Discussion in 'Worldwide MMA Discussion' started by Paul L, Mar 13, 2016.
Watch out for a Mostapha Al-Turk run in
Could be good regional card, man
Seumanutafa vs. Wallace
Mostapha Al-Turk vs. Neil Wain
Lolohea Mahe vs. Dan Evensen
Rodney Wallace 26-16-1 vs. Carl Seumanutafa 12-8
Shelton Graves 8-3 vs. Tony Johnson Jr. 11-4-1
Vernon Lewis 5-3 vs. Jeremy Hardy 6-3
Alexandr Gladkov 10-2 vs. Ali Isaev 3-0
Leonardo Vasconcelos 3-0 vs. Matheus Correa 1-2 (220)
Matias Anttila vs. Dmitriy Rogozin co-debut
Damian Grabowski 20-5 vs. José Rodrigo Guelke 21-16
Brad Schott 1-3 vs. Tra'Von Butler 0-0
Quentin Henry 12-5 vs. Said Sowma 0-1
I'll just leave this here.
Dude is 34 years old though with a 4-0 record. Too bad he entered MMA so late.
He's but a lad by HW standards.
When you factor in that he's Russian though, then his chances of coming stateside go down exponentially.
Don'tale Mayes (5-2) is fighting Nkemdirim Oti (2-4) in the main event at V3 Fights 71 on November 17th in Memphis, Tennessee. This will be Mayes first fight since beating Mitchell Sipe on Dana White's Contender Series this past summer.
Mayes needs to get that record to 8-2 and he's in. This is a good start, but he will need to fight better guys after this one. Winning records at the very least.
Nikolay Savilov 13-3-1 vs. Renato Rangel 5-3
Amin Ergashev 6-2 vs. Adlan Ibragimov 1-0
Ismail Sagov 2-1 vs. Gadzhi Abdulkadirov 1-0
Daniyal Elbaev 6-2 vs. Magomed Bakhanaev 1-0
Murat Gugov 3-1 vs. Rizvan Liev 1-0
Milos Stojkovic 2-2 vs. Saša Dajić 0-8
Alejandro Solorzano 3-2 vs. Mike Villareal 1-1
Martin Buday 4-1 vs. José Rodrigo Guelke 21-17
Justin Danielson 0-2 vs. Jeff King 3-19
Jason Fish 3-4 vs. Logan Jarrell 1-4
Derrick Weaver 3-6 vs. Charles Brown 2-3 (315)
Ronnie Burchfield 3-5 vs. Mario Munoz 5-5
Arkady Bolonev vs. Munavvar Gurfonov dual debut
Michał Piwowarski 1-0 vs. Przemysław Dzwoniarek 0-0 (243)
Sammy Guerrero 3-2 vs. Dustin Clements 3-1
Mohammed Usman 3-1 vs. Juan Torres 6-14
Odell Pantin 0- vs. Joey Soto 0-2
usman is back fighting cans at least....
At 0-8/3-19 and 6-14 wouldn't you just retire and say its not for you?
A paycheck is a paycheck...
Quarterfinals (second stage) was today.
Here are the results:
Murat Gugov (4-1) def. Rizvan Liev (1-1) - KO/TKO, 1:10 R1
Ismail Sagov (3-1) def. G. Abdulkadirov (1-1) - KO/TKO, 2:16 R1
Daniyal Elbaev (7-2) def. Magomed Bakhanaev (1-1) - Unanimous Dec
Adlan Ibragimov (2-0) def. Amin Ergashev (6-3) - Unanimous Dec
Gugov in my opinion is the favorite to win it all. Small to heavyweight, but very fast, strong and well rounded. He's 28 years old. His only loss came 6 years ago in his MMA debut.
Yes i agree, i think we will see Gugov-Elbaev in the Finals.
It looks like Chase Sherman (11-6) is back to the regional scene after a 2-5 stint in the UFC. He's fighting Frank Tate (6-5) whose coming off the biggest win of his career against Contender Series vet Austen Lane. Island Fights is a good promotion for Chase to fight in. If he's able to string together a few wins we might see him back in UFC.
Not surprising Sherman's been released...….Island Fights have got some STINKERS in that division, Sherman could easily win 5 in a row there and be called back......however......he's pulled a beauty in his debut. Tate can crack, hard, and Sherman's chin isn't great.
I hope Vanderaa wins for the sake of continuation. Potts winning is a lose-lose for the HW division.
Sergey Goltsov 1-1 vs. Yuriy Fedorov 1-2
Maksim Baruzdin 1-0 vs. Ivan Tsigelnik 0-1
John Hall vs. Billy Swanson dual debut (6-0 vs 9-1 AM)
Keith Bell 9-9-1 vs. Parker Porter 8-4
Zaur Kokov 0-0 vs. Roman Gudochkin 2-2
Mu Bae Choi 13-7 vs. Kazuyuki Fujita 17-14
Gun Oh Shim 3-0 vs. Jae Hyuk Heo 1-0
Nico Yamdjie 1-5 vs. Juan Bezuidenhout 1-1
Geraint Hill 5-3 vs. Sofiane Boukichou 5-2
Sultan Murtazaliev 6-3 vs. Alexander Romanov 9-0
Kerisson Leal 3-1 vs. Fabricio Almeida 4-2
Max McNeely 1-4 vs. James Evans 0-4
Luis Guzman 1-0 vs. John Gallardo 0-0
Khusein Adamov 4-1 vs. Georgy Sakaev 0-5
Oleg Kubanov 1-3 vs. Konstantin Gluhov 33-17
romanov poised to get a big league contract with minimal competitive opponents
This is the debut fight for Esteban Rodriguez (6-1 Amateur). He's fighting KOTC veteran Alejandro Santiago (1-5). Santiago's record isn't great, but he does hold a win over former KOTC Champion Brad Burrick. There's not a lot of Heavyweights in this part of the country and they'll definitely bring him up slowly but I could see him getting put in some bigger shows soon.
Salimgerey Rasulov 16-7 vs. Dmitry Poberezhets 24-5-1
Sergey Belostenniy 5-1 vs. Mukhamad Vakhaev 6-4-1
Brian Peterson 3-0 vs. Jordan Mitchell 4-11
Luis Guzman 1-0 vs. John Gallardo 0-0
Francisco Lefebvre 7-4 vs. Rodrigo Carlos 20-14
Luke Williams 0-0 vs. Ivan Tereschenko 1-1
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