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FRIDAY, October 30th, 2009, AT 1:35 PM/ PST



THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Capital Entertainment LLC Presents
"Battle At The Capitol 7"
Jefferson City, Missouri, USA






ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Paco/LTD Productions'
"THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND"
October 24th, 2009 - Richmond, California, USA



WE ARE STILL WAITING FOR THE EVENT PHOTOS
FROM THE PROMOTER - WHICH WE HOPE WE CAN POST SOON


  1. IKF Amateur MTR Light Cruiserweight
    Jr. Aviles defeated Christopher Williams by TKO at 1:12 of round 2.

  2. IKF Amateur MTR West Coast Super Lightweight Title
    Rick Eriec VS *Jeremy Murphy
    RESULT: Split decision draw.
    Judge Steve English: 40-36, Murphy. Judge Steve Morrow: 39-37 Erlec. Judge Ray Balewicz: 38-38.
  3. IKF Amateur MTR Light Welterweight World Title
    Amber Pope VS Julie Jackel
    WINNER: Amber pope by TKO at 1:36 of round 2.
    This bout was all Pope as Jackel never challenged Pope at all. The stop was after the second 8 count in round 2 after Jackel took a load of unanswered, well placed shots to her head. Jackel's time away from the ring showed greatly in this bout while Pope's accuracy just keeps getting better and better.

  4. IKF Amateur MTR Middleweight North American Title
    Daniel Kim VS Dion Paminto
    WINNER: Daniel Kim by unanimous decision, 39-37, 40-36 and 40-36.
    Not that it would have made a difference in the bout, but sadly, for whatever reason, the California State Commission would not allow anything less than a World title bout to go the "IKF Required" 5 rounds. So instead, the fighters and fans were cheated out of a round on this title bout and the other North American title as it was only allowed to go 4 rounds.

  5. IKF Amateur MTR Welterweight North American Title
    Quincy Shammon VS Bryon Petro
    WINNER: Bryon Petro by split decision.
    Judge Steve English: 39-37, Petro. Judge Steve Morrow: 39-37 Shammon. Judge Ray Balewicz: 39-37, Petro.


  6. IKF Amateur MTR Super Lightweight World Title
    Dan Ash VS Kenneth Giang
    WINNER: Dan Ash by split decision.
    Judge Steve English: 48-47, Giang. Judge Steve Morrow: 48-47, Ash. Judge Ray Balewicz: 48-47, Ash.


  7. Professional Boxing Light Weleterweight
    Al Simpson Vs Victor Cortez
    WINNER: Victor Cortez by KO at 1:56 of round 1.


  8. ISCF Pro California Featherweight Title
    Justin Smitley VS Evan Esguerra
    WINNER: Evan Esguerra by TKO at 1:00 of round 3 due to strikes.

  9. ISCF Pro West Coast Bantamweight Title
    Bryant Munoz VS Alvin Cacdac
    WINNER: Alvin Cacdac by TKO at 2:34 of round 1 due to strikes.

  10. ISCF Pro California State Bantamweight Title
    Andrew Valledarez VS David Barrios
    WINNER: David Barrios by Tap out Due to Rear Naked Choke at 3:03 of round 2.
  11. ISCF Pro Bantamweight World Title
    Rolando Velasco VS Chris Cariaso
    WINNER: Chris Cariaso by TKO at 3:17 of round 2 due to strikes.




MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Fight Party Productions'
"ISCF MMA"
October 17th, 2009 - Cookeville, Tennessee, USA



RESULTS SENT TO ISCF ON 1-17-10 - POSTED ON 1-18-10.


  1. AMATEUR MMA Light Heavyweight
    Paul Neal (1-0, 205, Chattanooga Jiu Jitsu Academy)
    Defeated Kyle Rubinstein (1-1, 205, Team Rubinstein) by Triangle Choke at 2:46 of round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA Light Featherweight
    Jared Davis (2-0, Tallahassee MMA)
    Defeated Russell Johnson (0-1, Independent) by Armbar at 2:42 of round 1.

  3. AMATEUR MMA Lightweight
    Eduardo Mendez (2-0, American Top Team, Boca Raton)
    Defeated Tyler Eakes (0-2, Beatdown MMA) by Triangle choke at 2:50 of round 1.

  4. AMATEUR MMA Flyweight
    Danny Johnson (2-1, Independent)
    Defeated Chase Moore (1-2, Chattanooga Jiu Jitsu Academy) by Corner Stoppage, 3 minute mark of round 2, Corner throws in towel due to cut

  5. AMATEUR MMA Light Heavyweight
    Chris Robinson (1-0, 205, Cookeville Fitness Center)
    Defeated Adam Clemons (0-1, 205, Independent) by TKO at 2:17 of round 1.
  6. AMATEUR MMA Lightweight
    Gio Brugnoni (4-0, 145, American Top Team, Boca Raton)
    Defeated Marcus Andrusia (5-2, 145, 5'11", Black Belt Academy, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA) by Submission at 1:50 of round 1.

  7. AMATEUR MMA 180 - Catch Weight
    Austin Steed (2-0, Birdcage, Atlanta, Georgia)
    Defeated Jeremy Goodwin (1-3, 170, 5'8", Black Belt Academy, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA) by Unanimous Decision

  8. AMATEUR MMA 140 - Catch Weight
    Brent Jackson (3-0, Alpha Jiu Jitsu)
    Defeated Thomas Poole (Pull) (0-1, 140, Predator's Nest) 1:48 R1 – Rear Naked Choke

  9. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    Steve "Weasel" Montgomery (Boca Raton, South Carolina, USA, 6-0, 175, 6'4, American Top Team, Boca Raton)
    Defeated Kecee Lewis (Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA, 4-5, 160, 6', Black Belt Academy) by armbar at 1:01 of round 1.





MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Cadillac Ranch & (ROG) Promotions Presents
"Rumble at the Ranch"
October 24th, 2009 - Warrensburg, Missouri, USA



  1. HEAVYWEIGHTS MMA 265
    Trevor Julian VS Clarence Davis

    WINNER: Clarence Davis by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:51 of Round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA 145
    Bryant Ashlock VS Levi Pajula
    WINNER: Bryant Ashlock by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:56 of Round 3.

  3. AMATEUR MMA 155
    Frank Baker VS Zack Ely
    WINNER: Zach Ely by TKO (Strikes) at 3:00 of Round 1 Frank Baker did not answer the bell for Round 2.
  4. FEATHERWEIGHTS MMA 145
    Mike Akins VS **Lee McCleod
    WINNER: Mike Adkins by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at :27 of Round 1.
  5. AMATEUR MMA 155
    Cj Trahan VS Dustin Sullivan
    WINNER: Dustin Sullivan by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at :13 of Round 1.

  6. AMATEUR MMA 180
    Vince Bertucci VS Bj Combs
    WINNER: Vince Bertucci by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at :43 of Round 1.

  7. AMATEUR MMA 145
    Robert Hockers VS **Tyrone Wisnesski
    WINNER: Robert Hawkins by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:43 of Round 1.
  8. AMATEUR MMA 155
    Clint Oehring VS Brandon McMann
    WINNER: Brandon McMahon by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at 1:14 of Round 1.

  9. AMATEUR MMA 205
    Billy Thomas VS Afa Tapusoa
    WINNER: Afa Tapusoa by KO (Strikes) at :28 of Round 1.
  10. AMATEUR MMA SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT
    Steve Bowmann VS Brandon Jolley
    WINNER: Brandon Jolley by TKO (Slam) at :21 of Round 2.







FRIDAY, October 23rd, 2009, AT 2:15 PM/ PST



THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Paco Presents & LTD Productions Present
"THE RUMBLE IN RICHMOND"
Richmond, California, USA






MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Rog Promotions Presents
"Rumble at the Ranch"
Warrensburg, Missouri, USA






PAST ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Mad Marvin's Cage Warriors'
"MMA Underground"
October 17th, 2009 - Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA



  1. AMATEUR MMA 135
    Leo Torres, Blackfoot, Idaho, USA, 2-0, 135.2, 5'6", 9-11-90, Primos, 208 681-6184
    defeated Tim Kelly, Boise, Idaho, USA, 5-3, 143.6, 5'11", 11-29-86, Ethan Kelly, 208 353-9463 at 2:44 in the 1st round due to TKO.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  2. AMATEUR MMA 160
    Quentin Bowcutt. Rigby, Idaho, USA, 5-6, 158.4, 5'9", 12-16-88, Independent, 208 745-0182
    defeated Shannon Jennings, Rexburg, Idaho, USA, 1-2, 161.6, 5'8", 11-10-82, Independent, 208 589-7142 at 2:13 in the 1st round tap out due to triangle choke.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower

  3. AMATEUR MMA 170
    Mitch Thompson, Rigby, Idaho, USA, 3-0, 160.4, 6', 3-2-91, Shawn, 208 390-3370
    defeated Robert Beerdower, Nampa, Idaho, USA, 0-1, 165.4, 5'11", 7-30-80, Independent, 208 703-1139 at 1:05 in the 1st round tap out due to rear naked choke.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  4. AMATEUR MMA 170
    Jesse Herrera, Blackfoot, Idaho, USA, 1-0, 176.4, 5'8", 8-17-81, Primos, 208 681-6184
    defeated Chris Porter, Boise, Idaho, USA, 0-1, 166. 8, 6'0", DOB 7-17-91, Ethan Kelly, 208 353-9463 at 2:30 in the 1st round by TKO.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  5. AMATEUR MMA HEAVYWEIGHT
    Troy Pulley, Boise, Idaho, USA, 1-0, 230, 6', DOB 8-5-88, Ethan Kelly, 208 353-9463
    defeated Blake Fullmer, St. Anthony, Idaho, USA, 0-5, 233, 5'10", 12-10-83, Independent, 208 313-3328 at 1:20 in the 2nd round tap out due to arm bar.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  6. AMATEUR MMA 155
    Sergio Soto, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, 2-3, 156.2, 5'6", 9-24-76, Power House, 208 589-4073
    defeated Derrick Andreason, Pocatello, Idaho, USA, 1-3, 148.6, 5'5", 2-26-84, Independent, 208 334-0806 at 2:07 in the 1st round tap out due to guillotene choke.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  7. AMATEUR WOMEN'S MMA 130
    Maygen Sato, Rigby, Idaho, USA, 1-0, 127.6, 5'7", 5-25-82, Power House, 208 589-4075
    defeated Ashlie Merrill, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, 0-1, 137.6, 5'9", 10-10-81, Apocalypse, 208 940-1740 at 1:51 in the 2nd round tap out due to arm bar.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower.

  8. AMATEUR MMA 135
    Gabe Pelayo, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, 7-2, 132.4, 5'10", 2-23-88, Primos, 208 681-6184
    defeated Joe Aguirre, Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, 6-3, 134.8, 5'10", 3-19-81, Team Davis, 208 521-0667 at 1:05 in the 2nd round tap out due to triangle choke.
    REFEREE: Matt May
    JUDGES: Shon Barnes, Nathan Hansen, Sam Tower





FRIDAY, October 16th, 2009, AT 1:45 AM/ PST

Who's Afraid To
"Walk The Walk!?"

SPECIAL FOR THE ISCF:
As we all know, MMA has grown tremendously over the last few years. However, the "Quest for the Best" is still a question that needs to be answered each and every year if not every day. WHO REALLY IS THE BEST? Every month, amateur MMA fighters are hoping to get that shot to fight on a certain promotion to prove themselves to their peers. Sometimes they are even given the opportunity to be matched up against another "LOCAL" fighter for the "Promotional Companies" title. This is a great idea for those in the belt making business because there are now more Amateur and Pro MMA Champions than there ever were Kickboxing Champions. The reference here is because in the 90's, it seemed that EVERYONE in kickboxing was a kickboxing world champion, but none of these champions had ever fought each other. The quest for "Unification Bouts" as they do in Professional Boxing was never even discussed, making the "Title" holder anything but "Special" among their peers.

Sadly, like it became in kickboxing with all kinds of promoter created sanctioning organizations, many of these "Promotional" titles are not "The Best Vs The Best" but instead, whichever two fighters the promoter could put together locally and who would both agree to fight each other. If pro, the agreement was for the right price...Not right for the fighter, but a low purse the promoter could pay. Promoters became their own sanctioning bodies like Paul Smith and his IFC. Smith would basically pull the names of titles out of his magic promotional hat just to create a hype for his events. His biggest FLOP among many "Ethical" ones was his creation of his "Native American Indian World Title" where he matched up two native Americans with NO MMA EXPERIENCE on a Northern California show he was paid to produce and they fought for a WORLD TITLE. The result? Smith walked away with thousands of dollars saved by not finding real talent for the casino that hired him and the event? Well, it FLOPPED!

Paul Smith's promotional ethics in the MMA world were not alone though. There are other promoters out there worse than Smith fooling the public with their claim of "Best vs Best" in their own "Promotional Titles". Sometimes the fights are great, and rightfully meant to be a local title. However, even at the highest level, the fight fans of MMA have been fooled for some time now.

We can ALL AGREE that promotional companies such as the UFC and Strikeforce have done GREAT things for the sport! However, what many are unaware of is that their title fights are not necessarily "The Best Vs The Best" but instead, the best of the fighters "They" have under "Their" contract. We may never see a Strikeforce Champion against a UFC Champion because both promotions would ask the same question if asked to do so... "WHY?"

Well, we as fight fans would love to see the best of UFC face off against the best of Strikeforce (As an example) but it will never happen. This is because BOTH if not all Pro promotional companies believe their champion is the best champion and there is no need for them to fight anyone outside their organization. Adding to this, many fans don't really care who holds what title as long as the fight is good... Right? Well, maybe to the average Joe, but not to the TRUE MMA FIGHT FAN.

These true fans WANT and DESERVE to see "The Best Vs The BEST" but we may never see it at the pro level. All we can do is "THANK" Promotional Companies such as the UFC and Strikeforce for keeping the sport of MMA on TV so it builds as well as educates more and more great fans to the sport.

HOWEVER, while we can't do much at the pro level unless we win a zillion dollar lottery, we CAN do something about finding the TRUE and REAL Champions of MMA at the Amateur level, and this will be the THIRD year of such a venue.

There is only one place you will ever see those who TRULY BELIEVE they are the BEST go HEAD TO HEAD! This one place is open grounds, open to any and all amateurs. No worry of IF you will get on the show to challenge a fighter you think you can beat, but may never get the chance because the promoter is protecting him from an unknown Gladiator such as yourself. At this event, the fighters themselves control their own destiny. As the saying goes, "If you build it, they will come!" And come they do... As the ISCF did as it's sister organization the IKF did for the sport of Kickboxing. (IKF World Classic) Who comes to this event? THE BEST AMATEUR MMA FIGHTERS NOT AFRAID TO WALK THE WALK DO! That place is the

ISCF
Amateur MMA World Classic Tournament!


Never heard of it? Well, if not, than you haven't been trying to be the best in your sport have you... This November, the ISCF will host the THIRD Annual ISCF MMA World Classic! This is not just a fight event. it's a place for you to show your peers what YOU can do. This is the one and only true Golden Gloves for Amateur MMA Fighters. The weekend is November 13, 14 and 15th and simply put,

"If you are an amateur fighter, and you are not there, you must be afraid to fight the BEST to become the BEST!"


Danny Tims

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Scott Bear

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Rudy Bears

You ask if that's a challenge? No, it's the truth! The ISCF was the first ever MMA Sanctioning body and the first to ever offer a TRUE OPEN Amateur MMA Championship tournament. A venue where there was no question as to mismatched fights or favored champions. It's a head to head elimination competition for the "Quest for the BEST!"

Now come November, the excuses will fly from those Bragging they are a great Amateur MMA fighter, but can't make it to the MMA World Classic. "I can't afford it" - "I have school" - "I can't get off work" - "The dog ate my car." etc. etc. Hey! Shut-up and SLAP yourself!

"Winners DO what LOSERS Won't! That's why they are WINNERS!"

This is not a "Please come so we can make money off you" tournament by the ISCF. The ISCF will invest over $30,000 into this event for YOU! The gross income will be less than half that. So WHY does the ISCF host this event every year? Simple answer, the ISCF SLAPPED THEMSELVES and said, "Winners DO what losers Won't!" Sure, others have tried to do open MMA tournaments. However, in the end, the matches are NOT random and the biggest thing, the rewards are CRAP!

The ISCF believes, if you are going out of your way to "Be The BEST!" The ISCF want's to make sure you look the best wearing that ISCF MMA World Classic Title Belt! The SAME BELT ISCF PRO Champions wear!


Brent Hess

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Brian Kleck

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Umaer Haq

So, by 5:00 PM Today, the first of several registration deadlines will have come and gone. Are you an Amateur MMA Fighter "CLAIMING" to be the BEST? Or are you an Amateur MMA fighter willing to prove to your peers that you ARE THE BEST? Come November in Kansas City Missouri, we will see who the REAL Amateur MMA champions are. those willing to "Walk The Walk" instead of "Talk the Talk." so are you just a Talker? Or are you ready to prove to your peers, that you are one of the BEST Amateur MMA Fighters in the world? Opportunities such as these only come once a year. Will you find excuses? Maybe regret it afterwards and say "I should have went!" Should have, would have, could have... These people are a dime a dozen. This is why there are so few REAL CHAMPIONS in life. it's EASY to stay home and win your local promotional title. But those who make the sacrifices to be at the MMA World Classic are the ONLY fighters, WIN OR LOSE worthy of the bragging rights of those who will be here. Those who share this among them towards you, who did not sacrifice to BE THE BEST;

"At least I was brave enough to test my skills against my peers and prove myself to them all! Win or lose, at least I Walked the Walk instead of Talking the Talk! And after the dust clears, I come back home, and face you, the ones who were not willing to make the sacrifice to be BETTER than the rest. You who Talk a lot of smack, but were afraid to back it up in the cage of battle against your peers to see who really is, THE BEST OF THE BEST! To you I simply reply, SHUT UP and go Home! This is a Gladiators Sport! A sport meant only for REAL Gladiators, and not those who are afraid!"

And if that doesn't help motivate you to try and be the BEST in your life, maybe this will...

"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; because there is not effort without error and shortcomings; but who does actually strive to do the deed; who knows the great enthusiasm, the great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly. So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat."
Theodore Roosevelt

So...Are you Afraid to Walk The Walk?

If not, your Journey to Greatness begins HERE!







WEDNESDAY, October 14th, 2009, AT 11:50 PM/ PST




THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Fight Party Productions Presents
"ISCF MMA"
Cookeville, Tennessee, USA






MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Mad Marvin's Cage Warriors Presents
"MMA Underground"
Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA





MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Combat In The Cage Inc. Presents
"7th OFFENSE"
Leesburg, Virginia, USA



11:00 AM/PST - 10-17-09
- THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED -






ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Reno Academy of Combat's
"FIGHTMARE"
October 10th, 2009 - Reno, Nevada, USA



  1. AMATEUR MMA 145
    Rich Hendricks defeated Joe Gonzales by Tapout from Rear naked Choke at 2:59 at round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA 180
    1-31-11: Decision Corrected
  3. AMATEUR MMA 135
    Branden Frunk defeated Chris Rios by rear naked choke at 1:17 of round 1.

  4. AMATEUR MMA 145
    Willy Boatwright defeated Talent Tam by majority decision, 29-29, 29-28 and 29-28.

  5. AMATEUR MMA 245
    Steve Dickey defeated Jose Hernandez by Knockout at :26 seconds of round 1.
  6. AMATEUR MMA 170
    Nick Barbarigos defeated T.J. Sarra by Tap out (Arm Bar) at 57 seconds of round 1.

  7. AMATEUR MMA 170
    Ricky Jackson defeated Jose Hernandez by doctor stoppage due to injury to Hernandez' eye.
  8. AMATEUR MMA 170
    Joseph Rizk defeated Paridise Vaovasa by Tap Out (Triangle Choke) at 1:25 of round 2.

  9. AMATEUR MMA 250
    Sean O'Brien defeated Mike Morales by TKO at 2:50 of round 2.
  10. AMATEUR MMA 155
    Nick Balestra defeated Jason Martinez by Tap out (Arm Bar) at 1:15 of round 1.

  11. AMATEUR MMA 160
    Robbie Hamill defeated **Jeff Jacob by Body Slam KNOCKOUT at :08 of round 1.
  12. AMATEUR MMA 140
    Tyler Cowan defeated John Smith Jr. by split decision, 30-27, 29-28 and 28-29.

  13. AMATEUR MMA 162
    Casey Parlett defeated Kecce Lewis by Tap out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:09 of round 2.




MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Georgia Boxing Association's
"POWER MMA FIGHTS"
October 10th, 2009 - Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA



  1. AMATEUR MMA
    Micheal Barr VS Travis Taylor
    WINNER: Micheal Barr won 2nd round stoppage due to stikes.

  2. AMATEUR MMA
    Stephan Brooks VS Nick Polthress
    WINNER: Nick Polthress by decision.
  3. AMATEUR MMA
    Hayden Marloe VS Chris Braley
    WINNER: Hayden Marloe won by rear naked choke round 2.






FRIDAY, October 9th, 2009, AT 8:55 PM/ PST




THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Georgia Boxing Association Presents
"POWER MMA FIGHTS"
Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA






MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Reno Academy of Combat Presents
"FIGHTMARE"
Reno, Nevada, USA







MONDAY, October 5th, 2009, AT 11:55 AM/ PST

Results From True Fight Fan's
"Fight To The Finish 1"
October 2nd, 2009 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA



  1. WELTERWEIGHT SUBMISSION GRAPPLING
    Jeff Clation VS Danny Klick
    WINNER: Danny Klick by Tap Out (Frontal Choke) at 1:46 of Round 1.

  2. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Mark Farr VS Andrew Mohart
    WINNER: Andrew Mohart by TKO (Strikes) at 2:29 of Round 1.

  3. LIGHTWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Lantz Nave VS Matt Williams
    WINNER: Lantz Nave by Split Decision 29-28, 28-29 and 29-28.

  4. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Horacio Escovbor VS Jose Cordero
    WINNER: Horacio Escovbor by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:43 of Round 1.

  5. LIGHTWEIGHTS SUBMISSION GRAPPLING
    Cody Peterson VS Henery Brewer
    WINNER: Cody Peterson by Tap Out (Leg Triangle Choke) at 3:06 of Round 1.

  6. WELTERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Hector Nava VS Chris Frinch
    WINNER: Chris Frinch by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:37 of Round 1.

  7. WELTERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Loy Peters VS Tommy Ryan
    WINNER: Tommy Ryan by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:37 of Round 2.

  8. FEATHERWEIGHTS WOMEN AMATEUR MMA
    Desi Weisshar VS Amelia Tapasua
    WINNER: Amelia Tapusoa by Tap Out (Arm Bar) at 1:28 of round 2.

  9. MIDDLEWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Ernesto Meneses VS Shawn Smith
    WINNER: Ernesto Meneses by Tap Out (Strikes) at :28 of Round 1.

  10. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Joe Perry VS Armondo Lira
    WINNER: Armondo Lira by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at 3:20 OF Round 1.

  11. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Jett Jones VS Luke Denny
    WINNER: Jett Jones by KO (Strikes) at :57 of Round 1.

  12. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Chris Fears VS Gary Tapusoa
    WINNER: Gary Tapusoa by TKO (Strikes) at 3:14 of Round 2.





FRIDAY, October 3rd, 2009, AT 4:35 PM/ PST



THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


True Fight Fan Presents
"Fight To The Finish 1"
Grain Valley, Missouri, USA





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