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Saturday, Feb 09, 2002

King Of The Cage 12 Results



King of the Cage 12 Results
Held February 9, 2002
Soboba Casino – San Jacinto, California
By Aaron Crecy
Charlie Valencia choking Dave Valasquez

Fight One
Adam Lynn def. Brian Warren by judges’ decision

Fight Two
Randy Velarde def. Tom Kenney by submission (tapped to arm bar), 3:15 R1

Dan Bobish
Fight Three
Thomas Denny def. Ray Perales by submission (arm bar) 2:31 R1

Fight Four
Phillip Miller def. John Hosegood by KO, 3:43 R1

Fight Five
Joe Stevenson def. Jerry Gummo by submission (rear-naked choke), 1:05 R1

Fight Six
John Alessio def. Nassor Lewis by submission (rear-naked choke), 2:07 R1

Fight Seven
Fernando Vasconcelos def. John Crisostomo by TKO (strikes), 3:00 R1

Fight Eight
Jason Lambert def. Jason Jones by TKO (strikes) 1:17 R2

Fight Nine
Dean Lister def. Jacen Flynn by submission (Kimura), 4:28 R2

Fight 10: KOTC Featherweight Championship Match
Charlie Valencia def. Dave Velasquez by submission (rear-naked choke), 4:43 R1

Fight 11: Heavyweight Championship Match
Dan Bobish def. Eric Pele by submission (corner threw in towel), 1:10 R2


From the event’s promoter:


Superbrawl logo
Egan Inoue vs. Marcos De Silva
Egan Inoue to defend Title in Hawaii
Challenger Marcos De Silva is "Deadly"!


Saturday night, March 9, the Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu, Hawaii will rock as hometown favorite Egan Inoue and Brazilian submission specialist Marco De Silva battle for the coveted Super Brawl middleweight Championship belt.

This will be Inoue’s toughest test to date. In his last appearance in Super Brawl, De Silva choked Hawaiian fighter, Ronald "The Machine Gun" Jhun unconscious in less than 3 minutes! "Marcos is big and strong. His submissions are deadly! These are truly two of the elite fighters in the world at this weight. This has the ear markings of an epic battle!" T.Jay Thompson, Promoter.

Inoue’s record is unblemished in the 185lb class. He has retained a Super Brawl title belt for over 3 years. One, in the old heavyweight class (over 200lbs) by beating Marcelo Tiger in a controversial match in 1999. And most recently, he obtained the Super Brawl middleweight title by beating #10 World ranked Joe Doerksen in Super Brawl 22. "I really enjoy fighting in Hawaii. It means a lot to me to have the hometown fans behind me." When asked about how he thought the fight would go, Inoue responded, "This guy is no joke. I was there when he beat Ronald. I don’t plan on suffering the same fate!"

De Silva, grew up in the mean streets of Fortunado, Brazil. He is a multiple Jiu-Jitsu black belt champion and speaks little English, letting his fighting do the talking for him. "I respect Egan Inoue, but I will defeat him like the others."

Tickets are on sale at the Blaisdell Center box office, all tickets plus outlets or online at http://www.ticketplushawaii.com/

Contact: T.Jay Thompson tj@superbrawl.tv (808) 524-6062


From the event’s promoter:


PRIDE FC “Bad Blood” (a.k.a. PRIDE 19)
Two Additional Match-Ups Announced

Tom Erikson vs. Tim Catalfo
Wallid Ismail vs. Alex Steibling

Previously announced match-ups:

Ken Shamrock vs. Don Frye
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Enson Inoue
Wanderlei Silva vs. Kiyoshi Tamura
Heath Herring vs. Igor Vovchanchyn
Carlos Newton vs. Pele
Daijiro Matsui vs. Rodrigo Gracie

Event Information:

DATE: February 24th, 2002
GATE OPEN 2:00 PM
FIGHT START 4:00 PM
PLACE: Saitama Super-Arena (Omiya, Saitama-Pref., Japan)
Pay-Per-View; SkyPerfecTV (JAPAN, Feb. 24th Live PPV)
DIRECTV, DishNetwork, TVN, Bell Express Vu (Feb. 24th same day PPV)
Viewer’s Choice Canada (Tape Delay PPV)

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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