Broadway Boxing – Amos Cowart vs Nick Delomba, Streaming LIVE on GFL

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Broadway Boxing, presented by DiBella Entertainment, returns Thursday night, September 1, to the Premier Ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
Lightweight prospects Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs) and “Nice” Nick DeLomba (10-1, 2 KOs) will throw-down in the eight-round main event.

Cowart fought well in his ShoBox appearance last year, but he will be returning to his natural weight class on September 1. Moving past his hometown confines for only the second time as a pro, we will see if DeLomba is ready to elevate his career to the world stage. A native Floridian from Groveland, Cowart is coming off his first loss as a professional, suffered just over one year ago in Atlantic City. Cowart had move up in weight to challenge fellow undefeated prospect Regis Prograis. Cowart went on to lose a very entertaining eight-round decision to the still undefeated contender Prograis, who was chosen as one of this year’s ESPN.com’s “Prospects to Watch”. Following the loss, Cowart was forced to sit on the sidelines as he nursed an injury suffered in the bout. Now back and fully healthy, Cowart is dropping down in weight and looking to make some noise in the 135 lbs. division.

DeLomba, the reigning New England super lightweight champion, has been favorably compared at this stage of his young career to another Italian fighter from the same Rhode Island city of Cranston, in two-division world champion Vinny Paz. DeLomba is expected to have a partisan hometown crowd behind him and will be looking to make a statement against the once-beaten Cowart.

This will be a great night of fighting that you will not want to miss!

The Full Fight Card – LIVE HERE ON GFL

Undercard Timmy Ramos vs. TBD
Undercard Irvin Gonzalez vs. Juan Muniz
Undercard Anthony Laureano vs. TBD 
Undercard Jose Roman vs. Khaaliq Core
Undercard Jonathan Figueroa vs. TBD 

 

ASAP Fighting Championship Results from the Mohegan Sun – Watch on GFL.Tv

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ASAP live from Mohegan Sun Casino Ballroom brought fans a night varied martial arts on display. We saw Kickboxing, BJJ and MMA. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIGHTS

The Results include:

(Pro Kickboxing) Kurtis Parisi defeated Hector Sanchez via TKO (ref stoppage) at the 1:39 mark of Round 2.

Round 1: They smash their way into the clinch. The ref breaks them up a few times. They exchange punches and some knees. Hector lands a nice right hand and Kurtis answers with a leg kick. They fight their way back into a clinch and the ref breaks them apart again. An unintentional low blow causes a brief stop in the action just before the round comes to a close.

Round 2: They exchange punches. They clinch and Kurtis lands some knees. Another accidental low blow stops the fight briefly. They go back to the action. Kurtis lands some nice stiff leg kick and some solid knees to the midsection. Kurtis Lands some nice straight punches and several hard leg kicks that crumble his opponent at 1:39 in round 2 for the ref stoppage.

(MMA) Nate Ghareeb defeated Darryl Mayer via Rear Naked Choke in Round 2.

Round 1: They exchange on the feet. Nate lands a couple nice kicks and they exchange punches. They go to the ground briefly and then back to the feet. A fast paced fight has the crowd in an uproar. Darryl looks for a takedown at the end of the first but Nate is saved by the bell.

Round 2: A brief exchange on the feet leads to a ground war. Nate controls his opponent from the top position showcasing his jits skills. Darryl looks to defend and get back on top but is unsuccessful. Nate is too strong and too skilled. Nate takes and armbar and triangle attempt from the mount and sinks in the triangle choke for the tapout victory.

175 lbs (BJJ): Ed Gworz defeated Ryan Holmes via Armbar in Round 1.

155lbs (MMA) Steve Pinard defeated Frank Cortina via Triangle Choke in Round 2.

(Kickboxing) Mike Kimbel defeated Ian Cullen via TKO in Round 1.

Heavyweight (MMA) James Giovanni Fiasconaro defeated Jo Krech via Americana submission in Round 1.

(BJJ) Tim Lefrancois defeated Justin Baillargeon via Collar Choke in Round 1.

Welterweight (MMA) Jake St. Germain defeated Jordon Ames via TKO stoppage due to strikes in Round 1.

Welterweight (Kickboxing) Jarett Gouveia defeated Hector Acosta via Decision.

TFE MMA (Tru Form Entertainment) RESULTS: Stevenson and May Victorious in Great Night of Action – Watch the Fights on GFL.Tv

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This past weekend we had one of the biggest fight card to date for Tru-Form Entertainment and it did not disappoint. Here are the Results – CLICK TO WATCH FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS.

Courtesy of WesternMMA – Read all the results here

Co Main Event – Jack May vs Tony Lopez

Round 1: May with a hard left leg kick to the right leg of Lopez. May lands a left and then a right cross that land as he pressures Lopez back towards the cage. May lands a left to the head in cage control. May lands a short elbow from inside the clinch. Ref separates the fighters off the cage back to the center. May lands a hard upper cut to the chest of Lopez and follows it up with a left hook. May hits a lunging left hook and then a straight right.

Round 2: Lopez hits a side kick to the body of May. May clinched with Lopez against the cage and then disengages from the clinch as both fighters move back. May with a right hook to the body and then a left hook to the head followed with a straight right that sends Lopez back to the catch. May engages the clinch and then he disengages to move back to the center. May lands back to back left jabs.

Round 3: May with a knee that finds a home on the chin of Lopez that stuns him for a second. Lopez lands a left leg kick to the right leg of May. May pushes forward as he lands another knee that sends Lopez back against the cage. Lopez is able to reverse off the cage, only for May to reverse off the cage as well. May lands a left hook and then a left kick to the body.

Winner: Jack May (via unanimous decision 30-27 all judges)

Main Event – (155 lb title) Joe Stevenson vs Gabriel Miglioli

Round 1: Miglioli checks the distance with a left leg kick. Stevenson sets up a takedown attempt with a lunging left, Miglioli is able to defend. Miglioli lands a right hook as Stevenson shoots in, Stevenson picks up Miglioli and walks him from one end of the cage to the far side of the cage as he slams him to the mat. Miglioli tags Stevenson with a right as he smiles back. Miglioli with a hard right leg kick to the lead leg of Stevenson. Stevenson working the jab as he opens up a cut under the right eye of Miglioli.

Round 2: Miglioli lands a right and then a left. Stevenson attempts at a takedown and its stuffed by Miglioli, but as he was backing away he took a right. Stevenson lands a counter left. Stevenson lands a right hand and then takes a right hand from Miglioli. Miglioli catches a leg kick from Stevenson and lands a straight right. Miglioli clips Stevenson as he’s moving away. Stevenson fires back as he lands a hard right hand. Miglioli lands a high right leg kick to the head of Stevenson as he shakes it off and pushes forward. Miglioli lands a hard leg kick to the left knee of Stevenson that looked to have hurt.

Round 3: Stevenson comes out leading with the left jab as it’s still finding a home on Miglioli face. Stevenson shoots for a takedown, Miglioli sprawls as he’s able to defend the takedown. Stevenson is able to transition to the back of Miglioli, nothing comes from the position as both fighters separate from the cage. Miglioli lands an uppercut. Miglioli lands a high head kick and then a right. Stevenson attempts to shoot, Miglioli is able to stop the takedown and get the top position on Stevenson. Stevenson scores a takedown and lands a knee in the clinch.

Winner: Joe Stevenson (via Unanimous Decision 30-27 (2 judges), 29-28) New TFE 155lb Lightweight Champion

THE RESULTS:

Amateur Bout: Aaron LaFarge defeats Matthew Padilla via Unanimous Decision 30-27 all judges

 Main Card:

Maikel Gonzales defeats Sam Yang via submission kimura 4:12 in 2nd rd)

Jesse Taylor defeats Seth Baczynski via unanimous decision 30-27 (2 judges), 30-25)

Andre Santos and Marcos Gonzalez fight to a Draw 28-28: Santos was deducted a point in the 2nd rd, but still won rd 2 & 3)

Co Main Event: Jack May defeats Tony Lopez via unanimous decision 30-27 all judges

Main Event: (155 lb title) Joe Stevenson defeats Gabriel Miglioli via Unanimous Decision 30-27 (2 judges), 29-28) *New TFE 155lb Lightweight Champion*

 

Kurtis Parisi Stops Hector Sanchez in 2nd Round at ASAP Fighting Championship – Watch the Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv

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ASAP Fighting Results: Check out the fights and highlights – CLICK HERE

Courtesy of Western Mass MMA.com – Check them out for up to date results and info on MMA in Western Mass.

Kurtis Parisi vs. Hector Sanchez (main event pro kickboxing)

Round 1:  They smash their way into the clinch.  The ref breaks them up a few times.  They exchange punches and some knees.  Hector lands a nice right hand and Kurtis answers with a leg kick.  They fight their way back into a clinch and the ref breaks them apart again.  An unintentional low blow causes a brief stop in the action just before the round comes to a close.

Round 2: They exchange punches.  They clinch and Kurtis lands some knees.  Another accidental low blow stops the fight briefly.  They go back to the action.  Kurtis lands some nice stiff leg kick and some solid knees to the midsection.  Kurtis Lands some nice straight punches and several hard leg kicks that crumble his opponent at 1:39 in round 2 for the ref stoppage.

Your winner by Tko Kurtis Parisi

Darryl Mayer vs. Nate Ghareeb (MMA)

Round 1: They exchange on the feet.  Nate lands a couple nice kicks and they exchange punches.  They go to the ground briefly and then back to the feet.  A fast paced fight has the crowd in an uproar.  Darryl looks for a takedown at the end of the first but Nate is saved by the bell.

Round 2: A brief exchange on the feet leads to a ground war. Nate controls his opponent from the top position showcasing his jits skills.  Darryl looks to defend and get back on top but is unsuccessful.  Nate is too strong and too skilled.  Nate takes and armbar and triangle attempt from the mount and sinks in the triangle choke for the tapout victory.

Your winner in round 2 by tapout via triangle choke is Nate Ghareeb

Jarett Gouveia vs. Hector Acosta welterweight (Kickboxing)

Round 1: They exchange kicks and a few punches.  Hector digs in some slid leg kicks.  They exchange somemore punches as Hector is the aggressor. The round comes to an end.

Round 2: Hector picks him apart with kicks to the leg and body.  Jarett backs up as Hector is the aggressor again.  Jarett land a few punches to the head and a couple leg kicks of his won.  the two engage and exchange punches to close the round.

Round 3:  They exchanges and Hector sweeps his legs.  Jarett hits the mat and goes back to his feet.  They exchanges punches and kicks.  Hector digs in a few more nice leg kicks as well as kicks to the body.  They exchange some back and forth punches as the round comes to a close.  Im not sure why the judges saw this fight the way they did but their decision is as follows.

Your winner by decision is Jarett Gouveia.

Jake St. Germain vs. Jordon Ames welterweight (MMA)

Round 1: They exchange punches standing up.  They go back and forth with the striking but Jake appears to have the edge.  Jake lands a series of unanswered strikes for the ref stoppage in round number one.

Your winner via ref stoppage due to strikes is Jake St. Germaine.

The bout card:

Undercard Ed Gworz vs. Ryan Holmes
Undercard Ian Cullen vs. Mike Kimbel

 

Cage Titans 30 RESULTS: Mima Submits Cardarelli in 3rd Round – Great Bout to Watch – Check Out All the Bouts on GFL.Tv

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Cage Titans 30 Quick Results: CLICK HERE TO WATCH FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS!

Darren Mima def Remo Cardarelli Sub, 3:17 R3

Manny Bermudez def Rodrigo Almeida Sub, 0:54 R1

David Baxter def Ernesto Ornelas KO/TKO, 3:55 R1

Max Barrett def Devin Pilkington KO/TKO, 2:01 R1

Fernando Perez def Johnny Campbell Sub, 2:51 R1

Justin Sumter def Sean Evans KO/TKO

Sean Lally def Joe Levasseur KO/TKO, 0:19 R1

Bobby Gasdia def John McAndrews KO/TKO, 2:11 R1

Sean Bettencourt def Morgan Dean KO/TKO, 2:09 R1

Jose Campos def Jason Peppe KO/TKO, 2:42 R1

Kerri Kenneson def Kylie O’Hearn Split Dec

Chris Sniger def Seth Jacobs KO/TKO, 2:07 R1

Shane Dougherty def Shaun Shubert Sub, 3:00 R3

Fabio Cherant def Patrick Crowley Sub, 0:28 R2

Zeal McGrew def Ron Marshall Sub, 2:45 R2

Ed Forlenza def Jose Atiles Sub, 1:38 R1

Alex Ortiz def Austin Schalla Unanimous Dec

William Graustuck def Andrew Herbst KO/TKO, 0:19 R1

Josh Meehan def John Lessard Sub, 1:42 R2

Jon Ciampa def Brandon Murphy Sub, 1:15 R1

Kasperowski def Tim Hagan KO/TKO, 2:52 R3

LGM Boxing: Alex Perez v Juan Rodriguez RESULTS – Watch Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv

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ImageGreat night of Action from LMG Boxing: CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIGHTS AND SEE HIGHLIGHTS!

Bout Results:

Welterweight: Alex Perez (18 2 0) lost to Juan Rodriguez Jr (12 4 0) by Split Decision.

Heavyweight: Tyrell Wight (8 0 1) beat Nicholas Thompson (5 1 0) by Unanimous Decision.

Middleweight: Magdiel Cotto (4 0 0) defeated Jermaine Corley (debut) by Unanimous Decision.

Heavyweight: Leon Johnson (1 0 0) defeated Alando Pugh (1 8 1) via TKO.

Welterweight: Caleb Hernandez (2 0 0) defeated Lamont White (0 2 0) via Disqualification.

Heavyweight: Iegor Plevako (debut) defeated Kenny Cruz-Carasquillo (0 1 1) by Unanimous Decision.

Super Featherweight: Luis Perozo (2 0 0) defeated Christian Foster (0 1 0) via TKO.

Lightweight: John Bauza (2 0 0) defeated Jose A Carmona (1 5 0) by Unanimous Decision.

 

Hector “Spartan” Sanchez and Kurtis Parisi Have Unfinished Business in the Ring at ASAP Fighting Championship This Weekend – Live on GFL.Tv

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CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO WATCH LIVE!

Fireworks in August?  Well after the smoke has cleared on August 27 it will finally be settled who is the better fighter Hector “Spartan” Sanchez or Kurtis Parisi. For all of you who don’t know the story this is it. These two fighters Kurtis Parisi and Hector Sanchez have been going back and forth since 2008.

A few months ago they got a chance to settle their dispute at CES which as Kurtis said didn’t go as planned. Sanchez knocked out Parisi in 30 seconds of the first round.  Boom! And that’s were the story should end – WRONG !

It was a MMA fight, not kickboxing. Parisi is the former ICE Heavy Weight Thai boxing Champion and now he wants redemption in the ring.

Sanchez said, “I don’t care how we do it and ill do it again”.  Peter Rodgers  was contacted to see if he could put this together.  He was happy to oblige. This will be settled this upcoming Sat at ASAP FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP at Mohegan Sun, Uncas ballroom at 7pm.

Don’t miss this fight – CLICK HERE to WATCH LIVE!

 

 

The bout card:

CAGE TITANS 30: Remo Cardarelli vs. Darren Mima – Live on GFL.Tv

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Courtesy of Western Mass MMA – to read the entire article CLICK HERE.

Cage Titans returns this Saturday with their 30th show.  CLICK HERE to WATCH LIVE! Yes, you read that right 30 shows since its existence and they are now entering their 7th year of mixed martial arts in Massachusetts.  They have put together another epic card with 23 fights total.  Out of the 21 , 7 of them are pro and there are 2 ammy titles also on the line. There is a different start time for this show, the doors open at 5pm and the first fight will kick off at 6pm so make sure to plan accordingly.  This does mean we have a good chance at getting out of there before midnight before War child turns into a pumpkin.  Follow along as I break down the fight card in its entirety for you all.
125 PRO Remo Cardarelli (6-3 Team BST) vs. Darren Mima (8-4 Blackhole)

In the main event Remo Cardarelli will take on Darren Mima at 125 lbs.  This will be a rematch in which Mima by a ko slam in Rd 1.  Remo trains with his new gym Team BST and comes into this fight with a 6-3 record.  In the win column, he has 4 wins by submission and 2 by decision.  For his losses, he lost all 3 by ko/tko.  His opponent is Darren Mima and he trains with Blackhole BJJ.  Mima comes into this fight with an 8-4 record with 3 KO/tko, 1 submission and 4 wins by decision.  For his losses, he lost 4 by submission.  Now one thing I have to mention is that Remo has rematched 2 other opponents before this and won the rematch every time.  He wanted this rematch bad and he is getting it this Saturday.  You don’t want to miss this fight!

170 AM TITLE John McAndrews (5-1 Gate City) vs. Bobby Gasdia (3-1 SSSF)

Then the 170 lb title is on the line when John McAndrews takes on Bobby Gasdia.  John trains with Gate City MMA and comes into this fight with a 5-1 record.  For his wins he has 2 by ko/tko, 1 sub and 2 by decision.  He has fought at all different weight classes and has the Combat Zone 185 lb title and is now has the Cage Titans title in his grips.  His only loss came by a decision to Sean Evans at CFX event.  His opponent is Bobby Gasdia and he trains with SSSF.  Bobby comes into this fight with a 3-1 record with 1 ko/tko, 1 submission and 1 decision victory.  Both fighters are very well rounded and have proven they can win any where on the mat.  This is another awesome battle that has the potential to be fight of the night.

135 PRO Fernando Perez (6-13 Team EVT) vs. Johnny Cambell (11-8 SSSF)

At 135 lbs Fernando Perez will be taking on Johnny Campbell.  Perez trains with Team EVT and comes into this fight with a 6-13 record.  For his wins, Perez  has 1 ko/tko, 3 submissions and 2 wins by decision.  For his losses he is coming off of 5 straight losses so he is desperate for a win.  His opponent is Johnny Campbell and he trains with SSSF.  He comes into this fight with an 11-8 record with 5 wins by ko/tko, 1 submission and 5 decision wins.  For his losses, he lost 1 by ko/tko, 2 by submission and 5 by decision.  I see this fight going the distance and Campbell winning the decision.

145 PRO Rodrigo Almeida (13-3 Juniko) vs. Manny Bermudez (6-0 SSSF)

At 145 lbs Rodrigo Almeida will be facing off against Manny Bermudez.  Almeida trains with Juniko and comes into this fight with a 13-3 record.  In the win column, he has 2 wins by ko/tko, 5 by submission and 6 wins by way of decision.  For his losses, he lost 2 by submission and 1 split decision.  His opponent is Manny Bermudez and he trains with SSSF.  Manny comes into this fight with a 6-0 record with 1 win by ko/tko, 4 sub and 1 decision.  Both of these fighters have trouble finding opponents and now is the time for them to meet face to face.  As you can see Almeida has the more fight experience but Manny should have no problem adjusting to that.  I see this fight being a jiu jitsu battle for the ages.

There you have the complete breakdown of the upcoming Cage Titans card that is happening this Saturday in Plymouth Mass.  Titans is pulling out all the stops for their 30th show and you certainly don’t want to miss it.  Get your tickets early as they have been selling out the place in the past few years.  Warchild and I will be making the trip to Cage Titans and hope to see you all there.

Dynamite NAKSOO Muay Thai brings YOKKAO to Melbourne Featuring such Great Muay Thai Fighters as Lucy Payne, Sam ‘Nanu’ Brown, Kristan ‘Pretty Girl’ Armstrong, and Alex Tsang – Watch the Fights Live on GFL.Tv

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YOKKAO UK Next Generation Amy Pirnie in action at YOKKAO 18Dynamite NAKSOO Muay Thai brings to Melbourne 9 female fights featuring Lucy Payne (UK) Vs Sam ‘Nanu’ Brown (Aus), Kristan ‘Pretty Girl’ Armstrong (Aus) Vs Alex Tsang (Youth Union club “HK”). WATCH LIVE CLICK HERE

YOKKAO has had two very clear missions since day one. 1- Bring authentic Muay Thai to the fight fans of the world, and 2- do things differently than everyone else.

Rewriting the very long and book of Muay Thai, YOKKAO has flipped the traditions upside down, by developing a stacked women’s card for Melbourne. For the first time ever, YOKKAO Next Generation will feature an astounding 16 women fighters in one night, for a ground breaking 8 women’s bouts.

The evening will be capped off by none other than the very popular Muay Thai multi-time Lumpinee champion Singdam Kitamoo9 against the young Australian talent Jake Moulden.

The Bout Card:

Dynamite Naksoo Yokkao Next Generation Features a Great Fight Between Lumpinee Champion Singdam Kiatmoo9 v Australia’s Own Jake Moulden – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Singdam Kiatmoo9 and the YOKKAO Team

Yokkao will be back in Australia with nine female fights and a massive main event headlined by Lumpinee Champion, Singdam Kitamoo9 against one of the best Muay Thai fighters from Australia in Jake Moulden. Click here for more information and to watch live.

Multiple time Lumpinee champion and one of YOKKAO’s top fan favorite fighters Singdam Kiatmoo9 (269-64-2) is from Buriram in the Northeast part of Thailand and is well known for his powerful left kicks and technical fighting skills.

is set to faceoff against the young, and powerful Australian fighter Jake Moulden at YOKKAO Next Generation this Saturday, August 27th in Melbourne Australia.  Singdam has fought 4 times in 2016 – all wins and 3 by KO.

2016-07-02 Win China Zhang shuai Superstar Fight 4 Shenzhen, China KO 2 1:32
2016-05-21 Win China Li Chenchen Superstar Fight 3 Harbin, China Decision 3
2016-04-16 Win China Zheng Ke Superstar Fight 2 Hunan, China TKO 2
2016-02-27 Win China Zhang Chenglong Superstar Fight 1 China TKO (broken arm caused by kick) 1

Singadam plans to extend his winning record against the young, dynamic and quickly rising Australian fighter Jake Moulden.  Jake Moulden, a Muay Thai Champion in his own right, holds a number of championship titles including South East Asia Champion, Australian WKBF, Australian ISKA, along with a number of Queensland titles making him without doubt be a hometown fan favorite. However, Jake’s fighting ambitions will be put to the test as Singdam Kiatmoo9 is one of his toughest fights to date, truly testing both the young Australians ring skills and heart.

The bout card includes:

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