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Canadian Tournament Combat: A Third Go Round


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OOC: I am back after a years long hiatus at this site, but recently bought WMMA5, and thought I felt like giving another whirl to doing a dynasty. This will be the third edition of Canadian Tournament Combat, the other two were both done on WMMA3, just to give you an idea how long I've been away. Except for the logo and banner below, I have unfortunately lost all the promotional logos that Iceisle made for me between my computer dying, and photobucket dumping everything when they went to a pay site.

 

I am using the game's default database, with a few modifications. I created my promotion, and created contracts between my promotion, and 25 fighters from each of the 12 weight classes I will be running. Every Canadian fighter in the database fights for my promotion. For most of the divisions all non-Canadian fighters are free agents at game boot up. The exceptions are: for the Womens Featherweight and Lightweight Divisions I mercilessly plundered the WEFF, and KDMFC rosters so that I could fill the divisions. I believe I plundered a few Bantamweight Men as well. Basically any division I couldn't fill between the Canadian Fighters and the free agents to 25 fighters, I plundered the rest.

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Iceisle for creating the awesome Canadian Tournament Combat Promotional Logos!

 

 

 

 

Rules: All bouts will be contested in the confines of a cage. Title Fights will be six 10 minute rounds, and other fights will be three 10 minute rounds, scored on the entire match. Anything that can be set to legal is including elbows, knees to the head of a downed opponent, and soccer kicks.

 

Format: TV shows will be five fights, mainly tournament and title fights, along with a preliminary card, they will occur on a weekly basis when in season (and no complications occur), and I will try to have seasons completed between January and April, and July and October for two seasons each year. There will also be a Spring Series, and Winter Series in between seasons, featuring smaller 4 man tournaments, starting after the second season, once all the initial Championship Tournaments are out of the way. I will be being consistent with which weight classes tournaments will be contested each season (I will be running with a whopping 12 weight classes), with odd numbered seasons (starting with the upcoming first season) featuring tournaments in the Womens Flyweight, Womens Featherweight, Bantamweight, Lightweight, Middleweight, and Heavyweight divisions, while even numbered seasons will feature tournaments in the Womens Bantamweight, Womens Lightweight, Featherweight, Welterweight, Light Heavyweight, and Super Heavyweight divisions.

 

Pay-Per-Views will be 20 fight marathons designed to keep fighters not participating in the tournaments busy. There will be a pay-per-view each month, which centers around one weight class. The centerpiece of each pay-per-view will be an eight man, one night tournament, usually for young up and comers, with the winner getting a spot in the next tournament at his weight class. Then there will be other one-off non-tournament fights (including non-title fights to keep champions active while waiting for new challengers to be crowned), usually the majority, if not all of the fights on the pay-per-view will be from the one weight class.

 

 

For the first and second seasons only, there will be two tournaments in each weight class (for a whopping twelve tournaments a season!), one to crown the initial champion in that weight class, and one to crown a challenger, this way I can start having title fights as soon as possible! Starting with season three things will calm down to a regular one tournament to crown the next title challenger format!

 

This first post will be kept updated with Champions and Title Histories if you are ever interested.

 

 

 

Canadian Tournament Combat Champions

 

 

 

CTC Super Heavyweight Championship (266-600 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 53% (+6% Last Fight)

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Kiyomori Sanda

 

MMA Record: 11-0/CTC Record: 4-0

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Moses Amokachi by TKO (Strikes) in 0:45 of Round 1 (CTC 69)

 

No Defences

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Den Bickersteth (October 2002-December 2002)

 

Won Title

 

def. Dwight Witherspoon by Knock Out (Punch) in 0:18 of Round 1 (CTC 28)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Matas Fialkowska by Knock Out (Punch) in 6:48 of Round 5 (CTC 34)

 

 

 

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2. Matas Fialkowska (December 2002-April 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Den Bickersteth by Knock Out (Punch) in 6:48 of Round 5 (CTC 34)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Teddy Glossop by TKO (Strikes) in 4:03 of Round 1 (CTC 47)

 

 

 

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3. Teddy Glossop (April 2003-August 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Matas Fialkowska by TKO (Strikes) in 4:03 of Round 1 (CTC 47)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Moses Amokachi by Technical Submission in 3:20 of Round 3 (CTC 62)

 

 

 

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4. Moses Amokochi (August 2003-November 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Teddy Glossop by Technical Submission in 3:20 of Round 3 (CTC 62)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Kiyomori Sanda by TKO (Strikes) in 0:45 of Round 1 (CTC 69)

 

 

 

 

CTC Heavyweight Championship (206-265 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 76% (+5% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Mason Archer

 

MMA Record: 28-7/CTC Record: 6-1

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Hassan Fezzik by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 66)

 

No Defences

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Mason Archer (June 2002-July 2002)

 

Won Title

 

def. Tim Boyer by TKO (Strikes) in 9:14 of Round 1 (CTC 13)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost To Hanif Hussain by TKO (Strikes) at 4:02 of Round 1 (CTC 17)

 

 

 

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2. Hanif Hussain (July 2002-June 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Mason Archer by TKO (Strikes) in 4:02 of Round 1 (CTC 17)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Hassan Fezzik by Submission (Armbar) in 3:35 of Round 1 (CTC 53)

 

 

 

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3. Hassan Fezzik (June 2003-October 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Hanif Hussain by Submission (Armbar) in 3:35 of Round 1 (CTC 53)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Mason Archer by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 66)

 

 

 

CTC Light Heavyweight Championship (186-205 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 82% (+7% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Niko Soldo

 

MMA Record:25-3-1/CTC Record: 6-1

 

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Gustavo Spagnol by TKO (Strikes) in 1:21 of Round 1 (CTC 45)

 

2 Defences

 

def. Toby Sorkin by TKO (Strikes) in 2:28 of Round 1 (CTC 61)

 

def. Zvonimir Asanovic by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 71)

 

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Nicolai Mickiewicz (October 2002-November 2002)

 

Won Title

 

def. Mike Watson by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 27)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Gustavo Spagnol by Split Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 33)

 

 

 

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2. Gustavo Spagnol (November 2002-March 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Nicolai Mickiewicz by Split Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 33)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Niko Soldo by TKO (Strikes) in 1:21 of Round 1 (CTC 45)

 

 

 

CTC Middleweight Championship (171-185 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 84% (+6% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Petey Mack

 

MMA Record: 19-6/CTC Record:8-1

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. JJ Reid by TKO (Strikes) in 0:57 of Round 1 (CTC 57)

 

1 Defence

 

def. Tadao Miyazaki by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 72)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

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1. JJ Reid (June 2002-July 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Petey Mack by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:59 of Round 2 (CTC 14)

 

2 Defences

 

def. Gavin Marshall by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 1:41 of Round 1 (CTC 14)

 

def. Thomas Smith by Submission (Omoplata) in 9:14 of Round 3 (CTC 44)

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Petey Mack by TKO (Strikes) in 0:57 of Round 1 (CTC 57)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CTC Welterweight Championship (156-170 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 84% (+5% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Bobby Brubaker

 

MMA Record: 22-4/CTC Record: 7-0

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Evan Gardner by Knock Out (Kick) in 1:55 of Round 2 (CTC 30)

 

3 Defences

 

def. Jonathan Huang by Knock Out (Punch) in 1:30 of Round 1 (CTC 38)

 

def. Josh Aldarisio by Knock Out (Punch) in 4:46 of Round 4 (CTC 49)

 

def. Rufus Stephens by TKO (Body Kick) in 1:17 of Round 1 (CTC 65)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

CTC Lightweight Championship (146-155 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 73% (+6% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Naizen Hamacho

 

MMA Record: 19-2/CTC Record: 5-1

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Benny Danare by TKO (Strikes) in 1:14 of Round 2 (CTC 63)

 

No Defences

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Manoel Cabral (August 2002-May 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Bruce Steven by TKO (Strikes) in 0:56 of Round 1 (CTC 22)

 

2 Defences

 

def. Jazz Snide by Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of Round 6 (CTC 27)

 

def. Naizen Hamacho by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 8:13 of Round 2 (CTC 41)

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Benny Danare by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:53 of Round 4 (CTC 52)

 

 

 

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2. Benny Danare (May 2003-September 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Manoel Cabral by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:53 of Round 4 (CTC 52)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Naizen Hamacho by TKO (Strikes) in 1:14 of Round 2 (CTC 63)

 

 

 

 

CTC Featherweight Championship (136-145 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 75% (+0% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Colm Dee

 

MMA Record: 19-5-1NC/CTC Record: 3-0-1NC

 

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Lamont Banner by Knock Out (Punch) in 1:24 of Round 2 (CTC 60)

 

No Defences

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Lamont Banner (October 2002-July 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Philip Ziskie by TKO (Strikes) in 4:19 of Round 1 (CTC 29)

 

2 Defences

 

def. Ward Maloprop by TKO (Strikes) in 4:39 of Round 1 (CTC 37)

 

def. Li-Kong Ho by TKO in 4:19 of Round 1 (CTC 46)

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Colm Dee by Knock Out (Punch) in 1:24 of Round 2 (CTC 60)

 

 

 

 

 

CTC Bantamweight Championship (126-135 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 71% (+4% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Kanji Togo

 

MMA Record: 25-6 /CTC Record: 5-0

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Brian Claremont by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:36 of Round 1 (CTC 56)

 

1 Defence

 

def. Riveron Potter-Pirbright by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:40 of Round 1 (CTC: Way of the Warrior Season 2 Finale)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

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1. Ollie Rockmetteller (June 2002-January 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Brian Claremont by TKO (Strikes) in 8:20 of Round 1 (CTC 13)

 

1 Defence

 

def. Markus Waller by Knock Out (Kick) in 8:30 of Round 1 (CTC 23)

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Brian Claremont by TKO (Strikes) in 1:56 of Round 2 (CTC 40)

 

 

 

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2. Brian Claremont (January 2003-June 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Ollie Rockmetteller by TKO (Strikes) in 1:56 of Round 2 (CTC 40)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Kanji Togo by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:36 of Round 1 (CTC 56)

 

 

 

 

CTC Womens Lightweight Champion (146-155 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 55% (+1% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Idina Micklewhite

 

MMA Record: 11-1/CTC Record: 8-1

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Haley Croft by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 8:51 of Round 3 (CTC 43)

 

2 Defences

 

def. Catherine Newmar by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:48 of Round 3 (CTC 58)

 

def. Haley Croft by TKO (Strikes) in 4:44 of Round 4 (CTC 70)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

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1. Haley Croft (November 2002-February 2003)

 

Won Title

 

def. Alisha Wood by TKO (Strikes) in 3:36 of Round 1 (CTC 32)

 

No Defences

 

Lost Title

 

Lost to Idina Micklewhite by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 8:51 of Round 3 (CTC 43)

 

 

 

CTC Womens Featherweight Championship (136-145 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 74% (+4% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Hope Lehane

 

MMA Record: 16-0/CTC Record: 7-0

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Hanako Shimizu by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:02 of Round 1 (CTC 14)

 

4 Defences

 

def. Rosamaria Correa by Submission (D'Arce Choke) in 1:49 of Round 1 (CTC 18)

 

def. Alyson Arroway by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:32 of Round 1 (CTC 42)

 

def. Regina de Avila by Submission (Triangle With Armbar) in 5:13 of Round 3 (CTC 55)

 

def. Hanako Shimizu by Submission (Armbar) in 2:12 of Round 1 (CTC 67)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

 

CTC Womens Bantamweight Championship (126-135 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 77% (+5% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Pamela O'Neill

 

MMA Record: 20-1/CTC Record: 7-0

 

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Sarah Vaughan by TKO (Strikes) in 9:36 of Round 1 (CTC 28)

 

3 Defences

 

def. Sayoko Ebisawa by TKO (Strikes) in 8:39 of Round 1 (CTC 35)

 

def. Leona Deschanel by Knock Out (Punch) in 4:08 of Round 2 (CTC 48)

 

def. Sayoko Ebisawa by Knock Out (Punch) in 0:41 of Round 3 (CTC 64)

 

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

CTC Womens Flyweight Championship (116-125 LBS)

 

Belt Prestige: 76% (+6% Last Fight)

 

 

 

Current Champion

 

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Sandy Oliver

 

MMA Record: 19-0/CTC Record: 7-0

 

 

 

Won Title

 

def. Rennaya Rives by Submission (Kimura) in 3:56 of Round 1 (CTC 11)

 

4 Defences

 

def. Steph Smith by Submission (Kimura) in 6:05 of Round 2 (CTC 16)

 

def. Rennaya Rives by Submission (Kimura) in 2:12 of Round 1 (CTC 39)

 

def. Steph Smith by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 5:08 of Round 6 (CTC 54)

 

def. Manami Ken by Submission (Armbar) in 9:54 of Round 3 (CTC 59)

 

 

 

Past Champions

 

 

 

 

 

Canadian Tournament Combat Tournament Champions

 

 

 

Season 1

 

Lightweight Championship: Manoel Cabral (def. Nicholas Bretton (SUB-1), Chad Zoff (SUB-3), Bruce Steven (TKO-1)

Lightweight: Jazz Snide (def. Nik Minear (KO-3), Timmy Dukes (UD), Robbie Lynn (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Loss to Manoel Cabral (UD)

 

Womens Flyweight Championship: Sandy Oliver (def. Natasha Mellow (SUB-1), Kochiyo Chikamatsu (SUB-1), Rennaya Rives (SUB-1))

Womens Flyweight: Steph Smith (def. Toni Dietrich (SUB-1), Trish Biel (TKO-1), Leslie Myers (UD)

Title Challenge Result: Loss to Sandy Oliver (SUB-2)

 

Bantamweight Championship: Ollie Rockmetteller (def. Apolonio Redondo Jr. (UD), Shoin Chiba (TKO-1), Brian Claremont (TKO-1))

Bantamweight: Markus Waller (def. Kawin Kayem (SUB-1), Ashihei Bando (SUB-1), Lito Alcala (SUB-3))

Title Challenge Result: Loss To Ollie Rockmetteller (KO-1)

 

Heavyweight Championship: Mason Archer (def. Sylvester Collins (TKO-1), Norman Pike (UD), Tim Boyer (TKO-1))

Heavyweight: Hanif Hussain (def. Damien Jones (UD), Guy Broom (KO-1), Nate MacReary (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Mason Archer (TKO-1)

 

Womens Featherweight Championship: Hope Lehane (def. Eiko Shiokawa (SUB-2), Piper Evergood (SUB-1), Hanako Shimizu (SUB-1))

Womens Featherweight: Rosamaria Correa (def. Ana Natalia Pinto (KO-1), Maricel Punya (UD), Vasya Kaczmarek (KO-1)

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Hope Lehane (SUB-1)

 

Middleweight Championship: JJ Reid (def. Owen Hyde (SUB-1), Bill Brown (SUB-1), Petey Mack (SUB-2))

Middleweight: Gavin Marshall (def. Moe Muschin (TKO-3), Reed Howlett (SUB-1), Wederson de Oliveira (KO-3)

Title Challenge Result: Lost to JJ Reid (SUB-1)

 

 

 

Season 2

 

Light Heavyweight Championship: Nicolai Mickiewicz (Entrance: Alternate for Anthony LeToussier (Hiatus), def. Jericho Stewart (SUB-2), Mike Watson (UD))

Light Heavyweight: Gustavo Spagnol (def. Ryuji Ganaha (UD), Hyun-Shik Lim (UD), Joshua Hope (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Nicolai Mickiewicz (SD)

 

Womens Lightweight Championship: Haley Croft (def. Verona Joseph (KO-3), Tabitha Cameron (TKO-1), Wins By Bye due to Veronika Sablikova's Retirement. No Title Awarded. Will face winner of the Tournament for the Title.)

Womens Lightweight: Alisha Wood (def. Lynda Epsom (SUB-1), Catherine Newmar (SUB-1), Verona Joseph (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Lost To Haley Croft (TKO-1)

 

Super Heavyweight Championship: Den Bickersteth (def. Seb Morehead (KO-1), Sebastian Cyr (TKO-1), Dwight Witherspoon (KO-1))

Super Heavyweight: Matas Fialkowska (def. Joe Snettisham (TKO-1), Hans Gorner (SUB-2), Zydrunas Sigauskas (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Den Bickersteth (KO-5)

 

Featherweight Championship: Lamont Banner (def. Luiz Machado (KO-1), Sammy Gaffigan (KO-1), Philip Ziskie (TKO-1))

Featherweight: Ward Maloprop (def. Wallace Everett (TKO-1), Chauncey Morin (UD), Easton Frye (TKO-2))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Lamont Banner (TKO-1)

 

Womens Bantamweight Championship: Pamela O'Neill (def. Michelle Addams (SUB-1), Samantha Sachs (KO-4), Sarah Vaughan (TKO-1))

Womens Bantamweight: Sayoko Ebisawa (Alternate for Marion Reynolds, def. Ruth Becker (SUB-1), Gianna Russo (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Pamela O'Neill (TKO-1)

 

Welterweight Championship: Bobby Brubaker (def. Procopio Golias (TKO-1), Dana Delaney (TKO-1), Evan Gardner (KO-2))

Welterweight: Jonathan Huang (def. Vjekoslav Sarich (SUB-1), Maxime Giresse (SUB-1), Evan Pizzarro (SUB-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost To Bobby Brubaker (KO-1)

 

 

 

2002 Winter Series

 

Lightweight: Naizen Hamacho (def. Lukas Mellberg (TKO-2), Georges Nouri (KO-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Manoel Cabral (SUB-2)

 

Womens Flyweight: Rennaya Rives (def. Trish Biel (UD), April Watson (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Lost To Sandy Oliver (SUB-1)

 

Bantamweight: Brian Claremont (def. Zach Steggles (TKO-2), Sophan Sastrowardoya (TKO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Ollie Rockmetteller (TKO-2)

 

Heavyweight: Mason Archer (def. Mugur Boc (TKO-1), Aleksander Ivanov (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Hassan Fezzik (UD)

 

Womens Featherweight: Alyson Arroway (def. Eiko Shiokawa (TKO-1), Hanako Shimizu (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Hope Lehane (SUB-1)

 

Middleweight: Thomas Smith (def. Jaromir Grygera (SUB-2), Dexter Darling (SUB-2))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to JJ Reid (SUB-3)

 

Light Heavyweight: Niko Soldo (def. Pedro Sousa (TKO-1), Matti Kurri (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Gustavo Spagnol (TKO-1)

 

Womens Lightweight: Idina Micklewhite (def. Chelsea Lawson (TKO-1), Rachel McGuiness (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Win Title def. Haley Croft (SUB-3)

 

Super Heavyweight: Teddy Glossop (def. Irwin Middleton (TKO-1), Marty Sinnar (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Matas Fialkowska (TKO-1)

 

Featherweight: Li-Kong Ho (def. Snorri Gunnarsson (SUB-3), Masahiro Maeno (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Lamont Banner (TKO-1)

 

Womens Bantamweight: Leona Deschanel (def. Michelle Addams (SUB-3), Hanae Maehata (TKO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Pamela O'Neill (KO-2)

 

Welterweight: Josh Aldarisio (def. Kenneth Toadspew (SUB-3, Evgeni Medtner (SUB-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Bobby Brubaker (KO-4)

 

 

 

Season 3

 

Lightweight: Benny Danare (def. Darren Southall (SUB-1), Chakrit Mamanee (SUB-1), Tim Oldacres (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Manoel Cabral (SUB-4)

 

Womens Flyweight: Steph Smith (def. Andrea Jones (SUB-1), Honey Due (SUB-1), Jessica Herbig (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Sandy Oliver (SUB-6)

 

Bantamweight: Kanji Togo (def. Aubrey Bassington-Bassington (SUB-1), Supachai Thamsatchanan (UD), Markus Waller (SUB-2))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Brian Claremont (SUB-1)

 

Heavyweight: Hassan Fezzik (def. Tim Boyer (SUB-1), Chuck Dooley (SUB-1), Souleymane Ya Konan (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Hanif Hussain (SUB-1)

 

Womens Featherweight: Regina de Avila (def. Annika Sjolin (SUB-1), Kelly Andrews (SUB-3), Janey McDwyre (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost To Hope Lehane (SUB-3)

 

Middleweight: Petey Mack (def. Tora Mizwar (SUB-2), Ashley Ballard (SUB-2), Bambang Sriyanto (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. JJ Reid (TKO-1)

 

 

 

2003 Spring Series

 

Light Heavyweight: Toby Sorkin (def. Affonso Villar (SUB-2), Nicolai Mickiewicz (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Niko Soldi (TKO-1)

 

Womens Lightweight: Catherine Newmar (def. Laura Adair (TKO-1), Alisha Wood (KO-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Idina Micklewhite (SUB-3)

 

Super Heavyweight: Moses Amokachi (def. John-James McInleen (TKO-1), Wally Bryant (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Teddy Glossop (SUB-3)

 

Featherweight: Colm Dee (def. Lars Bohlin (KO-1), Masahiro Maeno (KO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Lamont Banner (KO-2)

 

Womens Bantamweight: Sayoko Ebisawa (def. Hanae Maehata (SUB-2), Mizuki Watanabe (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost To Pamela O'Neill (KO-3)

 

Welterweight: Rufus Stephens (def. Jens Halle (UD), Evgeni Medtner (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Bobby Brubaker (TKO-1)

 

Lightweight: Naizen Hamacho (def. Georges Nouri (UD), Sean Morrison (UD))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Benny Danare (TKO-2)

 

Womens Flyweight: Manami Ken (def. Joan Whitehouse (SUB-1), Natalie Rogers (SUB-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Sandy Oliver (SUB-3)

 

Bantamweight: Riveron Potter-Pirbright (def. Newton Reis (UD), Willy Bassett (TKO-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Kanji Togo (SUB-1)

 

Heavyweight: Aleksander Ivanov (def. Tim Boyer (SUB-1), Christopher Drew (SUB-2))

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Womens Featherweight: Hanako Shimizu (def. Lynda Epsom (UD), Rosamaria Correa (KO-3))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Hope Lehane (SUB-1)

 

Middleweight: Tadao Miyazaki (def. Stuart Strange (TKO-2), Osmosis Benn (TKO-2))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Petey Mack (UD)

 

 

 

Season 4

 

Light Heavyweight: Zvonimir Asanovic (def. Affonso Villar (KO-1), Jiroemon Hasegawa (TKO-1), Rafael Van Der Moot (TKO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Niko Soldo (UD)

 

Womens Lightweight: Haley Croft (def. Verona Joseph (TKO-1), Chelsea Lawson (TKO-1), Tabitha Cameron (KO-2))

Title Challenge Result: Lost to Idina Micklewhite (TKO-4)

 

Super Heavyweight: Kiyomori Sanda (def. Kel Ryan (SUB-1), Koryusai Tamura (SUB-1), Ali Shivari (TKO-1))

Title Challenge Result: Won Title def. Moses Amokachi (TKO-1)

 

Featherweight: Tomohiro Takeuchi (def. Li-Kong Ho (UD), Nuno Valentino (UD), Kenji Akita (SD))

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Womens Bantamweight: Gianna Russo (def. Suzanne Elder (TKO-1), Emma Birch (SUB-1), Taniko Uchiyama (TKO-2))

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Welterweight: Fukusaburu Hirano (def. Nathan Chambers (UD), Noach Van Der Capellen (UD), Evan Gardner (KO-2))

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Canadian Tournament Combat 1

 

Friday, Week 3, July 2002

 

 

 

MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final: Bruce Steven (20-9) vs. Duane Weatherly (18-10)

 

A submission fighter, Bruce Steven is one of the most dangerous Lightweight on the ground in the world, but is sometimes let down by his glass jaw. He had a two fight win streak broken when he lost a Unanimous Decision to Helio at GAMMA Clash of the Titans 2 Finals in October. Duane Weatherly is a veteran kick boxer, with a sub standard ground game. His last two fights were both decision losses in XCC Lightweight Title Fights, in April and July of last year, that were both decision losses.

 

 

 

CO-MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final: Benny Danare (11-3) vs. Lazaro Campos (8-0)

 

Benny Danare is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter, known for his use of rubber guard. He is a highly ranked Lightweight, but has a habit of losing the big fight, like when he was knocked out in just 1:47 by Sean Morrison in their Lightweight Title Fight at GAMMA 25 in 1998. He is coming off a submission victory over Seth O'Breen at GAMMA 47 in September. An excellent striker, with great cardio Lazaro Campos has been lighting up the local scene with 8 consecutive victories. This will be his first chance in the big time.

 

 

 

MAIN CARD

 

 

 

CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final: Chad Zoff (7-0) vs. Corey Brewer (9-4)

 

Chad Zoff has been making quite the impression on the Canadian Regional scene, winning 7 fights in a row. A jack of all trades, he is trained in all aspects of MMA, but isn't incredibly great at any of them. It remains to be seen whether this will lead to a good career. Corey Brewer is a kickboxer, with some decent striking, but not much else. A gatekeeper in the XCC's Lightweight Division, he is coming off a Split Decision victory over Avery Gleason in June.

 

 

 

CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final: Manoel Cabral (6-1) vs. Nicholas Bretton (14-7)

 

Manoel Cabral is a dangerous Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, who, after lighting up the local scene, finally got his shot in a promotion just before FLB closed it's gates, and lost a Unanimous Decision to Branco. Nicholas Bretton is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, who loves to use armbars as his weapon of choice. He has decent striking, though without finishing power. He struggled with the step up when he went to GAMMA, and is coming off a Unanimous Decision loss to Truck Gleason at GAMMA 46.

 

 

 

CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament Quarter-Final: Jazz Snide (3-0) vs. Nik Minear (12-5)

 

Jazz Snide is a young up and comer, trained in all aspects of MMA, but is known more for his trash talking and trouble causing, unfortunately, then for the great potential that he possesses. Nik Minear is a veteran of the Canadian Regional scene, known for his ability to smother fighters, and win decisions, he possesses almost no finishing threat.

 

 

 

CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament Quarter-Final: Timmy Dukes (7-0) vs. Urlington Rogers (10-6)

 

Timmy Dukes is a kickboxer from Australia, who is known for his exceptional cardio, as much as for his devestating strikes. Urlington Rogers is a veteran of the Canadian Regional Scene, a skilled wrestler, he doesn't have much finishing threat that would help him deal with skilled mixed martial artists.

 

 

 

CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament Quarter-Final: Robbie Lynn (4-0) vs. Roy Arnett (6-3)

 

Robbie Lynn is a great kickboxer, known for his devastating strikes, but has massive holes in his ground game that will hold him back if not addressed in training. Roy Arnett is a kickboxer, and can stand and bang with no problem, but has no ground game to speak of.

 

 

 

CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament Quarter-Final: Jeffrey Foxworthy (6-1) vs. Owen Oggleberry-Pipp (5-3)

 

Jeffrey Foxworthy is a skilled wrestler with some finishing threat on the ground, but while he has had decent Regional Scene performances, there is some doubt as to whether he has what it takes to make it to the top levels. Owen Oggleberry-Pipp is a Canadian striker, with no ground game to speak of, who has been inconsistent, even on the regional scene.

 

 

PRELIMINARY CARD

 

 

 

Super-Heavyweight Bout: Tommy Cowan (0-0) vs. Pete Windsor (1-2)

 

Tommy Cowan is a Scotsman, known for competing in strongman, and grappling contests. He knows his way around the ground game, and has a lot of natural athleticism, and heart. Pete Windsor is a huge Taekwondo specialist, who had no prior MMA experience before being thrown in the deep end in GAMMA. He is coming off two 1st Round losses to Irwin Middleton, and Yan Hasluck in GAMMA.

 

 

 

Featherweight Bout: Kodaira Mikio (0-0) vs. Chan Siu-wei (0-0)

 

Kodaira Mikio is known for his devastating array of strikes, and the all out attacking style he employs with it, overwhelming opponents with sheer volume. Chan Siu-Wei is a wrestler, who enjoys getting opponents in the clinch, and wearing them down with dirty boxing, and knee strikes.

 

 

 

Womens Bantamweight Bout: Honor O'Neill (0-0) vs. Tammy Westenra (7-6)

 

Honor O'Neill is a relatively unknown comodity at the moment. A trained wrestler, her training partners speak highly of her work ethic. Tammy Westenra is a WEFF veteran, though she has had a tough time keeping up with the level of competition. She is a decent striker, but her cardio lets her down. She is coming off a first round submission loss to Grace Hughes at WEFF 25.

 

 

 

Super Heavyweight Bout: Sebastian Cyr (0-0) vs. Vinnie MacEntyre (3-3)

 

Sebastian Cyr is a dangerous Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, with an excellent ground game. He doesn't have great striking, but has naturally heavy hands, capable of knocking people out if he catches them. Vinnie MacEntyre is an enormous fighter, who likes to stand and bang, and has heavy hands. He is coming off two Unanimous Decision losses to Jutaro Honma, and Charlie Howerd in ALPHA-1.

 

 

 

Tournament Brackets

 

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Canadian Tournament Combat 1 Full Fight Card

 

LW Title QF: Bruce Steven vs Duane Weatherley

LW Title QF: Benny Danare vs Lazaro Campos

LW Title QF: Chad Zoff vs Corey Brewer

LW Title QF: Manoel Cabral vs Nicholas Bretton

LW QF: Jazz Snide vs Nik Minear

LW QF: Timmy Dukes vs Urlington Rogers

LW QF: Robbie Lynn vs Roy Arnett

LW QF: Jeffrey Foxworthy vs. Owen Oggleberry-Pipp

 

SHW: Tommy Cowan vs Pete Windsor

FW: Kodaira Mikio vs Chan Siu-wei

WBW: Honor O'Neill vs Tammy Westenra

SHW: Sebastian Cyr vs Vinnie MacEntyre

 

 

 

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Friday, Week 3, January 2002

 

 

 

Live from Toronto, Ontario

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY CARD

 

 

 

Streamed Live on CTCombat.ca

 

 

 

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

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Sebastian Cyr (0-0) vs Vinnie MacEntyre (3-3)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We open the prelims with Sebastian Cyr fighting Vinnie 'Biggie V' MacEntyre.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Reginald Wodehouse, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) Cyr misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:21) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.

(Rd 1 - 08:57) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:57) Cyr misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. MacEntyre attacks with a quick left jab and a right hook that is ducked.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) MacEntyre throws a one-two, but Cyr was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 08:16) Seizing the opportunity, Cyr clinches.

(Rd 1 - 08:08) Cyr attempts a trip to put MacEntyre on the ground.

(Rd 1 - 08:08) An outside leg trip sweeps MacEntyre down to the ground where he is left on his back under side control!

(Rd 1 - 07:54) Cyr looks to get a mount.

(Rd 1 - 07:54) He can't get the mount as MacEntyre rolls away to stop it, but does take his back instead.

(Rd 1 - 07:16) Cyr pounds away and MacEntyre is in serious trouble!

(Rd 1 - 07:01) Cyr fires away and MacEntyre is eating powerful shot after powerful shot!

(Rd 1 - 07:01) Referee Kenneth Capote pulls Cyr away, stopping the fight!

(Rd 1 - 06:47) Sebastian Cyr takes the win by TKO!

 

 

Official Result: Sebastian Cyr defeats Vinnie 'Biggie V' MacEntyre (TKO (Strikes) in 3:13 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

WOMENS BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT

 

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Honor O'Neill (0-0) vs. Tammy Westenra (7-6)

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Honor 'Glory' O'Neill going up against Tammy 'Bam Bam' Westenra.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Stanley Wright.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Edward Wilde, Marianne Froth, and Johnny Beerbohm.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's a roar from the crowd as O'Neill enters, she is from around here.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:52) Westenra comes in with a flurry of four quick punches, landing two of them, and then hits O'Neill with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) O'Neill comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Westenra cannot stop the takedown, O'Neill drove in with too much power.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Westenra winds up seated, her back to the cage, with O'Neill pressing onto her.

(Rd 1 - 09:07) Not liking her options, O'Neill looks to get a better position over Westenra.

(Rd 1 - 09:07) O'Neill shows her ground skills and gets full mount!

(Rd 1 - 08:34) O'Neill fires away with punches but only a few actually find their way through.

(Rd 1 - 08:14) O'Neill pounds away with rights and Westenra is eating some heavy shots!

(Rd 1 - 07:55) O'Neill pounds away with rights and Westenra is eating some heavy shots!

(Rd 1 - 07:41) O'Neill fires away with punches, but Westenra doesn't take any undue damage.

(Rd 1 - 07:29) Westenra tries to move O'Neill enough to get half guard, but can't get enough space.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) O'Neill pounds away with right hands and Westenra is in big trouble!

(Rd 1 - 07:15) Referee Stanley Wright stops the fight!

(Rd 1 - 07:04) The winner, by TKO; Honor O'Neill!

 

 

Official Result: Honor 'Glory' O'Neill defeats Tammy 'Bam Bam' Westenra (TKO (Strikes) in 2:56 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

FEATHERWEIGHT BOUT

 

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Kodaira Mikio (0-0) vs. Chan Siu-wei (0-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which 'Pain Demon' Kodaira Mikio takes on Chan Siu-wei.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Stanley Wright will be the referee.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Edward Wilde, Marianne Froth, and Johnny Beerbohm.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:51) Siu-wei looked like he was going to shoot, but Mikio simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross that landed hard.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Siu-wei isn't rushing in, worried about potentially getting hit if he gets close enough to grapple.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Mikio can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) Siu-wei looks like he wants to shoot but is clearly wary of his opponent's striking.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) Mikio lands a jab and then hits Siu-wei with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) Siu-wei looks to have been cut under his eye.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) Mikio lands a jab and then hits Siu-wei with a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 08:28) Mikio comes in looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:28) A pair of tentative jabs from Siu-wei land, but have zero effect.

(Rd 1 - 08:28) A jab hits home from Mikio and then he hits a nice straight right that lands hard.

(Rd 1 - 08:06) Siu-wei keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.

(Rd 1 - 08:06) Mikio hits a left hand, but the following leg kick misses.

(Rd 1 - 07:41) Mikio lands a left jab, but Siu-wei dodges the roundhouse body kick that comes next.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) Siu-wei keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and shoot on Mikio.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) A combo that ends with a head kick attempt fails to land for Mikio.

(Rd 1 - 07:02) Siu-wei seizes the chance and shoots in on Mikio.

(Rd 1 - 06:52) Siu-wei couldn't complete the single leg, but does end up standing holding a leg while Mikio hops in place on the other.

(Rd 1 - 06:52) Unable to complete the takedown, Siu-wei instead pushes Mikio up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:36) Siu-wei pins Mikio up against the cage and hits a couple of nice right hands to the side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 06:22) Siu-wei pins Mikio up against the cage and hits a couple of nice right hands to the side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) Mikio is trapped up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) The next minute becomes a stalemate as neither fighter risks leaving a crucial opening that the other can exploit.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) With Siu-wei bleeding, referee Stanley Wright pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) The doctor checks the cut, but seems happy that it does not present too much of a problem.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) Referee Stanley Wright brings them to the center and we're back underway!

(Rd 1 - 04:55) We go past the halfway point of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:55) Mikio lands a left hand and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 04:28) Siu-wei moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt his opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening for a takedown attempt.

(Rd 1 - 04:28) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 04:17) Mikio throws a punch but Siu-wei avoids it.

(Rd 1 - 04:12) Seizing the opportunity, Siu-wei clinches.

(Rd 1 - 04:02) Siu-wei tries to wrestle Mikio backward and up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 04:02) Siu-wei does it, Mikio is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 03:44) Using tight body-to-body control, Siu-wei is slowly wearing Mikio down by pressing him up against the cage and leaning all of his weight on him.

(Rd 1 - 03:44) They remain up against the cage for the next minute, posturing and throwing occasional short-range punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 02:37) Mikio is trapped against the cage and Siu-wei punishes him with some dirty boxing.

(Rd 1 - 02:25) Mikio is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.

(Rd 1 - 02:10) Mikio is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.

(Rd 1 - 01:50) The referee thinks there has been too little progress, and brings the two fighters back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 01:43) Siu-wei chooses to shoot in on Mikio.

(Rd 1 - 01:43) Siu-wei gets hold of a leg but Mikio remains standing, hopping on the other foot.

(Rd 1 - 01:43) Siu-wei drives Mikio up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 01:31) Showing his ability to grind down opponents, Siu-wei is keeping Mikio pressed up tightly against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 01:31) The next sixty seconds or so sees them doing very little other than throwing occasional short punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 00:34) Mikio is trapped against the cage and Siu-wei hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 1 - 00:18) Showing good control, Siu-wei keeps Mikio stuck against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:18) Siu-wei and Mikio remain up against the cage for the remainder of the round, doing little other than throwing occasional short punches.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The time runs out on round one.

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Mikio confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Mikio lands a jab and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 2 - 09:29) Moving around, Siu-wei is looking for an opening to grapple without getting hit coming in.

(Rd 2 - 09:29) Mikio connects with a jab, but Siu-wei evades a big right punch.

(Rd 2 - 09:19) Mikio rolls his shoulders to relieve a little of the tension that has built up, then moves forward.

(Rd 2 - 09:10) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then hits Siu-wei with a straight right.

(Rd 2 - 08:50) Siu-wei moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt his opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening to start grappling.

(Rd 2 - 08:50) Mikio hits a left hand, but then can't connect with a head kick.

(Rd 2 - 08:34) Taking a few gulps of breath, Mikio is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch.

(Rd 2 - 08:27) Siu-wei, backing off, hits a weak left hand.

(Rd 2 - 08:27) Mikio lands a left hand and then hits Siu-wei with a straight right.

(Rd 2 - 08:03) Siu-wei scores with two weak, flicked left hand jabs.

(Rd 2 - 08:03) A jab hits home from Mikio and then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 07:37) Siu-wei lands a weak, tentative jab.

(Rd 2 - 07:37) Mikio lands a left hand and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 07:15) Mikio connects with a nice jab and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 06:55) Mikio hits a left jab and then lands a roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 06:34) Mikio uses a left jab, but finds nothing but air with a big right.

(Rd 2 - 06:15) Mikio hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 05:55) Siu-wei lands a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 05:55) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then hits Siu-wei with a body kick.

(Rd 2 - 05:34) Mikio looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.

(Rd 2 - 05:34) Mikio lands a jab and then lands a right hand.

(Rd 2 - 05:07) Mikio hits a left jab and then hits Siu-wei with a body kick.

(Rd 2 - 04:52) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.

(Rd 2 - 04:42) Mikio comes in looking to strike.

(Rd 2 - 04:42) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 04:17) A jab hits home from Mikio and then he hits a high right kick to the side of the head.

(Rd 2 - 04:17) The gash under the eye of Siu-wei has been re-opened by a strike.

(Rd 2 - 03:47) Circling warily, Siu-wei is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 2 - 03:47) Mikio hits a left jab and then catches Siu-wei with a right roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 03:25) A jab hits home from Mikio and then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 02:57) Mikio lands a jab and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 02:47) A little fatigue may be creeping in, Mikio is starting to move noticeably more slowly now.

(Rd 2 - 02:40) Mikio lands a left hand and then hits Siu-wei with a body kick.

(Rd 2 - 02:20) Mikio closes the distance, obviously looking to strike.

(Rd 2 - 02:20) Mikio can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a big right hand.

(Rd 2 - 02:00) Mikio looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.

(Rd 2 - 02:00) Siu-wei hits two quick jabs, but they had no power at all behind them.

(Rd 2 - 02:00) Mikio throws a one-two, but Siu-wei was equal to it.

(Rd 2 - 01:36) Siu-wei appeared to be going for a takedown, but Mikio took the initiative first.

(Rd 2 - 01:36) Mikio can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then catches Siu-wei with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 2 - 01:22) Mikio closes in on Siu-wei, looking to unleash some strikes.

(Rd 2 - 01:22) Mikio throws a punch but Siu-wei avoids it.

(Rd 2 - 01:16) The clock is stopped as referee Stanley Wright wants to check the cut on Siu-wei.

(Rd 2 - 01:16) The ringside doctor gives the wound a look, but quickly signals that it is not going to be a problem.

(Rd 2 - 01:16) We're back underway!

(Rd 2 - 01:10) Circling warily, Siu-wei is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 2 - 01:10) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then hits Siu-wei with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 01:03) Mikio looks very tired out there.

(Rd 2 - 00:48) A jab hits home from Mikio and then he hits Siu-wei with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 00:30) Siu-wei clearly respects his opponent's striking as he is very wary about getting close enough to grapple.

(Rd 2 - 00:30) Mikio can't hit a set-up left jab, but then hits Siu-wei with a body kick.

(Rd 2 - 00:02) Mikio hits a left jab and then hits Siu-wei with a straight right.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round two.

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) Our last round, round three, begins!

(Rd 3 - 09:47) Mikio lands a jab and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 3 - 09:24) Circling, Siu-wei clearly wants to get close enough to grapple but is wary about getting hit.

(Rd 3 - 09:24) Mikio connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 3 - 08:55) Siu-wei comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 08:55) The takedown is successful, Mikio pulls guard.

(Rd 3 - 08:41) Siu-wei pounds away, but Mikio calmly deals with them.

(Rd 3 - 08:22) Mikio tries to catch Siu-wei with a punch, but it is not on target.

(Rd 3 - 08:04) Time slips away as Siu-wei successfully keeps Mikio stuck against the ground.

(Rd 3 - 07:29) Siu-wei unloads with some right hands, but Mikio deals with them comfortably.

(Rd 3 - 07:13) Mikio throws out some punches, but Siu-wei leans back to avoid them.

(Rd 3 - 06:58) Mikio is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Siu-wei off of him.

(Rd 3 - 06:20) With no progress being made, referee Stanley Wright brings the fighters back to their feet.

(Rd 3 - 06:15) Siu-wei comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 06:15) Siu-wei gets a single leg takedown! Mikio pulls guard off it.

(Rd 3 - 06:08) Siu-wei lies on top of Mikio, basically smothering him.

(Rd 3 - 05:34) Siu-wei fires off a few punches.

(Rd 3 - 05:13) Siu-wei deflects a couple of punches that Mikio threw from below.

(Rd 3 - 04:54) We go past the halfway point of this round.

(Rd 3 - 04:54) Siu-wei fires away with punches, but does little in the way of damage.

(Rd 3 - 04:40) Mikio throws out some punches, but Siu-wei leans back to avoid them.

(Rd 3 - 04:26) With no progress being made, referee Stanley Wright stands them back up.

(Rd 3 - 04:12) Siu-wei appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Mikio took the initiative first.

(Rd 3 - 04:12) Mikio lands a jab and then catches Siu-wei with a right hook.

(Rd 3 - 03:48) Mikio fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 3 - 03:33) A jab is wide from Mikio, but then he hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 3 - 03:19) A jab lands from Mikio, but Siu-wei catches the low kick that it set up!

(Rd 3 - 03:04) Seizing his chance, Siu-wei attempts a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 03:04) The takedown is completed, Mikio is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 3 - 03:04) Siu-wei has now completed three takedowns.

(Rd 3 - 02:54) The clock runs down as Mikio is being smothered against the ground by Siu-wei.

(Rd 3 - 02:31) Siu-wei starts trying to work to get past the guard.

(Rd 3 - 02:31) Mikio fights the attempt off, and they wind up scrambling for position.

(Rd 3 - 02:19) Siu-wei manages to come out on top with side control.

(Rd 3 - 01:59) In side control, Siu-wei catches his breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 3 - 01:43) Siu-wei throws a few right hands to the body.

(Rd 3 - 01:13) Looking to catch his breath, Siu-wei is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 3 - 00:45) Siu-wei throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.

(Rd 3 - 00:20) Siu-wei pounds away and Mikio is having serious difficulty surviving them!

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The judges have given their decisions, which are about to be announced.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges have given the victory to Mikio.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) So the winner, by unanimous decision, is 'Pain Demon' Kodaira Mikio!

 

 

Official Result: 'Pain Demon' Kodaira Mikio defeats Chan Siu-wei (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

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Tommy Cowan (0-0) vs Pete Windsor (1-2)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) In the last of the preliminary fights, Tommy Cowan takes on Peter 'Big Foot' Windsor in the CTC Super Heavyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Stanley Wright will be the referee.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Ian Rivers, Edward Wilde, and Marianne Froth.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Cowan is facing a major size disadvantage in this fight, he is probably giving up at least 20lbs. That may be decisive.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:53) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) Cowan slips past a right hook and counters with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:32) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:32) Cowan misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Windsor to attack with a left to the body.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.

(Rd 1 - 08:18) Windsor closes in on Cowan, looking to unleash some strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:18) Cowan may have been aiming to get in close, but Windsor aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 08:18) Windsor can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:01) Windsor uses a left jab, but Cowan evades a big right punch.

(Rd 1 - 07:50) Without taking too much damage, Cowan is able to clinch with Windsor.

(Rd 1 - 07:41) Cowan looks for a trip takedown.

(Rd 1 - 07:41) An excellent outside leg trip sees Windsor get thrown to the mat!

(Rd 1 - 07:41) Windsor gives up his back off the takedown.

(Rd 1 - 07:25) Cowan attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.

(Rd 1 - 07:25) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Cowan has Windsor flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 06:56) By submission, the winner is Tommy Cowan!

 

 

Official Result: Tommy Cowan defeats Peter 'Big Foot' Windsor (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:04 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

MAIN CARD

 

 

 

Broadcast Live on Tournament TV Around The World

 

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 LIGHTWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Jeffrey Foxworthy (6-1) vs. Owen Oggleberry-Pipp (5-3)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our first main fight is up next, in which Owen Oggleberry-Pipp competes against Jeffrey Foxworthy.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Marianne Froth, Johnny Beerbohm, and Reginald Wodehouse.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Both fighters get a good reaction during their entrances, they're both fighting in front of a hometown crowd.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) Foxworthy shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) He gets a big takedown and he ends up in half guard.

(Rd 1 - 09:40) Foxworthy begins trying to get his leg free of the half guard.

(Rd 1 - 09:40) He does excellently, getting into side control.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Foxworthy begins trying to get himself into a mount.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Oggleberry-Pipp rolls to the side to try and escape the mount but only succeeds in giving up his back instead.

(Rd 1 - 08:44) Foxworthy fires away with punches, and Oggleberry-Pipp is stung by several big shots.

(Rd 1 - 08:33) Foxworthy pounds away and Oggleberry-Pipp struggles to deal with them.

(Rd 1 - 08:16) Foxworthy tries to finish Oggleberry-Pipp off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 1 - 08:16) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Foxworthy has Oggleberry-Pipp flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 08:00) By submission, the winner is Jeffrey Foxworthy!

(Rd 1 - 08:00) Jeffrey Foxworthy moves into the semis of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Jeffrey Foxworthy defeats Owen Oggleberry-Pipp (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:00 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 LIGHTWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Robbie Lynn (4-0) vs. Roy Arnett (6-2)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which Roy 'Trigger' Arnett fights Robbie Lynn.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner will advance into the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Johnny Beerbohm, Reginald Wodehouse, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's a roar from the crowd as Arnett enters, he is from around here.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) Lynn slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a brace of jabs that are followed by a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:25) An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.

(Rd 1 - 09:06) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:06) Arnett misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Lynn comes in with a kick to the leg.

(Rd 1 - 08:40) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:40) Arnett misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Lynn comes in with a jab and a left hand that narrowly fails to connect.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) Arnett hits a left jab but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) Lynn is off-target with a jab but scores a glancing blow with a left head kick.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Arnett misses with a left jab but connects with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Lynn uses a right jab and also hits a kick to the leg.

(Rd 1 - 07:24) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:24) Arnett tries a high kick but is wide of the mark.

(Rd 1 - 07:24) Lynn misses with a pair of jabs and also misses with a head kick attempt.

(Rd 1 - 07:00) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) Arnett counters a left hand with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:03) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 06:03) Arnett is off target with a left jab but scores with a left kick to the body. Lynn scores with a jab but has a left hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 05:41) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:41) Lynn hits a jab but can't make contact on a right head kick.

(Rd 1 - 05:41) Arnett lands a left jab and also hits a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 05:25) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:25) Arnett checks a leg kick and counters with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) Arnett misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Lynn attacks with a quick head kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:19) Arnett staggers back and covers up, I think he's hurt!

(Rd 1 - 04:19) Lynn lands a left uppercut but did not get all of it, Arnett partially blocked it!

(Rd 1 - 04:12) Lynn goes under the guard and floors Arnett with a left uppercut!

(Rd 1 - 04:08) Lynn knows that this is a golden opportunity and quickly pounces on Arnett, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!

(Rd 1 - 04:08) Lynn pounds away, Arnett is barely able to offer any defence at all!

(Rd 1 - 04:08) With Arnett taking a beating, the referee has to stop the fight!

(Rd 1 - 03:57) Robbie Lynn takes the win by TKO!

(Rd 1 - 03:57) Into the semi finals of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament goes Robbie Lynn.

 

 

Official Result: Robbie Lynn defeats Roy 'Trigger' Arnett (TKO (Strikes) in 6:03 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 LIGHTWEIGHT TOURNMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Timmy Dukes (7-0) vs. Urlington Rogers (10-6)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which Timmy 'Pedigree' Dukes battles Urlington Rogers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Marianne Froth, Johnny Beerbohm, and Reginald Wodehouse.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Rogers, being in front of a home crowd, gets a loud cheer as he enters.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Dukes comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Rogers fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Dukes hits a couple of minor left hands, but Rogers avoids a big right.

(Rd 1 - 09:35) Circling, Rogers clearly wants to get close enough to grapple but is wary about getting hit.

(Rd 1 - 09:35) Dukes hits a left jab and then hits Rogers with a beauty of a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Moving forward constantly, Dukes is pressuring Rogers.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Rogers manages a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Dukes can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then he hits a crunching straight right to the jaw!

(Rd 1 - 09:23) He's down! Rogers falls to the floor!

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Without hesitation, Dukes goes to finish Rogers off with stomps and kicks!

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Dukes hits several vicious stomps and kicks, but Rogers incredibly weathers the storm!

(Rd 1 - 09:00) Dukes gets pulled down into guard.

(Rd 1 - 08:41) Dukes keeps tight to Rogers, peppering him with short strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:27) Rogers tries to get double underhooks on Dukes so that he can get some control, but can't get them.

(Rd 1 - 08:18) Wary of the submission threat of his opponent, Dukes keeps very tight to Rogers, peppering him with short strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:07) Rogers grabs Dukes and draws him in close, smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 07:33) Dukes keeps tight to Rogers, peppering him with short strikes.

(Rd 1 - 07:22) Rogers tries to sweep Dukes but doesn't get anywhere.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Perhaps wary of submissions, Dukes keeps extremely tight to Rogers and peppers him with short punches.

(Rd 1 - 06:55) Rogers applies double underhooks and keeps Dukes from launching any attacks.

(Rd 1 - 06:33) Perhaps wary of submissions, Dukes keeps extremely tight to Rogers and peppers him with short punches.

(Rd 1 - 06:15) Rogers tries to sweep Dukes but can't do it.

(Rd 1 - 06:01) Dukes throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.

(Rd 1 - 05:34) The lengthy period of stalemate results in the referee standing them both back up.

(Rd 1 - 05:28) Dukes comes forward.

(Rd 1 - 05:28) Rogers fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 05:28) Dukes can't hit a set-up left jab, but then he catches Rogers with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:10) Dukes connects with two left hands and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 04:57) We move into the second half of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:48) Dukes comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 04:48) Rogers throws a counter left but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 04:48) Dukes connects with two left hands and then he catches Rogers with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 1 - 04:24) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 04:06) Dukes attacks with strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:06) Rogers misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:06) Dukes lands a left hand and then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) Dukes comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) Rogers hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) Dukes lands a jab and then he hits a nice straight right that lands hard.

(Rd 1 - 03:45) Rogers backs off quickly, I think that last shot really shook him!

(Rd 1 - 03:45) Dukes lands a hard right hand, sending Rogers down to the canvas!

(Rd 1 - 03:34) Without hesitation, Dukes goes to finish Rogers off with stomps and kicks!

(Rd 1 - 03:34) Dukes hits several big stomps and kicks, but Rogers somehow hangs on!

(Rd 1 - 03:09) Rogers makes Dukes step back by throwing a vicious up-kick.

(Rd 1 - 02:53) On his back, Rogers watches as Dukes comes in looking to get a dominant ground position.

(Rd 1 - 02:53) Dukes almost sneaks around, but Rogers ultimately holds him in guard.

(Rd 1 - 02:40) Dukes punches down at Rogers, but they are easily taken on the gloves.

(Rd 1 - 02:20) Rogers applies double underhooks and keeps Dukes from launching any attacks.

(Rd 1 - 01:54) Clearly worried by the submission threat, Dukes keeps very tight to Rogers and peppers him with short strikes.

(Rd 1 - 01:38) Rogers applies double underhooks and keeps Dukes from launching any attacks.

(Rd 1 - 01:06) For the moment Dukes is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 00:46) Dukes doesn't allow Rogers to lock him up with double underhooks.

(Rd 1 - 00:39) Not giving his opponent any room to work, Dukes keeps close body-to-body contact while throwing short strikes to the head and body.

(Rd 1 - 00:24) Rogers grabs Dukes and draws him in close, smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round one.

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) We are back underway!

(Rd 2 - 09:52) Rogers shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 2 - 09:52) Dukes sprawls brilliantly, then viciously blasts the helpless Rogers with a knee strike!

(Rd 2 - 09:52) Rogers took that right to the jaw, he lands in a heap on the canvas, totally knocked out!

(Rd 2 - 09:52) By knock out, the winner is Timmy Dukes!

(Rd 2 - 09:52) Timmy Dukes books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Timmy 'Pedigree' Dukes defeats Urlington Rogers (Knock Out (Knee) in 0:08 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 LIGHTWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Jazz Snide (3-0) vs. Nik Minear (12-5)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Jazz 'The Lionheart' Snide fighting Nik 'The Minotaur' Minear.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner will advance into the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Stanley Wright.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Johnny Beerbohm, Reginald Wodehouse, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Minear gets a good reaction from the fans as he enters the arena, he's fighting in front of a home crowd tonight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Minear shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:46) The takedown is completed, it was a single leg and Snide is left on his back pulling guard.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Minear lies on top of Snide, basically smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 09:02) Minear lies on top of Snide, basically smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) Snide is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Minear off of him.

(Rd 1 - 08:02) Minear pounds away, but Snide calmly deals with them.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) Minear leans back to avoid a couple of wild swings from Snide.

(Rd 1 - 07:32) With no progress being made, referee Stanley Wright brings the fighters back to their feet.

(Rd 1 - 07:20) Snide comes in looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:20) Minear appeared to be going for a takedown, but Snide took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 07:20) Snide lands two right hands and then hits a nice straight left that lands hard.

(Rd 1 - 07:09) Minear backs off, looking extremely dazed...that last shot may have knocked him loopy!

(Rd 1 - 07:09) Snide hits a left hand, but it lacked the power to put Minear down.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) Snide closes the distance, obviously looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) Minear appeared to be going for a takedown, but Snide took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) Snide can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Minear shoots in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Snide almost got away but not quite; he is left hopping while Minear has hold of one leg.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) With Snide not going down, Minear settles for pushing him up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:07) Showing his ability to control opponents, Minear simply smothers Snide against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:07) They engage in a gruelling close-up battle of short strikes for roughly a minute.

(Rd 1 - 05:19) Minear exerts total control, keeping Snide smothered against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 05:19) They dirty box each other at that range for sixty seconds or so.

(Rd 1 - 04:28) It isn't a pretty tactic, but Minear is wearing Snide down by keeping him trapped up against the cage and forcing him to carry a lot of weight.

(Rd 1 - 04:28) They dirty box each other at that range for sixty seconds or so.

(Rd 1 - 03:22) With no progress being made, the referee separates the two fighters.

(Rd 1 - 03:14) Snide moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Minear into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 03:14) Snide steps into the pocket, showing little fear of Minear.

(Rd 1 - 03:14) Snide can't connect with a jab, but then he hits Minear with a straight left.

(Rd 1 - 03:02) Minear appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Snide took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 03:02) Snide connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight left that lands hard.

(Rd 1 - 02:55) Backing off, Minear looks very wobbly, I think he may be hurt!

(Rd 1 - 02:55) Minear is dropped by a big left hook!

(Rd 1 - 02:40) Moving quickly, Snide comes in looking to finish with soccer kicks and stomps!

(Rd 1 - 02:40) Somehow Minear hangs on, surviving a flurry of stomps and kicks to the body!

(Rd 1 - 02:18) Minear tries to connect with an up-kick, but it just makes Snide step back.

(Rd 1 - 02:04) An up-kick makes Snide think twice about advancing.

(Rd 1 - 01:50) Snide looks to get on top of Minear.

(Rd 1 - 01:50) Snide comes around the raised legs and gets side control.

(Rd 1 - 01:38) Looking to catch his breath, Snide is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 01:18) Minear tries to pull guard on Snide but doesn't get anywhere with the attempt.

(Rd 1 - 01:07) Snide is trying to move from side control to mount.

(Rd 1 - 01:07) Minear desperately tries to fight the mount, and they find themselves scrambling for position.

(Rd 1 - 00:54) There's under a minute left in this round.

(Rd 1 - 00:54) Minear somehow winds up underneath the north-south control of Snide.

(Rd 1 - 00:43) Snide hits a short knee strike to the head.

(Rd 1 - 00:23) Minear tries a get out from under north-south, but doesn't budge Snide.

(Rd 1 - 00:08) Snide throws some elbows to the body, albeit with not much in the way of power.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number two begins!

(Rd 2 - 09:45) Minear chooses to shoot in on Snide.

(Rd 2 - 09:45) He has the takedown! Snide pulls guard.

(Rd 2 - 09:28) Time slips away as Minear successfully keeps Snide stuck against the ground.

(Rd 2 - 08:52) The clock runs down as Snide is being smothered against the ground by Minear.

(Rd 2 - 08:13) Minear fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.

(Rd 2 - 07:50) Minear deflects a couple of punches that Snide threw from below.

(Rd 2 - 07:34) Referee Stanley Wright decides that there is a lack of progress being made and stands them back up.

(Rd 2 - 07:27) Snide lands two right hands and then hits Minear with a body kick.

(Rd 2 - 07:07) Snide looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:07) Minear may have been setting up to shoot, but Snide aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 2 - 07:07) Snide connects with a nice jab and then lands a left hand to the body.

(Rd 2 - 06:49) Minear shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 2 - 06:49) He has the takedown! It's a single leg, and Snide has to pull guard.

(Rd 2 - 06:39) The clock runs down as Snide is being smothered against the ground by Minear.

(Rd 2 - 06:06) Time slips away as Minear successfully keeps Snide stuck against the ground.

(Rd 2 - 05:32) Time slips away as Minear successfully keeps Snide stuck against the ground.

(Rd 2 - 04:55) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 2 - 04:55) Minear lies on top of Snide, basically smothering him.

(Rd 2 - 04:22) With no progress being made, the referee stands them back up.

(Rd 2 - 04:14) Minear appeared to be going for a takedown, but Snide took the initiative first.

(Rd 2 - 04:14) Snide hits a right jab and then hits a nice straight left.

(Rd 2 - 03:54) Minear shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 2 - 03:54) Snide almost stops the takedown but is left hopping on one leg while Minear holds the other.

(Rd 2 - 03:54) Minear drives Snide up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 03:43) It isn't pretty, but Minear has Snide stuck up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 03:43) Occasional short punches are all that happen for the next sixty seconds as the two fighters continue to be pressed up tight against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 02:32) Minear looks to try and maintain control via his wrestling skills, but Snide works enough space that he can pull clear and circle out.

(Rd 2 - 02:21) For the first time, Minear is starting to breathe a little heavier.

(Rd 2 - 02:13) Minear shoots in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 2 - 02:13) Minear gets hold of a leg but Snide remains standing, hopping on the other foot.

(Rd 2 - 02:13) Unable to complete the takedown, Minear instead pushes Snide up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 01:57) Showing good control, Minear keeps Snide stuck against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 01:57) They exchange close-quarters punches from that position for about sixty seconds.

(Rd 2 - 01:04) Snide wrestles back against Minear, turning him enough so that he can escape away from the cage.

(Rd 2 - 00:51) We have one minute of the round remaining.

(Rd 2 - 00:39) Snide can't hit a set-up right jab, but then hits Minear with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 00:19) Minear comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 2 - 00:19) Snide sprawls well, preventing the takedown, and then moves out of range.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round two.

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) Our last round, round three, begins!

(Rd 3 - 09:53) Minear comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 09:53) The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves Snide pulling guard.

(Rd 3 - 09:37) Minear throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.

(Rd 3 - 09:08) Minear fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.

(Rd 3 - 08:45) Minear deflects a couple of punches that Snide threw from below.

(Rd 3 - 08:30) Minear smothers Snide with his body by pushing forward and down.

(Rd 3 - 07:59) In guard, Minear is content just to throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 3 - 07:42) Snide pulls Minear down in close and hits him with a couple of short punches to the side of the head.

(Rd 3 - 07:29) Minear lies on top of Snide, basically smothering him.

(Rd 3 - 06:50) The lengthy period of stalemate results in referee Stanley Wright standing them both back up.

(Rd 3 - 06:50) Snide is still moving well, but he is definitely breathing a little deeper now.

(Rd 3 - 06:35) Snide lands a jab and then hits a nice straight left.

(Rd 3 - 06:21) Minear comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 06:21) Snide almost stops the takedown but is left hopping on one leg while Minear holds the other.

(Rd 3 - 06:21) Unable to complete the takedown, Minear instead pushes Snide up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) Using tight body-to-body control, Minear is slowly wearing Snide down by pressing him up against the cage and leaning all of his weight on him.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) They remain there, hitting each other with short punches, for about a minute.

(Rd 3 - 04:49) Snide wrestles back against Minear, turning him enough so that he can escape away from the cage.

(Rd 3 - 04:29) It looked like we were about to see a shot from Minear, but Snide was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 3 - 04:29) Snide hits two right jabs and then hits a nice left hook to the ribs.

(Rd 3 - 04:07) Minear comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 3 - 04:07) Snide partially defends it and ends up hopping on one foot while Minear has a hold of the other.

(Rd 3 - 04:07) Minear drives Snide up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 03:45) Minear exerts total control, keeping Snide smothered against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 03:45) They exchange close-quarters punches from that position for about sixty seconds.

(Rd 3 - 02:59) An ugly but effective tactic, Minear is pressing Snide up against the cage and slowly wearing him down.

(Rd 3 - 02:59) They remain there, hitting each other with short punches, for about thirty seconds.

(Rd 3 - 02:25) Minear tries to keep him up against the cage, but Snide works enough space that he can slip out and away, back to the center.

(Rd 3 - 02:06) Snide lands a jab and then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 3 - 01:45) A jab is wide from Snide, but then he hits Minear with a leg kick.

(Rd 3 - 01:26) Snide closes in on Minear, looking to unleash some strikes.

(Rd 3 - 01:26) It looked like we were about to see a shot from Minear, but Snide was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 3 - 01:26) A jab hits home from Snide and then he hits Minear with a beautiful left uppercut!

(Rd 3 - 01:26) Minear collapses, that shot knocked him out!

(Rd 3 - 01:19) The winner, by knock out; Jazz Snide!

(Rd 3 - 01:19) Jazz Snide advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Lightweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Jazz 'The Lionheart' Snide defeats Nik 'The Minotaur' Minear (Knock Out (Punch) in 8:41 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

CTC LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Manoel Cabral (6-1) vs. Nicholas Bretton (14-7)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which 'The Blonde Bomber' Nicholas Bretton battles Manoel 'Colagem' Cabral.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A semi-final spot in the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament is up for grabs.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Reginald Wodehouse, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The two fighters touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Bretton misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Cabral to attack with a left jab and a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Bretton misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Cabral comes in with a jab and a right cross that just misses.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) Bretton attacks with strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) Cabral fires off a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) Bretton throws a two-punch combo but Cabral avoids both.

(Rd 1 - 08:36) Bretton shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 08:36) The takedown is completed, it was a single leg and Cabral is left on his back pulling guard.

(Rd 1 - 08:26) Bretton uses a shoulder smash to keep Cabral down.

(Rd 1 - 08:17) With a quick movement, Bretton throws a shoulder smash to the face and upper chest of Cabral.

(Rd 1 - 08:07) Bretton blocks an attempt to transition to rubber guard.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) Bretton throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.

(Rd 1 - 07:27) Perhaps wary of submissions, Bretton keeps extremely tight to Cabral and peppers him with short punches.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Bretton blocks an attempt to transition to rubber guard.

(Rd 1 - 06:59) Bretton lunges forward and slams his shoulder into Cabral.

(Rd 1 - 06:53) Cabral brings his leg up and secures rubber guard.

(Rd 1 - 06:38) Bretton blocks an attempted sweep from rubber guard.

(Rd 1 - 06:23) Cabral tries to sweep Bretton but can't do it.

(Rd 1 - 06:10) Cabral attempts a gogoplata on Bretton from the rubber guard.

(Rd 1 - 06:10) Cabral doesn't get it.

(Rd 1 - 05:47) Bretton tries to pull free of the rubber guard, but cannot.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Cabral tries to sweep Bretton.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) The sweep is fantastic, and Cabral has ended up with a full mount on Bretton!

(Rd 1 - 05:04) Cabral tries to lock Bretton in an armbar.

(Rd 1 - 05:04) Cabral gets the armbar, sinks it in deeply, and Bretton has to tap!

(Rd 1 - 04:29) Manoel 'Colagem' Cabral takes the win by submission!

(Rd 1 - 04:29) Manoel Cabral has won a spot in the semi-finals of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Manoel 'Colagem' Cabral defeats 'The Blonde Bomber' Nicholas Bretton (Submission (Armbar) in 5:31 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

CTC LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Chad Zoff (7-0) vs. Cory Brewer (9-4)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Chad 'Easy Z' Zoff going up against 'The Diamondback' Cory Brewer.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Stanley Wright is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Johnny Beerbohm, Reginald Wodehouse, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Both fighters get a good reaction during their entrances, they're both fighting in front of a hometown crowd.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:55) Brewer throws a quick punch but doesn't hit.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) Zoff looked like he was going to shoot, but Brewer simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) Brewer throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Brewer comes forward.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Zoff hits two left hands on the counter.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Brewer doesn't trouble his opponent with a combination ending in a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Brewer steps forward and a striking exchange begins.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Zoff hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Brewer throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.

(Rd 1 - 08:35) A tentative jab from Zoff lands.

(Rd 1 - 08:35) Brewer hits a left hand, but his big right hand follow-up misses.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) Brewer throws a quick punch but doesn't land.

(Rd 1 - 08:06) Zoff comes in and grabs Brewer in a clinch.

(Rd 1 - 07:59) Using his wrestling skills, Zoff is trying to push Brewer up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:59) Zoff manages it and controls Brewer up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Zoff drops down and wraps his arms around his opponent's legs, looking to try and take them down.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Brewer cannot stop the takedown.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Zoff takes the back off the takedown.

(Rd 1 - 07:32) Zoff tries to put Brewer in a rear naked choke.

(Rd 1 - 07:32) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Zoff has Brewer flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 06:52) Chad 'Easy Z' Zoff takes the win by submission!

(Rd 1 - 06:52) Chad Zoff books a semi-final spot in the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Chad 'Easy Z' Zoff defeats 'The Diamondback' Cory Brewer (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:08 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

CO-MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Benny Danare (11-3) vs. Lazaro Campos (8-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The co-main event is up next. Lazaro 'Riptide' Campos squares off with Benny 'The Jet' Danare in the CTC Lightweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Reginald Wodehouse, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 09:53) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) Campos is off-target with a jab but hits a right cross. Danare lands a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Campos lands a left jab, but his big right hand follow-up misses.

(Rd 1 - 09:01) Danare comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:01) Campos almost got away but not quite; he is left hopping while Danare has hold of one leg.

(Rd 1 - 09:01) Danare drives Campos up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) Danare looks to take Campos down with a trip.

(Rd 1 - 08:48) An outside leg trip sweeps Campos down to the ground where he is left on his back under side control!

(Rd 1 - 08:32) Danare looks to get a mount.

(Rd 1 - 08:32) Campos tries to sweep from the mount attempt but gets rolled and gives up his back.

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Danare tries to get his hooks in, but can't.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Campos attempts to turn over.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Campos turns Danare over and escapes his grip, and they both scramble back to their feet.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Danare lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Campos is off-target with a jab but hits a good right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:50) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 06:50) Campos dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 1 - 06:30) Campos moves in closer, ready to attack.

(Rd 1 - 06:30) Campos fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:18) Campos moves in closer, looking to open up and attack.

(Rd 1 - 06:18) Campos hits a left hand, but misses with a vicious right hand.

(Rd 1 - 05:58) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:58) Danare dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Campos hits a left jab but misses with a head kick attempt.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Danare finds a way past his opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two.

(Rd 1 - 05:20) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:20) Danare doesn't connect with a left jab but connects with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 05:20) Campos scores with a brace of jabs but misses with a low kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:59) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 1 - 04:59) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter gives or takes any real damage.

(Rd 1 - 04:26) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:26) Campos misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 04:08) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 04:08) Danare hits a jab but doesn't connect with a right hand. Campos hits a left jab but doesn't find the mark with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 03:48) There's a takedown attempt from Danare.

(Rd 1 - 03:48) Campos partially defends it and ends up hopping on one foot while Danare has a hold of the other.

(Rd 1 - 03:48) Unable to complete the takedown, Danare instead pushes Campos up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 03:31) With the cage trapping Campos, Danare looks for a trip takedown.

(Rd 1 - 03:31) Danare uses a nice inside leg trip and Campos is forced to pull half guard!

(Rd 1 - 03:13) Danare begins trying to get his leg free of the half guard.

(Rd 1 - 03:13) Campos can't keep his opponent in half guard, and Danare gains side control.

(Rd 1 - 02:22) Danare attempts the mount.

(Rd 1 - 02:22) Campos tries to sweep from the mount attempt but gets rolled and gives up his back.

(Rd 1 - 01:56) Danare tries to get a body triangle hooked up, but can't.

(Rd 1 - 01:40) Campos tries to turn over.

(Rd 1 - 01:40) Campos turns Danare over and twists around, ending up on top in his guard.

(Rd 1 - 01:20) Wary of the submission threat of his opponent, Campos keeps very tight to Danare, peppering him with short strikes.

(Rd 1 - 01:06) Danare reaches up and tries to lock up an arm.

(Rd 1 - 01:06) Campos gets caught in an armbar...and has no choice but to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 00:38) By submission, the winner is Benny Danare!

(Rd 1 - 00:38) Benny Danare moves into the semis of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

Official Result: Benny 'The Jet' Danare defeats Lazaro 'Riptide' Campos (Submission (Armbar) in 9:22 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

 

MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

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Bruce Steven (20-9) vs. Duane Weatherley (18-10)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) It's time for the main event of the evening! 'Mr. Intensity' Bruce Steven fights Duane 'The Weather Man' Weatherly in the CTC Lightweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the semi-finals of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament is at stake.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Marianne Froth, Johnny Beerbohm, and Reginald Wodehouse.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) Weatherly can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then scores with a massive left head kick!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) He's down! Steven falls to the floor!

(Rd 1 - 09:36) Without hesitation, Weatherly goes to finish Steven off with stomps and kicks!

(Rd 1 - 09:36) Weatherly hits several big stomps and kicks, but Steven somehow hangs on!

(Rd 1 - 09:15) Weatherly motions for Steven to stand up, which he does.

(Rd 1 - 08:54) Circling warily, Steven is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 1 - 08:54) Weatherly throws some strikes and a left head kick, but Steven defended them all.

(Rd 1 - 08:38) Steven comes in and grabs Weatherly in a clinch.

(Rd 1 - 08:29) Using his wrestling skills, Steven is trying to push Weatherly up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:29) Steven achieves it, pinning Weatherly to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:17) Weatherly is trapped against the cage and Steven hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 1 - 08:06) Steven pins Weatherly up against the cage and uses dirty boxing to inflict some damage.

(Rd 1 - 07:53) Steven traps Weatherly up against the cage, using double underhooks for control.

(Rd 1 - 07:53) Steven and Weatherly remain up against the cage for the next minute, doing little other than throwing occasional short punches.

(Rd 1 - 06:42) Weatherly is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.

(Rd 1 - 06:23) Having been stuck against the cage for a while without any progress, referee Kenneth Capote brings them back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 06:14) Weatherly closes the distance, obviously looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 06:14) Weatherly connects with a nice jab and then scores with a left head kick.

(Rd 1 - 05:51) Weatherly lands a jab and then catches Steven with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 1 - 05:25) Weatherly hits a right jab and then catches Steven with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) Weatherly connects with a nice jab and then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:40) Weatherly can't hit a set-up right jab, but then catches Steven with a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 04:14) Weatherly connects with a jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) Steven chooses to shoot in on Weatherly.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) He has the takedown! Weatherly pulls guard.

(Rd 1 - 03:43) Steven looks to get past the guard.

(Rd 1 - 03:43) Weatherly can't fend off the effort, and can only stop Steven at half guard.

(Rd 1 - 03:43) Weatherly is really working hard on the ground to slow down Steven and make him work for everything.

(Rd 1 - 02:41) Steven begins trying to get his leg free of half guard and get a better position.

(Rd 1 - 02:41) He gets past half guard, gaining side control.

(Rd 1 - 01:49) Looking to catch his breath, Steven is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 01:25) Steven throws a few strikes, but they are without venom.

(Rd 1 - 01:03) Weatherly takes a knee strike to the ribs from under side control.

(Rd 1 - 00:45) Steven hits a knee strike to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 00:26) Steven pounds away, landing several clean blows on Weatherly in the process.

(Rd 1 - 00:08) Steven pounds away and Weatherly struggles to deal with them.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The time runs out on round one.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The crowd is buzzing after a very exciting round.

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!

(Rd 2 - 09:48) Weatherly lands a jab and then lands a hard low kick to the legs.

(Rd 2 - 09:22) Steven keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.

(Rd 2 - 09:22) A jab is wide from Weatherly, but then he hits a scything kick to the legs of Steven.

(Rd 2 - 09:02) Weatherly connects with a jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 08:48) For the first time, Weatherly is starting to breathe a little heavier.

(Rd 2 - 08:43) Steven wants to grapple but is clearly wary of his opponent's striking.

(Rd 2 - 08:43) Weatherly fails to find a home for his jab, but then catches Steven with a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 08:37) Steven has an obvious limp as he circles.

(Rd 2 - 08:24) A jab lands from Weatherly, but misses with a low kick.

(Rd 2 - 08:05) A jab is wide from Weatherly, but then he scores with a lovely left head kick.

(Rd 2 - 07:54) Steven tries to cover up but is very clearly wobbling! Here comes Weatherly, he knows that this is a chance to finish!

(Rd 2 - 07:54) Weatherly moves in for the kill and lands a big left hand around the guard! Steven goes down!

(Rd 2 - 07:50) Weatherly senses victory and looks to finish with stomps and soccer kicks!

(Rd 2 - 07:50) Weatherly stomps and kicks away at the stunned Steven but can't put him away!

(Rd 2 - 07:34) Apparently unwilling to engage, Weatherly lets his opponent stand back up.

(Rd 2 - 07:22) A jab hits home from Weatherly and then he lands a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 2 - 07:04) Shoulders hunched, Weatherly studies his opponent, looking for an opportunity.

(Rd 2 - 06:57) A jab is wide from Weatherly, but then he lands a roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 06:38) Steven had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.

(Rd 2 - 06:38) A jab is wide from Weatherly, but then he lands a nice left head kick.

(Rd 2 - 06:15) Steven looks unsteady on his feet as he retreats and tries to cover up, that last blow has rocked him! He winds up backed against the cage with nowhere to go!

(Rd 2 - 06:15) Steven regains his wits just in time to duck under the head kick that would have surely ended the fight.

(Rd 2 - 06:01) Steven clears his head and circles away from the cage back to the center.

(Rd 2 - 05:49) Steven warily circles, looking for the opening he needs to initiate some grappling.

(Rd 2 - 05:49) Weatherly lands a right hand and then hits Steven with a straight left.

(Rd 2 - 05:24) Weatherly moves in closer, ready to attack.

(Rd 2 - 05:24) Steven appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Weatherly took the initiative first.

(Rd 2 - 05:24) Weatherly can't hit a set-up right jab, but then scores with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 05:18) Steven is barely able to walk thanks to all the damage to the legs he has been forced to take.

(Rd 2 - 05:09) Circling warily, Steven is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 2 - 05:09) Weatherly connects with a nice jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Steven.

(Rd 2 - 05:00) We go past the halfway point of this round.

(Rd 2 - 05:00) Steven is barely able to walk thanks to all the damage to the legs he has been forced to take.

(Rd 2 - 05:00) Weatherly glances at the clock, grimacing slightly.

(Rd 2 - 04:46) Weatherly lands a right jab, but Steven evades a big left punch.

(Rd 2 - 04:35) A few deep breaths betray that Weatherly is starting to get into the deeper reaches of his gas tank.

(Rd 2 - 04:25) Weatherly connects with a nice jab and then catches Steven with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 2 - 03:51) Weatherly can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 2 - 03:28) A defensive jab hits from Steven.

(Rd 2 - 03:28) A combo that ends with a head kick attempt fails to land for Weatherly.

(Rd 2 - 03:16) Steven can barely walk thanks to all the damage he has taken to his legs.

(Rd 2 - 03:01) Weatherly confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.

(Rd 2 - 03:01) Steven had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.

(Rd 2 - 03:01) Weatherly uses a right jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 02:47) Weatherly is breathing very hard.

(Rd 2 - 02:32) Weatherly can't connect with a jab, but then hits Steven with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 02:05) Weatherly comes in looking to strike.

(Rd 2 - 02:05) Steven, backing off, hits a weak right hand.

(Rd 2 - 02:05) Weatherly throws a punch but Steven avoids it.

(Rd 2 - 01:45) Weatherly lands a jab and then catches Steven with a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 01:28) Weatherly lands a right jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 01:08) Weatherly throws a quick punch but doesn't land.

(Rd 2 - 00:52) We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.

(Rd 2 - 00:52) Weatherly confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.

(Rd 2 - 00:52) Steven, looking very tentative, pokes out a quick jab that hits.

(Rd 2 - 00:52) Weatherly can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight left that lands hard.

(Rd 2 - 00:33) Weatherly can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then hits Steven with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 00:18) Steven comes through that strike and grabs Weatherly in a clinch.

(Rd 2 - 00:08) Steven is trying to push Weatherly so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 00:08) Steven manages it and controls Weatherly up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number three begins!

(Rd 3 - 10:00) Steven limps around, his leg now virtually useless thanks to all the damage it has taken.

(Rd 3 - 09:47) Weatherly comes in looking to strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:47) Weatherly connects with a jab, but Steven evades a big left punch.

(Rd 3 - 09:33) Weatherly looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.

(Rd 3 - 09:22) Steven looks like he wants to grapple but the threat of getting hit is keeping him from rushing in.

(Rd 3 - 09:22) Weatherly lands a right hand and then catches Steven with a low kick to the front leg.

(Rd 3 - 09:05) Steven limps around, his leg now virtually useless thanks to all the damage it has taken.

(Rd 3 - 08:54) Steven moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt his opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening to start grappling.

(Rd 3 - 08:54) Weatherly throws a punch but Steven avoids it.

(Rd 3 - 08:47) Seizing the opportunity, Steven clinches.

(Rd 3 - 08:40) Steven is trying to push Weatherly so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:40) He does so and now has Weatherly pinned to the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:26) With the cage trapping Weatherly, Steven looks for a trip takedown.

(Rd 3 - 08:26) A great inside leg trip sees Weatherly get thrown to the mat and Steven is left in half guard.

(Rd 3 - 08:09) Steven starts trying to work to get out of half guard and into a better position.

(Rd 3 - 08:09) Steven gains side control after getting his leg free from half guard.

(Rd 3 - 08:09) Everything Weatherly is doing off his back is about slowing down and frustrating Steven, which is probably the best he can hope for.

(Rd 3 - 07:19) Steven tries to lock Weatherly into an armbar.

(Rd 3 - 07:19) The armbar is locked in, tight enough that Weatherly has to tap out!

(Rd 3 - 06:46) The winner, by submission; Bruce Steven!

(Rd 3 - 06:46) Into the semi finals of the CTC Lightweight Championship Tournament tournament goes Bruce Steven.

 

 

Official Result: 'Mr. Intensity' Bruce Steven defeats Duane 'The Weather Man' Weatherly (Submission (Armbar) in 3:14 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

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Attendance: 608

Ticket Sales: 78,584

 

Critical Rating: 71%

Commercial Rating: 45%

 

Fight of the Night: Bruce Steven vs Duane Weatherly

KO of the Night: Timmy Dukes

Submission of the Night: Benny Danare

 

 

 

Updated Tournament Brackets

 

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</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:36px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Canadian Tournament Combat 2</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Friday, Week 4, January 2002</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:36px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Natasha Mellow (7-1) vs. Sandy Oliver (12-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Natasha Mellow is a judoka, who enjoys getting the fight to the ground, and using her array of chokes to gain submission victories. Small even for a flyweight she is prone to being bullied by bigger fighters. Sandy Oliver is the 4th ranked Flyweight in the world, and is dangerous on the ground, especially from her back where she has a very active guard. Her last two fights were a first round submission victory over Alison Beattie, and a Unanimous Decision victory over Layla Holmes, both with WEFF.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:24px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CO-MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Jenny DeNeuve (7-1) vs. Rennaya Rives (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Jenny DeNeuve is an exciting kickboxer, with striking that is above the level of most fighters in this division. Her string of exciting knock out victories came to an end with her Unanimous Decision loss to Daniella Sadorra in a WEFF Title Fight. She bounced back from the loss with a Unanimous Decision victory over Roz Wareing at WEFF 25. Rennaya Rives is an exciting prospect in this division, a national Taekwondo champion in 1996, and 1997, she is a devastating striker, and has been lighting up the Brazilian regional scene.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Toni Dietrich (7-0) vs. Steph Smith (7-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Toni Dietrich is a kickboxer, with an extremely dangerous striking game, but she is badly let down by her ground game, which will have to improve as time goes on. Steph Smith is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter, whose ground game can be devastating, but she often shows bad planning in the ring, and attempts to stand and bang with opponents.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Maria Ferraz (6-1) vs. Leslie Myers (6-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Maria Ferraz is an absolutely frenzied striker, who loves to unload with a relentless barrage of punches, utilizing her great hand speed, but is often let down by her cardio, gassing in the middle of fights. Leslie Myers is a dangerous Jiu Jitsu fighter, whose ground game can compete against most, but her stand-up is a problem. She made her WEFF debut with a Unanimous Decision loss to Karen Curtis, but bounced back with a first round submission victory over Hazel McClay.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Catalina Vinicios (6-0) vs. Roz Wareing (8-3-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Catalina Vincios is a Muay Thai fighter, effective both from range, and from the clinch, with devastating strikes, but once she is on the ground, any threat she poses completely disappears. A former WEFF Flyweight Title Contender, losing to Karen Curtis by Unanimous Decision, Roz Wareing is a Kung Fu fighter, who loves to stand and bang, she is on a bad run of results, coming off a Split Draw over Suzana Ramos, and a Unanimous Decision loss to Jenny DeNeuve.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Kochiyo Chikamatsu (9-0) vs. Daljit Samir (10-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Kochiyo Chikamatsu is one of the most devastating Judo fighters in the world. Though she lacks in the stand up, her takedown, and ground game has led to her winning nine straight fights on the Japanese local circiut, with none of the fights going outside the first round. Daljit Samir is also a strong prospect in the division. She is a karate striker, whose stick and move tactics are very frustrating to other fighters.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Trish Biel (8-0) vs. Lora Hayes (7-2)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Trish Biel is a world class wrestler, with devastating takedowns, and grappling, but her striking is not exactly up to snuff. Lora Hayes is always a danger to herself and others in the cage, an all-out striker, who likes to just exchange blows in wild brawls. While her style means she will likely never be a real player, she is always fun to watch!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Helena Broderick (7-1) vs. Kyoko Junna (8-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Helena Broderick is a pretty one dimensional striker, who likes to throw heavy hands, looking for knock outs, and doesn't have much else to her game. Kyoko Junna is a Thai boxer, her striking is of higher technical quality, that means most will not want to swap punches with her, but lacks the power to finish.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:14px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">PRELIMINARY CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Middleweight Bout: Andre Passos (4-0) vs. French Dancer (7-4)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Andre Passos is a burgeoning prospect who is likely to be popular because of his penchant for engaging in wild brawls. A Muay Thai specialist, he loves to stand and bang with opponents. French Dancer is a half decent amateur wrestler, who has decent grappling skills, but hasn't really shown a lot in his career.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Bantamweight Bout: Dallin Friedland (6-2) vs. Zabit Mansurov (3-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Dallin Friedland is a Northern Irish brawler, with a wild striking game, but the rest of his MMA skill-set is pretty much non-existent. Zabit Mansurov, a grappler from Georgia (the country), is considered one of the best prospects in the world in the lower weight classes. His skill set involves high intensity, high pressure grappling, pushing the pace, and wearing down opponents with a never ending assault! </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Womens Featherweight Bout: Regina de Avila (2-0) vs. Janey McDwyre (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Regina de Avila is a Jiu Jitsu fighter, with a strong ground and submission game. She is considered one of the top prospects, but will have to work on her striking to get to the top level. Janey McDwyre is also a grappler, a practitioner of Jude, her strong ground game also needs to be supplemented with some striking.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Womens Flyweight Bout: Elizabeth Lindley (5-0) vs. Rhonda Britton (8-4)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

There's no mistaking the gameplan Elizabeth Lindley will have going into a fight, a power puncher, her only weapon is big bombing punches that will knock out anyone who gets in their way! Rhonda Britton is also a power-puncher who likes to stand and bang, and has little other MMA game to speak of. She was cut from the WEFF roster when this weakness was exploited badly in three straight losses.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Weigh-In Results</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Natasha Mellow (125 lbs) vs. Sandy Oliver (125 lbs)</p><p>

Jenny DeNeuve (125 lbs) vs. Rennaya Rives (125 lbs)</p><p>

Toni Dietrich (125 lbs) vs. Steph Smith (125 lbs)</p><p>

Maria Ferraz (125 lbs) vs. Leslie Myers (125 lbs)</p><p>

Catalina Vinicios (125 lbs) vs. Roz Wareing (125 lbs)</p><p>

Kochiyo Chikamatsu (125 lbs) vs. Daljit Samir (125 lbs)</p><p>

Trish Biel (125 lbs) vs. Lora Hayes (125 lbs)</p><p>

Helena Broderick (125 lbs) vs. Kyoko Junna (125 lbs)</p><p> </p><p>

Andre Passos (185 lbs) vs. French Dancer (185 lbs)</p><p>

Dallin Friedland (135 lbs) vs. Zabit Mansurov (135 lbs)</p><p>

Regina de Avila (145 lbs) vs. Janey McDwyre (145 lbs)</p><p>

Elizabeth Lindley (125 lbs) vs. Rhonda Britton (125 lbs)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">TOURNAMENT BRACKETS</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

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<strong>Canadian Tournament Combat 2 Full Fight Card</strong></p><p> </p><p>

WFLW Title QF: Natasha Mellow vs Sandy Oliver</p><p>

WFLW Title QF: Jenny DeNeuve vs Rennaya Rives</p><p>

WFLW QF: Toni Dietrich vs Steph Smith</p><p>

WFLW QF: Maria Ferraz vs Leslie Myers</p><p>

WFLW QF: Catalina Vinicios vs Roz Wareing</p><p>

WFLW Title QF: Kochiyo Chikamatsu vs Daljit Samir</p><p>

WFLW QF: Trish Biel vs. Lora Hayes</p><p>

WFLW Title QF: Helena Broderick vs. Kyoko Junna</p><p> </p><p>

MW: Andre Passos vs French Dancer</p><p>

BW: Dallin Friedland vs Zabit Mansurov</p><p>

WFW: Regina de Avila vs. Janey McDwyre</p><p>

WFLW: Elizabeth Lindley vs. Rhonda Britton</p>

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Friday, Week 4, January 2002

 

 

 

Live from St. John's, Newfoundland

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY CARD

 

 

 

Streamed Live on CTCombat.ca

 

 

 

WOMENS FLYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

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Elizabeth Lindley (5-0) vs. Rhonda Britton (8-4)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our first fight of the night is Elizabeth 'Bomber' Lindley against Rhonda Britton.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Leo Behan is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Ian Rivers, Edward Wilde, and Johnny Beerbohm.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) Britton slips past a right hook and counters with a couple of jabs that are followed by a hook to the body that fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) Lindley misses a right cross that leaves her open to the counter. Britton attacks with a jab and a left hook to the ribs that doesn't land.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) Britton slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a right hook to the body.

(Rd 1 - 08:47) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:47) There's a burst of strikes but neither fighter gets caught.

(Rd 1 - 08:47) Britton tries a left hook but misses.

(Rd 1 - 08:47) Lindley has a right hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 08:35) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:35) Britton tries a left hook but misses.

(Rd 1 - 08:35) Lindley has a right hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 08:15) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:15) Lindley misses a right cross that leaves her wide open to the counter. Britton comes in with a couple of jabs that are followed by a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 07:52) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:52) Lindley hits a left jab but misses a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 07:52) Britton lands a right jab but fails on a hook attempt to the body.

(Rd 1 - 07:41) Britton motions for Lindley to come on and fight.

(Rd 1 - 07:29) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Britton dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a right jab and a right to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:45) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 06:19) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:19) Britton hits a right hook to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:19) Lindley uses a left jab but misses a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:55) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:55) Britton dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a jab and a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) Britton glares at her opponent.

(Rd 1 - 05:39) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:39) Britton dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a jab and a left hook that is ducked.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) Lindley misses a right cross that leaves her wide open to the counter. Britton comes in with a left hand that landed cleanly.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) Lindley is not able to compete with Britton in a striking battle, she is getting badly out-struck.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) From the looks of it, that shot may have smashed the jaw of Lindley.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) Lindley is off-target with a jab but hits a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) Britton scores with a jab but has a left hand taken on the gloves.

(Rd 1 - 04:41) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 04:41) Lindley hits a jab but has a right hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 04:41) Britton scores with a jab and also scores with a great left hook.

(Rd 1 - 04:31) Britton sees that Lindley is wobbly and comes in for the kill! Lindley just covers up, too dazed to do anything but try and survive the next few seconds!

(Rd 1 - 04:31) Britton moves in close and knocks Lindley out with a single brutal left uppercut from beneath the guard! What a punch!

(Rd 1 - 04:24) The winner, by knock out, is Rhonda Britton!

 

 

Official Result: Rhonda Britton defeats Elizabeth 'Bomber' Lindley (Knock Out (Punch) in 5:36 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

WOMENS FEATHERWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

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Regina de Avila (2-0) vs. Janey McDwyre (1-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which 'The Spectre' Regina de Avila goes up against Janey McDwyre.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our cageside judges are: Reginald Wodehouse, Millhouse Twain, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 09:48) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) McDwyre misses a right cross that leaves her open to the counter. de Avila attacks with a jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 1 - 09:27) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:27) de Avila counters a right hand with a left jab and a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:09) de Avila comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 09:09) McDwyre tries to hit a jab, but misses.

(Rd 1 - 09:09) de Avila can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then she hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 08:44) de Avila stalks forward, pressuring McDwyre.

(Rd 1 - 08:44) de Avila confidently steps into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 08:44) de Avila connects with a nice jab and then she catches McDwyre with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 08:25) There's a takedown attempt from de Avila.

(Rd 1 - 08:25) de Avila has the takedown! McDwyre pulls half guard.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) de Avila looks to pass half guard and get side control.

(Rd 1 - 08:13) She passes to side control.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) de Avila begins trying to get herself into a mount.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) She doesn't get the mount, but only because McDwyre rolled over and gave up her back instead.

(Rd 1 - 07:05) McDwyre is in increasing trouble, as de Avila gets both hooks in.

(Rd 1 - 06:49) de Avila, with both hooks fully in, tries to get the rear naked choke applied.

(Rd 1 - 06:49) de Avila flattens McDwyre out with the rear naked choke in deep and forces the tap!

(Rd 1 - 06:24) The winner, by submission, is 'The Spectre' Regina de Avila!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Spectre' Regina de Avila defeats Janey McDwyre (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:36 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

BANTAMWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

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Dallin Friedland (6-2) vs. Zabit Mansurov (3-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up, Dallin Friedland squaring off with Zabit Mansurov.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Ian Rivers, Edward Wilde, and Johnny Beerbohm.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) A punch from Friedland fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 09:36) Mansurov looked like he was going to step in and grapple, but Friedland simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 09:36) A punch from Friedland fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 09:26) Friedland moves in closer, looking to open up and attack.

(Rd 1 - 09:26) Mansurov looked like he was going to step in and grapple, but Friedland simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 09:26) Friedland can't connect with a jab, but then hits Mansurov with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:06) Friedland lands a left hand and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:06) A strike appears to have opened up a small gash underneath the eye of Mansurov.

(Rd 1 - 08:49) Friedland closes the distance, obviously looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:49) Friedland can't connect with a jab, but then hits Mansurov with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 08:31) Friedland confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:31) Friedland lands a left jab, but Mansurov avoids a big right.

(Rd 1 - 08:14) It looked like we were about to see Mansurov try and get some grappling started, but Friedland was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 08:14) Friedland throws a punch but Mansurov avoids it.

(Rd 1 - 07:56) A punch from Friedland fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 07:43) A jab hits home from Friedland and then he hits Mansurov with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 07:25) Friedland hits a left hand, but his big right hand follow-up misses.

(Rd 1 - 07:04) Friedland can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Mansurov keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Friedland lands a left hand and then hits Mansurov with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) The referee calls for a pause, he wants to check the cut on Mansurov.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) The doctor checks the cut, but seems happy that it does not present too much of a problem.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) The referee signals for the fight to continue!

(Rd 1 - 06:35) Friedland connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 06:12) A jab is wide from Friedland, but then he hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 05:55) Mansurov looked like he was going to step in and grapple, but Friedland simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 05:55) Friedland hits a left jab and then hits Mansurov with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 05:33) Friedland hits a left hand, but Mansurov evades a big right punch.

(Rd 1 - 05:14) A one-two from Friedland fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) Seizing the opportunity, Mansurov clinches.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) Friedland gets caught with a knee strike to the body as they grapple.

(Rd 1 - 04:44) With control of the clinch, Mansurov tries to complete a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 04:44) The takedown is successful and he gets side control too.

(Rd 1 - 04:31) Mansurov keeps Friedland guessing with a few quick strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:05) Friedland tries to pull guard on Mansurov but doesn't get anywhere with the attempt.

(Rd 1 - 03:45) Mansurov is trying to move from side control to mount.

(Rd 1 - 03:45) Mansurov shifts to mount.

(Rd 1 - 03:16) Mansurov throws short elbows over and over, Friedland is eating powerful shot after powerful shot!

(Rd 1 - 03:16) With Friedland taking a beating, the referee has to stop the fight!

(Rd 1 - 03:05) Zabit Mansurov takes the victory by way of TKO!

 

 

 

Official Result: Zabit Mansurov defeats Dallin Friedland (TKO (Strikes) in 6:55 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

 

MIDDLEWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

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Andre Pasos (4-0) vs. French Dancer (7-4)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) In the last of the preliminary fights, Andre Passos competes against French 'Private' Dancer in the CTC Middleweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Kyle Crisp.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Ian Rivers, Edward Wilde, and Johnny Beerbohm.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Moving forward constantly, Passos is pressuring Dancer.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Passos is now in the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Passos hits a left jab and then he hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) Passos hits a two-punch combination, a quick left and a straight right. Dancer lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) A strike appears to have opened up a small gash underneath the eye of Dancer.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) Passos scores with a jab but doesn't make contact on a low kick.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) Dancer lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Dancer misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Passos comes in with a solid right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:41) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 07:18) Passos steps forward, looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:18) Passos bobs out of the way of a jab and moves into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 07:18) Passos throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Passos hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:28) Passos comes forward on the attack.

(Rd 1 - 06:28) Dancer throws a counter jab but misses.

(Rd 1 - 06:28) Passos throws a two-punch combo but Dancer avoids both.

(Rd 1 - 06:08) Passos closes in on Dancer, looking to unleash some strikes.

(Rd 1 - 06:08) Dancer scores with a weak, flicked left hand jab.

(Rd 1 - 06:08) Passos throws a one-two, but Dancer was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 05:57) Taking a few gulps of breath, Passos is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) Passos misses a jab but hits a kick to the leg.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) Dancer misses with a left jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Passos moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Dancer into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Passos looks to pressure Dancer, stepping into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Passos throws a two-punch combo but Dancer avoids both.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) Dancer misses with a big right hand, allowing Passos to counter with a jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 04:39) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither lands anything worthwhile.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) The clock is stopped as the referee wants to check the cut on Dancer.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) The doctor checks the wound, and doesn't take long to signal to the referee that it is only minor.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) The fight will be restarted in the center!

(Rd 1 - 04:21) Passos glances at the clock.

(Rd 1 - 04:07) Passos moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Dancer into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:07) Dancer hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:07) Passos can't connect with a jab, but then he hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Passos moves confidently around the cage.

(Rd 1 - 03:55) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 03:29) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 03:01) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:01) Dancer uses a left jab but misses a right hook. Passos lands a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 02:45) Passos initiates an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 02:45) Dancer hit two counter left hands.

(Rd 1 - 02:45) A jab lands from Passos but his big right hand follow-up misses.

(Rd 1 - 02:35) Passos is starting to have to push himself now, and his corner respond by urging him on a little louder.

(Rd 1 - 02:23) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 02:23) Passos scores with a jab but has a right hand taken on the gloves.

(Rd 1 - 02:23) Dancer scores with a jab but doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 01:59) The two fighters stand and trade strikes but neither lands anything damaging.

(Rd 1 - 01:34) Passos stalks forward, pressuring Dancer.

(Rd 1 - 01:34) Dancer hits a jab in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 01:34) A jab is wide from Passos, but then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 01:08) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 01:08) Dancer scores with a jab but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 01:08) Passos lands a left jab and also hits a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 1 - 00:54) Passos looks very tired out there.

(Rd 1 - 00:54) We're into the final minute of the round.

(Rd 1 - 00:46) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 00:46) Dancer misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Passos comes in with a left jab and a quick kick.

(Rd 1 - 00:24) An exchange of strikes doesn't go anywhere.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) We are back underway!

(Rd 2 - 09:48) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:48) Passos misses a right hook and gets countered with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) They come together and strike.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Passos misses a jab but scores with a right hook. Dancer hits a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 09:05) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:05) Passos misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Dancer comes in with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 2 - 08:53) For the first time, Dancer is starting to breathe a little heavier.

(Rd 2 - 08:38) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 08:38) Dancer lands a left jab but doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 2 - 08:38) Passos finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two.

(Rd 2 - 08:38) Dancer is bleeding under his eye again, a strike has re-opened the wound.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) Passos hits a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) Dancer connects with a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 07:49) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 07:49) Dancer misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Passos to attack with a quick left jab and a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 07:34) Passos looks very, very tired.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) There's a flurry of activity but neither fighter is able to land a telling strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) Passos doesn't find the mark with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) Dancer misses a jab and also has a right hand absorbed on the gloves.

(Rd 2 - 07:05) Dancer stalks forward, pressuring Passos.

(Rd 2 - 07:05) Passos hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 2 - 07:05) Dancer can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 06:59) Passos stumbles his way into a clinch; he looks shattered.

(Rd 2 - 06:59) Dancer is trying to muscle Passos up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 06:59) Dancer does it, Passos is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 2 - 06:43) Passos gets caught with a knee to the side of the stomach.

(Rd 2 - 06:32) Passos is trapped against the cage and Dancer hits him with a quick elbow.

(Rd 2 - 06:21) Dancer hits a knee strike to the thigh.

(Rd 2 - 06:12) Dancer catches Passos with an elbow to the face from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 05:57) Passos uses his wrestling skills to prevent Dancer from attacking with dirty boxing.

(Rd 2 - 05:41) Dancer uses dirty boxing to punish Passos while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 05:21) Dancer hits a knee strike to the side of the ribs.

(Rd 2 - 05:06) Passos uses his wrestling skills to prevent Dancer from attacking with dirty boxing.

(Rd 2 - 04:48) Dancer attempts to hit a knee but Passos tightens the clinch.

(Rd 2 - 04:30) The lack of progress forces the referee to separate the two fighters.

(Rd 2 - 04:30) A little fatigue may be creeping in, Dancer is starting to move noticeably more slowly now.

(Rd 2 - 04:22) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 2 - 04:22) Passos misses with a big right hand, allowing Dancer to counter with a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 04:08) Looking shattered, they all but collapse into each other and clinch.

(Rd 2 - 04:08) Passos gets caught with a couple of nice short punches as Dancer uses his dirty boxing to inflict some punishment.

(Rd 2 - 03:51) Dancer tries to throw some close-range strikes as they grapple, but the attempts are smothered by Passos.

(Rd 2 - 03:32) Dancer uses dirty boxing and gets in a few crisp punches on Passos as they grapple.

(Rd 2 - 03:13) Passos tries to wriggle free, but Dancer controls him well and gets in a few close-range punches too.

(Rd 2 - 02:57) Dancer is looking really tired.

(Rd 2 - 02:57) Dancer is trying to push Passos so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 02:57) He does so and now has Passos pinned to the cage.

(Rd 2 - 02:40) The gas tank looks empty on Passos.

(Rd 2 - 02:40) The clock is stopped as the referee wants to check the cut on Dancer.

(Rd 2 - 02:40) The doctor checks the cut, but seems happy that it does not present too much of a problem.

(Rd 2 - 02:40) The fight will be restarted in the center!

(Rd 2 - 02:27) There's a ragged-looking takedown attempt from a visibly tired Dancer.

(Rd 2 - 02:27) The takedown is successful, he almost gets side control but has to settle for half guard.

(Rd 2 - 02:20) Dancer is trying to get out of half guard and into a better position.

(Rd 2 - 02:20) Passos tries to counter the pass attempt, and they find themselves scrambling for position.

(Rd 2 - 02:05) Passos scrambles to his feet, but Dancer grabs him from behind.

(Rd 2 - 01:48) Passos eats a left hand to the side of the face from Dancer, who has a good grip from behind.

(Rd 2 - 01:28) Dancer nails Passos with a right hand to the side of the face.

(Rd 2 - 01:14) Grappling from behind, Dancer attempts to wrestle Passos to the ground.

(Rd 2 - 01:14) Passos will not go down, he blocks the takedown despite the best efforts of Dancer.

(Rd 2 - 00:40) Controlling Passos from behind, Dancer tries to drag him down.

(Rd 2 - 00:40) Passos will not go down, he blocks the takedown despite the best efforts of Dancer.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round two.

 

 

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) Our last round, round three, begins!

(Rd 3 - 09:53) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 3 - 09:53) Passos scores with a jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 3 - 09:53) Dancer lands a left hook.

(Rd 3 - 09:24) An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant.

(Rd 3 - 09:07) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 3 - 09:07) Passos misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Dancer to attack with a quick left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) Dancer looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) The fighters, looking shattered, clinch up rather than try and move away.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) Dancer is looking to muscle Passos back against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) Dancer does it, Passos is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:37) Dancer pins Passos up against the cage and stomps down hard on his foot.

(Rd 3 - 08:26) Dancer smothers Passos against the cage, then hits him with a quick elbow strike.

(Rd 3 - 08:14) Passos takes a knee strike just above the hip.

(Rd 3 - 07:59) Passos is trapped against the cage and takes a sharp stomp to the foot.

(Rd 3 - 07:46) Dancer smothers Passos against the cage, then hits him with a quick elbow strike.

(Rd 3 - 07:35) Dancer drives a knee to the thigh area.

(Rd 3 - 07:29) Dancer uses dirty boxing to punish Passos while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 07:15) Dancer pins Passos up against the cage and hits a couple of nice right hands to the side of the head.

(Rd 3 - 07:04) Passos is trapped against the cage and Dancer hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 3 - 06:44) The referee decides that the grappling against the cage has been going on too long, and he brings them back to the center.

(Rd 3 - 06:39) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter gives or takes any real damage.

(Rd 3 - 06:12) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 3 - 06:12) Dancer misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Passos to attack with a jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 3 - 06:00) The fighters fall into a sloppy clinch.

(Rd 3 - 06:00) Dancer is looking to muscle Passos back against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 06:00) Dancer does it, Passos is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 3 - 05:47) Dancer looks totally gassed.

(Rd 3 - 05:47) Dancer pins Passos up against the cage and stomps down hard on his foot.

(Rd 3 - 05:39) Dancer smothers Passos against the cage, then hits him with a quick elbow strike.

(Rd 3 - 05:25) Dancer pins Passos up against the cage and hits a couple of nice right hands to the side of the head.

(Rd 3 - 05:05) Passos is trapped against the cage and Dancer hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 3 - 04:45) Dancer catches Passos with an elbow to the face from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 04:34) Passos is trapped against the cage and Dancer hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 3 - 04:18) The referee thinks there has been too little progress, and brings the two fighters back to the center.

(Rd 3 - 04:07) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 3 - 04:07) Passos counters a right hand with a right hook.

(Rd 3 - 03:54) The fighters, both of whom look very tired, fall into a ragged clinch.

(Rd 3 - 03:54) Dancer uses dirty boxing and gets in a few crisp punches on Passos as they grapple.

(Rd 3 - 03:40) Dancer hits Passos with some short strikes to the side of the head while grappling.

(Rd 3 - 03:24) Dancer uses some dirty boxing as he grapples with Passos.

(Rd 3 - 03:08) Using his wrestling skills, Dancer is trying to push Passos up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 03:08) Dancer achieves it, pinning Passos to the cage.

(Rd 3 - 02:53) Dancer drops down and wraps his arms around his opponent's legs, looking to try and take them down.

(Rd 3 - 02:53) Passos cannot stop the takedown and has to pull guard.

(Rd 3 - 02:41) Dancer attempts to pass guard.

(Rd 3 - 02:41) Dancer passes to side control with ease.

(Rd 3 - 02:15) Dancer begins trying to get himself into mount.

(Rd 3 - 02:15) He goes for the mount but Passos starts a scramble for position.

(Rd 3 - 02:01) The scramble results in Passos turtled with Dancer on his back.

(Rd 3 - 01:41) Passos gets quickly back to his feet, although Dancer does get back control.

(Rd 3 - 01:32) Dancer looks for a trip takedown while holding Passos from behind.

(Rd 3 - 01:32) Passos dragged down by a very tired-looking takedown.

(Rd 3 - 01:18) Passos winds up on his back with Dancer in side control.

(Rd 3 - 01:18) Dancer begins trying to get himself into mount.

(Rd 3 - 01:18) Dancer almost gets mount, but Passos was ready and a scramble for position ensues.

(Rd 3 - 01:05) The scramble results in Passos being on his back pulling guard.

(Rd 3 - 00:54) We have one minute of the round remaining.

(Rd 3 - 00:54) Dancer clings very tight to Passos while using short strikes, clearly trying to minimise the threat of a submission attempt.

(Rd 3 - 00:43) Passos tries to smother Dancer by holding him, but can't keep control.

(Rd 3 - 00:33) Dancer begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.

(Rd 3 - 00:33) Passos allows the pass, but it's just a ploy to allow him to try and scramble.

(Rd 3 - 00:20) The scramble sees Dancer up first, and he is quick to grab a waist lock on Passos, gaining back control.

(Rd 3 - 00:01) Dancer looks to drag Passos down while holding him from behind.

(Rd 3 - 00:01) Passos digs in and manages to defend the takedown.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The ring announcer is now giving the official decisions.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges have Dancer down as the winner.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Making French 'Private' Dancer the winner by unanimous decision!

 

 

 

Official Result: French 'Private' Dancer defeats Andre Passos (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

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CTC WOMENS FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Helena Broderick (7-1) vs. Kyoko Junna (8-1)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The first of the main fights is Helena Broderick taking on Kyoko Junna.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Leo Behan will be the referee.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Edward Wilde, Johnny Beerbohm, and Reginald Wodehouse.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Junna doesn't touch gloves, drawing some heat from the crowd.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Broderick stalks forward, pressuring Junna.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Junna fires off a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Broderick throws a one-two, but Junna was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Broderick comes forward, walking down Junna.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Junna hits two left hands on the counter.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Broderick can't hit a set-up left jab, but then she hits a crunching straight right to the jaw!

(Rd 1 - 09:28) She's down! Junna falls to the floor!

(Rd 1 - 09:16) Broderick starts pounding away on Junna, looking to finish her off!

(Rd 1 - 09:16) Broderick fires away and Junna is eating powerful shot after powerful shot!

(Rd 1 - 09:16) The referee jumps in quickly as Junna has gone out!

(Rd 1 - 08:59) The winner, by knock out; Helena Broderick!

(Rd 1 - 08:59) Helena Broderick books a semi-final spot in the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: Helena Broderick defeats Kyoko Junna (Knock Out (Punch) in 1:01 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 WOMENS FLYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Trish Biel (8-0) vs. Lora Hayes (7-2)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which 'The Real Deal' Trish Biel goes head to head with 'The Danish Danger' Lora Hayes.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Kyle Crisp is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Millhouse Twain, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:52) Biel aggressively comes forward, willing to risk getting hit so that she can grapple.

(Rd 1 - 09:52) A jab is wide from Hayes, but then she lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:40) Biel seizes the chance and grabs Hayes into a clinch.

(Rd 1 - 09:33) Hayes gets caught with a couple of nice short punches as Biel uses her dirty boxing to inflict some punishment.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Getting underhooks, Biel looks for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Biel sweeps the legs and takes Hayes down, hard.

(Rd 1 - 09:22) Hayes gives up her back off the takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:09) Biel pounds away with rights, a couple of heavy shots get through and rock Hayes.

(Rd 1 - 08:52) Biel tries to get the rear naked choke applied.

(Rd 1 - 08:52) Hayes fights off the rear naked choke attempt.

(Rd 1 - 08:28) Biel blocks Hayes as she tries to roll over.

(Rd 1 - 08:11) Biel successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.

(Rd 1 - 07:58) Biel, with both hooks fully in, tries to get the rear naked choke applied.

(Rd 1 - 07:58) Biel gets the rear naked choke fully applied and Hayes has to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 07:28) The winner, by submission, is 'The Real Deal' Trish Biel!

(Rd 1 - 07:28) Trish Biel has won a spot in the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Real Deal' Trish Biel defeats 'The Danish Danger' Lora Hayes (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:32 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

 

CTC WOMENS FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Kochiyo Chikamatsu (9-0) vs. Daljir Samir (10-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Kochiyo Chikamatsu fighting Daljit Samir.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner will advance into the semi-finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Kyle Crisp.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Reginald Wodehouse, Millhouse Twain, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Samir looks confident, shortening the range as she looks to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Samir hits a left hand, but Chikamatsu steps back to avoid a right to the body.

(Rd 1 - 09:27) Samir lands a jab and then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 09:10) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 1 - 08:39) Samir can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right roundhouse kick to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 08:20) Samir can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) Chikamatsu may have been aiming to get in close, but Samir aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) A jab hits home from Samir and then she hits Chikamatsu with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) Samir looks confident, shortening the range as she looks to strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) It looked like we were about to see Chikamatsu try and get some grappling started, but Samir was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) Samir lands a left hand and then catches Chikamatsu with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 07:36) Samir lands two jabs and then lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:11) Samir connects with a nice jab and then hits Chikamatsu with a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 06:50) Samir connects with a nice jab and then lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:37) A jab is wide from Samir, but then she lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:28) Samir switches to a southpaw stance.

(Rd 1 - 06:17) Circling warily, Chikamatsu is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 1 - 06:17) Samir uses a right jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 1 - 05:54) Chikamatsu may have been aiming to get in close, but Samir aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 05:54) Samir can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then hits Chikamatsu with a straight left.

(Rd 1 - 05:42) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:42) Chikamatsu misses a right hook and gets countered with a right jab and a right to the body.

(Rd 1 - 05:21) Samir comes forward on the attack.

(Rd 1 - 05:21) Chikamatsu hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 05:21) Samir hits a right jab and then she catches Chikamatsu with a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) Samir lands a right hand and then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) We pass the halfway mark of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Samir comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Chikamatsu hit two counter left hands.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Samir fails to find a home for her jab, but then she catches Chikamatsu with a left kick to the head.

(Rd 1 - 04:19) Samir hits a right jab and then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:05) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:05) Chikamatsu misses a right cross that leaves her wide open to the counter. Samir comes in with a right jab and a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 03:42) Samir doesn't trouble her opponent with a combination ending in a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 03:35) Seizing the opportunity, Chikamatsu clinches.

(Rd 1 - 03:26) With Samir controlled by the clinch, Chikamatsu looks to be attempting to set up a judo throw.

(Rd 1 - 03:26) An excellent outside leg trip sees Samir get thrown to the mat!

(Rd 1 - 03:26) Samir gives up her back.

(Rd 1 - 03:13) Chikamatsu successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.

(Rd 1 - 03:02) With both hooks in and therefore great control of the body, Chikamatsu tries to finish Samir off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 1 - 03:02) The rear naked choke is in deep, Samir has to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 02:33) Kochiyo Chikamatsu takes the win by submission!

(Rd 1 - 02:33) Into the semi finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament goes Kochiyo Chikamatsu.

 

 

 

Official Result: Kochiyo Chikamatsu defeats Daljit Samir (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:27 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 WOMENS FLYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Catalina Vinicios (6-0) vs. Roz Wareing (8-3-1)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which Catalina Vinicios battles Roz Wareing.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Millhouse Twain, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's a roar from the crowd as Wareing enters, she is from around here.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:55) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:55) Vinicios scores with a quick kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 1 - 09:55) Wareing scores a glancing blow with a right head kick.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) Wareing forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) Vinicios fires off a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) Wareing can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then she lands a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:11) Wareing misses a right hook and leaves herself open to be countered with a jab and a right hook that is ducked.

(Rd 1 - 08:43) Wareing attacks with strikes.

(Rd 1 - 08:43) Vinicios throws a counter jab but misses.

(Rd 1 - 08:43) Wareing can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then she scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) Wareing comes forward to attack.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) Wareing moves inside, into the pocket, looking to pressure Vinicios.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) A one-two from Wareing fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Wareing misses with a big right hand, allowing Vinicios to counter with a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Both fighters throw but neither can land a shot.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Wareing misses with a head kick attempt.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Vinicios is off-target with a jab and also is well off target with a head kick.

(Rd 1 - 07:14) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but neither lands anything significant in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 06:57) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:57) Vinicios throws a leg kick but doesn't make contact. Wareing counters with a jab and a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 06:38) Wareing stalks forward, pressuring Vinicios.

(Rd 1 - 06:38) Vinicios misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 06:38) Wareing can't connect with a jab, but then she lands a big right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:18) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:18) Wareing counters a right hand with a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 06:03) The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands.

(Rd 1 - 05:41) The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) Wareing steps forward, looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) Vinicios misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 05:06) A jab lands from Wareing but misses with a low kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:58) We pass the halfway mark of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:58) Wareing studies her opponent, looking pretty relaxed and confident at this point.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Vinicios is off target with a left jab but gets a glancing blow with a high kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Wareing lands a spin kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) Wareing comes forward, walking down Vinicios.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) Vinicios fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 04:21) Wareing lands a jab and then she scores with a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 03:57) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:57) Wareing throws a leg kick but it gets checked.

(Rd 1 - 03:57) Vinicios misses with a left jab and also doesn't get a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 03:28) Wareing attacks with strikes.

(Rd 1 - 03:28) Vinicios fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 03:28) Wareing throws a one-two, but Vinicios was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 03:11) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 03:11) Wareing counters a right hand with a left jab and a low kick.

(Rd 1 - 02:49) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 02:34) Taking a few gulps of breath, Wareing is giving the first hint that she is starting to tire a touch.

(Rd 1 - 02:28) The two fighters stand and trade strikes but neither lands anything damaging.

(Rd 1 - 02:02) Wareing comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.

(Rd 1 - 02:02) Vinicios lands a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 02:02) Wareing lands a left hand and then she hits Vinicios with a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 01:44) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 01:19) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 01:19) It's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes but fail to land anything.

(Rd 1 - 01:19) Wareing tries a right hand but it gets absorbed on her opponent's gloves.

(Rd 1 - 01:19) Vinicios tries a kick to the body but can't get it.

(Rd 1 - 00:59) We're into the final minute of the round.

(Rd 1 - 00:59) Wareing comes forward on the attack.

(Rd 1 - 00:59) Vinicios throws a counter jab but misses.

(Rd 1 - 00:59) A jab is wide from Wareing, but then she lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 00:44) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 00:44) Vinicios misses a right hook and leaves herself open to be countered with a stinging right high kick.

(Rd 1 - 00:33) Backing off, Vinicios stumbles and almost goes down...I think she is hurt!

(Rd 1 - 00:33) A right cross catches Vinicios but lacked power.

(Rd 1 - 00:10) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 00:10) Wareing dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a left jab and a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round one.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number two begins!

(Rd 2 - 09:49) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:49) Vinicios doesn't connect with a left jab but scores a glancing blow with a right head kick.

(Rd 2 - 09:49) Wareing hits a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Vinicios is off-target with a jab but scores with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Wareing hits a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 09:04) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:04) Vinicios misses a right hook and gets countered with a jab and a good right hook.

(Rd 2 - 08:39) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 2 - 08:39) Vinicios misses with a big right hand, allowing Wareing to counter with a left jab and a low kick.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) Vinicios misses with a left jab but hits a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 2 - 08:11) Wareing lands a nice high roundhouse kick.

(Rd 2 - 08:00) Wareing sees that Vinicios is wobbly and comes in for the kill! Vinicios just covers up, leaning on the cage, too dazed to do anything but try and survive the next few seconds!

(Rd 2 - 08:00) Wareing goes under the guard and nails Vinicios with a right uppercut! What a shot!

(Rd 2 - 08:00) Referee Kenneth Capote jumps in and saves Vinicios from taking any more shots!

(Rd 2 - 07:54) The winner, by TKO, is Roz Wareing!

(Rd 2 - 07:54) Roz Wareing books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: Roz Wareing defeats Catalina Vinicios (TKO (Strikes) in 2:06 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 WOMENS FLYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Maria Ferraz (6-1) vs. Leslie Myers (6-1)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which Maria 'Fine Frenzy' Ferraz squares off with Leslie Myers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament is at stake.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Kyle Crisp.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Millhouse Twain, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) It looked like we were about to see a shot from Myers, but Ferraz was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 09:48) Ferraz lands a right hand and then scores with a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:30) Myers hits a jab, but it had no power at all behind it.

(Rd 1 - 09:30) Ferraz fails to find a home for her jab, but then catches Myers with a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:14) Ferraz can't hit a set-up right jab, but then catches Myers with a crunching left hook.

(Rd 1 - 08:53) A jab is wide from Ferraz, but then she scores with a left cross that landed hard.

(Rd 1 - 08:34) A jab hits home from Ferraz and then she lands a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:11) Myers hits a jab, but it had no power at all behind it.

(Rd 1 - 08:11) Ferraz hits a right jab and then catches Myers with a crunching left hook.

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Myers looked like she was going to shoot, but Ferraz simply took the initiative first.

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Ferraz lands a right hand and then lands a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) Myers shoots in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) The takedown is unsuccessful, Ferraz sprawled to block it and then steps back to safety.

(Rd 1 - 07:03) Ferraz throws a quick punch but doesn't land.

(Rd 1 - 06:58) Myers moves in fast and clinches with Ferraz.

(Rd 1 - 06:50) Myers is looking to muscle Ferraz back against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:50) She does so and now has Ferraz pinned to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) Showing her ability to exert control, Myers smothers Ferraz up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) A full minute passes with the two opponents pressed up close and exchanging short punches to the body and side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 05:27) Myers looks to sweep a leg in order to execute a sharp trip.

(Rd 1 - 05:27) Myers gets side control off a superb outside leg trip!

(Rd 1 - 05:08) Myers attempts to armbar Ferraz from side control.

(Rd 1 - 05:08) Ferraz defends herself well and is in no danger.

(Rd 1 - 04:37) Ferraz tries to sweep Myers but can't do it.

(Rd 1 - 04:20) In side control, Myers throws a couple of punches designed to keep Ferraz guessing.

(Rd 1 - 04:03) Ferraz tries to sweep Myers but can't.

(Rd 1 - 03:45) In side control, Myers catches her breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 1 - 03:26) Myers attempts the mount.

(Rd 1 - 03:26) Myers mounts Ferraz.

(Rd 1 - 02:48) Myers tries to set up Ferraz for an armbar.

(Rd 1 - 02:48) Ferraz does excellently, defending the armbar and using it to get on top in side control.

(Rd 1 - 02:22) Ferraz throws a few left hands, but is mainly trying to catch her breath.

(Rd 1 - 01:58) Myers scoots around and wraps her legs around Ferraz to pull guard.

(Rd 1 - 01:39) Not giving her opponent any room to work, Ferraz keeps close body-to-body contact while throwing short strikes to the head and body.

(Rd 1 - 01:26) Ferraz gets pulled in tight, stopping her from posturing up or launching any attacks.

(Rd 1 - 00:57) We're into the final minute of the round.

(Rd 1 - 00:57) Not giving her opponent any room to work, Ferraz keeps close body-to-body contact while throwing short strikes to the head and body.

(Rd 1 - 00:46) Securing an arm, Myers then brings her legs up and tries to lock Ferraz in a triangle choke.

(Rd 1 - 00:46) Myers gets the triangle fully applied...and there's the tap out!

(Rd 1 - 00:20) The winner, by submission, is Leslie Myers!

(Rd 1 - 00:20) Leslie Myers books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: Leslie Myers defeats Maria 'Fine Frenzy' Ferraz (Submission (Triangle With Armbar) in 9:40 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

CTC SEASON 1 WOMENS FLYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Toni Dietrich (7-0) vs. Steph Smith (7-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Toni Dietrich taking on 'Stunning' Steph Smith.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Kenneth Capote.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Johnny Beerbohm, Reginald Wodehouse, and Millhouse Twain.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) It looked like we were about to see Smith try and get some grappling started, but Dietrich was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Dietrich lands a left jab, but finds nothing but air with a big right.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Smith slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a quick left jab and a solid right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Blood is visible on Dietrich, a strike looks to have opened up a cut under her eye.

(Rd 1 - 09:14) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but neither fighter lands anything good.

(Rd 1 - 08:42) A jab is wide from Dietrich, but then she lands a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:26) Dietrich throws a one-two, but Smith was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 08:00) An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.

(Rd 1 - 07:31) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:31) Dietrich dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) The two fighters strike, but without success.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) Smith is off target with a left jab and also doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:15) Dietrich misses with a left jab and also doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:52) Smith comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 06:52) The takedown is unsuccessful, Dietrich sprawled to block it and then steps back to safety.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Smith hits a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Dietrich is off target with a left jab but hits a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:01) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:01) Smith hits a jab but finds her right cross blocked.

(Rd 1 - 06:01) Dietrich misses a jab but scores with a great right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:40) Smith shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 05:40) Dietrich sprawls well, preventing the takedown, and then moves out of range.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:17) Smith lands a left jab and a right cross. Dietrich hits a left jab and also just about lands a head kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:47) A jab lands from Dietrich, but Smith avoids a big right.

(Rd 1 - 04:35) Smith gets hold of Dietrich without taking too much damage.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) Smith tries to take Dietrich down.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) The takedown is completed, Smith gets side control from it.

(Rd 1 - 04:13) Smith begins trying to get herself into mount.

(Rd 1 - 04:13) She can't get the mount as Dietrich rolls away to stop it, but does take her back instead.

(Rd 1 - 03:24) Smith tries to finish Dietrich off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 1 - 03:24) The rear naked choke is in deep, Dietrich has to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 03:02) Steph Smith takes the victory by way of submission!

(Rd 1 - 03:02) Steph Smith advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Womens Flyweight Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: 'Stunning' Steph Smith defeats Toni Dietrich (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:58 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

 

CO-MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC WOMENS FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL

BOUT

 

 

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Jenny DeNeuve (7-1) vs. Rennaya Rives (8-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The co-main event is up next. 'The Electrifying' Jenny DeNeuve goes head to head with Rennaya Rives in the CTC Womens Flyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Kyle Crisp is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Millhouse Twain, Ian Rivers, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:54) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) The two fighters strike, but without success.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) Rives is off target with a right jab and also is wide of the mark on a head kick attempt.

(Rd 1 - 09:54) DeNeuve is off target with a left jab and also has a right hand absorbed on the gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:35) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 08:58) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:58) Rives scores with a brace of jabs and also lands a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 08:58) DeNeuve hits a jab and also nails a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:33) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 1 - 07:58) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:58) DeNeuve misses a right cross that leaves her wide open to the counter. Rives comes in with a jab and a right hook to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 07:43) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:43) DeNeuve scores with a jab and also hits a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 07:43) Rives uses a right jab and also hits a spinning kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 07:27) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:27) DeNeuve hits a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:27) Rives lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) DeNeuve slips past a left hook attempt and attacks with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:53) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 06:53) Rives misses a jab but hits a glancing high kick.

(Rd 1 - 06:53) DeNeuve uses a pair of left jabs and also lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 06:53) DeNeuve looks to have been cut above her eye, blood is trickling down.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) DeNeuve lands a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 06:32) Rives hits a couple of jabs and also connects with a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) DeNeuve uses a pair of left jabs and also scores with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) Rives scores with a brace of jabs and also lands a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) An exchange of blows comes and goes without either fighter really landing anything significant.

(Rd 1 - 05:15) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:15) DeNeuve is off-target with a jab but connects with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 05:15) Rives scores with a jab but has a left hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) Rives slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a thumping kick to the thigh.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 04:29) Rives counters a right hand with a right jab and a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 04:13) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.

(Rd 1 - 03:54) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 03:54) Rives misses with a right jab but hits a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 03:54) DeNeuve uses a left jab but doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 03:30) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:30) DeNeuve hits a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 03:30) Rives scores with a brace of jabs but has a left hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 03:00) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 02:25) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 02:25) Rives dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a right jab and a good left hook.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) With DeNeuve bleeding, the referee pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) The doctor checks the wound, and doesn't take long to signal to the referee that it is only minor.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) We're back underway!

(Rd 1 - 02:07) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 02:07) DeNeuve dodges a left hand and counter-attacks with a left jab and a right hand to the body that is too short.

(Rd 1 - 01:46) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 01:46) DeNeuve lands a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 01:46) Rives is off-target with a jab but lands a right kick to the rib cage.

(Rd 1 - 01:28) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 01:28) Rives lands a right jab but finds her left cross blocked.

(Rd 1 - 01:28) DeNeuve lands a left jab but comes up short on a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 01:09) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 01:09) DeNeuve dodges a left hand and counter-attacks with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 00:59) We have one minute of the round remaining.

(Rd 1 - 00:49) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 00:49) Rives hits a jab but has a left hand blocked. DeNeuve hits a left jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 00:41) Taking a few gulps of breath, DeNeuve is giving the first hint that she is starting to tire a touch.

(Rd 1 - 00:31) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 00:31) DeNeuve misses with a left jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 00:31) Rives misses a jab but hits a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 1 - 00:12) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 00:12) DeNeuve lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 00:12) Rives lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round one.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number two begins!

(Rd 2 - 10:00) DeNeuve is limping slightly.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) Rives scores a glancing blow with a left head kick.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) DeNeuve misses a jab but hits a right hand.

(Rd 2 - 09:41) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:41) DeNeuve slips past a left hook attempt and attacks with a left jab and a high kick that misses.

(Rd 2 - 09:15) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.

(Rd 2 - 09:05) DeNeuve limps slightly as she circles.

(Rd 2 - 08:58) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 2 - 08:58) DeNeuve lands a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 08:58) Rives lands two jabs and also hits a glancing blow with a high kick.

(Rd 2 - 08:30) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 08:30) Rives slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a jab and a head kick attempt that doesn't connect.

(Rd 2 - 08:20) DeNeuve is limping a little bit.

(Rd 2 - 08:08) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 08:08) DeNeuve hits a jab but has a right hand absorbed on the gloves.

(Rd 2 - 08:08) Rives finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two.

(Rd 2 - 07:54) Rives is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.

(Rd 2 - 07:41) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:41) Rives hits a right hand.

(Rd 2 - 07:41) DeNeuve hits a left jab but finds her right cross blocked.

(Rd 2 - 07:29) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 2 - 07:05) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:05) Rives parries away a right head kick attempt and counters with a right jab and a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 2 - 06:41) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 2 - 06:41) Rives hits a right roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 06:41) DeNeuve is off target with a left jab but scores with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 06:27) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 06:27) Rives goes for a leg kick but doesn't connect.

(Rd 2 - 06:27) DeNeuve attempts a body kick but comes up short.

(Rd 2 - 06:05) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 06:05) Rives counters a right hand with a spinning kick to the body.

(Rd 2 - 05:48) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither can land a significant shot.

(Rd 2 - 05:33) DeNeuve clinches up, looking shattered.

(Rd 2 - 05:33) Rives tries to take DeNeuve down.

(Rd 2 - 05:33) The takedown is successful, DeNeuve pulls guard.

(Rd 2 - 05:15) Rives unloads with elbows, but doesn't do a great deal of damage.

(Rd 2 - 05:02) DeNeuve bursts into life and tries to scramble into a better position.

(Rd 2 - 05:02) There wasn't enough separation though, Rives is able to catch her and secure side control.

(Rd 2 - 04:43) Rives unloads with two big elbows but DeNeuve covers up well and absorbs all of the impact on her forearms.

(Rd 2 - 04:32) DeNeuve tries to pull guard on Rives but doesn't get anywhere with the attempt.

(Rd 2 - 04:19) Rives pounds away with three elbow strikes in quick succession but doesn't do much damage.

(Rd 2 - 04:02) DeNeuve tries to move to guard, but Rives doesn't allow it.

(Rd 2 - 03:46) Rives throws a few left hands as she takes a moment to plan ahead.

(Rd 2 - 03:21) Rives unloads with two big elbows but DeNeuve covers up well and absorbs all of the impact on her forearms.

(Rd 2 - 03:10) DeNeuve tries to move to guard, but Rives doesn't allow it.

(Rd 2 - 02:52) Rives throws a few left hands as she takes a moment to plan ahead.

(Rd 2 - 02:23) DeNeuve tries to sweep Rives but can't do it.

(Rd 2 - 02:04) Rives fires off a few punches as she catches her breath.

(Rd 2 - 01:46) Rives throws some short elbows but DeNeuve defends against them well.

(Rd 2 - 01:31) Rives blocks DeNeuve as she tries a sweep from side control.

(Rd 2 - 01:12) Rives pounds away with elbow strikes but fails to land any significant blows.

(Rd 2 - 00:57) DeNeuve tries the sweep, but only succeeds in shifting Rives slightly, ending up under north-south position.

(Rd 2 - 00:36) DeNeuve catches Rives trying to move to side control, and scrambles fast.

(Rd 2 - 00:24) Rives manages to come out on top, holding DeNeuve down in turtle position, facing her.

(Rd 2 - 00:06) Rives unloads with big lefts, but DeNeuve covers up well.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) Round two ends as time expires.

 

 

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) And here we go, one last round!

(Rd 3 - 09:47) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:47) DeNeuve uses a left jab but can't get a kick to the body.

(Rd 3 - 09:47) Rives goes to the legs with a low kick.

(Rd 3 - 09:26) They come together and strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:26) DeNeuve misses with a big right hand, allowing Rives to counter with a quick right jab and a kick to the leg.

(Rd 3 - 09:16) A little fatigue may be creeping in, DeNeuve is starting to move noticeably more slowly now.

(Rd 3 - 09:10) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) DeNeuve is looking really tired.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) The fighters, both of whom look very tired, fall into a ragged clinch.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) Rives looks for a trip takedown.

(Rd 3 - 08:56) DeNeuve stops the takedown attempt, then uses her wrestling to take control of the grapple.

(Rd 3 - 08:29) DeNeuve tries to take Rives down.

(Rd 3 - 08:29) DeNeuve can't get the takedown as Rives wrestles her way into a dominant position.

(Rd 3 - 08:18) Rives looks for a trip takedown.

(Rd 3 - 08:18) DeNeuve blocks the attempt by keeping a solid base.

(Rd 3 - 08:07) Rives attempts to wrestle DeNeuve to the ground.

(Rd 3 - 08:07) DeNeuve stops the takedown attempt, then uses her wrestling to take control of the grapple.

(Rd 3 - 07:53) DeNeuve tries to take Rives down.

(Rd 3 - 07:53) DeNeuve doesn't get it, Rives blocked any attempt to move her.

(Rd 3 - 07:37) The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.

(Rd 3 - 07:19) A little fatigue may be creeping in, Rives is starting to move noticeably more slowly now.

(Rd 3 - 07:19) DeNeuve limps pretty heavily as she circles around.

(Rd 3 - 07:08) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 3 - 07:08) DeNeuve scores with a jab but has a right hand blocked.

(Rd 3 - 07:08) Rives misses with a right jab but connects with a left hand.

(Rd 3 - 06:42) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 3 - 06:42) DeNeuve scores with a jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 3 - 06:42) Rives lands a one-two.

(Rd 3 - 06:20) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) The fighters, both of whom look very tired, fall into a ragged clinch.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) Clinched with DeNeuve, Rives looks to try and take her down.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) Rives can't get the takedown as DeNeuve wrestles her way into a dominant position.

(Rd 3 - 05:37) DeNeuve attempts a trip to put Rives on the ground.

(Rd 3 - 05:37) Rives stops the attempted trip, then uses her wrestling to take control of the grapple.

(Rd 3 - 05:12) Rives looks to set up a trip takedown.

(Rd 3 - 05:12) It doesn't work, DeNeuve defended against it well.

(Rd 3 - 04:57) Rives is breathing very hard.

(Rd 3 - 04:57) We pass the halfway mark of this round.

(Rd 3 - 04:57) Clinched with DeNeuve, Rives looks to try and take her down.

(Rd 3 - 04:57) DeNeuve blocks the takedown attempt and takes control of the grapple.

(Rd 3 - 04:27) Clinched with Rives, DeNeuve looks to try and take her down.

(Rd 3 - 04:27) Rives blocks the attempt by keeping a solid base.

(Rd 3 - 04:09) DeNeuve looks like she doesn't have a lot left to give.

(Rd 3 - 04:09) The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.

(Rd 3 - 03:38) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 3 - 03:38) Rives counters a right hand with a quick right hook.

(Rd 3 - 03:14) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 3 - 03:14) DeNeuve misses with a big right hand, allowing Rives to counter with a solid left hand.

(Rd 3 - 02:47) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 3 - 02:47) DeNeuve is off-target with a jab but hits a right hand.

(Rd 3 - 02:47) Rives lands a one-two.

(Rd 3 - 02:32) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 3 - 02:32) Rives finds a way past her opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two. DeNeuve is off-target with a jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 3 - 02:12) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 3 - 02:12) DeNeuve misses a right cross that leaves her wide open to the counter. Rives comes in with a jab and a right to the body.

(Rd 3 - 01:58) DeNeuve has a definite limp from the damage she has taken to her legs.

(Rd 3 - 01:43) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 3 - 01:43) DeNeuve misses a right hook and leaves herself open to be countered with a jab and a solid left hand.

(Rd 3 - 01:17) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 3 - 01:17) DeNeuve lands a left hook.

(Rd 3 - 01:17) Rives finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two.

(Rd 3 - 01:08) DeNeuve is limping noticeably.

(Rd 3 - 01:03) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 3 - 01:03) Rives counters a right hand with a jab and a low kick that can't connect.

(Rd 3 - 00:54) We're into the final minute of the round.

(Rd 3 - 00:41) They come together and strike.

(Rd 3 - 00:41) DeNeuve hits a left jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 3 - 00:41) Rives lands a one-two.

(Rd 3 - 00:32) Both fighters look spent, and at close range they fall into a clinch.

(Rd 3 - 00:32) Clinched with DeNeuve, Rives looks to try and take her down.

(Rd 3 - 00:32) Rives doesn't get it, DeNeuve blocked any attempt to move her.

(Rd 3 - 00:12) Rives looks to sweep a leg out from under DeNeuve so as to take her down with a trip.

(Rd 3 - 00:12) Rives can't get the trip, as DeNeuve wrestles her way into a dominant position.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The judges have given their decisions, which are about to be announced.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges have given Rives the win.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Rennaya Rives wins by unanimous decision!

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Rennaya Rives advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: Rennaya Rives defeats 'The Electrifying' Jenny DeNeuve (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

CTC WOMENS FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

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Natasha Mellow (7-1) vs. Sandy Oliver (12-0)

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) It's time for the main event of the evening! Natasha Mellow takes on 'The Lady Of 1,000 Submissions' Sandy Oliver in the CTC Womens Flyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our cageside judges are: Edward Wilde, Johnny Beerbohm, and Reginald Wodehouse.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 09:14) Oliver, wanting to grapple, comes forward. She appears willing to risk a few shots to close the distance.

(Rd 1 - 09:14) Mellow lands a left jab, but Oliver evades a big right punch.

(Rd 1 - 09:02) Without taking too much damage, Oliver is able to clinch with Mellow.

(Rd 1 - 08:53) Clinched with Mellow, Oliver looks to try and take her down.

(Rd 1 - 08:53) Mellow cannot stop the takedown and gives up side control.

(Rd 1 - 08:42) Oliver throws a few weak-looking punches as she decides on her next move.

(Rd 1 - 08:23) Mellow tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.

(Rd 1 - 08:12) Ambitiously, Oliver tries to get Mellow set up for a D'Arce choke from side control.

(Rd 1 - 08:12) Mellow fights off the D'Arce attempt.

(Rd 1 - 07:54) Mellow tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.

(Rd 1 - 07:35) Showing great technique, Oliver tries to set up a D'Arce choke from side control.

(Rd 1 - 07:35) Mellow fights off the D'Arce attempt.

(Rd 1 - 07:08) Mellow tries to move to guard, but Oliver doesn't allow it.

(Rd 1 - 06:57) Oliver tries to ensnare Mellow in a kimura.

(Rd 1 - 06:57) Oliver gets a kimura, she twists the arm backwards at a painful angle!

(Rd 1 - 06:57) Shockingly, Oliver loses it! Mellow pops her arm free, and has somehow survived!

(Rd 1 - 06:57) Oliver retains side control though, so the danger has far from passed.

(Rd 1 - 06:33) Mellow tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.

(Rd 1 - 06:16) Oliver tries to ensnare Mellow in a kimura.

(Rd 1 - 06:16) Mellow gets caught by the kimura, and it's deep enough that she has to tap!

(Rd 1 - 05:42) By submission, the winner is Sandy Oliver!

(Rd 1 - 05:42) Sandy Oliver books a semi-final spot in the CTC Womens Flyweight Championship Tournament tournament.

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Lady Of 1,000 Submissions' Sandy Oliver defeats Natasha Mellow (Submission (Kimura) in 4:18 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

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Attendance: 506

Gate Reciepts: 51,865

Sponsorship: 48,112

Ad Revenue: 278,672

Merchandise: 4,701

Profit: 284,130

 

Critical Rating: 73%

Commercial Rating: 35%

 

Fight of the Night: Steph Smith vs Toni Dietrich

KO of the Night: Helena Broderick

Submission of the Night: Trish Biel

 

 

 

UPDATED TOURNAMENT BRACKETS

 

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Fallout

 

- Elizabeth Lindley suffered a broken jaw during his knock out loss to Rhonda Britton, and will be out for 3 weeks recovering.

 

- Rhonda Britton took the mic after her fight, and asked for a fight with Shannon Palmer.

 

- Trish Biel took to the mic to ask for a fight with Rennaya Rives. Since they are both in different tournaments this will not happen anytime soon, though if things fall right for both women, and they win their tournaments, it could be a title fight, we'll have to wait and see.

 

- Kochiyo Chikamatsu challenged Sandy Oliver to a fight. This is fortuitous, since they will meet in the Championship TOurnament Semi-Finals.

 

- Sandy Oliver asked for a fight with Daljit Samir. This will not happen soon, since Sandy is still participating in the tournament.

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</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC Sunday Night Fights 1</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Sunday, Week 4, January 2002</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:36px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Mike Watson (14-1) vs. Anthony LeToussier (15-3)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

A massive clash between two of the best Canadian fighters on the planet. Both are massively popular fighters, and when Watson left GAMMA to join the CTC, he was their Light Heavyweight Champion! Watson's claim to fame is his superior striking, with hands that move so fast, opponents are knocked out before they see the punch coming! Since losing to Spencer Rubenstein in a title fight at GAMMA 22, Watson is on a three fight winning streak, including a first round knock out of Ken Peters, a Unanimous Decision victory over John Rivero, and a second round knock out of Marlon John to win the GAMMA Light Heavyweight Title! Anthony LeToussier is a kickboxer, with devastating kicks, and a well rounded ground game. He just ended a three fight losing streak with a third round TKO victory over Ricky Heath at GAMMA 46!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:24px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CO-MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Kendall Tracey (11-3) vs. Russell McPhee (20-8)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Kendall Tracey was a GAMMA regular for many years, a strong wrestler, he can use submissions, and has decent stand-up. He is coming off a second round Rear Naked Choke submission loss to Toby Sorkin at GAMMA 49. Russell McPhee is a veteran of the Canadian Regional circuit. A kickboxer, he can stand and bang with the best of them, so opponents often look to exploit his horrid ground game.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">FINALS OF THE CTC SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Winner Books A Spot In The Season 2 Light Heavyweight Tournament</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Ryuji Ganaha (7-0) vs. Allen LeFleur (7-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

A dangerous, and versatile competitor, Ryuji Ganaha comes from a wrestling background, but has since trained hard to improve his overall MMA game. Allen LeFleur could probably fight at Heavyweight, but prefer to cut to Light Heavyweight to take advantage of his size. A strong wrestler, he has worked hard to develope an overall MMA game.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Jerry Bogdonovich (10-0) vs. Marcos Maciel (7-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

A relative unknown in Canada, Jerry Bogdonovich is fast becoming a cult favorite in the USA, due to his propensity to stand and bang, and finish with highlight reel knockouts. Marcos Maciel is a strong kickboxer, whose ground game can let him down. He has such a good sprawl that he rarely sees the ground however. He is coming off a Unanimous Decision loss to Oscarino Baptista in FLB.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Final</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night FIghts 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Final</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Joshua Hope (8-0) vs. Samuel Russo (18-13)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Joshua Hope is a top-level amateur wrestler, who is a great defensive fighter, difficult to takedown, submit, and has a strong chin. Samuel Russo is a long-time veteran of the Canadian regional MMA scene. His only claim to fame is his heavy hands, other than that he has virtually no MMA game.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Ken Peters (10-3) vs. Adrian Swall (9-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Ken Peters isn't the prettiest of fighters, known for using his wrestling background, to get takedowns, and smother opponents to decision victories. He came to GAMMA, and struggled with the step up in opposition. He is currently on the three fight losing streak, with a first round knock out loss to Mike Watson, and Unanimous Decision losses to Ricky Heath, and William Harrison. Adrian Swall is an immensely strong wrestler, who loves to push the pace and get in the face of his opponents. He also has heavy hands, and doesn't mind swinging for the fences.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: Jon Silvers (12-1) vs. Jericho Stewart (7-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Jon Silvers is a tall, lanky boxer, who likes to use his reach advantage to do damage, and has the power in his strikes to finish. While he has no ground game to speak of, he has a good sprawl that keeps him out of danger. Jericho Stewart is a powerful puncher, with quick hands, and a sprawl to keep himself out of trouble.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="color:#FF0000;"><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">PRELIMINARY CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Titi Stringer (4-0) vs. Alex Maitland (2-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Titi Stringer is a high level college wrestler, whose grappling and athleticism are his biggest strengths, he has begun to train his boxing as well. Alex Maitland is a student of Shaolin Kung Fu, and loves to stand and bang with opponents. He is known for his vicious leg kicks.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Ricky Driver (0-0) vs. Cal Hillson (6-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Ricky Driver is a strong grappler with heavy hands. He can be let down by his cardio. Cal Hillson is a brawler from Texas. He has an iron chin, and loves to get in close and bang with opponents since he can take the licking.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Trevion Chymes (14-13) vs. Datsakorn Pratoomwong (4-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Trevion Chymes is a long time veteran of the Canadian regional scene, a ground and pound specialist, his awful striking is his biggest downfall. Datsakorn Pratoomwong is a Kung Fu striker, dangerous and versatile. He could fight at Heavyweight, but chooses to cut to Light Heavyweight in order to maximize his size advantage. </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Dean Capers (4-0) vs. Ruben Rua (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Dean Capers was a star wrestler in college, and uses it to good effect to utterly control opponents. His striking is absolutely awful. Ruben Rua is a BJJ specialist, known for his excellent use of rubber guard. He's not a great striker, though he does have some decent boxing skills.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Light Heavyweight Bout: MacGregor Dare (8-0) vs. Logan Sky (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

MacGregor Dare is a versatile, and dangerous fighters, coupling strong wrestling skills, with heavy hands. Logan Sky is a high level kickboxer, with quick strikes, and elusive movement.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Weigh-In Results</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Mike Watson (205 lbs) vs. Anthony LeToussier (205 lbs)</p><p>

Kendall Tracey (205 lbs) vs. Russell McPhee (205 lbs)</p><p>

Ryuji Ganaha (205 lbs) vs. Allen LeFleur (205 lbs)</p><p>

Jerry Bogdonovich (205 lbs) vs. Marcos Maciel (205 lbs)</p><p>

Joshua Hope (205 lbs) vs. Samuel Russo (205 lbs)</p><p>

Ken Peters (205 lbs) vs. Adrian Swall (205 lbs)</p><p>

Jon Silvers (205 lbs) vs. Jericho Stewart (205 lbs)</p><p>

Titi Stringer (205 lbs) vs. Alex Maitland (205 lbs)</p><p>

Ricky Driver (205 lbs) vs. Cal Hillson (205 lbs)</p><p>

Trevion Chymes (205 lbs) vs. Datsakorn Pratoomwong (205 lbs)</p><p>

Dean Capers (205 lbs) vs. Ruben Rua (205 lbs)</p><p>

MacGregor Dare (205 lbs) vs. Logan Sky (205 lbs)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Full Fight Card</strong></p><p> </p><p>

LHW: Mike Watson vs Anthony LeToussier</p><p>

LHW : Kendall Tracey vs. Russell McPhee</p><p>

LHW FINAL: Stringer/Maitland/Driver/Hillson vs. Chymes/Pratoomwong/Capers/Rua</p><p>

LHW: Ryuji Ganaha vs. Allen LeFleur</p><p>

LHW: Jerry Bogdonovich vs. Marcos Maciel</p><p>

LHW Semi-Final: Chymes/Pratoomwong vs Capers/Rua</p><p>

LHW Semi-Final: Stringer/Maitland vs. Driver/Hillson</p><p>

LHW: Joshua Hope vs. Samuel Russo</p><p>

LHW: Ken Peters vs. Adrian Swall</p><p>

LHW: Jon Silvers vs. Jericho Stewart</p><p> </p><p>

LHW Quarter-Final: Titi Stringer vs. Alex Maitland</p><p>

LHW Quarter-Final: Ricky Driver vs. Cal Hillson</p><p>

LHW Quarter-Final: Trevion Chymes vs. Datsakorn Pratoomwong</p><p>

LHW Quarter-Final: Dean Capers vs. Ruben Rua</p><p>

LHW: MacGregor Dare vs. Logan Sky</p>

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Sunday, Week 4, January 2002

 

 

 

Live from Montreal, Quebec

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY CARD

 

 

 

Streamed Live on CTCombat.ca

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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MacGregor Dare (8-0) vs. Logan Sky (8-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our first fight of the night is 'The Hunter' MacGregor Dare vs. 'Intensity Personified' Logan Sky.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Edward Wilde, Benjamin Milligan III, and Stewart Morecambe.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:50) Moving forward constantly, Sky is pressuring Dare.

(Rd 1 - 09:50) Dare hits a jab in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 09:50) Sky doesn't land any of the three strikes he threw at Dare.

(Rd 1 - 09:20) Sky stalks forward, pressuring Dare.

(Rd 1 - 09:20) Dare lands a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 09:20) Sky connects with a jab but a big right head kick is wide of the mark.

(Rd 1 - 08:52) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) Sky comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) Dare hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:21) Sky throws a one-two, but Dare was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 08:09) Looking a bit tense, Dare moves around the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Sky stands ready as Dare moves in.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Sky misses with a left jab but hits a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Dare misses a jab but connects cleanly with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:35) Dare aggressively comes forward, willing to risk getting hit so that he can grapple.

(Rd 1 - 07:35) Sky throws a punch but Dare avoids it.

(Rd 1 - 07:29) Dare is able to grab Sky.

(Rd 1 - 07:19) Dare tries to wrestle Sky backward and up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:19) Sky ends up backed against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:07) Dare hits Sky with a short, sharp right uppercut, wobbling him.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Dare scores with an glancing elbow strike from the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 06:36) Sky, stuck against the cage, gets blasted with a right hand, but manages to pull Dare in close to stop any more coming in.

(Rd 1 - 06:22) Sky is pinned up against the cage and takes a big elbow strike to the face from the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 06:22) Sky looks to have been cut under his eye.

(Rd 1 - 06:06) Dare hits a knee strike to the side of the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 05:51) Sky is pressed up against the cage and held there.

(Rd 1 - 05:51) They dirty box each other at that range for sixty seconds or so.

(Rd 1 - 04:40) The lack of progress forces referee Leo Behan to separate the two fighters.

(Rd 1 - 04:30) Sky moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Dare into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:30) Dare lands a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:30) A jab is wide from Sky, but then he hits a nice straight right.

(Rd 1 - 04:10) Dare steps in, watched all the way by Sky.

(Rd 1 - 04:10) Dare hits a good right hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Sky immediately covers up and tries to retreat, only to end up against the cage! I think that he is dazed!

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Sky eats a right hook and is barely able to stand anymore! The cage is the only reason he is still upright!

(Rd 1 - 03:51) Sky uses his hands to push away a weak short-range knee strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:43) Sky uses his hands to push away a weak short-range knee strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:37) Dare moves in for the kill and lands a big right hand around the guard! Sky is rocked again!

(Rd 1 - 03:37) Referee Leo Behan pulls Dare away, stopping the fight! Sky is left slumped against the cage, dazed and wobbling.

(Rd 1 - 03:37) I think referee Leo Behan should have been quicker to react, Sky took more shots than necessary.

(Rd 1 - 03:30) 'The Hunter' MacGregor Dare takes the win by TKO!

 

 

Official Result: 'The Hunter' MacGregor Dare defeats 'Intensity Personified' Logan Sky (TKO (Strikes) in 6:30 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Dean Capers (4-0) vs. Ruben Rua (1-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Dean Capers taking on Ruben Rua.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the semi-finals of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight is at stake.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Edward Wilde, Benjamin Milligan III, and Stewart Morecambe.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Capers may have weighed in the same as Rua yesterday, but he clearly has a significant size advantage now.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 09:49) The two fighters get up close and start wrestling for position.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Capers manages to aggressively get a good position in the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 09:40) Capers is looking to muscle Rua back against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:40) He does so and now has Rua pinned to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Rua, stuck with his back against the cage, is pretty much trapped there thanks to the control that Capers is exerting.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) The next sixty seconds or so becomes a stalemate as neither fighter risks leaving a crucial opening that the other can exploit.

(Rd 1 - 08:23) It isn't a pretty tactic, but Capers is wearing Rua down by keeping him trapped up against the cage and forcing him to carry a lot of weight.

(Rd 1 - 08:23) They remain in that position, dirty boxing each other, for a further minute.

(Rd 1 - 07:35) Having been stuck against the cage for a while without any progress, the referee brings them back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:21) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither can land a significant shot.

(Rd 1 - 06:43) The two fighters come together in a clinch and start wrestling.

(Rd 1 - 06:43) Capers manages to get control of the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 06:37) Capers is looking to muscle Rua back against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:37) Capers achieves it, pinning Rua to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Rua is trapped up against the cage, unable to get free.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) They spend the next minute in that position, hitting each other with short punches to the body and side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 05:37) Capers smothers Rua against the cage and stomps down on his foot.

(Rd 1 - 05:28) Capers pins Rua up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 05:28) They engage in a gruelling close-up battle of short strikes for thirty seconds or more.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) We pass the halfway mark of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:56) Capers tries to keep him up against the cage, but Rua works enough space that he can slip out and away, back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 04:37) The two fighters get up close and start wrestling for position.

(Rd 1 - 04:37) Capers manages to get control of the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 04:31) Capers, controlling the grapple with Rua, tries to scoop him up for a slam.

(Rd 1 - 04:31) Rua has no answers, he gets lifted up and planted down! Capers ends up in guard.

(Rd 1 - 04:18) Capers lies on top of Rua, basically smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 03:52) Capers lies on top of Rua, basically smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 03:30) Rua is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Capers off of him.

(Rd 1 - 03:02) The clock runs down as Rua is being smothered against the ground by Capers.

(Rd 1 - 02:27) Capers lies on top of Rua, basically smothering him.

(Rd 1 - 01:51) The lack of progress forces referee Leo Behan to stand the fighters back up.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) They clinch up and start jockeying for position.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) Capers looks like he has gotten the better of the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 01:29) Capers looks to scoop his opponent up for a slam.

(Rd 1 - 01:29) Rua has no answers, he gets lifted up and planted down! Capers ends up in half guard.

(Rd 1 - 01:14) Capers fires off some rights, but Rua isn't troubled by them.

(Rd 1 - 00:58) Rua works some separation, then tries to quickly scramble his way into a better position.

(Rd 1 - 00:58) Capers is too quick though, and grabs side control before Rua can get up.

(Rd 1 - 00:33) Capers tries to pound on Rua, but none of the blows land with any degree of power.

(Rd 1 - 00:21) Rua tries to pull guard on Capers but doesn't get anywhere with the attempt.

(Rd 1 - 00:10) Capers fires off some rights, but Rua isn't troubled by them.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) The time runs out on round one.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!

(Rd 2 - 09:51) Rua connects with a nice jab and then catches Capers with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 09:35) There's a takedown attempt from Capers.

(Rd 2 - 09:35) Rua cannot stop the takedown and only catches Capers in half guard.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Capers attempts to pass half guard.

(Rd 2 - 09:25) Capers almost gets side control, but Rua was ready and a scramble for position ensues.

(Rd 2 - 09:14) Rua somehow manages to come out on top of Capers in north-south position.

(Rd 2 - 09:02) Rua attempts to set up a north-south choke.

(Rd 2 - 09:02) Capers can't prevent the choke from being applied, he has to tap!

(Rd 2 - 08:46) The winner, by submission; Ruben Rua!

(Rd 2 - 08:46) Ruben Rua books a semi-final spot in the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight.

 

 

 

Official Result: Ruben Rua defeats Dean Capers (Submission (North South Choke) in 1:14 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Trevion Chymes (14-13) vs. Datsakorn Pratoomwong (4-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up, Trevion Chymes facing Datsakorn 'Lefty' Pratoomwong.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The semi-finals of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Benjamin Milligan III, Stewart Morecambe, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:47) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but neither lands anything significant in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Pratoomwong dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a quick right jab and a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:10) Pratoomwong forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 09:10) Chymes fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 09:10) Pratoomwong lands a jab and then he scores with a left roundhouse kick to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Chymes misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a right jab and a left hand that landed cleanly.

(Rd 1 - 08:42) That last hit did some damage, Chymes is trying to cover up but is clearly hurt! He looks dazed and unsteady!

(Rd 1 - 08:42) A big left hand from Pratoomwong drops Chymes!

(Rd 1 - 08:36) Pratoomwong moves in quickly to try and finish Chymes with stomps and kicks!

(Rd 1 - 08:36) Pratoomwong is too slow though, and Chymes is back up.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Pratoomwong counters a right hand with a brace of jabs that are followed by a nice left hook.

(Rd 1 - 07:37) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.

(Rd 1 - 07:03) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but neither fighter lands anything good.

(Rd 1 - 06:35) They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging.

(Rd 1 - 06:11) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 05:44) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:44) Pratoomwong slips past a right hook and counters with a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 05:32) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:32) Chymes scores with a jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 05:32) Pratoomwong is off-target with a jab but hits a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 05:09) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:09) Chymes hits a left jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 05:09) Pratoomwong scores with a jab but misses a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 04:58) We pass the halfway mark of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Pratoomwong stalks forward, pressuring Chymes.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Chymes hits a jab in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Pratoomwong fails to find a home for his jab, but then he catches Chymes with a stunning left hook!

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Chymes hits the mat, that shot has rocked him!

(Rd 1 - 04:46) Pratoomwong knows that this is a golden opportunity and quickly pounces on Chymes, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!

(Rd 1 - 04:46) Pratoomwong pounds away on Chymes, who is getting destroyed by repeated heavy shots to the head!

(Rd 1 - 04:46) With Chymes taking a beating, referee Leo Behan has to stop the fight!

(Rd 1 - 04:35) Datsakorn Pratoomwong takes the victory by way of TKO!

(Rd 1 - 04:35) Datsakorn Pratoomwong books a semi-final spot in the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight.

 

 

 

Official Result: Datsakorn 'Lefty' Pratoomwong defeats Trevion Chymes (TKO (Strikes) in 5:25 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Ricky Driver (0-0) vs. Cal Hillson (6-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Ricky 'Pile' Driver squaring off with 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Leo Behan is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Christina Shaw, Edward Wilde, and Benjamin Milligan III.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) Driver dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.

(Rd 1 - 09:32) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:32) Driver connects with a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:32) Hillson scores with a jab and also nails a vicious right cross!

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Driver is knocked down by that shot!

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Hillson quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned Driver!

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Hillson pounds away, Driver is barely able to offer any defence at all!

(Rd 1 - 09:23) The referee has no option but to leap in and stop the fight!

(Rd 1 - 09:12) By TKO, the winner is Cal Hillson!

(Rd 1 - 09:12) Cal Hillson has won a spot in the semi-finals of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight.

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson defeats Ricky 'Pile' Driver (TKO (Strikes) in 0:48 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Titi Stringer (4-0) vs. Alex Maitland (2-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) In the last of the preliminary fights, Titi Stringer battles Alex 'Master Blaster' Maitland in the CTC Light Heavyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the semi-finals of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight is at stake.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Benjamin Milligan III, Stewart Morecambe, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Maitland, being in front of a home crowd, gets a loud cheer as he enters.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Stringer sets up a nice takedown attempt.

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Maitland cannot stop the takedown, Stringer drove in with too much power with a beauty of a double leg.

(Rd 1 - 09:46) Stringer ends up holding a seated Maitland around the waist, pressing him up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Stringer begins trying to get himself into a more dominant position.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Stringer shifts his position brilliantly to get mount!

(Rd 1 - 08:58) Stringer fires away with punches, and Maitland is stung by several big shots.

(Rd 1 - 08:42) Stringer pounds away on Maitland, but few of the shots lands clean.

(Rd 1 - 08:29) Stringer fires away with punches but only a few actually find their way through.

(Rd 1 - 08:09) Stringer pounds away on Maitland, but few of the shots lands clean.

(Rd 1 - 07:49) Stringer unloads with big left hands, landing several that clearly hurt Maitland.

(Rd 1 - 07:37) Stringer fires away with punches, but does little in the way of damage.

(Rd 1 - 07:20) Stringer blocks an attempt to move him from mount.

(Rd 1 - 06:59) Stringer tries to pound on Maitland, but none of the blows land with any degree of power.

(Rd 1 - 06:44) Stringer maintains control, despite Maitland trying to wriggle free.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Stringer pounds away with lefts but fails to land any significant blows.

(Rd 1 - 06:13) Maitland tries to move Stringer out of mount but can't.

(Rd 1 - 05:56) Stringer pounds away, but Maitland isn't troubled by the strikes.

(Rd 1 - 05:45) Maitland tries to move Stringer enough to get half guard, but can't get enough space.

(Rd 1 - 05:25) Stringer pounds away, but Maitland isn't troubled by the strikes.

(Rd 1 - 05:09) Stringer blocks an attempt to move him from mount.

(Rd 1 - 04:50) Stringer pounds away, but Maitland isn't troubled by the strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:38) Maitland tries to move Stringer enough to get half guard, but can't get enough space.

(Rd 1 - 04:25) Stringer pounds away, but Maitland isn't troubled by the strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:09) Maitland tries to sweep Stringer out of mount but can't do it.

(Rd 1 - 03:53) Stringer pounds away with left hands, but doesn't do much damage.

(Rd 1 - 03:42) Maitland tries a sweep from the bottom of the mount, but doesn't budge Stringer.

(Rd 1 - 03:23) Stringer pounds away with lefts but fails to land any significant blows.

(Rd 1 - 03:12) Maitland tries to move Stringer enough to get half guard, but can't get enough space.

(Rd 1 - 02:56) Stringer pounds away, but Maitland calmly deals with them.

(Rd 1 - 02:39) Stringer blocks an attempt to move him from mount.

(Rd 1 - 02:22) Stringer tries to pound on Maitland, but none of the blows land with any degree of power.

(Rd 1 - 02:03) Maitland tries to move Stringer out of mount but can't.

(Rd 1 - 01:40) Stringer unloads with some left hands, but Maitland deals with them comfortably.

(Rd 1 - 01:27) Maitland tries to move Stringer out of mount but can't.

(Rd 1 - 01:10) Stringer fires away with punches, but Maitland doesn't take any undue damage.

(Rd 1 - 00:56) Stringer counters an attempt by Maitland to move him from mount by taking his back!

(Rd 1 - 00:39) Maitland is in huge trouble now, as Stringer successfully gets both hooks in.

(Rd 1 - 00:14) Stringer tries to pound on Maitland, but all the blows are comfortably dealt with.

(Rd 1 - 00:01) Maitland struggles against Stringer and manages to free himself from the hooks.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.

 

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) We are back underway!

(Rd 2 - 09:55) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) Stringer lands a right jab and a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) Maitland lands a left jab and also lands a low kick.

(Rd 2 - 09:36) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 09:36) Maitland hits a left hand. Stringer hits a right jab but has a left hand taken on the gloves.

(Rd 2 - 09:36) Blood is visible on Stringer, a strike looks to have opened up a cut under his eye.

(Rd 2 - 09:18) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:18) Maitland hits a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 09:18) Stringer lands a right jab and a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 09:10) Stringer is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.

(Rd 2 - 09:05) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.

(Rd 2 - 08:30) The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands.

(Rd 2 - 08:12) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 08:12) Maitland misses with a big right hand, allowing Stringer to counter with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 08:01) Maitland is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.

(Rd 2 - 07:46) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 2 - 07:46) Stringer finds a way past his opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two.

(Rd 2 - 07:46) Maitland misses a jab but connects with a thumping kick to the thigh.

(Rd 2 - 07:23) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 2 - 07:23) Stringer misses a jab but scores with a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 07:23) Maitland hits a right head kick.

(Rd 2 - 07:13) That last hit did some damage, Stringer is trying to cover up but is clearly hurt! He slumps up against the cage looking dazed and unsteady!

(Rd 2 - 07:13) Maitland hits a straight right hand! Dazed, Stringer continues to cover up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 07:06) Maitland tries to finish with a scorching right hand, but Stringer slips past it at the very last possible second.

(Rd 2 - 06:57) Stringer circles back to the center, having gotten the time he needed to regain his wits somewhat.

(Rd 2 - 06:57) With Stringer bleeding, referee Harry A. Bierce pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 2 - 06:57) The ringside doctor examines the cut...and signals that it isn't a fight ender.

(Rd 2 - 06:57) The referee brings them to the center and we're back underway!

(Rd 2 - 06:51) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 06:51) Maitland misses with a left jab but lands a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 06:51) Stringer hits a right jab but misses with a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 06:28) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 2 - 06:28) Stringer misses a jab but hits a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 06:28) Maitland doesn't connect with a left jab but hits a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 2 - 06:13) Stringer is limping noticeably.

(Rd 2 - 06:02) Stringer uses great movement to set up a takedown attempt.

(Rd 2 - 06:02) The takedown is successful, Maitland couldn't quite stay on his feet.

(Rd 2 - 06:02) Maitland ends up sitting, his legs trapped under Stringer, with his back pressed against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 05:55) Stringer starts trying to get Maitland on his back so that he can gain a better position.

(Rd 2 - 05:55) He does brilliantly, and manages to get full mount on Maitland!

(Rd 2 - 05:15) Stringer unloads with big lefts and Maitland is getting rocked!

(Rd 2 - 05:15) Stringer forces Maitland to turn away from the strikes, giving up his back!

(Rd 2 - 04:57) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 2 - 04:57) Stringer tries to finish Maitland off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 2 - 04:57) Maitland defends himself well against the choke.

(Rd 2 - 04:30) Stringer blocks Maitland as he tries to roll over.

(Rd 2 - 04:14) Stringer increases his control by getting both hooks in.

(Rd 2 - 04:03) Stringer pounds away with lefts but fails to land any significant blows.

(Rd 2 - 03:48) Stringer loses both hooks, but still has the back.

(Rd 2 - 03:31) Stringer tries to finish Maitland off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 2 - 03:31) Maitland stops Stringer from getting his arm under the chin and completing the choke.

(Rd 2 - 03:00) Maitland tries a roll, but doesn't budge Stringer.

(Rd 2 - 02:45) Stringer successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.

(Rd 2 - 02:30) Stringer tries to pound on Maitland, but none of the blows land with any degree of power.

(Rd 2 - 02:17) Stringer loses his hooks, as Maitland pries them away.

(Rd 2 - 02:05) Stringer increases his control by getting both hooks in.

(Rd 2 - 01:48) Stringer, with both hooks in, attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.

(Rd 2 - 01:48) Maitland defends himself well against the choke.

(Rd 2 - 01:16) Stringer keeps both hooks, despite Maitland trying to pull them apart.

(Rd 2 - 01:00) The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.

(Rd 2 - 01:00) With both hooks in and therefore great control of the body, Stringer tries to finish Maitland off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 2 - 01:00) Maitland stops Stringer from getting his arm under the chin and completing the choke.

(Rd 2 - 00:20) Stringer keeps both hooks, despite Maitland trying to pull them apart.

(Rd 2 - 00:07) Stringer pounds away with lefts, but Maitland covers up and only a couple manage to get through.

(Rd 2 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round two.

 

 

 

 

Round 3

 

(Rd 3 - 10:00) And here we go, one last round!

(Rd 3 - 09:55) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:55) Stringer scores with a jab but doesn't connect with a left hand.

(Rd 3 - 09:55) Maitland uses a left jab and also scores with a quick kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 3 - 09:38) Limping heavily, Stringer is struggling to move around.

(Rd 3 - 09:31) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:31) Stringer counters a right hand with a good left hook.

(Rd 3 - 09:24) A little fatigue may be creeping in, Stringer is starting to move noticeably more slowly now.

(Rd 3 - 09:24) Maitland is starting to have to push himself now, and his corner respond by urging him on a little louder.

(Rd 3 - 09:09) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 3 - 09:09) Maitland is off-target with a jab but hits a kick to the lead leg. Stringer hits a jab but finds his left cross blocked.

(Rd 3 - 08:40) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 3 - 08:40) Maitland uses a left jab and also hits a kick to the lead leg. Stringer connects with a right hand.

(Rd 3 - 08:22) Stringer is breathing very hard.

(Rd 3 - 08:22) The fighters, looking shattered, clinch up rather than try and move away.

(Rd 3 - 08:22) Stringer is looking to muscle Maitland back against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:22) Stringer does it, Maitland is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 3 - 08:06) Maitland doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.

(Rd 3 - 08:06) With Maitland stuck against the cage, Stringer tries to complete a takedown by going low and grabbing both legs.

(Rd 3 - 08:06) The takedown is completed, Maitland is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 3 - 07:51) Stringer peppers Maitland with small strikes, making sure to keep very tight and not give him any room to work with.

(Rd 3 - 07:40) Maitland tries to smother Stringer by holding him, but can't keep control.

(Rd 3 - 07:34) The clock runs down as Maitland is being smothered against the ground by Stringer.

(Rd 3 - 07:02) Stringer fires off a few punches.

(Rd 3 - 06:33) For the moment Stringer is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.

(Rd 3 - 06:08) Stringer doesn't allow Maitland to lock him up with double underhooks.

(Rd 3 - 05:59) Maitland is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Stringer off of him.

(Rd 3 - 05:38) Stringer clings very tight to Maitland while using short strikes, clearly trying to minimise the threat of a submission attempt.

(Rd 3 - 05:22) Maitland tries to pull Stringer in close and smother him, but doesn't get anywhere with it.

(Rd 3 - 05:15) Perhaps wary of submissions, Stringer keeps extremely tight to Maitland and peppers him with short punches.

(Rd 3 - 05:04) Maitland tries to get double underhooks on Stringer so that he can get some control, but can't get them.

(Rd 3 - 04:58) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.

(Rd 3 - 04:58) With no progress being made, the referee stands them back up.

(Rd 3 - 04:52) They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging.

(Rd 3 - 04:19) Maitland steps forward, looking to strike.

(Rd 3 - 04:19) Stringer hits a pair of jabs in the exchange.

(Rd 3 - 04:19) Maitland can't connect with a jab, but then he hits Stringer with a leg kick.

(Rd 3 - 04:12) Barely able to walk now, the damage Stringer has taken to his legs has really taken its toll.

(Rd 3 - 04:05) It looked like we were about to see a shot from Maitland, but Stringer was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 3 - 04:05) Stringer can't connect with a jab, but then hits Maitland with a straight left.

(Rd 3 - 03:49) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 3 - 03:49) Maitland uses a left jab and also hits a kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 3 - 03:49) Stringer misses with a right jab but connects cleanly with a left hand.

(Rd 3 - 03:22) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 3 - 03:22) Maitland lands a left jab and also scores with a quick kick to the lead leg.

(Rd 3 - 03:22) Stringer lands a right jab and a left cross.

(Rd 3 - 02:51) Stringer comes forward, willing to take a few shots as long as he can get close enough to wrestle.

(Rd 3 - 02:51) Maitland throws a one-two, but Stringer was equal to it.

(Rd 3 - 02:40) Stringer is able to grab Maitland.

(Rd 3 - 02:31) Stringer tries to wrestle Maitland backward and up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 02:31) Stringer manages it and controls Maitland up against the cage.

(Rd 3 - 02:14) Stringer looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.

(Rd 3 - 02:14) Maitland takes a knee strike to the inside of his own knee.

(Rd 3 - 02:05) Stringer hits Maitland, who is pressed up against the cage, with a nice short uppercut.

(Rd 3 - 01:49) With the cage trapping Maitland, Stringer looks to try and take him down by going low and taking out both legs.

(Rd 3 - 01:49) The takedown is completed, Maitland is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 3 - 01:29) The clock runs down as Maitland is being smothered against the ground by Stringer.

(Rd 3 - 01:07) Stringer smothers Maitland with his body by pushing forward and down.

(Rd 3 - 00:43) Stringer throws a few relatively weak left hands.

(Rd 3 - 00:19) Maitland grabs Stringer and draws him in close, smothering him.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) The judges have given their decisions, which are about to be announced.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges have given Stringer the win.

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Titi Stringer wins by unanimous decision!

(Rd 3 - 00:00) Titi Stringer books a semi-final spot in the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight.

 

 

 

Official Result: Titi Stringer defeats Alex 'Master Blaster' Maitland (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

MAIN CARD

 

 

 

Broadcast Live on Pay-Per-View on Canada 1-Choice in Canada

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Jon Silvers (12-1) vs. Jericho Stewart (7-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We open the main portion of the show with Jon 'Quick' Silvers battling Jericho Stewart.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Harry A. Bierce will be the referee.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Edward Wilde, Benjamin Milligan III, and Stewart Morecambe.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Stewart may have weighed in the same as Silvers yesterday, but he clearly has a significant size advantage now.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!

(Rd 1 - 09:50) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:50) Stewart lands a left jab but finds his right cross blocked. Silvers uses a left jab but has a right hand taken on the gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) Silvers lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) Stewart connects cleanly with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:37) Silvers looks like he has a broken jaw after that shot.

(Rd 1 - 09:18) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:18) Silvers misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a sequence of jabs that are followed by a right hook that is ducked.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) A brief strike exchange passes without either fighter landing.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) Stewart goes to the body but misses.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) Stewart shows his good head movement, bobbing and weaving his way past two punches.

(Rd 1 - 08:23) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:23) Silvers misses a right hook and gets countered with a left hook to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) Stewart slips past a right hook and counters with a jab and a powerful right hand to the body!

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Silvers collapses from that blow!

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Stewart quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned Silvers!

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Stewart pounds away on Silvers, landing several good shots in the process.

(Rd 1 - 07:44) Stewart pounds away, but is unable to land many clean shots on Silvers.

(Rd 1 - 07:29) Stewart blocks an attempt to pull guard.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Stewart fires away with punches and Silvers is getting rocked!

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Referee Harry A. Bierce jumps in and pulls Stewart away!

(Rd 1 - 06:53) The winner, by TKO; Jericho Stewart!

 

 

 

Official Result: Jericho Stewart defeats Jon 'Quick' Silvers (TKO (Strikes) in 3:07 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Ken Peters (10-3) vs. Adrian Swall (9-1)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on, 'The Man Of Steel' Ken Peters faces Adrian 'The Missing Link' Swall.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Christina Shaw, Edward Wilde, and Benjamin Milligan III.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Although they weighed in the same, it's noticeable that Swall looks a lot heavier than his opponent now.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Seeing his opponent about to shoot in, Swall timed it well and moved in to start a clinch.

(Rd 1 - 09:35) Using his wrestling skills, Swall is trying to push Peters up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:35) Swall manages it and controls Peters up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:24) Swall tries to keep him up against the cage with wrestling, but Peters reverses so that he is the one in control.

(Rd 1 - 08:55) Swall is pressed up against the cage and simply can't break the control that Peters has over him.

(Rd 1 - 08:55) They remain there for at least thirty seconds, hitting each other with short punches to the body and side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 08:22) With the cage trapping Swall, Peters looks to try and take him down by going low and taking out both legs.

(Rd 1 - 08:22) Swall, pressed up against the cage, cannot stop the takedown.

(Rd 1 - 08:22) Swall ends up sitting, his legs trapped under Peters, with his back pressed against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:57) The clock runs down as Swall is being smothered against the cage wall by Peters.

(Rd 1 - 07:31) Peters pounds away with rights but fails to land any significant blows.

(Rd 1 - 07:20) Swall hits some weak punches to the upper back, but they're more out of frustration than anything.

(Rd 1 - 06:59) Peters tries to ensnare Swall in a guillotine.

(Rd 1 - 06:59) Swall defends himself well.

(Rd 1 - 06:33) Swall hits some weak punches to the upper back, but they're more out of frustration than anything.

(Rd 1 - 06:08) Peters tries to smother Swall against the cage, but he squirms free.

(Rd 1 - 05:59) Swall hits Peters with a few weak strikes to the back.

(Rd 1 - 05:41) Peters tries to smother Swall against the cage wall but can't keep control long enough.

(Rd 1 - 05:35) Swall hits Peters with a few weak strikes to the back.

(Rd 1 - 05:10) With no progress being made, the referee separates them.

(Rd 1 - 04:57) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:57) Peters shoots in hard and fast on Swall.

(Rd 1 - 04:57) The takedown is successful and he gets side control too.

(Rd 1 - 04:57) That's his second takedown.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) Peters throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath.

(Rd 1 - 04:33) Peters blocks an attempt to pull guard.

(Rd 1 - 04:22) Peters throws a few strikes, but is clearly slowing things down so that he can catch his breath.

(Rd 1 - 03:59) Peters blocks Swall as he tries a transition to guard.

(Rd 1 - 03:47) Peters is trying to move from side control to mount.

(Rd 1 - 03:47) Swall rolls to the side to try and escape the mount but only succeeds in giving up his back instead.

(Rd 1 - 03:13) Swall is in increasing trouble, as Peters gets both hooks in.

(Rd 1 - 02:55) With both hooks in and therefore great control of the body, Peters tries to finish Swall off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 1 - 02:55) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Peters has Swall flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!

(Rd 1 - 02:26) The winner, by submission; Ken Peters!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Man Of Steel' Ken Peters defeats Adrian 'The Missing Link' Swall (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:34 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Average.

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Joshua Hope (8-0) vs. Samuel Russo (18-13)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which 'Glorious' Joshua Hope competes against Samuel 'The Animal' Russo.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Leo Behan.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Edward Wilde, Benjamin Milligan III, and Stewart Morecambe.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:46) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 09:30) Russo uses a left jab, but misses with a vicious right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:07) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.

(Rd 1 - 08:43) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 08:43) Hope hits a two-punch combination, a quick left and a straight right. Russo finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two.

(Rd 1 - 08:27) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:27) Russo misses a right hook and gets countered with a jab and a great right hook.

(Rd 1 - 08:08) Russo throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.

(Rd 1 - 07:42) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:42) Russo misses a right hook and gets countered with a good right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:17) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:17) Russo misses with a left jab but connects with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 07:17) Hope uses a pair of left jabs but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Russo looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.

(Rd 1 - 06:51) Russo can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then hits Hope with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Hope forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Russo hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Hope hits a left jab and then he lands a vicious right cross!

(Rd 1 - 06:24) Russo is knocked down by that shot!

(Rd 1 - 06:06) Hope knows that this is a golden opportunity and quickly pounces on Russo, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!

(Rd 1 - 06:06) Hope fires away and Russo is eating powerful shot after powerful shot!

(Rd 1 - 06:06) Referee Leo Behan is forced to jump in and stop the fight!

(Rd 1 - 05:55) The winner, by TKO, is 'Glorious' Joshua Hope!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'Glorious' Joshua Hope defeats Samuel 'The Animal' Russo (TKO (Strikes) in 4:05 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Ruben Rua (2-0) vs. Datsakorn Pratoomwong (5-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Ruben Rua vs. Datsakorn 'Lefty' Pratoomwong.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the final of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight is at stake.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Roger Bennett is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Edward Wilde, Benjamin Milligan III, and Stewart Morecambe.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 09:54) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Pratoomwong comes forward, walking down Rua.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Rua misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 09:29) Pratoomwong connects with two right hands and then he lands a left head kick.

(Rd 1 - 09:07) The two fighters stand and trade strikes but neither lands anything damaging.

(Rd 1 - 08:34) Pratoomwong moves in on Rua, preparing to throw.

(Rd 1 - 08:34) Pratoomwong connects with a nice jab and then hits Rua with a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 08:16) Pratoomwong lands a jab and then hits a body kick.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Pratoomwong glances at his corner and gets a few words of encouragement in response.

(Rd 1 - 07:48) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:48) Rua misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a right jab and a right hook to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 07:31) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) Pratoomwong comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) Pratoomwong steps into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) A successful feint leaves Rua vulnerable.

(Rd 1 - 07:10) A jab hits home from Pratoomwong and then he scores with a left to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:48) Pratoomwong attacks with strikes.

(Rd 1 - 06:48) Rua tries to hit a jab, but misses.

(Rd 1 - 06:48) Pratoomwong connects with a nice jab and then he catches Rua with a left hook to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:26) Pratoomwong forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 06:26) Rua tries to hit a jab, but misses.

(Rd 1 - 06:26) Pratoomwong throws some strikes and a fast leg kick, but Rua avoids them all.

(Rd 1 - 06:05) Pratoomwong forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 06:05) Rua throws a counter left but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 06:05) Pratoomwong connects with a jab but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Pratoomwong comes forward.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Rua hits a jab in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Pratoomwong doesn't trouble his opponent with a combination ending in a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 1 - 05:37) Pratoomwong is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.

(Rd 1 - 05:31) Pratoomwong initiates an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 05:31) Rua hit two counter left hands.

(Rd 1 - 05:31) Pratoomwong lands a right jab but Rua avoids a big left.

(Rd 1 - 05:16) Pratoomwong steps forward and a striking exchange begins.

(Rd 1 - 05:16) Rua throws a counter left but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 05:16) A jab is wide from Pratoomwong, but then he lands a low kick to the legs.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) Rua is off target with a left jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) Pratoomwong lands two jabs and also hits a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 05:02) There is now a noticeable gash above the hairline of Rua where a strike must have cut him.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) We go past the halfway point of this round.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Pratoomwong comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Pratoomwong moves into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 04:42) Pratoomwong throws a one-two, but Rua was equal to it.

(Rd 1 - 04:23) Pratoomwong comes forward.

(Rd 1 - 04:23) Rua misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 04:23) Pratoomwong fools Rua with a feint.

(Rd 1 - 04:23) Pratoomwong hits a right jab and then he scores with a leg kick.

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Moving forward constantly, Pratoomwong is pressuring Rua.

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Rua hit a counter left hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:00) Two jabs hit home from Pratoomwong and then he catches Rua with a left hook to the body.

(Rd 1 - 03:32) Pratoomwong comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes.

(Rd 1 - 03:32) Rua fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.

(Rd 1 - 03:32) A jab lands from Pratoomwong but Rua evades a big left punch.

(Rd 1 - 03:09) Pratoomwong can't hit a set-up right jab, but then lands a big left hand.

(Rd 1 - 02:58) Pratoomwong hits a right jab and then scores with a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 02:49) Pratoomwong rolls his shoulders to relax them, then moves forward.

(Rd 1 - 02:35) Pratoomwong moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Rua into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 02:35) Rua manages a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 02:35) A jab is wide from Pratoomwong, but then he hits a nice left hook to the ribs.

(Rd 1 - 02:26) With Rua bleeding, the referee pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 1 - 02:26) The doctor checks the cut, but seems happy that it does not present too much of a problem.

(Rd 1 - 02:26) Referee Roger Bennett signals for the fight to continue!

(Rd 1 - 02:26) Pratoomwong is definitely slowing, his gas tank is being challenged here.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) Pratoomwong steps forward and a striking exchange begins.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) Rua fires off a counter jab.

(Rd 1 - 02:17) Pratoomwong throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.

(Rd 1 - 02:07) Pratoomwong closes in on Rua, looking to unleash some strikes.

(Rd 1 - 02:07) Pratoomwong hits a right jab and then catches Rua with a left roundhouse kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 01:41) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.

(Rd 1 - 01:19) Pratoomwong connects with a nice jab and then lands a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 01:11) Pratoomwong is breathing very hard.

(Rd 1 - 01:00) The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.

(Rd 1 - 01:00) Pratoomwong stalks forward, pressuring Rua.

(Rd 1 - 01:00) Rua misses with a left hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 01:00) Pratoomwong hits a right hand but misses with a vicious left hand.

(Rd 1 - 00:50) Pratoomwong doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.

(Rd 1 - 00:50) Looking very tired, Pratoomwong clinches to try and buy some recovery time.

(Rd 1 - 00:50) Rua is trying to push Pratoomwong so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:50) Rua doesn't manage it though, Pratoomwong defended it well.

(Rd 1 - 00:30) Rua is looking to muscle Pratoomwong back against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:30) Rua achieves it, pinning Pratoomwong to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:11) Rua attempts a leg-sweep trip to put Pratoomwong on the ground.

(Rd 1 - 00:11) Pratoomwong is taken down by a quick inside leg trip, he can do nothing but pull half guard!

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number two begins!

(Rd 2 - 09:45) Pratoomwong lands a right hand and then catches Rua with a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 09:23) Circling warily, Rua is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 2 - 09:23) Pratoomwong can't connect with a jab, but then hits Rua with a left to the side of the ribs.

(Rd 2 - 09:10) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 09:10) Pratoomwong hits a jab but finds his left cross blocked.

(Rd 2 - 09:10) Rua lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 08:46) They engage in the center.

(Rd 2 - 08:46) Pratoomwong slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a jab and a good left hook.

(Rd 2 - 08:34) Seeing that Pratoomwong looks shattered, Rua easily pulls him into a clinch.

(Rd 2 - 08:34) Rua is trying to push Pratoomwong so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 08:34) He does so and now has Pratoomwong pinned to the cage.

(Rd 2 - 08:17) Rua keeps Pratoomwong up against the cage with wrestling, then uses a hard foot stomp.

(Rd 2 - 08:03) Rua tries to use a knee to the thigh, but Pratoomwong is able to block it.

(Rd 2 - 07:47) Rua smothers Pratoomwong against the cage, then hits him with a quick elbow strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:34) Rua hits a knee strike to the side of the ribs.

(Rd 2 - 07:19) Rua catches Pratoomwong with an elbow to the face from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 07:19) Pratoomwong appears to have suffered a gash under his eye.

(Rd 2 - 07:07) Rua tries to maintain control, but Pratoomwong wrestles his way out of trouble and circles back to the center.

(Rd 2 - 06:55) Pratoomwong looks very, very tired, his hands have dropped alarmingly.

(Rd 2 - 06:45) Pratoomwong steps in and looks to unleash.

(Rd 2 - 06:45) Pratoomwong hits a right jab and then hits Rua with a leg kick.

(Rd 2 - 06:25) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 06:25) Pratoomwong uses a right jab but has a left hand blocked.

(Rd 2 - 06:25) Rua hits a left jab but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 06:14) Rua is limping a little bit.

(Rd 2 - 05:59) Pratoomwong lands a right jab, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 05:34) Rua appeared to be going for a takedown, but Pratoomwong took the initiative first.

(Rd 2 - 05:34) Pratoomwong hits a right hand, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 05:06) With Pratoomwong bleeding, referee Roger Bennett pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 2 - 05:06) The ringside doctor examines the cut...and signals that it isn't a fight ender.

(Rd 2 - 05:06) The fight recommences!

(Rd 2 - 04:51) We move into the second half of this round.

(Rd 2 - 04:51) Rua may have been setting up to shoot, but Pratoomwong aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 2 - 04:51) Pratoomwong throws a two-punch combo but Rua avoids both.

(Rd 2 - 04:23) Rua appeared to be going for a takedown, but Pratoomwong took the initiative first.

(Rd 2 - 04:23) Pratoomwong hits a right hand, but finds nothing but air with a big left.

(Rd 2 - 04:09) The gas tank looks empty on Pratoomwong.

(Rd 2 - 03:55) Rua chooses to shoot in on Pratoomwong.

(Rd 2 - 03:55) Pratoomwong partially defends it and ends up hopping on one foot while Rua has a hold of the other.

(Rd 2 - 03:55) Rua can't get Pratoomwong down and so settles for pushing him up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 03:40) Rua looks to sweep a leg in order to execute a sharp trip.

(Rd 2 - 03:40) Rua gets side control off a superb outside leg trip!

(Rd 2 - 03:27) Rua attempts to move to mount.

(Rd 2 - 03:27) Rua takes the back instead, Pratoomwong rolled over rather than get mounted.

(Rd 2 - 02:47) Rua successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.

(Rd 2 - 02:34) Rua, with both hooks in, attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.

(Rd 2 - 02:34) Rua flattens Pratoomwong out with the rear naked choke in deep and forces the tap!

(Rd 2 - 02:18) Ruben Rua takes the victory by way of submission!

(Rd 2 - 02:18) Ruben Rua moves into the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight final!

 

 

 

Official Result: Ruben Rua defeats PDatsakorn 'Lefty' Pratoomwong (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 7:42 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT SEMI-FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Cal Hillson (7-0) vs. Titi Stringer (5-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson fights Titi Stringer.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The finals of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight await the winner.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Stewart Morecambe, Ian Rivers, and Christina Shaw.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) Stringer hits a right jab but has a left hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 09:53) Hillson hits a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:42) Stringer had looked like he was angling for a takedown attempt, but couldn't take the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 09:42) Hillson can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then catches Stringer with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:21) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 09:00) Stringer looks utterly exhausted, he has absolutely nothing left in the tank.

(Rd 1 - 08:54) Hillson connects with a jab, but misses with a vicious right hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:45) Stringer gets hold of Hillson.

(Rd 1 - 08:39) Stringer is looking to muscle Hillson back against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:39) Hillson ends up backed against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:20) Stringer scores with an glancing elbow strike from the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 08:20) Blood is visible on Hillson, a strike appears to to have opened up a nasty cut on the scalp.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) Hillson is trapped against the cage and Stringer hits him with a short right uppercut.

(Rd 1 - 07:51) Stringer smothers Hillson against the cage, then hits him with a quick elbow strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:39) Hillson takes a knee strike just above the hip.

(Rd 1 - 07:26) Hillson is controlled up against the cage and takes an elbow to the face from the clinch.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) In need of a breather, the exhausted Stringer smothers Hillson against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Stringer and Hillson remain up against the cage for the next thirty seconds, doing little other than throwing occasional short punches.

(Rd 1 - 06:30) Hillson is trapped against the cage and Stringer hits him with a short right uppercut.

(Rd 1 - 06:13) The lack of progress forces the referee to separate the two fighters.

(Rd 1 - 06:03) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:03) Stringer misses a left hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a left jab and a right hand that landed cleanly.

(Rd 1 - 05:42) Hillson comes forward.

(Rd 1 - 05:42) Stringer misses with a right hand in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 05:42) Hillson hits a left jab and then he hits Stringer with a straight right.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Hillson moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Stringer into exchanging strikes.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) Stringer hits a jab in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 05:24) A jab is wide from Hillson, but then he catches Stringer with a crunching right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:19) With Hillson bleeding, referee Harry A. Bierce pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 1 - 05:19) The doctor seems happy that the cut isn't going to be an issue.

(Rd 1 - 05:19) We're back underway!

(Rd 1 - 05:14) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.

(Rd 1 - 04:50) Moving forward constantly, Hillson is pressuring Stringer.

(Rd 1 - 04:50) Hillson bobs out of the way of a jab and moves into the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 04:50) A jab is wide from Hillson, but then he scores with a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 04:39) Hillson initiates an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 1 - 04:39) Stringer hit a counter right hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:39) A one-two from Hillson fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 04:19) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:19) Stringer misses a left hook and gets countered with a left jab and a right hand that narrowly fails to connect.

(Rd 1 - 03:57) They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging.

(Rd 1 - 03:44) Hillson is still moving well, but he is definitely breathing a little deeper now.

(Rd 1 - 03:33) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but the flurry ends without any really damaging shots landing.

(Rd 1 - 03:06) An exchange of strikes doesn't go anywhere.

(Rd 1 - 02:56) Stringer, who looks very tired, clinches rather than trying to move away.

(Rd 1 - 02:56) Stringer tries to take Hillson down.

(Rd 1 - 02:56) The takedown is completed, Hillson is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 1 - 02:36) Stringer doesn't posture up, perhaps wary of submissions, instead using small strikes while keeping his head on his opponent's chest.

(Rd 1 - 02:20) Hillson drags Stringer in to close control, then hits him with a couple of short punches.

(Rd 1 - 02:05) The clock runs down as Hillson is being smothered against the ground by Stringer.

(Rd 1 - 01:27) Hillson is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Stringer off of him.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) We're into the final minute of the round.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) Stringer doesn't posture up, perhaps wary of submissions, instead using small strikes while keeping his head on his opponent's chest.

(Rd 1 - 00:38) Stringer leans back to avoid a couple of wild swings from Hillson.

(Rd 1 - 00:18) Time slips away as Stringer successfully keeps Hillson stuck against the ground.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round one.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Great round, very exciting.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!

(Rd 2 - 09:54) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 2 - 09:54) Stringer misses a left cross that leaves him open to the counter. Hillson attacks with a jab and a great right hook.

(Rd 2 - 09:37) Hillson initiates an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 2 - 09:37) Stringer hit a counter right hand.

(Rd 2 - 09:37) A one-two from Hillson fails to land.

(Rd 2 - 09:16) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 2 - 09:16) Hillson hits a left jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 2 - 09:16) Stringer is off target with a right jab but hits a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 08:48) Hillson forces an exchange of strikes.

(Rd 2 - 08:48) Stringer lands two right hands in the exchange.

(Rd 2 - 08:48) Hillson throws a two-punch combo but Stringer avoids both.

(Rd 2 - 08:33) They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through.

(Rd 2 - 08:06) Hillson comes forward on the attack.

(Rd 2 - 08:06) Stringer misses with a right hand in the exchange.

(Rd 2 - 08:06) Hillson lands a jab and then he scores with a fantastic right cross!

(Rd 2 - 08:06) Stringer wobbles, then falls!

(Rd 2 - 07:53) Hillson quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned Stringer!

(Rd 2 - 07:53) Hillson unloads with massive right hands and Stringer is getting destroyed!

(Rd 2 - 07:53) Referee Harry A. Bierce jumps in and saves Stringer from taking any more shots!

(Rd 2 - 07:42) Cal Hillson takes the victory by way of TKO!

(Rd 2 - 07:42) Into the final of the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight goes Cal Hillson!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson defeats Titi Stringer (TKO (Strikes) in 2:18 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Jerry Bogdonovich (10-0) vs. Marcos Maciel (7-1)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up, 'The Dockland Destroyer' Jerry Bogdonovich battling Marcos Maciel.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Benjamin Milligan III, Stewart Morecambe, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:51) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) Bogdonovich misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Maciel attacks with a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:19) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.

(Rd 1 - 08:49) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:49) Maciel hits a jab but misses with a spinning back kick.

(Rd 1 - 08:49) Bogdonovich is off-target with a jab but nails a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:30) Maciel misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Bogdonovich to attack with a great right hook.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 08:05) Bogdonovich dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a jab and a right hand that narrowly fails to connect.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Bogdonovich hits a left jab but has a right hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 07:38) Maciel finds a way past his opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:13) Maciel misses a body kick attempt and allows Bogdonovich to move in with a great right hook.

(Rd 1 - 06:54) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 06:54) Maciel lands a left jab but misses with an attempted shot to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:54) Bogdonovich lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 06:28) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.

(Rd 1 - 05:59) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter gives or takes any real damage.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Maciel is off target with a left jab but lands a spin kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 05:43) Bogdonovich finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two.

(Rd 1 - 05:20) A jab hits home from Bogdonovich and then he catches Maciel with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 05:01) Maciel misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Bogdonovich attacks with a left jab and an attempted shot to the body that gets taken on the arm.

(Rd 1 - 04:51) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 1 - 04:37) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 04:37) Maciel misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Bogdonovich comes in with a clean right hand.

(Rd 1 - 04:19) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.

(Rd 1 - 03:55) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 03:55) Maciel dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a pair of left jabs that are followed by a spinning kick.

(Rd 1 - 03:31) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 03:31) Maciel counters a body shot with a good right hook.

(Rd 1 - 03:21) Maciel glares at his opponent.

(Rd 1 - 03:07) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 03:07) Maciel uses a body kick but it is parried away.

(Rd 1 - 03:07) Bogdonovich misses with a left jab and also doesn't reach with a hook to the body.

(Rd 1 - 03:00) For the first time, Bogdonovich is starting to breathe a little heavier.

(Rd 1 - 02:52) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 02:52) Maciel counters a right hand with a spin kick to the body.

(Rd 1 - 02:30) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 02:30) Bogdonovich deals with two punches without issue, his guard remains solid.

(Rd 1 - 02:30) Bogdonovich doesn't find the mark with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 02:14) Bogdonovich comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 02:14) Maciel tries to hit a jab, but misses.

(Rd 1 - 02:14) Bogdonovich throws two quick punches but doesn't hit with either.

(Rd 1 - 02:05) Maciel pulls his best mean face and tries to stare his opponent down.

(Rd 1 - 01:57) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 01:57) Bogdonovich counters a body shot with a jab and a right hand that landed cleanly.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) Bogdonovich finds a way past his opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) Maciel lands two jabs and also lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 01:37) Blood is visible on Maciel, a strike looks to have opened up a cut under his eye.

(Rd 1 - 01:17) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) Maciel is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.

(Rd 1 - 00:43) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 00:43) Bogdonovich counters a right hand with a good right hand.

(Rd 1 - 00:35) Bogdonovich sees that Maciel is wobbly and comes in for the kill! Maciel just covers up, leaning on the cage, too dazed to do anything but try and survive the next few seconds!

(Rd 1 - 00:35) Bogdonovich hits a straight right hand! Dazed, Maciel continues to cover up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:28) Bogdonovich tries to finish with a scorching right hand, but Maciel slips past it at the very last possible second.

(Rd 1 - 00:19) Maciel manages to clear his head and circle away from the cage, back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 00:14) Both fighters meet in the center.

(Rd 1 - 00:14) Maciel lands a left kick to the rib cage.

(Rd 1 - 00:14) Bogdonovich hits a jab but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Bleeding, Maciel is attended to by the cut man between rounds.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) Round two begins!

(Rd 2 - 09:55) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) Maciel hits a left cross.

(Rd 2 - 09:55) Bogdonovich doesn't connect with a left jab but hits a wicked right uppercut!

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Maciel is knocked down by that shot!

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Bogdonovich moves in quickly, kneeling beside Maciel and starting to hammer down with punches!

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Bogdonovich unloads with massive right hands and Maciel is getting destroyed!

(Rd 2 - 09:47) Maciel is out! Referee Harry A. Bierce leaps in and stops the fight!

(Rd 2 - 09:34) By knock out, the winner is Jerry Bogdonovich!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Dockland Destroyer' Jerry Bogdonovich defeats Marcos Maciel (Knock Out (Punch) in 0:26 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Ryuji Ganaha (7-0) vs. Allen LeFleur (7-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which Ryuji 'Shogun' Ganaha battles 'The Chunky Monkey' Allen LeFleur.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Harry A. Bierce is the referee for this fight.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Benjamin Milligan III, Stewart Morecambe, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Both fighters came in at the same weight at yesterday's weigh ins, but LeFleur clearly has a significant weight advantage now.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) About to fight in front of a home crowd, LeFleur unsurprisingly gets a loud ovation from the crowd as he makes his entrance.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The fighters touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) LeFleur may have been setting up to shoot, but Ganaha aggressively took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) Ganaha fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:47) A strike has opened up a noticeable gash above the eye of LeFleur.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) Ganaha looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:28) A jab is wide from Ganaha, but then he scores with a left cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:12) LeFleur shoots in for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 09:12) Ganaha almost stops the takedown but is left hopping on one leg while LeFleur holds the other.

(Rd 1 - 09:12) With Ganaha not going down, LeFleur settles for pushing him up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:01) LeFleur shows great control, keeping Ganaha pressed against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 09:01) Nothing really happens for the next sixty seconds or so, they remain in a close grapple exchanging occasional short punches.

(Rd 1 - 08:02) LeFleur tries to maintain control, but Ganaha wrestles his way out of trouble and circles back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) Both fighters throw but neither can land a shot.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) Ganaha doesn't find the mark with a left hook.

(Rd 1 - 07:40) LeFleur is off target with a left jab and also can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 07:17) Moving around, LeFleur is looking for an opening to shoot without exposing himself to a counter-strike.

(Rd 1 - 07:17) Ganaha connects with a jab, but LeFleur avoids a big left.

(Rd 1 - 06:56) Both fighters come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 06:56) Ganaha misses a left hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a jab and a right hand that narrowly fails to connect.

(Rd 1 - 06:35) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 06:35) Ganaha has a left hand blocked.

(Rd 1 - 06:35) LeFleur can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 06:23) It looked like we were about to see a shot from LeFleur, but Ganaha was more aggressive and took the initiative.

(Rd 1 - 06:23) Ganaha fails to find a home for his jab, but then hits a nice straight left.

(Rd 1 - 06:00) A one-two from Ganaha fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 05:50) LeFleur gets hold of Ganaha.

(Rd 1 - 05:44) LeFleur is trying to push Ganaha so that his back is up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 05:44) LeFleur achieves it, pinning Ganaha to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 05:33) Ganaha is trapped against the cage and LeFleur hits him with a short left uppercut.

(Rd 1 - 05:22) LeFleur smothers Ganaha against the cage, then uses his dirty boxing skills to his advantage.

(Rd 1 - 05:07) Ganaha, backed against the cage, can't really do much thanks to the control that LeFleur is exerting.

(Rd 1 - 05:07) The next minute or so sees them hitting each other with short punches from that position.

(Rd 1 - 04:11) LeFleur smothers Ganaha up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 04:11) They remain in that position, dirty boxing each other, for a further minute.

(Rd 1 - 03:10) The lack of progress forces referee Harry A. Bierce to separate the two fighters.

(Rd 1 - 03:00) With LeFleur bleeding, the referee pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.

(Rd 1 - 03:00) The doctor checks the cut, but seems happy that it does not present too much of a problem.

(Rd 1 - 03:00) We're back underway!

(Rd 1 - 02:47) A jab lands from Ganaha, but his big left hand follow-up misses.

(Rd 1 - 02:24) The two fighters come forward and engage.

(Rd 1 - 02:24) LeFleur misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 02:08) LeFleur aggressively comes forward, willing to risk getting hit so that he can grapple.

(Rd 1 - 02:08) A jab hits home from Ganaha and then he hits a nice straight left.

(Rd 1 - 01:42) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 1 - 01:42) LeFleur doesn't connect with a left jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 01:42) Ganaha lands a one-two.

(Rd 1 - 01:29) Ganaha acknowledges some instructions from his corner with a curt nod of the head and returns his full attention to the fight.

(Rd 1 - 01:18) They engage in the center.

(Rd 1 - 01:18) Ganaha hits a jab but has a left hand taken on the gloves. LeFleur lands a left jab but has a right hook blocked.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) We have one minute of the round remaining.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) LeFleur comes in, looking for a takedown.

(Rd 1 - 00:55) The takedown is completed, Ganaha is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 1 - 00:41) LeFleur looks to get past the guard.

(Rd 1 - 00:41) He passes guard but loses his control momentarily and a scramble begins.

(Rd 1 - 00:29) Somehow, the scramble leaves Ganaha under the north-south control of LeFleur.

(Rd 1 - 00:16) LeFleur hits a short knee strike to the side of the head.

(Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.

 

 

 

Round 2

 

(Rd 2 - 10:00) And here we go, round two!

(Rd 2 - 09:52) LeFleur aggressively moves in, risking taking strikes for the chance of getting some grappling started.

(Rd 2 - 09:52) A one-two from Ganaha fails to land.

(Rd 2 - 09:40) With a clear opportunity, LeFleur is able to move in fast and clinch with Ganaha.

(Rd 2 - 09:33) LeFleur is trying to muscle Ganaha up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 09:33) He does so and now has Ganaha pinned to the cage.

(Rd 2 - 09:21) LeFleur hits Ganaha, who is pressed up against the cage, with a nice short uppercut.

(Rd 2 - 09:02) LeFleur presses Ganaha up against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 09:02) The next sixty seconds sees them doing very little other than throwing occasional short punches to the body.

(Rd 2 - 07:52) Ganaha throws a few short punches to the ribs.

(Rd 2 - 07:37) The referee decides that the grappling against the cage has been going on too long, and he brings them back to the center.

(Rd 2 - 07:37) Ganaha is still moving well, but he is definitely breathing a little deeper now.

(Rd 2 - 07:37) Taking a few gulps of breath, LeFleur is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) Ganaha scores with a jab but doesn't find the mark with a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 07:25) LeFleur lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 07:00) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 07:00) Ganaha uses a right jab but misses with a left hand.

(Rd 2 - 07:00) LeFleur uses a left jab but can't hit a right cross.

(Rd 2 - 06:42) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.

(Rd 2 - 06:42) Ganaha hits a jab but doesn't find the mark with a left hook.

(Rd 2 - 06:42) LeFleur hits a left jab and also lands a nice right hook.

(Rd 2 - 06:23) Both fighters step in to strike.

(Rd 2 - 06:23) LeFleur is off-target with a jab but lands a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 06:23) Ganaha lands a one-two.

(Rd 2 - 06:23) LeFleur starts bleeding again, a strike has re-opened the cut above his eye.

(Rd 2 - 06:00) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 2 - 06:00) LeFleur misses with a left jab but hits a right hand.

(Rd 2 - 06:00) Ganaha scores with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 05:46) LeFleur rolls his shoulders to relax them, then moves forward.

(Rd 2 - 05:41) They come together and strike.

(Rd 2 - 05:41) LeFleur counters a left hand with a right hook.

(Rd 2 - 05:32) LeFleur appears to be feeling a little fatigue for the first time in this fight, his hands are starting to lower just a fraction.

(Rd 2 - 05:21) Ganaha connects with a jab, but misses with a vicious left hand.

(Rd 2 - 05:09) LeFleur seizes the chance and grabs Ganaha into a clinch.

(Rd 2 - 04:59) We are now at the halfway point of the round.

(Rd 2 - 04:59) LeFleur is looking to muscle Ganaha back against the cage.

(Rd 2 - 04:59) LeFleur achieves it, pinning Ganaha to the cage.

(Rd 2 - 04:47) LeFleur tries to keep him up against the cage, but Ganaha works enough space that he can slip out and away, back to the center.

(Rd 2 - 04:20) There's a ragged-looking takedown attempt from a visibly tired LeFleur.

(Rd 2 - 04:20) The takedown is completed, Ganaha is on his back and pulls guard.

(Rd 2 - 04:20) That's his second takedown of the fight.

(Rd 2 - 04:12) The clock runs down as Ganaha is being smothered against the ground by LeFleur.

(Rd 2 - 03:40) LeFleur smothers Ganaha with his body by pushing forward and down.

(Rd 2 - 03:13) The clock runs down as Ganaha is being smothered against the ground by LeFleur.

(Rd 2 - 02:52) LeFleur doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.

(Rd 2 - 02:52) LeFleur attempts to pass guard.

(Rd 2 - 02:52) He passes guard but can't secure side control as Ganaha starts a scramble for position.

(Rd 2 - 02:39) Ganaha brilliantly manages to take his opponent's back!

(Rd 2 - 02:22) LeFleur is in increasing trouble, as Ganaha gets both hooks in.

(Rd 2 - 02:03) With both hooks in and therefore great control of the body, Ganaha tries to finish LeFleur off with a rear naked choke.

(Rd 2 - 02:03) LeFleur defends himself well against the choke.

(Rd 2 - 01:32) LeFleur struggles against Ganaha but cannot get himself free from the hooks.

(Rd 2 - 01:13) With both hooks in, Ganaha tries to flatten LeFleur out for the rear naked choke.

(Rd 2 - 01:13) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Ganaha has LeFleur flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!

(Rd 2 - 00:34) Ryuji Ganaha takes the victory by way of submission!

 

 

 

Official Result: Ryuji 'Shogun' Ganaha defeats 'The Chunky Monkey' Allen LeFleur (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 9:26 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Decent.

 

 

 

SUNDAY NIGHT FIGHTS 1 LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TOURNAMENT FINAL BOUT

 

 

 

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Ruben Rua (3-0) vs. Cal Hillson (8-0)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Ruben Rua vs. 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight ends here!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our referee is Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Benjamin Milligan III, Stewart Morecambe, and Ian Rivers.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Hillson steps forward, looking to strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Hillson is now in the pocket.

(Rd 1 - 09:49) Hillson can't hit a set-up left jab, but then he catches Rua with a right hook.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) Hillson comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) Rua hits two left hands on the counter.

(Rd 1 - 09:31) A jab lands from Hillson but finds nothing but air with a big right.

(Rd 1 - 09:18) Hillson appears to be feeling a little fatigue for the first time in this fight, his hands are starting to lower just a fraction.

(Rd 1 - 09:13) Rua lands a left hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:13) Hillson throws two quick punches but doesn't hit with either.

(Rd 1 - 08:52) Coming forward, Rua is willing to take some hits if it means being able to get close enough to grapple.

(Rd 1 - 08:52) A one-two from Hillson fails to land.

(Rd 1 - 08:40) Rua gets hold of Hillson.

(Rd 1 - 08:31) Using his wrestling skills, Rua is trying to push Hillson up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:31) Rua does it, Hillson is stuck with his back to the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:17) Hillson is looking really tired.

(Rd 1 - 08:17) Rua catches Hillson with a knee strike to the ribs from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage.

(Rd 1 - 08:03) Rua catches Hillson with a knee strike to the thigh.

(Rd 1 - 07:57) Hillson takes a hard foot stomp.

(Rd 1 - 07:42) Rua attempts a leg-sweep trip to put Hillson on the ground.

(Rd 1 - 07:42) An outside leg trip sweeps Hillson down to the ground where he is left on his back pulling half guard!

(Rd 1 - 07:28) In half guard, Rua begins working to get side control.

(Rd 1 - 07:28) Hillson fights the attempt off, and they wind up scrambling for position.

(Rd 1 - 07:14) The scramble sees Hillson up first, only to be grabbed and wrestled up against the cage almost immediately.

(Rd 1 - 07:01) Rua attempts a trip to put Hillson on the ground.

(Rd 1 - 07:01) Hillson has no answer to a slick trip, he is left down under side control!

(Rd 1 - 06:50) Rua throws a few right hands to the body.

(Rd 1 - 06:20) Rua fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.

(Rd 1 - 05:54) Rua throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.

(Rd 1 - 05:26) Rua throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.

(Rd 1 - 05:05) Rua fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.

(Rd 1 - 04:48) Rua tries to lock Hillson into a kimura.

(Rd 1 - 04:48) Hillson gets caught by the kimura, and it's deep enough that he has to tap!

(Rd 1 - 04:22) The winner, by submission, is Ruben Rua!

(Rd 1 - 04:22) Ruben Rua is the CTC Sunday Night Fights 1 Light Heavyweight winner!

 

 

 

Official Result: Ruben Rua defeats 'The Roughneck' Cal Hillson (Submission (Kimura) in 5:38 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

 

Ruben Rua Has Won A Spot In The Season 2 Light Heavyweight Tournament!

 

 

 

CO-MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Kendall Tracey (11-3) vs. Russell McPhee (20-8)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The co-main event is up next. Kendall 'The Gambler' Tracey fights Russell 'Russell Mania' McPhee in the CTC Light Heavyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Roger Bennett will be the referee.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Stewart Morecambe, Ian Rivers, and Christina Shaw.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Tracey is fighting in front of a home crowd tonight, and gets a big cheer as he makes his entrance.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!

(Rd 1 - 09:51) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) McPhee misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a jab and a right hand that landed cleanly.

(Rd 1 - 09:39) McPhee tries to cover up but is very clearly wobbling! The only reason he is still upright is that he's now slumped against the cage! Here comes Tracey, he knows that this is a chance to finish!

(Rd 1 - 09:39) Tracey goes under the guard and nails McPhee with a right uppercut! What a shot!

(Rd 1 - 09:30) Tracey lands a right uppercut but did not get all of it, McPhee partially blocked it!

(Rd 1 - 09:26) Tracey throws a vicious right uppercut to try and finish McPhee, but he is just able to dodge it.

(Rd 1 - 09:18) McPhee clears his head and circles away from the cage back to the center.

(Rd 1 - 09:03) There's a takedown attempt from Tracey.

(Rd 1 - 09:03) McPhee cannot stop the takedown and gives up side control.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Tracey attempts to kimura McPhee from side control.

(Rd 1 - 08:50) Tracey gets the kimura, twists the arm backwards, and McPhee has to tap!

(Rd 1 - 08:20) The winner, by submission, is Kendall 'The Gambler' Tracey!

 

 

Official Result: Kendall 'The Gambler' Tracey defeats Russell 'Russell Mania' McPhee (Submission (Kimura) in 1:40 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

MAIN EVENT

 

 

 

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT

 

 

 

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Mike Watson (14-1) vs. Anthony LeToussier (15-3)

 

 

 

Round 1

 

(Rd 1 - 10:00) It's time for the main event of the evening! 'The Calgary Assassin' Mike Watson takes on Anthony 'Live Wire' LeToussier in the CTC Light Heavyweight division.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Harry A. Bierce.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) Our cageside judges are: Ian Rivers, Christina Shaw, and Edward Wilde.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) LeToussier, being in front of a home crowd, gets a loud cheer as he enters.

(Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!

(Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) Watson hits a jab but can't make contact on a right head kick.

(Rd 1 - 09:51) LeToussier lands a left jab and a right cross.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Both fighters move in and engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Watson counters a right hand with a glancing blow from a high kick.

(Rd 1 - 09:23) Blood is visible on LeToussier, a strike looks to have opened up a nasty cut above his eye.

(Rd 1 - 09:03) The two fighters engage.

(Rd 1 - 09:03) LeToussier misses with a left jab but hits a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 09:03) Watson lands a quick punch but doesn't connect with a right hand.

(Rd 1 - 08:40) They come together and strike.

(Rd 1 - 08:40) LeToussier misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Watson comes in with a jab and a vicious right cross!

(Rd 1 - 08:33) He's down! LeToussier falls to the floor!

(Rd 1 - 08:33) Watson quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned LeToussier!

(Rd 1 - 08:33) Watson pounds away with rights, LeToussier is eating some sickeningly heavy shots to the face!

(Rd 1 - 08:33) The referee jumps in quickly as LeToussier has gone out!

(Rd 1 - 08:22) Mike Watson takes the victory by way of knock out!

 

 

 

Official Result: 'The Calgary Assassin' Mike Watson defeats Anthony 'Live Wire' LeToussier (Knock Out (Punch) in 1:38 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.

 

 

 

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Attendance: 2,205

Gate Reciepts: 259,087

Sponsorship: 26,533

PPV Revenue: 520,884

Merchandise: 5,224

Profit: 618,107

 

Critical Rating: 71%

Commercial Rating: 67%

 

Fight of the Night: Mike Watson vs. Anthony LeToussier

KO of the Night: Jerry Bogdonovich

Submission of the Night: Ruben Rua

 

 

 

Fallout

 

- At the end of his bout MacGregor Dare asked for a fight with Adrian Swall. This is a possibility.

 

- After his fight Joshua Hope says he'd like to test himself against Russell McPhee next.

 

- After his fight Jerry Bogdonovich says that he would like a fight against a great competitor like Jon Silvers next.

 

- After his fight, Ryuji Ganaha says he has a lot of respect for Ken Peters and would like to face him next.

 

- After winning the tournament, Ruben Rua says he'd like to face Ryuji Ganaha. Since Rua is going to be in the Light Heavyweight Tournament next season, we'll have to see when or if this fight might happen.

 

- Jon Silvers sustained a broken jaw in his TKO loss to Jericho Stewart, and will miss a couple weeks.

 

- Bruce Steven will need up to 4 months to recover from his fight at CTC 1, as such his Lightweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final match against Benny Danare will be postponed, possibly pushed into Season 2. The remainder of the Lightweight Tournament will go forward as planned.

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<p><strong>News -- January 2002</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>CTC Talent Aquisitions</strong></p><p> </p><p>

None</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>CTC Popularity</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Canada 10.8% (Low Level National) (#3 Company Rankings)</p><p>

USA 6% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

UK 6.4% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Europe 4.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Australia 4.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Japan 4.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Asia 4.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Russia 4% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Mexico 6.4% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

South America 7.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Central America 6.4% (Low Level Regional)</p><p>

Africa 4.2% (Low Level Regional)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>CTC Internationally Ranked Fighters</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Womens P4P #1: Daniella Sadorra (WEFF)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Womens Flyweight (#1 Daniella Sadorra, WEFF)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Sandy Oliver (#2, #4 P4P)</p><p>

Kochiyo Chikamatsu (#3, #6 P4P)</p><p>

Helena Broderick (#4, #8 P4P)</p><p>

Rennaya Rives (#6, #15 P4P)</p><p>

Leslie Myers (#7, #19 P4P)</p><p>

Roz Wareing (#9, #21 P4P)</p><p>

Steph Smith (#14)</p><p>

Daljit Samir (#16)</p><p>

Jenny DeNeuve (#18)</p><p>

Kyoko Junna (#20)</p><p>

Natasha Mellow (#21)</p><p>

Rhonda Britton (#23)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Womens Bantamweight (#1 Sarah Vaughn, WEFF)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Leona Deschanel (#8, #23 P4P)</p><p>

Maya Komagata (#11)</p><p>

Stella Massey (#14)</p><p>

Tiiu Kass (#15)</p><p>

Diana Marr (#19)</p><p>

Katrzyna Vojciechowska (#22)</p><p>

Marion Reynolds (#23)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Womens Featherweight (#1 Hope Lehane, CTC)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Hope Lehane (#1, #5 P4P)</p><p>

Veronika Sablikova (#3, #11 P4P)</p><p>

Anna Thompson (#4, #16 P4P)</p><p>

Haley Croft (#5, #17 P4P)</p><p>

Alyson Arroway (#6, #22 P4P)</p><p>

Tabitha Cameron (#7, #25 P4P)</p><p>

Chiyo Yanagamoto (#8)</p><p>

Rachel McGuiness (#9)</p><p>

Verona Joseph (#10)</p><p>

Hanako Shimizu (#11)</p><p>

Alisha Wood (#12)</p><p>

Kit Sakamoto (#13)</p><p>

Kirsten Page (#14)</p><p>

Kelly Andrews (#19)</p><p>

Chelsea Lawson (#20)</p><p>

Piper Evergood (#21)</p><p>

Eiko Shiokawa (#24)</p><p>

Lynda Epsom (#25)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Mens PFP #1: Matthew Dean (GAMMA)</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Bantamweight (#1 Willy Bassett, XCC)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Apolonio Redondo Jr. (#6)</p><p>

Ollie Rockmetteller (#10)</p><p>

Brian Claremont (#13)</p><p>

Stiffy Little (#17)</p><p>

Blas Suarez (#20)</p><p>

Shoin Chiba (#22)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Featherweight (#1 Philip Ziskie, XCC)</span></p><p> </p><p>

None</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Lightweight (#1 Sukarno, ALPHA-1)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Bruce Steven (#9)</p><p>

Benny Danare (#15)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Welterweight (#1 Noach Van Der Cappellen, ALPHA-1)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Bobby Brubaker (#11)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Middleweight (#1 Matthew Dean, GAMMA)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Sutton Ripley (#21)</p><p>

JJ Reid (#24)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Light Heavyweight (#1 Jin Katou, ALPHA-1)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Mike Watson (#5, #17 P4P)</p><p>

Anthony LeToussier (#23)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Heavyweight (#1 James Foster, GAMMA)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Mason Archer (#6)</p><p>

Tim Boyer (#9)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Super Heavyweight (#1 Palmer Lette, ALPHA-1)</span></p><p> </p><p>

Marvin Stevens (#12)</p><p>

Sherman Shields (#13)</p><p>

Seb Morehead (#14)</p><p>

Irwin Middleton (#17)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Other Shows</strong></p><p> </p><p>

None</p>

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</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Canadian Tournament Combat 3</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Friday, Week 1, February 2002</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:36px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Brian Claremont (10-3) vs. Blas Suarez (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

A former XCC Bantamweight Champion, Brian Claremont is a power puncher, who constantly presses the fight. Since knocking out Britt Dickering to win the XCC title, Claremont has been inconsistent at best, losing the title immediately to Willy Bassett by Unanimous Decision, bouncing back with a knock out victory over Stiffy Little, then losing a Unanimous Decision to Ray Belinger, before leaving the XCC to join the CTC. Blas Suarez is a wrestler, who loves nothing more than to grab onto an opponent and grind out a victory with smothering control.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:24px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CO-MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Bantamweight Championship Quarter-Final Bout: Stiffy Little (10-2) vs. Ang Dong (6-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Stiffy Little is a bad ass Canadian, ground and pound specialist, who likes to smash his way through opponents on the ground. For a while he was smashing his way through XCC's Bantamweight Division, but was stopped by a TKO loss to Brian Claremont in his last fight. Ang Dong is trained in Judo, and likes to use his array of trips and throws to get the fight to the ground, where he can utilize his submission game. He is coming off a Split Decision victory over Sophan Sastrowardoya.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Bantamweight Championship Quarter-Final Bout: Shoin Chiba (8-0) vs. D'Arcy Spode (9-2)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Shoin Chiba is a submission fighter, with a variety of holds in his repertoire, who loves to seek out oppportunities to use them, however, he has no stand up skills to speak of. D'Arcy Spode is an all round fighter. He has an arrogant persona, and was riding high on a three fight win streak starting his XCC career. However he is coming off a horrible 2001, that saw him lose back to back fights, by Unanimous Decision against Ollie Rockemetteller, and by Majority Decision against Bonzo Anstruther.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Lito Alcala (5-1) vs. Britt Dickering (7-3)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Lito Alcala is a jack of all trades, good at all areas of MMA, but lacking a stand out skill that would make him more dangerous. He is coming off a Unanimous Decision victory over Sinthaweechai Miprathang in KDM FC. Britt Dickering is a fan favorite striker, who favors vicious knee strikes from the Muay Thai clinch as his weapons of choice. He beat Stefan Champion by TKO to become XCC's first ever Bantamweight Champion, but is coming off three straight losses: by knock out to Brian Claremont to lose the title, by Unanimous Decision to Stiffy Little, and by submission to Markus Waller.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Markus Waller (5-0) vs. Kawin Kayem (6-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Markus Waller is a BJJ practitioner, and is one of the most dangerous MMA fighters on the ground. He was a part of XCC's Banmtamweight Division, and is coming off a submission victory over Britt Dickering. Kawin Kayem is a powerful Muay Thai striker, who can batter opponents into submission with a vicious kicks. He was part of KDM FC's Bantamweight Division, and is coming off his first professional loss, a second round submission loss to Ryozo Ozawa.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Ashihei Bando (7-2) vs. Tossapol Puangchan (4-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Ashihei Bando is a Judoka, who uses his trips and throws to take the fight to the ground, and set up submissions. He can be overwhelmed by stronger fighters, but on the flip side, has been known to surprise people with his submission game. Tossapol Puangchan is a high level taekwondo striker, who moves forward, pursuing opponents with a kill or be killed mentality. He is coming off a TKO victory over Suporn Yooyen in KDM FC.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Ollie Rockmetteller (8-0-1) vs. Apolonio Redondo Jr (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Ollie Rockmetteller is a quality striker, who is widely tipped to be a star one day. He joined the XCC's Bantamweight Division, and after a Unanimous Decision victory D'Arcy Spode, he is coming off a Unanimous Draw against Ray Bellinger. Apolonio Redondo Jr. is a taekwondo striker, who likes to batter opponents with an array of punches, and kicks. He joined the KDM FC Bantamweight Division, and is coming off back to back third round TKO victories over Po-Han Yue, and Pipob Jakkuprasat.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament Quarter-Final Bout: Maya Asgar (6-0) vs. Newton Reis (6-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Maya Asgar is a Judoka with a particularly fearsome guillotine choke. He is good on the ground, and in the clinch, but his striking is slow and awkward. He is coming off a third round submission victory over Tito del Sol in KDM FC. Newton Reis is a jiu jitsu practitioner, who is capable of causing much bigger men to beg for mercy with his submission game.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:14px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">PRELIMINARY CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Womens Flyweight Bout: Shannon Palmer (7-2) vs. Catherine Davis (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Shannon Palmer is a BJJ student, nicknamed "The Rash" because once she's on someone, she's hard to remove. She has an excellent submission game, but that is her only major weapon in the cage. Catherine Davis is a Taekwondo fighter, who uses an arsenal of explosive, and damaging kicks to hurt opponents.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Heavyweight Bout: Aston Merryman (1-0) vs. Genady Lopatin (0-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Aston Merryman is a happy guy, with a jovial attitude, who is likely to endear himself to fans, however, in the cage he uses his dangerous submission game to cause pain to his opponents. Gennady Lopatin has a Sambo background, and a well rounded MMA game. He prefers to get opponents to the ground, and destroy them with brutal ground and pound.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Lightweight Bout: Braxton Pryce (4-6) vs. Chakrit Mamanee (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Braxton Pryce has some mediocre striking in his arsenal, but not much else. He was with XCC, but a four fight losing streak (2nd Round TKO loss to Duane Weatherly, 3rd Round Knock Out Loss to Chuck Brown, 1st Round TKO loss to Bosco Curbeam, and 1st Round Knock Out loss to Steven Wu) saw him released from the company, and he has now moved home to Canada in an attempt to jump start his career. Chakrit Mamanee is very dangerous on the ground, with the skills to either tap someone out, or pound them into oblivion. Always in great physical shape, Mamanee will be tough to stop.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

</p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Lightweight Bout: Shawn McCarthy (2-0) vs. Nathan Wyles (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p>

Shawn McCarthy is a submission specialist, who likes to get the fight to the ground by any means, and then look for the tap. He is equally dangerous on top, or on his back. Nathan Wyles is one of the top Muay Thai fighters in the British Isles. His kicks and knees are his main weapons, and he is likely to have some highlight reel knockouts in his career.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Weigh-In Results</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Brian Claremont (135 lbs) vs. Blas Suarez (135 lbs)</p><p>

Stiffy Little (135 lbs) vs. Ang Dong (135 lbs)</p><p>

Shoin Chiba (135 lbs) vs. D'Arcy Spode (135 lbs)</p><p>

Lito Alcala (135 lbs) vs. Britt Dickering (135 lbs)</p><p>

Markus Waller (135 lbs) vs. Kawin Kayem (135 lbs)</p><p>

Ashihei Bando (135 lbs) vs. Tossapol Puangchan (135 lbs)</p><p>

Ollie Rockmetteller (135 lbs). vs Apolonio Redondo Jr (135 lbs)</p><p>

Maya Asgar (135 lbs) vs. Newton Reis (135 lbs)</p><p> </p><p>

Shannon Palmer (125 lbs) vs. Catherine Davis (125 lbs)</p><p>

Aston Merryman (251 lbs) vs. Gennady Lopatin (216 lbs)</p><p>

Braxton Pryce (155 lbs) vs. Chakrit Mamanee (155 lbs)</p><p>

Shawn McCarthy (155 lbs) vs. Nathan Wyles (155 lbs)</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">TOURNAMENT BRACKETS</span></strong></span></p><p> </p><p>

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<strong>Canadian Tournament Combat 3 Full Fight Card</strong></p><p> </p><p>

BW Title QF: Brian Claremont vs. Blas Suarez</p><p>

BW Title QF: Stiffy Little vs. Ang Dong</p><p>

BW Title QF: Shoin Chiba vs. D'Arcy Spode</p><p>

BW QF: Lito Alcala vs. Britt Dickering</p><p>

BW QF: Markus Waller vs. Kawin Kayem</p><p>

BW QF: Ashihei Bando vs Tossapol Puangchan</p><p>

BW Title QF: Ollie Rockmetteller vs Apolonio Redondo Jr.</p><p>

BW QF: Maya Asgar vs. Newton Reis</p><p> </p><p>

WFLW: Shannon Palmer vs. Catherine Davis</p><p>

HW: Aston Merryman vs. Gennady Lopatin</p><p>

LW: Braxton Pryce vs. Chakrit Mamanee</p><p>

LW: Shawn McCarthy vs. Nathan Wyles</p>

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3_zpsmwksx1tc.jpg.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="CTC3_zpsmwksx1tc.jpg" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3_zpsmwksx1tc.jpg" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Friday, Week 1, February 2002</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Live From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:14px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">PRELIMINARY CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Streamed Live on CTCombat.ca</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shawn%20McCarthy_zpszogmlise.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Shawn%20McCarthy_zpszogmlise.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shawn%20McCarthy_zpszogmlise.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Nathan%20Wyles_zpscnw3bbi9.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Nathan%20Wyles_zpscnw3bbi9.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Nathan%20Wyles_zpscnw3bbi9.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Shawn McCarthy (2-0) vs. Nathan Wyles (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) We open the prelims with Shawn McCarthy battling Nathan Wyles.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Kyle Crisp is the referee for this fight.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Kevin Burns, Benjamin Milligan III, and Alan Allen.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Round one begins!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) Wyles steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) McCarthy hits a jab in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) Wyles connects with a nice jab and then he scores with a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:25) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:05) Wyles attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:05) McCarthy hits a jab in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:05) Wyles can't hit a set-up left jab, but then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:52) Wyles comes forward to attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:52) McCarthy hit a counter right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:52) Wyles connects with a jab but finds nothing but air with a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:34) Wyles hits a left hand, but finds nothing but air with a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:17) Wyles confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:17) McCarthy had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:17) A jab hits home from Wyles and then he scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:59) McCarthy had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:59) Wyles hits a left hand, but his big right hand follow-up misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:36) Wyles steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:36) McCarthy manages a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:36) A jab is wide from Wyles, but then he hits McCarthy with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:15) There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:59) Wyles initiates an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:59) McCarthy fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:59) Wyles throws a one-two, but McCarthy was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:37) Wyles connects with two left hands and then hits McCarthy with a body kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:05) McCarthy moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt his opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening to start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:05) A jab is wide from Wyles, but then he hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:05) Blood is visible on McCarthy, a strike looks to have opened up a cut under his eye.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:50) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) Wyles forces an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) McCarthy fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) McCarthy falls for a feint and is left vulnerable to attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) Wyles can't connect with a jab, but then he hits a body kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:09) A jab hits home from Wyles and then he hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:00) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:53) Wyles steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:53) McCarthy fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:53) Wyles uses a left jab but McCarthy evades a big right punch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:33) McCarthy comes in, looking for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:33) Wyles gets taken down by a single leg, and has to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:21) McCarthy begins trying to pass the guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:21) McCarthy gets past, but Wyles stops him at half guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:21) Wyles made it as hard as possible and is really concentrating on trying to slow McCarthy down.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:15) McCarthy is trying to get out of half guard and into a better position.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:15) He does excellently, getting into side control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:40) McCarthy tries to lock Wyles into an arm triangle.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:40) Wyles blocks it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:05) McCarthy attempts the mount.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:05) He can't get the mount as Wyles rolls away to stop it, but does take his back instead.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:37) McCarthy successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:15) McCarthy pounds away and Wyles struggles to deal with them.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:15) It looks like McCarthy may have damaged his hand while pounding away, he looks in pain.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:15) If the hand is broken, his job just got a lot tougher.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:58) There's under a minute left in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:58) With both hooks in, McCarthy tries to flatten Wyles out for the rear naked choke.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:58) Wyles stops McCarthy from getting his arm under the chin and completing the choke.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:16) McCarthy attempts to complete a rear naked choke, having both hooks fully in.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:16) The rear naked choke is in deep, but Wyles only has to survive a few seconds before the round ends!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round one.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Good effort there, that was a very exciting round to watch. More please!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) The corner goes to work between rounds trying to close the cut on McCarthy.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) Round two begins!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Wyles confidently comes in closer.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Wyles connects with a nice jab and then hits McCarthy with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:38) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:01) Wyles moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:01) Wyles hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:48) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but the flurry ends without any really damaging shots landing.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:30) Wyles is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:15) Wyles closes in on McCarthy, looking to unleash some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:15) Wyles throws a punch but McCarthy avoids it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:03) Wyles comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:03) McCarthy hit a counter right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:03) Wyles throws a one-two, but McCarthy was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:51) Wyles comes forward.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:51) Wyles bobs out of the way of a jab and moves into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:51) Wyles fails to land with a combo that ended with an attempted roundhouse body kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:36) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:09) Wyles comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:09) McCarthy throws a counter jab but misses.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:09) Wyles throws a one-two, but McCarthy was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:55) They exchange a few strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:20) Wyles comes forward to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:20) McCarthy tries to hit a jab, but misses.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:20) Wyles uses a left jab but doesn't hit the body kick follow-up.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:50) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:27) Wyles comes forward, walking down McCarthy.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:27) McCarthy hits a jab in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:27) A jab hits home from Wyles and then he hits a scything kick to the legs of McCarthy.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:01) McCarthy wants to grapple but is clearly wary of his opponent's striking.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:01) Wyles hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:01) A strike has re-opened the cut under the eye of McCarthy.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:53) We move into the second half of this round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:48) Two defensive jabs hit from McCarthy, but neither had any power.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:48) Wyles can't hit a set-up left jab, but then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:31) Wyles comes forward to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:31) Wyles avoids a jab and is able to move into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:31) Wyles lands two jabs and then he catches McCarthy with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:12) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:47) An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:11) Wyles comes forward.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:11) McCarthy fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:11) Wyles lands a jab and then he scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:59) The referee calls for a pause, he wants to check the cut on McCarthy.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:59) The doctor seems happy that the cut isn't going to be an issue.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:59) The referee brings them to the center and we're back underway!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:59) Wyles appears to be feeling a little fatigue for the first time in this fight, his hands are starting to lower just a fraction.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:49) They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:22) An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:57) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither can land a significant shot.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:37) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:09) Wyles comes forward.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:09) McCarthy hit a counter right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:09) Wyles lands a left hand and then he catches McCarthy with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:57) We're into the final minute of the round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:43) They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:14) Wyles confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:14) Wyles connects with a jab, but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round two.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) And here we go, one last round!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:51) Wyles attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:51) McCarthy misses with a right hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:51) A combo that ends with a head kick attempt fails to land for Wyles.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:44) Wyles looks very tired out there.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:37) Wyles comes forward on the attack.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:37) McCarthy manages a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:37) Wyles connects with a nice jab and then he hits McCarthy with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:19) Wyles confidently moves in closer, looking to throw some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:19) Wyles can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then scores with a right roundhouse kick to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:00) McCarthy keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:00) Wyles hits a left jab and then scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:39) Wyles lands a jab and then catches McCarthy with a low kick to the front leg.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:22) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:22) Wyles hits a left jab but doesn't find the mark with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:22) McCarthy lands a right jab and a left cross.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:03) McCarthy looked like he was going to shoot, but Wyles simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:03) Wyles uses a left jab, but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:54) Wyles rolls his shoulders to relieve a little of the tension that has built up, then moves forward.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:48) McCarthy warily circles, looking for the opening he needs to shoot in.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:48) Wyles can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:20) Wyles hits a left jab and then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:11) McCarthy has an obvious limp as he circles.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:05) McCarthy shoots in for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:05) The takedown is successful, Wyles couldn't quite stay on his feet.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:05) McCarthy ends up holding a seated Wyles around the waist, pressing him up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:57) McCarthy attempts to guillotine Wyles, who is stuck against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:57) McCarthy gets the guillotine, applies pressure, and Wyles has to tap!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:18) The winner, by submission; Shawn McCarthy!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Shawn McCarthy defeats Nathan Wyles (Submission (Guillotine) in 3:42 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Fantastic.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">LIGHTWEIGHT BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Braxton%20Pryce_zpsgcgugura.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Braxton%20Pryce_zpsgcgugura.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Braxton%20Pryce_zpsgcgugura.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><strong><span style="font-size:14px;">VS.</span></strong><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Chakrit%20Mamanee_zpssj1dacyj.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Chakrit%20Mamanee_zpssj1dacyj.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Chakrit%20Mamanee_zpssj1dacyj.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Braxton Pryce (4-6) vs. Chakrit Mamanee (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which Braxton Pryce takes on Chakrit Mamanee.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Roger Bennett is the referee for this fight.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Johnny Beerbohm, Marianne Froth, and Kevin Burns.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The fighters touch gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Pryce misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Mamanee comes in with a jab and a right hook that is ducked.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:29) Pryce throws a punch but Mamanee was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:21) Mamanee seizes the chance and shoots in on Pryce.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:13) The takedown is completed, Mamanee gets side control from it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:02) Mamanee attempts to grab a leg and kneebar Pryce.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:02) Pryce blocks it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:30) Mamanee tries to ensnare Pryce in a kimura.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:30) Pryce stops Mamanee from applying it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:50) Mamanee tries to ensnare Pryce in a kimura.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:50) Mamanee gets the kimura, twists the arm backwards, and Pryce has to tap!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:21) The winner, by submission; Chakrit Mamanee!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Chakrit Mamanee defeats Braxton Pryce (Submission (Kimura) in 2:39 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Aston%20Merryman_zpskoafkqki.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Aston%20Merryman_zpskoafkqki.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Aston%20Merryman_zpskoafkqki.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Gennady%20Lopatin_zps6eg2r9ro.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Gennady%20Lopatin_zps6eg2r9ro.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Gennady%20Lopatin_zps6eg2r9ro.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Aston Merryman (1-0) vs. Gennady Lopatin (0-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on, Aston 'The Joker' Merryman takes on Gennady Lopatin.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Roger Bennett.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Benjamin Milligan III, Alan Allen, and Johnny Beerbohm.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Merryman is much the larger fighter, at an estimate he must have 35lbs at least on Lopatin. That could prove significant as the fight unfolds.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:47) Lopatin can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:47) Merryman looks to have been cut under his eye.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:35) Lopatin comes forward on the attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:35) Merryman misses with a right hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:35) Lopatin can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then he hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:17) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither lands anything worthwhile.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:40) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:13) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:42) Moving forward constantly, Lopatin is pressuring Merryman.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:42) Lopatin avoids a jab and is able to move into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:42) Lopatin lands a left hand and then he hits Merryman with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:18) Lopatin comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:18) Merryman lands a right hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:18) Lopatin can't hit a set-up left jab, but then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:59) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but the flurry ends without any really damaging shots landing.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:38) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but neither lands anything significant in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:01) Lopatin steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:01) Merryman throws a counter right but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:01) Lopatin lands a left jab but Merryman avoids a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:47) Referee Roger Bennett calls for a pause, he wants to check the cut on Merryman.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:47) The doctor checks the wound, and doesn't take long to signal to the referee that it is only minor.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:47) The referee signals for the fight to continue!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:32) Lopatin attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:32) Merryman throws a counter right but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:32) A one-two from Lopatin fails to land.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:22) Lopatin rolls his shoulders to relax them, then moves forward.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:14) Lopatin comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:14) Merryman fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:14) A jab is wide from Lopatin, but then he scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:56) We go past the halfway point of this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:56) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:33) Lopatin comes forward, walking down Merryman.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:33) Lopatin steps into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:33) Lopatin lands a left hand and then he scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:11) Moving forward constantly, Lopatin is pressuring Merryman.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:11) Merryman hit a counter right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:11) Lopatin hits a left hand but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:02) Taking a few gulps of breath, Lopatin is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:54) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:30) Merryman looked like he was going to step in and grapple, but Lopatin simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:30) A jab hits home from Lopatin and then he hits Merryman with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:07) Lopatin comes forward on the attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:07) Merryman fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:07) A jab hits home from Lopatin and then he catches Merryman with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:48) Merryman appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Lopatin took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:48) Lopatin connects with a jab, but Merryman evades a big right punch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:34) Lopatin glances at the clock.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:20) An exchange of strikes doesn't go anywhere.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:43) Lopatin initiates an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:43) Merryman throws a counter right but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:43) Lopatin connects with a nice jab and then he hits Merryman with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:34) Lopatin moves confidently around the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:24) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:05) Lopatin comes forward to attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:05) Merryman fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:05) A jab hits home from Lopatin and then he catches Merryman with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:51) There's under a minute left in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) Lopatin comes forward.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) Lopatin avoids a jab and is able to move into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) Lopatin can't connect with a jab, but then he hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:25) Lopatin steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:25) Merryman hit a counter right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:25) Lopatin connects with a nice jab and then he catches Merryman with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:04) Lopatin can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Lopatin closes in on Merryman, looking to unleash some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Merryman had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Lopatin can't hit a set-up left jab, but then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:33) A jab is wide from Lopatin, but then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:21) Lopatin appears to be feeling a little fatigue for the first time in this fight, his hands are starting to lower just a fraction.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:15) Lopatin moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:15) Lopatin lands a left jab, but Merryman avoids a big right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:05) Lopatin looks very tired out there, I think he is deep into his gas tank now.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:53) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:53) Both fighters throw but neither can land a shot.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:53) Lopatin is off-target with a jab and also doesn't find the mark with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:53) Merryman misses with a right jab and also has a left hand absorbed on the gloves.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:39) Lopatin is looking really tired.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) Merryman clearly respects his opponent's striking as he is very wary about getting close enough to grapple.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) Lopatin lands a left hand and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:07) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:07) Merryman dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a good left hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:47) Merryman keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:47) Lopatin lands a left jab, but his big right hand follow-up misses.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:28) Lopatin comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:28) Lopatin hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:04) A jab hits home from Lopatin and then he hits Merryman with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:48) There's a takedown attempt from Merryman.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:48) The takedown is successful, Lopatin pulls guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:35) Merryman begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:35) Lopatin can't do anything about the pass, and is left under side control.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:38) Merryman punches down at Lopatin, but they are easily taken on the gloves.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:16) Merryman blocks Lopatin as he tries a transition to guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) Merryman begins trying to get himself into a mount.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) Lopatin tries to sweep from the mount attempt but gets rolled and gives up his back.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:29) Merryman successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:17) With both hooks in, Merryman tries to flatten Lopatin out for the rear naked choke.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:17) Lopatin gets flattened out with the rear naked choke, he has to tap!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:44) By submission, the winner is Aston Merryman!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Aston 'The Joker' Merryman defeats Gennady Lopatin (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:16 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">WOMENS FLYWEIGHT BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shannon%20Palmer_zpskq7zx6ny.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Shannon%20Palmer_zpskq7zx6ny.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shannon%20Palmer_zpskq7zx6ny.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Catherine%20Davis_zpsex3ds70h.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Catherine%20Davis_zpsex3ds70h.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Catherine%20Davis_zpsex3ds70h.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Shannon Palmer (7-2) vs. Catherine Davis (1-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) In the last of the preliminary fights, Shannon 'The Rash' Palmer takes on Catherine Davis in the CTC Womens Flyweight division.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Christian Maugham will be the referee.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Johnny Beerbohm, Marianne Froth, and Kevin Burns.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:52) Davis steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:52) Palmer fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:52) A jab lands from Davis but Palmer avoids a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:37) They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:03) Davis forces an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:03) Palmer fires off a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:03) A jab is wide from Davis, but then she lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:45) Davis steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:45) Davis steps into the pocket, showing little fear of Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:45) Davis lands a left hand and then she hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:28) Davis steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:28) Palmer manages a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:28) Davis can't connect with a jab, but then she hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:10) Davis attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:10) Palmer throws a counter jab but misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:10) Davis connects with a jab but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:49) Davis steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:49) Palmer throws a counter left but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:49) Davis can't hit a set-up left jab, but then she scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:30) Davis comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:30) Palmer fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:30) Davis throws two quick punches but doesn't hit with either.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:08) An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:44) A quick exchange of strikes does not produce any damage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:25) They exchange a few strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:06) Davis steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:06) Palmer throws a counter left but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:06) Davis connects with a nice jab and then she hits Palmer with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:46) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:46) Davis hits a left jab but can't hit a right cross. Palmer is off-target with a jab but scores with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:19) Davis initiates an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:19) Palmer fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:19) A jab hits home from Davis and then she catches Palmer with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:57) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:57) Davis connects with two left hands and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:34) Davis comes forward looking to force a striking exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:34) Palmer throws a counter left but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:34) Davis can't hit a set-up left jab, but then she scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:20) Davis uses a left jab, but misses with a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:03) Davis comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:03) Palmer manages a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:03) Davis can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then she hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:51) Palmer had looked like she was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:51) Davis lands a left jab, but Palmer avoids a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:28) Palmer keeps slightly out of range, looking for a chance to dart in and start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:28) Davis lands a left hand and then hits Palmer with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:01) Davis comes forward, walking down Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:01) Davis looks to pressure Palmer, stepping into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:01) Davis lands two left hands and then she hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:46) Switching to a southpaw stance, Davis gets ready to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:38) They exchange a few strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:09) Davis connects with a nice jab and then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:51) Davis comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:51) Palmer hit a counter left hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:51) Davis hits a right hand but Palmer evades a big left punch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:22) Davis hits a right hand, but Palmer catches the low kick that it set up!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:14) Seizing her chance, Palmer attempts a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:14) Davis does extremely well, pulling her leg free to prevent the takedown and then moving back out of range.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:53) We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:53) Davis is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:45) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:45) Palmer misses a right cross that leaves her open to the counter. Davis attacks with a jab and a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:20) Davis steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:20) Davis looks to pressure Palmer, stepping into the pocket.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:20) Davis connects with a nice jab and then she scores with a left head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) And here we go, round two!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:52) Davis can't connect with a jab, but then hits Palmer with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:40) Davis fails to find a home for her jab, but then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:28) Palmer appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Davis took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:28) Davis connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:04) Palmer may have been aiming to get in close, but Davis aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:04) Davis hits a left jab and then catches Palmer with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:44) Davis moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:44) Davis lands a left hand and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) Palmer appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Davis took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) Davis connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:09) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:09) Palmer misses a big right hand, putting her off balance and allowing Davis to attack with a jab and a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:02) Palmer backs away...and almost falls down! I think that last strike really hurt her!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:02) Davis launches a head kick that lands hard! Palmer goes down!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:51) Davis moves in quickly to try and finish Palmer with stomps and kicks!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:51) Davis stomps and kicks away at the stunned Palmer but can't put her away!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:33) Palmer is allowed to stand back up, Davis simply stepped away.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:12) Palmer had looked like she was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:12) Davis can't connect with a jab, but then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:58) Davis can't hit a set-up left jab, but then scores with a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:44) Palmer moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt her opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening to start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:44) Davis connects with a nice jab and then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:20) It looked like we were about to see Palmer try and get some grappling started, but Davis was more aggressive and took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:20) Davis hits a left jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:11) A few deep breaths betray that Davis is starting to get into the deeper reaches of her gas tank.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:01) A jab hits home from Davis and then she catches Palmer with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:37) Davis connects with a nice jab and then catches Palmer with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:25) Palmer has an obvious limp as she circles.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:20) Palmer appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Davis took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:20) Davis lands a jab and then hits Palmer with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:54) We are now at the halfway point of the round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:54) Davis comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:54) Davis connects with a nice jab and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:42) Palmer limps pretty heavily as she circles around.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:34) Davis can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:11) Davis lands a left hand and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:47) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:47) Davis counters a right hand with a quick kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:30) Davis lands a jab and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:20) Davis doesn't look like she has much left in the tank.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:14) Davis hits a left jab and then lands a big right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:00) Limping heavily, Palmer is struggling to move around.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:48) Davis hits a left hand, but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:25) Davis can't hit a set-up left jab, but then scores with a right roundhouse kick to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:05) Palmer had looked like she was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:05) Davis can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:51) Davis can't hit a set-up left jab, but then hits Palmer with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:51) Palmer looks to have been cut under her eye.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:45) Limping heavily, Palmer is struggling to move around.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:35) Circling, Palmer clearly wants to get close enough to grapple but is wary about getting hit.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:35) Davis can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:23) Davis can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:02) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:02) Davis slips past a right hook and counters with a jab and a right hand that landed cleanly.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:49) Palmer is barely able to walk thanks to all the damage to the legs she has been forced to take.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:35) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:16) An exchange of blows comes and goes without either fighter really landing anything significant.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round two.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) The corner goes to work between rounds trying to close the cut on Palmer.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the final round!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:52) Palmer looked like she was going to shoot, but Davis simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:52) Davis lands a jab and then scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:43) Davis looks very, very tired.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:32) Palmer looked like she was going to step in and grapple, but Davis simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:32) A one-two from Davis fails to land.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:22) Barely able to walk now, the damage Palmer has taken to her legs has really taken its toll.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:09) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:09) Palmer lands a left jab but has a right hand absorbed on the gloves.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:09) Davis scores with a jab but misses a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:42) Palmer looked like she was going to shoot, but Davis simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:42) Davis hits a left jab and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:19) Davis fails to find a home for her jab, but then lands a big right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:55) Davis connects with a jab, but her big right hand follow-up misses.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:28) Davis looks confident, shortening the range as she looks to strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:28) Davis uses a left jab, but Palmer evades a big right punch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:04) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:04) Palmer hits a left hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:04) Davis hits a good right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:47) Davis can't connect with her set-up strikes, but then hits a nice straight right that lands hard.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:42) Barely able to walk now, the damage Palmer has taken to her legs has really taken its toll.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:37) Davis lands a jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Palmer.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:15) Davis comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:15) A jab is wide from Davis, but then she hits Palmer with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:09) The gas tank looks empty on Davis.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:57) Palmer looked like she was going to shoot, but Davis simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:57) Davis hits a left jab and then lands a big right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:38) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:38) Palmer misses a right cross that leaves her open to the counter. Davis attacks with a nice right hook.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:15) Palmer shoots in, looking for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:15) Davis almost stops the takedown but is left hopping on one leg while Palmer holds the other.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:15) Palmer uses the position to drive Davis up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:53) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:53) Palmer looks to sweep a leg out from under Davis so as to take her down with a trip.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:53) Davis has no answer to a slick trip, she is left down under side control!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:38) Palmer looks to get a mount.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:38) Davis rolls to the side to try and escape the mount but only succeeds in giving up her back instead.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:59) Palmer successfully gets both hooks in, and seems primed to finish.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:35) Palmer, with both hooks fully in, tries to get the rear naked choke applied.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:35) The rear naked choke is fully applied, Palmer has Davis flattened out completely, there is no option but to tap out!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:03) The winner, by submission; Shannon Palmer!</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Shannon 'The Rash' Palmer defeats Catherine Davis (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 6:57 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Good.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN CARD</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Broadcast Live on Tournament TV Around The World</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC SEASON 1 BANTAMWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Maya%20Asgar_zps2hjnkhcm.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Maya%20Asgar_zps2hjnkhcm.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Maya%20Asgar_zps2hjnkhcm.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Newton%20Reis_zpsflimvddm.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Newton%20Reis_zpsflimvddm.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Newton%20Reis_zpsflimvddm.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Maya Asgar (6-0) vs. Newton Reis (6-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) The main card opens with Maya Asgar competing against Newton 'The Mongoose' Reis.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) A semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament is up for grabs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Christian Maugham will be the referee.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Alan Allen, Johnny Beerbohm, and Marianne Froth.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Reis throws a one-two, but Asgar was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:36) Asgar is able to grab Reis.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:26) Asgar attempts to set up a judo-based throw to take Reis to the ground.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:26) An outside leg trip sweeps Reis down to the ground where he is left on his back pulling half guard!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:14) In half guard, Asgar begins working to get side control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:14) Reis allows the pass, but it's just a ploy to allow him to try and scramble.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:01) Asgar scrambles to his feet, but Reis grabs him from behind.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:49) Grappling from behind, Reis attempts to pick Asgar up and force him down to the ground.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:49) Reis gets the takedown with apparent ease, Asgar could do nothing to stop it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:38) Reis gets side control on Asgar.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:38) Reis tries to ensnare Asgar in an arm triangle.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:38) Asgar doesn't allow the arm triangle to be applied.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:08) Asgar brings his legs in to trap Reis in half guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:57) Reis fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:33) Asgar tries to sweep Reis but can't do it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:09) Reis tries to pass the half guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:09) Reis is too skilled for Asgar, passing half guard and gaining side control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:44) Reis attempts to kimura Asgar from side control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:44) Asgar stops Reis from applying it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:14) Asgar tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:02) Reis tries to lock Asgar into a kimura.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:02) Reis gets the kimura fully applied and Asgar has to tap out!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:35) By submission, the winner is Newton Reis!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:35) Newton Reis books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Newton 'The Mongoose' Reis defeats Maya Asgar (Submission (Kimura) in 4:25 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ollie%20Rockmetteller_zpssx2xzaab.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Ollie%20Rockmetteller_zpssx2xzaab.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ollie%20Rockmetteller_zpssx2xzaab.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Apolonio%20Redondo%20Jr_zpsvttl4uys.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Apolonio%20Redondo%20Jr_zpsvttl4uys.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Apolonio%20Redondo%20Jr_zpsvttl4uys.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Ollie Rockmetteller (8-0-1) vs. Apolonio Redondo Jr. (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; 'One Minute' Ollie Rockmetteller going up against Apolonio Redondo Jr.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Kyle Crisp.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges are: Alan Allen, Johnny Beerbohm, and Marianne Froth.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Redondo is off-target with two jabs and also misses with a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Rockmetteller doesn't connect with a left jab and also can't make contact on a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:27) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:27) Redondo lands a one-two.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:27) Rockmetteller scores with a jab but doesn't connect with a right hand to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:03) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:03) Rockmetteller slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a jab and a left hook to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:47) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:47) Redondo lands a one-two.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:47) Rockmetteller hits a left jab and also lands a left kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:24) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:01) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:35) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:35) Rockmetteller misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Redondo comes in with a left kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:07) They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:35) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:35) Rockmetteller doesn't connect with a left jab but hits a glancing high kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:35) Redondo hits a jab and also hits a kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:06) The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:41) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:41) Redondo misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a nice right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) Redondo hits a kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:27) Rockmetteller misses with a left jab but nails a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) Redondo connects with a left hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) Rockmetteller hits a left jab and also scores a glancing blow with a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:53) We go past the halfway point of this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:41) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:41) Redondo hits a left jab but has a right hand blocked.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:41) Rockmetteller goes up top with a head kick, but only gets a glancing blow.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:22) Both fighters step in to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:22) Rockmetteller misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Redondo comes in with a left jab and a right hand that narrowly fails to connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:02) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:02) Redondo misses with a left jab but hits a right hand. Rockmetteller scores with a jab but fails to land a body kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:02) It looks like Rockmetteller has been cut under the eye.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:32) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:32) There's a flurry of activity but neither fighter is able to land a telling strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:32) Redondo throws two punches but Rockmetteller has a good guard and absorbs all of them with ease.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:32) Rockmetteller is off target with a left jab and also misses with a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:09) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but neither lands anything significant in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:49) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:49) Redondo parries away a body kick and counters with a left jab and a big right hand that just misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Both fighters step in to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Redondo goes for a leg kick but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Rockmetteller misses with a pair of jabs and also has a right hand absorbed on the gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:09) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:09) Redondo misses with a big right hand, allowing Rockmetteller to counter with a quick left jab and a head kick attempt that doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:35) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:35) Redondo misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Rockmetteller comes in with a left roundhouse kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:14) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:14) Redondo scores with two quick punches that set up a nice uppercut. Rockmetteller is off-target with a jab but nails a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:00) We have one minute of the round remaining.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:49) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:49) There's a brief exchange of fire but neither fighter lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:49) Redondo throws a two punch combination but Rockmetteller maintains his good guard and is safe.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:49) Rockmetteller misses with an attempted shot to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) With Rockmetteller bleeding, referee Kyle Crisp pauses the fight so that the cut can be checked.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) The doctor seems happy that the cut isn't going to be an issue.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:39) We're back underway!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:33) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:33) Rockmetteller misses a right hook and gets countered with a left jab and a right cross that just misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:06) A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) The time runs out on round one.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) We are back underway!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:50) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:50) Rockmetteller misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Redondo attacks with a jab and a big right hand that just misses.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:32) The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:00) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:00) Redondo is well off target with a head kick and gets punished with a left hook to the side of the body.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:39) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:39) Redondo opens Rockmetteller up with a feint.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:39) Redondo slips past a right hook and counters with a quick left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:20) The two fighters stand and trade strikes, neither lands a significant blow in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:56) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:56) Neither fighter lands a significant strike in a quick exchange.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:56) Redondo can't get past the good guard of Rockmetteller, two punches were simply absorbed.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:56) Rockmetteller misses with a left jab and also has a right hook blocked.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:35) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:35) Redondo feints to one side, causing Rockmetteller to react and leave himself off balance.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:35) Redondo counters a right hand with a jab and a right hand that narrowly fails to connect.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:21) Rockmetteller is slowing just a little as he starts to get into the gas tank a bit.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:06) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:06) Redondo is off-target with a jab and also fails to land a body kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:06) Rockmetteller misses with a left jab and also misses a high kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:45) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:45) Rockmetteller is off target with a left jab but scores with a left kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:45) Redondo connects with a quick head kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:36) Rockmetteller steps back and tries to cover up...I think he has been hurt!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:36) A head kick lands hard, Rockmetteller falls to the ground and is in major trouble!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:21) Redondo moves in quickly to try and finish Rockmetteller with stomps and kicks!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:21) Redondo hits several big stomps and kicks, but Rockmetteller somehow hangs on!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:05) Redondo tries to secure a ground position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:05) Rockmetteller catches Redondo in guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:54) Redondo begins trying to pass the guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:54) He finds himself unable to pass guard on this attempt.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:15) Rockmetteller grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Redondo from the bottom of the guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:15) Redondo blocks the attempt.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:36) Clearly worried by the submission threat, Redondo keeps very tight to Rockmetteller and peppers him with short strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:18) Rockmetteller grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Redondo from the bottom of the guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:18) Redondo doesn't let Rockmetteller get it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:58) Redondo attempts to pass guard and gain a better position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:58) After a struggle, he gets to half guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:25) Looking to catch his breath, Redondo is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:06) Rockmetteller gets some separation and tries to scramble for position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:06) Redondo is too quick though, and grabs side control before Rockmetteller can get up.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:50) Redondo throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:23) Redondo fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:59) Redondo blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:39) Redondo throws a few right hands to the body.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:14) Redondo blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:58) We're into the final minute of the round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:58) Redondo pounds away but Rockmetteller deals with the blows fairly easily.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:42) Redondo blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:22) Redondo pounds away on Rockmetteller, landing a few clean shots but not many.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:04) Redondo blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) Round two ends as time expires.</p><p> </p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) Our last round, round three, begins!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:55) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:55) Redondo counters a right hand with a clean right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:26) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:26) Rockmetteller misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a nice left hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:15) Taking a few gulps of breath, Redondo is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:10) They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:42) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:42) Rockmetteller doesn't connect with a left jab but lands a left kick to the rib cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:42) Redondo misses a jab but scores with a great right hook.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:16) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:16) Rockmetteller misses with a big right hand, allowing Redondo to counter with two jabs that are followed by a left roundhouse kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:52) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:52) Redondo hits a left jab but finds his right cross blocked.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:52) Rockmetteller misses a jab but gets a glancing blow with a high kick.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:25) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:25) Redondo lands a one-two.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:25) Rockmetteller misses a jab but hits a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:13) Redondo staggers backward into the cage and covers up, I think he's hurt!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:13) Rockmetteller smashes Redondo with a big right hand through the guard! Redondo can do nothing but try and cover up!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:05) Rockmetteller tries to finish him off with a huge right hook, but Redondo avoids it.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:01) Redondo manages to clear his head and circle away from the cage, back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:53) Both fighters step in to strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:53) Rockmetteller misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Redondo comes in with a jab and a low kick that can't connect.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:34) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:10) The two fighters stand and trade strikes but neither lands anything damaging.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:57) Rockmetteller, who looks very tired, clinches rather than trying to move away.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:57) Rockmetteller is trying to muscle Redondo up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:57) Redondo ends up backed against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:41) Redondo takes a knee strike just above the hip.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:27) Redondo gets caught with a knee to the inside of the thigh.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:21) Rockmetteller hits a knee strike to the thigh.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:11) Redondo takes a knee strike just above the hip.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:59) We go past the halfway point of this round.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:59) Redondo is controlled up against the cage and takes a hard foot stomp.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:48) Redondo is trapped against the cage and Rockmetteller hits him with a short left uppercut.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:37) Rockmetteller hits a knee strike to the thigh.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:29) Rockmetteller hits a knee strike to the thigh.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:22) Redondo is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:05) Rockmetteller hits a knee strike to the side of the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:52) Redondo takes a sharp stomp to the foot.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:37) Redondo takes a knee strike to the inside of his own knee.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:27) With the fighters having been stuck against the cage for quite a while, the referee brings them back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:27) A few deep breaths betray that Rockmetteller is starting to get into the deeper reaches of his gas tank.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:27) Redondo is definitely slowing, his gas tank is being challenged here.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) Rockmetteller uses a left jab but doesn't connect with a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) Redondo hits a left jab and also scores with a quick kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:50) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:50) Redondo counters a leg kick with a low kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:41) Rockmetteller is looking really tired.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:41) The fighters, both of whom look very tired, fall into a ragged clinch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:41) Rockmetteller is trying to muscle Redondo up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:41) Redondo ends up backed against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:28) Rockmetteller hits a knee strike to the thigh.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:22) Rockmetteller hits Redondo, who is pressed up against the cage, with a nice short uppercut.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:09) Redondo is controlled up against the cage and takes a few right hands via some dirty boxing.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:54) Rockmetteller tries to use a knee from the clinch, but Redondo is able to block it.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:35) A few short punches to the ribs land, as Redondo fights back.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:20) Redondo takes a knee strike just above the hip.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:06) Rockmetteller pins Redondo up against the cage and uses dirty boxing to inflict some damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:46) Rockmetteller tries to hit him with a knee, but Redondo works enough space that he can slip out and away, back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:25) An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but neither fighter lands anything good.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) We reach the time limit and this fight is over.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) Here come the official decisions.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges give the result in favour of Rockmetteller.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) 'One Minute' Ollie Rockmetteller is the winner by unanimous decision!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) Into the semi finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament goes 'One Minute' Ollie Rockmetteller.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: 'One Minute' Ollie Rockmetteller defeats Apolonio Redondo Jr (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC SEASON 1 BANTAMWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ashihei%20Bando_zpszs2xfj8k.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Ashihei%20Bando_zpszs2xfj8k.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ashihei%20Bando_zpszs2xfj8k.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Tossapol%20Puangchan_zpsvzqef3kw.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Tossapol%20Puangchan_zpsvzqef3kw.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Tossapol%20Puangchan_zpsvzqef3kw.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Ashihei Bando (7-2) vs. Tossapol Puangchan (4-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Another match is about to begin; Ashihei Bando battling Tossapol Puangchan.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Roger Bennett is the referee for this fight.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The judges for this bout are: Kevin Burns, Benjamin Milligan III, and Alan Allen.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:51) Puangchan moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Bando into exchanging strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:51) Bando hits a jab in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:51) Puangchan fails to find a home for his jab, but then he hits Bando with a spinning kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:40) They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:13) Puangchan can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Moving forward constantly, Puangchan is pressuring Bando.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Bando fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Puangchan hits a left jab and then he catches Bando with a crunching right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:32) Puangchan steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:32) Bando hits a jab in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:32) Puangchan lands a jab and then he scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:16) Puangchan comes forward on the attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:16) Bando tries to hit a jab, but misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:16) Puangchan can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then he scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:56) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither lands anything worthwhile.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:35) Puangchan moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Bando into exchanging strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:35) Bando manages a counter jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:35) Puangchan doesn't trouble his opponent with a combination ending in a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:10) Puangchan connects with a jab, but Bando avoids the low kick that it set up.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:44) The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:10) Puangchan lands a left hand and then scores with a right roundhouse kick to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:44) Stepping in, Puangchan throws three quick punches, one of which land, and then hits a nice right hook to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:21) Puangchan connects with a nice jab and then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) Puangchan steps forward and a striking exchange begins.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) Bando scores with two counter jabs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:05) Puangchan connects with a jab but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:55) We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:44) They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:12) Puangchan attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:12) Bando throws a counter left but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:12) Puangchan connects with a jab but doesn't hit the leg kick follow-up.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:49) Puangchan comes forward.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:49) Bando lands a left hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:49) Puangchan lands two jabs and then he lands a big right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:22) Puangchan forces an exchange of strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:22) Bando fires off a counter jab but doesn't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:22) A jab hits home from Puangchan and then he scores with a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:57) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:57) Bando misses a right hook and gets countered with a jab and a low kick that can't connect.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Puangchan moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Bando into exchanging strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Bando hit a counter left hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Puangchan hits two left jabs and then he lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:05) Bando chooses to shoot in on Puangchan.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:05) Bando can't get past the sprawl of Puangchan and has to give up on the takedown.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:34) An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:04) Puangchan steps forward, looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:04) Bando misses with a left hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:04) Puangchan lands a jab and then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:56) There's under a minute left in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:49) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither can land a significant shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:30) The two fighters engage with strikes but neither can land a significant shot.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:14) Puangchan steps in and looks to unleash.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:14) Bando may have been aiming to get in close, but Puangchan aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:14) Puangchan throws a hook to the body, but Bando steps back to avoid it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) The time runs out on round one.</p><p> </p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell and round number two begins!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:53) A jab hits home from Puangchan and then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:31) Bando looks like he wants to grapple but the threat of getting hit is keeping him from rushing in.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:31) A jab lands from Puangchan, but his big right hand follow-up misses.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:23) Puangchan is slowing just a little as he starts to get into the gas tank a bit.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:09) Puangchan moves in on Bando, preparing to throw.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:09) Bando looked like he was going to step in and grapple, but Puangchan simply took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:09) Puangchan hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:48) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:48) Bando is off-target with a jab but hits a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:48) Puangchan lands a left jab and also scores with a spin kick to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:21) Puangchan connects with a jab, but Bando avoids the low kick that it set up.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:05) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:05) Puangchan is well off-target with a high kick and that leaves him wide open. Bando attacks with a quick left hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:41) The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but the flurry ends without any really damaging shots landing.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:11) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:11) Puangchan slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a jab and a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:43) Puangchan fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:35) Bando is limping slightly.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:28) Puangchan comes in with a flurry of three quick punches, landing all of them, and then hits Bando with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:05) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:05) Bando misses a right hook and gets countered with a nice high roundhouse kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:56) Bando was rocked by that last shot! He backs away, covering up, but looks very unsteady!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:56) Puangchan tries to finish him off with a huge right hook, but Bando avoids it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:48) Having apparently cleared his head, Bando is able to get out of trouble and return to the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:42) Circling warily, Bando is looking for a chance to get close enough to grapple.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:42) Puangchan lands a left hand and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Bando.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:29) Puangchan lands a jab and then catches Bando with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:08) Puangchan can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then hits a fast high right kick to the side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) We go past the halfway point of this round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) Bando is on rubbery legs all of a sudden, that last shot must have rattled him! He staggers back against the cage and covers up, trying to buy time to recover!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:56) Puangchan goes under the guard and nails Bando with a right uppercut! What a shot!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:51) A big flying knee strike from Puangchan lands and Bando is knocked down!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:39) Moving quickly, Puangchan comes in looking to finish with soccer kicks and stomps!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:39) Incredibly, Bando holds on and survives an arsenal of stomps and kicks!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:20) Apparently unwilling to engage, Puangchan lets his opponent stand back up.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:05) Puangchan is definitely slowing, his gas tank is being challenged here.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:05) Limping quite noticeably, Bando is definitely feeling the damage to his legs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:50) Bando may have been aiming to get in close, but Puangchan aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:50) Puangchan lands a left hand and then hits a nice right hook to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:43) Bando has an obvious limp as he circles.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:32) Bando appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Puangchan took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:32) Puangchan misses all the strikes in a combo that ended with a head kick attempt.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:17) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:17) Bando hits a two-punch combination, a quick left and a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:17) Puangchan nails a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:08) Bando looks unsteady on his feet as he retreats, that last blow may have rocked him!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:08) Puangchan pounces and smashes Bando with a big right hand! Down he goes!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:57) Puangchan quickly goes for the kill, looking to stomp and kick the dazed Bando!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:57) Puangchan goes to work on Bando with vicious stomps and kicks, but can't finish him!</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:36) Bando tries to connect with an up-kick, but it just makes Puangchan step back.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:23) An up-kick makes Puangchan think twice about advancing.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:11) Bando is allowed to stand back up, Puangchan simply stepped away.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:47) The two fighters come forward and engage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:47) Bando is off target with a left jab but scores with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:47) Puangchan lands a left jab and also scores with a quick kick to the lead leg.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:33) Puangchan looks very tired out there.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:33) Bando is limping noticeably.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:23) Puangchan closes in on Bando, looking to unleash some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:23) Puangchan can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a right roundhouse kick to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:54) We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:54) Bando clearly respects his opponent's striking as he is very wary about getting close enough to grapple.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:54) Puangchan can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:37) Puangchan closes the distance, obviously looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:37) It looked like we were about to see Bando try and get some grappling started, but Puangchan was more aggressive and took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:37) Puangchan can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:27) Bando is limping noticeably.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:17) Puangchan lands a jab and then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) The time is up, and that's the end of round two.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) There's the bell and the final round begins!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:48) Puangchan can't hit a set-up left jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:31) Puangchan fails to find a home for his jab, but then lands a roundhouse kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:14) Puangchan throws a punch but Bando avoids it.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:09) Bando moves in fast and clinches with Puangchan.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:01) Bando attempts to set up a judo-based throw to take Puangchan to the ground.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:01) He sweeps the leg and turns his hip, tossing Puangchan to the mat with a beautiful hip throw! He gets side control!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:49) Bando starts trying to work to go from side control to mount.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:49) Bando shows his ground skills and slips to mount.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:16) Bando tries to ensnare Puangchan in an armbar.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:16) The armbar is locked in, tight enough that Puangchan has to tap out!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:47) Ashihei Bando takes the win by submission!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:47) Ashihei Bando books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Ashihei Bando defeats Tossapol Puangchan (Submission (Armbar) in 2:13 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Good.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC SEASON 1 BANTAMWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Markus%20Waller_zpstgnz3cge.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Markus%20Waller_zpstgnz3cge.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Markus%20Waller_zpstgnz3cge.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Kawin%20Kayem_zpsmc87lt4s.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Kawin%20Kayem_zpsmc87lt4s.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Kawin%20Kayem_zpsmc87lt4s.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Markus Waller (5-0) vs. Kawin Kayem (6-1)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on to the next match, in which Markus Waller fights Kawin Kayem.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) A semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament is up for grabs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The referee is Roger Bennett.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Kevin Burns, Benjamin Milligan III, and Alan Allen.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) There's the opening bell!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:54) A defensive jab hits from Waller.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:54) Kayem connects with a nice jab and then hits Waller with a straight right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:37) Kayem steps in and looks to unleash.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:37) Kayem lands a left hand and then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:23) Kayem steps in and looks to unleash.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:23) Two jabs hit home from Kayem and then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:23) Blood is visible on Waller, a strike looks to have opened up a cut under his eye.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:07) Kayem lands a jab and then catches Waller with a superb right kick to the head!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:07) Waller wobbles, then falls!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Kayem moves in quickly to try and finish Waller with stomps and kicks!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Kayem hits several vicious stomps and kicks, but Waller incredibly weathers the storm!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:39) Kayem goes for a flying stomp!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:39) Waller avoids it and gets back up.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:22) Waller may have been aiming to get in close, but Kayem aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:22) Kayem can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right that lands hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:15) That last strike may have hurt Waller, he is backing away but looks punch-drunk!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:15) Kayem throws a vicious right uppercut to try and finish Waller, but he is just able to avoid it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:47) Kayem can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:27) Kayem connects with a nice jab and then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:11) Kayem lands a jab and then hits a nice right hook to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:04) The clock is stopped as the referee wants to check the cut on Waller.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:04) The doctor seems happy that the cut isn't going to be an issue.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:04) Referee Roger Bennett signals for the fight to continue!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:59) Kayem lands a left jab, but Waller dodges a big right head kick follow-up.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:38) Kayem can't hit a set-up left jab, but then catches Waller with a crunching right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:28) That last blow may have really hurt Waller, he staggers backward looking dazed!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:28) Kayem steps in and tries to finish with a scorching right hand, but Waller narrowly avoids it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:07) Kayem moves in on Waller, preparing to throw.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:07) Kayem can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a roundhouse kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:45) Kayem hits a left jab and then scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:37) Waller might be in real trouble here, he is backing off but looks really unsteady on his feet!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:37) Waller eats a beautiful flying knee and goes down!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:24) Without hesitation, Kayem goes to finish Waller off with stomps and kicks!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:24) Somehow Waller hangs on, surviving a flurry of stomps and kicks to the body!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:06) Leaping high, Kayem looks to drop a flying stomp on Waller!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:06) Kayem doesn't hit the target, and the miss allows Waller to try and scramble.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:54) We go past the halfway point of this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:54) As Kayem goes to scramble he leaves leaves his head exposed, and Waller quickly tries to grab a guillotine.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:54) The attempt fails because Waller can't secure the hold properly, and he is forced to pull guard instead.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:39) Kayem uses a shoulder smash to keep Waller down.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:32) Perhaps wary of submissions, Kayem keeps extremely tight to Waller and peppers him with short punches.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:21) Waller grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Kayem from the bottom of the guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:21) Waller gets the triangle fully applied...and there's the tap out!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:05) The winner, by submission, is Markus Waller!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:05) Markus Waller books a semi-final spot in the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Markus Waller defeats Kawin Kayem (Submission (Triangle With Armbar) in 5:55 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC SEASON 1 BANTAMWEIGHT TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Lito%20Alcala_zpsntynkwq8.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Lito%20Alcala_zpsntynkwq8.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Lito%20Alcala_zpsntynkwq8.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Britt%20Dickering_zps3sbtviod.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Britt%20Dickering_zps3sbtviod.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Britt%20Dickering_zps3sbtviod.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Lito Alcala (5-1) vs. Britt Dickering (7-3)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Moving on, Lito Alcala takes on Britt 'Sniper Viper' Dickering.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner moves on to the semis of the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Kyle Crisp.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges at cageside are: Kevin Burns, Benjamin Milligan III, and Alan Allen.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) They touch gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:54) Dickering comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:54) Alcala lands a left hand in the exchange.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:54) Dickering fails to find a home for his jab, but then he hits Alcala with a great high right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:32) Both fighters move in and engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:32) Dickering lands a left jab but misses with a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:32) Alcala hits a jab but misses a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:07) Both fighters step in to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:07) Alcala hits a jab but doesn't make contact on a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:07) Dickering scores with a brace of jabs and also scores with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:43) They come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:43) Dickering dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a glancing blow with a high kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:21) They engage in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:21) Dickering uses a left jab but has a right hand blocked.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:21) Alcala hits a couple of jabs but can't make contact on a right head kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:57) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:57) Alcala hits a glancing blow with a high kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:57) Dickering hits a left jab but misses with a low kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:57) Blood is visible on Dickering, a strike looks to have opened up a nasty cut above his eye.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:37) The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:37) Alcala counters a right hand with a couple of jabs that are followed by a right hook that is avoided at the last second.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:10) Dickering attacks with strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:10) Alcala hit a counter left hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:10) Dickering misses all the strikes in a combo that ended with a kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:48) A jab lands from Dickering, but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:28) Both fighters come together and strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:28) Dickering parries away a right head kick attempt and counters with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:10) The two fighters engage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:10) Alcala misses a big right hand, putting him off balance and allowing Dickering to attack with a left jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:52) Dickering comes forward to attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:52) Alcala scores with two counter jabs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:52) Dickering connects with a jab but his big right hand follow-up misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:42) The referee calls for a pause, he wants to check the cut on Dickering.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:42) The ringside doctor gives the wound a look, but quickly signals that it is not going to be a problem.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:42) The fight will be restarted in the center!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:36) Both fighters meet in the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:36) Alcala counters a right hand with a couple of jabs that are followed by a vicious head kick!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:20) Dickering wobbles, then falls!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:20) Alcala knows that this is a golden opportunity and quickly pounces on Dickering, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:20) Alcala pounds away, Dickering is taking heavy shot after heavy shot!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:20) The referee jumps in and saves Dickering from taking any more shots!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:00) The winner, by TKO; Lito Alcala!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:00) Lito Alcala advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Season 1 Bantamweight Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Lito Alcala defeats Britt 'Sniper Viper' Dickering (TKO (Strikes) in 5:00 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shoin%20Chiba_zpspvrj23rl.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Shoin%20Chiba_zpspvrj23rl.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Shoin%20Chiba_zpspvrj23rl.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/DArcy%20Spode_zpsoby7epdw.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="DArcy%20Spode_zpsoby7epdw.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/DArcy%20Spode_zpsoby7epdw.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Shoin Chiba (8-0) vs. D'Arcy Spode (9-2)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) Next up is a match in which Shoin Chiba battles D'Arcy Spode.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) A semi-final spot in the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament is up for grabs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Roger Bennett will be the referee.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our cageside judges are: Kevin Burns, Benjamin Milligan III, and Alan Allen.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) And here we go!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Spode doesn't touch gloves, drawing some heat from the crowd.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) Chiba had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:48) A jab lands from Spode, but the following leg kick misses.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:35) It looked like we were about to see a shot from Chiba, but Spode was more aggressive and took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:35) Spode throws a punch but Chiba was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:23) Spode hits a left jab and then lands a low kick to the legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:56) Spode lands a left hand and then catches Chiba with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:40) Spode connects with a jab, but the leg kick that follows is easily caught by Chiba!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:30) Seizing his chance, Chiba attempts a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:30) Spode does extremely well, pulling his leg free to prevent the takedown and then moving back out of range.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:54) Chiba warily circles, looking for the opening he needs to initiate some grappling.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:54) Spode hits a left hand, but Chiba evades a big right punch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:38) Spode looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:38) Spode connects with a nice jab and then lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:16) Spode can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then catches Chiba with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:00) Spode fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:41) Spode comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:41) Spode lands a jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:20) Spode can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right that lands hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:03) Spode closes in on Chiba, looking to unleash some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:03) Two jabs hit home from Spode and then he scores with a right to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:38) Spode moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:38) Spode hits a left hand, but can't connect with a right to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:20) Spode fails to find a home for his jab, but then scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:01) A defensive jab hits from Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:01) Spode lands a left hand and then scores with a right cross that landed hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:34) Chiba lands a weak, tentative jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:34) A jab is wide from Spode, but then he catches Chiba with a right kick to the head.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:14) Spode looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:14) Spode lands a left jab, but finds nothing but air with a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:55) Spode lands two jabs and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:40) Spode is slowing just a little as he starts to get into the gas tank a bit.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:33) Spode comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:33) Chiba may have been aiming to get in close, but Spode aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:33) Spode can't hit a set-up left jab, but then catches Chiba with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:18) Spode hits a left hand, but misses with a vicious right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:56) A jab hits home from Spode and then he scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:38) Spode steps in and looks to unleash.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:38) Spode connects with a nice jab and then catches Chiba with a crunching right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:19) Chiba scores with a weak, flicked left hand jab.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:19) A jab is wide from Spode, but then he catches Chiba with a low kick to the front leg.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:04) Spode connects with a nice jab and then scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:42) Spode lands a jab and then lands a roundhouse kick to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:28) Spode lands a jab and then catches Chiba with a right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:04) Chiba appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Spode took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:04) A jab is wide from Spode, but then he scores with a leg kick.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:59) There's under a minute left in this round.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:59) Limping slightly, Chiba is definitely starting to feel the damage to his legs.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:53) Spode connects with a nice jab and then lands a big right hand.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:35) Chiba moves in and out of range, hoping to tempt his opponent into a reckless strike and leave an opening to start grappling.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:35) Spode lands a left jab, but Chiba avoids a big right.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:16) Spode throws a punch but Chiba was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:10) Chiba takes the chance and grabs Spode into a clinch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one ends as time expires.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!<p> (Rd 2 - 10:00) Chiba is limping a little bit.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:55) Chiba had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:55) Spode hits a left jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:37) Spode moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:37) It looked like we were about to see Chiba try and get some grappling started, but Spode was more aggressive and took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:37) Spode can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:21) Spode confidently comes in closer.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:21) Chiba appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Spode took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:21) Two jabs hit home from Spode and then he scores with a right cross.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:01) A few deep breaths betray that Spode is starting to get into the deeper reaches of his gas tank.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:46) Spode comes in looking to strike.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:46) Chiba may have been setting up to shoot, but Spode aggressively took the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:46) Spode fails to find a home for his jab, but then catches Chiba with a low kick to the front leg.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) Chiba had looked like he was angling for a takedown attempt, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) A jab is wide from Spode, but then he lands a right hand.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:26) A strike appears to have opened up a small gash underneath the eye of Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:00) Chiba appeared to be going for a takedown, but Spode took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:00) Spode can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice right hook to the ribs.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:46) Chiba chooses to shoot in on Spode.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:46) Chiba gets hold of a leg but Spode remains standing, hopping on the other foot.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:46) Chiba can't get Spode down and so settles for pushing him up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:34) Chiba drops down and wraps his arms around his opponent's legs, looking to try and take them down.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:34) Spode cannot stop the takedown and gives up side control.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:21) Chiba fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:57) Spode tries to move to guard, but Chiba doesn't allow it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:46) Chiba throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:28) Spode tries a sweep from the bottom of side control, but doesn't budge Chiba.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:14) Chiba throws a few strikes, but they are without venom.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:50) Spode brings his legs in to trap Chiba in half guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:39) Spode is looking really tired.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:39) Chiba fires off some rights, but Spode isn't troubled by them.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:25) Spode tries to transition to full guard, but can't manage it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:09) Chiba begins trying to get his leg free of half guard and get a better position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:09) Chiba doesn't even bother going to side control, he simply mounts Spode.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:31) Chiba fires off some rights, but Spode isn't troubled by them.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:15) Spode tries to sweep Chiba out of mount but can't do it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:02) Chiba pounds away with rights but fails to land any significant blows.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:43) Chiba blocks an attempt to move him from mount.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:23) Chiba fires away with punches, but Spode doesn't take any undue damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:07) Spode tries to get to half guard but can't.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:55) Chiba pounds away with rights but fails to land any significant blows.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:42) Chiba blocks Spode as he tries a sweep.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:26) Chiba fires away with punches, but does little in the way of damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:10) Chiba blocks the attempt to push off the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:45) Chiba tries to pound on Spode, but all the blows are comfortably dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:26) Spode tries to sweep Chiba out of mount but can't do it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:04) Chiba pounds away but is unable to inflict much damage on Spode.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:52) We're into the final minute of the round.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:52) Chiba tries to pound on Spode, but all the blows are comfortably dealt with.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:32) Spode tries to sweep Chiba out of mount but can't do it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:11) Chiba pounds away, but Spode isn't troubled by the strikes.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) Time expires and we come to the end of round two.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) The corner goes to work between rounds trying to close the cut on Chiba.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the final round!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:45) Chiba comes in, looking for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:45) Spode almost got away but not quite; he is left hopping while Chiba has hold of one leg.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:45) Chiba uses the position to drive Spode up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:28) Chiba ducks down and grabs a leg. Spode remains standing, using the cage for support, but is under threat of a takedown now.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:28) The takedown isn't forthcoming, Spode defended it well by grabbing Chiba and dragging him back into a tight clinch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:16) Chiba looks to take Spode down with a trip.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:16) An excellent outside leg trip sees Spode get sent to the mat!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:16) Chiba ends up holding a seated Spode around the waist, pressing him up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:04) Not liking his options, Chiba looks to get a better position over Spode.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:04) He is much too good for Spode, and gets the mount!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:18) Chiba pounds away, but is unable to land many clean shots on Spode.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:00) Chiba fires away with punches, but Spode doesn't take any undue damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:46) Chiba blocks the attempt to push off the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:22) Chiba pounds away on Spode but doesn't do much damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:09) Chiba unloads with some right hands, but Spode deals with them comfortably.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:50) Spode tries to move Chiba out of mount but can't.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:37) Chiba fires away with punches, but Spode doesn't take any undue damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:19) Spode tries to topple Chiba but can't do it.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:01) Chiba pounds away with right hands, but doesn't do much damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:43) Chiba blocks Spode as he tries to push-off.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:23) Chiba pounds away, but Spode calmly deals with them.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:04) Spode tries to move Chiba out of mount but can't.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:49) Chiba pounds away, but Spode calmly deals with them.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:31) Chiba controls Spode, who was trying to wriggle to half guard.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:18) Chiba pounds away with right hands, but doesn't do much damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:06) Spode tries to move Chiba enough to get half guard, but can't get enough space.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:47) Chiba pounds away with right hands, but doesn't do much damage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:34) Chiba counters an attempt by Spode to move him from mount by taking his back!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) From the looks of things, I don't think Spode has much energy left.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) Chiba tries to get the rear naked choke applied.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) Spode fights off the rear naked choke attempt.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:44) Spode tries to move Chiba off his back but can't.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:25) Chiba gets both hooks in, and is now in a really dominant position.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:10) Chiba attempts to complete a rear naked choke, having both hooks fully in.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:10) Chiba flattens Spode out with the rear naked choke in deep and forces the tap!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:53) The winner, by submission, is Shoin Chiba!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:53) Shoin Chiba advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Shoin Chiba defeats D'Arcy Spode (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 8:07 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Great.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:24px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CO-MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Stiffy%20Little_zpsseol1tgw.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Stiffy%20Little_zpsseol1tgw.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Stiffy%20Little_zpsseol1tgw.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ang%20Dong_zpsigjz72nd.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Ang%20Dong_zpsigjz72nd.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Ang%20Dong_zpsigjz72nd.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Stiffy Little (10-2) vs. Ang Dong (6-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) The co-main event is up next. Stiffy Little squares off with Ang 'Ding' Dong in the CTC Bantamweight division.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The winner will advance into the semi-finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Refereeing this bout will be Roger Bennett.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Alan Allen, Johnny Beerbohm, and Marianne Froth.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) We are underway!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The fighters touch gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) Little shoots in, looking for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) Dong almost got away but not quite; he is left hopping while Little has hold of one leg.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:45) Little uses the position to drive Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:30) Dong wrestles back against Little, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:04) Dong smothers Little up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:04) The next thirty seconds sees them doing very little other than throwing occasional short punches to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 08:19) Dong tries to keep him up against the cage with wrestling, but Little reverses so that he is the one in control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:50) Little leans all of his weight up against Dong, pressing him against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 07:50) A full minute passes with the two opponents pressed up close and exchanging short punches to the body and side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:43) With the fighters having been stuck against the cage for quite a while, the referee brings them back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:37) Little confidently comes in closer.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:37) A one-two from Little fails to land.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:15) Dong wants to grapple, and appears willing to aggressively come in to do so, even if means risking some strikes.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 06:15) Little throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:59) Dong is able to grab Little.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:49) Dong is looking to muscle Little back against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:49) Dong can't do it though, Little defended it well.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:35) Little attempts a trip to put Dong on the ground.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:35) An outside leg trip sweeps Dong down to the ground where he is left on his back under side control!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 05:17) Little fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:52) Dong tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:40) Looking to catch his breath, Little is content to just throw a couple of punches to the body.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:13) Little blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 04:00) Little pounds away with elbow strikes but Dong isn't troubled by them.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:46) Little blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:31) Little throws some elbows but Dong deals with the blows fairly easily.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:15) Little blocks an attempt to pull guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 03:04) Little unloads with some elbows but Dong deals with them comfortably.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:48) Little blocks Dong as he tries a transition to guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:33) Little throws some elbows but Dong isn't troubled by them.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:19) Little blocks Dong as he tries a transition to guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 02:05) Little fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:41) Little blocks Dong as he tries a transition to guard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:29) With no progress being made, the referee brings the fighters back to their feet.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:20) Little steps in and works his way to a dominant position in the clinch.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:01) Using his wrestling skills, Little is trying to push Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 01:01) Little manages it and controls Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:48) Little tries to keep him up against the cage with wrestling, but Dong reverses so that he is the one in control.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:18) It isn't pretty, but Dong has Little stuck up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:18) The remainder of the round passes with the two opponents pressed up close and exchanging short punches to the body and side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 00:00) Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 2</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 2 - 10:00) There's the bell for the start of the round!<p> (Rd 2 - 09:55) Moving in fast, Little wrestles his way to a dominant position in the clinch.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:39) Little is looking to muscle Dong back against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:39) Little doesn't manage it though, Dong defended it well.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:23) Little is trying to muscle Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:23) Dong out-wrestles him though.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:11) Dong tries to wrestle Little backward and up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 09:11) Dong can't move Little at all though, and finds himself being out-wrestled.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:43) Little is trying to muscle Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:43) Little manages it and controls Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:24) Little looks to try and maintain control via his wrestling skills, but Dong proves too good and manages to turn them around so that he is in the dominant position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:05) Showing his ability to exert control, Dong smothers Little up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 08:05) They remain up against the cage for the next thirty seconds, posturing and throwing occasional short-range punches to the body.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:30) Showing good control, Dong keeps Little stuck against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 07:30) Dong and Little remain up against the cage for around the next minute, doing little other than throwing occasional short punches.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:33) Unable to break free, Little is smothered up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 06:33) They exchange short punches to the body for about a minute.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:36) Having been stuck against the cage for a while without any progress, the referee brings them back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:28) There's a takedown attempt from Little.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:28) Dong cannot stop the takedown, Little drove in with too much power.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:28) Dong ends up sitting, his legs trapped under Little, with his back pressed against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:28) That's his second takedown.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:17) Not liking his options, Little looks to get a better position over Dong.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 05:17) Dong doesn't let Little get the mount.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:33) Dong, trapped against the cage, pummels Little on the back with several small shots, although they're more out of frustration than anything.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:16) Little pounds away with rights but fails to land any significant blows.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 04:02) Dong, stuck up against the cage, hits several clubbing forearms to the back.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:33) Little fires off some rights, but Dong isn't troubled by them.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 03:20) Dong, trapped against the cage, pummels Little on the back with several small shots, although they're more out of frustration than anything.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:52) Little tries to smother Dong against the cage wall but can't keep control long enough.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:44) Dong hits several frustrated punches to the back, but they're not going to do any damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 02:17) Little pushes forward against Dong, basically smothering him against the cage wall.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:51) Little tries to smother Dong against the cage wall but can't keep control long enough.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:43) Dong hits several frustrated punches to the back, but they're not going to do any damage.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:14) With no progress being made, referee Roger Bennett separates the two fighters.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:07) Little moves in closer, ready to attack.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:07) Dong appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Little took the initiative first.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 01:07) Little throws a punch but Dong was equal to it.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:47) Little shoots in, looking for a takedown.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:47) The takedown is successful, he almost gets side control but has to settle for half guard.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:37) Little throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:15) Dong bursts into life and tries to scramble into a better position.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:15) He may regret that choice, as it gives Little the perfect opportunity to get side control.</p><p> (Rd 2 - 00:00) Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.</p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 3</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 3 - 10:00) Our last round, round three, begins!<p> (Rd 3 - 09:45) Up close, they start wrestling.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:45) Dong manages to aggressively get a good position in the clinch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:35) Dong is looking to muscle Little back against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:35) Dong doesn't manage it though, Little defended it well.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:22) Little tries to wrestle Dong backward and up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:22) Little manages it and controls Dong up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 09:10) Dong wrestles back against Little, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:48) Unable to break free, Little is smothered up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:48) They remain up against the cage for the next minute or so, posturing and throwing occasional short-range punches to the body.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 08:02) Little wrestles back against Dong, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:37) Showing his ability to control opponents, Little simply smothers Dong against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 07:37) They spend the next minute in that position, hitting each other with short punches to the body and side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:39) Referee Roger Bennett decides that the grappling against the cage has been going on too long, and he brings them back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:39) For the first time, Little is starting to breathe a little heavier.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:31) Seeing his opponent about to shoot in, Dong timed it well and moved in to start a clinch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:12) Dong is trying to push Little so that his back is up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 06:12) Little out-wrestles him though.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:46) Little tries to wrestle Dong backward and up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:46) Little achieves it, pinning Dong to the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:35) Little tries to keep him up against the cage with wrestling, but Dong reverses so that he is the one in control.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:13) Dong presses Little into the cage, forcing him to carry all of his weight.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 05:13) They remain there for at least a minute, hitting each other with short punches to the body and side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:00) Showing how good he can be at controlling opponents, Dong keeps Little stuck against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 04:00) Dong and Little remain up against the cage for the next thirty seconds, doing little other than throwing occasional short punches.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) With the fight having been stuck against the cage for a lengthy period of time, referee Roger Bennett restarts them back in the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:15) For the first time, Dong is starting to breathe a little heavier.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:02) They come together in a clinch.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 03:02) Dong is the aggressor.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:53) Dong is trying to muscle Little up against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:53) Dong does it, Little is stuck with his back to the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:34) Little is pressed up against the cage and held there.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 02:34) They engage in a gruelling close-up battle of short strikes for roughly a minute.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:31) Showing his ability to control opponents, Dong smothers Little against the cage.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:31) Thirty seconds passes with the two opponents pressed up close and exchanging short punches to the body and side of the head.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:00) There's under a minute left in this round.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 01:00) Dong tries to keep him up against the cage with wrestling, but Little reverses so that he is the one in control.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:35) Little tries to smother Dong against the cage with wrestling, but he reverses it and pushes Little against the cage instead.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:05) Having been stuck against the cage for a while without any progress, the referee brings them back to the center.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) The official decisions are being reported now.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) All three judges have Little down as the winner.</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) Making Stiffy Little the winner by unanimous decision!</p><p> (Rd 3 - 00:00) Into the semi finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament goes Stiffy Little.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Stiffy Little defeats Ang 'Ding' Dong (Unanimous Decision in 10:00 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Very Poor.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:36px;"><span style="color:#FF0000;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">MAIN EVENT</span></strong></span></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CTC BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT QUARTER-FINAL BOUT</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Brian%20Claremont_zpsi3xesy8j.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Brian%20Claremont_zpsi3xesy8j.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Brian%20Claremont_zpsi3xesy8j.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>VS.</strong></span><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Blas%20Suarez_zpsu03lwzpd.gif.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Blas%20Suarez_zpsu03lwzpd.gif" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/Blas%20Suarez_zpsu03lwzpd.gif" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Brian Claremont (10-3) vs. Blas Suarez (8-0)</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong>Round 1</strong></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="47325" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div>(Rd 1 - 10:00) It's time for the main event of the evening! Brian 'Barrage' Claremont battles Blas 'The Coyote' Suarez in the CTC Bantamweight division.<p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) A place in the semi-finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament is at stake.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Kyle Crisp is the referee for this fight.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) Our judges are: Alan Allen, Johnny Beerbohm, and Marianne Froth.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) The fight begins!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 10:00) They start with a touch of gloves.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:50) Suarez had looked like he was angling to grapple, but couldn't take the initiative.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:50) Claremont can't hit a set-up left jab, but then hits a nice straight right that lands hard.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:34) Claremont can't hit a set-up left jab, but then catches Suarez with a crunching right hook.</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:18) Claremont can't connect with a jab, but then scores with a fantastic right cross!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:18) Suarez is knocked down by that shot!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:13) Claremont starts pounding away on Suarez, looking to finish him off!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:13) Claremont starts unloading with massive rights and Suarez is getting pasted!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:13) Referee Kyle Crisp has no option but to leap in and stop the fight!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:00) By TKO, the winner is Brian Claremont!</p><p> (Rd 1 - 09:00) Brian Claremont advances into the semi-finals of the CTC Bantamweight Championship Tournament tournament.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Official Result: Brian 'Barrage' Claremont defeats Blas 'The Coyote' Suarez (TKO (Strikes) in 1:00 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Good.</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3%20Results_zps7iuiawcz.jpg.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="CTC3%20Results_zps7iuiawcz.jpg" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3%20Results_zps7iuiawcz.jpg" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></p><p> </p><p> <a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3%20Prelim%20Results_zpsovax2uiw.jpg.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="CTC3%20Prelim%20Results_zpsovax2uiw.jpg" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Events/004%20Canadian%20Tournament%20Combat%203/CTC3%20Prelim%20Results_zpsovax2uiw.jpg" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Attendance</strong>: 411</p><p> <strong>Gate Reciepts</strong>: 40,689</p><p> <strong>Sponsorship</strong>: 44,200</p><p> <strong>Ad Revenue</strong>: 272,743</p><p> <strong>Merchandise</strong>: 4,962</p><p> <strong>Profit</strong>: 257,496</p><p> </p><p> <strong>Critical Rating</strong>: 74%</p><p> <strong>Commercial Rating</strong>: 33%</p><p> </p><p> <strong>Fight of the Night</strong>: Ollie Rockmetteller vs. Apolonio Redondo Jr.</p><p> <strong>KO of the Night</strong>: Brian Claremont</p><p> <strong>Submission of the Night</strong>: Ashihei Bando</p><p> <strong>Performance Bonus</strong>: Shawn McCarthy vs. Nathan Wyles</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><span style="font-size:18px;"><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">UPDATED TOURNAMENT BRACKETS</span></strong></span></p></div><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><div style="text-align:center;"><a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Tournament%20Brackets/Season%201/Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Championship%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsapv8rsg5.jpg.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Championship%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsapv8rsg5.jpg" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Tournament%20Brackets/Season%201/Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Championship%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsapv8rsg5.jpg" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a><p> </p><p> <a href="https://s244.photobucket.com/user/Overbay17/media/Tournament%20Brackets/Season%201/Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsw2ynsujh.jpg.html" rel="external nofollow"><img alt="Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsw2ynsujh.jpg" data-src="https://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg29/Overbay17/Tournament%20Brackets/Season%201/Season%201%20Bantamweight%20Tournament%20Semi-Finals_zpsw2ynsujh.jpg" src="<___base_url___>/applications/core/interface/js/spacer.png" /></a></p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> <strong>Fallout</strong></p><p> </p><p> - Newton Reis used his time after his fight to call out Blas Suarez. Because they are in different tournaments it seems unlikely this will happen anytime soon.</p><p> </p><p> - Ashihei Bando said that he would like to face Markus Waller next as he feels he will enjoy the challenge.</p><p> </p><p> - Markus Waller says he is still undefeated, and has yet to be properly challenged!</p>
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