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Sunday, Jan 28, 2001

Reality Combat Fighting Ixquick Results

From Lee Coates – coates@netdoor.com:

Reality Combat Fighting IX
Quick Results

Held 01-27-01 in Houma, Louisiana

The Abyss played host to Reality Combat Fighting IX where over 1000 fans were treated to a spectacular night of Mixed Martial Arts.

Amateur Bouts

  • Kelly Lasseigne vs. Josh McDonald
    Lasseigne by rear naked choke 2:28 r-1

  • Randy Foret vs. Gene Gildea
    Gildea by tap out, strikes from the mount @ 1:25 r-1

  • Shannon Holgate vs. Fiti Pese
    Pese by verbal submission, guillotine choke@ 2:19 r-1

  • Ricky Folse vs. Chat Stockstill
    Folse verbal submission from strikes@ 2:57

  • David Whitney vs. Aaron Austin
    Whitney. Austin’s corner throws in the towel before start of the second round.

  • Aaron Williams vs. James Wakefield
    Williams by tap out. Arm triangle choke@ 1:35

  • Nathan Sanchez vs. John Accordo
    Sanchez by unanimous decision.

  • Robert DiMarco vs. Sam Hogar
    Hogar by rear naked choke :26 r-1

Professional Bouts

  • Tony Arevelo vs. Danny Cooper
    Arevelo wins, Cooper unable to answer bell for second round.

  • Ray Totorico vs. Casey Earwin
    Earwin by Unanimous decision in O.T.

  • Tony Canales vs. Matt Hamilton
    Canales by KO: 23 round 3.

Main Event: RCF World Middleweight Title Bout

  • Rich "Bam-Bam" Clementi vs. Pete "The Secret Weapon" Spratt
    Spratt by Doctor Stoppage. Cut prevented Clementi from answering bell for second round. Spratt escaped several dangerous positions on the ground, and used his considerable kick boxing skills to great effect. When asked about his strategy in a post fight interview he summed it up " I survive on the ground and thrive on my feet."
    Clementi who stunned Pratt early with effective strikes and a take down ended up going for an ankle lock that Pratt stood up on and rained down punches. The punches opened up a cut on the left eyelid. Clementi in his post fight interview stated, "I came close with the ankle lock, but when he stood up I took too many shots and got cut. I couldn’t see out of my left eye. He is a great striker."


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Monday, January 29 — We will open today’s show with a report from this past Saturday’s "Night of the Olympians" where eight Olympic boxers made their pro debut at Madison Square Garden, including postfight reaction from the man behind this event, Lou DiBella. We also are joined by Todd Hester, editor of “Grappling,” who reports on this past Saturday’s Rage in the Cage mixed martial arts event in Phoenix, Arizona. And the erudite editor of Houseofboxing.com, Doug Fischer, helps us preview this coming Saturday’s super lightweight title unification fight between WBC champ Kostya Tszyu and WBA champ Sharmba Mitchell, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tuesday, January 30 — Japanese NHB journalist Tadashi Tanaka joins us to preview the next series of major mixed martial arts events in Japan, and discuss the latest trends there. Carlos Newton will be fighting in the Warrior’s War I mixed martial arts tournament in Kuwait on February 8, and today he tells us what he has been doing.

Wednesday, January 31 — Hail to the Chief! We are joined today in the studio by the man who was just inaugurated President. No, not that guy. Our guest is Dana White, president of the UFC, who will keep us abreast of the plans for UFC XXX on February 23 and for the future. We also speak with Eddy Millis, who not only trains fighters at his Shark Tank, but also trains the challengers for the "Battle Dome" television series.

Thursday, February 1 — Eugene Robinson, editor-at-large of "Grappling," joins us to talk about his new series of articles called "Loser and Still Champion," where he engages top fighters and lives to write about it. Matt Hughes will be fighting in the Warrior’s War I mixed martial arts tournament in Kuwait on February 8, and he joins us to talk about it.

Friday, February 2 — Just who are those beautiful round card girls you see at all the fights, and how and why did they get there? Today we find out the answers from the experts, as joining us in the studio are Richard Cox, founder of RoundCardGirlz.com, Grace Rivera, its president, and three of the girlz themselves, Doris Dany, Zenobia Castro, and Symphoni.

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