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MMA Sports Federation Results

By: Matthew Pearlman


A night of knockouts, submissions, and only a couple decisions, resulted in being an extremely action packed event. A night where you were always on the edge of your seat wondering what would happen next.

 

Beginning at around 6PM, the undercard never failed to disappoint as all the fights were finished. Josh Augustine impressed in his long awaited return, and won over Zach Allen in the 2nd round by submission (armbar). In the second fight, Chris Seip took on the entertaining Ace Anderson. Seip was able to get the takedowns, work from the side, and take mount multiple times. In the second round, Ace was throwing crazy punches, and Seip slammed him down right into mount, and Ace tapped as something was wrong with his rib. In the third fight, Ricky Bell and Billy Marcie came in well prepared for the fight, and both fighters striking looked sharp. In the second round, Bell landed a knee and rained down punches on Marcie, leading the ref to stop the fight. Jordan Dowdy and Wayne Phillips fought in the fourth fight of the evening. Dowdy won by TKO in a one sided fight. Rosener and Maramba ended in the first round as Maramba got ahold of Rosener's arm, and Rosener was forced to tap.

 

In the opening fight on the main card, Matt "KO Kid" Murphy and John McLaughlin were throwing hard at each other, but as McLaughlin threw a leg kick, Murphy checked it, and McLaughlin's night came to an end as the ref stopped it after McLaughlin screamed out of pain. Bernard Thomas made quick work of Jason Powell, and after spot on striking and a knee, Thomas got the RNC. Fazlo Mulabitinovic made his pro debut against Nick Dioneda, and Fazlo ended up with the decision in a great fight. Clay Mitchell was unable to compete due to dehydration. Joel Blair and Adam Meredith was a crowd pleaser for sure. Meredith controlled pretty much all of the fight, but was having a hard time getting a rear naked choke locked in, in the first round. In the third round, Meredith took Blair down again, and was able to get Blair's arm to where Blair couldn't defend the massive elbows Meredith was landing, so the ref was forced to stop the bout. Malshon Ball and Dan O'Connor was awesome! Malshon slammed O'Connor to the ground, and O'Connor went for a guillotine choke and eventually let go, Malshon had side guard, but went back in O'Connor's guard. O'Connor again went for a guillotine, but this time Malshon tapped and O'Connor got the big W. In the main event of the evening, two MMA veterans stepped into the cage. Irvin and Woods started the fight with heavy strikes from both, Sal Woods was connecting with heavy knees, so Irvin went for a takedown, Woods almost finished the fight with a guillotine, but Irvin got out. After that, Irvin managed to get on top and into side guard, and after some strikes, Irvin was able to catch the back for a rear naked choke victory.

 

Jim Jenkins put on another great fight card, and I can't wait to cover the next event!