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  • Warehouse Rumble Results: Gonzales def. Herrera, Montoya def. Brown

    A sold-out crowd of over 400 filled the seats of the YDI Wool Warehouse for Chavez Promotions’ Warehouse Rumble, which took place Friday, February 24, 2012. The main event featured Albuquerque’s Yoel “Fulanito” Gonzales (2-0), a late substitution for Matthew Baca, against Roswell’s John “Smiley” Herrera (1-2-1). Gonzales, originally from Cuba, met the Roswell native in a four-round battle that ended in a unanimous decision for Gonzales. Herrera blocked a large percentage of the shots taken by Gonzales, seeming to wait for ideal opportunities to strike back, but Gonzales just kept the pace with a constant barrage of combinations and winning every round by sheer numbers. The judges decided fo...
  • College Wrestling Spotlight: Oklahoma State Survives A Near Upset Against Bitter Rival Oklahoma in In Bedlam

    Still unblemished are the Oklahoma State Cowboys this season during dual meets. The Cowboys of OSU had an exciting dual last night that went down to the wire. As the last match ended fans were still breathless in hopes that their Sooners snagged a win over the number one ranked team in the land. Thursday night the Oklahoma State Cowboys traveled to in-state rival Oklahoma for their final dual of the regular season. The Cowboys previously advanced to the final four of Mat Mayhem and might have had looked pasted the Sooners, with their eyes set on the dual national title. After handling the Sooners earlier in the year with a dual victory 25-13, the Cowboys acted as if they had the dual wrappe...
  • Showdown At Sugar Creek 9: Sanders Retains Title, Van Horn Pulls Submission Of The Night

    On Saturday night in Hinton, Oklahoma,fight fans piled in for what was the ninth installment of Showdown at Sugar Creek. The capacity crowd showed up looking to catch their favorite fighters go to work as there were a total of five titles on the line. In the main event of the evening American Top Team Oklahoma City fighter Jerrod Sanders set out to defend his title against a 6-1 Andrew Carrillo. Both fighters showed initial caution not being too quick to engage the other and expose any weaknesses. Carillo tried to catch Sanders with a front kick but Sanders’ movement was too quick. Sanders moved in and secured a single leg takedown getting Carillo to the mat. Sanders would take the back w...
  • Freestyle Cage Fighting Fight Night: Welch Outlasts Laskey, Vaughn KO's Tobey

    On Saturday, January 28 Tulsa-based promotion Freestyle Cage Fighting (FCF) put on its first fights since the beginning of October. A number of matters have kept this typically busy promotion from putting on its regular course of fights. Getting things rolling again, FCF put on an all amateur fight card at Xtreme Performance Center in Tulsa. The fight card featured eight bouts with a variety of fighters from across Oklahoma. The main event of the evening was a featherweight bout between Bodytech MMA fighter/ Coach Blake Welch and Tevin Laskey. Welch made is long overdue return to the cage after a pestering hand injury. The fight wound up going the distance with Welch pulling off the unanim...
  • UFC on FOX 2:Evans, Sonnen, and Weidman Win Via Decisions

    The UFC’s partnership with Fox Television remains a giant step forward in taking mixed martial arts to another level of acceptability, however, if tonight’s UFC on Fox 2 card had any inkling of acquiring of new fans, the organization fell flat. In what was a pay-per-view worthy fight card, the UFC aired their preliminary bouts on FX and then the main card headlined by a trilogy of headlining fights aired on FOX. The main card kicked off with Demian Maia against Chris Weidman. Weidman took the fight on just 11-days-notice after Maia’s original opponent Michael Bisping was bumped up to the co-headlining fight due to an injury sustained by Mark Munoz.
  • King Of The Cage Total Destruction: Means Quickly Stops Brown, O'Grady Outlasts Albrecht

    As fight fans piled into the Winstar World Casino on Saturday night for King of the Cage: Total Construction, little did they know that the night would bring a whirlwind of action.With a stacked fight card and two title fights capping off the night, fans buckled up and were taken on a ride. The night would include questionable scoring, big submissions, and devastating finishes.
  • Angelo Sanchez and Donald Sanchez Victorious at KOTC Night Stalker: Rematch for the Bantamweight Belt Now Set

    Angelo Sanchez and Donald Sanchez will now face each other for the King of the Cage Bantamweight World title, after each won their main event bouts at KOTC Night Stalker, Saturday, January 14, at Buffalo Thunder Casino, which is also where the title fight is scheduled to be held, on May 12, 2012. The four-man tournament for belt contention consisted of Richard “Juggernaut” Schiller (8-5-1), Angelo “San I Warrior” Sanchez (12-3 of SF BJJ), Chris “The Urban Legend” Culley (12-9 of Millennia MMA), and Donald Sanchez (24-12 of FITNHB and former title holder.) Angelo Sanchez took on the 39-year-old Schiller, in the final fight of the night, striking first with an overhand right, followed by a ...
  • Youth Overcomes Experience As Strickland And Cottrell Pick Up Wins At King Of The Cage Steel Curtain

    King Of The Cage "Steel Curtain" brought nine professional bouts and what should have been a 185-pound title matchup to Norman, Oklahoma Saturday night. The card featured 13 Oklahomans looking to grab a win in front of a sold out crowd at Riverwind Casino’s Showplace Theater. Headlining the card was to be a title fight between current belt holder Brandon Hunt and the undefeated Sean Strickland. Unfortunately Strickland came in overweight and regardless of how the bout played out Hunt would retain his title.
  • KOTC Steel Curtain - Quick Results

    Despite missing weight and missing out on the King Of The Cage middleweight championship, Sean Strickland stopped defending champion Brandon Hunt via TKO in the first round of KOTC "Steel Curtain". Check out all of the results right here at US Combat Sports.
  • Evolution 2: Brothers Collide as Paco Castillo Earns Split Decision Over Angel Castillo

    Evolution Combat Sports Championship took sibling rivalry to a new level on Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Curry County Event Center as brothers Paco and Angel Castillo were pitted against one another in the main event of Evolution 2. But the bad blood that had built leading to the fight was erased following a spectacular split decision that showcased every aspect of mixed martial arts. As the night’s main event began both fighters took the center of the cage and hurled rapid fire haymakers and roundhouse kicks until a takedown had them both off their feet flying through the air.

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