National Fighting Championship – NFC 10 – Power – Results from November 26th, 2011

The Double Tree Hilton in Holland, Michigan was alive with excitement as the National Fighting Championship returned to the limelight for their spectacular Cheap NFL Authentic Jerseys tenth installment. Fans packed the house to witness their favorite local fighters from such renowned camps as Grand Rapids Mixed Martial Arts, Patino’s Martial Arts, Xtreme MMA, Masko Jiu Jitsu and many more. Promoter Robert Housley knocked this one outta the park with a night full of fast-paced action, sweet submissions and EVERYBODY’S favorite – lots of KNOCKOUTS! The night’s festivities were kicked off by a lovely rendition if our National Anthem by 11 year old Jasmyne Bree, followed immediately by the first adrenaline-inducing fight.

This event started of the best way possible – with a crowd-hyping, brutal knockout. Starting right out with the big boys in the Heavyweight division, Chris Woonacott squared up against Evan Strahl. With both fighters charging in hard, Strahl landed a vicious shot that stopped the fight at ONLY FOUR SECONDS, which may very well be the fastest (or one of, at least) knockout in Michigan MMA history! Trying to keep the event’s energy flowing fast, Dakota Priest went all out against Cody Colson for a haymaker-filled round before Dakota threw a blow that found it’s mark, earning him the KO victory. The first battle of the night to go to the score cards was Devonta Harris versus Desmond Colvin. These two went at it for a SOLID three rounds, with Colvin dominating position throughout much of the fight and delivering some punishing ground and pound. As a result, the judges handed Colvin the unanimous decision win. In one of the most impressive fights of the night, boxing specialist Cheap Ray Bans Leonardo Vega and Muay Thai expert Matt Comer. Comer landed a sweet head kick late in the first round that sent Vega to the mat…briefly. He came right back up ready for battle, and the fight went on back and forth until early in the third round, when Comer tied up Vega in the clinch and brought up the knee for a STUNNING knockout and another check in the win column. In yet ANOTHER amazing striking display, Clyde Howard took on the heavy-handed Jarrid Hill. Very early in the very first (and final) round, Hill landed an overhand left directly to his opponent’s temple for an absolute highlight reel quality knockout. In another great match of styles, Robert Masko took on the muscle-bound Kenneth “Batman” Green. The pace was amazing, with Masko ending up in full mount in the first round. Green tried his best to buck his opponent off, but the second time he tried to escape, Robert used the momentum to transition into an armbar for the tap and the victory. In the Bantamweight division, David Havice and Mike Beach squared off to see who would walk away with the NFC 135 pound gold. The fight ended in the very first round, with Mike Beach landing some heavy leather for yet ANOTHER knockout on the night and the strap around his waist. The seventeenth fight on the card was an interesting battle in the ladies’ division featuring Rachael Smith taking on Sara Vankammen. It was a VERY technical display from both of these ladies, with a TON of great striking, sweeps and transitions. The tide shifted back and forth until the second round when Rachael took advantage of an opening and grabbed the armbar for the tap out win. Next up NFL Jerseys Cheap was a Middleweight title fight, with boxing phenom Nick Vega taking on GRMMA’s Tim “Too Tall” Harvey. The fight started with a striking exchange that included several leg kicks. Late in the first (and last) round, Tim secured the clinch and landed a devastating knee that added another knockout to the event’s rising toll, and put Tim at the top of NFC’s stacked 185 pound class. The Light Heavyweight championship fight was a fast paced, brutal battle between Chris Lozano and Jamahal Hill. Lozano came out early with some solid shots, but Hill answered them all and got the takedown in round one and unleashed a vicious ground and pound assault. Lozano made it through the first round, only to be taken down again at the start of round two. Hill opened up again with another barrage of elbows and hammerfists, forcing the ref to call the fight and declare Jamal the 205 pound champion. The fight for the NFC Flyweight title was a VERY fast paced battle between Jeff McManus Jr. and Eddie “The Machete” Tamez. These two exchanged on the feet early, with McManus getting the better of the exchange. McManus also pulled off two HUGE slams, then transitioned into full mount and let the hands fly for the TKO finish and the title gold. NFC’s Welterweight title was up for grabs when the experienced Dakota Lichner took on the always entertaining Randy Patino. Patino’s ground game was on point. He caught Dakota early on in the first round in a triangle choke, then continued to work it in like a Boa, until finally his opponent was forced to concede, making Randy the current 170 pound champ. The last fight of the night was a war in the Lightweight division for the belt and bragging rights in the 155 domain. Arturo DeLeon faced off against Kamron Snyder in what turned out to be a technical but brief exchange. DeLeon opened up a cut on Snyder with some standup early on, but after a takedown and some quick jockeying for position, Kam locked on a tight armbar that proved to be inescapable, earning a submission win and a golden strap. Much respect goes out to ALL of the warriors who came out and made this event what it was…a raging success! Hats off to all the champions, challengers and knockout artists who were a part of NFC and MMA history.

And now it’s staffer time…the guys and gals who make it all go down both in the open and behind the scenes. If it weren’t for WEEKS of hard work and planning, shows like this one simply couldn’t happen. With that in mind, let’s give some shout outs! Hand to hand combat safety experts – also referred to as referees – for this event were the duo of “Vicious” Vance Swerdan and Doug “That One Guy” Gallegos. The judges panel was comprised of “Big” John Lofquist wholesale nfl jerseys Jr., Dru Gardner and Amy “Red Hot” Rusnell. The announcer for the evening was Mr. 1204, with DJ Two-3 backing him up with the beats. Our buddy Izzy Quintanilla was in the house with MI Entertainment, providing fans and fighters with ALL of the best merch for sweet prices. And we DEFINITELY can’t forget about one of our most favoritest ring girls ever, Hera Marsh, and the always stunning Michaela Prevost. Now with ten solid events under their belt, NFC will be continuing to deliver much, much more great MMA action in the future. And every time they roll back into town , you can find it here first so you can make plans to catch the next one! Until then, here are your results…

Fight #1
Chris Woonacott vs Evan Strahl
Winner: Evan Strahl at 4 seconds in round 1 by knock out.

Fight #2
Dakota Priest vs Cody Colson
Winner: Dakota Priest in round 1 by knock out.

Fight #3
Matt Maxfield vs Mike Nelson
Winner: Matt Maxfield in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #4
Devonta Harris vs Desmond Colvin
Winner: Desmond Colvin by unanimous decision after three hard-fought rounds.

Fight #5
Mateo Soto vs Antoine Wiseman
Winner: Antoine Wiseman by disqualification.

Fight #6
Leonardo Vega vs Matt Comer
Winner: Matt Comer in round 3 by knock out.

Fight #7
Manuel Sosa vs Jose Flores
Winner: Manuel Sosa by unanimous decision after three hard-fought rounds.

Fight #8
Clyde Howard vs Jarrid Hill
Winner: Jarrid Hill in round 1 by knock out.

Fight #9
Brandon Vargas vs James Wade
Winner: Brandon Vargas in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #10 – King of the Streets Belt Superfight
Jonathan “The Jackhammer” Walker vs Fidel Oliverez
Winner: Jonathan “The Jackhammer” Walker in round 1 by tap out due to triangle choke.

Fight #11
Joshua Zimmer vs Mike Richardson
Winner: Joshua Zimmer in round 2 by tap out due to strikes.

Fight #12 – King of the Streets Belt Superfight
Robert Masko vs Kenneth “Batman” Green
Winner: Robert Masko in round 1 by tap out due to armbar.

Fight #13
Anthony Morales vs Anthony Osborne
Winner: Anthony Osborne in round 1 by tap out due to rear naked choke.

Fight #14
Thomas Wells vs Robert Feirick
Winner: Robert Feirick in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #15 – NFC 135lb. TITLE FIGHT<br wechselnde />
David Havice vs Mike Beach
Winner: Mike Beach in round 1 by knock out.

Fight #16 – King of the Streets Belt Superfight
Emilio Williams vs Jacob Berghuis
Winner: Jacob Berghuis in round 1 by verbal submission.

Fight #17 – King of the Streets Female Belt Superfight
Rachael Smith vs Sara Vankammen
Winner: Rachael Smith in round 2 by tap out due to armbar.

Fight #18 – 185lb. TITLE FIGHT
Nick Vega vs Tim “Too Tall” Harvey
Winner: Tim “Too Tall” Harvey in round 1 by knock out.

Fight #19 – NFC 205lb. TITLE FIGHT
Chris Lozano vs Jamahal Hill
Winner: Jamahal Hill in round 2 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #20 – NFC 125lb. TITLE FIGHT
Jeff McManus vs Eddie “The Machete” Tamez
Winner: Jeff McManus in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #21 – King of the Streets Belt Superfight
Andrew Allen vs Scott Goulet
Winner: Scott Goulet in round 1 by tap out due to armbar.

Fight #22 – NFC 170lb. TITLE FIGHT
Dakota Lichner vs Randy Patino
Winner: Randy Patino in round 1 by tap out due to triangle choke.

Fight #23 – NFC 155lb. TITLE FIGHT
Arturo DeLeon vs Kamron Snyder
Winner: Kamron Snyder in round 1 by tap out due to armbar.

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