WXC 27: Flawless – Results from February 26th, 2011

The Gibraltar Trade Center in Taylor was the home of Warrior Xtreme Cagefighting‘s latest and greatest event: Flawless. The event got its name from the flawless records that some of these warriors were putting on the line. With a crew that includes promoter Jeff Pitock, co-promoter Norbert Pasztor, matchmaker Mike Pedenelli and the microphone master himself, Pete “Mr. Throwdown” Trevino Jr., WXC seems to have found a winning formula. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to be there in person for this MMA extravaganza, but thanks to our buddy Norbert, we were able to get some results for you! If you haven’t been to a live WXC show, than you need to put it on your “MMA to-do list”. As a matter of fact, you’ll have a chance to do so on March 19th at their next show at Skateland West entitled “Evolution”. Also, you can get a sample of cheap ray bans the type of action you can expect on WXC’s YouTube Channel, or read the News Herald Blog’s article about the event by David Doig. But for now, you’ll have to settle for these results…

Fight #1
Justin Price vs Hunter Snodgrass
Winner: Justin Price by unanimous decision.

Fight #2
Brad Wire vs Chris Richardson
Winner: Brad Wire at 1:17 in round 1 by tap out due to armbar.

Fight #3
Nate Tigney vs Jose De La Cruz
Winner: Nate Tigney at 2:08 in round 2 by verbal submission due to strikes.

Fight #4
Shaun Kealo vs Russell Campbell
Winner: Shaun Kealo at 1:22 in round 1 by tap out due to head scissor choke.

Fight #5
Dustin Cheap MLB Jerseys Diehl vs Antonio Gonzalez
Winner: Dustin Diehl at the conclusion of round 2 – opponent unable to continue due to arm injury.

Fight #6
Darryl Humphrey vs Chayne Poole
Winner: Darryl Humphrey at 54 seconds in round 1 by verbal submission due to strikes.

Fight #7
Brad “Kool-Aid” Hinderer vs Jibril Showers
Winner: Cheap nfl Jerseys Brad “Kool-Aid” Hinderer at 2:20 in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #8
Drew LaFord vs Corey Green
Winner: Drew LaFord by split decision.

Fight #9
Eric “The Reject” Burress vs William Frost
Winner: Eric “The Reject” Burress by unanimous decision.

Fight #10
Greg Sizemore vs Michael McIntosh
Winner: Greg Sizemore at 39 seconds in round 1 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Fight #11
Kyle Stevens vs “Trigger” Tray Suthers
Winner: Kyle Stevens at 1:09 in round 1 by tap out due to guillotine choke.

Fight #12
Tyler Pitock vs Joshua Wilkinson
Winner: Tyler Pitock at 1:31 in round 3 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Jesse Bazzi vs Michael Jordan
Winner: Jesse Bazzi at 1:07 in round 1 by tap out and due to guillotine choke.

Muhammad Abdullah vs Adam Hie
Winner: Muhammad Abdullah at 41 seconds in round 2 by knock out by flying knee.

Rob Taylor vs Gene Romanowski
Winner: Rob Taylor at 1:09 in round 3 by TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

Katie “Deuce Deuce” Dihle vs Tasha Moore
Winner: Katie “Deuce Deuce” Dihle by unanimous decision.

Fight #17 – LIGHTWEIGHT cheap nfl jerseys TITLE FIGHT
Kyle Lingg vs Deven “Bad News” Brown
Winner: Kyle Lingg at 1:07 in round 2 by tap out due to rear naked choke.

There were not only 1, but 2 Fight of the Night awards issued for:
Katie Dihle vs Tasha Moore & Tyler Pitock vs Joshua Wilkinson.

Knockout of the Night was awarded to Muhammad Abdullah.

Submission of the Night was awarded to Shaun Kealo.

6 comments to “WXC 27: Flawless – Results from February 26th, 2011”
  1. The flying knee KO by Muhammad Abdullah was incredible! The womens fight was def FOTN! Great fight between Brown and Lingg as well! Overall it was another awesome night of fights put on by WXC!

  2. you could have mentioned how the WXC 155 belt belonged to william woodford how had like 3 title defenses and then was suddenly stripped of his belt without even being asked to defend it for this february show. although he defended it in december he was told he “hasnt been fighting” after the January show and was stripped of it. he wasnt the only person they have stripped of a belt too for no reason. some league they are…

    • Woodford was asked a few times if he attended to fight and told us he was going pro…Then we asked a little harder telling him we would like him to have this last fight with us before so… Our rule is 4 fights you keep the belt and we get a new one…we where told more then a few time he’s going pro…so we told him to keep the belt and best wishes to his new pro career…and we see that didn’t even take place…We are not interested in playing the game with anyone…Fighters ask every day to fight for belts and when then are given the shot, win then 2/3 months later are asked to defend and then himhaw around, well I would say that answers that enough…We work very hard to help build careers and champions within our program…Take it as serious as we do or we move on without you!…

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