whiskey Tango's Night Club, put the cash box aside and showed their Fan Appreciation by NOT putting a price on any ticket that they (The Fan) brought to the door. Needless to say the place was packed with people and excitement. Rumor has it that this could be a monthly event in conjunction with True Fight Fans Professional Shows. What a great way to say thanks to the many loyal fans who've shown their support to the True Fight Fans Warriors over these past few years. Make it to the next show - it will be well worth your while, not only in terms of awesome entertainment, but attending an event that treats their fans right!

  1. Robby Crismon VS David George
    WINNER: Robby Crismon by Forfeit as George is a No-Show on fight night after showing up at weigh-in.
  2. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Marcus Washington VS John Capek
    WINNER: Marcus Washington by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at 1:56 of Round 2.
  3. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Peter Baldwin VS Anthony Smith
    WINNER: Anthony Smith by Tap Out due to (Arm Bar) at 2:47 of Round 2.

  4. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Ethan Davis VS Clay Evinger
    WINNER: Ethan Davis by Tap Out due to (Strikes) at 1:25 of Round 2.

  5. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Hale VS Tim Tripp
    WINNER: Chris Hale by Tap Out due to (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:23 of Round 2.

  6. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Jose Garcia VS Jeff Souder
    WINNER: Jeff Souder by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at 1:19 of Round 1.
  7. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Ryan Green VS Tom Thurber
    WINNER: Ryan Green by Tap Out due to (Side Choke) at 2:49 of Round 1.

  8. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Ryan Cenkus VS Brandon Anderson
    WINNER: Brandon Anderson by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at 2:25 of Round 1.
  9. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Mark Ulbert VS Jeff Sveum
    WINNER: Jeff Sveum by Tap Out due to (Guillotine Choke) at :23 of Round 1.

  10. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Ryan Pederson VS Chris Bo Davis
    WINNER: Ryan Pederson by Forfeit as Bo Davis shows but has the Flu and does not compete.

  11. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Chris Evinger VS Travis Cress
    WINNER: Chris Evinger by TKO as Referee Stops Contest due to (Strikes) at 1:23 of Round 1.


TUESDAY, February 12th, 2008, AT 7:45 PM, PT

IBL FIGHT NEWS...

IBL Has it's Own
News Page!

As of today, the IBL has it's own News Page.
For future IBL info you can read it here on the ISCF News page or on the new IBL News Page,
Found HERE




POTENTIAL IBL OWNERS...
The IBL Does Not Need Everything!

A special note to potential IBL Team Owners...
You do not have to submit your entire roster by the Team Registration Deadline of March 1st. In fact, all the IBL needs from you by March 1st is your completed Franchise Application - Registration Form that tells what city and state you will represent and your registration fees to confirm your regional position.

Teams will have plenty of time between March 1st and the beginning of the IBL Season to complete their Team Roster, Team Logo and even their official IBL Team Name.




First Year Is Best
For New IBL Owners...

Another special note to potential IBL Team Owners...
Those who become a part of the inaugural IBL Season will be locked in to some special benefits. To begin with, the IBL Franchise Fee for the 2009 IBL Season will be more than the inaugural 2008 year. However, all 2008 IBL Team Owners will continue to pay the same IBL Team Franchise Fee for a minimum of 3 years. in addition, first year IBL Owners will also be given much larger percentages of IBL Merchandise sales and several other additions to be announced soon.

It is the plan of the IBL to have an annual League meeting among all the Team Owners. At this meeting, the Team Owners will discuss various issues about the IBL such as Future Goals, Marketing, Awards, Promotions, League Rules and Regulations, Sponsorship, TV/Media and the Financial Status of the IBL to determine if Franchise Fees should go up or remain the same until the next IBL Owners meeting.




Another Special Page!

The IBL has added a page for fighters looking to be on a Team. Over the last couple of weeks several fighters have been looking for Teams that have openings. The IBL cannot promise all fighters listed on this page will get on a Team, but at least their name is out there so Owners know about them. In the last post, this was called a "Fighters Available" page.

As the Teams Owners and Coaches are announced, some of the Teams will offer try-outs. However, most Teams already have all their fighters. More IBL News coming later, but for now... "Battle ON!"



MORE MMA FIGHT NEWS...


RESULTS FROM
"MMA In The Valley"
February 9th, 2008 - Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA

  1. Dustin Honeycutt Vs Chris Morris
    Bout scratched - Reason unknown as of press time.
  2. Sean Pentek Vs Chris Conner
    Winner - Chris Conner - 2:03 of the 2nd round, TKO (referee stops bout due to excessive striking)

  3. Rocky Grim Vs Brian Bowman
    Winner - Brian Bowman - 0:53 of the 2nd round, Tap Out.

  4. Chris Eby Vs Tim Goodwin
    Bout scratched - Reason unknown as of press time.
    Kery Bramlett Vs Jeremy Carper
    Winner - Jeremy Carper - 2:03 of the 1st round, Tap Out.

  5. Darius Houshiarnejad Vs David Davis
    Winner - David Davis - 1:51 of the 1st round, Tap Out (Guillotine Choke)

  6. Sean Hart Jr. Vs Brent Weston
    Winner - Sean Hart Jr. - 0:08 of the 2nd round, TKO.

  7. Brent Hess Vs Kyle Holyard
    Winner - Brent Hess - 1:00 of the 1st round, Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke)

  8. Drew Loy Vs Donald Crawford Jr.
    CORRECTED 2-23-08: Winner - Donald Crawford Jr. at 2:09 of the 2nd round, TKO due to strikes.

  9. Cory Popanz Vs Andre Thomas
    Winner - Cory Popanz - 0:15 of the 2nd round, KO.
    Andre Thomas 60 day Suspension.

  10. Umaer Haq Vs Jeff Vanmeter
    Winner - Jeff Vanmeter - 0:28 of the 1st round, Due to Haq being disqualified for kneeing to the head while Vanmeter was on the ground.

  11. Tyler Moyer Vs Daniel Ready
    Winner - Tyler Moyer - 0:33 of the 1st round, Tap Out (Guillotine Choke)

  12. George Greaves Vs Jason Wright
    Winner - George Greaves - 1:05 of the 1st round, TKO.
  13. AMATEUR WOMEN'S MMA: Krissy Barrett Vs Sharayah Hefner
    Bout scratched.

  14. Cole Presley Vs Robert Conner
    Split decision Draw, Judges scores, 29-28, 28-29, 29-29


MONDAY, February 11th, 2008, AT 10:00 PM, PT

It Will Be Awhile Before
Wes Osburn Fights Again...
Legally...

A little over a week ago on February 2nd, Amateur MMA fighter Wes Osburn of Springfield, Missouri entered the ring at Ricky Duane Davidson II's "MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6" in Moberly, Missouri, USA to fight for the vacant ISCF Mid-Central Regional Heavyweight Title. Eight seconds later, the fight was over after his opponent, Daniel Gallemore connected with a right that knocked Osburn to the floor. When Osburn attempted to get up he was wobbly which forced the Referee to end the bout.

What many did not know is that Osburn had lied to the Promoter and the ISCF Representative as well as his opponent. The lie touched on many different fronts.

To begin with, as everyone here reading this knows, once you fight as a PRO, you are considered a PRO from that moment on. However, Osburn has Glenn Cozzen (Left) listed as his trainer. The question is, did Cozzen's know what was happening? This is still yet to be determined by the ISCF. Regardless, from what is clear, Osburn didn't think that rule about amateurs and pros applied to him because the weekend before this fight on January 25, Osburn fought on Dale Cook's Xtreme Fighting League "Superbrawl 2008" event at the Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Oklahoma and was registered and paid as a Pro MMA Fighter.

Osburn fought in bout number 2 against a fighter named David Fuller. In the bout, Fuller defeated Osborn by a punch KO only :30 seconds into round 1. On top of this, according to sources, he was also suspended by the Oklahoma State Boxing Commission for a KO Suspension.

We were able to find Fuller on Sherdog's (2-0) database which included the Osburn result. We know when the fighter background check was done (Friday, February 1st, 2008 - 8:40 PM/PST ) for Davidson's ISCF Event that Osburn fought on that Osburn was not listed in the Sherdog database. Other than this we saw that Cook (Promoter Dale Cook) was calling Fuller the "THE 300LB SMASHING MACHINE" with a record of 1-1. The promotion also had Osburn listed as 2-0, when we know for a fact that he was actually 3-1 when he stepped into the ring against Fuller in Oklahoma on January 25.

So what does this mean? Well, lets break it down...

However, any smart state commission official can and will see that this can, and HAS happened to not only MMA fighters but also in Professional Boxing and Kickboxing. Sometimes the records of suspension authorities such as "Fight Fax" are not updated quickly enough and because of this, no one knows about a KO, suspension, let alone that a fighter fought as a Pro. This is not an isolated incident with MMA. It has happened before and as in Pro Boxing, it will happen again. What needs to be done is those of us in MMA need to be man enough to "Step-up" and let people know when they see this coming. Thus was the case here...

It has been made clear to us here at the ISCF that several individuals KNEW Osburn had fought Pro on this Oklahoma fight card before he was to fight on Mr. Davidson's fight card as an Amateur. More so, these same individuals KNEW he was Knocked Out on the Oklahoma event. However, because these individuals work with some other ( So called) MMA sanctioning bodies based out of Missouri and Oklahoma they thought they would rather try and make the ISCF look bad here rather than "Step-up" for the safety of a fighter that was just "KNOCKED-OUT!"

So due to their desired "Political Gain" none of these other individuals were man enough to "Step-up" and let anyone know about Osburn's KO... However, what these silent individuals don't realize is that the "Negligence" card is on them now, not the ISCF, not the Promoter or the ISCF Event Representative.

So who is negligent here? Certainly Osburn holds the main responsibility of his own negligence. However, in addition, those in the sport who knew ahead of time and stayed quiet shall carry the burden of guilt as well. By not stepping up, they risked the safety of Osburn to begin with. With just 1 Pro fight, the difference of Osburn's ability would not have been suddenly better having now fought that 1 Pro fight. However, he would not have been allowed to fight as an amateur anymore.

When those associated with the ISCF step-up and inform someone that a fighter on their card is pro and booked to fight amateur, or that a fighter just got knocked out and he shouldn't fight, many, even some state commissions take it as if we are crying to them. LET THIS BE A LESSON NOW, Before someone gets Killed! Even to the State commissions. If you are informed by ANYONE about a fighter with circumstances such as these, you need to LISTEN!

Taking this a step further, IF other event promoters as well as Sanctioning Bodies posted their pre-fight fight cards on a legitimate web site (As the ISCF does), more people could see things like this coming far before they happen. The question is though, "Who else will do this?" Their excuse has always been "This is too much work..." This is what sets the ISCF apart from these other "So called Sanctioning bodies." To the ISCF, sanctioning the sport of mixed Martial Arts whether pro or amateur is more than letters and a sanctioning fee. This is, as it has ALWAYS BEEN, about Fighter Safety!



ISCF TAKES ANOTHER STEP FORWARD
For The Safety Of MMA!

What if Osburn would have died? Sound impossible? Tell that to the California State Commission about a kickboxer named Redone Bougara who, like Osburn, LIED about his past. If you really want to read a story that will floor you, that VERY WELL could have happened here, click HERE!

This action will not go without additional actions by the ISCF, towards Safety. Of course, Osburn will be fined and suspended for his actions by not just the ISCF, but other States as well.

In addition, the ISCF has now put into play a MANDATORY Confirmation form for all ISCF Amateur Fighters to sign and date under penalty or perjury on the day of their event BEFORE their scheduled fight that assures all involved that they are indeed an AMATEUR Fighter and have NEVER fought as a Pro on any Full Contact fight event (MMA, Boxing or Kickboxing). Despite the ISCF doing fighter background checks (That no one else does, not even in USA Boxing) the Osburn incident proves that fighters can and will fight as a Professional one weekend and do their best to fool everyone else and fight as an amateur the next weekend, knowing that their results are not posted anywhere but maybe a message board which is not a confirmed and assured location. This new mandatory fighter form has now been nicknamed the "OI Form" for the Osburn Incident.

In addition, the form will also require truth of signature to assure the fighter has not been suspended as well as knocked out or stopped by Technical knock out within a certain number of days. Each form will require a fighters signature, drivers license number, last 4 numbers of the fighters social security number (For ID purposes) as well as the same from their trainers. as in the Osburn case, his trainer, Glenn Cozzens of Springfield, Missouri will also be fined and suspended due to allowing Osburn to take such an action.



MORE ISCF MMA NEWS...


RESULTS FROM
"MMA EVOLUTION VII"
February 9th, 2008 - Bloomington, Illinois, USA

  1. AMATEUR MMA FEATHERWEIGHT
    Leo Byrd Vs Evan Neise
    Leo Bryd defeated Evan Neise via TKO due to strikes at 2:28 of Round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA LIGHTWEIGHT
    John Karlsen Vs Andrew Childs
    Andrew Child defeated John Karlsen via Tapout at 2:13 of Round 1.

  3. AMATEUR MMA FEATHERWEIGHT
    Jacob Muskulin Vs *Joe Jackson
    Jacob Muskulin defeated Joe Jackson via Tapout due to Arm Triangle at 2:12 of Round 1.

  4. AMATEUR MMA WELTERWEIGHT
    Dorian Mosack Vs Bruce Yoakum
    Dorian Mosack defeated Bruce Yoakum via split decision, 27 - 30, 29 - 28, 29 - 28.

  5. AMATEUR MMA WELTERWEIGHT
    Joshua Hereford Vs Jammie Hill
    Jammie Hill defeated Josh Hereford via split decision 27 - 30, 30 - 27, 28 -29.

  6. AMATEUR MMA LIGHTWEIGHT
    Ryan Mays Vs Joe Davis
    Joe Davis defeated Ryan Mays via Tapout due to Rear Naked Choke at :32 seconds of Round 2.
  7. AMATEUR MMA BANTAMWEIGHT
    Chris Benavides Vs Brad Engle
    Brad Engle defeated Kris Benevides via Tapout due to Guillotine Choke at 2:29 of Round 1.

  8. AMATEUR MMA BANTAMWEIGHT
    Shane Crooks Vs Donald Harper
    Donald Harper defeated Shane Crooks via Tapout due to Arm Bar at 3:59 of Round 1.

  9. AMATEUR MMA MIDDLEWEIGHT
    Jeramiah Robertson Vs Dan McGlasson
    Jeramiah Robertson defeated Dan McGlasson via Tapout due to Triangle Choke at 2:30 of Round 3.

  10. AMATEUR MMA FEATHERWEIGHT
    Derek Hayes Vs Jason Smith
    Jason Smith defeated Derek Hayes via Tapout due to Rear Naked Choke :43 seconds of Round 1.

  11. AMATEUR MMA LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT
    Dustin Whitaker Vs David Gaston
    UPDATE 3-28-08:
  12. AMATEUR MMA LIGHTWEIGHT
    Nicholas Sandage Vs Chris Tickle
    Chris Tickle defeated Nickolus Sandage via Tapout due to Triangle Choke at 3:22 of Round 1.

  13. AMATEUR MMA HEAVYWEIGHT
    Paul Booth Vs Ryan Denison
    Paul Booth wins by forfeit since Ryan Denison was a No Show.
    Denison has been fined and suspended by the ISCF.

  14. PRO MMA BANTAMWEIGHT
    Ashley Sanchez Vs Paula Myers
    Both party's agreed to cancel fight due to a misunderstanding on a catch weight at 130 lbs.



FRIDAY, February 8th, 2008, AT 2:10 PM, PT

THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION



True Fight Fan L.L.C. Presents
"CLASH IN THE CAGE 23"
Grain Valley, Missouri, USA



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!



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



MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!



Squared Circle Promotions - Valley Fight League Presents
"MMA In The Valley"
Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA




THURSDAY, February 7th, 2008, AT 9:40 PM, PT

FIRST
IBL Team Announced!

As we start to confirm some of the owner Applications, we would like to announce the name of the first IBL Team. Please welcome the KC Cage Monster's who will be based out of Overland Park, Kansas. The Team Owners are Mr. Greg Van Etten of Labor Pros - www.laborpros.net and well known Missouri and Kansas ISCF Fight Promoter Mr. Phil Jones of True Fight Fan - www.TrueFightFan.com - The Team plans to name their Coaches early next week along with their first fighters. Congratulations Cage Monsters! The next question now is "Who's Next?"




WEDNESDAY, February 6th, 2008, AT 8:40 PM, PT

Hang On Everyone...
The IBL Is Gaining
MORE SPEED!

The IBL is catching on fast and the eyes are looking this way....! All with VERY LITTLE marketing of the first legit Amateur MMA Team Fight League. Who would have ever thought that such a league would have such a BANG before hitting any of the main media sources!

Although the official announcement of the IBL happened late on Friday, January 18th, the Official IBL website was not launched until after 8:PM on Wednesday, January 23rd. What has surprised everyone here is the massive interest in the IBL. From Thursday, January 24th up until yesterday, Tuesday, February 5th (13 days) the IBL site has had over 1,200 "Unique" visitors to the site and over 33,000 hits. Yes... "Thirty Three THOUSAND!" Already the sites "Alexa" numbers have jumped from a first week in the millions to already under 900,000 (862,291). In the last week the site dipped even lower to 647,238. Alexa.com is a web rating site that ranks web site ratings. The lower the number, the more traffic the site is getting.

Surprisingly a lot of interest has come from outside the USA as well. So far individuals from 14 other countries have e-mailed us here at the IBL Headquarters asking if the IBL plans to expand outside the USA immediately or if the growth plan is slower. Those inquiries have come from the USA neighboring countries of Canada and Mexico of course, that could easily be added into the IBL mix. However, the surprise to the IBL has been the interest from the countries of England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Ghana, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands and Hungary. The biggest surprise was the inquiries received from Japan. Seems they have a big desire to start up an IBL League in Asia. Sweden has shown a big interest in the IBL too. So much that 9% of the IBL site traffic worldwide has come from there. The Alexa rank for the IBL site in the USA is 272,541 while in Sweden it's at 140,700. "I'm not sure how fast we want to grow outside the USA." Said IBL Commissioner Steve Fossum. "This has exploded far beyond our original growth plans and Steve (Crawford, IBL VP of Operations) and myself have found ourselves overwhelmed with inquiry e-mails now and we are still in the Team building stages."

The IBL has now posted a "Question Answer ( Q & A )" page (Click HERE) to answer a lot of the general questions they have been receiving. Added soon will be a "Fighters Available" page. This page will list some of the Amateur fighters looking to get on IBL Teams. As the Teams Owners and Coaches are announced, some of the Teams will offer try-outs. However, most Teams already have all their fighters. More IBL News coming later, but for now... "Battle ON!"



ISCF RESULTS!


RESULTS FROM
"MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6"
February 2nd, 2008 - Moberly, Missouri, USA

Mid Missouri MMA (MID-MO-MMA) remains focused on bringing their loyal fans competitive, exciting cage fights to the Heartland, with four ISCF Title Fights featured on this fight card of 17 - yes 17 fight matches! Tonight's venue proved to be one of the best ~ action-packed, with lots of skill and thrills! All these warriors came ready to take a stand...as Promoter Ricky Davidson quotes "Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are stiffened!". We saw many courageous warriors tonight! Fellow fight fans, don't miss one of Missouri's best cage events; be sure to come experience for yourself at the next event!

  1. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Aaron Crites Vs Adam Miller The fighters come out exchanging blows as Miller slams Crites against the cage in a single leg takedown attempt. Miller works the knees as he is relentless in getting the single leg takedown, taking Crites to the mat. The fighters stand and grapple and Miller lands some body shots, then executes a swift hip toss, moving from a side to full mount, looking for room for ground and pound. Referee Johnson moves in for a closer look as Miller attempts and armbar, which Crites escapes only to stand and be taken back down by Miller to end the round.
    Round two starts fast as Miller makes Crites miss with a right, then makes Crites pay with solid round kick to Crites body then leg. Miller stays busy jabbing then moves to a sweeping takedown. Crites attempts a guillotine from the bottom position, but Miller is relentless working on top forcing Crites to submit!
    WINNER: MILLER by VERBAL SUBMISSION at 1:53 of ROUND TWO.

  2. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA
    Troy Richardson Vs Dustin Wilson
    As Wilson enters the cage ready for war, Richardson does not!
    WINNER: WILSON by FORFEIT.
    Richardson has been suspended 60 days and fined a promoters reimbursement fee of $100.00 which must be paid to the Promoter before the suspension is lifted.

  3. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Chad Smith Vs Lonnie Redmond Now the crowd is primed and so are the fighters as Redmond jumps in and lands a solid right, leg kick combination, dropping Smith to the mat, and going for the ground and pound, forcing Referee Johnson to step in and stop the action!
    WINNER: REDMOND by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at :14 of ROUND ONE.

  4. MIDDLEWEIGHTS MMA
    Ben Hummel Vs Adam White White steps in as Justin Hall does not fight. (Reason unknown at press time.) White starts with a right over the top, but Hummel responds with a two leg takedown, moving to the side mount. White pulls a tight guard in defense, but Hummel moves back into the side mount, attempting a choke while throwing a few short left hands. Both fighters scramble to their feet and White lands some blows to Hummel. Hummel retaliates with a sweeping takedown, and White defends well as Hummel attempts and succeeds into the full mount, looking for some room for ground and pound ending round one.
    Round two begins with White landing a solid kick, answered by an on target punch, landing flush on Hummel's cheek. White attempts a spin backfist, but Hummel closes the gap and gets a sweeping takedown, moving to full mount, landing some hard lefts, White giving Hummel his back. White manages to get up, but Hummel grabs him and slams him against the cage and takes him right back to the mat as Hummel gets the full mount again and goes in for some solid ground and pound, softening White and moving in to cinch in a tight rear naked choke, forcing White to submit.
    WINNER: HUMMEL by TAP OUT (REAR NAKED CHOKE) at 2:42 of ROUND TWO.

  5. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Jeff Fouquet Vs Corey Innis
    Foquet starts this battle landing a solid kick to Innis' leg, but Innis responds with a takedown. Foquet quickly reverses and works to get past Innis guard. Innis lands some blows from the down position and gets Foquet into a triangle, but Foquet defends well and escapes and swiftly moves into an armbar, cinching tight and forcing Innis to submit.
    WINNER: FOQUET by TAP OUT (ARMBAR) at 2:15 of ROUND ONE.

  6. LIGHTWEIGHTS MMA
    Kyle Rogers Vs Jeff Huff
    Rogers steps in to and slams a leg kick, followed by a short right, as the fighters grapple up against the cage. Rogers wows the crowd with a sweeping takedown, positioning himself as Huff is in a half-guard position. Rogers is looking to get past Huff's guard as the action comes to an end in this round.
    Round two starts with Huff missing with an overhand right as Rogers capitalizes and takes him down. Huff quickly pulls guard as Rogers attempts to stack up Huff to break his guard, but Huff is staying tight. Relentless, Rogers finds some room for ground and pound, but Huff continues to defend well. Huff reverses Rogers, but Rogers goes in for the Kamora, the fighters grapple hard as Huff manages to reverse Rogers, but Rogers continues to tighten his Kamora forcing Huff to submit.
    WINNER: ROGERS by TAP OUT (KAMORA) at 2:47 of ROUND TWO.

  7. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Aaron Derrow Vs Joshua Zabokrisky - Justin Zabotrsky?
    Fast start as both fighters exchange jabs; Zabotrsky lands a right followed by Derrow's takedown. Derrow moves to the top looking to get past Zabotrsky's guard, throwing some effect ground and pound forcing Zabotrsky to give Derrow his back and Derrow takes total advantage as he cinches in a Rear Naked Choke, earning the victory as Zabotrsky submits!
    WINNER: DERROW by TAP OUT (REAR NAKED CHOKE) at 1:02 of ROUND ONE.

  8. BANTAMWEIGHTS MMA
    Cam Moore Vs Shawn McConnell
    McConnell slams in a leg kick, followed by a swift double leg takedown and Moore sinks in a deep guillotine, but McConnell proves his ability to defend, picking up Moore and slamming him to the mat forcing him to release his hold. Moore pulls full guard as McConnell works rights to the body and head of Moore, followed by a hammer-fist by McConnell as Moore is pinned against the cage trying to defend McConnell's onslaught, forcing Referee Johnson to stop this contest!
    WINNER: McCONNELL by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at 1:10 of ROUND ONE.

  9. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    Brian Hodge Vs James Lucas
    The heavyweights take center cage to start this war with a bang. The fighters exchange solid blows as the action sends the crowd into a frenzy. This first round is a sea-saw battle with Hodge getting in some effect blows as well as a couple or take downs. Only to be countered by Lucas. As round two begins, Hodge is relentless as he lands some solid blows resulting in a knock down with a powerhouse left hook. Referee Johnson stops this bout due to a knock out by Hodge.
    WINNER: HODGE by (KO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at :25 of ROUND TWO.

  10. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Jesse Evans Vs Eric McFadden
    McFadden gets the slamming takedown as Evans attempts a guillotine. McFadden evades and moves into a tight rear naked choke. Evans defends for awhile but McFadden is relentless forcing Evans to submit.
    WINNER: McFADDEN by TAP OUT (REAR NAKED CHOKE) at 2:24 of ROUND ONE.

  11. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Daniel Clark Vs Jeff Stoneking
    Stoneking starts this battle with a takedown, but Clark attempts a leg bar. Stoneking spins out and attempts a rear naked, but fails as Clark defends and swiftly moves into a triangle attempt, moving to an attempted armbar, then to an attempted Kamori but Stoneking swivels out. Clark goes at him again, gets a knee bar attempt, but Stoneking spins again. Clark goes after a single leg takedown, and slams Stoneking over his shoulder hard on to the mat, and Clark jumps on him with solid blows, forcing the Referee Roy Babcock to stop this war.
    WINNER: CLARK by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at 2:16 of ROUND ONE.

  12. WELTERWEIGHTS MMA
    Patrick Mcknight Vs Nick Keller
    The energy is high in the arena as Keller starts this war with some solid overhand rights. McKnight tries for a single leg, but Keller sprawls and the action returns to stand up as Keller takes advantage landing a series of blows, a knee, right hand, right hand moving to a side mount and continues to attack with ground and pound forcing Referee Roy Babcock to stop the action.
    WINNER: KELLER by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at :25 of ROUND ONE.

  13. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA
    James Keith Vs Chris Goodwin
    Goodwin lands a jab right hand combination, and Keith attempts a missed counter right, but is successful with a double leg takedown. Goodwin spins him off, landing a left and right, followed by some effective ground and pound, resulting in what appears to be a cut under Keith's right eye. This doesn't affect Keith as Keith stands and pins Goodwin against the cage, kneeing Goodwin to the leg. Goodwin misses with an overhand left, followed by a missed uppercut. Keith attempts a leg kick and gets a takedown, but Goodwin scrambles back to his feet, tossing Keith off, landing some uppercuts. Keith stands and attempts a single leg as the action continues. The fighters stand and separate and Goodwin throws a long jab, answered by Keiths right hand. Goodwin attempts to respond but Keith defends and gets a single leg, but Goodwin stands right back up, slamming Keith to the mat; the fighters stand and Goodwin lands a couple solid shots to end the round.
    Round two starts with both fighters striking and missing. Keith moves in under a blow and attempts a single leg takedown on Goodwin. Goodwin lands a solid left, cutting Keith's other eye. Goodwin lands more solid shots dominating with his strikes, forcing Referee Bud Johnson to step in and stop this war. The crowd loved this action.
    WINNER: GOODWIN by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at 1:22 of ROUND TWO.

  14. ISCF LIGHTWEIGHT MISSOURI STATE MMA TITLE
    Jay White Vs Joshua Freeman
    White lands a round kick, Freeman answers with a double leg takedown, going to work quickly slamming White against the cage. White pulls guard tight, but Freeman looks for some room for ground and pound, pinning White against the cage, giving White no room to move or roll out. Freeman continues to search for some ground and pound, but White doesn't seem affected at all. White ties Freeman up, but Freeman still works his left hand to White's body, staying on top and staying busy. White does land a few lefts and rights from the floor, but Freeman is the more affective aggressor ending round one. The fighters exchange attempted rights in the center of the cage to start round two. Freeman gets the takedown, taking the top position, trapping White's left arm, taking White's back, but White rolls out. Freeman gets his hooks in, but White defends well. Freeman is high in his guard, and White takes advantage and reverses Freeman. Freeman moves to a full guard as White moves him against the cage. White lands a few lefts, working for a knee bar, both fighters looking for an ankle lock, with White having success, forcing Freeman to submit, as White takes the Title!
    WINNER: WHITE by TAP OUT (ANKLE LOCK) at 2:36 of ROUND TWO.

  15. ISCF BANTAMWEIGHT CENTRAL REGIONAL MMA TITLE
    Trevon Ewing Vs Kyle Carver
    These bantamweight warriors are fast and furious as this action begins. Carver comes out as a southpaw, then switches to right, making Ewing miss with an attempt to the leg! Ewing throws a sharp spin back kick, and Carver moves in for a double leg, but Ewing lands some solid blows, exploding on Carver. Carver takes some knees as he attempts to stand, but changes his strategy and wisely moves to the ground to ride out this onslaught. As they stand, Carver catches a knee to the face from Ewing, but Carver is fast and furious as he takes Ewing down. Carver works to get past Ewings tight guard as Carver tries to change mount positions. Again, working really fast, Carver cinches in a Kamora using his legs! Awesome action as Carver proudly takes the Title.
    WINNER: CARVER by TAP OUT (ARM LOCK via LEG TRIANGLE) at 2:08 of ROUND ONE.

  16. ISCF FEATHERWEIGHTS CENTRAL REGIONAL MMA TITLE
    Caleb Paffrath Vs William Joplin
    As this title war begins, Paffrath throws a solid leg kick, answered by Joplin's double leg takedown. Paffrath pulls a tight guard, Joplin works some blows to his body as Joplin attempts to move into the side mount. Paffrath slides out but into Joplin's attempted guillotine. Paffrath attempts a double leg takedown, but Joplin sprawls and Joplin again attempts the guillotine taking Paffrath down to the mat, cinching tight and forcing Paffrath to submit as Joplin earns this title.
    WINNER: JOPLIN by TAP OUT (GUILLOTINE CHOKE) at 2:02 of ROUND ONE.

  17. ISCF HEAVYWEIGHT MID-CENTRAL REGIONAL TITLE
    Daniel Gallemore Vs Wes Osburn
    What a night for the fights - the buzz is in the air as these undefeated fighters get ready to rumble. At the bell Gallemore comes out throwing a powerful, swift right that lands knocking Osburn to the floor. Osburn attempts to get up but is wobbly forcing the Referee to end this war in just 8 seconds!
    WINNER: GALLEMORE by (TKO) REFEREE STOPS CONTEST due to STRIKES at :08 of ROUND ONE.



MONDAY, February 4th, 2008, AT 7:45 PM, PT

IBL
GROWING FASTER
THAN EXPECTED

Another Weightclass Is Added
And First Season Looking Exciting!

There has been a lot going on with the IBL since it was launched back on Friday, January 18th. Just over two weeks old and the ball is rollin much faster than expected. One of the big additions is the adding of another weightclass. This was due to High Demand of requests by the smaller fighters in the Featherweight division. This makes 6 weightclasses for the IBL which are

  1. Featherweight, 135 lbs. to 145 lbs.
  2. Lightweight, 145 lbs. to 155 lbs.
  3. Welterweight, 155 lbs. to 170 lbs.
  4. Middleweight, 170 lbs. to 185 lbs.
  5. Light Heavyweight, 185 lbs. to 205 lbs.
  6. Heavyweight, 205 lbs. to 265 lbs.

Of course this adds the question of "What if there is a 3-3 tie at the end of a Team competition?" Well within a couple of weeks the IBL will announce the exciting way a Tie will be broken by the two Teams if it occurs.

In addition, the IBL is also creating ways to allow Team Owners to host more events. Various plans include Team Tryout Events as well as competitions among the Teams Alternate fighters.

The IBL Owners page has also been updated which includes an Owners Application. ( IBL Owners Page ) As the IBL approaches the March 1st Deadline for Team Registration, already there are several teams established in Missouri along with Virginia, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas. Additional interest is coming from North Carolina, New Mexico, Indiana, Ohio, Arkansas, Tennessee and several other States. "This may be bigger than we have plans for, which is a good thing as long as we can keep up with the demand, which is actually a good thing." Said IBL VP of Operations Steve Crawford. "We are excited about the response for Teams and Steve Crawford has been doing a great job to get the word out" said IBL Commissioner Steve Fossum. "We haven't even started our initial advertising for the league and already we have Teams established."

For the first year the IBL is offering initial Team owners special incentives on things such as IBL merchandise licensing, non IBL event Sanctioning discounts, Graphic design work and several other incentives. As Teams are added, the new Amateur Fight League keeps attracting more and more intention. "It's about time someone took the Amateur Seriously." Says Fossum. "Wait till they see them do Battle!"



MORE ISCF NEWS...


5th Rope Mandatory!

Promoters... Due to some safety issues we have seen, as of March 1st, 2008, it will be Mandatory to have a "5 Rope" ring if you are using a Boxing Ring for your MMA Events. For an easy addition to all 4 rope rings please click HERE. For the Official ISCF Rules and Requirements of your MMA Ring and or Cage please click HERE.


Looking To Be An ISCF Official?
Click HERE and check out the Officials links at the Top of the page.





ISCF RESULTS FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND...


RESULTS FROM
"COLD FURY"
February 2nd, 2008 - McCook, Illinois, USA

  1. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Denard Harper Vs Nick Beidman
    WINNER: Nick Beidman defeated Denard Harper via unanimous decision 30 -27, 29 -28, 29 -28.

  2. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Tom Westwater Vs Chris Prather
    WINNER: Tom Westwater defeated Chris Prather via TKO :55 seconds in round 1.

  3. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Jenn Obradovic Vs Patricia Price
    WINNER: Jenn Obradovic defeated Patricia Price via unanimous decision 30-27 all 3 judges.

  4. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Nicole Verdone Vs Laura Mertz
    Laura Mertz defeated Nicole Verdone via split decision 29-28, 27-30, 29-28.

  5. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Keath Frolec Vs Efrin Vasquez
    WINNER: Efrin Vasquez defeated Keith Froelich via split decision 28-29, 29-28, 28-29.

  6. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Kara Reeder Vs Erin Web
    WINNER: Erin Webb defeated Kara Reeder via unanimous decision 29-28 all 3 judges.

  7. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Brian Kovar Vs David Rickels
    WINNER: David Rickles defeated Brian Kovar via unanimous decision 29-28 all 3 judges.

  8. AMATEUR MMA
    Jason Scott Vs Steve Prefontain
    WINNER: Jason Scott defeated Steve Prefontain via referee stoppage due to strikes :33 seconds of round 1.

  9. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Dorothy Schultz Vs Kim Fannin
    WINNER: Dorothy Schultz defeated Kim Fannin via unanimous decision 30-27 all 3 judges.

  10. AMATEUR MMA
    Tommy Benson Vs Lance Surma
    WINNER: Lance Surma defeated Tom Benson via referee stoppage due to arm triangle choke 2:11 round 1.

  11. AMATEUR MUAY THAI
    Alvaro Rojas Vs Jodino Lopez
    WINNER: Al Rojas defeated Dino Lopez via TKO 1:38 round 3.

These Bouts Did Not Take Place;




FRIDAY, February 1st, 2008, AT 8:45 PM, PT


THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION!


MID-MO MMA Association Presents
"MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 6"
Moberly, Missouri, USA


FOUR ISCF AMATEUR TITLE BOUTS


Central Regional
BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

Kyle Carver
St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 4-0
Vs
Trevon Ewing
Topeka, Kansas, USA, 4-1


Central Regional
FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

Caleb Paffrath
Mexico, Missouri, USA, 5-1
Vs
William Joplin
Columbia, Missouri, USA, 8-6


Missouri State
LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

Jay White
Centralia, Missouri, USA, 6-2
Vs
Joshua Freeman
Grandview, Missouri, USA, 10-5


Mid Central Regional
HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

Daniel Gallemore
Auburn, Kansas, USA, 4-0
Vs
Wes Osburn
Springfield, Missouri, USA, 3-1



MORE ISCF & IKF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!


Chi Town Throwdown & R & R Productions Presents
"COLD FURY"
McCook, Illinois, USA


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