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Sunday, Nov 05, 2000

And Da Winner Is…


And Da Winner Is…

UFC Game
Norm Hoy from Vancouver, B.C. – Canada
wins the UFC Game for Sega Dreamcast. Norm knew the correct answers to last week’s Guess Who game…

Gilbert Yvel, Dan Henderson, Ian Freeman, Joe Rogan, Mike Van Arsdale, Rodrigo Nogueira, Mark Coleman, & Ed O’neil [Married With Children star]

Try your luck this week…the next winner could be YOU!



Play the new weekly FCF game
and win awesome prizes…

Guess Who Game



Guess Who

Play the FCF Guess Who Game and you could win a UFC game CD-ROM for Sega Dreamcast*.

Entries must be in by 1:00 pm (Eastern Time) Friday November 10, 2000. A winner will be chosen at random from correct entries and announced the following Monday.



Click here to enter the contest

*Sega Dreamcast system not included



Play the new weekly FCF game
and win awesome prizes…

Guess Who Game

Guess Who

Play the FCF Guess Who Game and you could win a UFC game CD-ROM for Sega Dreamcast*.

Entries must be in by 1:00 pm (Eastern Time) Friday November 10, 2000. A winner will be chosen at random from correct entries and announced the following Monday.


Ironheart Crown 2000 Results
St. Andrews Arena   –   November 4th, 2000
By Chris Onzuka – Chris@Onzuka.com

The second event from promoter Eric Moon, the Ironheart Crown 2000 treated a sellout crowd at St. Andrews Arena to a night of incredible action. It was standing room only and Chicago fight fans got a treat. The level of fighters in the Midwest is rising to a new level and the results of the IHC proved it. Every fight ended by way of submission except for one match and it turned out to be the best fight of the in the event, winning the Ironheart Crown “Fight of the Night Award.” The matches were very evenly matched and action-packed. The IHC keeps raising the standards of events in the area and it is quickly becoming a title that every fighter in the Midwest should attempt to own. Moon promises that the IHC will get bigger and better every year. Every fighter that competed received an IHC medal and a fighter packet, which included shirts, fight shorts, hats and a copy of the best newspaper in the world, Full Contact Fighter [you guys had to see that one coming]. Here are the quick results of the event. For a full description of all the action, check out the next issue of Full Contact Fighter.

Middleweight Semi-Final Fights:

Adrian Serrano (Jiu-Jitsu and Freestyle Grappling Academy)
def.
Virgil Strzelecki (Hackney’s Reality Combat)
Submission via rear neck crank at 4:06

Erick Snyder (U.S. Shidokan Academy)
def.
Travis Jansen (Black Hills Jiu-Jitsu Academy)
Submission via rear naked choke at 4:53

Heavyweight Semi-Final Fights:
Roberto Ramirez working for a heel hook on Kestutis Arbocius

Kestutis Arbocius (Chicago Fitness Center & Hackney’s Reality Combat)
def.
Roberto Ramirez (Chicago Kickboxing & Submission Academy)
Submission via heel hook at 3:17

Jim Theobald (All American Academy)
def.
Scott Henze (Team HooknShoot)
Submission via triangle choke at 4:12

Non-Title Exhibition Bouts:

Jesse Gudenschwagger (Universal Submission Academy)
def.
Robert Hines (Hackney’s Reality Combat)
Submission via triangle choke at 5:35

Rolando Higuerros (All American Academy)
def.
Cedric Stewart (Scott Ward’s Submission Academy)
Submission via heel hook at 2:26

Erik Bakey (Champion Jiu-Jitsu)
def.
Chris Albandia (Degerberg Academy)
Split decision [(29-27), (30-29), (28-29)]

Henry Matamoros
Lightweight Title Fight:

Henry Matamoros (Team Pedro Sauer)
def.
Bill Novak (Academy of Self Defense)
Submission via rear-naked choke at 6:38min

Middleweight Finals:

Adrian Serrano (Jiu-Jitsu and Freestyle Grappling Academy)
def.
Erick Snyder (US Shidokan Academy)
Submission via forearm choke

Heavyweight Finals:

Jim Theobald (All American Academy)
def.
Kestutis Arbocius (Chicago Fitness Center & Hackney’s Reality Combat)
Submission via arm bar from the mount at 2:34

Openweight Title Fight:

Vaughan Palelei (Torrance Academy)
def.
Matt Pfeiffer (Academy of Self Defense)
Submission via guillotine choke at 0:38

During the event, there was a Pankration Demonstration by Bob Schirmer & Shonie Carter of the All-American Academy, and awards were given out to:
- Chris Albandia: Full-Contact Fighter "Heavy Hands Award"
- Rolando Higuerros: Ouano International "Best Submission Award"
- Erik Bakey vs. Chris Albandia: Ironheart Crown "Fight of the Night Award"
- Virgil Strzelecki: Dare to be Devious "Ladies Choice Award"

Also, for contributions to the growth and success of the Mixed Martial Arts community in the Midwest, plaques were presented to:
- Jeff Osbourne, HOOKnSHOOT promoter
- Rick Morrison, editor of the Intense Combat Newsletter

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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