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UFC 45: Revolution
UFC 45: Revolution

The premier mixed martial arts event in the world returned to the Mohegan Sun Arena on November 21, 2003 for its 10th Anniversary at UFC 45: Revolution.

In the main event, Welterweight Champion Matt Hughes defends his belt against top-ranked contender Frank Trigg in a grudge match two years in the making.

The co-main event is a battle of big punchers as UFC legend Tank Abbott takes on young brawler Cabbage Correira.

Fight Card
Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg
Evan Tanner vs. Phil Baroni
Wesley Correira vs. David Abbott
Yves Edwards vs. Nick Agallar
Keith Rockel vs. Chris Liguori
Pedro Rizzo vs. Ricco Rodriguez
Robbie Lawler vs. Chris Lytle
Matt Lindland vs. Falaniko Vitale

Features a total of 9 ultimate fights on one DVD!
Contains special ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the UFC including legendary fighters Royce Gracie and Ken Shamrock’s induction as the charter members of the new UFC Hall of Fame!

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Even on his knees Ed Nuno swings for the fences against Brett Atchley
UFCF: Everett Extreme Challenge 10
Held April 10, 2004
At the Everett Armory
Everett, Washington
By Mike Neva

For the past four years, the Everett Extreme Challenge, promoted by Charles Pearson, has been a proving ground for some the Pacific Northwest’s top amateurs to test the water, so to speak, in kickboxing or pankration matches. With first time fighters, it’s always a roll of the dice, you never really know what’s going to happen. Any promoter will tell you, it can be a recipe for disaster. Fortunately for Pearson, and over 1200 fans in attendace at the sold out Everett Armory, only four of the twelve matches went to the cards, and even those turned out to be entertaining and well matched bouts.

With a 6-1 amateur record, Buck Bisbey is quickly decimating the 135lbs division and every fighter put in his path. In his only loss, Bisbey gave up over 25lbs and a ton of experience to the well traveled Dave Cochran. Since then, Bisbey has gone from 155, to 145, and is now down to 135 lbs! Since dropping weight, Bisbey has been near invincable taking on many of the best 135 pound fighters from Washington and Oregon. With only a couple of fights under his belt, Bo Harlan decided to step up and take on Bisbey. Harlan opened the bout by racing across the ring as he looked to land a haymaker right hand. Bisbey slipped the punch and took the match to the ground, landing in side mount. In a very unconventional, but effective move, Harlan hog tied Bisbey’s head with a tight headlock and powered his way back to the feet. Once on his feet, Harlan once again employed the stragey of throwing wild right hands, but appeared to slip and found himself face down on the canvas. Bisbey took full advantage by bombing away with punches until Harlan tapped only 42 seconds into round 1.

After a successful collegate wrestling career, Otto Olson has taken his grappling prowess and quickly become a top submission wrestler. For the first time in ECC history, Otto and Joey Guel would lock horns in a submission grappling match. From the onset, Olson consistently looked for head control and an opportunity to lock in his vaunted front choke. Guey stayed patient, and after about three minutes of circling he tried a flying arm bar only to find himself on his back in side mount. Sensing Guey was fatigued, Olson let Guel back up to feet only to begin an onslought of successive take downs for the remainder of the match. In the end, Olson would run away with the bout winning 12 points to 3.

Highlights from the under card included Jason Sawn dismantling Jason Hartley in the second round of their kickboxing bout. First timers Ed Nuno and Brett Atchley also put on an entertaining slug fest, but in the end it would be Nuno who dropped Atchley with a right hand and finshed him off with a succession of punches early in round two. [Pictured at beginning of article – Even on his knees Ed Nuno swings for the fences against Brett Atchley]

 Nate Cantiberos mounted and pounding on a defenseless Matthew Moroge
Cantiberos pounding Moroge
  • Novice Kickboxing
    Omar Estrada def. Sam Sitchaisai by unanimous decision after 3 – 90 second rounds

  • A Class Pankration
    Nate Cantiberos def. Matthew Moroge by TKO referee stoppage from punches at 1:15 of round 2

  • Novice Kickboxing
    Jae Taylor def. Elijha Fay by KO at: 53 of round 3

  • A Class Pankration
    Ed Nuno def. Brett Atchley by TKO referee stoppage from punches at: 33 of round 2

  • A Class Kickboxing
    Sailor Ear def. Chanti Johnson by unanimous decision after 3 2-minute rounds

  • A Class Pankration
    Eddie Blackburn def. Chris Madsen by TKO doctor stoppage from a cut at: 21 of round 2

  • A Class Kickboxing
    Jason Swan def. Jason Hartley by TKO didn’t anwser the standing 8 count at:22 of round 2

  • A Class Pankration
    Bristol Marunbe def. Rob Williams by TKO referee stoppage from punches at 1:04 of round 1

  • A Class Kickboxing
    Somian Maul def. Adrian Wise by TKO verbal submission at 1:52 of round 2

  • Submission Grappling
    Otto Olson def. Joey Guel by 12 points to 3 points after 1 7-minute round

  • Muay Thai
    Brian Jones def. Dale Kangas by unanimous decision after 5 2-minute rounds

  • A Class Pankration
    Buck Bisbey def. Bo Harlan by tap out from punches at: 0:42 of round 1

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From Dream Stage Entertainment:

Pride FC logo

LOS ANGELES, California – Seven match ups have been announced for the sixteen-man heavyweight tournament, TOTAL ELIMINATION 2004, which will take place on April 25th, 2004 from the Saitama Super Arena in Japan. The event is scheduled to debut on North American pay-per-view on same day delay.

In addition, a new participant has been added to the card—Naoya Ogawa. The 6’4", 253-pound Ogawa is a silver medallist in Judo (at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games) and brings in a mixed martial arts record of 5-0.

Fight Card:

Fedor Emelianenko vs. Mark "The Hammer" Coleman
Antonio Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira vs. Hirotaka Yokoi
Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic vs. Kevin "The Monster" Randleman
"The Texas Crazy Horse" Heath Herring vs. Yoshiki Takahashi
Murilo "Ninja" Rua vs. Sergei Kharitonov
Naoya Ogawa vs. Stefan "Blitz" Leko
Paulo Cesar "Giant" Silva vs. Henry "Sentoryu" Miller

Previously announced participant Ron "H20" Waterman is still on the fightcard. The remaining participants and match-ups for the opening round will be announced shortly.

The schedule for the tournament is as follows:

PRIDE FC 16-Man Heavyweight Tournament

April 25, 2004
Saitama Super Arena
(Opening Round)

June 20, 2004
Saitama Super Arena
(Second Round)

August 15, 2004
Saitama Super Arena
(Semi-Finals and Finals)

PRIDE FC: TOTAL ELIMINATION 2004 will premiere on North American pay-per-view through iNDEMAND, DIRECTV, DISH NETWORK, UrbanXtra, TVN1, Bell Express Vu, and Viewer’s Choice Canada on Sunday, April 25th, 2004. The premiere time is 9:00pm EST, 6:00pm PST and the count down show is at 8:30pm EST, 5:30pm PST. For additional replay times, please contact your pay-per-view provider.

Participants and fight card are subject to change.

Ultimate Combat 8 DVD!

Ultimate Combat 8: Retribution
Damien Riccico makes Robin Gracie verbally submit in a "NHB" challenge Match–see it here!

Chippenham, England – Sunday, 30th November 2003 – Word must be spreading as Ultimate Combat 8 was another sell-out, with a packed venue and people turned away at the door. The evening’s fight card included the semi-finals of the Lightweight World Title tournament and the highly anticipated final battle in the quest to crown the UC World Welterweight Champion. Damien Riccio returns to Ultimate Combat amidst a wave of controversy, and Sol Gilbert takes on Matt Ewin to see who is the UK’s best middleweight.

Also witness the Damien Riccio vs. Robin Gracie challenge match in a World exclusive, and see Damien tell his version of the story and publicly challenge the Gracies! "Retribution" is another exciting and high quality release that will continue to put producers ML Sports on the MMA map.
Ultimate Combat 8 DVD

  • Fabricio Nascimento vs. Paul Jenkins
  • Sol Gilbert vs. Matt Ewin
  • Damien Riccio vs. Ruben Vazquez
  • Evert Fyeet vs. Tom Blackledge
  • Kim Hovgaard vs. Ian Butlin
  • Pat Carr vs. Mark Wilson
  • Lars Besand vs. Stephano Meneghal
  • Javier Garcia vs. Rafles LaRose
  • Tomas Duffin vs. Mark Collett
  • Mick Broster vs. Enrique Anton
  • Mark Spencer vs. Sami Berik
  • Greg Loughrin vs. Dave Butlin
  • James Thompson vs. Marc Goddard
  • Steven Milward vs. Billy Harris
  • Kelli Salone vs. Dina Van Den Hooven

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