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  • Ring of Combat 47: Chris Wade Chokes Out Pat Defranco for Lightweight Belt

    Friday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey Chris Wade of Long Island MMA finished Pat Defranco to bring home the Ring of Combat lightweight belt. The title fight for the vacant weight class was the main event of the evening. The Ring of Combat XLVII event was held in the Garden State at Tropicana Casino and Resort. The fights started at 8:30 EST. and were for purchase on GFL.TV.

    Pat Defranco (4-2) entered the fight with high expectations. The lightweight fights out of Serra-Longo on Long Island. Defranco entered into the bout with Wade on a two fight win streak. All six of his professional bouts have been with in the Ring of Combat organization.

  • Monsignor Farrell Defeats Chaminade For Second Straight NYS CHSAA Dual-Meet Title

    On Sunday, the New York State Catholic High School Athletic Association (NYS CHSAA) held their 2014 wrestling Dual-Meet Championships at Chaminade High School’s beautiful Activities and Athletic Center facility in Mineola, NY. The Dual-Meet championships involved nine teams from across the Empire State for an action packed five-round tournament.

    Wrestling began at 9 A.M. on four mats, as defending NYS CHSAA Dual-Meet Champions Monsignor Farrell High School started the day with a bye in the first round. The Lions muscled their way through the tournament to capture their second straight crown.

  • UFC 168: Weidman Remains Champion After Crippling Silva

    The Long Island native Chris Weidman entered Saturday night’s headliner at UFC 168 at the MGM Grand in hopes to solidify his status as middle weight champion. Anderson Silva showed up to Las Vegas looking to bring back the belt he owned for nearly seven years prior to their first match at UFC 162.

    After another unusual ending, Weidman remains the champion of the middle weight division, while Silva heads into surgery for a career threating injury.

  • Bellator 109 Full Results - Shlemenko Storms a Rhino, Ill Will Brooks wins lightweight, Olympian Rick Hawn wins welterweight tournaments

    Bellator middleweight champion Alexander "Storm" Shlemenko successfully defended his strap knocking out top contender Doug "Rhino" Marshall at Bellator 109, Nov. 22 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center and Casino in Bethlehem, Pa.

    Storm delivered a shot to the body of Marshall calling an end to the fight at 4:28 in the first round.

  • Bellator 109 Quick Results - Shlemenko Storms a Rhino, Ill Will Brooks wins lightweight, Olympian Rick Hawn wins welterweight tournaments

    Bellator middleweight champion Alexander "Storm" Shlemenko successfully defended his strap knocking out top contender Doug "Rhino" Marshall at Bellator 109, Nov. 22 at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center and Casino in Bethlehem, Pa. 

    Full fight results are below.  More details and photos to come tomorrow.

  • Albrights are alright, brothers victorious at XFE 25

    Brett Martinez made quick work of Dean Lavin in the headlining bout of XFE 25 (Xtreme Fight Events) at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pa., Aug. 17.

    Martinez, a Bellator and Cage Fury Fighting Championship veteran earned his sixth career win and righted his ship after a loss to Scott “the Animal” Heckman in February. Martinez submitted Lavin with a standing guillotine choke in the first round.

  • Aggressive Combat Championships 2 - Full Results

    Aggressive Combat Sports returned to New York last night, May 11, at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx with their second installment of Aggressive Combat Championships. Aggressive Combat Sports partnered with the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA) to sanction this all amateur mixed martial arts competition in the Empire state where professional MMA is still not yet legalized.

    The fight card was headlined by a featherweight title matchup between Desmond Nelson and Gerald “Lil Bomb” Javier. The contest was all Javier as he dominated Nelson ending the fight at 2:20 in the first round via a rear-naked-choke submission. ‘Lil Bomb’ was crowned the promotion’s first featherweight champion.

  • Aggressive Combats Championships 2 - Quick Results - 'Lil Bomb' Javier dominates, crowned champion

    Aggressive Combat Sports returned to New York last night, May 11, at St. Raymond’s High School in the Bronx with their second installment of Aggressive Combat Championships. Aggressive Combat Sports partnered with the United States Muay Thai Association (USMTA) to sanction this all amateur mixed martial arts competition in the Empire state where professional MMA is still not yet legalized.

    Quick Results Below.  Full fight article and photos to appear tomorrow.

  • Cage Fury Fighting Championships 23 Results and Gallery

    Cage Fury Fighting Championships took place Friday April 12 at Valley Forge Casino. The night will filled with huge knock outs. One of the finest came from Michael Rakay just 27 seconds into the first round. Charlie ‘the Spaniard’ Brenneman took home a victory with a rarely seen Peruvian-Necktie submission.

  • Fye Fries Horowitz, Roncoroni Rocks Alfaro at Sherman Cage Rage

    The second installment of Sherman Cage Rage was held at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg last night. The Feb. 23 fight card was jam packed with action at both the amateur and professional levels.

    In the evening’s main event, Joe Fye (2-0) improved his undefeated record to three wins with no losses as the attending physician asked referee Keith Peterson to stop a call to the action after Fye opened a massive gash under the left eye of opponent Kevin Horowitz.

    The fight started with Fye dropping Horowitz from inside the clinch with a devastating knee. Just when it appeared the fight would end in the opening second, Horowitz made it back to his feet and started to exchange leather with Fye. Once again Fye dropped Horowitz with another knee and then the two fighters started scrambling.

    Blood began to drip to the canvas from the face of Horowitz. Peterson, a veteran referee of the sport’s most dominant organization, the UFC, noticed a large swelling start to form under the eye of Horowitz and called for the fighters to break so the ringside doctor could take a look. Moments later the fights was called and Fye was declared the victor at 2:50 of round one.

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