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THURSDAY, April 30th, 2009, AT 11:30 PM/PST



THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Full Contact Inc. Presents
Xtreme Gladiators
Caldwell, Idaho, USA






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Chin Chek Productions Presents
"The Battle For Laramie II"
Laramie, Wyoming, USA






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Fight Party Productions Presents
"Cookeville Fight Challenge II"
Cookeville, Tennessee, USA






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Caged Animal Productions Presents
"Caged Madness"
Morristown, Tennessee, USA






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Chiles Martial Arts Presents
"Throwdown N C-Town 3"
Clinton, Missouri, USA






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True Fight Fan L.L.C. Presents
"CLASH IN THE CAGE 38"
Grain Valley, Missouri, USA





TUESDAY, April 28th, 2009, AT 6:50 PM/PST


Results From Breaking Point Productions LLC's
Zero Tolerance
April 25th, 2009 - Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA



  1. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Andrew Gillies, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 170, 5'10", 10-1-86, Jeremy Whorton, (636) 219-6989
    VS Ernie Abbott, Moberly, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 170, 5'10", 1-7-74, Ron Baush, (660) 676-6652.
    WINNER: Ernie Abbott by Guillotine Choke, .47 seconds of Round 3
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable.

  2. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Blake Whorton, Union Star, Missouri, USA, 2-0, 169, 6'0", 2-6-1984, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405
    VS David Lammert, Lee Summit, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 155, 6'0", 4-27-88, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087, phil@truefightfan.com
    WINNER: Blake Whorton by Triangle Choke, at 1:52 seconds in round 2.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  3. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Cody Holt, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 169, 6'2", 12-20-85, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405, - (9-6-07)
    VS Donnie Lehman, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 3-2, 165, 5'10", 2-12-88, Galen Brown, (816) 262-0010.
    WINNER: Cody Holt by Triangle Choke at .45 seconds in round 2.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  4. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Brandon Frans, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 135, 5'7", 8-10-89, Self, (816) 248-4585
    VS Luke Archer, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 135, 5'6, 6-30-83, Self, (816) 387-8027.
    WINNER: Brandon Frans by Guillotine Choke at 1:32 second of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  5. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Jonathan Wade, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 220, 6'0", 3-17-87, Galen Brown, (816) 617-9727
    VS Darien Blakeney, St. Joesph, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 218, 6'5", 2-22-82, Matt Leidy, (816) 248-3143.
    WINNER: Jonathan Wade by TKO at .24 seconds in round 1. REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  6. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Stephan Sweet, Independence, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 155, 5'11", 11-13-75, House of Pain, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087
    VS Mike Jaggers, Joplin, Missouri, USA, 0-2, 155, 6'0", 4-15-83, Rudy Lindsey (417) 358-8589.
    WINNER: Stephan Sweet by Kamura Lock at 2:15 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  7. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    John Ford, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 3-0, 155, 5'8", 6-3-86, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405
    VS Matthew Bernal, Kansas City, Missouri, USA 2-1, 155, 5'11", 12-28-88, Brian Davidson, (816) 308-2805.
    WINNER: John Ford by Rear Naked Choke at 2:11 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  8. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Travis Tipton, St Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-1, 235, 5'10", 5-28-69, Johnny coil, (816) 261-5227
    VS Josh Lyons, Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA, 4-4, 270, 6'1", 5-15-78, Self, (816) 387-8027 or (816) 244-8132 or dozer29@att.net.
    WINNER: Travis Tipton by Tapout due to strikes at :59 seconds in round 2.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  9. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Ben Lindsey, Stewartsville, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 145, 5'11", 12-18-89, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 390-3049
    VS Tyler Stout, St. Joe, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 145, 6'4", 1-6-89, Self, (816) 273-3019.
    WINNER: Ben Lindsey by Tapout Rear Naked Choke at 1:43 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  10. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Steven Mooney, King City, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 185, 6'0", 11-24-81, Jeremy Whorton (816) 390-3049
    VS Jeremy Hayden, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 185, 6'0", 3-7-89, Galen Brown, (816) 617-9727
    WINNER: Steve Mooney by TKO at 2:07 seconds of round 1. REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  11. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    David Larzabal, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 1-0, 145, 5'9", 12-29-87, Garcia, (408) 603-6599
    VS Riley Easter, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 145, 5'10", 9-16-90, Galen Brown, (816) 617-9727.
    WINNER: David Larzabal by Guillotine choke at 1:17 of round 2.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  12. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Cody Munsterman, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 175, 5'11", 3-8-87, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405
    VS Travis Papenberg, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-1, 185, 6'1", 3-3-85, Self, (816) 344-6815.
    WINNER: Cody Musterman by Tap out with Darce Choke at 1:15 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe. JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  13. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Brent Ault, Clarksdale, Missouri, USA,1-1, 155, 5'9", 8-26-85, Jeremy Whorton, (8160 261-0405
    VS Jason Arington, Lawrence, Kansas, USA, 4-3, 170, 5'11", 7-2-82, Steve Crawford (816) 728-7360.
    WINNER: Brent Ault by Tapout with Kamura at 1:29 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable.

  14. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Ben Wagers, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 4-1, 155, 5'10", 6-9-86, Jeremy Whorton (816) 261-0405
    VS Nick Radtka, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 3-1, 170, 5'11", 8-11-86, Self, (816) 261-3927.
    WINNER: Ben Wagers by Scarf Choke at 1:38 seconds of round 2.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  15. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Matt McCoy, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 0-0, AB: 15-3, 155, 5'11", 6-10-85, Andre Monteiro, (210) 326-4728
    VS Cody Peterson, Independence, Missouri, USA, 2-0, 125, 5'9", 3-15-87, Phil Jones, (816) 651-5087.
    WINNER: Matt McCoy by Tapout with Triangle Choke at 2:57 seconds of round 1.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  16. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Kyle Carver, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA, 6-1, 134, 5'9", 3-26-89, Jeremy Whorton, (816) 261-0405
    VS Justin Kelly, Moberly, Missouri, USA, 7-1, 145, 5'7", 9-5-79, Ron Baush, (660) 676-6652.
    WINNER: Kyle Carver by unanimous decision, 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.
    REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

  17. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Gary Tapusoa, Independence, Missouri, USA, 1-0, 205, 5'7", 9-2-79, Self, (816) 200-4706
    VS Matthew Gragg, St Joseph, Missouri, USA, 6-1, 185, 6'3" 33, 11-12-74, Jeremy Worton, (816) 261-0405.
    WINNER: Gary Tapusoa by TKO at :50 second of round 1. REFEREE: Chuck Wolfe.
    JUDGES: Patty Crawford, Brian Holmes, Stewert Venable

Jessy Vice, 30 day suspension and $100 Promoter Reimbursement fine - Due to Promoter for a no show.




MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Galen Brown Presents
"ISCF MMA"
March 21st, 2009 - St. Joesph Missouri, USA



  1. Bobby Wyatt VS William Whitley
    Winner: Wyatt by Decision, 30-27, 30-28, 28-29.

  2. Adam Smallwood VS Mike Watson
    Winner: Watson by Decision, 30-27, 30-27, 28-29.

  3. **Drew Long VS **Dakota Runnels
    Winner: Long by TKO at 1:54 second of round 3

  4. Josh Ford VS Courtney Kline
    Winner: Ford by Rear Naked Choke at 1:33 seconds of round 1.

  5. Donnie Lehman VS Mike Wilson
    Winner: Lehman by Tapout at :24 seconds of round 1.
  6. Timmy McCoy VS Jordan McGee
    Winner: McCoy by Verbal Submission at :19 seconds of round 1.
  7. John Ford VS Curtis Painter (Bonea)
    Winner: Ford by Verbal Submission at 1:53 seconds of round 1.



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BELOW POSTED AT 12:10 PM/PST


Results From Top Ranked Martial Arts'
"NORTH AMERICAN CHALLENGE 24"
April 4th, 2009 - North Vancouver, BC, Canada



  1. Kurtis Waterston, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada, 0-1, 145, 5'8", 7-1-89, Raptor MMA, (778) 999-7659
    VS Upneet Rai, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, 1-0-1, 145, 5'8", 5-10-85, Impact MMA, (250) 619-7659.
    WINNER: Upneet Rai at 3:07 into the 1st round by armbar.

  2. Matt Dwyer, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, 1-1, 160, 6'4", 12-17-09, Avatar MMA, (250) 212-7846
    VS Bart Janssen, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1-0, 160, 5'8", 11-2-81, Wuji Systems, (778) 772-6658.
    WINNER: Bart Janssen by Decision.

  3. Emilio Ditrocchio, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, 1-0, AKB: 3-1, 150, 5'11", 7-21-89, Simon Posener, (604) 255-5344
    VS Neal Anderson, Edmenton, Alberta, Canada, 0-1, 150, 6', 5-28-87, Phoenix MMA, (604) 346-0498.
    WINNER: Emilio Ditrocchio by Decision
  4. Amber Grant, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, 1-1, 135, 5'7", 6-6-82, Columbia Martial Arts, (604) 341-0011
    VS **Rachael Swatez, Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, 1-2, 135, 5'4", 5-2-89, Impact MMA, (250) 608-3327.
    WINNER: Amber Grant by Decision
  5. Kyle Wisniewski, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1-0, 205, 6'3", 3-21-83, Franco MMA, (604) 876-8782
    VS Kyle Thorpe (Madrugada), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 0-1, 205, 6'2", 5-27-80, Axe Capoeira, (605) 537-8943.
    WINNER: Kyle Wisniewski by Decision





MONDAY, April 27th, 2009, AT 8:45 PM/PST

ISCF To Make History In
IRAQ!


It will be a history making event for not just the ISCF but for all of MMA. This coming June the ISCF will sanction the FIRST EVER PRO/AM MMA event in IRAQ! "FIGHT NIGHT For HEROES - IRAQ" will feature fully sanctioned ISCF bouts.

Brigade Command and the Multi National Corps - Iraq has approved the first ever Sanctioned Pro/Am Mixed Martial Arts event for the troops. Monica Sanford's Devil Dog (DD) Production and the International Sports Combat Federation will be guests of the 25th Infantry Division. Filling the card will be Active Duty Military Pro and Amateur fighters. The event will be of course Free to the Troops! For additional info please contact Ms. Monica Sanford at (910) 581 0077 or at mmmsanford@hotmail.com




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Results From Mad Marvin's Cage Warriors'
"California VS Idaho"
April 25th, 200 - Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA



  1. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    Sergio Soto (1-4) VS Armondo Perez (1-0)
    Winner: Armondo Perez by submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:08 round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA Catchweight
    Jacob Dial (0-1) VS Mike Axtman (1-0)
    Winner: Mike Axtman by TKO (dislocation of right arm) at :23 of round 1.
    Jacob Dial was issued a 45 day suspension due to the TKO.

  3. AMATEUR MMA Lightweight
    Mitch Thompson (1-0) VS Chris Schimd (0-1)
    Winner: Mitch Thompson by KO at :13 of round 1.
    Chris Schmid was issued a 45 day suspension due to the KO.

  4. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    **Matt Weber (0-1) VS Kerry Lattiner (1-1)
    Winner: Kerry Lattiner by tapout from ground and pound at :14 of round 1.
  5. AMATEUR MMA Catchweight
    **Mike Leblanc (0-1) VS Chris Maulden (1-0)
    Winner: Chris Maulden by TKO at :47 of round 1.
    Mike Leblanc was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO and cut over left eye.
  6. AMATEUR MMA Catchweight
    Zack Black (0-1) VS Daniel Sanchez (1-0)
    Winner: Daniel Sanchez by TKO at :36 of round 1.
    Zack Black was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO.

  7. AMATEUR MMA Lightweight
    EJ Cardona (1-4) VS Hjalmar Ocampo (1-0)
    Winner: Hjalmar Ocampo by submission (rear naked choke) at :51 of round 1.

  8. AMATEUR MMA Heavyweight
    **Mike Adams (0-1) VS **Braxton Kid (1-0)
    Winner: Braxton Kid by submission at :43 of round 1.
  9. AMATEUR MMA Heavyweight
    Rayce Rainstrum (3-1) VS Montigo Irvin (0-1)
    Winner: Rayce Rainstrom by submission (Rear naked choke) at 1:24 of round 1.

  10. AMATEUR MMA Catchweight
    Lorenzo Hood (8-1) VS Justin Bradfield (5-5)
    Winner: Lorenzo Hood by tap out from ground and pound at 1:24 of round 1.

  11. AMATEUR MMA Heavyweight
    Lisa Maulden (0-1) VS Tasha Four Star (4-0)
    Winner: This fight was originally announced as a draw.
    HOWEVER: After reviewing the scorecards, judge Shon Barnes did not take account for the point reduction in the third round so
    Tasha Four Star wins with a split decision 28-29, 27-29, 29-28.

  12. AMATEUR MMA Featherweight
    **Rob Radford (8-8) VS **Brett Nichols (7-3)
    Winner: Brett Nichols by submission at :56 of round 1.

The fight between Dave Lester and Trevor Van Horn did not take place due to Dave Lester weighing in 15 pounds less than the planned fight weight.





FRIDAY, April 24th, 2009, AT 4:40 PM/PST

Steve Crawford
Named VP Of ISCF!


Steve Crawford

Many here know that when it comes to responsibility beyond ISCF President Steve Fossum (L) and the in house ISCF staff, Steve Crawford's (Right) name comes to mind. Crawford has worked with the ISCF since 2003 and year by year has become a more important part of the organization from fresh ideas to the growth of the ISCF itself. During that time he has went from an associated trainer and promoter to right hand man to Fossum. With so much effort on his part to grow the ISCF as well as the sport of MMA itself, it comes as no big surprise that earlier today, ISCF President Steve Fossum appointed Crawford as the new Vice President of the ISCF.

This is Crawford's second VP appointment associated with the parent company International Fight Sports (IFS). - www.IFfightSports.com - IFC President and CEO Steve Fossum appointed Crawford last year to Vice President of the newly formed International Battle League - IBL - www.IBLFights.com - an MMA team fight league Crawford helped develope with Fossum.

Crawford's duties and responsibilities will pretty much stay the same. The obvious change will be in his role with the ISCF in making important decisions. Over the years Fossum has be getting more and more busy with the growth of the ISCF and this past year, the other top organization under the IFS the International Kickboxing Federation, IKF - www.IKFKickboxing.com has also shown strong growth both here in north America and in Europe and Asia.

Crawford's most recent work was in organizing the new ISCF Grappling Division with Fossum. The new division of the ISCF will provide yet another platform for up and coming martial artists to test their skills as grapplers, sanctioned by the ISCF organization.

Crawford's titles are many. Along with being a proud father and husband who shares his passion for MMA with wife Patty, (Who is also an ISCF Certified Official) he is the owner and operator of Crawfords MMA. www.crawfordsmma.com

However, his work does not stop there and neither do his titles. He is the Chief Inspector of MMA for the Kansas Boxing Commission as well as being the chief ISCF Certification Instructor for all ISCF certified officials worldwide. The Founder of American Jujitsu and 7th Dan has an impressive resume to go along with his work in the ISCF. For those wondering what VP Crawford has accomplished, take some time to read below.

"This was an easy decision for me and the ISCF as a whole." Said Fossum. "Steve's work ethic and dedication to MMA, not to mention his passion for everything about the sport makes this a good move for everyone associated with the ISCF. He's a leader we are all proud to be associated with."



Steve Fossum

Just a few of Mr. Crawford's accomplishments in the Martial Arts.

  • Student enrollment increased from 3 to over 100
  • Won 4 Gold Medals and 1 Bronze Medal, in the Ken Shamrock North American Pan Am Games in San Diego, CA.
  • Trainer of the Iowa State Heavyweight Cage Fighting Champion, Brad Jones.
  • Students earned 50+ Gold Medals in USA Pankration Federation.
  • Coach and Trainer of Champion in the 2nd Annual Black Out or Tap Out 140 lbs. Division, Travis Phippen.
  • Coach and Trainer of 3rd place winner in Abu Dhabi trials Championships.
  • Coach, Trainer and Manager of Curtis Stout, competitor of UFC 30.
  • 1976–1978: Marlboro Community Judo Club, Kansas City, MO
    • 1976: Marlboro 160 lbs. Midwest Judo Champion,
    • 1977: Marlboro 172 lbs. Midwest Judo Champion
    • 1978: Marlboro 180 lbs. Midwest Judo 2nd Place
  • 1978 –1980: Midwest Aikido Federation, Kansas City, MO
    • Received the Instructor's outstanding Student award two years in a row.
  • 1985 – Present: Shorinji ryu JuJutsu, Kansas City, KS
    • Expanded Shorinji ryu JuJutsu to the Midwest
    • Promoted to 5th Dan on 5/2/02 by Grandmaster Ken Penland
    • Implemented training course for new school
  • 1994 – Present: I.K.C.A. Association, Seals Beach, CA
    • Received 1st Dan in Kenpo, by Grandmaster Chuck Sullivan.
    • Opened Crawford's I.K.C.A. Kenpo Karate school.
    • Tested and oversaw the development of the 1996 version of the Kenpo Training dummy.
  • 1995: Founded American Ju-Jitsu.
  • 1998: International Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Federation Chicago, IL
    • Promoted to Certified Self Defense Instructor Under Carlson Gracie, Jr.
  • 1999: Malibu Martial Arts Association, Malibu, CA
    • Promoted to Rank of Shodan, 1st Degree Black Belt Combat JuJitsu By Master Santos Flaniken.
  • Kansas Affiliated School and Instructor
    • Promoted to Rank of Shodan, JuJitsu by Grandmaster Philip Porter.
    • Inducted into the 2002 Hall of Fame.
  • 2000: Coached and Trained 2 Gold Medals and 1 Silver Medal winners in the Nationals in Athens, Greece.
  • 2000: Inducted into the Pankration Hall of Fame.
  • 2001: Seven affiliated schools, Opened 3 new schools, Missouri, Colorado, California.
  • 2001: Curtis Stout will fight for the Lightweight Hook-n-Shoot Title.
  • 2001: Coached the first tag team Submission Grappling Champions, Brad Jones and Jobe Duran (Evansville, Ind.).
  • 2002: Inducted into the U.S.M.A.A. Hall of Fame.
  • 2002: Is working with Mr. Walt Justice 6 Dan, IKKO. Running an after school program for the Kansas City, Kansas school district. (Wyandotte).
  • 2002: Mr. Crawford, Mr. Walt Justice and Mr. Shawn Monday will form a new System, American Mixed Martial Arts System's.
  • 2002: Promoted to Shodan in the art of To-Shin Do, By Grandmaster Stephen K. Hayes and 4th Dan Tom Maienza.
  • 2006: ISCF World Representative, International Sport Combat Federation
    • World Representative
    • Fight Card Coordinator
    • Official Certification Course Instructor
  • 2007: New Schools, American Jujitsu New School
    • Phil Jones, AJJ (House of Pain), Missouri
    • John Cornett & Rob Kimmons, AJJ (Xtreme Couture) Missouri
    • Roger Partridge, AJJ (Mid Mo Fight Club), Missouri
    • Chris Henning, AJJ (Henning's AJJ) Kansas.
  • 2008: IBL, International Battle League
    • VP of Operations
  • 2009: Appointed Vice President of the ISCF, International Sport Combat Federation.







THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Breaking Point Productions LLC Presents
Zero Tolerance
Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA






THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Mad Marvin's Cage Warriors Presents
"California VS Idaho"
Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA






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Kyle Maynard to Fight in MMA?
Publicity STUNT Or Real DESIRE?


Is Kyle Maynard's desire to fight in a real MMA fight a true passion and desire to fulfill a dream, or a publicity stunt drummed up by rogue promote David Oblas to get publicity? Whatever his motive, Oblas as well as Maynard have been getting TV interviews and more for Oblas' upcoming Alabama event. Oblas desire is to try and make a name for himself as a top MMA Promoter may be a worthless effort though. Those in the MMA Fight World know his past, and being on top as a "Credible" Promoter is a long way off. Oblas always has an angle, or a motive to his madness. One thing is for sure... Oblas and Maynard are getting a lot of press with this decision, but when it's all said and done, will it be good for the greater good of the sport or, as is many times before, just Oblas's pocket book?

SPECIAL TO ISCF: Fighting in his first mixed martial arts event is a dream come true for Kyle Maynard. But for MMA and the state of Alabama, it's a potential nightmare.

Maynard, a congenital amputee who was born with no elbows or knees, is scheduled to make his amateur MMA debut Saturday night at an event at the Auburn Covered Arena. The fight is shrouded in controversy, with critics claiming Maynard's entry demonstrates a serious need for an athletics regulatory body in Alabama and that it also exposes the dark side of MMA, where greedy promoters cut corners and care little about potentially serious injuries to fighters.

"This could do a lot of damage to the sport and hurt a lot of people," said J.J. Cornell, whose Casca-Grossa apparel company has sponsored numerous fighters, including Maynard as a grappler and MMA light heavyweight champ Forrest Griffin. "I hate it for Kyle, because I respect ... him and what he's accomplished, but this (fight) looks like a scheme to sell tickets. There are a lot of people who are (ticked off) about this going down."

The controversy surrounding the fight has reached such a level that the event's organizer, Maynard's promoter David Oblas, (Left - who was suspended as a Promoter by the ISCF back on May 10th, 2005 for Failure to Comply with Mandatory ISCF Sanctioning Requirements - Basically Cutting Corners.) is refusing to reveal the name of Maynard's opponent out of fear that the fighter will be pressured into backing out.

All Oblas would reveal is that the opponent is from Wisconsin and has competed in two prior MMA fights. The debate over Maynard largely centers around one issue: whether he is a legitimate contender or the too-trusting victim of a rogue promoter. Many in the MMA community -- from fans to fighters to officials in the sport -- believe Maynard's disability, which has left him with arms that end at the elbow and legs that end well above the knee, limit his ability to protect his head from direct blows. MMA fighters kick and punch -- both while standing and when on the ground -- and use a variety of martial arts and grappling techniques to incapacitate an opponent or force submission. Critics see no way that Maynard won't end up severely beaten and possibly seriously injured, which would result in negative publicity for a sport that has made strides in recent years to shed its barbaric image






WEDNESDAY, April 22nd, 2009, AT 10:00 PM/PST


IBL...Behind The Scenes...


Although you may not see a lot of news being posted here, that doesn't mean the IBL Staff has been on vacation. There have been a lot of discussion about many issues discovered last year by everyone involved that related to issues such as team travel funding, finding fighters to fill the weightclasses, home event scheduling, Media exposure and other things.

When the time is right the IBL will post a lot of this great news right here on the IBL News page. So don't lose the excitement. The IBL is strongly looking forward to the 2009 IBL Season to begin this Fall!

IBL MYSPACE!
One thing the IBL has finally created is the new IBL Myspace page. The page was created today and the IBL has yet to market it much to add any friends. Maybe you can be the next friend added, just go to www.myspace.com/IBLFights They plan to add a lot more to it so keep checking back to it. In the mean time, keep motivated and get ready to...








TUESDAY, April 21st, 2009, AT 8:20 PM, PT


Results From Valley Fight League & Combat in the Cage's
"3rd Offense"
April 11th, 2009 - Leesburg, Virginia, USA



The 17th Mixed Martial Arts event for Promoter Lionell Royer was a joint venture provided by Squared Circle Promotions and Combat in the Cage Incorporated with Promoters Lionell Royer and Ed Shu respectively. This was a fantastic show from start to finish! Squared Circle Promotions and Combat in the Cage had met in New Jersey several months ago, and decided to join forces to provide the residents of Leesburg, Virginia with an exciting experience of Mixed Martial Arts. The event was recorded for TV production and internet viewing. The tele-commentators from Philadelphia, PA were Promoter Ed Shu and co-commentator and MMA fighter, Kasheem Peterson. This is the second time that Kasheem has graced us with his presence. He provides a unique flavor and excitement to the show.

Not only is Ed Shu one of the promoters of this event, he also performed the function of Ring Announcer. The DJ was Illah. He set the tone to kick off the event and kept the spectators and fighters motivated with some great music until the final bell rang!! Irvin Barb brought a great audio system with him and it sounded great! Thanks Illah and Irvin!

Judges, Regan Thompson, Mike Moler, and Maxine Locklear-Thomas, had their hands full with this event. The fights were extremely well matched. In the instances where a decision had to be rendered, they were extremely close in their scoring with unanimous decisions on each bout. Referee Gary Crim kept the action moving and ensured that safety was top priority. There were no major injuries in the cage! Ring Physicians, Dr. Sandra Winiewicz did a magnificent job getting all of the fighters' examinations completed prior to the event and was attentive to the fighters when needed by referee Crim.

Finally, the staff of the Douglas Community Center did a magnificent job getting the Community Center prepared for this event, Thanks ;-) ! Well - it's time to reveal the results of this action packed event, but first … the "Fighter of the night "went to Joey Gambino - Joey started the fight with a huge body slam and continued his pursue to glory… The referee stopped the bout due to strikes while simultaneously his opponent was tapping due to a quick rear naked choke being applied and Joey obtained his victory by TKO. This was an extremely difficult decision. Marty Kusick, Bret Thomas and Tom Desmond all showed great fighting skill, big hearts and great sportsmanship. If there was a sportsman of the night, it would have to go to Tom Desmond. He demonstrated true professionalism and determination even through defeat. Congratulations to these Warriors!!!


  1. AMATEUR MMA Bantamweight
    Matt Gaugler VS Lance Umholtz
    Winner: Lance Umholtz by submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:09 or round 1.

  2. AMATEUR MMA Middleweight
    Matt Gaugler VS Peter Nwaorgu
    Winner: Peter Nwaorgu by TKO at 1:22 of round 1.
    Matt Gaugler was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO

  3. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    Chauncey Gnagey VS Roy A Miller
    Winner: Chaucey Gnagney at the end of round 1 due to Roy Miller not able to return due to a rib injury.
  4. AMATEUR MMA Lightweight
    David Price VS Joey Gambino
    Winner: Joey Gambino by TKO at :27 of round 1.
    David Price was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO.


  5. AMATEUR MMA Heavyweight
    Jonathan Monninger VS Michael Hirsch
    Winner: Jonathan Monninger by TKO at 2:30 of round 2.
    Mike Hirsch was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO.


  6. AMATEUR MMA Featherweight
    Ian Salerno VS Roy Smith
    Winner: Ian Salerno by submission (Chicken Wing) at :34 of round 1.

  7. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    Frank Lauro Jr. VS Clinton Brown
    Bout Scatched - Frank Lauro weighed in at 173.6, Clinton Brown did not accept the bout as a catch weight; Clinton Brown weighed in at 160.
  8. AMATEUR MMA Middleweight
    Lamel Grace VS Josh Butts
    Winner: Lamel Grace by unanimous decision 28-30, 28-29, and 27-30.

  9. AMATEUR MMA Bantamweight
    Bret Thomas VS Tom Desmond
    Winner: Bret Thomas by unanimous decision, all 3 judges scored the bout 30-27.
    This was ONE great fight! Thomas came out with some great strikes, catching Desmond within the first few seconds. Desmond was able to withstand the initial attack and came to his feet to restart the match. Unfortunately Thomas regained control and took Desmond back to the mat and attempted a rear naked choke. It looked as if the match was over, but somehow Desmond was able to escape the rear naked and obtained topside just before the end of the round.
    Round 2 started by Desmond throwing a couple of leg kicks, Thomas returned with a few leg kicks of his own. Desmond set the pace with a couple of great strikes, Thomas answered with a right and downed Desmond, it looked as if the match was over. However, Desmond was able to overcome and returned to his feet once again. Thomas controlled the rest of the round and took Desmond to the mat. Desmond attempted an armbar, but Thomas was able to escape.
    The last round started as Desmond demonstrated great sportsmanship by offering his hand, once the bell rang, it was all business - Desmond obviously knew he was behind in the scorecard, he began to strike and connected on some big shots. Thomas once again connected with his right and downed Desmond. Desmond again returned to his feet and was ready to battle. The fighters returned to the mat and Desmond attempted the armbar submission again, but Thomas escaped just prior to the bell. The judges returned their score; all three judges scored the bout at 30-27 for a unanimous decision for Thomas.

  10. AMATEUR MMA Featherweight
    Bruce Lee Baker VS Marty Kusick
    Winner: Marty Kusick by submission (armbar) at 1:05 of round 1.
    Marty Kusick entered the ring and the crowd went absolutely Wild! It appeared that the entire population of Leesburg came out to watch Marty Kusick fight this MMA bout! Well, Marty didn't let this audience down and attacked immediately. He took his opponent to the mat and once theret, he secured an armbar and submitted Baker.

  11. AMATEUR MMA Welterweight
    Cory Popanz VS Sam Anderson
    Winner: Cory Popanz by submission (triangle choke) at 2:38 of round 1.
    Popanz started his attack early with some great strikes, Anderson answered with a takedown and ended up in side control, he was able to transition to Popanz's back, but was unable to obtain the rear naked choke. As Popanz guarded against the rear naked choke he was able to reverse Anderson and then return to his feet. Anderson once again took Popanz to the mat, however Popanz was prepared and submitted Anderson with a triangle choke.
  12. AMATEUR MMA Heavyweight
    Joe Mcguigan VS Frank Armstrong II
    Winner: Joe Mcguigan by unanimous decision, 27-30, 27-30 and 28-30.
    These Heavy weights came to fight! This was a well match bout. Both fighters came out striking then went to the ground to continued their battle. Mcguigan was warned for attempting to stomp his opponent.
    The 2nd round started with these giants clinching, both trying to get the best position, Armstrong II received an unintentional knee to the groin - the referee called time and Armstrong was able to get some well deserved rest. The bout restarted and Mcguigan pushed Armstrong against the cage. Armstrong was able to secure his underhooks and put Mcguigan against the cage, both guys were working for the opportunity to initiate a takedown. Anderson pulled guard and Mcguigan threw a couple of hammerfist before the round ended.
    The final round began with both throwing strikes, Mcguigan appeared to get the better strikes in, but Anderson wasn't ready to end the fight and threw a few knees that barely missed their mark. Apparently both fighters were exhausted and the tempo slowed, Anderson received a hit to the face and began to bleed from his lower lip. The bell sounded and the bout went to the judges, judge 1 scored the bout 28-30 Judge two 27-30 and judge three 27-30, a unanimous decision for Joe Mcguigan.

  13. AMATEUR MMA Light Heavyweight: Jarreau Mobley VS James Michael Mazronatis
    Bout Scratched due to weight difference - NEITHER fighter was ever registered with the ISCF, and both are still not.

  14. AMATEUR MMA Featherweight: **Ryan Mackin VS Steven Baker
    Winner: Ryan Mackin by TKO at :45 of round 2.
    Steve Baker was issued a 30 day suspension due to the TKO.

    The main event was a highly anticipated bout. Mackin started this bout off with a single leg / slam takedown. Mackin controlled Baker while staying in his guard. Mackin was able to move Baker to the cage and was able to secure side control. Mackin threw an illegal knee and received a warning from the referee. Baker attempted a submission by triangle choke, but Mackin was able to defend and ended up in mount position just prior to hearing the sound of the bell.
    The 2nd round began and Mackin connected a solid right to the chin, he continued his attack with a takedown and more strikes. The referee had seen enough and ended the bout by referee stoppage due to strikes. Mackin won the by TKO.





FRIDAY, April 10th, 2009, AT 7:30 PM, PT



THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION...


Valley Fight League & Combat in the Cage Presents
"3rd Offense"
Leesburg, Virginia, USA







MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND


Full Contact Inc. Presents
"Xtreme Gladiators"
Council Bluffs, Iowa, USA



SPECIAL NOTE
No Fight Card was submitted for this event due to lack of committed fighters and other matchmaking issues.

ISCF SANCTIONING WAS PULLED ON THIS EVENT THE DAY OF THE EVENT!
A GROUP CALLED THE OMAHA FIGHT CLUB TOOK OVER THE EVENT
AND IT WAS A NON SANCTIONED EVENT.


Additional investigation showed many fights that the
OMAHA FIGHT CLUB matchmakes are PROS VS AMATEURS!

3 OF THEIR 9 AMATEUR CHAMPIONS ARE ALL PRO FIGHTERS
Jesse Norton
Brad Scholten
Andy Smith





THURSDAY, April 9th, 2009, AT 10:50 PM, PT


Results From Mid Missouri MMA Association's
"MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 13"
April 4th, 2009 - Moberly, Missouri, USA



Results By Chuck Wolfe ISCF World Representative.

  1. MIDDLEWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Jeff Stoneking VS Leonard Dawson*
    WINNER: Jeff Stoneking by Split-Decision, 29-28, 29-28 and 28-29.

  2. HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Gabe Wainwright* VS Robert Phillipus
    WINNER: Robert Phillipus by Tap Out (Strikes) at :51 of Round 1.

  3. LIGHTWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Rob Ray VS Tyler Bounds
    WINNER: Tyler Bounds by TKO (Strikes) at 1:19 of Round 1.
    Rob Ray, Medical Suspension 30 days due to TKO Referee Stoppage from (Strikes) from 4/5/09 to 5/5/09.

  4. LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Edvardo Ramos* VS James Keith
    WINNER: James Keith by Tap Out (Kamora) at 2:10 of Round 1.

  5. HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Eric Jones VS Chris Barron
    WINNER: Chris Barron by Tap Out (Strikes) at 1:01 of Round 1.

  6. LIGHTWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Ryan Bresnahan VS Corey Innis
    WINNER: Ryan Bresnahan by Tap Out (Strikes) at 2:48 of Round 2.

  7. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Rusty Knopfel VS Cam Moore
    WINNER: Rusty Knopfel by TKO (Strikes) at 1:56 of Round 1.
    Cam Moore - Medical Suspension 30 days due to TKO Referee Stoppage from (Strikes) from 4/5/09 to 5/5/09.

  8. LIGHTWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Robbie Kristler* VS Mike Kirkendoll*
    WINNER: Mike Kirkendoll by Unanimous Decision, 29-28 all Cards.

  9. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Danny Edwards* VS Jordan Searcy*
    WINNER: Danny Edwards by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:14 of Round 2.
  10. FEATHERWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Daniel McKinney, VS Jerry Taylor
    WINNER: Jerry Taylor by TKO (Strikes) at :58 of Round 3.
    Daniel McKinney - Medical Suspension 30 days due to TKO Referee Stoppage from (Strikes) from 4/5/09 to 5/5/09.
  11. AMATEUR MMA
    Ryan Holliger** VS Lee Werr
    WINNER: Lee Werr by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:18 of Round 2.

  12. AMATEUR MMA
    Kyle Carver VS Todd Sutton
    WINNER: Kyle Carver By Unanimous Decision, 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28.

  13. HEAVYWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Chris Nichols** VS Anthony Slater
    WINNER: Anthony Slater by Tap Out (Strikes) at :45 of Round 1.
  14. MIDDLEWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Christopher Spencer VS Rodney Collier
    WINNER: Rodney Collier by Tap Out (Guillotine Choke) at 1:56 of Round 1.

  15. LIGHTWEIGHTS AMATEUR MMA
    Kyle Rogers VS Caleb Paffrath
    WINNER: Kyle Rogers by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:25 of Round 1







MORE ISCF RESULTS...


Results From Capital Entertainment LLC's
"BATTLE AT THE BEACH "ROUND 6"
April 4th, 2009 - Osage Beach, Missouri, USA



By ISCF Representative Robert Geiser


  1. LIGHTWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Robert Basney (1-2) VS Cody White (1-1).
    WINNER: CODY WHITE by TKO (Due to Strikes) at 1:02 of Round One.
    Basney - Medical Suspension 30 days due to TKO from (Strikes).

  2. LIGHTWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    John Withers (1-0) VS Nathan Van Luven (0-1)
    WINNER: WITHERS by TAP OUT (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:58 of Round Two.

  3. BANTAMWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Pat Cash (0-1) VS John Allison (3-0)
    WINNER: ALLISON by Tap Out (Arm Bar) at 1:01 of Round One.

  4. CRUISERWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Cameron Moffat (1-1) VS Cliff Wilkes (0-1)
    WINNER: MOFFAT by Verbal Submission (Due to Strikes) at 2:51 of Round One.

  5. FEATHERWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Kenny Duff (1-2) VS Brad Sandfort (1-2)
    WINNER: SANDFORT by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:34 of Round One.

  6. CRUISERWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Sean Ryno (1-0) VS James Nichols (0-2).
    WINNER: RYNO by UNANIMOUS DECISION 28-29, 28-29, 29-28.
    Eric Emmerson was not cleared by fight doctor to fight.

  7. SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    David Taylor (1-0) VS Chris Colb (0-1).
    WINNER: TAYLOR by Tap Out (Due to Strikes) at 1:56 of Round One.

  8. MIDDLEWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Cameron Weider (1-1) VS Claudio Cobian (2-4)
    WINNER: WEIDER by Tap Out (Guillotine) at :48 of Round One.

  9. HEAVYWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Jason Patton (3-0) VS Mike Hall (0-1)
    WINNER: PATTON by UNANIMOUS DECISION 27-30, 27-30, 27-30.

  10. FLYWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Aaron Jones (0-2) VS Dustin Shoecraft(1-0)
    WINNER: Shoecraft by TAP OUT (Due to Strikes) at 1:31 of Round One.

  11. LIGHTWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Jeremy Mueller (3-0) VS Brent Applegate (0-1).
    WINNER: MUELLER by Tap Out (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:21 of Round One.

  12. LIGHTWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Nick Skiver (3-0) VS Cory Culler (0-1).
    WINNER: SKIVER by TAP OUT (Due to Strikes) at 1:12 of Round One.

  13. LIGHTWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Josh Casiano (2-1) VS Jordan Howard (7-2).
    WINNER: HOWARD by TAP OUT (Arm Bar) at 2:00 of Round One.

  14. FLYWEIGHT AMATEUR MMA
    Daniel Jeffers (1-2) VS Nick Fannin (5-2).
    WINNER: FANNIN by Doctors Stoppage (Due to Strikes) at end of Round One.




FRIDAY, April 3rd, 2009, AT 11:00 PM, PT




THIS WEEKENDS ISCF ACTION!


Capital Entertainment LLC Presents
"BATTLE AT THE BEACH "ROUND 6"
Osage Beach, Missouri, USA






MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!


Mid Missouri MMA Association Presents
"MID-MO-FIGHT SHOW 13"
Moberly, Missouri, USA







MORE ISCF ACTION THIS WEEKEND!


Top Ranked Martial Arts Presents
"NORTH AMERICAN CHALLENGE 24"
North Vancouver, BC, Canada



11:55 PM, FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 2009
AMATEUR MMA FIGHT LIST HAS YET TO BE RECEIVED
AT THIS TIME NO BOUTS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE ISCF
- CLICK HERE FOR NEW ISCF RULE FOR AMATEUR MATCHMAKING -





WEDNESDAY, April 1st, 2009, AT 8:45 PM, PT


Results from Bad Boy's Promotions LLC's
"Taking Lofollette By Storm"
March 28th, 2009 - Jacksboro, Tennessee, USA



Bad Boy Promotions and Promoter Tracy Headly hosted their first ever MMA event "Taking Lafollette by Storm" at the Staff Sergeant Barton Siler National Guard Armory in Jacksboro, Tennessee. The National Guard Armory is named in honor of SSG Barton Siler; he was killed during convoy operations 25 May 2005 while assigned to Troop A, 278th Regimental Support Squadron, 278th Armored Calvary Regiment.

The spectators cheered every warrior as if they were the hometown favorite, apparently the residents of Tennessee have wanted Mixed Martial Arts to come into their region for some time now, well Bad Boy Promotions provided the residents with exactly what they were wanting. Ring Announcer, Sean Crow, traveled from Cherokee, North Carolina and successfully encouraged the audience to get involved with the action (only verbally supporting the fighters of course!). The DJ, Alex Thomas, who previously provided DJ services to MMA events, kept the music coming for the fighters as they prepared for and entered the ring; there was also a live band from the local area that performed during intermission.

Although none of the bouts went to a decision, the bouts were fierce and full of action!! Referee Ricky Pitcock ensured that safety remained first priority; there were no major injuries in the cage! Ring Physician Jan Robbins, and his EMS crew from the Campbell County EMS: EMS Director Danny Sheckles, Paramedic Steve Smith, Paramedic Russell Lester, EMT-IV Chris Demott and EMT-IV student Summer Bratcher did a fantastic job getting all of the fighters' examinations completed prior to the event. This was the first MMA event for the majority of the fighters; therefore, Dr. Robbins and his EMS staff monitored the fighters closely just prior, during, and immediately after their bouts. The staff of the Armory, managed by Staff Sergeant Marlow ensured that the venue was properly prepared for the event. He and his lovely wife went out of their way to assist the promoter in setting up chairs, granting access to computers and printers, and allowed the use of one of the armory's storage warehouse; we really appreciated their assistance - thanks ;-)!

Here are the nights Results!

  1. Grappling Match
    Eddie Young, Lafollette, Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 175, 6'2", 4-5-92, Jerry Young, (423) 907-9869
    VS Austin Ayers, Lafollette, Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 170, 5'8", 3-22-92, Brandon Ayers, (423) 562-6394
    Winner: Eddie Young by Arm Bar at 1:32 or round 1.

  2. Amateur MMA Featherweight
    Jerry Dale Young, Lafollette Tennessee, USA, 1-0, 145, 5'5", 5-29-90, Self, (423) 907-9869
    VS Brett Lee, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, 145, 6'1", 11-18-86, Mike Kirkham, (910) 410-9922
    Winner: Jerry Young by TKO at 1:06 of round 1.
  3. Amateur MMA Lightweight
    Robert Kitts, Jacksboro Tennessee, USA, 1-0, 145, 5'10", 5-8-90, Steve Leach, (423) 494-1186
    VS Mark Papa, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, 155, 5'10", 11-14-83, Mike Kirkham, (910) 410-9922
    Winner: Robert Kitts by TKO at 2:30 of round 1.
  4. Exhibition
    Davie Evans, Jacksboro Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 175, 5'11", 12-7-88, Steve Leach, (423) 494-1186
    VS Andrew Headley, Lafollette, Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 175, 5'11", 8-11-86, Steve Leach, (423) 494-1180

  5. Amateur MMA Light Heavyweight - Catch Weight
    Mark Gasque, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 0-0, 211, 6'1", 5-26-74, Mike Kirkham, (910) 778-4911
    VS David Wilson, Lafollette Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 200, 6'0", 6-10-77, Brett, (423) 201-0289
  6. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Kevin Jones, Jellico, Tennessee, USA, 1-0, 163, 5'9", 12-13-87, self, (910) 496-6622
    VS Justin Miller, Kodak, Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 160, 5'8", 6-29-87, Self, (865) 360-5916
    Winner: Kevin Jones by tap out (Guillotine choke) at :20 of round 1.

  7. Amateur MMA Bantamweight
    JoJo Stringfield, Richmond Virginia, USA, 1-0, 135, 5'7", 2-13-81, Joe Gray, (804) 550-5115
    VS Brandon Ayers, Lafollette Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 135, 5'5", 4-22-86, Self, (423) 562-6394
    Winner: Jojo Stringfield at the end of round 1 due to opponent unable to continue.

  8. Amateur MMA Bantamweight
    Steve Bragg, Lafollette, Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 134, 5'7", 12-14-90, Jerry Young
    VS Chris Siler, Lafollette, Tennessee, USA, 0-0, 135, 6'2", 4-26-85, Steve Leach, (423) 494-1186
  9. Amateur MMA Lightweight
    Tim Cedillo, Williamsburg, Kentucky, USA, 0-2, 155, 5'9", 4-27-85, Tim Hendrix, (606) 261-4718
    VS Mike Kirkham, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 1-0, 155, 6'9", 5-1-80, Self, (910) 482-9922
    Winner: Mark Kirkham by tap out (Guillotine Choke) at :11 of round 1.

  10. Amateur MMA Lightweight
    Jason Wilt, Harrogate Tennessee, USA, 1-0, 155, 6'2", 1-25-84, Ryan Burton, (423) 489-5195
    VS Gregory Harman, Richmond, Virginia, USA, 0-1, 150, 6'1", 10-5-70, Brian Cultheria, (804) 475-4136 804-475-4136
    Winner: Jason Wilt by submission (Standing Guillotine Choke) at :09 of round 1.

  11. Amateur MMA Welterweight
    Michael Morelli, Middlesboro Kentucky, USA, 1-0, 165, 5'8", 1-5-88, Mark Silvers, (937) 456-7255
    VS Albert Avery, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 0-1, 169, 5'10", 8-6-82, Mike Kirkham, (910) 410-9922
    Winner: Michael Morelli by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:59 of round 2.

  12. Amateur MMA Middleweight
    Chad Hurley Bulls Gap, Tennessee, USA, 0-3, 185, 7-28-76, Self
    VS William Bratz, Fairview, North Carolina, USA, 1-0, 185, 6'4", 0-0-00, Johnny Husky, WC Shootfighting, (828) 231-4591
    Winner: Billy Bratz by TKO at :22 of round 1.
  13. Amateur MMA Light Heavyweight
    Danny Ramsey, New Tazwell, Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 205, 5'11", 2-19-78, Ryan Burton, (423) 489-5195
    VS Kelly Anundson, Reno, Nevada, USA, 4-0, 205, 5'11", 08-29-84, Jeff Harmon, (803) 463 5900
    Winner: Kelly Anundson by TKO at 1:37 of round 1.
  14. Amateur MMA Heavyweight catch weight
    Chris Braden, Lake City Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 272, 5'11", 9-8-87, Paul Crane, (865) 924-7376
    VS Moses Avery, Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA, 1-0, 250.5, 6'2", 6-10-81, Mike Kirkman, (910) 482-9922
    Winner: Moses Braden by TKO at :42 of round 1.
  15. Amateur MMA Light Heavyweight (Female)
    Heather Martin, Jackson, Tennessee, USA, 0-1, 186, 5'5", 11-1-82, Ashley Wheat, (731) 554-1827
    VS Danielle Kimery, Afton, Tennessee, USA, 1-0-, 190, 5'7", 7-25-90, Self, (423) 329-1586
    Winner: Danielle Kimery by Tap Out due to Strikes (TKO) at 1:27 of the round 1.




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Results From Apex Xtreme Engagement LLC's
"AXE Adrenaline"
March 28th, 2009 - Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA



"ADRENALINE" says it all....
AXE EXTREME CAGE FIGHTING put on another great show!


  1. Amateur MMA: Bantamweight
    *Cody Camphouse, 135, 5'7", 0-1, Primos, Blackfoot, Idaho
    vs Joe Aguirre 135, 5'8, 3-1, Team Davis, Blackfoot, Idaho
    Winner by Unanimous Decision Joe Aguire Gilbert 27-30 Howell 27-30 Grossman 26-30.
    Referee: Andrew Porter

  2. Amateur MMA: Catchweight
    Justin Erickson 148, 5'7, 4-5, Independent, Inkom, Idaho
    VS David Robinson 158, 5'9", 5-1, Idaho Falls, Idaho
    Winner by Verbal Tapout 1:27 of Round 1 David Robinson Referee: Andrew Poerter

  3. Amateur MMA: Middleweight
    Steven Later, 179, 6'1, 0-2, Idaho Falls, Idaho
    VS *Kort Spencer 183, 6', 1-0, Team Davis, Pocatello, Idaho
    Winner by Rear Naked Choke Hold 1:00 of Round 1, Kort Spencer.
    Referee: Jason Green

  4. Amateur MMA: Lightweight
    *Trey Sykes 150, 5'6", 1-0, Blackfoot, Idaho
    vs William Cook 153, 6', 0-2, Victor, Idaho
    Winner by Arm Triangle 1:14 of Round 2 Trey Sykes
    Referee: Jason Green

  5. Amateur MMA: Middleweight
    Steve Pillot 175, 6', 2-4, Combat Fitness, Boise, Idaho
    vs Corey Stinson 172, 5'11, 1-2, Team Davis, Idaho Falls, Idaho
    Winner by Disqualification at 1:16 of Round 3 Steve Pillot Referee: Andrew Porter

  6. Amateur MMA: Middleweight
    Adam Anthony 173, 6'5", 1-1, Sprawl & Brawl, Idaho Falls, Idaho
    vs *Josh Neathery 174, 5'8", 2-0, Driggs, Idaho
    Winner by Tapout 2:53 of Round 1 Josh Neathery
    Referee: Andrew Porter

  7. Amateur MMA: Lightweight
    *David Lester 145, 5'7", 0-1, Boise, Idaho
    vs *Cody Christensen 150, 5'9", 1-0, Grace, Idaho
    Winner by Rear Naked Choke :56 of Round 1 Cody Christensen Referee: Jason Green

  8. Amateur MMA: Lightweight
    EJ Cardona 150, 6', 1-3, Primos, Blackoot, Idaho
    VS Jordan (JC) Chandler 147, 5'8", 4-1, Folley's MMA, Pocatello, Idaho
    Winner by Triangle Choke 1:20 of Round 2 Jordan Chandler Referee: Jason Green

  9. Amateur MMA: Light Heavyweight
    *Samuel "Trey" Phillips
    VS 203, 5'8", 6-2, Team Beast MMA, Boise, Idaho Tyson Johnson 210, 6'5", 9-2, Team Davis, Idaho Falls, Idaho
    Winner by Referee Stopage :55 of Round 1 Tyson Johnson Referee: Andrew Porter





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