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Sunday, Sep 26, 2004

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From the event’s promoter:


Veterans, newcomers share spotlight in Extreme Challenge 59

MEDINA, Minn. — The latest edition of the Extreme Challenge will probably be best remembered for some outstanding individual performances… by both MMA veterans and up-and-comers.

For example:

[] UFC vet Travis Wiuff had to get off his back and out of trouble to stop a rugged Josh Hendricks and win his 16th consecutive bout.
[] Keith Wisniewski’s dominating submission win over Kyle Jensen proved again that this young fighter is destined to be among the sports best at 170 pounds.
[] Dave Menne gave fans a look at why he was the best in the world at 185 a few years ago with a 53-second win that left Eddie Sanchez unconscious.
[] Joey Clark had the largest fan following and didn’t disappoint with a sub victory over Wayne Bogard in the first round.
[] Roger Huerta came from obscurity to finish second in the Super Brawl/Extreme Challenge 8-man tourney this year and showed he isn’t slowing down with a TKO win over a tough Matt Brady.
And, the list goes on and on…
Steve Friedrichs hinted at retirement after a quick, impressive win over Kyle Olson… Sean Wilson turned a tossup into a clinic in a win over Brandon Carlson… and Mike Whitehead showed he had punching ability and power in a win over Demian Decorah.
If you were looking for long fights… that wasn’t on the table at this Extreme Challenge event… as all but one of the 10 bouts ended in the first round. However, the strong individual efforts against quality opposition kept the fans happy throughout the show.
"On paper, most of these fights had potential to go the distance," said promoter Monte Cox. "But that’s what makes this sport so amazing… one mistake against a quality opponent and anybody can lose quickly."
The next Extreme Challenge is set to return to the Medina Entertainment Center on Nov. 12.

OFFICIAL RESULTS:

Main Card
Mike Whitehead def. Demian Decorah, 3:25 Rd. 1, ref stoppage due to strikes.
Steve Friedrichs def. Kyle Olson, :53 Rd. 1, tap from strikes.
Sean Wilson def. Brandon Carlson, 1:28 Rd. 1, rear choke.
Scott Valeen def. Ryan Antle, 3:00 Rd. 3 (9:00), split decision (29-28, 29-28, 27-30)
Eric Knies def. Cliff Sanders, :45 Rd. 1, ref stoppage due to strikes.

Feature Bouts
Keith Wisniewski def. Kyle Jensen, 2:19 Rd. 1, rear choke.
Roger Huerta def. Matt Brady, 3:12 Rd. 1, ref stoppage due to strikes.
Joey Clark def. Wayne Bogard, 2:08 Rd. 1, keylock.

Main Events
Travis Wiuff def. Josh Hendricks, 4:22 Rd. 1, tap from strikes.
Dave Menne def. Eddie Sanchez, :53 Rd. 1, rear choke.


From the event’s promoter:


TKO 17: REVENGE
Saturday September 25th 2004 – Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada
Total attendance: 2,765

JOHN FRASER def. Sean Ragnitz by Submission (triangle choke) (R1 – 4:18)
PHILLIPE LAGACE def. Mark Loft by Submission (rear naked choke) (R1 – 4:30)
SERGE LAFOND def. Yan Pichette by KO (R1 – 1:41)
ULYSSES ROCHA def. Sylvain Cloutier by Decision (unanimous) (15:00)
ICHO LARENAS def. Brian Magee by KO (R1 – 0:17)
RYAN DIAZ def. Thierry Quenneville by Submission (triangle choke) (R2 – 2:11)
SAM STOUT def. Steve Claveau by TKO (strikes) (R1 – 3:07)
FABIO HOLANDA def. Kultar Gill by Submission (kimura) (R1)
JONATHAN GOULET def. Joey Brown by KO (R1 – 0:07)
STEPHANE VIGNEAULT def. Stephane Laliberte by TKO (strikes) (R1 – 3:47)
SHANE RICE def. Mark Hominick by Submission (rear naked choke) (R1 – 1:46)
DAVID LOISEAU def. Curtis Stout by Decision (unanimous) (15:00)
DONALD OUIMET def. David Goulet by KO (R1)

New TKO Canadian Super-Lightweight Champion – Shane Rice
Still TKO Canadian Lightweight Champion – Donald Ouimet


From the event’s promoter:


RITC 65 – Results
Aldano scores brutal KO


Gilbert Aldano scored a spectacular 15 second KO in the final fight of the evening to earn Fighter of the Night (FOTN) honors. Other candidates for FOTN honors were Nick Hendrick, Tony Cobos, Jason Santos, Paul Schmadeke, Brandon Wylie, Brandon Roberts, Paul Arroyo, Richie Reyes, John Wood and Chris Peak. Notable attendees included Rick "The Jet" Roufus, Joe "Diesel" Riggs, Edwin Dewees and Bryan Pardoe. Ricardo Pires’ Las Vegas Combat Club fighters went 3-0 for the evening and Dusty and Michelle Farrow AMAC fighters went 2-0 for the evening. Discussions have been initiated for a Nevada vs Arizona RITC show next year at Dodge Theater.

Results:

Nick Hendricks (143), AMAC
won by decision (3-0)
Brandon Oliver (139), Team Brausa

Tony Cobos (160), AMAC
won by submission (arm bar), :47 Rd 1
David Marquez (164), Devil’s Den

Jason Santos (168), Las Vegas Combat Club
won by ref stoppage (arm bar), 1:00 Rd 1
Mike Gul (173), Freestyle

Paul Schmadeke (201), AZ Jiu-Jitsu
won by submission (triangle choke), 1:20 Rd 1
Juan Mohawk (207), Devil’s Den

Brandon Wylie (258), Las Vegas Combat Club
won by submission (strikes), 0:44 Rd 1
Chris Lee (295), Team Brausa

Brandon Roberts (175), Ultima & Boxing Inc
won by submission (triangle choke), 1:06 Rd 2
Justin Nauling (178), Nuclear Jiu-Jitsu & ACS Karate

Paul Arroyo (182), Team Brausa
won by KO, 1:41 Rd 1
David Canuas (189), Marrero Combat Academy

Richie Reyes (164), Devil’s Den
won by TKO, 1:58 Rd 1
Wayne Nickula (159), Genesis Jiu-Jitsu

John Wood (190), Las Vegas Combat Club
won by submission (arm bar), :22 Rd 1
Doug Berude (191), Team Dunamis

Chris Peak (214), Peterec Martial Arts
won by submission (arm bar), 1:15 Rd 1
Cory Timmerman (330), Team Brausa

Main Event
Gilbert Aldano (263), Team Brausa
won by KO, :15 Rd 1
Tim McMullen (233), Team Dunamis

Upcoming events:

RITC 66 – The Tucson Connection
AVA Amphitheater, Tucson
Saturday, November 13, 2004

RITC 67 – Whoop Ass
Dodge Theater, Phoenix
Saturday, December 11, 2004

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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