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WEDNESDAY, December 17th, 2013, AT 11:20 AM/ PST

Rest In Peace
Tom Laughlin
More Remembered As Billy Jack


TUESDAY, December 17th, 2013, AT 9:30 AM/ PST

Results From 24 Karats Promotions'
December 6th, 2013 - Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

  • WHO: 24 Karats Promotions
  • WHERE: Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
  • WHAT: IKF Pro & Amateur Muay Thai
  • & IKF Event Representative: Felix Perez
  • IKF Event Referee: Gabriel Peralta
  • IKF Judges: Belisario Dominguez, Ruben Muro and Jorge Gutierrez
  • Ringside Physician (MD): Dr. Arturo Flores & Cruz Roja
  • IKF Timekeeper: TBA
  • Promoter: 24 Karats Promotions

  1. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight 62.31 kg - 64.54 kg
    Ramon Lozano (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 1-0, Sanda Club Xallitic) VS Arturo Cuevas (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 1-0, Devil Dogs)
    WINNER: Ramon Lozano by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-27, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-27, Judge Ruben Muro 29-27.

  2. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight 62.31 kg - 64.54 kg
    Bernardo Piedras (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 2-0, Sanda Club Xallitic) VS Felipe Vazquez (Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico 2-1, Veracruz Top Team)
    WINNER: Bernardo Piedras by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-27, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-27, Judge Ruben Muro 30-27.
    Felipe was knocked down once in the third round.

  3. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Light Heavyweight - 78.3 kg - 81.4 kg
    Gustavo Montero (Xalapa Veracruz, México, 1-1,Cobra's Gym) VS Carlos Cuevas (Xalapa Veracruz, México 2-0, Siluets Gym)
    WINNER: Carlos Cuevas by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-27, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-28, Judge Ruben Muro 30-27.

  4. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight 62.31 kg - 64.54 kg
    Saul Cortes (Xalapa Veracruz, México, 2-0, Sanda Club Xallitic) VS Juan Martinez (Coatepec,Veracruz, México 1-1, Ratchaburana)
    WINNER: Saul Cortes by KO (Knees to the face) 2.

  5. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight 75.1 kg - 78.2 kg
    Martin Mora (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 5-1, Siluets Gym) VS Ivan Valenzuela (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico 7-0, Veracruz Top Team)
    WINNER: Ivan Valenzuela by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 29-27, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 29-28, Judge Ruben Muro 29-27.

  6. IKF Pro Men Full Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight 60.04 kg - 62.27 kg
    Mario Rodriguez (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 8-3, Sitsongpeenong Gym) VS Abraham Lopez (México DF, México 5-0, Nak Robe)
    WINNER: Mario Rodriguez by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 49-47, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 49-46, Judge Ruben Muro 49-47.
    It was an action packed fight with Mario controlling the pace from the first round with his distance, not allowing his shorter opponent to get him with his in fighting style. Mario dominated the fight out kicking his opponent for 5 rounds.

  7. IKF Amateur Women Full Muay Thai Rules Bantamweight 53.22 kg - 55.45 kg
    Paola Estudillo (Veracruz,Veracruz, México, 1-1 Veracruz Top Team) VS Laura Santiago (Atizapan Estado de México, México 3-0, Killer Dogs)
    WINNER: Laura Santiago by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-25, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-26, Judge Ruben Muro 30-26.
    Paola was knocked down once in the second round.

  8. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight 66.9 kg - 69.5 kg
    Carlos Platas (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 6-2-1, Sanda Club Xallitic) VS Freddy Hernandez (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico 4-2, Siluets Gym)
    WINNER: Carlos Platas by KO (knee to the face)

  9. IKF Amateur Men Full Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight 66.9 kg - 69.5 kg
    Hazael Vazquez (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 8-4,Cobra's Gym) VS Alek Martinez (Veracruz,Veracruz,Mexico 5-0, Veracruz Top Team)
    WINNER: Alek Martinez by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-27, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-27, Judge Ruben Muro 29-27.

  10. IKF Pro Men Full Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight
    Antonio "Tony" Rodriguez (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 3-0, Sitsongpeenong Gym) VS Omar Acosta (Atizapan,Estado de Mexico, Mexico 3-1, Killer Dogs)
    WINNER: Antonio "Tony" Rodriguez by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 50-45, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 50-45, Judge Ruben Muro 50-45.
    Omar Acosta was 2kg overweight at the weigh in. It was a technical fight with Tony controlling the pace of the fight, from the first round to the last to get him the unanimous decision.

  11. IKF Amateur Women Full Muay Thai Rules Featherweight 57.77 kg - 60 kg
    Yenisei Alarcon (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 2-0, Sanda Club Xallitic) VS Raquel Martinez (Xalapa Veracruz,Mexico 1-0, Siluets Gym)
    WINNER: Yenisei Alarcon by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 30-26, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 30-26, Judge Ruben Muro 30-26.
    Raquel Martinez was knocked down once in the third round.

  12. IKF Pro Men Full Muay Thai Rules Featherweight 55.50 kg - 57.72 kg
    Irving " Mikro" Rodriguez (Xalapa Veracruz, Mexico, 2-1,Sitsongpeenong Gym) VS Alejandro Buenrostro (Mexico DF, Mexico 3-1,Muay Thai Cobras)
    WINNER: Alejandro Buenrostro by unanimous decision, Judge Belisario Dominguez 48-47, Judge Jorge Gutierrez 49-47, Judge Ruben Muro 49-48.
    It was an action packed fight with Buenrostro controlling the first couple of rounds, scoring a knock down over Rodriguez in the third round. After the knock down Rodriguez recovered and won the last two rounds. However it was not enough since Buenrostro did more damage during the first three rounds to get him the unanimous decision.

FRIDAY, December 13th, 2013, AT 9:30 PM/ PST

UFC And The Driving
Dana White!


WEDNESDAY, December 11th, 2013, AT 6:15 PM/ PST

UFC Signs 11 Female Strawweight Fighters
For Their New Women's Division

Of Them Are IKF Champions!

UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) President Dana White has confirmed today that they have been assigned 11 female strawweight fighter contracts for the organization. The 115-pound women will be part of 20th season of The Ultimate Fighter in May 2014. White said the remaining spots on the show will be filled with an open tryout.

The season winner will be crowned the first UFC Women's Strawweight Champion.

"The women's 135-pound division in the UFC has been amazing and we know there are a ton of talented women's mixed martial artists out there," White said in a statement.

"Now, you'll see even more great women's bouts in the UFC with the addition of the 115-pound division. We're excited to crown the first-ever UFC women's strawweight champion in 2014 after a historic season of The Ultimate Fighter."

It was only one month ago that the organization was showing interest to open a new UFC women's division

Filming for the show will begin on May 18 but a debut date for the first episode has not been announced yet. In an interview White said that the participants likely will be coached by men, but isn't ruling out female coaches. He added that a date and location for the show's finale and title fight has yet to be determined.

"The fans like it, I'm thrilled with it, and we're going to dive into the 115-pound division," White said. "We're invested, we're in, as far as the women go."

White said the UFC will continue to work with Invicta, which he said would rebuild its strawweight division.

"We'll continue to work with them and other promoters," he said.

Approximately one year ago, White signed Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey to a contract when a broadcast deal with the promotion's television partner, Showtime, failed to materialize. Rousey became the UFC first ever women's Bantamweight Champion.

More Women MMA Fighters made their debut in the octagon when Rousey headlined UFC 157 opposite Liz Carmouche. In March, the UFC recruited male and female bantamweights as contestants on "The Ultimate Fighter 18," which featured Rousey and ex-Strikeforce champ Miesha Tate as coaches. White said the success of the co-ed season opened the door for the first all-women season of the show.

White said that the fighters in the new division will not compete before next May, allowing them to be healthy for the upcoming TUF season.

  • Tecia Torres
  • Felice Herrig
  • Joanne Calderwood
  • Carla Esparza
  • Claudia Gadelha
  • Rose Namajunas
    • Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
    • 2-1 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • A: 4-0
    • Unranked

  • Bec Hyatt
    • Brisbane, Queensland Australia
    • 5-3 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • Unranked

  • Emily Kagan
    • Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
    • 3-1 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • Unranked

  • Alex Chambers
    • St. Ives, New South Wales, Australia
    • 4-1 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • Unranked

  • Julianna Lima
    • Belo Horizonte, Minas, Gerais, Brazil
    • 6-1 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • Unranked

  • Paige Van Zant
    • Sparks, Nevada, USA
    • 3-1 As A Pro MMA Fighter.
    • 1-0 As An Amateur MMA
    • Fought under the ISCF as an Amateur Fighter
    • Unranked

TUESDAY, December 10th, 2013, AT 9:20 PM/ PST

Results From Pete Foley's
"Rumble In The Bay"
December 7th, 2013 - Galway, Ireland

The "Rumble In The Bay" International Kickboxing promotion in Leisureland, Salthill was a resounding success for Pete Foley and his Black Dragon team and one which saw a new World Champion from the beautiful West Of Ireland being crowned. Gary "Slick" Manogue is surely one of the most deserving fighters on this Island to win such a prestigious title. He has consistently proved his worth with some spectacular victories both here, in the UK and in mainland Europe over the last 6 or 7 years. When he entered the ring on Saturday night, he was greeted with thunderous applause from the one thousand strong army of fight fans. When the action got underway, he proceeded to hunt his Italian opponent down with the ferocity and aggression that saw many an opponent who shared a ring with him fall to the canvas.

The second round saw the Italian champion, Alessandro Disnan, regain some composure. He was able to prove he wasn't just over for a holiday as he cracked Manogue with a straight right hand (the classic answer to a southpaw) that had many in the audience concerned. But Gary shook it off and answered back with a hook, cross, hook combination that landed flush on his opponents jaw and the lights went out for Disnan and it was all over! A new superstar was born and Gary "Slick" Manogue had won the IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight World Title by knockout!!

The roof in Leisureland almost came off, such was the roar of the fight fans and with it, the celebrations got underway almost immediately. Gary wishes to extend a huge word of thanks to his main sponsor "The Eastside Inn" in Ballybane and to John Butler Sports Injury Clinic and of course to all his friends, fight fans, club mates and family who supported him all the way. He has dedicated his victory to his late Father James... RIP and his brother James... RIP.

Another big scheduled fight on the night was for the IKF Amateur K-1 Rules European Title. Galways Irish Champion Bryan "Mayhem" Merrigan, who was kindly sponsored by the Mayfly Inn in Oughterard, was matched with Norweigan fighter Marius Sjursaeter. Sjursaeter however, was seriously injured in a sparring session a week previous to the bout and the fight was in danger of being cancelled. However the Norwegian camp came up with a last minute replacement in the form of Alexander Jacobsen, a veteran of 120 amateur boxing contests and the former Norwegian Amateur Boxing champion. He was also a formidable MMA fighter with experience in K-1. The fight went ahead and Jacobsen proved to be too much for Merrigan and his corner threw in the towel in round two.

However, it came to light the next day that Jacobsen had signed up for a professional boxing contract with a Finland outfit BACK IN 2012 and had several "Pro" boxing fights and apparently had also signed a four fight MMA contract. As the IKF have a strict policy that stipulates that a paid fighter cannot share the ring with an amateur, they had no choice but to immediately strip Jacobsen of his title and vacate it. This being said, it looks like Merrigan will once again go forward to fight for the title sometime early next year.

Black Dragons very own female IKF World Champion Nicola "The Killer" Collins, sponsored by Boston Scientific, was also in action on Saturday night. She took on Italian champion Stepania Spano who had only a month previously, won out the Scandanavian opens. This was Nicolas swansong as they say and what a fight it was to finish an amazing career with. Both girls fought tooth and nail over five hard rounds to the bitter end. At the final bell, it was Collins who took a unanimous points victory and brought the curtain down on a fantastic fight career that spanned an impressive twelve years.

Paul "The Hurricane" Huish who was sponsored by City & County Bouncy Castles, put on an excellent display to capture the IKF Amateur K-1 Rules All Ireland Welterweight title over Paul Pike who fights out of Thurles. In doing so, he became the only fighter in Irish kickboxing history to win national titles in FOUR different rule styles and weights - Light Contact, Full Contact, International Rules (Low Kick) and K-1.

Leona "The Lioness" Trautt, kindly sponsored by Frank O Connor speciality butchers, made a mandatory defence of her IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Lightweight crown to Raging Bull fighter Catherine Butler. Trautt proved why she is the champion as she stopped the game Waterford lass in the third round.

James "Pretty Boy" Ward, sponsored by Joe Mc Cormack Electrical in Kinvara, was unlucky as he went over on his ankle in round two of his IKF Amateur International Rules All Ireland Title fight giving his Donegal Opponent Ciilin Boyce the win by default.

Yvonne "No Mercy" Mc Nevin, sponsored by Michelle Tully - Monivea Sports Massage, did the business in the IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules recently vacated Bantamweight All Ireland Title fight, winning by unanimous decision over Deborah O Sullivan from Coolmines MMA. This fight that was over and back, with O Sullivan being busy throughout, but Mc Nevin landed the more accurate shots and caught the judges eyes.

David Rusinak from Phoenix Gym in Tullamore defeated Stephen Doherty from Donegal Black Dragon to capture the IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules All Ireland Super Welterweight crown which was recently vacated by Charlie Ward.

Gerry King put on yet another spectacular entrance to the delight of the fight fans and also took a split decision win over Carlows Aaron Mc Kensie. Cian Mc Cormac took a well deserved unanimous decision over Pearse Galligan from Wicklow under Amateur K-1 rules in a very technical fight. Mollie Mc Nevin was on fire and she stopped Grace Still from Emerald Kickboxing in Carrick An Suir with a head kick in the third round (Still took the fight on 24 hours notice as Mollies original opponent unfortunately broke her hand)

James Kelly defeated Raging Bull fighter Ryan Walsh by withdrawal in the second round. Ryan Ali came back from a first round knockdown to stop Ray Lyons from AR Kickboxing with a spectacular spinning back fist in round two. Alex Fitzpatrick opened the show with an exhibition bout with Rytis from Waterford.

Promoter Pete Foley would like to extend a massive thank you to everyone involved including the set up crew, the professional corner staff, beautiful flag girls Grace & Saoirse, the internal stewards, glove runners, IKF officials at ringside, Dr. Maura Grummell and the Order Of Malta, Leisureland management & staff, MC Alan Mc Nevin, DJ Pa Murphy, photographer John Walsh, Video Operator Claudio Baranyai, Galway Bay FM Radio, TG4 Television, all of the event sponsors: The Eastside Inn, John Butler Sports Injury Therapy, The Mayfly Inn, Westlink Car Sales, Da Robertas Restaurant, Michelle Tully Sports Injury Clinic, Peter Curran Electric, Garys Cycles & Garden Machinery, Sound To Light, Frank O Connors Speciality Butchers, Monaghans Centra, Tuam Road, La Paradis Gentlemens club, Sword Security, Steeltech Sheds, Joe Mc Cormack Electrical, City & County Bouncy Castles and of course their great friend Noel O Dwier of Sally Longs Bar in making "Rumble In The Bay" the best Kickboxing event of the year on the Irish Kickboxing calender for 2013!
Stats as follows:

  1. IKF Junior Amateur Kickboxing
    Alex Fitzpatrick, (Galway Black Dragon) and Rytis (Raging Bull, Waterford) did an exhibition bout to open the event.

  2. IKF Amateur FCR
    Ryan Ali, (Galway, Ireland, 3-2, 74kg, 5'11'', 03-13-91, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Raymond Lyons, (Galway, Ireland, 0-1, 72.5kg, 6'2'', 02-23-97, Martin Hynes, 087 2779460) by TKO in round two.
    IKF Ireland has issued Raymond Lyons with a 30 day medical suspension until January 7, 2014 due to the TKO.

  3. IKF Junior Amateur Kickboxing
    James Kelly, Galway defeated Ryan Walsh by withdrawal in round two.

  4. IKF Amateur FCR
    Mollie Nevin, (Galway, Ireland, 1-0, 61.5kg, 5'3'', 11-30-99, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Grace Still, (Carrick An Suir, Ireland, 6-4-1, 64.9kg, 5'4'', 07-02-98, Mark Still, 086 8611259) by TKO in round three.
    IKF Ireland has issued Grace Still with a 30 day medical suspension until January 7, 2014 due to the TKO.

  5. IKF Amateur FCR
    Super Welterweight All Ireland Title - VACANT

    David Rusinak, (Tullamore, Ireland, 4-1-2, 69.5kg, 5'10'', 04-01-94, John Quigley, 086 6660474)
    defeated Stephen Doherty, (Donegal, Ireland, 6-3-1, 68kg, 5'7'', 03-22-90, Joe Wilson, 086 8774382) by unanimous decision, 45-50, 45-50, 45-50.

  6. IKF Amateur FCR
    Bantamweight All Ireland Title

    Yvonne Mc Nevin, (Galway, Ireland, 11-2-2, 55.5kg, 157cm, 08-04-73, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Deborah O Sullivan, (Dublin, Ireland, 55kg, 5'7'', 04-13-77, Deane O Sullivan, 083 1048177) by unanimous decision to win the recently vacated title, 49-48, 49-47, 49-47.

  7. IKF Amateur K-1
    Cian Mc Cormack, (Galway, Ireland, 1-0, 57kg, 5'11, 12-08-98, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Pearse Galligan, (0-1-1, 55kg, 5'6'', 10-06-99, Simon Alvey, 085 1453582) by unanimous decision, 30-27, 29-28, 29-28.

  8. IKF Amateur IR
    Featherweight All Ireland Title

    Cillin Boyce (Donegal, Ireland, 12-5, 57.3kg, 5'8'', 05-10-92, Joe Wilson, 086 8774382)
    defeated James Ward, (Galway, Ireland, 13-3, 57.3kg, 5'7'', 12-20-95, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) by withdrawal in round two.

  9. IKF Amateur FCR
    Featherweight All Ireland Title Defence

    Leona Trautt, (Galway, Ireland, 11-1, 57.3kg, 5'6'', 01-12-81, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Catherine Butler, (Waterford, Ireland, 5-6-3, 57kg, 5'4'', 03-16-90, Billy O Sullivan, 085 8589902) by TKO in round three to successfully retain her title.
    IKF Ireland has issued Catherine Butler with a 30 day medical suspension until January 7, 2014 due to the TKO.

  10. IKF Amateur K-1
    Welterweight All Ireland Title

    Paul Huish, (Galway, Ireland, 18-8-5, 66.7kg, 5'6'', 03-10-90, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Paul Pike, (Donegal, Ireland, fighting out of Thurles gym, 66kg, 5'7'', 06-05-83, Pat John Mc Coole, 087 9359123) to win the title by majority decision, 49-48, 49-46, 48-48.

  11. IKF Amateur FCR
    Gerry King (Galway, Ireland (5-3, 72kg, 5'9'', 02-02-75, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Aaron Mc Kenzie (Carlow, Ireland, 2-2-1, 73.7kg, 5'9'', 12-10-89, Larry Brennan, 085 7560083) by split decision, 30-28, 30-29, 28-29.

  12. IKF Amateur FCR - International Bout
    Nicola Collins, (Galway, Ireland, 18-7-2, 56kg, 5'2'', 01-06-79, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Stepania Spano, (Rome, Italy, 7-7-1, 55.5kg, 1.62cm, 03-03-80, Mario Carella) by unanimous decision, 49-47, 49-46, 49-46.

  13. IKF Amateur K-1
    European Super Welterweight Title

    Bryan Merrigan, (Galway, Ireland, 14-7-1, 68.4kg, 5'9'', 05-02-83, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) was
    defeated by Alexander Jacobsen, (Bergen, Norway. 101-19, 69.2kg, 1.75cm, 03-07-88, Felipe Valdes, +4799090996) by withdrawal in round two.
    HOWEVER: It transpired that Jacobsen had a career as a Professional Boxer out of a gym in Finland and was also a Pro Cage fighter so the fight was declared a non contest the next day by IKF Europe. Merrigan will get his chance again in early 2014.

  14. IKF Amateur Full Contact Rules
    Super Welterweight World Title.

    Gary Manogue, (Galway, Ireland, 27-1, 69.2kg, 6'1'', 05-28-81, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Alessandro Disnan, (Rome, Italy. 19-6-2, 69.2kg, 6'1'', 07-16-93, Alessandro Topa) by Knockout in round two.
    IKF Ireland have issued Alessandro Disnan with a 45 day suspension until January 22, 2014.


Results From Absolute Adrenaline & Phoenix Fight Night's
December 1st, 2013 - Bournemouth, England

  1. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Adam Urban (Bournemouth, England, 5-3, 84.5kg, 5'9", 07-06-74, John Orchard, 00447507295487)
    VS Danny Knight (Portsmouth, England, 4-3, 86.1kg, 5'6", 05-13-92, Mark Ellins, 00447876807091)
    WINNER: Adam Urban by unanimous decision 40-37, 40-36, 40-36.

  2. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Paul Williams (Bournemouth, England, 7-2-2, 87.9kg, 6', 06-10-86, Ross Phillips, 004475965514348)
    VS Roger Dorway (Bournemouth, England 13-2-5 88.4kg, 6'3", 13-01-69, Jem Heldman, 00447557669369)
    WINNER: Paul Williams by TKO 0:28 Round 1.
    Roger Dorway receives medical suspension for 30 days until December 31st.

  3. IAB Pro Boxing: Welterweight
    Clara Norman (Bournemouth, England, 0-3-2 FCR 4-2-1, 64.5kg, 5'9", 11-18-70, Carl Sams, 01202294223)
    VS Gemma Hewitt (Bournemouth, England, 3-0, 64.9kg, 5'4", 12-24-84, Andy Lawrence, 00447867482072)
    WINNER: Gemma Hewitt by unanimous decision 39-37, 39-38, 39-37.

  4. IAB Pro Boxing: Super Welterweight
    Fran Paz (Bournemouth, England, 8-2, 71.3kg, 5.8", 21-10-86, John Orchard, 00447507295487)
    VS Danny Salter (Portsmouth, England, 13-6-1, 68.8kg, 5'8", 09-29-77, Mark Ellins, 00447876807091)
    WINNER: Danny Salter by TKO 0:42 Round 1.
    Fran Paz receives medical suspension for 30 days until December 31st.

  5. IAB Pro Boxing: Middleweight
    Justin Hicks (Yeovil, England, 22-17-4, 72.6kg, 5'9", 07-15-76, Self, 01963362573)
    VS James Crow (Bournemouth, England, 6-1-2, 73.9kg, 6'0", 11-08-84, Cornelius Carr, 00447871874200)
    WINNER: Majority Draw 38-39, 38-38, 38-38.

  6. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Jake Best (Bournemouth, England, 3-0, 79.8kg, 5'10", 03-06-85, Marc Plunkett, 00447857355453)
    VS Harrison Western (Portsmouth, England, 2-3-1, 82.6kg, 5'6", 03-02-93, Mark Ellins, 00447876807091)
    WINNER: Jake Best by unanimous points 40-36, 40-36, 40-37.

  7. IAB Pro Boxing: Light Heavyweight
    John Orchard (Bournemouth, England, 17-4, FCR 57-4-2, 79.2kg, 6'1", 09-17-79, Carl Sams, 01202294223)
    VS Martin Durrant (Portsmouth, England, 17-4-1, 80.6kg, 5'11", 05-07-82, Mark Ellins, 00447876807091)
    WINNER: John Orchard by R.S.F 1:03 Round 2.
    Martin Durrant receives 30 day medical suspension until 31st December.

  8. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Mo Kargbo (Bournemouth, England, 38-6-2, 85.4kg, 5'11", 07-11-69, Self, 00447976917022)
    VS Dan Guthrie (Yeovil, England, 45-12-1, 80.7kg, 6'2", 07-23-82, J Vance, 00447962388994)
    WINNER: Mo Kargbo by KO 1:07 Round 1.
    Dan Guthrie receives 45 day medical suspension until 16th January.

  9. IAB Pro Boxing: Light Heavyweight
    Rich Walker (Southampton, England, 7-4-1, 78.3kg, 5'9", 02-10-76, Self, 0447969166652)
    VS Kai Larson (Bournemouth, England, 14-6-2, 79.0kg, 5'9", 06-20-68, Dave Hyde, 00447905914974)
    WINNER: Rich Walker by TKO 0:38 Round 1.
    Kai Larson receives 30 day medical suspension until 31st December.

  10. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Sam Morrison (Bournemouth, England. 11-2, 82.5kg, 6'1", 12-18-84, Marc Plunkett, 00447850660941)
    VS Paul Morby (Reading, England, 17-12, 79.9kg, 5'11", 10-15-79, Mike Ballingal, 00447748092145)
    WINNER: No Contest due to accidental head clash in R1. Morrison unable to continue.

  11. IAB Pro Boxing: Cruiserweight
    Alex Thorne (Bournemouth, England, 1-1 MMA 7-4, 85.1kg, 6'2", 01-05-90, Jim Johnstone, 01202 241649)
    VS Oliver Frettsome (Portsmouth, England, 4-2, 87.2kg, 6'1", 06-13-90, Mark Ellins, 00447876807091)
    WINNER: Oliver Frettsome by unanimous decision 40-36, 40-36, 40-37.

  12. IKF Pro K1 Rules: Light Middleweight
    Dan Winstanley (Blandford, England, 3-1 Am 36-4-2, 69.6kg, 5.9", 12-24-90, Self, 00447889831321)
    VS Ed Kelly (London, England, 5-4, 72.3kg, 5'10", 06-07-81, Winston Newton, 00447910045586)
    WINNER: Dan Winstanley by split decision 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.

  13. IAB White Collar Boxing
    Lee Mackeckie (Bournemouth, England, 0-1, 78.1kg, 5'8", 02-03-23, Cornelius Car, 00447985062616)
    VS Maciej Borkzynski (Bournemouth, England, 1-0, 78.4kg, 6'0", 09-22-80, John Whittam, 01202 294223)
    WINNER: Maciej Borkzynski by unanimous decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.

  14. IAB White Collar Boxing
    Gary Landers (Bournemouth, England, 1-1, 78.9kg, 6', 02-23-68, John Orchard, 00447834286085)
    VS John Hassett (Bridgwater, England,1-0, 80.4kg, 5'10", 03-16-64, Arthur Meek, 01278 452128)
    WINNER: John Hassett by unanimous points 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  15. IAB White Collar Boxing
    Tom Chubb (Bournemouth, England, 1-3, 72.3kg, 5'9", 10-04-89, Marc Plunkett, 00447867494451)
    VS Ray Batsun (Portsmouth, England, 0-1-2, 74.6kg, 5'9", 02-04-78, Mark Ellins, 00447427643136)
    WINNER: Tom Chubb by split decision 29-28, 29-28, 28-29.

  16. IAB White Collar Boxing
    Jack Eason (Bournemouth, England, 1-0, 86.4kg, 5'10", 6-4-84, John Orchard, 00447507295487)
    VS Steve Barthlumue (Portsmouth, England, 0-1, 82.7kg, 6'1", 6-2-78, Mark Ellins, 00447427643136)
    WINNER: Jack Eason by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

  17. IAB White Collar Boxing
    Gary Rooke (Bournemouth, England, 1-0, 80.9kg, 5'10", 10-22-80, John Orchard, 00447507295487)
    VS Les Symons (Bournemouth, England, 2-1, 81.9kg, 5'7", 1-10-71, Geoff Page, 00447766740608)
    WINNER: Gary Rooke by unanimous decision 29-28, 30-27, 30-27.

  18. IKF Amateur FCR: Cruiserweight
    Darren Peterson (Bournemouth, England, 1-1, 87.6kg, 6'2", 4-16-81, Ross Phillips, 00447581467770)
    VS Jimmy Killick (Hastings, England, 1-0, 85.5kg, 5'11", 9-27-88, Andy Chambers, 00447739390911)
    WINNER: Jimmy Killick by KO 1:16 Round 1.
    Darren Peterson receives 45 day medical suspension until 16th January.

  19. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Super Middleweight
    Luke Butcher (Bournemouth, England, 1-0, 77.8kg, 5'9", 5-26-77, Ross Phillips, 00447581467770)
    VS Steve Board (Weymouth, England, 0-1, 77.4kg, 5'11", 11-23-91, Tom Ashe, 0044781240950)
    WINNER: Luke Butcher by RSF 1:06 Round 2.
    Steve Board receives 30 day medical suspension until 31st December.
  20. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Heavyweight
    Jamie Sloane (Bournemouth, England, 1-1, 102.7kg, 5'10", 11-1-89, Michael Namrit, 01202 486922)
    VS Eddie Issac Griffiths (Reading, England, 0-4, 105.3kg, 6'0", 12-20-78, 00447951497987, Darren Drake, 00447951497987)
    WINNER: Jamie Sloane by TKO 1:29 Round 1.
    Eddie Issac Griffiths was issued a 30 day medical suspension until 31st December.

  21. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Middleweight
    Marina Nash (Bridgwater, England, 4-0-1, 73.1kg, 5'6", 12-23-87, Arthur Meek, 004477650424414)
    VS Kate Bowerbank (Bournemouth, England, 0-1, 74.3kg, 6'0", 5-04-79, Andy Lawrence, 00447832168757)
    WINNER: Marina Nash by split decision 30-28, 29-28, 28-29.

  22. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Super Middleweight
    Jamie Hopcroft (Hemel, England, 0-4-6, 78.3kg, 5'10", 11-13-90, Ashley Gettings, 00447581051647)
    VS Henri Burnaham (Hastings, England, 2-1-1, 77kg, 6'1", 02-13-91, Andy Chambers, 00447739390911)
    WINNER: Henri Burnaham by split decision 30-28, 29-28, 28-30.


Results From Adrenalin Fight Nights'
November 23rd, 2013 - Swansea, Wales

  1. ISCF Pro MMA: Welterweight
    Scott Clist (Trowbridge, England, 8-3-1, 73.7kg, 5'9", 02-25-78, Self, 00447712161706)
    VS Dan James (Swansea, Wales, 10-6, 73.8kg, 6'1", 01-21-81, Chris Rees, 00447546410199)
    WINNER: Scott Clist by Guillotine submission 0:37 round 1.

  2. ISCF Amateur MMA: Light Heavyweight
    Daniel Carroll (Lampeter, Wales, 0-1, 91.6kg, 6'3", 05-05-82, Chris Randall, 00447958154449)
    VS Stefan Blower (Bridgend, Wales, 1-0, 90.0kg, 6'1", 07-03-86, Carl Preece, 00447854159008)
    WINNER: Stefan Blower by G&P 2:43 round 1.
    Daniel Carroll receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December.

  3. ISCF Amateur MMA: Featherweight
    Nathan Morgan (Abaystwyth, Wales, 5-3, 65.1kg, 5'6", 11-12-13, Chris Rees, 00447546410199)
    VS Ryan Morgan (Bridgend, Wales, 3-1, 63.5kg, 5'6", 03-10-86, Mike Edwards, 00447964784289)
    WINNER: Nathan Morgan by majority decision 30-28, 30-28, 30-30.

  4. ISCF Amateur MMA: Middleweight
    Rafal Dlugoz (Methyr, Wales, 2-1, 79.7kg, 5'9", 07-20-83, Peter Davies, 00447970320429)
    VS Rob Couzens, (Newport, Wales, 5-3, 79.5kg, 6'1", 05-17-84, Antonio Velez, 00447531369738)
    WINNER: Rob Cousons by Armbar submission 1:23 round 2.

  5. ISCF Amateur MMA: Featherweight
    Dove Herbert (Carmathen, Wales, 1-0, 62.2kg, 5'7", 08-30-90, Chris Randall, 00447958154449)
    VS Jason Whyte (Swansea, Wales, 0-2, 65.5kg, 5'7", 01-07-91, Self, 00447747350842)
    WINNER: Dove Herbert by G&P 1:18 round 1.
    Jason Whyte receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December.

  6. ISCF Amateur MMA: Welterweight
    Daniel Edwards (Luton, England, 3-2, 73.1kg, 5'9", 03-23-88, Amir Subasic, 00447917688660)
    VS Josh Ellis (Cardiff, Wales, 4-0, 71.3kg, 5'10", 01-20-92, James Wallis, 00447847630084)
    WINNER: Josh Ellis by G&P 2:57 round 1
    Daniel Edwards receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December.

  7. IKF Pro K1 Rules: Light Heavyweight
    Dawid Masel (Weston, England, 14-7-2, 79.1kg, 5'11", 04-08-83, Self, 00447514081436)
    VS David Round (Swansea, Wales, 16-13, 79.4kg, 6'0", 09-02-86, James Wallis, 00447847630084)
    WINNER: Dawid Masel by TKO 1:24 round 1.
    David Round receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December.

  8. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Lightweight
    Matthew Remond (Merthyr, Wales, 7-4, 58.3kg, 5'6", 02-02-88, David Nicholas, 00447970320429)
    VS Jamey Taylor (Port Talbot, Wales, 3-1, 59.4kg, 01-08-86, James Wallis, 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Jamey Taylor by corner retirement end of round 1.
    Matthew Remond receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December.

  9. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Middleweight
    Maciej Wasiuk (Bristol, England, 1-2, 76.5kg, 5'9", 09-20-92, Dawid Masel, 00447514081436)
    VS Paul Lewis (Neath, Wales, 0-3-1, 74.0kg, 5'10", 06-11-81, Simon Gibbons, 00447972836950)
    WINNER: Maciej Wasiuk by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-28.

  10. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Super Welterweight
    Paul Hughes (Merthyr, Wales, 1-0, 67.8kg, 5'10", 08-13-86, Jamie Weaver, 00447590596777)
    VS Ryan Phillips (Swansea, Wales, 0-1, 67.1kg, 6'0", 01-31-92, James Wallis, 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Paul Hughes by unanimous decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-26.

  11. IKF Amateur K1 Rules: Light Welterweight
    Jake Pearce (Westbury, England, 1-2, 63.6kg, 5'10", 01-27-97, Scott Clist, 00447712161706)
    VS Scott Pederson (Swansea, Wales, 2-1, 64.8kg, 5'9", 11-30-96 James Wallis, 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Scott Pederson by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-28.

  12. IKF Amateur K1 Rules
    Roman Bielawny (Merthyr, Wales, 0-1, 76.7kg, 6'0", 01-25-85, Jamie Weaver, 00447590596777)
    VS Ryan Evans (Swansea, Wales, 4-0, 76.7kg, 5'10", 01-24-86, James Wallis, 00447837630084)
    WINNER: Ryan Evans by unanimous points 29-28, 30-27, 30-28.

  13. IKF Amateur FCR: Bantamweight
    Anita Tanacsi (Cardiff, Wales, 0-1, 53.4kg, 5'3", 12-10-87, Denzil Lawrence, 00447932253849)
    VS Emily Stephens (Neath, Wales, 1-0, 53.5kg, 5'3", 06-08-86, Kelly & Bev Mainwaring, 00447875358836)
    WINNER: Emily Stephens by corner retirement end of Round 1.
    Anita Tanacsi receives 30 day medical suspension until 23rd December

MONDAY, December 9th, 2013, AT 3:00 PM/ PST

The Worlds Of MMA & Muay Thai
Say Good-bye To
Shane Del Rosario

Former Muay Thai Champion and Pro MMA fighter Shane Del Rosario left us all yesterday following a nearly two week battle after a Catastrophic Cardiovascular Collapse on Tuesday, November 26th. He had been hospitalized at the Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, California in critical condition after suffering from full cardiac arrest after two heart attacks.

That same day, Del Rosario's manager Jason House said in a statement to that "Shane del Rosario had a catastrophic cardiovascular collapse at home on Tuesday morning, He was brought to the hospital in full cardiac arrest. He was resuscitated in the emergency room back to a stable heart rhythm and blood pressure. He is currently in the coronary care unit critically ill. Our prayers are with him and his family."

According to Erik Apple, a training partner who has known del Rosario since they were in high school, Del Rosario was found at home by his roommate, UFC flyweight Ian McCall. McCall called 911 and administered CPR to Del Rosario before he was taken to the hospital.

The days following have been confusing weeks as several misreported his passing. ESPN reported Del Rosario had died on November 28, and this was repeated in various outlets. The credited author ( Josh Gross ) denied having written the story, and later reported Del Rosario alive, though without brain activity.

On November 30, Apple said Del Rosario was off life support and breathing on his own. He also registered brain activity and squeezed his mother's hand. Doctors believe he may have a rare heart condition called Long QT Syndrome.

After two confusing weeks and several mis-reports of his passing, Del Rosario took his last breath yesterday.

Del Rosario was both a Champion Muay Thai fighter and Pro MMA fighter (11-2) who had fought under the UFC, Strikeforce, M-1 Global, ShoXC, and King of the Cage. He was on an undefeated, 11 fight win streak (10 of those only took Shane 1 round and 8 of them were wins by TKO/KO) until hit by a drunk driver in 2011.

He was scheduled to fight Dave Herman at UFC 162 in July but had to pull out of a bout due to injury. He was also scheduled for his first fight in 2013 against Guto Inocente at UFC 168 in December, but recently pulled out due to a rib injury.

His last two bouts were under the UFC Banner in the heavyweight division and his last bout was over a year ago on December 15th, 2012, a loss to Pat Barry.

Shane was born and raised in Orange County, California, and is of Norwegian and Hawaiian descent. He started training as a fighter when he was 17 years old with Marco Ruas. He then attended and graduated from college with a bachelor's degree in psychology out of UC Irvine.

Shane was a Muay Thai Kickboxer before an MMA fighter. As a pro Muay Thai fighter he held a record of 8-1 with 8 wins by KO/TKO. He competed as a Heavyweight on the World Championship Kickboxing series of events hosted by In Sync Productions.

On November 9th, 2006, Del Rosario fought Tyler Grear and dropped him with a power punch early in round two giving Del Rosario the win by knockout at 16 seconds of the second round. After defeating Justin Carver by first round knockout on January 11, 2007, Shane then fought reigning WBC Muay Thai International Heavyweight Champion Ricardo van den Bos for the vacant WBC Muay Thai World Heavyweight Championship.

Del Rosario dominated van den Bos throughout the majority of the bout. After dropping van den Bos twice in round number two, Del Rosario landed a knee that finished Ricardo van den Bos at the last second of the round. He was then declared the winner by knockout at 3:00 of round two and the new WBC Muay Thai World Heavyweight Champion. The win also made him the first American to have won the WBC Muay Thai World Heavyweight title.

Del Rosario's first career loss came in his first title defense against Dutch kickboxer Ginty Vrede on January 12th, 2008. Going into the bout as the fan favorite, he appeared to hurt Vrede in the opening round. Vrede came back with a powerful hook that stunned Del Rosario and forced a standing eight-count by the referee.

After beating the count, Del Rosario was dropped by an immediate high kick. The referee stopped the fight at 2:24 of the first round and declared Vrede the new WBC Muay Thai World Heavyweight Champion.

SadlyGinty Vrede's reign as Champion didn't last long. On January 28, 2008, just over 2 weeks after his bout with Del Rosario, Vrede also past away. He was on an impromptu training session in the Pancration Sports Centre in Amsterdam when at some point he stated that he did not feel very well, and collapsed moments later. CPR was administered for nearly half an hour could not save him. He died on his way to the hospital.

After Ginty Vrede's death the WBC World Heavyweight title was vacated. On July 26th, 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Del Rosario faced off and defeated Mexican kickboxer Ricardo Romero by knockout at 1:20 in the second round to win the title for a second time.

All of us here at ISCF MMA and IKF Kickboxing would like to extend our sincere condolences to Del Rosario's friends and loved ones.

Shane Del Rosario Page

SUNDAY, December 8th, 2013, AT 1:20 PM/ PST

IKF Women Champions
Battle On Invicta MMA Show!

It was an epic battle between two well known IKF Champions. Multi time IKF World Classic Champion Tecia Torres of North Lauderdale, Florida, USA (16-4/2 in kickboxing / Muay Thai, 7-0 in amateur MMA and 3-0 as a Pro MMA fighter) and IKF Pro Muay Thai United States Bantamweight Champion (2008) and 2 time IKF Tournament Champion (2005 & 2006) Felice Herrig.

Herrig had just signed with Invicta this past August while Torres signed with them the year before in October of 2012, right after she won her 4th IKF World Classic Tournament in a row.

In last nights bout between these two IKF Champions Torres put on a dominant performance to keep her undefeated record intact against the 9-5 Herrig. In the end, Torres took the win by unanimous decision, 30-27 on all 3 judges cards.

This was Herrig's highly-anticipated Invicta debut but was dominated by the shorter Torres who showcased an impressive arsenal of strikes and kicks as she had did at the IKF Tournaments.

"What shocked me was total domination,"
Torres said.
"I've always looked up to her so it was an honor to be in the same cage. Everything just came together. People think I'm one dimensional, but not tonight. I think I'm pretty close to the title, but I'm in no rush."

Congratulations to Torres on such a big win. As for Herring, as always... She'll be back, you can count on it.

Another IKF Champion doing well in Invicta Pro MMA is IKF Pro Muay Thai European Flyweight Champion Joanne Calderwood of Glasgow, Scotland (18-2 as a Kickboxer / Muay Thai Fighter)

Calderwood who is 8-0 as a pro mma fighter faced off against another undefeated straw-weight contender, Katja Kankaanpaa (8-0-1). however Calderwood gave Kankaanpaa her first loss with a unanimous decision 29-28 by all three judges.

"I'll just fight whoever is in front of me," said Calderwood when asked if she deserves a shot at the Invicta Strawweight belt. "That's my job. I'll leave the rest up to them."

Invicta Fighting Championships
Invicta Fighting Championships ( is a world championship Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight series dedicated to providing female athletes with a major platform to hone their skills on a consistent basis. Founded in 2012 by longtime MMA executive Shannon Knapp and sports aficionado Janet Martin, Invicta is committed to pioneering the future growth of women's MMA by promoting the best possible matchups between female competitors and identifying and developing future superstars of the sport.


Former IKF Champ
Justin Scoggins
Wins UFC Debut!

Justin Scoggins of Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA (17-0/3 in Kickboxing) put a hurtin on his opponent Richie Vaculik of Australia in his flyweight UFC Debut this past weekend. The UFC Fight Night event was held at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, Australia.

Since turning pro in 2012, Scogging remains undefeated as he improves his Pro MMA Record to 8-0. His debut began with a takedown in the opening minute of the fight and immediately looking to strike from the top. Vaculik worked his back to his feet shortly after but was clipped by a right hand and went crashing back to the canvas. To his credit, Vaculik quickly recovered and again scrambled to his feet, but Scoggins took him to the floor yet again.

Vaculik looked to buck and roll and attack from his back, but Scoggins transitioned smoothly to the back and unleashed a flurry of punches. Vaculik didn't necessarily look to be in trouble, but with 17 seconds left in the first round, referee Steve Perceval had seen enough and called a stop to the fight, despite Vaculik immediately popping up to protest.

With his undefeated MMA record intact and his UFC debut in the books, Scoggins isn't resting on his laurels. Immediately after the fight he implored UFC matchmaker Joe Silva to include him on the upcoming fight card in Atlanta.
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FRIDAY, December 6th, 2013, AT 11:30 AM/ PST


24 Karats Promotions Presents
Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico


Pete Foley Presents
"Rumble In The Bay"
Galway, Ireland

Irelands Gary "Slick" Manogue and his Italian opponent Alessandro Disnan both hit the scales at 69.2kg even on their first attempt ahead of their
IKF Super Welterweight World Title fight tomorrow night in Leisureland.
Both fighters are in tip top condition and ready to rock Leisureland. It's getting very real now people!!!


Gary Manogue
Galway, Ireland

24-1, Pete Foley
IKF European Champion


Allesandro Disnan
Rome, Italy

19-5-2/7, Pro Kombat Team
WAKO Italian Champion


TKO Promotions Presents
Chatham, Kent, England


Familiar IKF Faces Tonight On
UFC Fight Night 33 In Australia

Over the years we have seen many fighters from both the Amateur and Pro ranks known to the IKF progress their way to big promotions. Promotions such as K-1 and Glory for Kickboxing and Strikeforce, Bellatore, - Invicta and of course UFC for MMA.

Tonights UFC Fight Night 33 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia will be yet another UFC event where we will recognize some familiar IKF Faces.

On the FOX Sports 2 Preliminary Card which begins at 7:PM Eastern USA Time, we will see former IKF Amateur World Classic Champion Justin Scoggins (125) take on Richie Vaculik (126). - TALE OF THE TAPE - Click HERE.

Scoggins of Simpsonville, South Carolina, USA (17-0/3 in Kickboxing) won his IKF tournament title at the 2009 IKF World Classic in the Welterweight (140.1 lbs. to 150 lbs.) Full Contact Rules division for Junior Boys ages 16-17. In the prelim round Justin defeated defeated Devin Smith of Beloit, Illinois, USA by unanimous decision, 30-26, 30-26 & 30-27. In his Championship bout the following day he defeated Zane Schmidt of Pacific, Missouri, USA by majority decision 30-28, 29-28 & 29-29. Justin is 21-0 as a Kickboxer.

Like well known IKF Superstar Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson Scoggins will enter tonights UFC bout undefeated as an amateur and pro fighter with six of his seven Pro MMA wins by stoppage, including five knockouts. The 21-year-old South Carolina native has won four straight fights by knockout in regional action in his home state of South Carolina. As a Pro MMA Fighter Justin is 7-0. As an Amateur MMA fighter he was 6-0-1. Although Justin will have the edge as far as ring experience, this will surly not be an easy - pushover fight. His opponent, Richie Vaculik of Australia is 9-*3 as a professional MMA Fighter.
(*2 Loses on the Ultimate Fighter: U.K. vs. Australia to Norman Parke in the quarterfinals and he then replaced an injured Mike Wilkinson to face and lose to Colin Fletcher are not recorded on his database profile )

Another face known to the IKF on this same event is Nick Ring of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Nick was trained by well known Muay Thai trainer and former Muay Thai Champion himself, Mike Miles. Ring won the IKF Amateur International Rules Western Canadian title on June 14th, 1997 over Shane Doerkson of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada by unanimous decision, 40-36, 40-36 & 39-37.

He went on to win numerous Pro Muay Thai titles. His amateur Muay Thai record was 23-4 with 12 wins by KO and his Professional Record was 19-2 with 8 wins by KO.

Later that same year he won his IKF Title Nick fought on The IKF Sanctioned "Battle 97" event on November 1st, 1997 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. That night Nick defeated Andrew Frazer of Winnipeg Canada by decision. The bout was so exciting it was awarded the honor of being the "Fight of the night." Nick fought several times on IKF Sanctioned events and even fought in an above the waist full contact rules bout when he defeated Jace Jeanes from Texas USA by first round TKO.

On the FOX Sports 2 Preliminary Card which begins at 7PM eastern Time tonight Ring will face off against Caio Magalhaes in the 185 lb weightclass. Nick has a Professional MMA record of 11-2 and an amateur MMA record of 2-0. His opponent, Caio Magalhaes is 7-1 in Pro MMA. - TALE OF THE TAPE - Click HERE.

Although he never won an IKF title, Pat Barry of New Orleans, Louisiana did fight on some IKF Sanctioned events, and when he did, he was exciting to watch.

Pat "Get Hype" Barry always seemed to live up to his nickname, especially on one IKF sanctioned event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

It was promoted by Duke Rufus' Gladiators Fighting Kickboxing & MMA Series at the Milwaukee Ramada Convention Center's Grand Ballroom on October 21st, 2005 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

In his featured Main Event bout the New Orleans native took care of fellow K-1 veteran Dustin "The Mechanic" Hanning of Los Angeles, CA. Barry put on an impressive performance utilizing all of the tools. Although smaller he was much quicker as he used both his hand speed and quick feet to neutralize any reach advantage Hanning might have had. With thunderous axe like low kicks peppering Hanning's legs, Barry put his opponent away late in round one and improved to 13-1 at the time. He ended his kickboxing career with a record of 18-6-1 with 9 wins coming by KO/TKO, 9 of the bouts were with the K-1 organization..

After the fight, Barry addressed the appreciative crowd and thanked the fans of Milwaukee and New Orleans for their support. Barry had recently relocated to Wisconsin after the Hurricane Katrina tragedy. Sadly he lost his grandmother in the storm. At the time of the bout above he was training under Duke Roufus in Milwaukee. (PHOTO)

Barry also fought for K-1 and was a very successful San Shou Rules fighter (Sanda Kungfu). His San Shou titles included 2005 Kings of Kickboxing Tournament, 2003 U.S. Open Sanshou Championship, 2004 U.S. Open Sanshou Championship Sanda Kungfu Federation United States Heavyweight Championship, SKF World Heavyweight Championship, 2003 Silver medal World Wushu Championships.

He also competed in the now defunct World Combat League, a team-based kickboxing competition in which matches were fought over one round. He represented the New York Clash 235 lb weight class and amassed a record of 3-1 with his only loss coming to a young Jarrell Miller.

Pat will be on the FOX Sports 1 Main Card beginning at 9:PM Eastern time in the 265 lbs division. He has a Pro MMA record of 8-6. He will be fighting Soa Palelei who has a pro MMA record of 19-3. For the bout, Pat weighed in at 237 and Palelei quite a bit larger at 264 lbs.


Results From TKO Promotions Presents
November 24th, 2013 - Kent, England


    George Hennon (Snodland UK, 10-1-0, 64.1kg, 5ft 8, 07-09-94, Colin Payne, 07912 577773)
    Defeated Jack Exley (Middlesbrough UK, 4-1-0, 64.5kg, 6ft 1, 01-16-95, Alan Chapman, 07500 118974) by TKO in the 1st round.
    IKF UK have issued a 30 day suspension to Jack Exley until 24th December 2013 due to the stoppage.


    Reece Chuter (Gravesend UK, 5-0-0, 78.5kg, 6ft, 09-16-86, Paul Haworth, 07921 779852)
    Defeated Matt Pragnell (Maidstone UK, 3-10-0, 77.8kg, 08-19-79, Colin Payne, 07912 577773) by split decision 49-46, 48-47, 46-49.


    Chayden Carpenter (Chatham UK, 20-2-2, 36.3kg, 01-27-01, Colin Payne, 07912 577773)
    Defeated Tommy Purdy (Ipswich UK, 42-10-2, 38.4kg, 09-21-01, Dennis Turner 07432 594692) by unanimous decision 49-48, 49-46, 50-45.


    Jenson Rowley (Cranbrook UK, 18-4-0, 41.7kg, 4ft 10, 02-23-00, Colin Payne, 07912 577773)
    Drew with Jack Purdy (Ipswich UK, 47-6-2, 40.6kg, 08-10-08-99, Dennis Turner 07432 594692) 48-48, 47-48, 50-47.


    Jamie McGuigan (Hastings, UK, 7-5-2, 72.3kg, 5ft 9, 02-01-89, Phil Eaton, 07966 220286)
    Defeated Scott Baker (Dartford UK, 3-2-1, 72kg, 5ft 9, 06-16-78, Steve Gladstone, 07979 960087) by Referee stoppage in the 5th round.
    IKF UK have issued a 30 day suspension to Scott Baker until 24th December 2013 due to the stoppage.

    Craig Doughlin (Bexhill UK, 2-0-0, 118kg, 6ft 3, 03-07-86, Matt Braybrook, 07792 758970)
    Defeated David Gorringe (0-0-0, 112kg, 6ft 1, 05-01-82, Lewis Pears, 07930 474388) by unanimous decision 29-28, 30-27, 29-28.

    Phoebe Cumiskey (Gravesend UK, 11-1-0, 27kg, 4ft 2, 06-06-03, Paul Haworth, 07921 779852)
    Defeated Mille Rose Thompson (Essex, UK, record TBA, 25.4kg, 4ft 1, Reece Rowell) by Referee stoppage in the 3rd round.
    IKF UK have issued a 30 day suspension to Millie Rose Thompson until 24th December 2013 due to the stoppage.

    Gareth Evans (Essex, UK, 8-3-0, 69.5kg, 5ft 8, 04-20-82, Paul Green, 07852 131888)
    Drew with Shane Burnhouser (Watford UK, 6-10-92, 69.2kg, 6ft, 22-08-88 Nick Morris 07813 877967) 48-48, 47-49, 49-47.

    Champion Tyler Oxford (Chatham UK, 5-0, 62.9kg, 6ft, 23-05-97, Colin Payne, 07912 577773)
    Defeated Challenger Jordan Trainer (Billingham UK, 2-2-0, 63.6kg, 5ft 8, Ron Gray, 07939 130942) By unanimous decision 50-45, 50-45, 50-46.

    Tina Harvey (Gravesend UK, 5-1-0, 54.9kg, 5ft 8, 03-03-84, Paul Haworth, 07921 779852)
    Defeated Rachel Ball (Walsall UK, 5-5-0, 55.4kg, 5ft9, 03-12-91, Gavin Burrows, 07846 259287) By unanimous decision 50-45, 50-45, 50-45.

    Sarah Worsfold (Romford UK, 1-1-0, 64.4kg, 5ft 7, 25-09-90, Paul Green, 07852 131888)
    Defeated Clara Norman (Bournemouth UK, 6-3-1, 64kg, 5ft 9, 18-11-70, Carl Sams, 01202 794223) By unanimous decision 50-45, 50-45, 50-45.

    Matthew Brunger (Margate UK, 4-1-0, 69.2kg, 5ft 10, 05-06-90, Trevor Nicholls, 01895 459944)
    Defeated Ben Barr (Surrey UK, 6-6-1, 69.4kg, 5ft 9, 06-03-80, Martin Cox, 07768 908598) by unanimous decision 50-44, 50-44, 50-44.

    Bobby Garland (Gravesend UK, 5-1-1, 69.6kg, 5ft 9, 04-18-87, Paul Haworth, 07921 779852)
    Defeated Shay Anich (Watford UK, 1-2-0, 67.3kg, 5ft 10, 05-01-92, Nick Morish 07813 877967) by unanimous decision 30-26, 30-26, 30-26.

    Callum McGregor (Scotland UK, 26-3-2, 46.9kg, 10-21-99, Sam Allen, 07793 656043)
    Drew with Jay Huntley (Chatham UK, 13-1-3, 45.3kg, 07-14-00, Colin Payne, 07912 577773) 28-30, 29-29, 29-29.

    Kirsty Skingall (Hassocks UK, 1-0-0, 55.8kg, 5ft 4, 05-30--92, Ken Turner 07831 413231)
    Defeated Amy Graves (East Sussex UK, 0-1-0, 54.5kg, 5ft 2, 02-19-79, Lewis Pears, 07930 474388) by unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27.

    Tom West (Tonbridge UK, 2-1-0, 76.3kg, 5ft 7, 05-15-76, Lewis Pears, 07930 474388)
    Defeated Paul Morris (Middlesbrough UK, 2-1-0, 75.4kg, 5ft 11, 11-27-85, Alan Chapman, 07500 118974) by unanimous decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-28.

THURSDAY, December 5th, 2013, AT 7:00 PM/ PST

Nelson "The Tyrant" Lebron

After serving just over 20 Proud years for his country and protecting us all here at home,
The IKF is Proud to bring your attention to
RP1 (FMF) Nelson "The Tyrant" Lebron's
retirement Speech, Passing of the Flag, and The Watch.
The ceremony may be long but it's well worth listening to.
Congratulations Nelson!

Before he was Nelson "The Tyrant" Lebron we knew him as Nelson "THE TOAD" Lebron. However, no one ever told us where that nickname came from and besides, we like The Tyrant much better...

Just as well, Labron of of Virginia Beach, Virginia became known to the IKF over 10 years ago. Along the way he won the

2003 IKF/TKO USA National Amateur Full Contact Rules Featherweight Tournament Title.

His road to victory started with defeating Juan Vargas of Beloit, Wisconsin, USA in the prelim round. in the Championship bout the following day Nelson (22-5-1 with 9 wins by KO at the time) defeated Dallas Crowe of Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA. Nelson's bout with Crowe was featured on one of the episodes of the IKF TV Show later that year that aired on September 12th, 2003.

Through the years Nelson made lots of friends in the fight sports he was involved in, however in 2005 it was even a surprise to him to meet another former IKF Amateur Champion on the other side of the world in when the two were serving their country in Afghanistan.

While there he met former IKF fighter Derrick Jones from Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA. At the same 2003 IKF/TKO USA National Tournament Nelson won his title at, Jones lost to another top IKF fighter, Doyle Gayler of Kaufman, Texas, USA in his championship bout.

At the time Nelson was stationed in Kabull, Afghanistan and while there he did several things with Martial Arts. In order to improve community relations, Lebron and others at Combined Forces Command –Afghanistan (title of the command he is with) volunteered on a weekly basis and attend orphanages, hospitals, a women's prison, and several poverty stricken towns. They provide the poor with food, clothes, shoes, coats and blankets so they may survive the severe winters. At one of their meetings it was suggested that Nelson teach Martial Arts at one of the orphanages, and he gladly accepted.

Because of his background as a Marine, Close Combat Instructor, it was also suggested that he begin teaching Martial Arts, boxing, and kickboxing along with the Close Combat classes as an outlet for the Marines, Army, Air Force, and Navy in Camp Eggers, Kabul. They work seven days a week and always had to remain on high alert because of all the prevalent threats.

In an e-mail Nelson wrote us in 2006 he said,

"As you all may know not all wars are won on the battlefield. Diplomacy is always the greatest solution in ensuring peace and creating a better future for the world. Over the last 8 months I have been working hand and hand with the Afghan Olympic Committee and Olympic Boxing team in trying to ensure that there is hope for a better future. The boxing team here is very under privileged. Thanks to the IKF, Joe Lewis Fighting Systems, Mike Anderson and Top Ten, Craig Smith, Dog Pound Boxing Gym, Roger Belch, and the US Armed Forces the dream of a competitive Olympic future is baring fruit in Afghanistan."

He went on to say,

"However, much help is still needed. The country is very poor and all the coaches are volunteers. Some of the fighters only eat once a day. The team is in very much need of help. They are no different than any other individual that has laced gloves up before, the desire and heart is overwhelming. I ask for help in sponsoring this team with equipment. They are in need of everything. No ring to train in, the only equipment they have are courtesy of the great Mike Anderson and the JLFS. Your support is very much needed. For those of you who have grown up poor, with a dream like I did, this is it, your chance to give back. Any little bit helps. Old or new, the key is to inspire hope and provide a training tool. Take a risk. The only things in life you regret, are the risks that you didn't take. The greatest tragedy of life is not that men perish, but that they cease to love. If you can assist in any way, please help me in establishing the lasting impression of the kindness of the American people and the resolve that has made us the great nation we are. Please help me in giving hope for a new future in the sport of Boxing in Afghanistan. Very Respectfully Submitted, Nelson Felix Lebron."

In his Martial Arts Career Nelson earned a 4th Degree black belt under the late Joe Lewis, a 3rd Degree black belt under Craig Smith, 1st Degree black belt under Tom Poey as well as a Black Belt in Marine Corp Martial Arts.

As a Kickboxer he won 3 different world titles from 3 different organizations and was also a Golden Gloves boxer.

Nelson is also a business man and created a website for his company Tyrant MMA, a clothing line. His quote on his website pretty much sums up Nelson's intensity as it reads...

"Somewhere, A hungry fighter is training. He is training in austere conditions, day and night. He doesn't go home at a set time, because the gym is his home.
He doesn't worry about what workout to do, or how much pain he is in. He runs until the sun rises and sets. Hits the bag until it fights back.
The hungry fighter doesn't care "How Hard it is". He knows he either wins or he starves. He knows only one thing, to Fight.
Everyday he doesn't train, someone is training to beat him. He doesn't like to fight.
Now who amongst you wishes to quit!
Nelson Lebron

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WEDNESDAY, December 4th, 2013, AT 8:40 AM/ PST

K-1 Announces
K-1 World MAX 2014 Quarter Final
In Spain on January 11th 2014

BEIJING, Dec. 4th, 2013
On January 11th in Gran Canaria, Spain K-1 Global, in conjunction with Street Culture – MNL, will host one of two K-1 World MAX 2014 Quarter Final events, airing live around the world on

The K-1 World MAX 2014 Quarter Final in Spain event will feature two huge Quarterfinal bouts from the 2013 K-1 World MAX tournament. With so much on the line for these young fighters be prepared for two exciting fights in the World MAX Tournament. Spain's Elam Ngor will make his first K-1 World MAX Final 8 appearance against the very tough and technical Korean K-1 veteran Lee Sung-Hyun. Ngor earned his spot in the tournament with a hard-fought and impressive victory over Azerbaijan's Ismat Aghazade while Lee Sung-Hyun engaged in a war against France's Charles Francois to advance in the tournament.

In the other Quarterfinal bout Spanish star Maximo Suarez will square off against one of Canadian Kickboxing's best kept secrets, Shane Campbell. Maximo Suarez made a big impression on the world stage with his win over Romania's Miodrag Olar, while Shane Campbell made quick work out of Brazil's Wallace Lopes with his devastating body shots in the Final 16.

The card will also feature a host of Superfights, including an exciting clash between Spain's David Calvo and Britain's rising star and former 2 time IKF Junior Amateur World Champion Chad Sugden of Newark, England. Sugden won his first IKF Junior Amateur Lightweight World Title on November 29th 2009 in Rochester, Kent, England when he defeated Charlie Ward (Ireland, 17-2) by unanimous decision, 50-45, 50-46 & 48-47.

He won his second IKF Junior Amateur (Welterweight) World Title on October 16th, 2010 in Kelham, England when he defeated David Lenson (Staten Island, New York USA, 18-2) by unanimous decision. 50-44, 49-45, 49-45. Photo.

Chad is trained by his father and also former fighter, Dean Sugden and has a current pro kickboxing record of 8-0 after a tremendious amateur career compiling a record of 101 wins and only 5 loses.

Also on the card will be Damian Garcia against Alcorac Caballero, Moises Baute vs. Razvan Floria, Alejandro Rodriguez vs. Azerbaijan's Tural Bayrmov and Aitor Alonso against a yet-to-be-determined opponent.

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