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Results Fromufcf: Ax Fighting # 3″bring The Pain”

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UFCF: AX Fighting # 3
"Bring the Pain"

By Mike Neva

The nickname "Bring the Pain" for AX Fighting #3 could not have been more appropriate, as 6 of the 8 bouts ended before their duration. With few recognizable names on the card, this fresh batch of amateurs gave it their all in an entertaining night of Pankration, Kick Boxing, and Muay Thai. In the days leading up to the show, a rash of drop outs plagued the scheduled 13 bout card leaving only 8 matches as well as a youth submission grappling exhibition. Much to the delight of the crowd, these two youngsters put on a surprisingly technical match with both grapplers showing an array of takedowns, throws, and near submissions. The crowd enjoyed their performance so much that they gave both a standing ovation and awarded Zeke Williams with the "Fighter of the Night" award.

Kelley rains down a right on Skaggs Bisbey pounds away at an overmatched Nicholson
Kelley on Skaggs Bisbey pounds Nicholson

In the main event, Buck Bisbey stepped into the ring for the first time since losing his professional debut at last May’s AFC 8 in Florida. After having his first three opponents fall through, local tough guy, Dustin Nicholson, a self proclaimed street fighting champion, stepped up to challenge Bisbey. After only 45 seconds of devastation, referee Joe Derobbio pulled Bisbey off a defenseless Nicholson who proved to be little more than fodder for the more seasoned Bisbey. Matchmaker and co-promoter Charles Pearson told FCF after the bout that the last minute dropouts made it difficult to find a suitable adversary for Bisbey, and that his next opponent would assuredly provide more of a challenge.

Abell KO's Fay
Abell KO’s Fay

Other highlights included a devastating knockout of Team Quest fighter Elijah Fay at the hands of Tim Abell. Fay wanted nothing to do with Abell’s stand up and took the fight to the ground. After a brief period of inactivity, Abell worked back to his feet and stood over Fay, who was content to butt scoot and look for an opportunity to stand. That opening would not come to fruition, as Abell landed a crisp left instantly knocking Fay out as his head ricocheted against the canvass. The crowd roared their approval while Abell celebrated as Fay lay motionless for several minutes. Fay was able to regain his scenes and although unsteady on his feet, was able leave the ring under his own power.

  1. Kickboxing
    Dennis Sitchaisai def. Sterling Goin by TKO referee stoppage from unanswered punches at 0:57 or round 2

  2. Pankration
    Jeff Kelley def. Clay Skaggs by TKO didn’t answer the bell for round 2

  3. Pankration
    Josh Hostetler def. Jason Sampaga by TKO didn’t answer the bell for round 2

  4. Youth Submission Grappling Exhibition
    Zeke Williams drew Isiah Bowen after 3 – 1-minute rounds

  5. Pankration
    Joel Pettit def. Kenan Chabuk by rear-naked choke at 1:29 of round 2

  6. Pankration
    Jeff Sweeney def. Steve Rodgers by unanimous decision after 3 – 3 minute rounds

  7. Pankration
    Tim Abell def. Elijah Fay by KO from punches at 2:06 of round 1

  8. Muay Thai
    Joe Karopeki def. Charlie Shaw by unanimous decision after 4 rounds.

  9. Pankration
    Buck Bisbey def. Dustin Nicholson by TKO referee stoppage from punches at 0:45 of round 1

The ring girls enjoying the show
The ring girls enjoying the show

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