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World Combat Fight #63 6/22/00
-55min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #63 Euro Kickboxing Classic taped 5/27/90 Holland Amsterdam Sports Hall Zuid

Ramon Dekker vs. Charly Wanick

Joao Veirra vs. Superleg

Tommy Van Der Berg vs. Coban

Leo de Snoo vs. Sayid Kan

LUMAX CUP the TOURNAMENT of J Commercial Tape 4/23/94 Nagasaki Kenritsu Sogo Taiikukan
1hr 30min. Q=Near Perfect

1st Round

Yasunori Okuda vs. Akihiro Gono R1 1:51

Shinichi Ihama vs. Tenshin Matsumoto 2R

Takeshi Tanaka vs. Yasushi Warita R1 1:02

2nd Round

Kazuhiro Kusayanagi vs. Yasunori Okuda R1 1:01

Kazutaka Sumimoto vs. Tenshin Matsumoto R1 1:09

Yoshinori Nishi vs. Takeshi Ono R1 3:58

Semifinals

Takeshi Tanaka vs. Kazuhiro Kusayanagi 2R

Yoshinori Nishi vs. Kazutaka Sumimoto R1 2:47

Final: Takeshi Tanaka vs. Yoshinori Nishi 2R

Vale Tudo '94 Japan Open Commercial Tape 7/29/94 Tokyo Bay NK Hall
-1hr 10min. Q=VG

Tournament 1st Round

Bud Smith vs. Chris Bass 0:54

Jan Lomulder vs. Kenji Kawaguchi 3:59

David Levicki vs. Kazuhiro Kusayanagi 1:20

Rickson Gracie vs. Yoshinori Nishi 2:58

Semifinal: Rickson Gracie vs. David Levicki 2:40

Shooting Special One Match: Naoki Sakurada vs. Yasushi Warita 5R

Final: Rickson Gracie vs. Bud Smith 0:39

Vale Tudo Fighting Championship II Japan Open 1995 4/20/95 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
2hr. Q=Near Perfect

1st Round

Craig Pittman vs. Wayne Emons R1 2:12

Yuki Nakai vs. Gerard Gordeau R4 2:41

Todd Hays vs. Koichiro Kimura R1 2:55

Rickson Gracie vs. Yoshihisa Yamamoto R3 3:49

Special Match: Kenji Kawaguchi vs. Tommy Walkingstick R1 6:29

Semifinal: Yuki Nakai vs. Craig Pittman R2 7:32

Special Match: Enson Inoue vs. Rene Rooze R1 6:41

Advance to Semifinal Match: Koichiro Kimura vs. Wayne Emons R1 6:05

Semifinal: Rickson Gracie vs. Koichiro Kimura R1 2:07

Final: Rickson Gracie vs. Yuki Nakai R1 6:22

LUMAX CUP the TOURNAMENT of J '95 Commercial Tape 10/13/95 Tokyo Budokan
1hr 20min. Q=Near Perfect

Reserve Match: Isamu Osugi vs. Yuichi Otuka R1

1st Round

Egan Inoue vs. Alexander Otsuka R1

Akihiro Gono vs. Kazunari Murakami R1

Susumu Yamasaki vs. Kazuhiro Kusayanagi 2R split decision

Tsuyoshi Kosaka vs. Hiroyuki Yoshioka R1

Dream Exhibition Match: Yoshinori Nishi vs. Satoru Sayama R1

Semifinals

Egan Inoue vs. Akihiro Gono R1

Tsuyoshi Kosaka vs. Susumu Yamasaki R1

Final: Tsuyoshi Kosaka vs. Egan Inoue 3R unanimous decision

WCC 1: First Strike 10/17/95 Charlotte
-2hr 35min. Q= Ex. 2 DVDs

Quarterfinals

Renzo Gracie vs. Ben Spijkers 2:38

Erik Paulson vs. Sean McCully 5:17

Bart Vale vs. Mike Bitonio 7:10

James Warring vs. Jerome Turcan 2:35

Semifinals

Renzo Gracie vs. Phil Benedict 2:08

James Warring vs. Erik Paulson 16:08

Super Fight: Fred Floyd vs. Jerry Flynn 3:02

Final: Renzo Gracie vs. James Warring 2:47

IBJJF Mundial de Jiu-Jitsu 1996 (World Jiu-Jitsu Championship) Commercial Tape 2/3/96 Rio de Janeiro, BR Tijuca Tenis Clube Gymnasium
-1hr 55min. Q= Master

Semifinal: Roberto Roleta vs. Wallid Ismail

Ricardo Liborio vs. Remco Pardoel

Roberto "Gordo" Correa vs. Rogerio Olegario (ET)

Eduardo Jamelao vs. Sergio Penha

Ricardo Liborio vs. Marcelo Figueiredo

Wellington "Megaton" Dias vs. Helio "Soneca" Moreira

Fabio Gurgel vs. Amaury Bitteti

Royler Gracie vs. Joao Roque

Renato Barreto vs. Muzio De Angelis

Semifinal: Alexandre Cebolinha vs. Vinicius "Draculino" Magalhaes

Pesado Final: Murilo Bustamante vs. Fabio Gurgel

Super Pesado Final: Ricardo Liborio vs. Castelo Branco

SK World Grand Prix Final 12/21/13 Galati, RO Galati, RO Dunarea Skating Hall
& World Combat Fight #32 11/4/99 Cage Fight Tournament 1 taped 6/3/95 Belgium
-4hr 10min. Q=Perfect/TV Master. 2 DVDs

Alexandru Nedelcu vs. Mohammed El Boulahiati R2

Heavyweight Tournament Semifinals:

Redouan Cairo vs. Giannis Stoforidis R2

Frank Munoz (Spain) D’Angelo Marshall 3R

SUPERKOMBAT Super Cruiserweight Title Match: Andrei Stoica vs. Ondrej Hutnik 3R

Alexandru Lungu vs. Mike Bourke R1

SUPERKOMBAT Cruiserweight Title Match: Igor Bugaenko vs. Bogdan Stoica 3R

Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Pavel Zhuravlev R3

Raul Catinas vs. Paul Slowinski R3

Heavyweight Tournament Final: Frank Munoz vs. Redouan Cairo 4R

WCW #32

Cage Fight Tournament 1st Round

Rene Rooze vs. Andre van den Oetelaar

Oswald Verlinden vs. Errol Maduro

Bob Schriber vs. Ed de Kruijf

Bob Schriber vs. Rudi de Loos

Demonstration by World Champion Nunchaku Kim Silver. He puts apples on a woman's chest and slices them in half with a sword. Later, he knocks a golf ball off a man's head with his nunchaku.

Cage Tournament Final: Ed de Kruijf vs. Rudi de Loos

The World Martial Arts Challenge Commercial Tape 6/23/95 Tulsa, OK Convention Center Arena
-1hr. Q=Ex

Full Contact Rules: Lester Phillips vs. Randy Katlett 0:46

RINGS Jiu Jitsu Rules: Kevin Nix vs. Chad Talbert 0:45

Full Contact Rules: Jan McMillan vs. Kato Kiyotaka R2 1:06

RINGS Jiu Jitsu Rules: Keith Livingston vs. Tommy Walkikngstick 5:57

Full Contact Rules: Greg Voidachec vs. Wayne Emmons R1 1:16

RINGS Jiu Jitsu Rules: Tsuyoshi Kosaka vs. Scott Sullivan 3:00. Entertaining bout in the old, aggressive submission loses position but it doesn't matter (because my opponent will give it right back when his submission fails...) grappling style. Kosaka had the quick takedown, & applied most of the pressure, but Sullivan had a few tricks up his sleeve, including nearly hitting an armbar.

Full Contact Rules: Sugar Miyuki vs. Brenda Rouse 5R. Miyuki is known to wrestling fans for fighting Kumiko Maekawa on AJW's Tokyo Dome show, but she was the Shootboxing champion at 104 pounds. She's at a considerable height & reach disadvantage to 5'2" 108 pound kickboxing champion Rouse, a Oklahoma native who wound up training with Tommy Morrison & switching to boxing where she won a few of their zillion titles. Rouse has a wide variety of distance kicks that were all finding their target more often than not in the 1st round. I really like the adjustment Miyuki makes in the 2nd, a reverse psychology style where she knows straight up distance isn't going to work, but rather than getting hit darting in to get in range, she uses her movement to stay out of Rouse's range, forcing an impatient Rouse to come forward. Miyuki times Rouse's approaches well, consistently hitting her with a reverse combo of sorts, a low kick as soon as she's in kicking range then as many punches as she can get in as soon as she's walked into punching range. Though Miyuki made the fight more strategic, both have a high volume output, and the crowd is responding to their constant action with much bigger & more consistent pops than any of the previous bouts had. Rouse probably still wins the 2nd round, & they skip the 3rd for unknown reasons, but Miyuki has taken control in the 4th with her cardio. Rouse has her moments when she gets Miyuki on the ropes, but generally Miyuki is able to keep circling away. Rouse comes out energized in the 5th, and looks like a new fighter now as she's closing the distance quicker & generally attacking faster & more aggressively. Rouse has a considerable advantage in weight of shot, & Miyuki has a hard time dealing with the larger opponent when she's coming at her so fiercely. Rouse stuns Miyuki with a left hand early, and continues to get her hands through to close things out. Even with the dominant final round, it's still only a split decision win for Rouse 50-48, 46-49, 49-47. Good match.

Full Contact Rules: Dale "Apollo" Cook vs. Mark King 5R. Though in his late thirties & coming out of a three year retirement, Cook was still so fast & fluid out there. Cook has an amazing arsenal of attacks, & mixes them so much you almost wonder if he's trying to hit every strike in the arsenal & land something to every part of the body just to keep from being bored. Who else throws things such as a jump spinning high kick, spinning high kick combination? In the most basic reading, on the outside, he beats you with his kicks, on the inside, he beats you with his knees, but he has that Giorgio Petrosyan ability to avoid everything you throw while always being able to hit you with something. Cook often employed the side stance, but is very aggressive & flashy out of it, throwing powerful mid & high kicks & using it to set up the spinning high kick. King was totally overmatched early, but got himself into the match with a powerful series of knees with Cook stuck on the ropes. King eventually got Cook on the ropes again in the 2nd, but this time Cook weathered his flurry of hooks & dropped him with a right uppercut left hook combo. King kind of shut down & shifted to survival mode after getting knocked down with a knee to the midsection at the end of the 2nd, but Cook dropped him again with a spinning back elbow in the 4th. Cook fought the 5th with his hands at or below his waist, just begging King to attack him, but was still so quick he still landed crushing punches out of a silly taunting softball wind up for another knockdown. Yeah, surely turned out to be a jobber match even though King is the All-Marine junior heavyweight kickboxing champion, with Cook winning 50-41 on two judges cards, but it was so flashy & spectacular you didn't even care. Unfortunately, Cook reportedly broke his arm & a few knuckles during the fight, which sent him back to retirement. Good match.

Jungle Fight #62 12/7/13 Sao Paulo, Brazil Gimnasio Pelazao
World Combat Fight #30 10/21/99
-3hr 35min. Q=Perfect/TV Master. 2 DVDs

Patrick Gomes Silva vs. Elton Aquino Submission 2nd 3:45

David da Silva vs. Alberto Pantoja Luz Submission 2nd 3:15

Douglas Bertazini vs. Jesus Sanchez Submission 2nd 1:34

Jose Alexandre vs. Angelo Lopes Belem Decision 3rd

Rafael Nunes vs. Paulo Cesar Borges de Oliveira Submission 1st 4:11

Lucio Abreu vs. Erick Barbosa Decision 3rd

Edson Franca vs. Douglas Simoes Decision 3rd

Marcos Alexandre Campos vs. Almeida Rafael Miranda Decision 3rd

World Combat Fight #30 Free Fight Event 2 Battle of Amstelveen 12/2/95 Amstelveen, Holland Amsterdam Bankras Hall

Colin Massheurus vs. Lamri Ayoub

Siggi Siebeler vs. Arnout karelse

Ron Post vs. Jeffrey Heymz

Marrien Wagemaker vs. Antonio Schut

Wouter de Kruif vs. Edwin Gertenbach

Rikard Anderson vs. Pedro Palm

Lesly Nijman vs. Anders Cardell

Wahid Wennekes vs. Piet Bernzen

LUMAX CUP the TOURNAMENT of J '96 Commercial Tape 3/30/96 Tokyo Komazawa Koen Okunai Kyugi-ba
1hr 50min. Q=Near Perfect

1st Round

Egan Inoue vs. Yasunobu Matsuo R1

Sanae Kikuta vs. Shogun Kawakatsu R1

Hiroyuki Yoshioka vs. Hirotada Takahashi R1

Ryuta Sakurai vs. Katsuhisa Fujii 2R

Masanori Suda vs. Yuichi Otuka R1

Yuzo Tateishi vs. Ikuhisa Minowa 2R

Kazunari Murakami vs. Isamu Osugi R1

Akihiro Gono vs. Yasushi Warita R1

Quarterfinals

Sanae Kikuta vs. Egan Inoue R1

Hiroyuki Yoshioka vs. Ryuta Sakurai R1

Masanori Suda vs. Yuzo Tateishi R1

Kazunari Murakami vs. Akihiro Gono 2R

Semifinals

Sanae Kikuta vs. Hiroyuki Yoshioka R1

Masanori Suda vs. Kazunari Murakami R2

Final: Sanae Kikuta vs. Masanori Suda R1

World Combat Fight #35 11/25/99 & #36 12/2/99 IPKL International Fighting Championships IFC Kombat in Kiev taped 3/30/96 Kiev, Ukraine National Sports Palace
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #35

International Fighting Championship Quarterfinals

Alexander Mandrik vs. John Dixson

Igor Guerus vs. Gerry Harris

Paul Varelans vs. Valery Nikulin

Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Fred Floyd

World Combat Fight #36

International Fighting Championship Quarterfinal highlights

IFC Semifinal: John Dixson vs. Igor Guerus

IFC Semifinal: Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Paul Varelans

Alternate Match Highlights

Special Challenge Match, IFC Heavyweight Title Decision Match: John Lober vs. Eric Hebestreit

IFC Final: Igor Vovchanchyn vs. John Dixson

World Combat Fight #38 12/23/99 Cage Fight Tournament #2 taped 4/21/96 Holland
& World Combat Fight #37 12/16/99 Rings Holland: Utrecht at War 6/29/97 Utrecht, NED Vechtsebanen Sport Hall
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

1st Round

Rick Anderson vs. Sean McCully

Alexander Zallusski vs. Eduardo Rocha

Willie Peeters vs. Allen Harris

Tim Tuban vs. Hubert Numrich

Semi-finals

Rick Anderson vs. Eduardo Rocha

Willie Peeters vs. Allen Harris

Final: Willie Peeters vs. Eduardo Rocha

WCF #37

Rodney Faverus (Rodney Glunder) vs. Rik de Jager R2 1:10

Mario Borzic vs. Michael Jonker R1

Gilbert Yvel vs. Leon van Dijk R1 2:05

Sander MacKilljan vs. Erwin van de Eijnden R1 1:46

Joop Kasteel vs. Pedro Palm R1 4:17

Valentijn Overeem vs. Cees Bezems R1 0:49

Toon Stelling vs. Andre Mannaart 2R

IFC Mayhem in Mississippi Commercial Tape 8/23/96 Biloxi
-1hr 55min. Q=Master

Justin Martin vs. Alfreido Ramirez 1:09

Robert Garcia vs. Richard Bonin 1:41

Gerry Harris vs. Harry Moskowitz 2:07

Super Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinals

Houston Dorr vs. Kevin Rosier 11:10

Anthony Macias vs. Gene Lydick 1:13

William Knorr vs. Jack McLaughlin 0:46

Brian Gassaway vs. Michael Pacholik 1:38

Super Heavyweight Tournament Semifinals

Anthony Macias vs. Houston Dorr 0:17

Brian Gassaway vs. William Knorr 1:12

IFC 1 3/30/96, IFC Heavyweight Title Decision Match: John Lober vs. Eric Heberstreit 3:39

IFC Heavyweight Title Match: John Lober vs. Jamie Faucett 0:39

Super Heavyweight Tournament Final: Anthony Macias vs. Brian Gassaway 1:28

U-Japan Battle Station taped 11/17/96 Tokyo Ariake Coliseum
-2hr. Q=Ex

Paul Varelans vs. Shinji Katase

Becky Levi vs. Yoko Takahashi

David Beneteau vs. Patrick Smith

Wallid Ismael vs. Latsumi Isida

Don Frye vs. Mark Hall

Mitsuhiro Matsunaga vs. Dan Severn

Sean Alvares vs. Yoji Anjo

Kimo vs. Bam Bam Bigelow

MARS Reality Superfighting PPV 11/22/96 Birmingham, AL Alabama State Fair Arena
-2 1/2hr. Q=TFT. 2 DVDs

Reality Superfighting Tournament Quarterfinals

Tom Erikson vs. Aleksander Khramstovskly 8:55

Murilo Bustamante vs. Chris Haseman 1:01

Willie Peeters vs. Serge Narsisyan 5:10

Juan Mott vs. Yasunori Matsumoto 5:11

Super Fight: Carlos Barreto vs. Alexander Rafalski 1:00

Reality Superfighting Tournament Semifinals

Tom Erikson vs. Willie Peeters 0:31

Murilo Bustamante vs. Juan Mott 1:08

Super Fight: Mario Sperry vs. Andrey Dudko 4:15

Tournament Final: Tom Erickson vs. Murillo Bustamante 40:00

Renzo Gracie vs. Oleg Taktarov

World Combat Fight #23 9/2/99 Extreme Challenge IV 2/22/97 Council Bluffs, IA
& World Combat Fight #29 10/14/99 SUPERBRAWL XII taped 6/1/99 Honolulu, HI Blazedale Arena
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

2/22/97

Ryan Jensen vs. Travis Fulton 1:40

Shonie Carter vs. Chad Cox 2:45

Brian Dunn vs. LaVerne Clark 3:26

Todd Frederickson vs. Ken Luther 5:54

Andre Roberts vs. Jim Axtell 5:41

Joe Leggett vs. Jim Purtle 4:04

Greg James vs. Matt Andersen 1:55

Jeremy Horn vs. Dennis Reed 7:55

Jason Godsey vs. Steve Jennum 2:02

6/1/99

Bob Souswars vs. Bot Oustovich

Kim Mason vs. Kai Kamaka

Ryan Bow vs. Brevin Kamaka

Brian Gassoway vs. John Kristastomo

James Suchi vs. Ronald John Jr.

IFC Akwesasne Commercial Tape 2/28/97 Akwesasne, Canada Mohawk Nation
-1hr 55min. Q=1st Gen

IFC Super Heavyweight Championship Tournament 1st Round

John Bechthold vs. David Hood

Chris Oster vs. Ken Kronenburg

Wesley Gassaway vs. Zane Frazier

Harry Moskowitz vs. Frank Laughing

Alternate Matches

Robert LaLonde vs. Gene Hall

Mike Isaac vs. Alain Couture

Tournament Semifinals

John Bechthold vs. Robert LaLonde

Wesley Gassaway vs. Mike Isaac

IFC Lightweight World Title: Jay Russell vs. George Carson. By far the best technical fight on the show. Still had it's striking though, as Russell was bleeding heavily from a couple differnt spots around the nose at the end of the fight.

1st IFC Women's World Champion: Becky Levi vs. Betty Fagan. Levi put Fagan down with a punch right away then got on top and used ground and pound. Fagan's face was all marked up around the eye from the punches.

IFC Super Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final: Wesley Gassaway vs. Robert LaLonde. Short, but back and forth with one exciting near submission and some pretty good punches. Second best match of the night.

World Combat Fight #80 10/19/00 IAFC 3rd Absolute Fighting Championship taped 4/30/97 Moscow, Russia
& World Combat Fight #82 11/2/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 5 IAFC Pankration Russian Championship 1999 taped 4/29/99 Moscow, Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #80

Tournament R1

Karimula Barkalaev vs. Joe Charles 9:19

Leonid Efremov vs. Cal Worsham 2:49

Maxim Tarasov vs. John Dixson 1:36

Roberto Traven vs. Artyom Vilgulevsky 2:28

Tournament Semifinals

Leonid Efremov vs. Alexey Oleinik 2:48

Roberto Traven vs. Maxim Tarasov 2:47

Final: Roberto Traven vs. Leonid Efremov 2:54

4/29/99

Igor Akhmedov vs. Nikolai Gudkov 8:22

Nagmudin Usmanov vs. Anatoly Yaschenko 30:00

Zabir Elbiev vs. Yuri Pokrovkov 0:57

Vladimir Yakimenko vs. Denis Shibankov 1:46

Extreme Challenge VALE TUDO OPEN Battle Station taped 5/28/97 Tokyo Kokuritsu Yoyogi Kyogijo Dai-nitaiikukan
-1hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect

Caol Uno vs. Patrick Tapels 2:20

Martijn de Jong vs. Taro Obata 2:27

Jerry Kalia vs. Toshinobu Komeya 4:24

Roy van de Wal vs. Kenichi Ogawa 0:49

Akira Shoji vs. Vidal Serradilla 2:16

Yoshinori Nishi vs. Max Raikedal R3 1:11

World Combat Fight #72 8/24/00 USWF 5 taped 6/20/97 Amarillo, TX
World Combat Fight #73 8/31/00 Mix Fight in Russia taped 1/17/99 Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #72

8 Man Title Tournament 1st Round:

David Davis vs. Tony Medina 1:14

Chris Guillen vs. Brandon Raines 2:13

Felix Rios vs. Philip Preece. Digest

Tony Castillo vs. Derek McGill. Digest

Tournament Round 2

David Davis vs. Chris Guillen 4:12

Tony Castillo vs. Felix Rios 2:17

Tournament Final: David Davis vs. Tony Castillo 8:41

USWF Super Shoot Fight: Don Frye vs. Eric Valdez 0:49

USWF Middleweight Title Match: Steve Nelson vs. Hideki Nakai 1:55

World Combat Fight #73

8 Man Tournament

Super Fight: Sergei Bychkov vs. Aleksei Sitnikov

More

World Combat Fight #24 9/9/99
& World Combat Fight #28 10/7/99
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Extreme Challenge 7 6/25/97 Council Bluffs, IA

Don Hamilton vs. LaDorian Emmanuel 0:57

Brian Dunn vs. Ken Luther 0:39

Caz Daniels vs. Steve Horton 7:02

Jesse Jones vs. Doug Magee 1:04

Todd Frederickson vs. Joe Leggett 3:44

Tyrone Roberts vs. Adrian Serrano 10:25

Travis Fulton vs. Matt Andersen 3:43

Pat Miletich vs. Chuck Kim 10:46

Extreme Challenge 21 10/17/98 Hayward, WI

Lightweight Tournament 1st Round

Dave Menne vs. Adam Johnson 0:51

Matt Hughes vs. Victor Hunsaker 1:39

Tom Schmitz vs. Shannon Ritch 0:25

Dennis Hallman vs. Allan Mollring 2:52

Semifinals

Matt Hughes vs. Dave Menne 15:00

Dennis Hallman vs. Shannon Ritch 0:44

Final: Dennis Hallman vs. Matt Hughes 0:17

World Combat Fight # 37 12/16/99 Free Fight Event 5 taped 6/97 Holland
-55min. Q=TV Master

Rik de Jager vs. Rodney Faverus

Michael Jonker vs. Mario Borzic

Leon Van Dijk vs. Gilbert Yvel

Erwin Van de Eijnden vs. Sander Mackilljan

Pedro Palm vs. Joop Kasteel

Kees Bessems vs. Valentijn Overeem

Andre Mannaart vs. Toon Stelling

LUMAX CUP the TOURNAMENT of J '97 Battle Station taped 7/27/97 Tokyo Komazawa Olympic Kinen Koen Taiikukan
1hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect

1st Round

Sanae Kikuta vs. Jun Kitagawa R1 3:14

Toshinobu Komeya vs. Hiroyuki Yoshioka 2R

Kaichi Tsuji vs. Akira Shoji 2R

Masanori Suda vs. Ryuta Sakurai R1 4:25

special one match digest

Semifinals

Sanae Kikuta vs. Toshinobu Komeya R1 1:00

Masanori Suda vs. Kaichi Tsuji R1 0:21

Final: Sanae Kikuta vs. Masanori Suda R1 3:59

M-1 Selection 71 10/21/16 St. Petersburg, RU Ice Palace
& World Combat Fight #75 9/14/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 3 7/30/97 Moscow, Russia
& World Combat Fight #77 9/28/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 4 ~90.8kg 8 Man Tournament~ taped 6/20/98 Moscow, RU
-4hr 5min. Q=Perfect/TV Master/TV Master. 2 DVDs

WMMAA 2016 European Championships Bantamweight Final: Vladisov Navitsky vs. Kasum Kasumov

Featherweight Final: Nabi Ashurlaev vs. Vladislav Zatirka

Lightweight Final: Shamil Musaev vs. Michel Ovsyannikov

Welterweight Final: Gagimurad Hiramagomedov vs. Gunduz Nabiev

Middleweight Final: Ivan Gorlach vs. Shamil Abdulaev

Light Heavyweight Final: Robert Lau vs. Magomed Shakhautoinov

Heavyweight Final: Rizvan Kuniev vs. Evgeni Boldyrev

7/30/97

Leonied Kulkov vs. Mikhail Avetysyan

Wasili Kudin vs. Milenko Bonovic

6/20/98

90.8kg Tournament 1st Round: Sergey Miserva vs. Kiwari Efchedev

90.8kg Tournament 1st Round: Ivan Gerus vs. Gregor Ibanov

90.8kg Tournament 1st Round: Ashab Gorbarov vs. Alexander Shimadurov

90.8kg Tournament Semifinal: Kiwari Efchedev vs. Ivan Gerus

90.8kg Tournament Semifinal: Alexander Shimadurov vs. Achmed Sagidgunjenov

90.8kg Tournament Final: Ivan Gerus vs. Achmed Sagidgunjenov

World Combat Fight #76 9/21/00 USWF 6 Part 1 Lightweight Tournament Fight taped 8/18/97 Amarillo, Texas Amarillo Fairgrounds
& World Combat Fight #78 10/5/00 USWF 6 Part II taped 8/18/97 Amarillo, Texas Amarillo Fairgrounds
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Tournament First Round

Brent Medley vs. Shawn Sheldon

Bobo Navarette vs. Dat Ho

Cao Inpeng vs. Tony Hernandez

4/26/98 Kanagawa Yokohama Arena: Rumina Sato vs. Michael Buell

Michael Buell vs. Freddy Urioste

Tournament Semifinal Michael Buell vs. Tony Hernandez

Tournament Final: Michael Buell vs. Bobo Navarette

Michael Hinajosa vs. Jimmy Murugo

Danny Gordon vs. Tony Medina

David Swaim vs. Ben Flores

Chris Gillian vs. Ray Perez

Jeff Rosenbaum vs. Tony Castrada

Shawn Liggin vs. Jason Burkholder

USWF Super Fight: Dan "The Beast" Severn vs. Paul "Headhunter" Buentello

USWF Super Fight: Paul Jones vs. Tony Castillo

International Vale Tudo Championship 2 A Quest Of Pride Commercial Tape 9/14/97 Brazil Maksoud Plaza
-1 1/2hr. Q=Near Perfect 1st Gen

Luta Alternativa: Marcelo Gonclaves vs. Cristian Quezada

Tournament Quarterfinals:

Mark Hall vs. Luiz "Sellagem" Fraga

Patrick Assalone Jr. vs. Arthur Mariano

Sean Bormet vs. Vanderlei Silva. Bormet shot when he saw Silva start a kick. Unfortunately for Bormet, he got Silva's shin in the jaw for a KO.

Brian Gassaway vs. Edigio "Somba Da Noite" Costa

Tournament Semifinals:

Mark Hall vs. Arthur Mariano. Hall was cut under his eye early. Mariano threw a ton of punches when he was on the bottom, and several when he was on top. Hall tried for some submissions, but had no luck, so he was actually losing even when he was in dominant position because he was getting hit so much.

Vanderlei Silva vs. Edigio "Somba Da Noite" Costa

Luta Especial Uma Questan De Orgullio: Johil de Oliveira vs. Joao Bosco

Tournament Final: Vanderlei Silva vs. Arthur Mariano. Long fight even though it was all standup, and pretty much all punches. Silva always moved in while Mariano looked to counter punch. Silva looked good early, but over the course of the fight Mariano was more effective counter punching than Silva was attacking. Fatigue also seemed to be more of a factor with him than with Mariano. Both men were cut. Silva's face was nicked up in several spots, the left side was particularly bloody, and his nose was bloody as well.

World Combat Fight #81 10/26/00 & #83 11/9/00 USWF 7 ~BATTLE OF THE BELTS
taped 10/18/97 Amarillo, TX Fairgrounds Big Rodeo Coliseum
1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Middleweight Tournament 1st Round

Frank Trigg vs. Ali Elias 10:36

Dan Gilbert vs. Jody Harrison 1:13

USWF Middleweight Title: Steve Nelson vs. Taichi Hayashi 6:06

Middleweight Tournament Semifinals

Javier Buentello vs. Frank Trigg 2:35

Paul Vandiver vs. Dan Gilbert 2:22

USWF Heavyweight First Champion Decision Match: Heath Herring vs. Evan Tanner 6:19

Tournament Final: Frank Trigg vs. Dan Gilbert 2:45

Jeff Lindsay vs. Steve Cantu 2:37

Dale Tyra vs. Philip Preece 9:13

Jeff Rosenbaum vs. Brent Medley 1:56

Jay McCown vs. Shawn Liggin 0:48

Becky Levi vs. Leslie Brace 0:40

World Lightweight Title Decision Match: Michael Buell vs. Diego Acosta 6:19

World Light Heavyweight Title Decision Match: Paul Jones vs. Tony Castillo 12:17

World Combat Fight #41 1/20/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1997 taped 11/1/97 St. Petersburg, RU
& World Combat Fight #44 2/10/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 taped 4/10/98 St. Petersburg, RU
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #41 1/20/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1997 taped 11/1/97 St. Petersburg, Russia

73.5 kg Mix Fight Tournament 1st Round

Ronny Rivano vs. Nikita Abramov. Some good strikes by both men.

Rodney Glunder vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Glunder was overmatched on the mat, but did a lot of damage with punches in standup. Very questionable decision.

100 kg Mix Fight Tournament 1st Round

Pedro Palm vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

Gilbert Yvel vs. Sergei Tunic. Yvel shreaded him with strikes.

100 kg Cage Fight Tournament 1st Round

Bob Schrijber vs. Emil Stroka

Colorado Lopez vs. Ruslan Kerselyan

73.5 kg Mix Fight Tournament Final: Ronny Rivano vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Really cool ending.

100 kg Mix Fight Tournament Final: Gilbert Yvel vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

100 kg Cage Fight Tournament Final: Bob Schrijber vs. Ruslan Kerselyan. Schrijber knocked Ruslan down then, in vintage form, kicked Ruslan in the balls instead of waiting to see if he could answer the 10 count. Ruslan wanted to tear Schrijber's head of, so Schrijber did his usual it was an accident crap.

World Combat Fight #44 2/10/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 taped 4/10/98 St. Petersburg, Russia

80 kg Tournament 1st Round

Roberto Schernius vs. Sergei Zavadsky

Sergei Bytchkov vs. Goksel Sahinbas. This had some good striking and a cool powerslam type of takedown by Bytchkov.

Under 90 kg Tournament 1st Round

Richardus Baika vs. Dennis Deryabkin

Vidal Serradilla vs. Garik Mamiev

Over 90 kg Tournament 1st Round

Darnelius Razmus vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

Sergei Akinin vs. Piet Van Gammeren

80 kg Tournament Final: Sergei Zavadsky vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Great short match. Zavadsky blitzed Bytchkov right off the bat with flurries of punches and knees. He did a lot of damage, but Bytchkov withstood it and took over because Zavadsky had punched himself out. Bytchkov messed up Zavadsky's ankle with one of his slam takedowns.

Under 90 kg Tournament Final: Vidal Serradilla vs. Dennis Deryabkin

Over 90 kg Tournament Final: Darnelius Razmus vs. Piet Van Gammeren

LUMAX CUP the TOURNAMENT of J '97 Lightweight & Middleweight Tournaments Battle Station taped 12/20/97 Tokyo Komazawa Olympic Kinen Koen Taiikukan
1hr 25min. Q=Near Perfect

Lightweight Tournament 1st Round

Naoya Uematsu vs. Takashi Ochi R1 2:18

Mitsuo Matsumoto vs. Yoshihiro Fujita 2R

Caol Uno vs. Masahito Wachi 2R

Hiroaki Kotani vs. Naoto Kojima R1 1:10

Semifinals

Naoya Uematsu vs. Mitsuo Matsumoto 2R

Caol Uno vs. Hiroaki Kotani 2R

Lightweight Tournament Final: Naoya Uematsu vs. Caol Uno R1 0:23

Middleweight Tournament 1st Round

Masanori Suda vs. Mitsuhiro Suzuki 2R

Izuru Takeuchi vs. Motohiko Sugiyama 2R

Shunsuke Hayashi vs. Taro Obata 2R

Hiroyuki Yoshioka vs. Yuji Miyazaki R1 0:38

Semifinals

Masanori Suda vs. Izuru Takeuchi R1 1:53

Shunsuke Hayashi vs. Hiroyuki Yoshioka R2 1:13

Final: Masanori Suda vs. Shunsuke Hayashi R1 1:51

World Combat Fight #26 9/23/99 & 27 9/30/99 EC 15 2/27/98 Muncie, IN The Fieldhouse
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Eddie Moore vs. Wade Hamilton 2:10

Ryan Stout vs. John Renken 15:00 draw

Joe Slick vs. Scott O'Dell 4:28

Andre Roberts vs. Jason Brewer 0:39

Joe Pardo vs. Brad Kohler 1:43

Gary Myers vs. Nathan Allen 1:19

Robert Pritchett vs. Jim Czajkowski 15:00 unanimous decision

Heavyweight Tournament Semifinals

Noe Hernandez vs. Rainy Martinez 0:13

Jeremy Horn vs. Pat Assalone 1:38

Heavyweight Tournament Final: Jeremy Horn vs. Noe Hernandez 15:00 unanimous decision

Dan Severn vs. Kevin Rosier 0:53

World Combat Fight #33 11/11/99
& World Combat Fight #34 11/18/99
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

#33 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 aka Mix Fight Tournament 2 taped 2/14/98 St. Petersburg, Russia

Mix Fight Tournament 2 1st Round

Vidal Serradilla vs. Dennis Deryabkin

Vyacheslav Kiselev vs. Rick Rootlieb

Tjerk Vermanen vs. Alexei Sitnikov

Valentin Golubovskij vs. Goksel Sahinbas

Tournament Semifinal: Dennis Deryabkin vs. Rick Rootlieb

Tournament Final: Alexei Sitnikov vs. Dennis Deryabkin

#34 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 aka Mix Fight Tournament 2 taped 2/14/98 St. Petersburg, Russia

Roman Golona vs. Jeffrey van't Schip

Sergei Zavadsky vs. Rodney Faverus

Ruslan Yacoupov vs. Andrei Semenov

Ruslan Kerselyan vs. Eric Hill

World Combat Fight #85 11/23/00 & #87 12/7/00 USWF 8
taped 3/28/98 Amarillo, TX Fairgrounds Big Rodeo Coliseum
1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

USWF Light Heavyweight Title Tournament 1st Round

Jeff Lindsay vs. Philip Preece 5:24

Wayne Admire vs. David Swaim 8:08

Olin Marks vs. Shane Schartzer 4:46

One Match: Chris Guillen vs. Derek McGill 8:00

USWF Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal: Darce Nicholson vs. Danger Lee 5:39

One Match: Ricky Barron vs. JJ Chasteen 1:16

Hossein Kalami vs. Steve Sierra 1:11

Kentric Coleman vs. Corey Loehr 9:41

USWF Lightweight Title Match: Michael Buell vs. David Elizade 14:54

Brandon Sanchez vs. John Moore 2:00

Eva Vandiver vs. Dianna Sturgen 1:28

David Hargrove vs. Carlo Prater 1:40

USWF Heavyweight Title Match: Evan Tanner vs. Rusty Totty 1:36

World Combat Fight #31 10/28/99 IMA KO Power Tournament 4/12/98
& World Combat Fight #71 8/17/00 RINGS Holland The Kings of the Magic Ring 6/20/99
- 1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #31 Mix-Fight Tournament taped 4/12/98 Amsterdam, Holland Sporthal Zuid

Super Prestige Fight: John Mannion vs. Holiari el Nekka

Ronny Rivano vs. Vincent Vielvoye

Mix Fight Tournament 1st Round

Gilbert Yvel vs. Algirdas Darulis

Bob Schrijber vs. Glen Brown

Super Prestige Fight: Rodney Glunder vs. Tomas Valatkevicius

Mix Fight Tournament Final: Gilbert Yvel vs. Bob Schrijber

WCF #71 RINGS Holland The Kings of the Magic Ring 6/20/99 Utrecht City, NED Vechtsebanen Sport Hall

Richard Plug vs. Rick Rootlieb R2 2:22

Arie Maigret vs. Marcus Hapi R2 0:54

Big Mo T vs. Sander MacKilljan R1 1:39

Ricardo Fyeet vs. Jerrel Venetiaan R1 1:08

Gilbert Yvel vs. Semmy Schilt R2 4:45

World Combat Fight #42 1/27/00 & #43 2/3/00 IAFC Absolute Fighting Championship III aka 1st Absolute World Cup Pankration taped 11/12/97 Tel Aviv, Israel
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #42 1/27/00 Absolute Fighting Championship II taped Tel Aviv, Israel

Tournament 1st Round

Maxim Tarasov vs. Nick Nutter

Joe Charles vs. Yuri Mildzikhov

Zane Frasier vs. Vasily Kudin

Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Valiery Pliev

Tournament Semifinal: Nick Nutter vs. Joe Charles

World Combat Fight #43 2/3/00 Absolute Fighting Championship II taped Tel Aviv, Israel

Tournament Semifinal: Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Mikhael Avatesyan 35:00.Avatesyan controlled Igor most of the way in this extremely lengthy bout, but Igor pulled out a split decision.

Tournament Final: Igor Vovchanchyn vs. Nick Nutter 24:42. Another tough fight for Igor.

World Combat Fight #41 1/20/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1997 taped 11/1/97 St. Petersburg, RU
& World Combat Fight #44 2/10/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 taped 5/17/98 St. Petersburg, RU
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #41 1/20/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1997 taped 11/1/97 St. Petersburg, Russia

73.5 kg Mix Fight Tournament 1st Round

Ronny Rivano vs. Nikita Abramov. Some good strikes by both men.

Rodney Glunder vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Glunder was overmatched on the mat, but did a lot of damage with punches in standup. Very questionable decision.

100 kg Mix Fight Tournament 1st Round

Pedro Palm vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

Gilbert Yvel vs. Sergei Tunic. Yvel shreaded him with strikes.

100 kg Cage Fight Tournament 1st Round

Bob Schrijber vs. Emil Stroka

Colorado Lopez vs. Ruslan Kerselyan

73.5 kg Mix Fight Tournament Final: Ronny Rivano vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Really cool ending.

100 kg Mix Fight Tournament Final: Gilbert Yvel vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

100 kg Cage Fight Tournament Final: Bob Schrijber vs. Ruslan Kerselyan. Schrijber knocked Ruslan down then, in vintage form, kicked Ruslan in the balls instead of waiting to see if he could answer the 10 count. Ruslan wanted to tear Schrijber's head of, so Schrijber did his usual it was an accident crap.

World Combat Fight #44 2/10/00 M-1 MFC World Championship 1998 taped 4/10/98 St. Petersburg, Russia

80 kg Tournament 1st Round

Roberto Schernius vs. Sergei Zavadsky

Sergei Bytchkov vs. Goksel Sahinbas. This had some good striking and a cool powerslam type of takedown by Bytchkov.

Under 90 kg Tournament 1st Round

Richardus Baika vs. Dennis Deryabkin

Vidal Serradilla vs. Garik Mamiev

Over 90 kg Tournament 1st Round

Darnelius Razmus vs. Oleg Tsygolnik

Sergei Akinin vs. Piet Van Gammeren

80 kg Tournament Final: Sergei Zavadsky vs. Sergei Bytchkov. Great short match. Zavadsky blitzed Bytchkov right off the bat with flurries of punches and knees. He did a lot of damage, but Bytchkov withstood it and took over because Zavadsky had punched himself out. Bytchkov messed up Zavadsky's ankle with one of his slam takedowns.

Under 90 kg Tournament Final: Vidal Serradilla vs. Dennis Deryabkin

Over 90 kg Tournament Final: Darnelius Razmus vs. Piet Van Gammeren

World Combat Fight #46 2/24/00 & #48 3/9/00 IAFC Pankration European Championship 1998
taped 5/23/98 Russia Moscow Sports Palace Russian Armen
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

90.8 kg Cage Fight Tournament Round 1

Valentin Golubovskij vs. Maxim Tarasov

Dennis Van den Burg vs. Valery Pliev

Alternate Bout: Achmed Sagidguseinov vs. Denis Shibankov

90.8 kg Tournament Final: Dennis Van den Burg vs. Maxim Tarasov

Under 90kg tournament highlights

Over 90kg tournament highlights

Cage Fight: Mohammed Azad vs. Igor Akhmedov

Cage Superfight: Ronny Rivano vs. Oleg Zacharov

Cage Superfight Women: Irma Verhoeff vs. Marina Nikolaeva

Moscow, Russia - Cage Superfight: Gilbert Yvel vs. Karim Barkalaev

World Combat Fight #91 1/18/01
& World Combat Fight #92 1/25/01
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #91 WPKL Champions League taped 5/23/98 Amsterdam, Holland

Thai Boxing Champions League Tournament

Mongon Yuk vs. Stethen Verselic

El Amarani vs. Rian Simson

Danny Bille vs. Kamel

Stethen Verselic vs. Rian Simson

World Combat Fight #92 HOOK n SHOOT "ERUPTION" 11/7/98 Evansville, IN Veteran's Memorial Coliseum

Submission matches

Richard Sandro vs. Charles Lewis

Mark Smith vs. Dale Carson, Jr.

Shane Garret vs. Wally Holem

NHB match: Ken Barr vs. Jason Miller

Submission Rule Lightweight Title: Jason Warrez vs. Chris Helm

Submission Rule Middleweight Title Decision Match: Aaron Riley vs. Phil Stroffolino

World Combat Fight #24 9/9/99
& World Combat Fight #28 10/7/99
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Extreme Challenge 7 6/25/97 Council Bluffs, IA

Don Hamilton vs. LaDorian Emmanuel 0:57

Brian Dunn vs. Ken Luther 0:39

Caz Daniels vs. Steve Horton 7:02

Jesse Jones vs. Doug Magee 1:04

Todd Frederickson vs. Joe Leggett 3:44

Tyrone Roberts vs. Adrian Serrano 10:25

Travis Fulton vs. Matt Andersen 3:43

Pat Miletich vs. Chuck Kim 10:46

Extreme Challenge 21 10/17/98 Hayward, WI

Lightweight Tournament 1st Round

Dave Menne vs. Adam Johnson 0:51

Matt Hughes vs. Victor Hunsaker 1:39

Tom Schmitz vs. Shannon Ritch 0:25

Dennis Hallman vs. Allan Mollring 2:52

Semifinals

Matt Hughes vs. Dave Menne 15:00

Dennis Hallman vs. Shannon Ritch 0:44

Final: Dennis Hallman vs. Matt Hughes 0:17

World Combat Fight #70 Euro Kick Boxing Classic Kickboxing Holland vs. Canada 4/21/91 Amsterdam NED
World Combat Fight #49 3/16/00 Amsterdam Absolute Championships Mix Fight Tournament 4 taped 10/25/98 Amsterdam, Holland Party Center 2000
- 1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

4/21/91

Peter Furia vs. Gerard Mamadues (sp?)

Glenn Blastopp (sp) vs. Rick Van De Wuasosto (sp)

Orlando Weit vs. Ivan Hippolyte

Ernesto Hoost vs. Jan Wessels

World Combat Fight #49 Amsterdam Absolute Championships Mix Fight Tournament 4 taped 10/25/98 Amsterdam, Holland Party Center 2000 AKA International Absolute Fighting Council-Pankration European Championship 1998

Note: Mostly Highlights

Mix Fight: Ronny Rivano vs. Pedro Van Hemert

Muay Thai Rule: Rene Rooze vs. Helder Lopez

Mix Fight: Tjerk Vermanen vs. Vidal Serradilla. Serradilla got kneed in the forehead when he shot and there was blood everywhere, so they stopped it.

Muay Thai Fight: Rodney Favers vs. Samir Benazzouz

Mix Fight: Glenn Brown vs. Herman Vantol

Mix Fight: Remco Pardoel vs. John Dixon

Mix Fight: Bob Schrijber vs. Moti Horenstein. Brutal slugfest. Schrijber wound up with a big lump under his eye.

World Combat Fight #89 12/21/00 & #90 1/11/01 USWF 9
taped 6/20/98 Amarillo, TX Fairgrounds Big Rodeo Coliseum
1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

USWF Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round

Chris Guillen vs. Daniel Gomez 5:39

Larry Parker vs. Jason Saenz 0:32

Paul Buentello vs. Dustin Heronemus 0:20

Shane Saavedra vs. Art Arcos 3:15

One Match

Robert Sutton vs. Brent Medley 8:04

Mike Penning vs. Marcus Chacon 6:13

USWF Heavyweight Tournament Semifinals

Larry Parker vs. Chris Guillen 1:28

Paul Buentello vs. Shane Saavedra 2:15

One Match: Eric Payne vs. Larry Bartholomew 2:40

USWF Heavyweight Tournament Final: Paul Buentello vs. Larry Parker 0:30

John Cobb vs. Mark Mathews 7:25

Moses Sanchez vs. Javier Buentello 2:47

Tony Medina vs. Tony Castenada 5:38

Jeff Lindsay vs. David David 3:18

USWF Light Heavyweight Title Match: Paul Jones vs. Juan Mott 8:00

USWF Heavyweight Title Match: Evan Tanner vs. Tony Castillo 4:06

World Combat Fight #75 9/14/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 3 7/30/97 Moscow, Russia
& World Combat Fight #77 9/28/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 4 ~90.8kg 8 Man Tournament~ taped 6/20/98 Moscow, Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

Match list coming soon

World Combat Fight #91 1/18/01
& World Combat Fight #92 1/25/01
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #91 WPKL Champions League taped 5/23/98 Amsterdam, Holland

Thai Boxing Champions League Tournament

Mongon Yuk vs. Stethen Verselic

El Amarani vs. Rian Simson

Danny Bille vs. Kamel

Stethen Verselic vs. Rian Simson

World Combat Fight #92 HOOK n SHOOT "ERUPTION" 11/7/98 Evansville, IN Veteran's Memorial Coliseum

Submission matches

Richard Sandro vs. Charles Lewis

Mark Smith vs. Dale Carson, Jr.

Shane Garret vs. Wally Holem

NHB match: Ken Barr vs. Jason Miller

Submission Rule Lightweight Title: Jason Warrez vs. Chris Helm

Submission Rule Middleweight Title Decision Match: Aaron Riley vs. Phil Stroffolino

World Combat Fight #97 3/1/01
& World Combat Fight #98 3/8/01
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #97 USWF 11 & 12 taped 8/22/98 & 10/24/98 Amarillo, Texas Fairgrounds Big Rodeo Coliseum

USWF Alternate Tournament 1st Round

Robert Mendez vs. Kao Inpeng

Tony Hernandez vs. Pon Dara

Middleweight One Match: Juan Martinez vs. Bobby Pierce

Mike Powers vs. Paul Vandiver

Eric Davila vs. David Swaim

Gigi Davila vs. Trina Fellabaum

USWF Alternate Tournament Final: Tony Hernandez vs. Robert Mendez

USWF Super Shoot Fight: Steve Nelson vs. Ralph Gracie

World Combat Fight #98 WPKL Muay Thai Champion League taped 11/14/98 Amsterdam, Holland

Note: contains spelling errors

Ryan Simson vs. Jomhoud ?

Adila Tarzati vs. Jerald Madeus

Jerry Morris vs. Sacmongkhol Shichuchok

World Combat Fight #88 IAFC Pankration Eurasian Open Cup 1998 taped 11/6/98 Russia
& World Combat Fight #84 Russian No Holds Barred Series 6 IAFC Pankration Russian Championship 1999 taped 4/30/99 Moscow Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #88 taped 11/6/98

Middleweight Tournament 1st Round

Boris Pochep vs. Sovet Saliev

Sergei Belov vs. Sergey Miserva

Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round

Magomed Mirzamagomedov vs. Oleg Chemodurov

MA Kick 10/6 Tokyo Korakuen Hall: Zaur Akhmedov vs. Miboru Fujita. Digest

Zaur Akhmedov vs. Denis Shibankov

Super Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round

Murat Kurmanov vs. Andrei Prilutski

Kavkaz Sultanmagomedov vs. Valery Pliev

Middleweight Tournament Final: Sergei Belov vs. Boris Pochep

Heavyweight Tournament Final: Magomed Mirzamagomedov vs. Zaur Akhmedov

Super Heavyweight Tournament Final: Kavkaz Sultanmagomedov vs. Murat Kurmanov

4/30/99

Alexandr Mayorov vs. Nagmudin Usmanov 28:49

Achmed Labasanov vs. Zabir Elbiev 4:38

Oleg Zakharov vs. Rasul Djamaldinov 4:54

Artur Taymaskhanov vs. Shavkat Urakov 1:52

Karimula Barkalaev vs. Sergei Akinen 1:04

World Combat Fight #19 8/5/99
-50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #19 8/5/99 Extreme Challenge XXII taped 11/21/98 West Valley City E Center

Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round Patrick Smith vs. David Dodd

Griffin Reynoud vs. Cal Worsham

Lightweight Tournament 1st Round Fabiano Iha vs. Yves Edwards

Lieber Luciano vs. Victor Hunsaker

Lightweight Tournament Final Fabiano Iha vs. Lieber Luciano

World Combat Fight #72 8/24/00 USWF 5 taped 6/20/97 Amarillo, TX
World Combat Fight #73 8/31/00 Mix Fight in Russia taped 1/17/99 Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

8 Man Tournament

Super Fight: Don Frye vs. Eric Bartes

USWF Middlweight Title: Steve Nelson vs. Hideaki Nagai

8 Man Tournament

Super Fight: Sergei Bychkov vs. Aleksei Sitnikov

More

World Combat Fight #80 10/19/00 3rd Absolute Fighting Championship taped 4/30/97 Moscow, Russia
& World Combat Fight #82 11/2/00 Russian No Holds Barred Series 5 taped 4/29/99 Moscow, Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #80

Tournament with Joe Charles, John Dixson, Cal Worsham, Robert Travan

World Combat Fight #82 AKA International Absolute Fighting Council- Pankration Russian Championship 1999-series-15

Match list coming

World Combat Fight #88 IAFC Pankration Eurasian Open Cup 1998 taped 11/6/98 Russia
& World Combat Fight #84 Russian No Holds Barred Series 6 IAFC Pankration Russian Championship 1999 taped 4/30/99 Moscow Russia
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

World Combat Fight #88 taped 11/6/98

Middleweight Tournament 1st Round

Boris Pochep vs. Sovet Saliev

Sergei Belov vs. Sergey Miserva

Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round

Magomed Mirzamagomedov vs. Oleg Chemodurov

MA Kick 10/6 Tokyo Korakuen Hall: Zaur Akhmedov vs. Miboru Fujita. Digest

Zaur Akhmedov vs. Denis Shibankov

Super Heavyweight Tournament 1st Round

Murat Kurmanov vs. Andrei Prilutski

Kavkaz Sultanmagomedov vs. Valery Pliev

Middleweight Tournament Final: Sergei Belov vs. Boris Pochep

Heavyweight Tournament Final: Magomed Mirzamagomedov vs. Zaur Akhmedov

Super Heavyweight Tournament Final: Kavkaz Sultanmagomedov vs. Murat Kurmanov

4/30/99

Alexandr Mayorov vs. Nagmudin Usmanov 28:49

Achmed Labasanov vs. Zabir Elbiev 4:38

Oleg Zakharov vs. Rasul Djamaldinov 4:54

Artur Taymaskhanov vs. Shavkat Urakov 1:52

Karimula Barkalaev vs. Sergei Akinen 1:04

World Combat Fight #23 9/2/99 Extreme Challenge IV 2/22/97 Council Bluffs, IA
& World Combat Fight #29 10/14/99 SUPERBRAWL XII taped 6/1/99 Honolulu, HI Blazedale Arena
-1hr 50min. Q=TV Master

2/22/97

Ryan Jensen vs. Travis Fulton 1:40

Shonie Carter vs. Chad Cox 2:45

Brian Dunn vs. LaVerne Clark 3:26

Todd Frederickson vs. Ken Luther 5:54

Andre Roberts vs. Jim Axtell 5:41

Joe Leggett vs. Jim Purtle 4:04

Greg James vs. Matt Andersen 1:55

Jeremy Horn vs. Dennis Reed 7:55

Jason Godsey vs. Steve Jennum 2:02

6/1/99

Bob Souswars vs. Bot Oustovich

Kim Mason vs. Kai Kamaka

Ryan Bow vs. Brevin Kamaka

Brian Gassoway vs. John Kristastomo

James Suchi vs. Ronald John Jr.

Battle Station Majobi Gym Okinawa Shibu (branch) 9/2/99 THE KAKIDAMASHI 1 taped 7/11 Okinawa-kenritsu Budokan
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Note: all matches are shoots, IMO, except Sayama vs. Tanaka.

Vale Tudo: Satoru Sayama vs. Minoru Tanaka

Vale Tudo: Aaron Riley vs. Robert Tallack

Kickboxing: Matt Andrews vs. James Bigins

Kickboxing: ? vs ?

Vale Tudo: Tim Jones vs. Shigeru Okada

Kickboxing: Jason Ross vs. ?

Joshi Boxing: ? vs. ?

Joshi Kickboxing: Bambi Badonchiro vs. ? Shirota

Kickboxing: Branko Cikatic vs. Benkei Sato

Kickboxing: Chanpua Gessonritto vs. Ryuji Murakami

WEF 7 The Stomp in the Swamp 10/9/99 New Orleans Pontchartrain Center
-2hr 50min. Q=Ex. 2 DVDs

Ben Cupido vs. Daniel Ghigliotty R1 0:31

Don Kaecher vs. Rob Baer R1 1:01

Rich Crunkilton vs. Ray Totorico R2 2:24

Marco Macera vs. Eric Hibler R1 0:10

Andy Mockler vs. Richard Fracasso R1 0:27

Marcus Coe vs. Aristides Britto 3R

Chris Seifert vs. Rich Clementi 3R

Jeremy Bennett vs. Mike Freeman R1 0:25

Joe Doerksen vs. Cris Custer R1 3:17

Shane Dunn vs. Thomas Denny R2 1:25

Karl Schmidt vs. Mike Lee R2 0:50

Chad W. Saunders vs. Roger Kessler R1 1:10

Paul Rodriguez vs. Mike McClure 3R

Zee Vjesalicu vs. Kelly McDaniels R1 1:36

Roman Roytberg vs. Curtis McWatters R2 2:00

David Dodd vs. Mike Gallo R1 1:58

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Nate Schroeder R1 1:52

Tedd Williams vs. Joe Campanella R1 1:48

Din Thomas vs. Ken Allen R1 3:16

John Dixson vs. Tommy Sauer R1 2:00

Marcus "Conan" Silveira vs. Maurice Smith R2 2:48

Battle Station Majobi Gym Okinawa 3/16/00 KAKIDAMASHI Presents KASSHIN taped 2/13 Okinawa-ken Dance Hall
-1hr 25min. Q=TV Master

Match list coming soon

Colosseum 2000 Masakatsu Funaki vs. Rickson Gracie DVD 5/26/00 Tokyo Dome
-2hr 20min. Q=Near Perfect. 1 DVD

Yuki Kondo vs. Saulo Ribeiro

Genki Sudo vs. Andre Pederneiras

Melchor Manor vs. Masato

Kunihiro Suzuki vs. Luciano Basile

Mario Sperry vs. Hiromitsu Kanehara

Kiyoshi Tamura vs. Jeremy Horn

Rickson Gracie vs. Masakatsu Funaki

Samurai Project Japan Battle Station 11/14/00 taped 10/22/00 Tokyo Ariake Colosseum
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Ryo Sakai vs. Peter Angerer

Rauf Kachroub vs. Hiroshi Imamura

Jerry Morris vs. Togane Tyson

Tatsuya Maeda vs. Jet Hijikata

Yoshinori Nishi vs. Giant Ochiai

Noboru Uchida vs. Ryuji Murakami

Ibragim Magomedov vs. Ryushi Yanagisawa

Kenichi Sato vs. Gabe Lemley

IBJJF Battle Station 11/14/00 Mundial de Jiu-Jitsu 2000 (World Jiu-Jitsu Championship) taped 7/27-30/00 Brazil
-1hr 55min. Q=TV Master

Highlights of Japanese entrants including Cristiano Kaminishi, Koichi Kuwabara

Absolute Semifinals:

Nino Schembri vs. Rodrigo ‘Comprido’ Medeiros

Flavio Almeida vs. Fernando Pontes "Margarida"

Absolute Final: Rodrigo ‘Comprido’ Medeiros vs. Fernando Pontes "Margarida"

Peso Galo 1st Rd: Takeo Tani vs. Pablo Ran

Final: Omar Salum vs. Marcelo Pereira

Peso Pluma Final: Robson Moura vs. Marcos da Matta

Peso Pena 2nd Round: Alexandre “Soca” Freitas vs. Marco Barbosa

2nd Round: Eduardo Soares vs. Yuki Nakai

3rd Round: Yuki Nakai vs. Edson Dinis

Semifinal: Marco Barbosa vs. Edson Dinis

Final: BJ Penn vs. Edson Dinis

Peso Leve Semifinal: Leo Santos vs. Marcio Feitosa

Marcio Feitosa vs. Vitor "Shaolin" Ribeiro

Peso Medio Final: Nino Schembri vs. Fernando "Terere" Augusto

Meio Pesad Final: Roberto Roleta vs. Fernando Pontes Margarida

Pesado Final: Fabio Gurgel vs. Ricardo Arona

Super Pesado Final: Saulo Ribeiro vs. Daniel Gracie

Pesadissimo Final: Leo Leite vs. Aurelio Fernandes

UCC 7 Bad Boys PPV 1/25/02 Montreal Verdun Auditorium
-2hr 30min. Q=TV Master. 2 DVDs

J.F. Bolduc vs. Stephane Vigneault

Yves Jabouin vs. Steve Claveau

Georges St. Pierre vs. Ivan Menjivar

Jeromie Sills vs. Yan Pellerin

UCC Canadian Light Heavyweight Title Match: Joel Leblanc vs. Jason St. Louis

David Loiseau vs. Joe Doerksen

UCC Welterweight Title Match: John Alessio vs. Sean Piersen

Shawn "Pain" Peters vs. Stephane Ouellet

UCC Middleweight Title Match: Donald Quimet vs. CJ Fernandes

Jeremy Horn vs. Stephan Potvin

UCC 8 Fast and Furious PPV 3/30/02 Rimousk, Que Rimouski Coliseum
-2hr 50min. Q=TV Master. 2 DVDs

Shawn Davidson vs. Denis Astel

C.J. Fernandes vs. Dany Laflamme

Jeff Davis vs. Pain Peters

Anthony Fryklund vs. Jonathan Goulet

Jason Black vs. Ivan Menjivar

UCC Canadian Super Lightweight Championship: Steve Claveau vs. Richard Nancoo

UCC Canadian Welterweight Championship: Joel Leblanc vs. Justin Bruckmann

UCC Canadian Middleweight Championship: J.P. Cantin vs. Steve Vigneault

Claudionor Fontinelle vs. David Loiseau

UCC World Middleweight Championship: Jesse Jones vs. Donald Ouimet

21st Century Warriors A Night of Champions PPV 8/24/02 Atlantic City, NJ Tropicana Casino & Resort
-2hr 50min. Q=TV Master. 2 DVDs

Kickboxing: Stephen Thompson vs. Eli Thompson. Neither of these guys protected themselves well. They were offensive minded, with Stephen being too powerful and much more advanced as a boxer.

MMA: Jose Tabora vs. Michael Bencic. Pretty remedial. Taboras had no ground defense at all, so I couldn't tell you if Bencic is good or Tabora was just so bad.

Kickboxing: Luis Ruiz vs. Tony Ventura. Good fight. Ventura dominated R1, but it was an even round because he had a point deducted for his spinning back fist turning into an elbow. Ruiz did better in R2 because he fought inside more. Ventura fights like a karate guy rather than a kickboxer, so he was better from a distance. This was especially true since he used so many spinning strikes. His spinning kicks weren't impressive, but his back fist bloodied if not broke Ruiz's nose in R3. Ruiz didn't have great stamina, but he grew in effectiveness as he figured Ventura out.

ISKA Light Heavyweight Championship: Orlando Rivera vs. Kadir Kadri. This looked like it would be onesided with the smooth veteran champ just being too talented and experienced for the young challenger that was about half his age. Kadri had a very good tank and even better heart. It looked like Rivera was playing with him in the beginning, but it was Kadri that eventually came on, making the final rounds the best of the fight.

MMA: Royler Gracie vs. Henry Matamoros. Matamoros went for submissions at the expense of position, which tends to be a poor strategy unless you think it's your only chance. Gracie took his back when Matamoros made a feeble attempt to straighten his arm. I really like the way Gracie finished this. He controlled his body so well with a figure 4 waistlock that he didn't need to hurry to get the hooks in.

Kickboxing: Don "The Dragon" Wilson vs. Eddie Butcher. These guys combined age is 90. Wilson is still in shape, but Butcher dropped in excess of 60 pounds since March to make weight. He actually looked like the better fighter when he pressured Wilson, kicking with good power. He was severly lacking in stamina though, so this only happened in a couple early rounds and then he got tentative. Wilson was seriously rusty, hesitating to pull the trigger on his punches throughout the 1st half. He's still cool to watch because he's probably the only kickboxer that's succeeded at a high level fighting out of a side stance. He's always hoping around, often fighting on one leg as he fakes side kicks. Wilson broke his rib somewhere along the line. He eventually let his punches go, cutting Butcher in the 8th and finding some semblance of his old rhythm. Decent fight.

WCK 12/5/09 WBC Muaythai Inetnational Super Bantamweight Title Match: Romie Adanza vs. Kunitaka Fujiwara

Inoki BOM-BA-YE 2002 Inoki Army vs. K-1 Strongest Army vs. PRIDE DVD 12/31/02 Saitama Super Arena
-1hr 40in. Q=Master

Jan "The Giant" Nortje vs. Tadao Yasuda R2 0:57

Daniel Gracie vs. Shinsuke Nakamura R2 2:14

Wallid Ismail vs. Yasuhito Namekawa 3R

Mike Bernardo vs. Gary Goodridge R1 2:12

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson vs. Cyril Abidi 3R

Mirko CroCop vs. Kazuyuki Fujita 3R

Masaaki Satake Retirement Match: Hidehiko Yoshida vs. Masaaki Satake R1 0:50

Bob Sapp vs. Yoshihiro Takayama R1 2:16

Inoki BOM-BA-YE 2003 PPV 12/31/03 Kobe Wing Stadium
-5hr 10min. Q=TV Master. 3 DVDs

Rene Rooze vs. Tadao Yasuda R1 0:52

LYOTO (Lyoto Machida) vs. Rich Franklin R2 1:03

Alexander Emelianeno vs. vs. Angelo Araujo R2 4:22

King of Pancrase Openweight Title Match: Josh Barnett vs. Semmy Schillt R3 3:48

Exhibition: Tatsumi Fujinami vs. Antonio Inoki 3:00

K-1 Rules: Michael McDonald vs. Hiromi Amada R2 0:46

K-1 Rules: Stefan Leko vs. Kazunari Murakami R1 1:04

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Yuji Nagata R1 1:02

Kazuyuki Fujita vs. Imamu Mayfield R2 2:15

Amar Suloev vs. Din Thomas R1 4:22

Alistair Overeem vs. Tomohiko Hashimoto R1 0:36

Yuka Tsuji vs. Yeitsidou Kalliopi 3R unanimous decision

WFA 4 - King of the Streets 7/22/06 Great Western Forum
-2hr 55min. Q=Ex. 1 DVD

Rob McCullough vs. Harris Sarmiento

Ricco Rodriguez vs. Ron Waterman

Ivan Salaverry vs. Art Santore

Jason "Mayhem" Miller vs. Lodune Sincaid

Lyoto Machida vs. Vernon White

Bas Rutten vs. Ruben Villareal

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson vs. Matt Lindland

CC 16 2/23/13 Dublin National Basketball Arena
-1hr 35min. Q=Perfect

Ali Maclean vs. Myles Price 3R unanimous decision

Greg Loughran vs. Chris Stringer 3R unanimous decision

Ali Arish vs. Arni Isaksson 3R unanimous decision

Paul Daley vs. Patrick Vallee 4:12 R2

Fighting Network MMA Bushido King of Kings World Cup & Hero's 2013 11/16/13 Vilnius, LU Siemens Arena
-2hr 20min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

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Rebel FC 2: Battle Royal 1/8/14 Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
-1hr 45min. Q=Perfect

Syafiq Samad vs. Kenny Thompson 2:46 R1

May Ooi vs. Sharma Devaiah 2:30 R1

Gyo Pyung Hwang vs. Kris Barras 3R Unanimous Dec

Doo Hwan Kim vs. Sam Kei 3R Unanimous Dec

Yojiro Uchimura vs. Reydon Romero 3:42 R1

Will Chope vs. Mauricio dos Santos Jr. 3R Unanimous Dec

Miguel Torres vs. Takahiro Ashida 3R Split Dec

BFW BRACE 31 2014 Championship Tournament Grand Final 11/22/14 Canberra, AUS AIS Arena
-1hr 35min. Q=Perfect

Light Heavyweight Title: Mike Turner vs. Connor Murphy R2 1:12

Lightweight Title: Abel Brites vs. Ali Cevik R2 4:59

Middleweight Title: Rob Wilkinson vs. Gerhard Voigt R1 3:45

Bantamweight Title: Jordan Lucas vs. Steve Reeks R1 3:52

Featherweight Title: Jamie Mullarkey vs. JJ van Aswegen R1 0:59

Welterweight Title: Corey Nelson vs. Steve Micallef R1 4:44

AFC 11 11/22/14 Melbourne, AUS Melbourne Pavilion
-1hr 35min. Q=Perfect

Chris Wase vs. Tim Zosh 3R split decision

John Belrouti vs. Chris Lindner R2 2:17

Jason Lonigan vs. Nick Davis 3R split decision

Lance Ettia vs. James Londrigan R1 2:18

Kitt Campbell vs. Chris Birch R1 0:46

Zein Saliba vs. Maui Tuigamala R2 3:20

Abu Dhabi Warriors 2 3/26/15 Abu Dhabi FGB Arena
-2hr 25min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Ye Yuan vs. Ho Young Yoon 3R unanimous decision

Max Nunes vs. Rene Wollinger 4:10 R3

Vaso Bakocevic vs. David Matosevic 4:04 R1

Jesse Ronson vs. Gadji Zaipulaev 3:24 R2

Jim Wallhead vs. Rodrigo Ribeiro 3:10 R1. Crazy finish as Wallhead knocks Ribeiro through the ropes and out with an overhand right lead.

Xavier Foupa-Pokam vs. Pavel Doroftei 2:48 R2

Waylon Lowe vs. Mateusz Teodorczuk 3R unanimous decision

Svetoslav Savov vs. Ryuta Sakurai 4:40 R1

Mike Kyle vs. Baga Agaev 1:55 R1

Derrick Mehmen vs. Brett Rogers 3R unanimous decision

Abu Dhabi Warriors 4 5/24/16 Abu Dhabi IPIC Arena
-3hr 10min. Q=Perfect. 2 DVDs

Diego Gonzalez vs. Carlos Andres Moyano Herrera 4:18 R2

Artiyom Gorodynets vs. Ahmad Darmaki 2:20 R1

Andreas Michailidis vs. Ion Pascu 3R Unanimous Dec

Akop Stepanyan vs. Will Chope 3R. To see these two without knowing anything about them, you'd assume Chope, who has miraculously fought as low as bantanweight despite being 6'4", would own the range striking over the 5'9" Stepanyan, who would thus be forced to try to close the distance and maybe take him down to negate the size advantage. However, Chope, who has regularly competed in kickboxing & muay thai (15 of his ridiculous 21 fights in 2011) in addition to being the worlds busiest MMA fighter with 8 MMA fights in 2016, wasn't using the jab, the teep, any of the tall fighter range keeping staples. Stepanyan was able to fight within his own striking range, and repeatedly clock Chope with a diverse power attack. Meanwhile, Chope wanted to close distance to either use his height for some devestating clinch knees or to take Stepanyan down & pressure him with his submission game, which is how he's finished most of his MMA fights. Stepanyan's striking was a lot of fun to watch. He swung for the fences, stepping in with big, full power overhand lefts. Stepanyan was headhunting early, but once he hurt Chope with a middle kick, he started damaging Chope with big body hooks as well, which also opened up the head strikes, as Stepanyan mixed the overhand right/left liver kick combo. Chope had enough of this, answering by jumping into a standing back mount & dragging Stepanyan down to close the 1st. Chope was too passive in the 1st, but made good adjustments after that, coming forward with consistent pressure & locking Stepanyan up or taking him down through the standing back mount. Stepanyan still got some big shots in, but was looking tired, the combination of throwing everything full power & Chope's pressure really diminishing his output, as he was much more effective coming forward even with overaggressive lunges than off his back foot. Stepanyan tried to dig deep at the start of the third, rocking Chope early with a beautiful spinning backfist feint into a left hook, but fatigue caused him to shoot a single leg, which Chope stuffed & again took Stepanyan's back. Chope had 3 minutes of back control in the 3rd, where he had 2 neck crank attempts because he could never quite secure the rear naked choke & landed a number of punches, with Stepanyan only "escaping" when the ref inexplicably bailed him out in the final seconds despite Chope still working from the dominant position. Stepanyan clearly did a lot more damage over the course of the fight, but Chope won the 2nd & 3rd due to his superior cardio, clinch knee and rear mount game. Stepanyan got the split decision 29-28, 28-29, 29-28. Good match.

Paul Buentello vs. Eric Prindle 1:04 R1

Pavel Gordeev vs. Jason Santana 3R Unanimous Dec

Tahar Hadbi vs. Yoichiro Sato 2:29 R1

Alexey Polpudnikov vs. Antonio Magno Pereira 4:11 R1

Joachim Christensen vs. Anthony Ruiz 4:47 R1

Alexander Sarnavskiy vs. Jorge Patino 3R Unanimous Dec

RXF 24: Brasov Fight Night 10/10/16 Brasov, RU Sala Sporturilor "Dumitru Colibasi"
-1hr 30min. Q=Perfect

Nick Negumereanu vs. Alex Gavrila 0:10 R1

Ralph Ribeiro vs. Ioan Vrânceanu 5:00 R2

Gabe Sagman vs. Constantin Pirtea 3:31 R1

Andrei Vasinca vs. Daniel Stinghe 2:55 R3

Aurel Pîrtea vs. Jordan Miller 2:59 R2

Cristian Mitrea vs. Ben Schneider 1:26 R1

Alexandru Lungu vs. Rocky Balboa 2:05 R1

Anatoli Ciumac vs. Yuri Gorbenko 0:49 R1

RXF 25: MMA Allstars 3 12/19/16 Ploiesti, RU Sala Sporturilor Olimpia
-1hr 35min. Q=Perfect

Andrei Muntean vs. Stefan Pirilanu 2:44 R1

Levi Matan vs. Andrei Vasinca 3:07 R3

Aurel Pîrtea vs. Peter Guzsvan 3:43 R1

Luke Barnatt vs. Cristian Mitrea 3:00 R1

Dan Konecke vs. Adrian Preda 3:08 R1

Alexandru Lungu vs. John Painter 0:25 R1

Anatoli Ciumac vs. Michal Wlazlo 3R Unanimous Dec

ONE 56 Light of a Nation 6/30/17 Yangon, MM Thuwunna National Indoor Stadium
-2hr 10min. Q=Perfect. 1 DVD

Kevin Chung vs. Zhong Qingya 3:37 R2

Tha Pyay Nyo vs. Htet Aung Oo 0:16 R1

Bruno Pucci vs. Jimmy Yabo 2:12 R1

Mei Yamaguchi vs. Jenny Huang 4:00 R2

Myanmar Flyweight Tournament Final: Saw Min Min vs. Shwe Kyaung Thar 1:43 R1

One Middleweight Title Match: Vitaly Bigdash vs. Aung La Nsang 5R. Aung lost a 5 round decision to Bigdash on 1/14/17, but that was on 10 days notice & without the hometown crowd behind him (which probably helped induce Yuji Shimada to call for quick standups). Bigdash came out throwing powerful & flashy kicks, but wasn't able to rely on his standup skills despite Aung being a fighter that normally wins via submission, so the match soon wound up resembling an old school grappler vs. striker match as Aung dropped Bigdash 2 minutes in with an overhand right & a couple clubbing strikes - essentially standing hammerfists to his stunned opponent - & landed several big punches & a huge elbow on the ground. This put Bigdash into full on grappling mode when he finally got some offense, which wasn't until the 2nd round, when he nearly had a trip into a rear naked choke at the outset, but Aung turned to the top before he could quite secure things. Frankly, it was pretty amazing he survived that long as Aung had an impressive onslaught, but punched himself out before he could seal the deal. Bigdash again tripped Aung up midway through the 2nd & almost had a rear naked choke, but Aung was able to turn to his back right after Bigdash flattened him out, & Shimada rather quickly bored of seeing Aung get pounded on against the cage. Bigdash dominated the 3rd with his wrestling, cutting Aung above the left eye with his ground & pound, and you were wondering if it was going to be a repeat of their 1st match where his grappling was just too strong in the later rounds, but with a full camp this time, Aung was able to pick Bigdash apart with his boxing in the 4th. Bigdash looked really bad in this round, as he was just covering up, and again you felt if Aung had a little more stamina he could have finished this because he kept landing around the block, but he'd disengage after 1 or 2 shots, which was much too quickly considering Bigdash never threw a counter punch or ducked into a takedown attempt. The problem with this fight was both guys were spent in the championship rounds, which was somewhat understandable given how much punishment Bigdash took early & how hard Aung pressed in the initial stages to get him out. The 5th round was basically a worse version of the 4th, with Aung throwing an unanswered shot or two then stopping. Bigdash did offer more offensively, getting 2 takedowns & digging deep in the last minute to try to do enough to steal the fight (or at least keep Shimada from standing them up yet again). Aung won a unanimous decision. Good match.

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