Ufc 42: Sudden Impactdvd
UFC 42: Sudden Impact
UFC 42: Sudden Impact – held April 25, 2003 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida
Light Heavyweight Bout
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Allan Goes to Face Gustavo Ximu at HEAT FC 2!
As the 27th of November approaches, HEAT FC promoters continue to work on their second card with expectations to announce most of the fights in the coming days. One major fight in the card was, however, signed in the past few days. Brazilian Top Team member, UFC and PRIDE veteran Allan Goes is set to face Ruas Vale Tudo team member, RINGS and KOTC veteran Gustavo Ximu Machado in a fight that promises to bring the old rivalry between Jiu Jitsu and Luta Livre back to its fierce days. Coming from a unexpected loss at KOTC against Benji Radach, Gustavo Machado already fought BTT member Ricardo Arona at RINGS some years ago, and scored a win by submission over MMA veteran Jorge Macaco Patino at MECA 6. As most Ruas Vale Tudo members, Ximu has a Luta Livre background, and that caused most of his rivalry with Arona and other BTT members, adding a bit of spice for this match. Allan Goes needs no introduction to most MMA fans, with fights at the UFC and PRIDE in his career. Coming from a win at MECA 8 against Carlinhos Lima, Goes was craving for a top opponent to build his stock again and open doors at events abroad for him soon, and defeating Machado may be the perfect opportunity for him. Altough HEAT FC has now introduced weight classes, a limit of 88 kg was agreed to his fight by both fighters. Look for more news about the card for HEAT FC 2 soon here at FCF, as the show will take place on the 27th of November in Natal, Brazil.
From Dream Stage Entertainment:
TOURNAMENT BRACKETS SET FOR FINAL CONFLICT
LOS ANGELES, California – At a special press conference in Tokyo, all of the surviving participants from TOTAL ELIMINATION were present to determine the brackets for the conclusion of the middleweight tournament at PRIDE FC: FINAL CONFLICT.
Finalists Hidehiko Yoshida, Chuck Liddell, Quinton Jackson, and Wanderlei Silva were all in attendance. After a random selection from the four fighters, Yoshida won the choice of choosing his opponent, thus determining the formation of all brackets. The Olympic gold medallist selected PRIDE FC Middleweight champion Wanderlei Silva as his opponent, meaning Quinton Jackson will now face Chuck Liddell.
The winners of each of these match-ups will go on to the final round, which will be held on the same evening.
Semi Final round of the eight man middleweight tournament:
Wanderlei Silva (Brazil) vs. Hidehiko Yoshida (Japan)
More matches for FINAL CONFLICT will be announced soon.
FINAL CONFLICT is scheduled for November 9th, 2003 from the Tokyo Dome in Japan. The event will premiere on North American pay per view (through iNDEMAND, DIRECTV, DISH NETWORK, UrbanXtra, TVN1, Bell Express Vu, and Viewer’s Choice) on November 9th via same day delay.
From the event’s promoter:
Sport Fight Devastation Show
Oregon City, Oregon on Oct 11, 2003
Mixed Martial Arts Fights … EXCITING
Food, Beer, Booze and Party … FUN
Exciting Local Fighters Competing: Larry Vandervort
Sport Fight Is The Ultimate Evolution Of One On One Combat
Schedule of Events:
Party With The Fighters After at Rodder!
Plus A Full Card Of Featured Fights For A Full Night Of Fun And Action. Don’t Miss This! Only 400 Ticket will be sold and they are going fast. Affordable Ticket Prices! Tickets Available At Team Quest Order by Phone (503) 661-4134 Or buy now at Rodder.
From the event’s promoter:
"MID-DAY FIGHT TIME"
Last Saturday Afternoon at the Grand Central Casino in Tacoma Washington, the sell-out crowd got what they paid for, plenty of action and excitement.
Matt Farris of Olympia vs Rick Parker of Federal Way got things started with what many thought was the fight of the night. Toe to toe punches and kicks were thrown by both fighters, it seemed as through someone put energizer batteries in them before each round. Matt Farris pulled off a close decision win in this Kickboxing bout. No one seemed to notice that the two pankration bouts were canceled due to injury, as they took in the action of Kickboxing and Mauy Thai bouts.
Semi Main Event had Reni Aquino (9-4-0) of Eugene Or. taking on Jacob Mapes (6-1-0) of Bremerton Wa. in a 5 round Jr. Welterweight Mauy Thai fight. Kirk Jensen, the fight Matchmaker had informed both the Main event fighters that in case of a draw, these being Title fights, there would be an extra round to determine a WINNER. As luck would have it, these two warriors fought to a draw. When the draw was announced the crowd booed of course, no one likes a draw. Then they were told of the "new" rule and the cheers were deafening! In the 6 and final round Reni Aquino pulled off a close split decision win to take the Title.
Main Event had Local boy, Brian Jones Jr.(10-2-0) vs Canada’s (and K-1 Veteran) Phil Petit (25-8-2). Round one had Jones scoring at will with punches, Kicks and Knees. Then in round 2, Phil connected with an over hand right and put the local down for an eight count. Two more knockdowns in this round by Petit seemed to all but end the fight. Round 3 was more of the same, dropping the game Jones twice. Round 4 looked to be over once again as jones was floored with another overhand right. The hometown crowd never gave up, still cheering for Jones to come back. Jones came out for the last round and seemed revived by the cheers as he dominated the final round and put Petit against the ropes and pounded on him until the final bell. Petit won the fight, but Jones proved he had a heart of a lion and made his fans proud.
Felix Bunton (Spokane Wa) DEC. Elijah Finch ( Olympia Wa.) Kickboxing
Dan Harrington (Skokane Wa.) Won by 1st round KO over Ahern Owen (Chicago Il.) Mauy Thai
NEXT MID-DAY FIGHT TIME – NOV. 15TH 2:00