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FRIDAY, October 26th, 2012, AT 9:10 AM/ PST

Injury Forces
Stephen Thompson
Out Of UFC 154 Fight Against Besam Youse

By Stephen Johnson - Posted At

On a card featuring a rather famous knee in the main event, it is a knee that has knocked out one of the undercard's competitors.

Stephen Thompson (6-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) has suffered a knee injury and has been forced out of his UFC 154 fight against Besam Yousef (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) next month in Montreal, sources close to the fight on Friday confirmed to ( MMA Fighting first reported the news.

The UFC has not yet announced Thompson's injury, and it is not known if a replacement will be sought to face Yousef on three weeks' notice.

UFC 154 takes place Nov. 17 at Bell Centre in Montreal with a main event between UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre (22-2 MMA, 16-2 UFC) and interim titleholder Carlos Condit (28-5 MMA, 5-1 UFC) to unify the belts. St-Pierre is returning from a lengthy layoff following knee surgery to fight for the first time since a UFC 129 win over Jake Shields in April 2011.

Thompson came on strong in his UFC debut in February at UFC 143 when he knocked out Dan Stittgen with a head kick. The fight opened the card in Las Vegas, and only a few thousand people were inside Mandalay Bay Events Center to see it. But "Wonderboy" earned a $65,000 "Knockout of the Night" bonus in his first fight with the company.

But things didn't go as well in the follow-up for the elite-level kickboxer, whose record in that sport is a reported 63-0 (ADD: This record is 100% VERIFIED by At UFC 145 in Atlanta, Thompson faced veteran Matt Brown. Despite rocking Brown twice, (According to Brown, both knocked him out temporarily.) both Brown and Thompson fought a 3 round war. When all was said and done, Brown took the win by decision. After the bout, Brown was given a 45 day medical suspension and Thompson was given a 15 day medical suspension. The unanimous decision loss was the first of Thompson's entire fighting career.

Yousef made his UFC debut in April in his native Sweden at "UFC on FUEL TV: Gustafsson vs. Silva." But despite the support of the home crowd in Stockholm, Yousef was submitted by Norway's Simeon Thoresen with a second-round rear-naked choke. Before signing with the UFC, Yousef was 6-0 with five stoppages.

Now the welterweight will await word on whether he will get a new opponent, or if he'll have to wait to find a spot on another card.

THURSDAY, October 25th, 2012, AT 9:00 PM/ PST

USA Boxing Back In Business
By Stephen Johnson - Posted At Inside

The pleas of USA Boxing President Dr. Charles Butler, who has the respect of most world-wide in amateur boxing, have helped Dr. C.K. Wu (AIBA President) and Mr. Ho Kim (AIBA Executive Director) re-think the catastrophic earlier decision made by the AIBA Disciplinary Committee and have taken USA Boxing off of the '90 days suspended' list.

This decision keeps many shows around the country scheduled for this weekend on course, a new breath of life saving the USA Boxing organization from disaster had the cancellation of sanctioned events been enforced.

If there were any doubting the respect world-wide Dr. Butler has earned, this decision reversal by a stern AIBA Disciplinary Committee should squash any of those lingering concerns

Read the AIBA decision reversal letter here…

While the 34 LBC Presidents who voted FOR Hal Adonis to remain a member of the USA Boxing Board of Directors now have time to re-think their previous decision, do not underestimate the long arm of 'good old boy' networking that remains prevalent in amateur boxing to go away quietly in the night.

The 17 LBC Presidents who voted for Hal Adonis to be booted from the USA Boxing Board of Directors, this is no time to 'thump your chests' if you have been reluctant to come forward before the decision reversal was made. offered anY/all LBC Presidents nationwide to come forward and state their reasoning for whatever voting avenue they chose, a few quality folks willing to readily stste their case with no reservations.

For AIBA, today showed their own benevolence in understanding the impact their earlier decison would have on amateur boxing here in these United States.

For Dr. Charles Butler and Anthony Bartkowski, today should open the door to a new beginning, one where the path to having an organization free of self-centered, closet discriminating, only concerned with themselves members who have wormed their way into positions of prominence, can operate.

As is fairly obvious to most anyone, Dr. Butler called in every favor imaginable to get the 90 day suspension overturned, him proving in a big way he fully supports and is committed to USA amateur boxing, their coaches, boxers and members.

There remain the few loyal supporters of Hal Adonis who should resign and follow their disgraced leader into retirement, but Reggie Winston, Joe Zanders, Ron Simms, Kymberli Stowe and Gary Pliner won't 'do the right thing' and resign, they'll hang around and pretend they are on board with the new leadership, waiting for any opportunity to slide in the back door of USA Boxing and gain control.

That happens and the USOC, AIBA and everyone else will have every right to intervene.

As the LBC Presidents nationwide have dodged (for the moment) a bullet that had life threatening potential, the same capabilities hang in the balance with the above named individuals remaining a cancer that needs to be removed.

For now LIFE IS GOOD in USA Boxing, the light at the end of the tunnel having gotten a helluva lot brighter than it was a mere 24 hours ago.

Stephen Johnson is the Denver Boxing Examiner.

The action today however has had quite an effect on several Boxing Commissions as more negative issues surrounding USA Boxing. Needless to say, IAB - International Amateur Boxing, will soon be sanctioning Amateur Boxing in the USA even more now, and the future of USA Boxing's approval is still a lingering question... As the IAB was told, "You can only take so much negative drama, and the time has come to speak up..."



Does The USA Boxing Suspension
Open The Door For The
IAB - International Amateur Boxing?

As one may expect, the announcement yesterday of the nationwide USA Boxing suspension has made a lot of waves. Since yesterday afternoon, the IAB - International Amateur Boxing phones have been ringing off the hook with Amateur Boxing people asking "What can the IAB do for us?"

The answer to this question will be different in every state because every state has their own rules and regulations when it comes to regulating Amateur Boxing. Our first advice to those who have been calling or plan to call is to contact your State Athletic or Boxing Commission and ask them if the IAB can sanction/regulate your amateur boxing event. Once you have your answer from them, you can decide your next step.

Most states have USA Boxing written into their laws as the only regulatory body allowed to sanction/regulate amateur boxing. This was done many years ago to separate Amateur Boxing from state control. How it was possible comes down to money and power and since amateur boxing is a part of the Olympic Games, you can see where both came from to get USA Boxing the power to have this done.

Within a matter of days after International Fight Sports launched the IAB, USA Boxing and it's followers were going on the defensive to try and shut it down. At the time and even more so today, USA Boxing was in the middle of some major financial and ethical turmoil and when you have your back against the wall, sometimes the best thing to do is to try and change the subject.

However the original goal of the IAB was no different than the original goal of the IKF (International Kickboxing Federation) or the ISCF (International Sport Combat Federation - MMA) which was to organize Kickboxing as well as later, MMA with rules, regulations, rankings and legit title fight opportunities, something USA Boxing just never did. The biggest push for the IAB was from the many IKF and ISCF Promoters worldwide that wanted to work with a boxing sanctioning body that wasn't caught up in what many were calling the "Bowl of Alphabet soup and corruption." IAB had no ties with big time Boxing promoters but what the IAB did have was a SOLID track record of fair sanctioning, safe regulating and a desire to bring attention to the Amateur Fighters who build the foundation of any sport...

The IAB was for IKF and ISCF Promoters who wanted to add credible amateur boxing and amateur boxing titles to their events. They had a lot of amateur boxers who had no desire to join USA Boxing because they could care less about going to the Olympics, they just wanted to box as an amateur and maybe get the opportunity to win an amateur boxing title like the IKF and ISCF offers for fighters.

In 2011 the ABC (Association of Boxing Commissions) held their annual meeting in Washington DC. One of the highly discussed topics was the lack of ethics and foul play by USA Boxing and many associated with them from fighters (Who wanted to be paid for fighting, but still wanted to keep their amateur status) to trainers and event promoters. What was thought to be a short discussion turned into a major one as state after state spoke up negatively about USA Boxing asking for an alternative.

The last 24 hours have changed a lot of thinking here at the IAB offices. The IAB still has no desire to take USA Boxing's position... However, there is an addition to this statement now... "Unless we have the support of the State Boxing Commissions of the states where we get a request from, who want us to step in as interim regulators of Amateur Boxing until USA Boxing gets it's house back in order." said IAB commissioner Steve Fossum.

However according to sources who have spoke to the IAB, what seems like a few months suspension could actually turn into a year or more. Apparently there is a lot to clean up and the reason for this suspension was just the straw that happened to break the camel's back per say. It seems USA Boxing had been teetering on the edge for the past several years and it took an action by AIBA to finally get the USOC to move forward with their support of the suspension...

As many already know, the IAB would be more than capable as interim regulators for amateur boxing to fill the void and keep Amateur Boxers busy until the USA Boxing suspension is over, whenever that may be. To add, as one commissioner put it, it would give those in charge a chance to see how the IAB operates and if they could, if presented the offer, take over amateur boxing in the USA.

Here are the details of what finally brought USA Boxing to a halt here in the USA.
As previously noted, this was not the only issue as there were many others leading up to this.


This suspension (To the Public that is) focus around comments made by Hal Adonis (Right) which were the stated reason why USA Boxing got suspended by AIBA effectively October 19, 2012 for 3 months.

The AIBA handed down a three month suspension to USA Boxing today, effectively ending all sanctioned amateur competition until mid-January.

The situation revolves around statements made by former president of USA Boxing and current board member Hal Adonis. Adonis previously made offensive comments to the New Yorker magazine that

"homosexuality runs rampant in female boxing and also included statements that boxers are more likely to succeed in the sport if they were abused as children."

AIBA contacted USA Boxing and told them to resolve the issue and remove Adonis from the board for defaming the AIBA, the sport of boxing, doing harm to minority groups in the sport..etc. While USA Boxing did remove Hal from his role as president, he was not removed from the board entirely, as explained in a communication sent out by the group: After Mr. Adonis made the alleged statements, the Board of USA Boxing voted to remove Mr. Adonis as President and Chairman of the Board. Colorado law requires that removal from the Board of USA Boxing requires a majority vote of the voting electors who placed Mr. Adonis on the board. Accordingly, the Board of Directors requested a vote of the 72 electors to remove Mr. Adonis from the board. Fifty-one (51) of the 72 voting members responded. The majority of the 51 voting members cast their ballots to retain Mr. Adonis as a board member. For this reason, USA Boxing is charged as equally guilty in these violations of the Olympic principles, AIBA Articles, the Rules of USA Boxing and code of ethics of USA Boxing.

On September 27, 2012 USA Boxing received a letter from the USOC threatening decertification of USA Boxing if immediate agreement to a change of governance were not met. This letter included a timeline within which USA Boxing must meet the required change of governance or face dissolution. The letter from the USOC was several pages long and contained a laundry list of the past failings and mistakes of USA Boxing. In addition to the abbreviated list of our failings, this letter contained the names of two members of our organization, Mr. Hal Adonis and Mr. Gary Pliner who were each specifically cited as partial cause for this decertification notice.

The demands of the USOC to avoid immediate decertification included immediate acceptance of a mutually agreed-upon Advisory Committee which would oversee the actions of USA Boxing, acceptance of a "Transitional Board" as of December 31, 2012, and the "new governance" which would be acceptable to the USOC and AIBA, and which would be put forward for mutual agreement by June 1, 2013. The service of the Transitional Board will terminate and the new governance takeover January 1, 2014.

That was followed with tonight's communication explaining that the program had been suspended:
USA Boxing just received notification from AIBA, the international federation for boxing, that all amateur boxing activities in the United States are immediately suspended. The suspension cancels all sanctioned competitions; coach and official clinics; boxing club activities; membership registrations; and insurance coverage.

USA Boxing and our insurance companies will not take any insurance claims until the AIBA suspension is remedied and/or served until January 19, 2013. The AIBA Disciplinary Commission levied this suspension against the organization for inappropriate and improper statements made by Mr. Hal Adonis earlier this year.

The AIBA Disciplinary Commission Decision of October 19, 2012 states:

"By failing to remove Mr. Adonis from the USA Boxing Board of Directors when it had the chance to do so, USA Boxing, in essence, endorsed Mr. Adonis' statements and sent out a message that such behavior was acceptable. The action (or lack thereof) and the very serious and harmful nature of Mr. Adonis statements, has jeopardized boxing and the Panel finds it appropriate to impose a suspension upon USA Boxing. This suspension must reflect the severity of the offence."

The AIBA suspension terms are:

  1. USA Boxing shall be fully suspended for a period of 3 months from October 19, 2012.

  2. Mr. Adonis shall pay a fine of CHF 2,000 and be suspended from all boxing activities at national and international levels, for 2 years starting from October 19, 2012.

  3. The costs of the proceedings, fixed at CHF 1,500, shall be borne equally between USA Boxing and Mr. Adonis.

  4. The decision will be communicated to USA Boxing, Mr. Adonis (via Hollie L Wieland of Karp Neu Hanlon Attorneys) and to the Headquarters of AIBA.

This is the initial notification. It is unclear if further conditions or demands will follow. We are waiting on further details from AIBA. Your President; Board of Directors; and Executive Director are working diligently to determine any further demands of this suspension and to see if USA Boxing can offer any remedies to shorten it. In the event that we are successful in shortening or lessening our penalties, USA Boxing will notify you immediately to let you know your sanctioned event can take place. Please assist in communicating this information to your constituents as soon as possible. We will continue to update you on the status of this suspension as necessary. In the meantime, USA Boxing and the Board of Directors are taking every measure available to ensure that amateur boxing is resumed as soon as possible.

Emphasis mine. Of course, this wasn't the only thing Adonis did recently that was inexcusable. Including this horrible display (via ...this Hal Adonis 'situation' began last year when Inside became aware of the death of Marine Corporal Libardo Anthony Jimenez, Jr. who died on March 23, 2010, following an unusually rigorous training session under the guidance of Ron Simms, then Head Boxing Coach of the All-Marines Boxing Team who was later terminated by the U.S. Marine Corps following their own internal investigation deeming him 'unfit to coach'.

The arrogance and pompous attitudes of Hal Adonis, Joe Zanders, and Rons Simms who all refused to apologize to Mrs. Penny Palmer (mother of Jimenez, Jr.) and the deceased Marines' family was and remains an unforgivable offense.

In another blatant show of their viewed superiority, Adonis and then 2012 USA Olympic Boxing Head Coach Zanders unbelievably appointed Ron Simms an assistant coach on that staff to the dismay of U.S. Marines around the world.

The USOC stepped in and not only dismissed Ron Simms from the team, but Zanders as well, with Adonis left fuming and more defiant than ever.

Adonis also failed to name an Olympic coaching staff more than 100 days before this past summer's games. Another violation of his position.

What is most unfortunate here is who is hurt. It's about the kids and young adults who rely on the USA Boxing amateur program. The AIBA showed themselves to be well outside of anything close to "in control" of the sport during these Olympic games with a seemingly endless line of controversy. USA Boxing is a program that is a mess to begin with and the fact that board members would vote to retain Adonis in this situation is mindblowing.

And because of everyone higher up the food chain, it'll be three months where kids who don't make any decisions are the ones who suffer.


IAB hopes to keep Amateur Boxing alive here in the USA, but it will be in the hands of each State Boxing/Athletic Commission to give them the green light to do so. The door is open and the opportunity for all is there... Now lets see who will be allowed to walk through it...

For more about the IAB go to

WEDNESDAY, October 24th, 2012, AT 10:15 PM/ PST

Welcome Andy Foster
As The New Executive Director Of The
California State Athletic Commission!

This coming November 7th, the California State Athletic Commission will welcome a new Executive Director...
Andy Foster of Georgia.

So many here in California want to know a little about Mr. Foster... Well, let us fill you in.

Foster's roots in the fight sports are very well known to those of us here at the International Sport Combat Federation and our sister organization for Muay Thai & Kickboxing the International Kickboxing Federation. Since 1997 Foster has been a fighter, trainer, promoter as well as an official with both organizations. Knowing this, when promoters, trainers, fighters and other officials need to speak to the Executive Director in California, they won't encounter some pencil - pushing bureaucrat who knows very little about fight sports. Simply put, Foster literally has been in their shoes!

He is an experienced multi-disciplined fighter and martial artist who has trained in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Taekwondo, Aikido, Judo, Hapkido, Muay Thai, Jeet Kune Do, Sambo, Kickboxing, and Boxing. By the time he retired as a professional MMA fighter he had a fight record of 17 wins with 2 loses. (8-0 Amateur and 9-2 Professional / Pro- 2 KOs, 7 Submissions, 1 TKO, 1 Decision). However MMA wasn't his only fight sport. He also has a 23-3 Amateur Boxing Record, a 77-4-2 Sport Grappling Record as well as some amateur kickboxing fights.

However, being a successful fighter wasn't all he's done. He has promoted five professional MMA cards, four professional boxing matches, matchmaker of nine professional MMA cards, trained over 30 successful MMA fighters, refereed over 500 MMA bouts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Instructor (2003–2007), served as Head Referee for the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission (2007–2008), instructed several referee and judge training course on behalf of the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission, and judged over 100 MMA bouts... So again... Foster has literally been in ALL our shoes!

He was also a 3 time Champion. As an Amateur he won the ISCF Amateur East Coast Light Heavyweight Title on October 25th, 2003 in Dalton, Georgia, USA when he defeated Will Blankenship of Athens, Georgia, USA by Armbar submission at 2:18 of round 1. The following year he went on to win the ISCF Amateur East Coast Middleweight title on April 23rd, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Tim Stout by Rear Naked Choke in round 1. He also won the BodogFight Series III Costa Rica Combat winner in 2007.

Foster retired his ISCF Amateur Titles when he turned Pro on August 2nd, 2004. While fighting he lived in Dalton, Georgia and was trained by Ben Kiker, who later became one of the Commissioner of the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission. (See IKF January 2010 News - Changes To The Georgia Athletic & Entertainment Commission!) Foster also fought as a Kickboxer on several IKF Sanctioned events in Georgia. He eventually turned Pro on August 2nd, 2004 and then retired from fighting in 2007.

With all his success as a professional mixed martial arts fighter, in 2008, Foster gave it all up to help better the fight sports from a regulatory position.
In 2008 Foster was appointed by then Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel as the Executive Director of the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission. While there, he was instrumental in helping with both Amateur and Professional fight sport rules and regulations that made Georgia one of the countries leaders in fight sport regulations.

Later that year he was named 2008 Georgia Boxing Official of the Year by the Georgia Championship Boxing Committee at the Committee's annual Awards Banquet. The Committee is comprised of managers, trainers, promoters, commissioners and officials throughout the state. "Andrew's efforts have helped boxing, wrestling and mixed martial arts create a positive impact on the Georgia economy, increase the safety for the participants of these sports, and make Georgia a more viable option to attract bigger name attractions," said then Secretary Handel.

In September of 2009 the ISCF teamed up with ISCF promoter Monica Sanford, the owner of Devil Dog (DD) Productions who is the wife of a U.S. Marine and accomplished something no one has ever done in the history of fight sports. Sanford worked with Armed Forces Entertainment, - Fight Party Productions & the ISCF to host the first ever MMA event held in a warzone within enemy territory. ( Full Story Click Here.)

The location was a military base in Mosul, Kuwait, Iraq and the event was called "Fight Night For Heroes". ISCF President Steve Fossum was scheduled to attend as the chief ISCF Event Representative, however instead, he offered the opportunity to Foster who gladly accepted. (Right)

Foster and ISCF Promoter Brett Moses (Fight Party Productions) and ISCF Official JJ Coronel (Who also served as a judge on the event) coordinated ISCF Referees Tony Mullinax & Kim Winslow along with ISCF Judges Chris McGloughlin & Cardo Urso to regulate the 17 bout event involving mainly active duty military and was held on Saturday, September 5th, 2009.

Along with representing the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission as a member of the Association of Boxing Commissions ( he is a member of the Unified Rules Committee of Matchmaking of Mixed Martial Arts (2008–Present); Association of Boxing Commissions Member of the Unified Rules Committee to review Unified Rules (2008–Present) and Association of Boxing Commissions Chairman of the Amateur Unified Rules Committee.

"I'm very excited to be coming to California," stated Foster in the release. "It has a rich boxing and MMA presence with the largest number of shows in the nation, and I look forward to ensuring a regulatory environment that is consistent and fair based upon contestant safety, public protection, and economic growth."

Foster will be a VERY WELCOME Executive Director for California. Former ED George Dodd had great intentions and did some very good things. However, his hands were tied in a lot of ways and he was often held back from the sitting board. Surly there are many different opinions as to what Dodd did or did not accomplish. For the IKF, he was exceptional and willing to try new things that included the "First Ever" State Commission regulated Amateur Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament, the 2011 IKF West Coast Classic Amateur Muay Thai / Kickboxing Championships that were held on November 25th, 26th & 27th, 2011 in Sacramento, California.

However it's not hard to find negative opinions about the CSAC on the internet. For the last several years it's been a smorgasbord of "Drama" topics fight sport writers have had to write about.

Regardless, there is a strong sense of optimism here at the IKF and ISCF as well as with many others in California that Foster will step in and 'take the bull by the horns' per say and get the right things done. One thing the board can't do is claim inexperience of him. From the training gyms, to the ring, the cage all the way to the Executive Directors desk, Foster is without a doubt the MOST EXPERIENCED Executive Director California has EVER had! Hopefully the Commission Board will listen to Foster and his fresh ideas as to how he turned things around in Georgia and made it a welcome state for Fight Sports at both the Amateur and Professional levels.

CSAC chairman John Frierson said today in a press release. "We are hoping he (Foster) can do in California what he did in Georgia in terms of increasing both revenue and the number of shows," To do so, Frierson and his board needs to allow Foster some open ground to implement new ideas, even if current laws and policies need to be changed or adapted, such as the requirement of ONLY a non-profit regulatory body can oversee amateur fight sports or have the STATE Commission take over Amateur MMA like Foster did in Georgia. However Foster allowed "State Approved" Muay Thai and kickboxing sanctioning bodies to oversee Amateur Muay Thai and Kickboxing in Georgia, which has helped build the amateur fight sports, which in turn, builds the pro fight sports, etc, you get the idea... Bottom line is more state revenue is what California needs to keep the Athletic Commission going... California needs Foster to do exactly that here! The question is, "Will Frierson and his board allow Foster to do so?"

Welcome To California Mr. Foster!

MORE NEWS OF 10-24-12


Dana White: Women fighting in UFC '
Absolutely going to happen' due to Ronda Rousey


According to UFC President Dana White, Ronda Rousey (R) will be "One of' the first female fighter to compete in the UFC. Rousey is currently under contract to Strikeforce, but Rousey's performance in 2012 has convinced UFC president Dana White to add a women's division to the sport's flagship brand.

Rousey still has three fights on her Strikeforce contract, White told Yahoo! Sports on Tuesday, and will fulfill that deal before she moves to the UFC. Sports Illustrated first reported Tuesday that the UFC would add women.

"This isn't breaking news," White said. "I've been saying for months that this was absolutely going to happen. I don't know when it's going to be, because [Rousey] is under contract. We don't have the timing figured out yet. It could be a year, year-and-a-half, but I'm [in support of it]. It's going to happen."

For years, White had been a vocal opponent of women's MMA. But when he saw Rousey defeat Miesha Tate in March, he began to warm to the idea of women in the UFC. His objection in the past was the dearth of quality women, but on Tuesday, he told Yahoo! Sports that he considers Tate, former Olympic silver medalist wrestler Sara McMann and Cris "Cyborg" Santos as first-rate fighters.

Rousey, though, is the biggest name and by far the top attraction. She's the only woman ever to receive votes in the Yahoo! Sports MMA rankings. White said he wants Rousey in the UFC because he considers her "the real deal."

"Look, I know a lot of people are going to say we're doing this because she's pretty," White said. "But [ex-Strikeforce star] Gina [Carano] was pretty, too. Ronda is a whole other story. She's nasty. She's a real fighter. She not only likes to win, she likes to finish. Think about this: Everyone she fights knows what is coming, that armbar of hers, and no one can stop it. They have a whole [expletive] training camp to prepare for that one move and nobody has been able to stop it yet."

"People who are nasty and technically sound and have that attitude, I love them. She's an Olympic medalist and she's got a great history, but she's in the gym all the time. She's a dude in a girl's body. She loves to beat the [expletive] out of people and she's serious about getting better. She's not saying, 'I'm the champ and I've beaten everyone in the first round,' and taking a victory tour. She's up there in Stockton working with the Diaz brothers, trying to get better."

Rousey is expected to fight in January, though nothing has been announced. Two Strikeforce cards in a row have been canceled, leading to speculation about its future, though White declined to speak about it. White typically refuses to speak about Strikeforce to reporters.

TO ADD: Without question Rousey is the number 1 ranked Women's Bantamweight in the ISCF Pro Women's Rankings (Click Here).

TUESDAY, October 23rd, 2012, AT 11:45 AM/ PST

Results From BlacKOut Fighting Championships'
"BFC - 3"
October 19th, 2012 - St. Joe, Missouri, USA

    **Michael Evans, (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 5'7", 160, 4-3-90, Self, (816) 385-0052)
    VS **Thomas Gibson, (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 2-0, 5'11", 157, 4-29-92, Self, (816) 383-1772)
    WINNER: Gibson by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:43 Round 1.

    **Tyler King (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 5'11", 141, 8-22-93, Travis Courter, (913) 370-0478)
    VS Dustin Brown (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 1-2, 5'11" 145, 2-15-92, Self, (816) 646-2545)
    WINNER: Brown by TKO (Strikes) at 1:27 of Round 2.
    Tyler King - 30 Medical Suspension due to Referee Stoppage (Strikes) 10-20-2012 to 11-19-2012.

    **Ryan Williams (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 170, 5'11", 6-13-86, Travis Courter, (913) 370-0478)
    VS **Brian Higgins (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 1-2, 171, 5'10", 1-2-79, Butch Allen, (816) 273-1300)
    WINNER: Higgins by Tap Out (Strikes) at 1:01 of Round 2.

    **Bryson Aborn, (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 150, 6'4", 9-6-91, Self, (816) 341-1887)
    VS **Ray Rounds (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 148, 5'6", 8-3-82, Self, (816) 284-2599)
    WINNER: Rounds by Tap Out (Heel Hook) at 2:58 of Round 1.

    **Andre Hampton (St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 4-1, 205, 5'9", 9-25-86, Lonnie Tull, (913) 426-2221)
    VS Darien Blakeney (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 4-7, 204, 6'5", 2-22-82, Self, (816) 344-4920)
    WINNER: Hampton by Unanimous Decision, 30-27 all Cards.

    **Justin Alexander (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 132, 5'9", 4-3-91, Self, (816) 785-3059)
    VS **Tim Ingrim (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 135, 6'3", 11-20-75, Self, (816) 390-2205)
    WINNER: Alexander by TKO (Strikes) at :18 of Round 1.
    Tim Ingrim: 45 Day Medical Suspension due to Referee Stoppage (Strikes/Cut) 10-20-2012 to 12-4-2012

    **Jacob Reinhart (St. Joseph, Missouri USA, 0-1, 160, 5'7", 8-26-84, Self, (816) 752-7277)
    VS **Cameron Wilson (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 166, 5'10", 1-13-94, Jason Resmond, (816) 261-6477)
    WINNER: Wilson by Verbal Submission (Strikes) at 2:44 of Round 1

    **Jeff Stebbins (Kansas City, Missouri USA, 0-1, 185, 6'2", 4-14-92, Eric Dennison, (816) 699-3467)
    VS **Brennon Whisenand, (St. Joseph, Missouri USA, 1-0, 190, 5'10", 4-11-94, Jason Redmon, (816) 273-1300)
    WINNER: Whisenand by Tap Out (Strikes) at :34 of Round 1.

    **Chuka Willis (St, Joseph, Missouri USA, 1-0, 145, 5'11", 5-9-93, Self, (636) 237-3159)
    VS **Bobby Walker (Independence, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 140, 5'7", 8-15-87, Self, (816) 739-6002)
    WINNER: Willis by TKO (Strikes) at :25 of Round 1.
    Bobby Walker - 30 Medical Suspension due to Referee Stoppage (Strikes) 10/20/2012 to 11/19/2012

    Anthony (Tony) Sowers (Atchison, Kansas, USA, 1-1, 164, 5'10", 7-4-86, Travis Courter, (913) 370-0478)
    VS Tyler Marable (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 164, 5'10", 11-17-91, Self, (816) 341-0753)
    WINNER: Marable by Split Decision, 29-28, 29-28 and 28-29.

    **Colton Allan (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 8-3, 170, 6', 12-12-91, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0905)
    VS **Jacob Allen (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 2-1, 167, 5'8", 12-12-92, Jason Redmon, (816) 273-1300)
    WINNER: Colton Allan by Tap Out (Arm Bar) at 2:25 of Round 1.

    Jared Wilburn (Atchison, Kansas, USA, 2-4, 171, 5'10", 9-20-93, Travis Courter, (913) 370-0478)
    VS Corey Innis (Polo, Missouri USA, 0-6, 171, 5'11", 10-30-87, Self, (816) 686-7280)
    WINNER: Wilburn by Tap Out (Side Choke) at :58 of Round 2.

    **Steven Farr (Stewartsville, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 199, 5'11", 7-26-88, Self, (816) 449-0162)
    VS **Blake Whisenand (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 197, 5'9", 4-11-94, Butch Allen, (816) 273-1300)
    WINNER: Farr by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:23 Round 1.

    **Dalton Aztenweiler (Nortonville, Kansas, USA, 1-0, 235, 5'11", 1-27-92, Travis Courter, (913) 370-0798)
    VS **Dalton Moss (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 228, 6'2", 11-27-92, Self, (816) 617-3617)
    WINNER: Aztenweiler by KO (Strikes) at :36 of Round 2.
    Dalton Moss: 45 Day Medical Suspension due to Referee Stoppage (Strikes/Cut) 10-20-2012 to 12-4-2012.

    **Laura Butler (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 102, 5'2", 4-3-91, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405)
    VS **Katelyn Radtka (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 110, 5'2", 9-19-87, Nick Radtka, (816) 261-3927)
    WINNER: Butler by Unanimous Decision, 29-28 on all 3 judges cards.

    Brandon Frans (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 3-4, 135, 5'7", 8-10-89, Self, (816) 383-0376)
    VS **Cammeron Spire (Burlington Junction, Missouri, USA, 4-6, 135, 5'10", 6-22-88, Northwest Martial Arts, (660) 623-0214)
    WINNER: Frans by Tap Out (Guillotine) at :20 of Round 2

    Jett Jones, (Overland Park, Kansas, USA, 17-8, 189, 6'2", 2-16-87, Self, (913) 244-0436)
    VS **Michael Jessa (Chillicothe, Missouri, USA, 6-3, 181, 6', 6-8-88, Self, (660) 973-6493)
    WINNER: Jones by Tap Out (Strikes) at 1:33 of Round 1.

    **Corey Roberts (Omaha, Nebraska, USA, 15-7, 136, 5'6", 1-5-88, James Reed, (402) 212-9327)
    VS Bryan Timmons (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 9-8, 134, 5'6", 3-23-81, Roy Babcock, (816) 301-9239)
    WINNER: Roberts by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:03 of Round 1.

THURSDAY, October 18th, 2012, AT 6:25 PM/ PST


BlacKOut Fighting Championships Present
"BFC - 3"
St. Joe, Missouri, USA

MONDAY, October 15th, 2012, AT 1:20 PM/ PST

Results From Suck it Up Fight Promotions'
October 12th, 2012 - Jacksonville, Florida, USA

  1. IKF Amateur International Rules 140
    Jamal Thorne, (Ocala, Florida, USA, 1-1, 138, 5'7", 7-4-12, Frank Ortiz, (352) 895-0830)
    VS Tyler Kellum, (Madison, Florida, USA, 0-3, 143, 6'3", 6-16-91, RJ Krueger, (850) 672-0290)
    Winner: Jamal Thorne by TKO at 1:03 of round 1.
    Tyler Kellum was issued a 30 day suspension until 11-11-12.

  2. ISCF Amateur MMA 135
    ***Briyan Calhoun, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 1-0, 137, 5'9", 2-14-88, Gracie Jacksonville, (904) 945-9524)
    VS **Greg Frederick, (Nicholson, Georgia, USA, 0-1, 135, 5'11", 2-15-90, Ace Samples, (678) 650-1913)
    Winner: Briyan Calhoun by KO at 2:15 of round 2.
    Greg Federick was issued a 45 day suspension until 11-26-12.
  3. ISCF Amateur MMA 155
    Nick Castagno, (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 3-2, 153, 5'9", 3-20-89, Frank Ortiz, (904) 599-4009)
    VS Terrell Walker, (Jacksonivlle, Florida, USA, 1-2, 153, 5'7", 4-29-91, Mike Rounsville, (904) 718-5501)
    Winner: Nick Castagno by Unanimous Decision, 29-18, 30-27, 29-28.

  4. ISCF Amateur MMA 155
    **Chad Stites, (Athens, Georgia, USA, 1-0, 155, 5'9", 11-7-92, Ace Samples, (678) 650-1413)
    VS Joshua Goins (Lake City, Florida, USA, 1-4, 160, 6'1", 1-17-86, Ronnie Frazier, (904) 373-3183)
    Winner: Chad Stites by Choke at 2:45 of round 1.

  5. IKF Amateur International Rules 170
    Justin Snyder, (Orange Park, Florida, USA, 3-1, 167, 5'11", 8-23-86, Gene Bautista, (904) 644-79, 6999)
    VS Dominic Stouder, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 3-4, MMA: 3-3, 167, 6'6", 1-18-92, Brannon Hicks, (904) 226-2257.)
    Winner: Justin Snyder by Majority Decision, 29-27, 29-27, 28-28.

  6. ISCF Amateur MMA 175
    Miguel - Mike - Castillo, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 3-3, 176, 5'7", 8-1-78, Gene Bautista, Luis Palhares, (904) 525-9468)
    VS ***Issiah Scott, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 1-2, 181, 6'1", 7-9-85, Micheal DeBartola, (904) 329-4218)
    Winner: Miguel Castillo by Choke at .52 seconds of round 2.
    Issiah Scott was issued a 30 day suspension until 11-12-12.
  7. IKF Amateur International Rules 140
    Hugo Acero, (Brunswick, Georgia, USA, 1-1, 142, 5'8", 8-10-90, Joszef, (912) 230-9267)
    VS Randy Kruger, (Madison, Florida, USA, 3-1, AMMA: 0-3 142, 5'10", 9-18-86, John Reeder, (850) 672-0290)
    Winner: Hugo Acero by TKO at 1:52 of round 1.


Results From Fight Lab Promotions'
October 12th, 2012 - Shaw, South Carolina, USA

  1. PRO MMA (3x 5 minute rounds)
    Ferdinando Acerra, (Columbia, South Carolina, USA, 1-0, AMMA: 6-1, 204.8, 5''11" 11-19-84, SELF, (845) 240-2864)
    VS Latrone Walters, (Troutman, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, AMMA: 3-2, 192.2, 5'10", 1-31-80, Latrone Walters, (704) 662-2134)
    WINNER: Ferdinando Acerra at 1:52 of round 1 by submission (Kimura)

    (FIGHT LAB 135 TITLE-5x 4 minute rounds)
    Solon Staley, (Columbia, South Carolina, USA, 13-4, 144.8, 5'5", 12-9-83, Mark Mills, (803) 467-4582)
    VS **Lawrence Dennis, (Gastonia, North Carolina, USA, 5-3, 145.6, 5'10", 7-2-89)
    WINNER: Solon Staley at 2:48 of round 1 by submission (Guillotine Choke)
    (FIGHT LAB 205 TITLE-5x 4 minute rounds)
    Adrian Henderson, (Columbia, South Carolina, 5-2, 265, 6'4", 5-25-79, Nik Rodriguez, (803) 414-7315)
    VS William Baptiste, (Goldsboro, North Carolina, USA, 3-5, 245.9, 6'2", 9-28-75, Josh Marshall, (919) 221-5534)
    WINNER: Adrian Henderson at :21 of round 1 by KO.
    William Baptiste has been issed a 45 day medical suspension due to KO until November 28th, 2012.

    **Alex Faglier, (Augusta, Georgia, USA, 5-0, 154.8, 5'10", 5-19-92, Jason Faglier, 706-830-7741)
    VS Aubrey Rion (Mrytle Beach, South Carolina, USA, 4-1, 156, 5'7", 9-8-88)
    WINNER: Alex Faglier at :47 of round 1 by submission (Rear Naked Choke).

    **Derek Hyatt, (Gastonia, North Carolina, USA, 1-7, B: 8-4?, 144.8, 6'2", 4-22-83, Phil Wills, (980) 226-0102)
    VS **Tim Berry, (Holly Springs, North Carolina, USA, 6-5, 148.5, 5'5", 9-21-88, Mike Summerville, (919) 740-0959)
    WINNER: Tim Berry at :47 of round 1 by submission (Arm Triangle Choke).

    **William Montrel Brown, (Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA, USA, 6-2, 193.4, 5'9", 4-28-86, Self, (217) 766-7746)
    VS **Daniel Walker, (Goldboro, North Carolina, USA, 0-2, 195.8, 6'2", 10-12-92, Josh Marshall, (919) 221-5534 )
    WINNER: William Brown at :57 of round 1 by KO.
    Daniel Walker has been issed a 45 day medical suspension due to KO until November 28th, 2012.

    **Joshua Stewart, (Kernersville Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, 1-0, 169.2, 6', 7-27-84, Erik Stevens, (336) 692-1223)
    VS **Jarraun Gamble, (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, 168.2, 5'6", 10-20-90, Coach Phil, (980) 226-0102)
    WINNER: Josh Stewart at 2:42 of round 2 by submission (Rear Naked Choke)

    **Duran McDonald, (Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA, 2-0, 188.2, 5' 11", 5-3-92, Keith Richardson, (803) 526-6105)
    VS ***Gene Abernathy, (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, 205, 5'11", 4-3-81, Nick Smith, (704) 473-3201)
    WINNER: Durran MacDonald at :52 of round 1 by submission (Rear Naked Choke).

    ***Jonathan Noah*** (Cary, North Carolina, USA, 0-2, 5'6", 155, 5-1-90, Tim Berry, (919) 995-2631)
    VS **Jess Hertzog, (Raeford, North Carolina, USA, 2-1, 155, 5'8", 11-24-83, Jes Stevenson, (919) 935-2570)
    WINNER: Jesse Hertzog at 1:05 of round 2 by TKO.
    Jonathan Noah has been issed a 45 day medical suspension due to KO until November 28th, 2012.


Results From Capital Entertainment's
"Battle At The Capital Round 14"
October 6th, 2012 - Jefferson City, Missouri, USA

    **Charles Hinton (Mexico, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 125, 5'7",7-22-90, Henry Brewer, (573) 567-6556)
    VS **Dillon Tolbert (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 2-0, 125, 5'6", 11-18-92, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: TOLBERT by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:01 of Round Two.

    Jackques Welch (Boonville, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 145, 5' 7", 1-30-93, Russ Taft, 573-673-5949)
    VS Jacob Crabb (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 145, 6'2, 4-5-95, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: WELCH by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at :27 of Round Three.

    **Derrell Curtis (Mexico, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 180, 5'8", 4-12-81, Henry Brewer, (573) 567-6556)
    VS **Tod Wilson (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 180, 5'10, 1-20-72, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: WILSON by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:28 of Round One.

    Brandon Bryant (Columbia, Missouri, USA, 2-1, 145, 5'9, 7-19-85, Brandon Bryant, (573) 673-9406)
    VS Scott Diemler (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 145, 6'2, 10-14-94,Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: BRYANT by REFEREE STOPPAGE (Due To Strikes) at 1:11 of Round TWO.

    **Lawrence Latham (Columbia, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 265, 6'1, 11-15-82, Brandon Bryant, (573) 673-9406)
    VS **Tony Roberts (Eldon, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 265, 6'1, 2-10-91, Self, (660) 537-3576)
    WINNER: LATHAM by KO (Due to Strikes) at 2:47 of Round One.
    Roberts - Medical Suspension 30 days due to KO from Strikes.
    Eric Coward, (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, *6-7, 145 ,5'6", 12-9-79, Phil Jones, (816)651-5087)
    VS Garrett Mueller, (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 8-4, 145, 5'8", 1-29-89, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: MUELLER by KO (Due to Strikes) at 1:27 of Round One.
    Coward - Medical Suspension 30 days due to KO from Strikes.

    **Ben Ridgewell (Boonville, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 185, 5'11", 7-10-92, Russ Taft, 573-673-5949)
    VS **Joseph Wilson (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 185, 5'7", 5-11-88, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: RIDGEWELL by KO (Due to Knee Strikes) at 2:13 of Round One.
    Wilson - Medical Suspension 30 days due to KO from Strikes.

    Lance Lee, (Springfield, Missouri, USA, 8?-9, 185, 6', 6-28-87, Lance Lee, (660) 723-1628)
    VS William Bagby, (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 8-6-1, 185, 5'7", 7-16-87, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: BAGBY by KO (Due to Strikes) at :13 of Round One.
    Lee - Medical Suspension 30 days due to KO from Strikes.

    Jeff Stoneking, (Columbia, Missouri, USA, 8-14, 185, 6', 6-28-84, Branden Bryant, (573) 673-9406)
    VS Denver Lewis Jr., (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 7-0, 185, 6', 2-14-87, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: LEWIS by REFEREE STOPPAGE (Due To Triangle) at 2:24 of Round ONE.

    Moses Rahman, (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 6-6, 170, 6'2", 10-30-86, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    VS Garrett Wells, (Osage Beach, Missouri, USA, 4-0, 170, 6'2, 7-21-92, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: WELLS by UNANIMOUS DECISION, 28-29, 27-30, 28-29.

    Zac (Zachary) Metcalf, (Osage Beach, Missouri, USA, 7-5, 135, 5'9", 10-23-86, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    VS David Crabb, (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 8-3, 135, 6'1", 6-24-87, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: CRABB by KO (Due to Strikes) at :33 of Round One.
    Metcalf - Medical Suspension 45 days due to KO from Strikes UNTIL November 22nd, 2012

    **Curtis Hile (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 3-2, 240, 6'3", 1-29-88, Kraig Walker, (573) 338-4001)
    VS Travis Edwards, (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA, 10-4, 235, 6'5", 3-10-79, Rob Howard, (573) 353-1427)
    WINNER: EDWARDS by REFEREE STOPPAGE (Due To Verbal Submission) at 3:06 of Round ONE.

FRIDAY, October 12th, 2012, AT 12:15 PM/ PST


Fight Lab Promotions Presents
Shaw, South Carolina, USA


Suck it Up Fight Promotions Presents
Jacksonville, Florida, USA

TUESDAY, October 9th, 2012, AT 1:45 PM/ PST

Results From James Wallis'
October 6th, 2012 - Swansea, Wales


James Wallis (Swansea, Wales, 21-5-1, 77.0kg, 5'10", 10-5-83, Andy Morgan 00447926066610)
Patrik Kontraszti (Szeged, Hungary, 10-6-2, 78.1kg, 5'11", 6-6-90, Emil Kiss)

Patrik Kontraszti arrived in Wales as a multiple time European Champion and looked to be a tough proposition for current IKF European Champion James Wallis in the vacant world title contest. During the early rounds Wallis seemed to have the measure of his taller opponent and closed him down with solid punch combinations. Kontrastzi tried to use his reach but took until the middle part of the contest to get it together. Rounds 5-8 were probably Kontrastzi's best, but just as you thought he might begin to pick off Wallis, the Welshman stepped up a gear to run away with the contest in the final rounds. James Wallis absolutely deserves this World title having won and defended at every level en route to the prize. We are proud to have him as IKF World Super Middleweight Champion.
WINNER: James Wallis by unanimous decision 119-110, 118-113 & 116-112.

Here are all the results of the nights action...

  1. IKF Amateur FCR: Featherweight
    Hamid Sahar (Cardiff, Wales, 0-1, 56.5kg, 5'6", 2-25-88, Denzil Lawrence, 0044-7932253849)
    VS Josh Hynes (Swansea, Wales, 1-0 , 55.2kg, 5'3", 7-20-93, James Wallis 004478376 30084)
    WINNER: Josh Hynes by unanimous decision, 30-27 30-27 30-28.

  2. IKF Amateur FCR: Lightweight
    Jamey Taylor (Port Talbot, Wales, 1-1 , 59.1kg, 5'6", 8-1-86, Andy Morgan, T0044-7717766172 )
    VS Yusef Ali (Cardiff, Wales, 2-1-1, 61.5kg, 5'7", 4-10-93, James Russell, 0044 77986 01679)
    WINNER: Yusef Ali by unanimous decision, 30-27 30-27 30-27.

  3. ISCF Amateur MMA: Cruiserweight
    James Hays (Neath, Wales, 0-1 , 100.4kg, 5'8", 3-5-82, John Coley, 0044 7983 745 794)
    VS Laurence Bransden (Lampeter, Wales, 1-0 , 99.7kg, 5'11", 12-7-91, Chris Randell, 0044 7958 154449)
    WINNER: Laurence Bransden by TKO at 1.27 of Round 2.
    *James Haye receives medical suspension until 6th November 2012.

  4. IKF Amateur K1: Super Middleweight
    Leigh Davies (Llanyrunnoy, Wales, 1-1, 78.6kg, 5'7", 4-13-82, Chris Sparks, 00447971863842)
    VS Scott Keane (Pembroke, Dock Wales, 0-3 , 77.7kg, 6', 8-4-80, Carl Keane 01646 683003)
    WINNER: Leigh Davies by Majority decision, 28-28 29-28 29-28.

  5. ISCF Amateur MMA: Lightweight
    **James Leigh Davies (Llanelli, Wales, 0-2 , 66.3kg, 5'3", 9-23-91, Adam Beltis, 0044-7942966161)
    VS Ryan Morgan (Bridgend, Wales, 1-0, 64.3kg, 5'6", 3-10-86, Mike Edwards, 0044-7837630084 )
    WINNER: Ryan Morgan by forfeit.
    (**) James Leigh Davies left the ring before the start of the contest. He is currently suspended pending investigation.

  6. ISCF Amateur MMA: Welterweight
    Julius Sidonie (Llanelli, Wales, 0-1 , 77.5kg, 5.9", 10-10-90, Self, 0044 7429 365980)
    VS Rhys Lewis (Lampeter, Wales, 1-0 , 78.1kg, 5'10", 4-24-92, Chris Randell, 0044 7958 154449)
    WINNER: Rhys Lewis by TKO at :38 seconds of Round 1.
    Julius Sidonie receives medical suspension until 6th November 2012.

  7. ISCF Amateur MMA: Lightweight
    Daniel Jones (Swansea, Wales, 0-1 , 69.3kg, 5'9", 12-30-88, Self, 0044 7582 395882)
    VS Gavin Charnock (Bridgend, Wales, 1-0 , 69.2kg, 5'10", 8-19-87, Vince Mckagan, 00447711591425)
    WINNER: Gavin Charnock by TKO at 1 minute of round 1.
    Daniel Jones receives medical suspension until 6th November 2012.

  8. IKF Amateur IR: Light Heavyweight
    David Masel (Weston, England, 9-2-3 , 80.9kg, 6'1", 9-8-83, Self, 0044 7514 081436)
    VS Gareth Partridge (Cardiff, Wales, 8-3, 79.7kg, 6', 7-24-81, Denzil Lawrence, 017932 253 849)
    WINNER: David Masel by split decision, 29-30, 29-28 and 30-27.

  9. IKF Amateur FCR: Light Heavyweight
    Ryan Evans (Swansea, Wales, 1-0 , 81.3kg, 6', 1-24-86, James Wallis, 00447837630064)
    VS Sammi Kearns (Swansea, Wales, 0-2, 81.1kg, 5'11", 2-19-90, Andrew Derrick 00447929938159)
    WINNER: Ryan Evans by TKO at :58 seconds of round 2.
    *Sammi Kearns receives medical suspension until 6th November 2012.

  10. IKF Amateur FCR: Welterweight
    Robert Mathlin (Cardiff. Wales, 4-5 , 66kg, 5'9", 8-19-92, Chris Sparks. 00447971863842)
    VS Dean Bradley (Neath. Wales, 6-0, 64.9kg, 5'6", 2-6-89, James Wallis, 00447837630064)
    WINNER: Dean Bradley by TKO at 1.02 of round 1.
    *Robert Mathlin receives medical suspension until 6th November 2012.

  11. IKF Amateur FCR: Light Heavyweight
    Dan Thomas (Pembroke. Dock Wales, 3-0, 79.4kg, 6'2", 1-12-91, Carl Keane 01646 683003)
    VS Nick Driscoll (Cardiff, Wales, 2-5, 79.7kg, 5'11", 6-1-80, Denzil Lawrence. 017932 253 849)
    WINNER: Daniel Thomas by unanimous decision, 29-28, 29-28 & 30-27.


A Guide To MMA Promoter
Surety Bond Insurance

By Sara Aisenberg

Throughout the past few decades, combative sports have become more and more popular in the United States. Like any up-and-coming industry, the more popular the sports become, the more regulations are put in place to protect those involved. To ensure that those who work in the combative sports industry remain protected, many government agencies require that MMA promoters file a surety bond with the state.

Getting a surety bond as a professional mixed martial arts promoter varies from state to state as the exact bond form could be called one of many things, such as:

No matter the exact name used at the top of the form, surety bonds for MMA promoters all work in the same basic way.

So, how do MMA promoter bonds work?

Sports promoter bonds work just like other surety bonds in the sense that they function as legal contracts that bind three parties together. These parties are as follows.

In the event that a sports promoter fails to meet the expectations outlined in a sports promoter bond, the obligee has the power to make a claim on the bond to recover losses or collect a penalty. To put it simply, the bond's financial guarantee protects the state as well as athletes who work with sports promoters.

Who needs an MMA promoter bond?

Most states that regulate MMA events in the U.S. require sports promoters to purchase a surety bond before they can promote a combative sporting event. In fact, most states require sports promoters to obtain a surety bond before they can become licensed to legally work in the industry.

Just like the type of sports promoter bond - MMA bond, boxing promoter license bond, combat sports promoter bond, etc. - varies from state to state, the cost of the bond varies as well. The amount of the surety bond needed by the obligee will impact how much a promoter pays for the bond, as will the promoter's credit score and financial screening.

Surety bonds can be confusing, but with a basic understanding of how they work and why they're required, stakeholders in the MMA industry can better appreciate the protection they provide.

Sara Aisenberg is an executive writer for the educational outreach team. is a nationwide surety bond producer that helps MMA promoters get the surety bonds they need. You can keep up with Sara on Twitter @SaraAisenberg.

MONDAY, October 8th, 2012, AT 7:00 PM/ PST

Results For True Fight Fan's
October 5th, 2012 - Grain Valley, Missouri, USA

    Jon Clayton, (Hemit Valley, California, USA, KB 0-1, 133, 5'9", 3-23-88, Self, (660) 853-8714)
    VS Chance Camacho, (Blue Springs, Missouri, USA, KB 5-1, 134, 5'7", 6-7-96, Larry Reyes, (816) 878-7681)
    WINNER: Camacho by KO at 1:21 of Round 2.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Jon Clayton (KO) 45 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-19-12.

    Dakota Robinson (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, MMA 3-9, 200, 5'7", 10-13-91)
    VS Ethan Daniel (Blue Springs, Missouri, USA, MMA 0-1, 202, 5'8", 3-2-90)
    WINNER: Robinson by KO at :45 of Round 1.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Ethan Daniel (KO) 60 Days: 10-5-12 to 12-4-12.

    Dominque Coward, (Lexington, Missouri, USA, MMA 1-1, 144, 5'7", 6-2-85)
    VS Danny Joe Speakman, (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, MMA 0-1, 149, 5'8",12-22-87)
    WINNER: Coward by TKO at 1:11 of Round 1.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Danny Joe Speakman (TKO) 30 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-4-12.

    Harley Myrick, (Albany, Missouri, USA, KB 0-1, 164, 6'2", 12-24-88, Eddie Cates, (928) 287-8907)
    VS Eric Hicks, (Springfield, Missouri, USA, KB 2-0-1, 155, 5'10", 11-3-95 Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    WINNER: Hicks by KO at 1:36 of Round 2.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Harley Myrick (KO) 45 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-19-12.

    Quincey Jackson, (Mexico, Missouri, USA, KB 1-5-1, 152, 5'8", 01-13-95, Melissa Jones, (573) 567-6704)
    VS Lantz Nave, (Independence, Missouri, USA, KB 5-2, 150 5'6", 6-14-89, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    WINNER: Nave by KO due to strikes at 1:24 of Round 2.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Quincey Jackson (KO) 45 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-19-12.

    Kevin Brown, (St. Louis, Missouri, USA, MMA 5-5, 184, 6'2", 8-15-86, Self (573) 462-6011 )
    VS Isaiah Maldonado (Garden City, Kansas, USA, MMA 0-2, 184, 5'11", 8-3-84)
    WINNER: Brown by TKO due to Referee Stoppage due to strikes at :14 of Round 1.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Isaiah Maldonado (TKO) 30 Days: 10-5-12 to– 11-4-12.

    Jared Merrick, (Lee's Summit, Missouri, USA, MMA 5-2, 156, 6', 5-15-92, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    VS Henry Brewer (Mexico, Missouri, USA, MMA 6-23, 158, 6', 11-21-74, Self, (573) 567-6556)
    WINNER: Merrick by Tap Out due to (Strikes) at 2:16 of Round 1.

    Richard Moad, (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, KB 0-0, 170, 6', 6-20-83, Eddie Codes, (660) 726-2228)
    VS Robert Basney, (Blue Springs, Missouri, USA, KB 1-2, 175, 5'7", 12-2-86, Phil Jones, (816) 651-8057)
    WINNER: Basney by KO due to Strikes at :57 of Round 3.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Richard Moad (KO) 45 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-19-12.

    David Tate (Mexico, Missouri, USA, MMA 0-6, 170, 6', 3-5-94)
    VS Brandon McMahon, (Grain Valley, Missouri, USA, MMA 10-3, 160, 5'8", 8-27-88, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    WINNER: McMahon by Tap Out Choke Out Rear Naked Choke at :56 of Round 1.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: David Tate (Choke Out) 45 Days: 10-5-12 to 11-19-12.

    Brittany (Britt) Wilson, (Clinton, Missouri, USA, KB 0-1, 126, 5'5", 8-10-85, Jeb Chiles, (816) 654-5776)
    VS Leticia (Vargas) Mendoza, (Blue Springs, Missouri, USA, KB 1-0, 5'5", 121, 11-27-96, Larry Reyes, (913) 484-4366)
    WINNER: (Vargas) Mendoza by Unanimous Decision, 30-26 on all 3 cards.

    Andy Garcia, (St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, MMA 6-2, 5'8", 144, 8-9-88)
    VS Raul Romero, (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, MMA 18-6, 149, 5'5", 6-21-74, Larry Reyes, (913) 484-4366)
    WINNER: Romero by Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 29-28 and 30-27.

    Travis Kelly, (Quebec, Missouri, USA, KB 9-5, 250, 6'3", 7-21-83, Team Rock, (573) 826-5480)
    VS Arthur Afa Tapusoa, (KB 15-2, 229, 6', 5-30-88, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    WINNER: Tapusoa TKO by Referee Stoppage due to Strikes at 1:33 of Round 2.
    MEDICAL SUSPENSION: Travis Kelly (TKO) 30 Days: 10-5-12 to– 11-4-12.

    Stephanie Lavender (Mexico, Missouri, USA, MMA 11-6, 131, 6'1", 6-13-82)
    VS Cara Jo (CJ) Wesemann (Pleasant Hill, Missouri, USA, MMA 4-1, 140, 5'9", 1-19-92)
    WINNER: Wesemann by Tap Out due to Strikes at 2:49 of Round 2.

    Carl Johnson (Leavenworth, Kansas, USA, MMA 5-4, 206, 6'3", 1-10-71)
    VS Danny Klick (Independence, Missouri, USA, MMA 7-0, 205, 6'2", 12-24-93, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087)
    WINNER: Klick by Tap Out due to (Kamora) at 2:28 of Round 1.

FRIDAY, October 5th, 2012, AT 3:00 PM/ PST

Tecia Torres & Joanne Calderwood
Good Luck This Weekend!

Multi time IKF World Classic Champion Tecia Torres will be making her Pro Debut this Saturday night. Torres will face off against Kaiyana Rain of Los Angeles, California Saturday at the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas on the Invicta Fighting Championships all Women's MMA event.

Torres of North Lauderdale, Florida, USA (16-4/2 in kickboxing / Muay Thai and 7-0 in amateur MMA) won't be the only fighter known to the IKF (International Kickboxing Federation - on the event. IKF Champion Joanne Calderwood of Glasgow, Scotland (18-2 in Kickboxing/Muay Thai and 3-0 in Pro MMA) will take on Ashley Cummins (MMA: 3-0) of St. Louis Missouri in a 3 round undercard bout.

Calderwood won the IKF Pro Muay Thai European Flyweight title on September 13th, 2009 in Glasgow Scotland when she defeated Maria Curriki of Madrid Spain by unanimous decision.

Out of 4 trips to "The Show" Torres won the IKF World Classic tournament 3 times. Her wins were her last 3 World Classic appearances in a row.

2009: At her first IKF World Classic appearance in 2009 in Orlando Florida, Torres defeated her first two opponents by decision before losing in the Championship bout to Tiffany Connell of Bradenton, Florida by unanimous decision, 29-28, 30-27 & 29-28.

2010: At the 2009 IKF World Classic in Orlando Florida, Torres first defeated Lacey Roberts of Denham Springs, Louisiana by unanimous decision, 30-26, 30-26, 30-26. In her second bout of the day she defeated Lakesha Springle of Augusta, Georgia, USA by majority decision, 30-26, 29-27, 28-28. The next day in her Championship bout she defeated Jacqui Bradley of Burlington, Ontario, Canada by unanimous decision, 30-27, 30-27, 29-28 to take home the title.

2011: At the 2011 IKF World Classic in Orlando Florida, Torres defeated Carolina Muñoz of San Pedro, San Jose, Costa Rica by unanimous decision, 30-27, 30-26 & 30-27 to take home the title.

2012: At this years 2012 IKF World Classic in Orlando Florida, Torres first defeated Karina Montero of Altamonte Springs, Florida by unanimous decision, 30-26 on all 3 judges cards. In her second bout of the day she defeated Michele Burke of Jacksonville, Florida by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all 3 judges cards. The next day on Championship Sunday she defeated Nicole Ball of Arlington, Virginia by unanimous decision, 30-27, 30-27 & 30-28 to take home the title.

All of us here at the IKF Kickboxing & ISCF MMA would like to wish both ladies the best of luck this weekend. Win or lose, you are always Champions to us here!

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James Wallis
Swansea, Wales
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Szeged, Hungary
78.1kg, 6-6-90, 5'11", Emil Kiss
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THURSDAY, October 4th, 2012, AT 3:00 PM/ PST

Results From 108 Promotions'
"Invictus Fighting Championships IV"
September 29th, 2012 - Kansas City, Missouri, USA

ISCF is awaiting complete fighter stats.

    **Travis Moore (Oak Grove, Missouri, USA, 1-2, 144, 6', 10-11-88, Aaron Derrow, (816) 456-2069 )
    VS **Rigoberto Aguirre (Emporia, Kansas, USA, 2-1, 145, 5'8", 9-9-87, Dainle Gallemore, (785) 845-7069)
    Winner: Rigo Aguirre by Unanimous decision, all three judge (Steve Crawford, Farron Otis, Henry Gueary) score this 29-28.

    **Derek Wendt (Osaoatomie, Kansas, USA, 0-1, 155, 5'7", 11-26-80, Joe Canfield, (913) 755-5082)
    VS **Johnathon Friend (Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 1-0, 155, 6'1", 1-29-92, James Krause, (402) 889-9286 )
    Winner: Johnathan Friend by Unanimous decision, Judge Steve Crawford 29-28, Judge Farron Otis 30-27 and Judge Henry Gueary 29-28.

    Christopher - Chris Doyle, (Independence, Missouri, USA, 4-1, 159, 5'10", 7-5-76, Rudy Bears, American Jujitsu (816) 721-9107)
    VS Charles Brown, (Hume, Missouri, USA, 2-4, 163, 6'2", 7-8-86, Self, (660) 464-0271)
    Winner: Chris Doyle by verbal submission (broke his right hand) at 3:00 minutes of round 1.
    Charles Brown 60 day medical suspension with doctor clearance.

    Steven Harrison, (Independence, Missouri, USA, 1-3, 209, 5'10", 10-20-90, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360)
    VS Jeremy Collins, (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 3-0, 221, 5'11", 5-27-88, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360)
    Winner: Jeremy Clooins by Unanimous decision, Judge Steve Crawford 29-28, Judge Farron Otis 30-27 and Judge Henry Gueary 29-28.

    Austin Evans, (Lone Jack, Missouri, USA, 2-1, 195, 6'2", 10-13-90, Shawn Butler, (816) 729-3748)
    VS **Cody Loveall (Odessa, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 203, 6'0", 10-25-89, Billy Arni, (816) 521-1033.)
    Winner: Austin Evans by tapout due to strikes at :22 seconds of round 1.

    Justin Pritchett, (Edgerton, Kansas, USA, 2-0, 155, 5'8", 6-28-85, Jay Wienke, (970) 412-5254)
    VS **Dusty Campbell (Overland Park, Kansas, USA, 0-1, 154, 5'8", 4-12-81, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360)
    Winner: Justin Pritchett by Unanimous decision, Judge Steve Crawford 30-27, Judge Chuck Wolfe 29-28 and Judge Henry Gueary 30-27.

    Brody Robert, (Paola, Kansas, USA, 1-3, 138, 5'10", 8-26-88, Joe Canfield, (913) 731-3373)
    VS **Abhishek Shashikumar, (Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 0-1, 133, 5'7", 8-24-92, Self, (815) 519-6688)
    Winner: Brody Roberts by KO at :10 secounds of round 1.
    Abhishek Shashikumar, 60 day suspension until November 27th, 2012.

    Cody Trevino, (Topeka, Kansas, USA, 2-3, 133, 5'9", 4-29-90, Self, (785) 845-6809)
    VS Jason McIntosh, (Olathe, Kansas, USA, 4-2, 135, 5'5", 10-11-79, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360 )
    Winner: Jason McIntosh by Unanimous decision All three judges score this 29-28.

    **Derek Bunce (Osawatomie, Kansas, USA, 2-1, 155, 5'8", 1-21-85, Self, (913) 731-6421 )
    VS **Trevor Lenheny (Lee Summit, Missouri, USA, 2-0, 155, 5'11", 5-11-90, Rasheed English, (816) 812-8126 )
    Winner: Trevor Lenheny by KO at 1:59 seconds of round 3.
    Derek Bunce 60 day suspension until November 27th, 2012.

    Tyler Barker, (Lee's Summit, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 194, 6'1", 12-22-86)
    VS Sean Johnston, (Olathe, Kansas, USA, 3-0, 188, 6'1", 5-16-88, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360)
    Winner: Sean Johnston by Verbal Submission at 1:49 seconds of round 1.
    Johnnie Roades (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 6-3, 135, 5'8", 12-23-88, Rudy Bears, American Jujitsu , (816) 721-9107)
    VS Clayton Brown, (Paola, Kansas, USA, 5-4, 136, 5'10", 7-8-86, Billy Harris, (913) 731-2893)
    Winner: Johnnie Roades by tapout due to strikes at 2:40 seconds of round 1.

    **Colton Allan (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 7-3, 170, 6', 12-12-91, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405)
    VS **Zach Kuipers (Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 2-0, 169, 5'11", 9-6-90, Self, (316) 209-4076)
    Winner: Zach Kuipers by Unanimous decision All three judges score this 28-27.

    Jeremy Wiederin (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 8-2, 184, 5'8", 11-14-86, Derek Bohi, (816) 210-3916)
    VS Timehin Babalola, (Kansas City, Missouri, USA, 4-0, 184, 6', 9-7-88, American Jujitsu, (816) 728-7360)
    Winner: Timehin Babalola by Unanimous decision All three judges score this 29-28.

MONDAY, October 1st, 2012, AT 6:20 PM/ PST

Results From Deadgame Fight School's
"Rumble In The Ancient City"
September 29th, 2012 - St. Augustine, Florida, USA

  1. ISCF Amateur MMA Heavyweight
    **Adonis Mosely (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 0-1, 236, 5'11", 8-8-83, John Mahlow, (904) 449-3560)
    VS Perry Hayes, (Gainesville, Florida, USA, 4-0, 255, 6', 12-14-80, Self, (352) 338-1705)
    Winner: Perry Hayes, Split Decision Judges scores 30-27, 29-28, 28-29

  2. ISCF Amateur MMA 165
    **Alex Zee (Cassleberry, Florida, USA, 2-1, 173, 6'2", 12-8-92, Jose Figueroa, (703) 626-6441)
    VS **Michael Hornak, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 0-1, 167, 5'8", 11-8-87, Flashpoint Training Concepts, (904) 718-3301)
    Winner: Alex Zee- Arm Bar at 1:29 of round 1.

  3. ISCF Amateur MMA Super Heavyweight
    Zach Alexander (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 4-3, 304, 6'1", 11-30-88, John Mahlow, (904) 449-3560)
    VS Ryan Green (Middleburg, Florida, USA, 3-1, 264, 5'11", 11-5-82, Marlin Owens, (904) 568-0571)
    Winner: Zach Alexander Key Lock at 1:55 of round 3.

  4. ISCF Amateur MMA 170
    **Ronald Frazier, (Ft White, Florida, USA, 3-1, 172, 5'11", 10-1-69, Chad Gains, (904) 333-3183)
    VS **Carlin Traim (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 0-1, 169, 5'6", 3-11-83, Jessie Lawrence, (904) 718-3301)
    Winner: Ronnie Frazier Unanimous Decision Judges scores- 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.

  5. ISCF Amateur MMA 185
    Kenneth Daniel Worley (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 3-1, 186, 5'11", 9-27-84, Matt Ng, (904) 540-8573)
    VS Cody Thayer (Palatka, Florida, USA, 3-4, 188, 5'10" 12-26-92, Jose Mato, (386) 325-2110)
    Winner: Daniel Worley by Choke at 1:15 of round 3.

  6. ISCF Amateur MMA 155
    **Joshua Goins (Lake City, Florida, USA, 1-3, 161, 6'1", 1-17-86, Ronnie Frazier, (904) 333-3183)
    VS Terrell Walker (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 1-1, 154, 5'7", 4-29-91, Mike Rounsville, (904) 718-3301)
    Winner: Terrell Walker by Rear Naked Choke at :54 seconds of round 1.

  7. ISCF Amateur MMA 155
    Amar Cox (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 6-1, 154, 6', 2-6-78, Josh Rutgers, (904) 982-0099)
    VS Corey Wilson, (Albany, Georgia, USA, 7-2, 154, 5'11", 12-12-88, Corey Wilson, (386) 538-0229)
    Winner: Corey Wilson by Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  8. ISCF Amateur MMA 195
    **Justin Brunson, (Ormond Beach, Florida, USA, 2-2, 195, 6', 1-8-81, Todd Cutler, (386) 882-0847)
    VS **Thomas Chioraho (Ocala, Florida, USA, 0-1, 195 5'11", 11-2-85, Self, (352) 445-5769)
    Winner: Justin Brunson by Arm Bar at 1:31 of round 1.

  9. ISCF Amateur MMA 185
    **Jesus Ocasio (Apopka, Florida, USA, 2-0, 189, 6'4", 6-14-83, Charlie Benham, (321) 439-1108)
    VS ** Carl Graham (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 0-1, 187, 5'6", 7-1-87, Darwin Varsay, (904) 327-3645.)
    Winner: Jesus Ocasio: Arm Bar at 2:00 of round 2

  10. ISCF Amateur MMA 160
    Bradley Stratton (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 3-0, 154, 5'10", 5-13-85, Todd Raven, (904) 814-6032)
    VS Bert Smallwood (Palatka, Florida, USA, 0-2, 159, 5'8", 3-25-89, Stephanie Matos, (386) 937-3959)
    Winner: Bradley Stratton: Arm Triangle at 2:11 of round 1.

  11. ISCF Amateur MMA 145
    **Leonidas -Leo- Murillo (Altamante, Springs Florida, USA, 2-1, 151, 5'9", 11-5-85, Jose Figueroa, (407) 679-6621)
    VS Doug Rizzo, (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 1-2, 151, 5'10", 10-29-85, Josh Rutgers, (904) 982-0099)
    Winner: Leonidas Murillo by Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 29-28, 30-27.

  12. ISCF Amateur MMA 145
    **Anderson Hutchinson (Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, 6-0, 147, 5'8", 3-6-87, Todd Cutler, (386) 569-7115)
    VS Robert Gillon, (Albany, Georgia, USA 5-5, 5'8", 144, 12-17-88, Self, (386) 538-3517)
    Winner: Anderson Hutchinson by Arm Bar at 2:25 of round 1.

  13. ISCF Amateur MMA 135
    **Joshua Green (Maccleny, Florida, USA, 1-2, 133, 5'6", 6-17-86, Chad Gaines, (904) 333-3183)
    VS **Matthew Knass ( Knauss ) (Yulee, Florida, USA, 1-0, 135, 5'6", 4-29-93, Darwin Varsay, (904) 327-3645 )
    Winner: Matthew Knauss by Arm Bar at 2:28 of round 1.

  14. IKF Amateur International Rules Kickboxing 170
    Travis Sterling (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 1-0, 168, 5'11", 10-10-90, Inner Circle, (904) 508-7966)
    VS Jarvel Brown (St Augustine, Florida, USA, 1-3, 171, 6'1", 5-10-92, Self, (904) 540-2537)
    Winner: Travis Sterling by Split Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 28-29.

  15. ISCF Amateur MMA 195
    Ramon Butts (Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 3-2, 194, 5'11", 5-23-80, Guillerm Ciavatta, (904) 683-7540)
    VS Leonard Myers (Lake Butler, Florida, USA, 1-4, 196, 6', 4-6-88, Todd Raven, (904) 814-6032)
    Winner: Ramon Butts by Arm Triangle at 2:31 of round 1.

  16. ISCF Amateur MMA 135
    Devin Russell (Palatka, Florida, USA, 1-5, 137, 5'6", 9-6-92, Stepanie Matos, (386) 937-3959)
    VS **Roosevelt Freus ( Apopka Florida, USA, 0-1, 140, 5'6", 6-10-93, Charlie Behnam, (321) 437-1168)
    Winner: Devin Russel by Arm Bar at :41 seconds of round 1.


Results From Donnie Hair's
September 29th, 2012 - Melbourne, Florida, USA


    Ryan Burdette (Port St Lucie, Florida, USA, 2-2, 171, 6'1", 11-5-94, Din Thomas, (772) 240-5243)
    VS Luke Wilder (Kingsland, Georgia, USA, 0-1, 170,6', 8-15-95, Will Cooper, (912) 409-9167)
    Winner: Ryan Burdette TKO at 1:12 of round 3.

    **Eric Shellard (Sanford, Florida, USA 1-3, 126, 5'4", 5-21-86, Christia, Legende, (407) 600-9304 )
    VS **Spencer Mumme ( Cape Coral, Florida, USA, 2-1-1, 128, 5'5", 1-4-89, D'Angelo MMA, (239) 878-6348)
    Winner: Spencer Mumme : Arm Bar at .48 seconds of round 1.

    **Johnathan Cubero (Orlando, Florida, USA, 2-1, 126, 5'6", 2-16-85, Dillon Gower, (703) 728-1243)
    VS Rory Every (South Daytona, Florida, USA, 1-1, 130, 5'10", 5-25-91, Mike Vazquez, (386) 689-0498)
    Winner: Jonathan Cubero, Spilt Decision Judges scores, 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.

  4. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Tony Guillen, (Kissimmee, Florida, USA, 3-2, 179, 5'11", 11-30-79, Vinnie Sammero, (407) 765-6249)
    VS **Ralph Delinios (Green Acres, Florida, USA, 0-1, 184, 6'3", 10-10-91, Richie Camon, (561) 767-5877)
    Winner: Tony Guillen, Unanimous Decision Judges scores, 30-27. 30-27, 30-27.

    Justin Labato (Merritt Island, Florida, USA, 2-1, 155, 5'8", 8-1-82, David Diquillo, (321) 368-9507)
    VS Nathan Frishkorn (Davenport, Florida, USA, 0-1, 155, 6'2", 5-29-92, Self, (863) 326-8866 )
    Winner: Justin Labato, Unanimous Decision Judges scores, 30-25, 30-25, 29-26.

    **Calen Holcomb (Orlando, Florida, USA, 4-0, 171, 6'5", 4-17-85, Pete White, (407) 509-3364 )
    VS Judah Anderson, ( Gainesville, Florida, USA, 2-3, 170, 6'1", 7-25-82, JC, (352) 318-3818)
    Winner: Calen Holcomb- Side Choke 1:35 of round 2.
    **Michael Jones, (Orlando, Florida, USA, 1-0, 154, 5'10", 4-1-84, Julien Williams, (517) 974-4098)
    VS **Patrick Tynan (Cape Canerva, Florida, USA, 0-1, 153, 5'9", 11-17-78, Cocoa Beach Fight Club, (321) 208-3554)
    Michael Jones by TKO at 2:32 of round 2.

    ****Joel Valentin**** (Orlando, Florida, USA, 4-1, 158, 5'8", 12-26-91, Self, (321) 217-6554 )
    VS **Antonio Hernaez, (Palm Coast, Florida, USA, 0-2, AKB: 4-6, 158, 5'7", 5-1-78, Mike Vazquez, (386) 689-0498 )
    Winner: Joel Valentin, TKO at 1:37 of round 1.
  9. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Ronnie Phillips (Port Charlotte, Florida, USA, 2-3, 209, 6'5", 1-8-89, Robbie Craddockie, (941) 681-1209)
    VS Robert Castellano, (Satellite, Florida, USA, 3-5, 209, 5'8" 1-22-88, Deral Hatchett, (321) 458-4186)
    Winner: Ronnie Phillips Unanimous Decision Judges scores, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

    ***Jay Pressley*** (South Daytona, Florida, USA, 3-1, 135, 5'7", 11-10-89, Mike Vazquez, (386) 689-0498)
    VS ***Stephen -Noah- Weed (Sebring, Florida, USA, 6-3, 135, 5'10", 7-31-92, Stephen Weed/Berto, (863) 446-1398)
    Winner: Jay Pressley Unanimous Decision Judges Scores, 30-26, 30-26, 30-27.
    Chris Walker (Cocoa, Florida, USA, 4-0, 145, 5'7", 8-10-83, David Diquillo, (321) 863-6393)
    VS Aalon Cruz (Tampa, Florida, USA, 5-1, 145, 6', 9-20-89, Daniel Hurtado De Mendoza, (813) 965-6689)
    Winner Christopher Walker Unanimous Decision Judges scores 29-27, 29-28, 29-28.

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