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Sunday, Jul 30, 2000

Continental Freefighting Alliance Results

From Lee Coates/FCF:

Continental Freefighting Alliance Results

On a rainy night in northern Mississippi, the Continental Freefighting Alliance held its second event "The Beast is Back" at the Crossroads Coliseum in Corinth Mississippi Saturday July 29, 2000.

Lightweight Tourney

  • Zack Barber def. Joey GuistArm-bar Round 1
  • Alex Ojeda def. Chalie YieldingRef stoppage Round 2
  • Alex Ojeda def. Zack BarberStrikes Round 1
    Ojeda Crowned Lightweight Tournament Champion

Heavyweight Tournament

  • Joey Roberts def. Mark EldridgeGuillotine Choke Round 1
  • David Glasco def. Joe NamethArm-bar Round 1
  • Joey Roberts def. David GlascoRef stoppage Round 1
    Crowned Heavyweight Tournament Champion

Single Fights

  • Tim Ellis def. Neil FerrellRear naked choke Round 1
  • Joey Ward def. Drew AndersonCorner stopped fight Round 1
  • Scott House def. Richard LeeStrikes Round 1
  • Jacob Noe def. Grady HurleyGuillotine choke Round 2
  • Nomi Davidson def. Nick CooperRef stoppage (cut) Round 1
  • Quentin Jackson def. Ronald RumpfRef stoppage Round 1
  • Jonathan Boarder def. Antonio "Flea" Smith Ref Stoppage Round 3
  • Chatt Lavander def. Karl SchmidtRear naked choke Round 2
  • David Robert def. Robbie NuemanRef stoppage Round 1
    Crowned CFA Heavyweight Champion

  • Dan Severn def. John DixsonHammer lock Round 1
    Retains Super Fight Champion Title


by Eddie Goldman

"No Holds Barred" can be heard every Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 PM New
York time (Eastern Time – U.S.), only on eYada.com (http://www.eyada.com).

Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Monday, July 31 — The loquacious Chris Cordeiro joins us to talk about the August 19 WVF Cage Brawl in Chalmette, Louisiana, near New Orleans. John Townsley, president of the Board of Directors of the U.S.A. Federation of Pankration Athlima, talks with us about the Pankration National Championships and Team Trials – 2000, which will be held on August 26-27 in Kansas City, Missouri, and about the progress Pankration has made in becoming an Olympic sport in 2004.

Tuesday, August 1Matt Hume of AMC Kickboxing-Pankration reports on this past Saturday’s Return of the Gladiators card in Rochester, Washington. Also, fighter Tony Galindo of the Lions Den has begun to make a name for himself, setting the record for the fastest knockout at the King of the Cage. Today he talks with us as well.

Wednesday, August 2Renzo, Renzo, Renzo! It’s Renzomania again at eYada, as Renzo Gracie joins us in the studio, probably with an entourage of his students. We also will get a full report from Joao Pedro Tinoco of Gracie Magazine about this past weekend’s Mundial, the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Championships.

Thursday, August 3 — The Smith Brothers, Paul and Maurice, join us. Well, they’re not really brothers, but both have a lot to say about the fight game. Paul Smith of the IFC lets us know about the expanded schedule for IFC shows, and Maurice Smith talks about his plans, including a probable return to the Octagon at UFC XXVII on September 22. Also, although he is not a Smith, Doug Fischer of Houseofboxing.com joins us in the studio to help us keep up with the Roy Joneses of the world and all the latest from the world of boxing.

Friday, August 4Bruce Buffer had the announcing duties at last week’s Heroes show, the debut NHB event put on by Carlson Gracie in Brazil. Today Bruce takes us behind the scenes. Bob Shamrock also joins us to talk about his recent move to the San Diego area to help run the Lions Den, and also may just have some other Lions Den members along with him.

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