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THURSDAY, July 26th 2012, AT 11:10 PM/ PST





THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...




Team Quest Encinitas Presents
"IKF Point Muay Thai / Kickboxing Tournament"
Encinitas, California, USA



  • WHEN: Saturday, July 28th, 2012
  • WHO: Team Quest Encinitas
  • WHERE: Team Quest Gym
    1465 Encinitas Blvd # A, Encinitas, California, USA ( Near San Diego, California, USA )
  • WHAT: IKF Point Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament
  • IKF/PKB Event Representative: Daniel Hodges
  • INFO: Daniel Hodges at dhodges0331@gmail.com or by calling (760) 805-7178












WEDNESDAY, July 25th 2012, AT 2:35 PM/ PST


2012 IKF WORLD CLASSIC
RESULTS

CLICK HERE









MONDAY, July 23rd 2012, AT 10:15 PM/ PST



MEMORIES OF THE 2012 IKF WORLD CLASSIC...




There will always be Kickboxing and Muay Thai Tournament to attend and fight for a belt...
However, as most know...
There is only ONE World Classic, and Only One
WORLD CLASSIC
Title Belt!

"You either have one... Or you Don't!"









BROOKS MASON
BRINGS CLARITY TO THE
FIGHT SPORTS

This Dynamic Motivational Speech was recording by Wally Faulkner on July 20th, 2012 using a Flip Video Camera
at the 2012 IKF World Classic Amateur Muay Thai / Kickboxing Championships
held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort
in Orlando, Florida.
IKF World Ambassador Brooks Mason speaks to the fighters...
To See It Click
HERE!


For more about Brooks Mason Click HERE!





BELOW POSTED AT 3:50 PM/ PST




WORLD CLASSIC
"MOTIVATIONAL"
VIDEO

While the IKF is working on getting the 2012 IKF World Classic Results posted,
we thought we would share a link to the motivational video
that was shown at the end of the Welcome/Rules Meeting this year.

To See It, Just Click
HERE!


-This DVD can also be purchased for only $5.00.-
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE






WORLD CLASSIC
FIGHT VIDEOS

As many found out at this years IKF World Classic, Shrader Media was in the house filming all the fights.
If you want to purchase any of the bouts, go to their website at
ShraderMediaOnline.com







SUNDAY, July 22nd, 2012, AT 11:00 PM/ PST



WORLD CLASSIC
PHOTOS

Here are a few Photos from the 2012 IKF World Classic.
More Added soon with the weekends FULL RESULTS!
Click
HERE!




TUESDAY, July 16th, 2012, AT 8:00 PM/ PST




CHECK IN & REGISTRATION PROCESS
FOR FRIDAY REGISTRATION DAY
AT THE IKF WORLD CLASSIC


STATION 1

  • FIRST STOP - PAPERWORK
    • AMATEUR CONFIRMATION FORM - CLICK HERE
      • Save time and download this form and fill it out, before you leave home, fill it out and have it done before you arrive.




STATION 2

  • EVENT ID PASSES
    • ADULT MEN
    • ADULT WOMEN
    • JUNIOR BOYS & GIRLS
    • TRAINERS

      • Once In ID Line, to attain your photo ID Pass you must:
        • PRESENT YOUR "COMPLETED" AMATEUR CONFIRMATION FORM.

        • PRESENT YOUR HOTEL REGISTRATION INFO (Room ID Card with Key and Receipt)
          • Fighters within 50 miles of Hotel do not have to show proof of hotel room, BUT DO HAVE TO PRESENT ID SHOWING HOME ADDRESS.

        • If you have a LATE FEE DUE or NEED A PHOTO by your registration listing on the registered fighters or trainers listing, you will need to go to the PHOTO BOOTH FIRST. We need your photo for your ID PASS.

  • NOTE: FIGHTERS - Once you attain your fighter pass, you must now attain "THREE" PASS Stickers that will be placed on your fighter pass.
    1. MET REQUIRED WEIGHT FOR YOUR DIVISION

    2. PRESENTED FULL FIGHTER PHYSICAL TO EVENT MEDICAL STAFF.

    3. PAST YOUR PRE-EVENT PHYSICAL AT REGISTRATIONS.



If you are missing ANY of these THREE PASS STICKERS you will NOT be able to Fight.



STATIONS 3 & 4 CAN BE VISITED OUT OF ORDER



STATION 3

  • WEIGH-INS
    • "BE PROFESSIONAL" and make your weight. We will begin weighing fighters in at 1:00 PM on Friday.
      • This will be on a first come first serve basis.
      • Make sure you have your physical done after you weigh-in.
      • Go to the medical area directly after you weigh-in.
      • You need to attend the rules meeting which will immediately follow weigh-ins at 6:15 PM SHARP.

        • ALL FIGHTERS REGARDLESS OF AGE OR WEIGHT
          IF YOU DO NOT MAKE WEIGHT FOR YOUR DIVISION YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FROM THE TOURNAMENT.
          TO VIEW ALL WEIGHT DIVISIONS CLICK HERE.
          • A fighter who is greater than two pounds over their division weight limit will be disqualified without further recourse.
          • The maximum amount of weight a fighter will be allowed to lose after their first Official Weigh-In is 2 pounds in 2 hours!
          • NO FIGHTER CAN "GAIN" WEIGHT TO MAKE WEIGHT after he/she first weighs-in.
          • If the fighter fails to make the weight limit of their division, said fighter is disqualified.



STATION 4

  • PHYSICALS
    • PLEASE PRESENT YOUR "COMPLETED" FULL FIGHTER PHYSICAL AT INITIAL CHECK IN
      • If you do not have this done, there is a $50 Fee Paid to the IKF to do this for you at Registrations.
      • EVERYONE will take an additional PRE-EVENT PHYSICAL.
        You can download this form by clicking HERE so that you can have the top portion filled out before you get to the medical station.

      • ADULT WOMEN
        • Be prepared to take a "Pregnancy Test" which is a requirement of the Florida State Athletic Commission.
        • The IKF will pay for the cost of the test kit.
        • FEMALE FIGHTERS under the age of 18 are not required to take a Pregnancy Test.
          • All Physicals will be approved by one of our event doctors, Dr. Allan Fields, Dr. Richard Hill, MD, Dr. Steve Lebhar or Dr. Tim Carlson



STATION 5

  • PHOTO BOOTH
    & ANY LATE FEES DUE
    • FIGHTERS: If after July 6th at 12 noon the WORDS "NEED PHOTO" are listed after your name in the registered Fighters Brackets, you failed to get your photo to us by the July 6th, 12 noon Deadline. This means you will be charged a $35 Photo Fee at Registrations, even if you bring your own photo.

    • TRAINERS: As noted on the Trainers Registration Page if you have not sent in your Trainers Registration Form you will be paying $50 Photo Fee at Registration whether you have a photo of yourself or not.

    • LATE FEES: FIGHTERS, If after July 6th, 12 noon the WORDS "LATE FEE $$" are listed after your name in the registered Fighters Brackets, you owe the noted LATE FEE and this must be paid BEFORE YOU ATTAIN YOUR FIGHTER ID PASS.



STATION 6

  • FIGHT MALL
    • Once you have completed all of the above and you have THREE PASS STICKERS on your ID Pass, Please collect your free Gifts at this years FIGHT MALL!
      The FIGHT MALL is where all the Vendor Booths will be this year which is by the *front doors of the venue.
      Some of our Vendor booth will be giving out FREE gifts to all the Registered Fighters. Some of these Gifts include:
      • BRAINPAD: BRAINPAD Mouthguard
      • TraditionZ: Gift certificates of $10.00 towards the purchase of any TraditionZ shirt at the event or thru the website later.
      • AND OTHERS...
      • LOOK FOR THE SPECIAL "WC FIGHTER GIFT" SIGN AT THE BOOTHS WITH FREE GIFTS!
        • (*) Some of these booths may move to a different location for Saturday and Sunday of the event.





MORE WORLD CLASSIC NEWS...




ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED ALL OF THE ABOVE
DON'T FORGET THE
WELCOME MEETING
WHICH BEGINS AT 6:15 PM AND GOES UNTIL 7:00 PM

This meeting is MANDATORY For ALL FIGHTERS!
SEE DOWN THE PAGE BELOW...




Here are all the booths you will find in the FIGHT MALL!
In alphabetical order to be fair... :)



  • BRAINPAD
    • Brainpad has been a part of the IKF World Classic Tournaments since 2000 when the company was called WIPPS.
      They will be giving a FREE Brainpad Mouthguard to every Fighter at Registrations.
    • WEBSITE: www.BrainPads.com


  • FIGHTERS INC.
    • FIGHTERS INC. Is a Gear and Equipment Company.
      Along with having fight gear at their booth, they will also be supplying one of the Fight Rings at this years IKF World Classic.
    • WEBSITE: www.Fighters-Inc.com


  • F.L DEAN SPORTS INSURANCE
    • F.L DEAN SPORTS INSURANCE is the ONLY Sports Insurance Company the IKF recommends. F.L DEAN provides insurance for fight Sport Promoters & Gyms
      Although they won't have a booth at this years IKF World Classic, they are VERY MUCH a part of this event as the IKF's selected Insurance provider for *Fighter and Venue Insurance!
    • WEBSITE: www.FDean.com
      • (*) Did you know that the IKF World Classic Tournament is the ONLY Muay Thai / Kickboxing Tournament that covers all the Tournament Fighters with Medical Insurance?

  • FOSTER GRAPHICS
    • Foster Graphics is a design company that helps companies with effective advertising for their business. In the fight world as well as the business world, first impressions mean everything. Your Company Logo has the power to define your business as professional, trustworthy and solid. Every piece of information that is passed to a potential client portrays an image of your company such as a PHOTO Business Card. Foster Graphics can help you create the look that puts you ahead of the competition.
    • Foster Graphics also created and produced the IKF World Classic Tournament Programs, Award Certificates as well as the IKF World Classic Tournament Logos you will see on all the event merchandise.
    • For more on Foster Graphics, see Toni at the IKF Booth this weekend!
    • WEBSITE: www.FosterGraphics.com


  • GLENN BERG PHOTOGRAPHY
    • Glenn is the Official Photographer of the IKF World Classic.
      He will be doing all the photos for all the fighter's throughout the Tournament.
      For photos of past IKF World Classic Events visit Glenn's Website!
    • WEBSITE: www.GlennBerg.com


  • IKF MUAY THAI KICKBOXING
    • From event Tournament T's to Hats & Beanies, the IKF Merchandise booth is sure to have all kinds of IKF Apparel.IKF Hats, T's, Sweatshirts, License Plate Frames, Special Kids & Women's apparel, and much, much MORE! The IKF of course is the host and sponsor of the World Classic Tournament and all needed Tournament information can be attained their as well. This will also be the event ticket booth and location to purchase event Video Passes. In addition, all IKF PKB participants will register at the IKF Booth as well.
    • WEBSITE: www.IKFKickboxing.com & www.IKFMuayThai.com


  • MUAY THAI ADDICT, INC.
    • Muay Thai Addict caters to all things Muay Thai (gloves, shin guards, hats, shirts, mouth pieces, etc.) with their primary focus on custom Muay Thai shorts.
      Muay Thai Addict is a company that is passionate about all things having to do with Muay Thai. With ongoing developments in apparel and gear, we are up for the challenge with a mission to bring you the highest quality products. Currently, we are offering custom-made traditional Muay Thai shorts, high quality organic blend t-shirts, warm up hoodies and sweat pants, Flexfit hats, gloves, shin guards and traditional Prajioud arm bands. They also offer sizing to cater to women and youth.
    • WEBSITE: www.MuayThaiAddict.com

  • RING TO CAGE
    • The Evolution of Fight Gear!
      Ring to Cage Fight Gear is a premium line of Boxing, Muay Thai, and MMA gear.
      These products feature the latest designs manufactured to exact specifications and have received excellent reviews from athletes and coaches across the country.
      Yes, they look good but wait until you try them. You will be amazed by these products!
    • WEBSITE: www.RingToCage.com

  • SHRADER MEDIA
    • As a former fighter and multi time contender in the IKF World Classic, John Shrader of SHRADER MEDIA
      knew what fighters from past World Classic's needed... Professional video footage of their bouts.
      SHRADER MEDIA will be offering video services to the fighters during this event and will have various DVD's for sale at their booth.


  • TRADITIONZ & THE DRAGON BOOTH
    • TRADITIONZ T-Shirts are a new line of T's that are sweeping the Martial Arts World!
      IKF is a proud endorser of this product and not only do they have some great looking designs, they are without a doubt, one of the most comfortable T's you will ever wear!

    • Don "THE DRAGON" Wilson will be here too and in fact the new "Muay Thai" shirt will make its debut here. Check out the quality of their shirts and do not forget to have the Dragon sign yours!
      • As a Professional Kickboxer, Don "THE DRAGON" Wilson won 11 World Titles with several Sanctioning bodies that included the IKF, WKA, KICK, ISKA, STAR and the PKO.
        Never backing down from a challenge, Don has fought champions all around the world, in Hong Kong, Japan, Italy, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Thailand, Las Vegas and countless other locations.
        His fight record is 71 wins, 5 loses and 2 draws with 47 wins coming by the Knockout. He has been regarded as one of the greatest kickboxer of all time.
        Up and coming Amateur Kickboxers will get a chance to rub shoulders with him all weekend long because he will be "In The House" at the 2012 IKF World Classic Amateur Championship Tournament!
        Don and some of his associates will have the "DRAGON" Booth set up for photos, autographs and to present
      • For more info about "The Dragon" click HERE!
      • For more info about TRADITIONZ go to www.TraditionZ.us



  • WINTENSITY
    • If you have not heard about Wintensity by now, you better start doing your homework.
      And if you don't finish your homework, make sure you attend the FREE Short course, mini seminar that will be held at this years IKF World Classic after the Welcome Meeting
      This course has been sponsored by the IKF and International Fight Sports and is free to everyone who pre-registers, so there is no reason you should miss it.
    • The seminar training provided by Wintensity is designed to help martial artists gain a greater understanding of necessary mental preparation for any physical conflict, including competitive fighting.
    • Wintensity was created by former IKF World Classic Tournament Champion Eric Parker. Eric began training in the martial arts at age six, and is now 40 years old. With 34 years of continuous martial arts training, he still trains and teaches Muay Thai every day and trains in JiuJitsu several days every week. He retired this year from competitive Muay Thai kickboxing with an official record of 12-0 (7 wins by KO). Eric was the first fighter to win "4" straight IKF World Classic Tournament bouts by TKO/KO on his way to winning the 2009 IKF World Classic Muay Thai Lightweight Amateur Title. He won his Championship bout at 48 seconds of round 1 with a Spinning Hook Kick after he defeated all 3 of his previous opponents by TKO in what was the largest fighter bracket of the tournament. Now retired, he is also a former ISKA United States Light-Welterweight Amateur Champion, and ISKA Florida State Light-Welterweight Amateur Champion.
    • After serving in the Marine Corps, Eric entered the field of Law Enforcement where he first worked as a communications officer for three years, and then served for ten years as a street patrol officer, a K9 officer, and a special operations police officer. During his time in Law Enforcement, Eric was a SWAT Team Member for eight years, and a SWAT Team Section Leader/SWAT Instructor for six years. Eric was also assigned for five years as a patrol K9 Handler. In May of 1999, Eric was wounded during a shoot-out while serving as a SWAT Team member and executing a high-risk narcotics search warrant. These events, along with specific education in the anatomy and physiology of the human brain and the impact of critical stress upon physical performance, have laid the foundation for his passion for training in this environment. Eric has a B.S. in Psychology with a continuing education focus on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and cognitive processes.
    • WEBSITE: www.WinTensity.net





MORE WORLD CLASSIC NEWS...




YOUR NEXT ITEM WILL BE TO ATTEND THE
"MANDATORY RULES AND WELCOME MEETING"
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
SEBASTIAN BALLROOM: I-1 & I-2
WELCOME INTRODUCTIONS
Q & A FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS REGARDING TOURNAMENT RULES, REGULATIONS, SCHEDULE, ETC.
SPECIAL AWARDS
MANDATORY For ALL FIGHTERS AND TRAINERS






MORE WORLD CLASSIC NEWS...


The Wintensity Seminar
The Psychology of Combat & Effective Mental Preparation

How many of you will be attending the
2012 IKF World Classic Kickboxing Championships?

Do you know about the condensed, ONE-HOUR, super intense, down-n-dirty, jammed, compacted, FREE Wintensity Seminar to be held immediately following the Welcome & Rules Meeting on Friday evening?
Once again, the IKF has requested that Wintensity provide an intense "Mini-Seminar" for all fighters and coaches...
See the IKF Championship Schedule by clicking HERE!

It helps to know how many to expect, so... Please Pre-Register for the FREE Seminar by clicking HERE!

And just so you know....
Wintensity founder and seminar leader Eric Parker has no problem with anyone EATING or DRINKING during the seminar!
Which is why we have the room set up "Classroom Style" with chairs and tables for everyone.
Please do what makes you comfortable. The weigh-ins were during the afternoon and, remember, Parker himself has certainly been there...





MORE WORLD CLASSIC NEWS...



NOW...
GET SOME REST
AND WE WILL SEE YOU AT THIS YEARS
14th ANNUAL
IKF WORLD CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
TO...


"BRING IT ON"






MONDAY, JULY 16th, 2012, AT 10:10 PM/ PST


Results From PAK Fight Promotions'
PAK 5 "Stand Up And Fight!"
Saturday, July 14th, 2012 - Fresno, California, USA




  1. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (153-159)
    Luis Soto, (Fresno, CA, USA, 1-0, 154, 5'10", 1/27/94, Enn Janthakhun (559)-930-4518)
    Defeated Chris Guerra (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-1, 155, 5'10", 7/8/95 , Sean Moore, (559)-213-7258) By Unanimous Decision 30-27, 29-28, 29-28
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  2. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (147-153)
    Lino Enriquez (Sacramento, CA, USA, 1-0, 155, 5'8", 3/19/90,Yong Saiyarath (916)-568-5881)
    defeated Oscar Mendoza, (Los Angeles, CA, USA, 0-1,149, 5'8", 9/28/80, Mike Baig (323)-687-9032) By Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  3. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (153-159)
    Richard Nadura (Fresno, CA, USA, 1-0, 155, 6'0", 5/30/89. Keo Sychanthavong(559-355-2622)
    Defeated Teddy Sayachack, (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-1, 160, 5'7", 5/16/86, John Cho (559-225-9796) by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  4. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (179-186)
    Jose Gonzales, (Visalia, CA, USA, 1-1, 185, 6'1", 10/4/87, Scott Harper (559)-280-0794)
    defeated Diego Rivera, (Fresno, CA, USA,1-2, 184, 5'11", 5/31/85 Larry Heredia (559)439-9320) by Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  5. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (142-147)
    Holt Felkins, (Bakersfield, CA, USA, 1-0, 142, 5'9", 5/13/94 Eric Nolan (661)-833-3367)
    Defeated Cameron Ramirez, (Visalia,CA, USA, 1-1,147, 5'11", 12/22/92, Doug Marshall (559)-308-6605) by Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-28
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  6. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (153-159)
    Dakota Hilcox, (Exeter, CA, USA, 1-0, 154, 6'1", 12/29/93, Scott Harper (559)-280-0794)
    Defeated Richard Holland, (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-2,154, 5'9", 8/11/80, Michelle Correa (559)-916-2925) By TKO at 1:17 of round 2.
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales
    Richard Holland was issued a 45 day suspension from the ring-side Doctor.

  7. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (160-165)
    Antonio Hernadez, (Sacramento, CA, USA, 2-0, 163, 6'1", 2/4/80 Jeff Baca (916)-281-7006)
    Defeated Avi Johnson, (Reno, NV, USA, 0-1, 166, 5'9",10/10/90, Casey Backenbush (775)-560-0059) by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 29-28
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  8. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (127-132)
    Hunter Felkins, ( Bakersfield, CA, USA, 1-0, 128, 5'9", 5/13/94, Eric Nolan (661)-833-3367)
    Defeated Aki Ikeda, (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-2, 128, 5'7", 10/26/87, John Cho (559)-225-9796) by Unanimous Decision, 29-28, 29-28, 29-28
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  9. IKF AMATEUR INTERNATIONAL RULES: (172-179)
    Zach Bunnell, (Reno, NV, USA, 1-0, 177, 6'0", Casey Backenbush (775)-560-0059)
    Defeated Tim Eastom, (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-1, 168, 5'9", 8/12/77, Jason Von Flue (805)-431-7376) by Unanimous Decision, 30-26, 29-27, 29-28.
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz
    Zach Bunnell was awarded fighter of the night and his trainer was given a $250 bonus.

  10. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (142-147)
    Al Cabrera (Sacramento, CA, USA, 1-2,145, 5'8", 8/14/88, Yong Saiyarath (916)-568-5881)
    defeated Mathew Munguia (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-1, 142, 5'7", 10/28/92, Keo Sychanthavong (559)-355-2622) by unanimous decision, 30-27, 29-28, 29-28.
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  11. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (195-215)
    Anthony Newbury (Bakersfield, CA, USA, 2-0, 197, 6'5", 9/25/89, Eric Nolan (661)-833-3367)
    defeated Memo Vasquez (Reno, NV, USA, 0-1,203, 6'2",6/25/80, Casey Backenbush (775)-560-0059) By Split decision 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  12. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (172-179)
    Abraham Tellez (Bakersfield, CA, USA, 3-1, 179, 6'0", 10/3/91, Raul Rodriquez (661-378-4354)
    Defeated Nick Bustamonte (Fresno, CA, USA, 0-1, 179, 5'9", 9/27/84, Noro Aristakesyan (559)-940-0861) by Split Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 28-29.
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  13. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (186-195)
    Frank Tapia (Fresno, CA, USA, 3-2-1, 196, 5'10", James Contreras (559)-346-7371)
    Defeated Tanner Marlowe (Bakersfield, CA, USA. 2-1, 6'2", 189, 7/19/92, Eric Nolan (661)-833-3367) by split decision, 30-27, 29-28, 27-30.
    REFEREE: Ray Belowitz

  14. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (117-122)
    Dayday Davis (Fresno, CA, USA, 1-0, 120, 5'5", 11/4/92 Enn Janthakhun (415-722-1353)
    Defeated Theresa Velasquez (Los Angeles, CA, USA, 0-1, 122, 5'0", 10/2/72, Mike Baig (323)687-9032) by unanimous decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales

  15. IKF AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI: (142-147)
    Marquis Ross (Fresno, CA, USA, 3-1, 146, 5'9", 1/31/90 Keo Sychanthavong (559)-355-2622)
    defeated Marciel Cypian (Bakersfield, CA, USA, 2-1, 146, 5'9", 7/30/90 Eric Nolan (661)-833-3367) by Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.
    REFEREE: Marcos Rosales





MORE IKF RESULTS...




Results from Anthony Rosales'
"ROSALES SMOKER"
July 14th, 2012 - Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA



  • WHO: Anthony Rosales
  • WHERE: Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA
  • WHAT: IKF Amateur Muay Thai / Kickboxing
  • Referee: GrandMaster Mike Blea
  • Judges: Anthony Romero, Mike Montoya & Brandi Montoya
  • Promoter/Contact: Mr. Tony Rosales at (505) 688-0699 or by e-mail at rosaleskarate@aol.com


HAWK
Takes Home
IKF New Mexico Gold!


  1. Jolie Tally (Judgement Kickboxing) defeated Katie Ramirez (Rosales Kickboxing) by split decision.

  2. Damy Amezcua (Fight Club) defeated Makayla Gallegos (Rosales Kickboxing) by unanimous decision.

  3. Angel Rivas (Fight Club) defeated Patrick Heinemeyer (Rosales Kickboxing) by 2nd round TKO.

  4. Tasha Tenbrink (Rosales Kickboxing) defeated Mercedes Gonzales (Albuquerque Kenpo) by unanimous decision.

  5. Bryanna Otero (Rosales Kickboxing) defeated Amanda Lovato (Judgment Kickboxing) by unanimous decision.

  6. Dorian Dixon (Rosales Kickboxing) defeated Adam Mendez (Fight Club) by TKO in the 1st round.

  7. IKF JUNIOR AMATEUR IR NEW MEXICO STATE ATOMWEIGHT TITLE
    Jacob "California Kid" Hawks, (Peralta, New Mexico, USA, 7-4, 110, 5'8", 11-3-96, Tony Rosales, (505) 688-0699)
    defeated Slade Ring, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 6-2, 110, 5'5", 6-9-96, Robert Ring, (505) 261-9396) by unanimous decision






FRIDAY, JULY 13th, 2011, AT 1:00 PM/ PST



OFFICE CLOSED
Dear Fight Fans,
Due to our 2012 IKF World Classic Amateur Kickboxing & Muay Thai Championships in Orlando Florida The International Fight Sports offices will be closed from Friday, July 13th until Tuesday evening, July 17th. Tuesday evening July 17th, we will have our offices set up in Orlando Florida for the Tournament. Any e-mails will also be returned after Tuesday, July 17th.

Around 4:PM today, IKF President Steve Fossum and IKF Photographer Glenn Berg will be leaving IKF Headquarters in Newcastle, California for the 3,000 mile journey to Orlando. The two will drive to Omaha Nebraska where they will stop for a break and meet with IKF World Ambassador Brooks Mason. Brooks will travel with them to Orlando. They hope to arrive in Orlando sometime Late Monday, July 16th.

For more info on the 2012 IKF World Classic Amateur Kickboxing & Muay Thai Championships, click HERE.
Thank you and we hope to see you in Orlando!

So WHY do they DRIVE to this event every year?
Well, in 2000, the second year of the event, the shipping company (UPS) who was also their shipping sponsor, lost all the tournament title belts. It was at that time when Fossum made the promise, "No fighter will ever again go home without his or her belt, and I will personally make sure all the Title belts get to the event." He's kept his promise. Starting in 2001, he has driven to every IKF Tournament ever held.

SEE YOU IN ORLANDO!




POSTED AT 8:40 AM/ PST





THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...




Results From PAK Fight Promotions'
PAK 5 "Stand Up And Fight!"
- Fresno, California, USA









POSTED AT 8:40 AM/ PST





THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...




Anthony Rosales Presents
"ROSALES SMOKER"
Los Lunas, New Mexico, USA








THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...



CBBL and Paul Matsumoto Presents
"IKF Point Muay Thai / Kickboxing"
Rio Linda, California, USA










WEDNESDAY, JULY 11th, 2011, AT 9:40 PM/ PST


Results From Adrenalin Fight Night
"In The Cage"
July 7th, 2012 – Swansea Wales



  • WHO: Adrenalin Fight Night
  • WHERE: Oceana Nightclub, Swansea Wales
  • WHAT: ISCF Amateur & Pro MMA & IKF Full Contact, K1, International Rules
  • ISCF/IKF Event Representative: Carl Sams
  • ISCF/IKF Event Referees: John Cooper
  • ISCF/IKF Judges: Dean Alexander, Lee Beeston, Sarah Beeston
  • Ringside Physician (MD): South West Paramedic Services inc & Doctor
  • ISCF/IKF Timekeeper: Lisa Cooper
  • Promoter: James Wallis 00447837630084


IKF Amateur K1 Rules European Lightweight Title.
Howard Hogg (Cardiff Wales, 21-1-1, 59.7kg, 5'7", 05-30-84, Denzil Lawrence 00447825076415)
VS Jeremy DeCuyper (Roulaix France, 20-6-2, 59.1kg, 5'7", 01-27-86, Jaques Aspeel 0612532230)
WINNER: Howard Hogg by KO at 1.59 of Round 4.
Jeremy DeCuyper receives 45 day medical suspension until 22nd August

Full contact star Howard Hogg showed that he has a future is in K1 and International rules with a dominant performance against the highly rated French champion Jeremy DeCuyper. The Frenchman came looking for an early finish with strong low kicks and punch combinations. However Hogg was quickly into his stride, delivering blistering punch combinations that had DeCuyper off balance and taking punishment throughout. At times Hogg looked to have a little trouble with his range but this was quickly rectified as he stepped up a gear with each round that passed.

There was very little knee work as both men were content to stand and trade punches and low kicks. This was one of these trade off's that signalled the beginning of the end towards the latter part of the 4th round. DeCuyper was well behind and looking for the KO when he walked into 4 solid shots that sent him down for a count. He was up at 6 but quickly returned after another barrage. Up again more slowly this time he desperately tried to see the round out but Hogg caught him with a final combination right on the bell and it was all over.

The Welshman is a true force to be reckoned with under this rule set and this was a well deserved win!


  1. IKF Amateur FCR
    Daniel Thomas (Pembroke Wales, 2-0, 79.5kg, 6'2", 12-01-91, Karl Keanne 00447748633928)
    VS Sammi Kearns (Swansea Wales, 0-1, 78.6kg, 5'11", 02-19-90, Andrew Derrick 00447929938159)
    WINNER: Daniel Thomas by unanimous decision 30-28, 29-28, 29-28.

  2. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Ray Weeks (Llanelli Wales, 0-1, 78.6kg, 6'1", 01-09-76, Independent 00447854623157)
    VS Jason Bradley (Neath Wales, 1-0, 79.1kg, 5'11", 02-26-84, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Jason Bradley by TKO at 1:28 of round 1.
    Ray Weeks receives 30 day medical suspension until 7th August.

  3. IKF Amateur FCR
    Dan Tyas (Sheffield England, 3-0, 71.4kg, 5'10", 05-17-84, Mick Crossland 00447714133995)
    VS Martin Jones (Pembroke Wales, 0-3, 71.9kg, 5'8", 01-12-82, Karl Keanne 00447748633928)
    WINNER: Dan Tyas by KO at :57 seconds of round 2.
    Martin Jones receives 45 day medical suspension until 22nd August.

  4. IKF Amateur IR
    Josh Ellis (Swansea Wales, 2-0, 68.0kg, 5'9",01-20-92, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    VS Matt Foster (Rotherham England, 1-1, 67.7kg, 5'8", 12-15-90, Mick Crossland 00447714133995)
    WINNER: Josh Ellis by split decision 28-29, 30-27, 30-27.

  5. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Gavin Charnock (Bridgend Wales, 2-0, 70.7kg, 5'9", 08-19-87, Vince Mcgrann 00447711591425)
    VS David Townsend ( Swansea Wales, 0-1, 73.0kg, 07-05-83, Josh Williams 00447772129113)
    WINNER: Gavin Charnock by Rear Naked Choke Submission at 1:48 of round 1.

  6. IKF Amateur IR
    Rowland Lee (Swansea Wales, 3-1, 81.5kg, 6'0", 04-29-88, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    VS Leigh Davies (Llandysal Wales, 0-1, 80.2kg, 5'7", 04-13-82, Chris Sparks 00447071883842)
    WINNER: Rowland Lee by split decision 28-29, 30-27, 30-27.

  7. IKF "JUNIOR" Amateur FCR
    Jeff Tawse (Cardiff Wales, 1-1, 33.0kg, 4'7", 09-24-98, James Russell 00447378692113)
    VS Kristian Hayes (Swansea Wales, 2-2, 32.5kg, 4'7", 09-03-97, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Kristian Hayes by split decision 28-30, 30-27, 30-28.

  8. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Owain Ap Gwyn (Swansea Wales, 1-0, 103.5kg, 6'0", 05-10-84, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    VS Darren Gleed (Swansea Wales, 0-3, 94.5kg, 5'9", 03-04-81, Independent 00447967481128)
    WINNER: Owain Ap Gwyn by Kimura Submission at 0:33 of round 1.

  9. ISCF Pro MMA
    Gareth Penny (Bridgend Wales, 2-0, 73.2kg, 5'10", 02-10-83, Vince Mcgrann 00447711591425)
    VS Shane Riley (Cardiff Wales, 1-2, 74.5kg, 5'11", 02-27-88, Matthew Lawes 00447990552854)
    WINNER: Gareth Penny by TKO (Ground & Pound) at 4:14 of round 1.
    Shane Riley receives 30 day medical suspension until 7th August.

  10. ISCF Pro MMA
    Mike Edwards (Neath Wales, 10-3, 84.5kg, 6'1", 09-08-84, James Wallis 00447837630084)
    VS Eric Cebarec (Etanville France, 8-6, 84.2kg, 6'1", 04-28-74, Cyrille Dibiate 0044687719427)
    WINNER: Eric Cebarec by Ground & Pound 2:01 Round 1.
    Mike Edwards receives 30 day medical suspension until 7th August, 2012.




SUNDAY, JULY 8th, 2012, AT 5:40 PM/ PST


Results From Johnny Davis' AK Promotions'
"IKF Muay Thai / KICKBOXING"
June 29th, 2012 - Sacramento, California, USA





Usually we get results out pretty fast but the work load of the final deadline week of the upcoming IKF World Classic Title on July 20, 21 & 22 in Orlando Florida left us very little time to do anything non World Classic related. This being said, we apologize for the late results...


June 29th, 2012 marked Johnny Davis' (Right) - AK Promotions' "37th" Amateur Kickboxing event... "37". However, it's the last 17-18 events he will be most remembered for! As with the previous 17 events, this one was no less filled with lights, cameras and plenty of exciting Muay Thai Kickboxing ACTION! A good size crowd saw 11 exciting bouts at the Doubletree Hotel Ballroom in Sacramento. Three of which were IKF title bouts. One of course was the one many had been wanting to see since the end of the 2011 IKF West Coast Classic (WCC). A Rematch of the WCC Championship bout between WCC Champion and current IKF World Champion Ed Abasolo and challenger Aleksander Naumoski as the Main event of the night for Abasolo's first defense of his IKF Light Middleweight World Title. Abasolo won the title on January 15th, 2012 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Damien Earl of Phoenix, Arizona, USA, (12-2/5) by TKO at 1:04 of round 5.

This is one of those times when two challengers meet who are from the same state, but BOTH, TRULY deserving of the World title shot. Unlike other promotions or so called "Sanctioned" title fights, this bout was justified by the ONLY Amateur Muay Thai Kickboxing rankings in the world, the IKF World Amateur Rankings. Abasolo and Naumoski are ranked in the IKF Amateur Men's Muay Thai Rules World Rankings. There were two fighters ranked ahead of Naumoski, 2011 IKF World Classic Champion Nathan Key (Actually, 4 Time WC Champion) of Augusta, Georgia, USA (29-2/15) and IKF Intercontinental Champion Peter Arbeau of Calgary, Alberta, Canada (29-9-1/5). Davis and the IKF went through the official process of determining Abasolo's challenger. Key was contacted first, but he was already scheduled to challenge for yet "Another" IKF World Classic Title on July 20, 21 & 22 in Orlando Florida so he couldn't take the bout and opted in hopes of fighting the eventual winner later down the line. Arbeau, like several of trainer Mike Miles' champion Fighters was booked for several top bouts through the summer so he couldn't take the fight at this time either.

Surprisingly the unavailability of the number 1 and 2 contenders brought Aleksander Naumoski into the picture and his hopes of a rematch of his loss to Abasolo at the 2011 IKF West Coast Classic (WCC). were now in sight! To a lot of California Fight Fans, this was a dream match many thought they would never see. "MANY" choose not to attend the WCC so only those die hard fight fans saw their match-up there which was one of the most exciting bouts of the tournament... Now to the action...

As we have already said, this was the first defense for current IKF World Champion Ed Abasolo of Benicia, California, USA (*9-0/3, 158.6, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard) IKF Amateur World "FULL" Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight World Title against Aleksander Naumoski of San Jose, California, USA (*9-5/1, 159, 5'9", 4-2-80, Derek Yuen) for a scheduled 5 rounds.

This would be Naumaski's second shot at an IKF World title. His first was against Jon Pryor of Sacramento, California, USA on April 30th, 2011 in Lincoln, California, USA. In that bout Pryor defeated Naumaski by unanimous decision, 48-47 on all 3 judges cards to win the vacant IKF Amateur Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight World title. (Photo)
(*) Records BEFORE this bout.

In Round 1 both fighters showed respect for each other as they established what their overall strategy would be for the next 4 rounds. Although uneventful this seemed like a round that the judges would give to Champion Abasolo... Or at least we thought they would do so...

Round 2 had them both pick up the pace. However, what we didn't see was a relaxed and free flowing Abasolo that we had seen in every bout of his prior to this one. It was as though he felt he had everything to lose and nothing to gain. Siding on the side of caution rather than his usual aggressive and explosive attack style we say last year when these two met at the WCC. In fact, it wouldn't be off at all to say that their fight at the WCC started and even ended more explosive than tonights bout. Sorry, but we just had to say it... This was a bout where Naumoski was HUNGRY for revenge and Abasolo on the other hand was in more of a passive protective defense. we said it in the article leading up to this bout and we will say it again... "Sometimes It's easier to go after a title than to defend it..." A feeling a lot of Champions tend to have after winning a "WORLD" title. Having reached the top of the mountain while eager, hungry and even a little wild throwing caution to the wind, in their first defense, we too often see one of two reactions... One, a feeling of "I've done it, no need to do it again?" which we are sure was NOT Abasolo's feeling. or two, a feeling of "Now that I'm the Champion, I have to be careful, not to make a mistake here and lose the title." This is where we thought Abasolo was. He had seemed to lose his "Wild hunger". The same style of fighting that helped him pack the house with Abasolo fight fans on this night and many before. Heck, like most Champion fighters, Abasolo most likely wasn't even aware he was fighting like this until after he saw the fight himself...

As round two came to an end, Naumoski caught Abasolo with a "SHOT" of a right hand that landed EXACTLY at the bell. The shot CLEARLY rocked Abasolo, something we had never seen before. Legs wobbly, he made it back to his corner, but it was clear to everyone that if there was ever a definition of being "Saved by the Bell", this was indeed one of them.

Round 3 started with Naumoski acting like a hungry wolf that smelled blood. He knew he had Abasolo hurt and he went after him. He landed yet more and more solid right hands and Abasolo continued to look anything but the relaxed and smooth fireball we all knew him as. All three judges gave round 3 to Naumoski.

*Round 4 Both were clearly winded from nearly being beat to the canvas by each other up to this point. This round would surly be a survival of the fittest. It was also the most questioned round. Many we talked to at ringside and fight fans had it very close as round 4 started. Naumoski looked more tired than Abasolo in this round but he also seemed to be the more aggressive or at least seemed to be. Simply put, round 4 was close, but because Abasolo fought so much on the ropes, it most likely swayed the judges towards Naumoski.

*Round 5 was where neither wanted to be. The 5th and final round of what now turned out to be a war between two Gladiators who were NOT going to give in! In round 5 though we saw a change in Abasolo. It was as though he was revived by his trainer in the corner and informed, he needed to step it up if he was going to win this fight. Although Naumoski was still firing, he now looked a little winded as it was Abasolo's turn to fire back some bug shots. This round was probably the most exciting round as each one had impressive moments of glory! Towards the later part of the round, Abasolo was landing uppercut after uppercut followed with some combinations. However it was the long uppercuts that were doing the damage on Naumoski. As round 4 was coming to an end many thought Naumoski could go down as Abasolo continued to land shot after shot. Like Abasolo found in round 2, the bell here truly saved Naumoski in this round.

(*) 7-9-12: We apologize that we had these two rounds (4 & 5) mixed up. The round action is correct now.

As the final bell rang, both warriors gave their respects while the crowd stood to their feet and praised them both for a GREAT FIGHT! One that was looking like it was going to be less exciting than their match in November, turned out to be a little more in different ways.

As the scores were read, all 3 judges had it 49-47 for Naumoski (which meant they must have had at least 1, 10-10 round in there). Aleksander Naumaski of San Jose, California was crowned the New IKF World Champion on this night in a war among two Gladiators that are also two CLASS ACTS! The IKF has been proud to have BOTH as IKF WORLD CHAMPIONS!

Naumoski's win makes their meetings tied 1-1. Of course everyone now was wondering when the Rubber match"" will be? Well, a third meeting might not be as simple as one may think, which we will talk about in the article following all the nights results below...


Here are the results of all the remaining bouts below as detailed by our friends at QuestionableStoppage.com fight sport website.


  1. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 127.1 - 132
    Adam Smith, (Chico, California, USA, 1-2, AMMA: 1-1, 131.4, 5'7", 5-13-84, Eddie Cole, (530) 354-0361)
    defeated Sebastian Dizon, (Union City, California, USA, 0-2, 129.8, 5'3", 4-14-93, Evan Esegura, (415) 740-7841) by unanimous decision, 29-28 on all 3 judges cards.
    QS Report: First fight of the night had Adam Smith taking on Sebastian Dezon at the 132 pound limit. Smith spent the entire fight moving forward, he pressed the action and controlled the pace of the fight. Dezon preferred to stay evasive, pick his shots, both punches and high kicks. Dezon made Smith a lot, but Smith's relentless attack and dogged pursuit was rewarded on the scorecards, with Smith claiming the win with scores of 29-28 on all three cards.

  2. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 142.1 - 147
    Carlos Galvan, (Concord, California, USA, 3-0/0, 146.2, 5'10", 6-22-90, Angel Fortes & Caley Scott, (925) 586-4744)
    defeated Raymond Cabanas, (Fresno, California, USA, 0-2, 147.4, 5'8", 12-12-93, James Contreras, (559) 346-7371) by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all 3 judges cards.
    QS Report: Next up we had a fight at 147 pounds as Carlos Galvan took on Raymond Cabanos. Galvan run his record up to 3-0 as he consistently picked Cabanos apart with high kicks and punch combos. Cabanos had little in reply and seemed to spend most of the fight back on his heals. Galvan takes the decision, 30-27 on all cards.

  3. IKF "JUNIOR" AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 70 - 75
    Jordan Spears, (Sacramento, California, USA, 1-0, 71.8, 4'6", 10-7-02, Paul Matsumoto, (415) 516-8588)
    defeated Sammy Sosa, (Antioch, California, USA, 0-3, 75.6, 4'5", 12-25-01, Jose Garcia, (415) 727-9921) by split decision, Judge Marty Salman scored it 29-28 Spears. Judge Susan Thomas-Gitlin scored it 29-28 Spears and Judge Mike Tate scored it 29-28 Sosa,
    QS Report: The Juniors got into the action next and Jordan Spears, 4'6" of fighting fury was able to edge out Sammy Sosa in a split decision, 29-28, 28-29 and 29-28.

  4. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 132.1 - 137
    Benjie Bernardino, (Hayward, California, USA, 3-2/1, 135.2, 5'7", 7-30-86, Evan Esegura, (415) 740-7841)
    defeated Dai Nguyen, (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 1-3/0, 135, 5'7", 5-25-84, Airr Phanthip, (702) 372-8088) by TKO at 1:32 of round 2.
    QS Report: Dai Nguyen of Las Vegas, NV took on Benjie Bernardino of Hayward. Bernardino proved to be the faster fighter, beating Nguyen to the punch and forcing the stoppage. Bernardino wins by TKO 1:32 of the second round.

  5. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 159.1 - 165
    Harley Maldonaldo, (Fresno, California, USA, 4-1, 161.2, 6'2", 7-9-93, James Contreas, (559) 346-7371)
    defeated Timothy Kamal, (San Jose, California, USA, 2-3, 163.8, 5'8", 6-3-88, Eddie Cole, (530) 354-0361) by unanimous decision, 29-28, 29-28 & 30-26.
    QS Report: Timothy Kamal took on Harley Maldonaldo at the 165 lbs class. Maldonaldo won this one throwing a variety of snappy kicks and landing hooks to the head of Kamal. Kamal would charge in, bull-who-sees-red style, but would never do more than hug and clench one he got there. Maldonaldo wins by scores of 29-28, 29-28 and 30-26.


    IKF "JUNIOR" AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI RULES
    CALIFORNIA JUNIOR CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE: 90.1 - 95





    VS



  6. IKF "JUNIOR" AMATEUR MODIFIED MUAY THAI RULES
    CALIFORNIA JUNIOR CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE: 90-95

    *Juan Barajas, (Sacramento, California, USA, 2-0, (S: 24-4) 92.6, 5', 6-17-99, Jeff Baca, (916) 320-6322)
    defeated Jason Raceles (Sacramento, California, USA, 3-1 (S: 15-4) 94.6, 5'3", 4-9-99, Paul Matsumoto, (415) 516-8588) by unanimous decision, 29-28 on all 3 judges cards.
    QS Report: The Junior Cruiser-weight Title (that's 95 pounds) was up for grabs as Jason Raceles took on Juan Barajas in the kind of wild brawl one would expect from a pair of 13 year olds. After three round of under-sized action, Juan Barajas takes all three cards, 29-28, and a shiny new belt, one of many I'm sure he'll get before he's done.
    (*) 2011 West Coast Classic Champion

  7. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 137.1 - 142
    Murphy Gant, (Yuba City, California, USA, 1-0, 140, 5'8", 8-30-85, Andy Khensamphaph, 916) 769-7434)
    defeated Carl Henderson, (San Ramon, California, USA, 1-1, 138.2, 5'7", 7-29-79, Kirian Fitzgibbons, (415) 308-0231) by unanimous decision, 29-26, 29-26 & 30-26
    QS Report: Murphy Grant and Carl Henderson matched up at 142 pounds. Henderson landed single punches to great effect all though the fight. He caught Grant moving forward repeatedly, knocking him down in the second round and battering him into a standing eight count in the third. Henderson wins on all cards, with scores of 29-26, 30-26 and 30-26.


    IKF AMATEUR FULL MUAY THAI RULES
    CALIFORNIA FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE: 122.1 - 127





    VS



  8. IKF AMATEUR FULL MUAY THAI RULES
    CALIFORNIA FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE: 122.1 - 127

    Anthony Aurellio, (Vallejo, California, USA, 4-2/0, 127, 5'6", 6-2-87, Trey Howard, (707) 373-4125)
    defeated Aber Bouttavong, (West Sacramento, California, USA, 3-1/1, 125, 5'6", 10-26-92, Andy Khensamphaph, 916) 769-7434) by majority decision, 48-46, 48-46 & 47-47.
    QS Report: The second title up for grabs Friday night was the IKF California Featherweight Belt, with Anthony Aurellio battling Aber Bouttavong for the honor. A contrast of style between to sound fighters Aurellio was light on his feet, staying mobile and looking to evade attacks, while Bouttavong was less mobile, almost still, blocking or simply shrugging off attacks before exploding into combos of his own. Bouttavong was able to put together the more convincing offense and claimed the majority decision and the belt, with scores of 48-46, 48-46, and 47-47.

  9. IKF "JUNIOR" AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 132-137
    Pete Herschelman, (Pleasant Hill, California, USA, 2-0/0, 134, 5'10", 11-11-97, Angel Fortes, (925) 586-4744)
    defeated Cruz Montenegro, (Fresno, California, USA, 0-1, 134.4, 5'6", 8-20-85, Jaimes Contreras, (559) 346-7371) by unanimous decision 30-27, 29-28 & 29-28.
    QS Report: The last of junior-age bouts had Pete Hershelman, 15 taking on Cruz Montenegro, 16. A fast-paced, free-wheeling fight, with Montenegrro landing the 1-2 punch combo to go effect, while Hershelman scored with kicks at every level, high, low and body, and picked up bonus points for walking in to the theme from Mario Brothers. Hershelman takes it, 30-27 on one card and 29-28 on two more.

  10. IKF AMATEUR KICKBOXING: 137.1 - 142
    Raheem Davis, (Vallejo, California, USA, 3-0, 5'7", 139.8, 5-13-95, AJ Camarce, (707) 331-9048)
    defeated Andrew Capurro, (Oakland, California, USA, 2-3-1, 142.8, 5'8", 3-8-86, Mike Regnier, (510) 708, 5269) by split decision, 29-28, 29-28 & 28-29.
    QS Report: Both Raheem Davis and Andrew Capurro landed power shots in their fight, with Davis just edging out the split decision, 29-28, 28-29, and 29-28.

    IKF AMATEUR FULL MUAY THAI RULES
    LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD TITLE **DEFENSE: 153.1 - 159





  11. IKF IKF AMATEUR FULL MUAY THAI RULES
    LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD TITLE **DEFENSE: 153.1 - 159

    Aleksander Naumoski, (San Jose, California, USA, 10-5/1, 159, 5'9", 4-2-80, Derek Yuen, (408) 605-0596)
    defeated **Ed Abasolo, (Benicia, California, USA 9-1/3, 158.6, 5'10", 10-25-86, Trey Howard, (707) 373-4125 ) by unanimous decision, 49-47 on all 3 judges cards.
    QS Report: The Main event of the night saw Ed Abasolo defending his IKF World Light Middleweight Title against Aleksander Naumoski in a five round battle. This main event lived up to the hype as the two fighters battled in an absolute war. Abasolo dispense with his usual flash and show-boating, which would be simply too dangerous against a fight as tough as Naumoski. Abasolo chose to stand and trade with Naumoski and the two fighters traded leg kicks and punch combos. It was clear in the first three rounds that Naumoski was matching the champ, blow for blow and even giving better than he got. Naumoski's finest round was the fourth, he pinned Abasolo in the corner and battered about the head. But Naumoski seemed to tire in the fifth round and Abasolo stormed back, giving Naumoski a pretty good beating of his own. But Abasolo could get the finish and was behind too far from earlier round to catch up. The judges score it 49-47 for Naumoski on all three cards. Naumoski is your winner and new World Champion.
    IKF head Steve Fossum spoke of an Abasolo-Naumoski rematch, which QS heartily endorses. If that fight happens, you will hear about it here on Questionable Stoppage first. Thanks for reading fight fans.


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"You Don't Know What You Have Until It's Gone..."
The Missed Opportunity Of This Great Sport!


As we noted above, There was a time when Johnny Davis (Right) first started promoting Kickboxing here in Northern California that featured shows like most Amateur Promotions... School Gymnasiums, Rec. Centers even Kickboxing Gyms. As each promotion past, no one really took notice because they were basically the same as other Amateur events. However, a few years ago, Davis changed paths and did what few, if any amateur promoters do in todays amateur fight sports... He KICKED It UP!

Now if your an Amateur Promoter reading this "DON'T" get all bent out of shape here... All we are doing is stating something we all have seen and know... Amateur Promotions for the most part are presented, well, Amateur...

Davis on the other hand reached deep into his pockets and stopped doing the gymnasium, small club venue shows and started booking beautiful ballrooms for his events. Instead of a fully lit room that appeared like a karate tournament, he paid for ring lighting to center stage the ring. This ONE thing alone brings ANY Promotion up 10 Fold! He added spotlights, colored lights, better DJ, video crew, and the list goes on and on... And for the most part, people responded, with Enthusiasm! "No one from our team has ever fought on an event like this." said one trainer at Davis' last event. "We last fought in a tiny bar where you could hardly make it to the ring. This is like the stage of a Pro fight!"

However, this wasn't all Davis did. He was also an excellent matchmaker! Look at the number of "Decisions" on his last 10 events. Decisions often show close, well matched bouts, where as quick stoppages show the other.

Davis also stepped up his exposure too. Of course he added the basic radio spots, even some TV spots. However, he even dug deeper into his pockets to sanction a minimum of 3 Title bouts on nearly every event. He not only created new Champions, but he Promoted them as well! He made fighters and Champions on his events MORE than just fighters and made the Champions, well, REAL CHAMPIONS!

Fighters that were only known around their own gym became names we heard other Kickboxing and Muay Thai people speaking about around the world due to their exposure here on the IKF web site. After proving themselves, Davis would start top contenders on his cards at the state or regional title level and build them up from there. Heck, he even had a 2 event Tournament style fight-off to decide the eventual IKF Super Heavyweight Muay Thai World Champion. Many of these top contenders went on to become IKF World Champions, a goal Davis wanted to offer each and every one of the fighters on his events that proved themselves in the ring of battle. Although some match-ups have been between two California fighters, the reasons that lead to this were only because they were top ranked contenders. For others, they didn't win their titles from a fighter across the street that was inexpensive to book like some promotions feature. In a lot of these match-ups the fighters are fighting for a "Made-Up' title by the event promoter, (Who usually has created their own so called sanctioning body to save $ rather than offer a legit and true sanctioned title that everyone can find in a non associated ranking system other than the PROMOTERS web site...) that has ALWAYS lead to the proving of... Nothing! In most cases, when the promotion dies out after a few events, so do their titles...

Davis has brought in top contenders from all over the Western USA as well as the East Coast, and for one World Title bout, he went to HOLLAND to bring in the "BEST" to fight a local top contender for an IKF World Title.

Davis didn't just promote his events...
"HE PROMOTED FIGHTERS AND THE SPORT!"


THIS is something you don't see many, if any Amateur Promoters doing, if at all... Many of you reading this article today know many of these Champions and contenders that were created on a Johnny Davis AK Promotions event. All of you have seen them go from a fighter in the rankings to Champion over the years through Davis' AK Promotions.. So WHY are we talking about how Great Davis' promotions have become? Well, as the saying goes,



"You don't know what you have until it's gone..."





On July 6th Davis announced he was taking a break from the fight promotions business. "I wanted to take a moment to say thanks to everyone who has supported AK Promotions'..Live IKF Muay Thai Kickboxing events and, or who was a fighter, trainer, spectator or vendor etc. with my company in the State of CA." said Davis. Davis gave several reasons for this decision of a break. Some of course surrounded the rising cost of promoting Amateur events in the State of California. With state commission insurance requirements of $50,000 (The highest in the nation for an AMATEUR event) the cost of insurance alone was a major dip into potential profits of any promoters events, and the reality is, if your in business, you have to make a profit to survive.

"I HATE to hear a fighter, trainer or anyone say, 'Oh that promoter is making a ton of money off me!'" Says IKF President Steve Fossum. "The reality is, I would hope EVERY promoter makes a ZILLION in profits. Otherwise, if they are not making money, they are not successful, and why would anyone want to be an unsuccessful promoter? That just leads to a road of failure and without promoters, NONE of us would be needed, trainers, fighters, officials and of course Sanctioning Bodies! Promoters provide an opportunity and a stage for us all, and without them, we don't have a sport. Imagine an NFL Team with no team owners... Get the point? Without Promoters like Johnny Davis, where will our sport go?"

In the past few years AKP has promoted some of the best Amateur Muay Thai Kickboxing events in the nation. They stepped up the level of exposure of the sport through forms of media from the IKF website with their many press releases about their events to Facebook as well as YouTube videos both before and after their events.

Although taking a break from promoting, Davis will still be involved at some level in the sport of Kickboxing with his gym in Rocklin California and of course as his role of President of the IKF's "Point Kickboxing" (www.IKFPKB.com) division. IKF Point Muay Thai Kickboxing is a creation of Davis' and although it has been copied illegally (The name "POINT" Kickboxing) by others here in the State as well as around the globe, Davis himself founded the actual name of "POINT" Kickboxing.

Davis as well as the IKF agree that the sport deserves better opportunities for its athletes and getting it to that next level, without proper sponsorship or a group such as Station Casino's AND Zuffa, LLC owned by Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta (The backers behind UFC MMA) just isn't possible. Few know that UFC was in the red over $50 million dollars before UFC signed the well known SPIKE TV deal that skyrocketed MMA to it's modern day popularity and financial success.

"If you took AK Promotions for example, and the work of the IKF, this is a sport set and ready for major sponsorship and TV." Says Fossum. "We hear daily how people are more and more excited about the stand-up fighting such as Muay Thai Kickboxing as compared to the grappling game."

What this sport is missing is more "REAL" Promoters who take the same pride in their work as AK Promotions has over the years. The sport is here and organized with all the IKF has done with their website. Current Event info, news and the only internet Muay Thai Kickboxing Rankings in the world for Amateur and Professional Muay Thai Kickboxing. The IKF has also built up the IKF website to be the most actively visited Muay Thai Kickboxing website in the world (See Traffic Reports by Alexa.com) When someone makes the news or rankings or their event gets posted as an IKF event, it's being viewed by millions of Muay Thai Kickboxing fighters, trainers, officials and fight fans around the world, not just IKF associated people.

AK Promotions was doing it right, like no other Amateur Muay Thai Kickboxing Promoter has EVER done! The biggest reason for their popularity and success was they were CONSISTENT! They didn't do 2-3 shows a year for the fun of it. They treated it as a professional business promoting the fighters as well as the SPORT! Over the years they gave fighters not only in California, but from around the world an opportunity to showcase their skills on a stage worthy of such talents.

"AK Promotions has taken great pride in presenting opportunity to so many fighters to become champions and many of them have done just that." Said Davis. "If one day, the right opportunity presents its self in a way that the sport can move forward and fighters can be better taken care of etc., AKP may consider future promotions in the CA. To all of you, I wish you much success...and thanks again for your past support...see you in the next round. Forward March. Sincerely Always Giving My Personal Best." Johnny Davis...

We will miss you and your events Johnny, and we can only hope others will as much as we do. The question now is,



WHO will pick up the torch and carry it now For Amateur Muay Thai Kickboxers on The West Coast?


Will there be other promoters stepping up their game and doing shows like AK Promotions did? Only time will tell, and we can only say, for the fighters, we can only hope so...

Johnny along with the rest of us will next see a lot of you in Orlando, where he will host the IKF World Classic POINT" Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament on Saturday night July 21st in Orlando Florida at the 2012 IKF World Classic...

See you in Orlando!
























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Results From Black Dragon Kickboxing & Sally Longs'
"MAYHEM IN THE MENLO"
June 30th, 2012 - Galway, Ireland





The "Mayhem In The Menlo" Kickboxing tournament in the Menlo Park Hotel this past Saturday evening was a huge success for the host club Galway Black Dragon. The event featured no less than four different rule styles and it attracted fighters from all corners of the country. Also, a little piece of martial arts history was made by Oughterard fighter Bryan "Mayhem" Merrigan as he became the first man ever to capture an IKF Sanctioned All Ireland K-1 title when he defeated teak tough Tomas Trajkovski from the Top Pro gym in Kilkenny.

The fight, which was kindly sponsored by the Boat Inn Pub in Oughterard, went the distance and was a gruelling encounter that left both men battered & bruised. In the end it was Merrigan that caught the judges eyes and he was declared a unanimous winner after the five round battle. Bryan now has the distinction of holding two versions of the IKF Super Middleweight Title concurrently as he also won the International Rules version earlier this year by first round stoppage.

Tommy Delaney from Moluntmellick was due to fight Steven Mc Afee from Dublin in an Eliminator bout to see who would go forward to take on No. 1 seed Dylan Moran on August 25th in Ashbourne, Co. Meath for the vacant IKF AM FCR All Ireland Light Welterweight Title. However Mc Afee failed to make weight so Delaney automatically goes through. Apart from the main event, there was another ten exciting undercard bouts under various rules which kept everyone entertained. The show once again attracted a full house of enthusiastic fight fans and finger food was served throughout the night and the show was completed by 10.30PM.

HERE ARE THE NIGHTS RESULTS...

  1. IKF AMATEUR FULL CONTACT RULES
    Keith Hamilton, (Athlone, Ireland, 6-1, 63kg, 5'10'', 11-19-94, Aaron Mc Grath 085 1328205)
    defeated Dylan Casey, (Galway, Ireland, 2-5-1, 62kg, 6', 01-30-95, Pete Foley 087 8119227) by TKO in round two.
    Dylan Casey has been given a 45 day medical suspension until 14th August, 2012.

  2. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    Feidhlim Dunne, (Galway, Ireland, 7-1-2, 70.5kg, 5'10'', 08-24-93, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Adam Pieczarka, (Dublin, Ireland, 2-2, 70.7kg, 168cm, 04-18-82, Glen Heenan 086 3993095) by TKO in round one.
    Adam Pieczarka has been given a 30 day medical suspension until 30th July, 2012.


  3. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    Jason Mannion, (Galway, Ireland, 7-2, 57.8kg, 5'5'', 10-09-88, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Andrew Grogan, (Athlone, Ireland, 2-2, 58.6kg, 5'10'', 02-20-96, Aaron Mc Grath 085 1328205) by decision, 28-28, 28-28, 29-28.

  4. IAB AMATEUR BOXING
    Valerie Hamilton, (Galway, Ireland, 6-2-1, 59kg, 5'4'', 06-26-85, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    and Christina Mc Mahon, (Monaghan, Ireland, Experienced Kickboxer, 10-0 Boxing, 61.4kg, 5'3'', 06-18-74, Martin "Frick" Mc Mahon 087 2550505) fought to a draw in an exibition match under conventional boxing rules.

  5. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    Shane Creaven, Galway, (Ireland, 8-3, 81.4kg, 6'1'', 02-07-83, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Keith Shelly, (Dublin, Ireland, 5-6, 82.2kg, 5'10'', 10-05-75, Jonathan Lewins 086 8482752) by decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-27.

  6. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    James Ward, (Galway, Ireland, 8-0, 53kg, 5'6'', 12-20-95, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Alan Moore, (0-1, 51.8kg, 5'7'', 11-25-95, Eileen O Driscoll 085 8877426) by Knockout in the 2nd round.
    Alan Moore has been given a 45 day medical suspension until 14th August, 2012.

  7. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    Martin Murray, (Galway, Ireland, 4-2-3, 75kg, 179cm, 08-24-94, Pete Foley 087 9119227)
    and Martin Hickey, (0-1-1, 73.5kg, 5'10, 07-11-85, Aaron Mc Grath 085 1328205) fought toa majority draw, 28-29, 28-28, 28-27.
    Hickeys original opponent failed to make weight so Murray, who hadn't trained for 6 months due to exams, stepped in on 3 hours notice to make sure Hickey got a match.

  8. IKF AMATEUR FULL CONTACT RULES
    Charlie Ward, (Galway, Ireland, 14-4-1 kickboxing, 2-0 Boxing, 68.7kg, 5'8'', 07-17-94, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Carle Dimycia, (Limerick, Ireland, 3-2, 69kg, 6'1'', Eddie Moloney 087 1435410) by TKO in round two.
    Carl Dimycia has been given a 30 day medical suspension until 30th July, 2012.

  9. IAB AMATEUR BOXING
    Steven Murphy, (Galway, Ireland, 1-1 kickboxing, 4-0-1 boxing, 99kg, 6'3'', 04-11-88, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Martin Ward, (0-2, 93.5kg, 6'1'', 10-07-86, Aaron Mc Grath 085 1328205) by decision, 28-28, 29-27, 29-28.

  10. IKF AMATEUR FULL CONTACT RULES
    Gary Manogue, (Galway, Ireland, 19-0 kickboxing, 1-0 boxing, 72.7kg, 6'1'', 05-28-81, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Damian Darker, (Dublin, Ireland, 10-3, 72kg, 6'1'', 06-19-92, Glen Heenan 086 3993095) by TKO in round four.
    Damian Darker has been given a 30 day medical suspension until 30th July, 2012.

  11. IKF AMATEUR K1 RULES
    All Ireland Super Welterweight Title

    Bryan Merrigan, (Galway, Ireland, 10-7-1, 69.5kg, 5'9'', 05-02-83, Pete Foley 087 8119227)
    defeated Tomas Trajkovski, (Kilkenny, Ireland, 6-1, AB: 2-2-1, 68kg, 178cm, Paul Murphy, 087 2113516) by unanimous decision, 49-45, 49-45, 49-47.


The next big IKF show in Galway is scheduled for 22nd September in the fantastic Black Box Theatre when Irelands top 70 kg full contact kickboxer Gary "Slick" Manogue will take on a top ranked German fighter for the vacant IKF AM FCR European Super Welterweight Title. There will be no less than five All Ireland Title fights on the mouth watering undercard including a Muay Thai Title and several back up bouts. So watch this space.

Just two months later on November 24th, Irelands most well known K-1 fighter Aidan Brooks will headline at the Black Box Theatre when he fights for the IKF Professional World Light Heavyweight International Rules Title! (leg kicks) Over "10 rounds of pain!" The undercard will be an International Team event with the cream of Irish fighters taking a select team from overseas.













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Results From Deadgame Fight School's
"Rumble In The Ancient City"
June 30th, 2012 - St. Augustine, Florida, USA


  • WHO: Deadgame Fight School
  • WHERE: St. Augustine, Ketterlinus Gymnasium, 60 Orange Street, St. Augustine, Florida, USA
  • WHAT: ISCF Amateur MMA
  • ISCF Event Representative: Connie Barden
  • ISCF Event Referees: Eric Skates & TBA
  • ISCF Judges: Derek Dunham, **Jack Hodges & **Richard Floyd
  • ISCF Timekeeper: Amanda Reed
  • Ringside Physician: Dr. Zubb MD
  • AMBULANCE: ASI Ambulance
  • Promoter: Mr. Josh Rutgers at (904) 982-0099 or by e-mail at joshrutgers@deadgamefightschool.com
  • ON THE WEB: www.RumbleInTheAncientCity.com


  1. IKF Junior International Rules
    Joshua Rutgers Jr, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 3-0, 98, 5'2", 12-13-99, Josh Rutgers 904-982-0099)
    VS Jeremy Jones, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 0-1, 96, 5'2", 2-20-99, Shane Stapp)
    Winner: Josh Rutgers Unanimous Decision- 30-27, 29-28, 30-27.

  2. IKF Junior International Rules
    Suleyman Iznurov, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 1-1-1d, 125, 5'8", 12-6-95, Josh Rutgers 904-982-0099)
    VS Aramis Roman, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 1-3, 121, 5'4", 7-12-96, Ruben Torres 904-624-9182)
    Winner: Suleyman Iznurov Unanimous Decision: Judges scores 30-27, 30-27, 30-27

  3. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Chris Tillem, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 1-1, 168, 5'10", 1-9-98, JD Fight Systems 716-860-4414)
    VS **Terrell Walker, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 1-1, 165, 5'7", 4-29-91, Jesse Lawrence 904-477-4552)
    Winner: Chris Tillem: Unanimous Decision Judges scores 30-27, 30-27, 30-27

  4. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Christian Erkelens, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 3-1, 134, 6', 8-23-91, John Mahlow 904-449-3560)
    VS Justin Kerlin, (Edgewater Florida, USA, 4-2, 5'8", 8-22-89, Mike Vazquez 386-689-0498)
    Winner Christian Erkelens: Split Decision 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.

  5. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Matt Ng, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 3-0, 159, 5'9", 4-7-88, Todd Raven 904-814-6032)
    VS **Doug Rizzo, (Yulee Florida, USA, 0-1, 155, 5'10", 10-29-85, Josh Rutgers 904-982-0099)
    Winner: Matt Ng Split Decision- 29-28, 29-28, 28-29

  6. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Perry Hayes, (Gainesville, Florida, USA, 2-0, 257, 6', 12-14-80, Jason 352-235-7247)
    VS Colter Masters, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 2-1, 262, 6', 9-6-86, Todd Raven 904-325-2133)
    Winner: Perry Hayes KO at 18 seconds of round 1.
    Colter Masters received a 45 day suspension until August 14th

  7. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Brandon Ravan, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 1-0, 154, 6', 4-1-85, Todd Raven 904-814-6032)
    VS **Jonathan Spann, (Chiefland Florida, USA, 1-1, 157, 6'1", 2-18-88, Ronnie Fraiser 904-333-3183)
    Winner: Brandon Ravan: At 1:10 of round 1 Arm Bar

  8. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Joseph Green, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 1-0, 184, 6'3", 8-29-83, Todd Raven 904-814-6032)
    VS Ramon Butts, (Jacksonville Florida USA, 1-2, 186, 5'11", 5-23-80, JD Fight Systems, 904-683- 7540)
    Winner: Joseph Green at 2:59 of round 2 Tap Out- Choke

  9. IKF Junior International Rules
    Nick Stiles, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 2-1, 125, 5'5", 11-15-96, Darrel Jones 904-343-8552)
    VS Michael Wooleyman, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 3-2, 121, 5'6", 5-16-95, Self 904-503-6225)
    Winner: Nick Stiles: Corner Stoppage at the end of round 1 due to injured elbow.
    Michael Wooleyman received 30 day suspension until July 30th 2012

  10. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Christopher Nickerson, (Lake City Florida USA, 1-1, 195, 6'4", 9-26-78, Ronnie Frazier 904-333-3183)
    VS Leonard Myers, (Lake Butler Florida, USA, 1-3, 195, 6', 4-6-88, Todd Raven 904-814-6032)
    Winner Christopher Nickerson at 1:50 of round

  11. IKF International Rules
    Carlos Cerrud, (Deltona Florida, USA, 6-3, 148, 5'9", 6-18-82, Karl McNair 386-479-4314)
    VS Richard Evers, (Jacksonville Florida, USA 3-1, 148, 5'9", 1-25-91, Josh Rutgers 904-982-0099)
    Winner: Carlos Serrub: Split Decision judges scores: 30-27, 29-28, 28-29.

  12. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Allen Andrade, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 1-0, 164, 6', 11-28-82, Todd Raven 904-814-6082)
    VS **Ryan Hinok, (Chiefland Florida, USA, 1-1, 170, 5'9", 5-25-86, Ronnie Frazier 904-333-3183)
    Winner: Allen Andrade KO at 38 seconds of round 1
    Ryan Hinok received a 45 day suspension until August 14th

  13. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **David Nobrega, (Palm Coast Florida, USA, 3-1, 124, 5'5", 6-4-82, Reese Hall 386-503-0315)
    VS Luke Pustay, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 3-2, 122, 5'2", 4-26-93, Matt Vonn 904-982-0063)
    Winner David Nobrega Arm Bar at 1:18 of round 2

  14. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **David Craft, (Tampa Florida, USA, 1-0, 236, 6'2", 11-28-85, Razor Sports 813-360-3606)
    VS **Stan Brown, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 0-1, 255, 6'2", 1-25-94, Todd Raven 904-814-0632)
    Winner: David Craft: Split Decision 29-28, 29-28, 28-29

  15. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Ryan Green, (Middleburg Florida, USA 1-0, 268, 5'11", 11-5-82, Self 904-222-1928)
    VS Billy Oliver, (San Mateo Florida, USA, 3-1, 256, 5'11", 7-4-93, Stephanie Matos 356-937-3959)
    Winner: Ryan Green TKO 1:29 of round 3
    Billy Oliver received a 30 day suspension until August 14, 2012

  16. ISCF Amateur MMA
    **Trad Raven, (St Augustine Florida USA, 1-0, 144, 5'8", 4-26-76, Brandon Raven 904-347-3631)
    VS Devin Russell, (Palatka Florida, USA, 0-4, 144, 5'4", 9-6-92, 386-937-3959)
    Winner: Trad Raven: Split Decision 30-27, 29-28, 28-29

  17. ISCF Amateur MMA
    Phillip Rowe, (Palm Coast Florida, USA, 2-1, 171, 6'2", 7-18-90, Reese Hall 386-503-0315)
    VS Votypka Clark, (Albany Georgia, USA, 2-3, 171, 5'8", 11-21-90, CC Corey 904-724-7116)
    Winner: Phillip Rowe 2:25 of round 1 Arm Bar

  18. IKF Amateur International Rules
    Jarvel Brown, (St Augustine Florida, USA, 1-0, 172, 6'1", 5-10-92, James Kasim 404-392-3146)
    VS Thompson Duett, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 0-1, 175, 5'9", 8-19-91 Matt Vonn 904-982-0063)
    Winner: Jarvel Brown Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 29-28

  19. IKF Amateur Muay Thai Rules
    Jay Presley, (Daytona Florida, USA, 7-2 ,135, 5'8", 11-10-89, Mike Vazquez 386-689-0498)
    VS Rock Myrthil, (Jacksonville Florida, USA, 6-3, 136, 5'10", 3-19-92, Matt Vonn 904-982-0063)
    Winner: Jay Presley TKO at 1:15 of round 3.
    Rock Myrthil received a 30 day suspension until July 30, 2012.





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