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Monday, Jul 15, 2002

Warriors Quest 6: Best Of The Besthallman Out, Sheilds In!!


From the event’s promoter:


Warriors Quest 6: Best of the Best
Hallman out, Sheilds In!!


Cesar Gracie’s Jake Sheilds steps in to challenge Hawaii’s phenom Ray “Bradda” Cooper, the current Warriors Quest Champion. Sheilds is a collegiate wrestler who has been winning a lot of matches in the IFC and Gladiators Challenge. He is known for having a tight Ground and Pound game which will be tested against Cooper, who is known for knocking his opponents out with his hard striking. Will Sheilds stop Cooper’s winning streak in Warriors Quest or will Cooper pound through another opponent…

From the event’s promoter:


Results from RCF 18
Held July 12,2002 in New Orleans at Swamp Island

Pro Card

  • Warren Donley def. Alfredo Hernandez R1 2:31 Americana
  • Jason Autery def. Drew Anderson R1 2:28 Bent armbar from the scarf-hold

Amateur Card

  • Alan Cohen def. James Autery OT Decision
  • Steve Kinnison def. Rocky Long R3 Unanimous Decision
  • Scott Argo def. Kenny Stevens R2 0:58 Rear naked choke
  • J.B. Brown def. Nat Spivey R3 1:00 Verbal Submission

Warren Donley takes down Alfredo Hernandez
As always RCF is known for bringing out new talent. Rocky Long, a student under Yves Edwards’ Woodland Martial Arts, was a last minute replacement for Steve Kinnison from New Orleans. Kinnison trains in New Orleans with Chris Rothaermel and Karl Schmidt at the Body, Mind and Spirit Training Center. Long coming in undefeated and recent victory last week at the FFC was to be a step up for Kinnison with only one fight and victory to his name. A good fight it was. Third round went to the judges and the decision went to Kinnison.

For the Main Event, New Orleans own and high school wrestling coach Warren Donley took on Alfredo Hernandez from Alexandria, LA. Hernandez and Donley were both coming off of recent wins. Hernandez with an exceptional background in kickboxing vs. the wrestler Donley. Hernandez wanting to keep it standing was just not quick enough to stop Donley’s double leg [Donley pictured taking Hernandez to the mat]. Donley doing some ground and pound and ending the match in the middle of the first round with an Americana.

Look for RCF 19 in Houma, LA on August 16,2002.

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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