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Monday, Jun 21, 2004

Ultimate Combat X Results



Ultimate Combat X Results
By David West

Ultimate Combat X
Held June 20, 2004
Glades Arena – Kidderminster, UK

A major upset rounded out a night of action at UC X as France’s Matthias Riccio tapped out the heavily favored Pierre Guillet in the main event, out-muscling the American on the ground. The war of the gargantuans between Tengiz Tedoradze and James Thomspon, with a combined weight of 616 pounds, saw the crowd scream itself hoarse, whilst middleweight Matt Ewin continued his extraordinary rise to the top with another dominating performance.

  • Wesley Murch def. Thomas Hinrichsen by unanimous decision after 2 rounds
  • Roger Woodward def. Dave Campbell by armbar 3:54 R1
  • Kubis Catel def. Mick Broster by KO 0:18 R1
  • Franco Deleonardis def. Paul Sutherland by rear-naked choke 1:33 R1
  • Javier Garcia def. Peter Angerer by key lock 3:23 R2
  • Phil MacCall def. Sami Berik by rear-naked choke 4:31 R1
  • Marcelo Ferreira Bocao def. Robbie Olivier by unanimous decision after 3 rounds
  • Matt Ewin def. Tony Torres by unanimous decision after 3 rounds
  • Ross Mason def. Patrick Suhl by key lock 3:19 R1
  • Nathan Schouteren def. Lars Besand by TKO 2:39 R1
  • Tengiz Tedoradze def. James Thompson by TKO – Thompson unable to answer bell for round 3
  • Matthias Riccio def. Pierre Guillet by rear-naked choke R2


From the event’s promoter:


Schall Hopes to ‘Keep Truckin’ in XFO Event

      FONTANA, Wis. — Kerry Schall says "this is the year of the Meat Truck." And, so far, it has been exactly that.
      Schall, nicknamed the Meat Truck, has won three in a row in 2004 and all of them by first-round stoppage. The Team Extreme fighter has won 8 of his last 9 and boasts an impressive record of 18-6.
      On Saturday, June 26, Schall will meet a fighter with a similar streak in the main event of the Xtreme Fighting Organization (XFO) show at The Abbey Resort in Fontana, Wis.
      Kevin Jordan of Atlanta has a 3-fight win streak of his own, two of those by KO. And although he is less experienced with a 4-2 overall record, Jordan thinks he can pull the upset over Schall.
      "This is really a good fight… two heavyweights who are headed in the right direction," said XFO promoter Jeff Curran.
      Schall, who trains with UFC vet Rich Franklin, has fought some of the best… including Fedor Emelianenko, Bobby Hoffman and Travis Fulton. Griffen has fought Travis Wiuff, Cabbage Carreira and Forest Griffen.
      In addition to the heavyweight main event, XFO 2 will nine other bouts with young talent from Iowa, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin.
      For more information, check out the website at www.x-fighting.tv. Tickets are available by calling Curran at 815 356-0454.

Main Event
Kevin Jordan vs. Kerry Schall

Main Card
Derek Keasley vs. Dan Gilbert
Andre Davis vs. Steve Dau
Rory Markham vs. Jason Guida
Brandon Adamson vs. John Paun
Ryan Antle vs. Jesse Veium
Gabe Lemley vs. Clay Guida
Kit Kieu vs. Rob Mrotek
Jared Pautsch vs. Greg Hisler
TBA vs. Mark Plavcan


From the event’s promoter:


Women’s MMA Show
November 6, 2004
Evansville, Indiana

HOOKnSHOOT will rise to the occasion once again to bring the best women fighters to the forefront of MMA with athletes from around the world.

In April 2002 HnS stunned the world with "Revolution." An all-women’s Full Contact show that has since won a film award, was shown on ESPN’s Outside The Lines and got an even bigger response long after the show was over.

"Already things have been happening that surpass the first show" says promoter Jeff Osborne. "Playboy has expressed interest in doing an article as well as Femme Fatale Magazine (a publication about prominent women’s rolls in Hollywood movies)."

"One thing that caught me off guard was MTV’s interest in the show" continues Osborne. "They will be at the women’s show filming for a new series and potentially casting some of the women for the show."

The main event is now official!

Megumi Fuji of Japan will take on Erica Montoya in the main event.

Fuji is both a Japan National Sambo Champion and pro wrestler as well. Her list of grappling accomplishments are incredible. She is 1-0 in MMA but vows to tap Montoya out!

Erica is not only a fighter, she’s a UFC broadcaster, in addition to her undefeated 6-0 record in MMA, Montoya still remains active in grappling and many consider her a slight favorite to win.

Unlike the first show, Osborne says instead of 18 fighters, there are now over 55 interested women and he urges others to step up and get involved.

Anyone wishing to sponsor the event or get involved, should contact HOOKnSHOOT@aol.com.

More matches and big announcements will be made in the upcoming weeks!

If you’re still one of the few who haven’t seen the first DVD or may dislike women’s fighting, you’ll be GREATLY impressed HnS "Revolution" (All-Women Show), pick up a copy today in the FCF Shop.


From Pancrase:


Pancrase June 22 Event
Complete Results


"PANCRASE 2004 BRAVE TOUR"
TUESDAY, JUNE 22,2004
DOORS OPEN; 5:30PM
FIRST FIGHT; 6:00PM
KORAKUEN HALL (TOKYO,JAPAN)
Live Gate: 2,300-

Amateur Bout-Pancrase Gate lightweight 2×5 min rounds-
MOTOKAZU KOBAYASHI(Hishojuku) drew KAZUYA HIROSE(IMNL Grappling) at full time limit

Pro-Bout #1 -super heavyweight 2×5 min rounds-
IRO ZEKI(Pancrase MEGATON) vs KEN ORIHASHI(Team POD)
*The match result was suspended by the K.O.P. Commissioner because Orihashi pounded IRO Zeki still after the referee announced TKO at 1R 4:18.

Pro-Bout #2 -featherweight 2×5 min rounds-
MASASHI KAMEDA(MMA Dojo Cobrakai) def. MITSUHISA SUNABE(HYBRID WRESTLING MUGEN) by Sunabe’s headbutt foul by the back of the head at 1R 3:52

Pro-Bout #3 -welterweight 2×5 min rounds-
KOJI OISHI(welterweight 1st ranked/PANCRASEism) def. MASAKAZU KURAMOCHI(freelance) by referee stop TKO(mount punch) at 2R 4:13

Pro-Bout #4 -middleweight 2×5 min rounds-
KATSUYA INOUE(RJW/CENTRAL) def. HIKARU SATO(middleweight 10th ranked/PANCRASEism) by mount punch KO at 1R 3:53

Pro-Bout #5 -light heavyweight 2×5 min rounds-
AKIHIRO GONO(light heavyweight 3rd ranked/Pancrase GRABAKA) def. TSUYOSHI KURIHARA(team ROKEN) by punch KO at 1R 2:15

Pro-Bout #6 -middleweight 3×5 min rounds-
IZURU TAKEUCHI(middleweight 2nd ranked/SK Absolute) drew OSAMI SHIBUYA(PANCRASEism) by 0-0-3 draw judges at full time limit

Semifinal -middleweight 3×5 min rounds-
NATHAN MARQUARDT(middleweight 1st ranked/U.S.A./High Altitude) drew EIJI ISHIKAWA (middleweight 5th ranked/Pancrase GRABAKA) by 1-0-2 split judges decision at full time limit

Main Event -light heavyweight 3×5 min rounds-
YUKI KONDO(3rd light heavyweight K.O.P./PANCRASEism) def. SHANNON "THE CANNON" RITCH (U.S.A./Team Cannon) by knee bar at 1R 1:01

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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