Road To Victory
Road to Victory
Held September 20, 2003
At the Cattlemen’s Livestock Exchange
By Mike Neva
KOTC & WEF veteran Joey Guel hadn’t fought in MMA since December of 2002. With the birth of his first daughter just four months ago, and an unfortunate string of injuries the "Coyote" had been forced to pull out of his previous two fights. Anxious to step back into the squared circle, Guel took the fight on late notice against newcomer Clint Webley. Just seconds into the match Guel showed off his submission prowess as he clamped on a tight arm bar, which had Webley writhing in pain. Guel then released the arm bar thinking Webley had tapped, but referee Benji Radach didn’t see the tap and much to Guel’s dismay the bout was restarted. It didn’t take Guel long to once again find himself in the same position and this time there would be no controversy as he submitted Webley just 1 minute into the first round.
The main event was without doubt the most exciting and competitive match of the evening. Victory Athletics fighter Trevor Michaelis looked for submission after submission against youngster Greg Crunutt in what turned out to be a back and forth three round war. Both men battered and bloodied one another, but neither gave an inch, and in the end it was Michaelis who earned a hard fought unanimous decision.
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