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Bostick has his arm raised!

Bostick has his arm raised!

By: The Clinch Report Staff

Brett Rogers and his BAMMA USA promotion return to the Commerce Casino Friday April 10th for ‘Bad Beat 15’. The main event will feature former TUF contestant Karim Ghazi (formerly Chris Saunders) who will take on a very talented up and comer Darren Smith.  Smith is riding a two fight win streak and is looking too add a big name to his resume of wins. Ghazi has alternated wins and losses in his last four fights, and is looking to bring some consistency to finally shed the prospect mantle for that of a contender.

The event will feature some of the regions best young fighters including Systems Training Centers John Robles, and Isaac Velasco, HardCore HQ’s Eddie Jackson. The Co Main event will feature dynamic striker Kevin Bostick, who will look to continue his winning ways against a fellow striker Chris Costello. Both of these fighters seem to get paid by the minute, and not the round so you better not blink.

 

Badbeat 15 Fight Card

155lbs: Karim Ghazi vs. Darren Smith

135lbs: John Robles (7-4) vs. Rob Gooch (3-2)

155lbs: Kevin Bostick (5-3) vs. Chris Costello (3-3)

170lbs: Eddie Jackson (5-1) vs. Ty Freeman (8-3)

125lbs: Tim Riscen (4-0) vs. Shai Lindsey (2-0)

125lbs: Michael Reyes (1-0) vs. Keenan Lewis (3-3)

145lbs: Isaac Velasco (1-2) vs Odis Ruiz (2-1)

125lbs: Adrian Gutierrez (0-2) vs. Kyle Estrada (0-0)

170lbs: Zachary McAlister (0-0) vs Daniel Hernandez (0-0)

135lbs: Brooksie Bayard (0-1) vs Shannon Reid (0-0)

105lbs: Kaiyana Rain (0-2) vs Tina Bui (0-0)

 

 

 

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vBamma USA once again invades the Commerce Casino

Preliminary Card

Levon Sargsyan (0-0) vs. Michael Reyes (0-0) 125 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd1: Excellent patience from Sargsyan who avoids a few big swings from Reyes. Reyeslunges and catches Sargysan who is in trouble. Big ground and pound from Reyes who inspires the stoppage. Winner :32 Rd 1 via KO Michael Reyes

Chris Schommer (1-0) vs Jose Rivas jr (1-0) 205 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Reyes enters to “The Game” made famous by Triple H in the WWE. Interesting choice of songs….

Rd1: Schommer looking for the takedown but its not there. He settles for a few leg kicks, then feign the take down again. Reyes digs to the legs, then lands a nice two punch combination before Schommer instigates the clinch.  Head kick from Reyes flirts ineffectively. Schommer in on a single and brings the fight to the ground. In side cross landing elbows and punches, Schommer senses the finish. Schommer sinks in the brabo choke as he moves to a north south position and Reyes is out as the round ends. Winner via head and arm choke Rd 1 Chris Schommer

Ashley Yoder (1-0) vs Maria Rios (1-0) 115 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd1: Yoder starts out more active, but Rios patiently finds her way into the clinch. Yoder backed into the cage, taking a few foot stomps. Rios now backed up momentarily before reversing position. Referee Mike Beltran calls for a break, and Rios immediately lands with a nice leg kick. Yoder with head control, but Rios gets free and again pressing Yoder against the cage. Rios with a big elbow to the liver that buckles Yoder.We give  Rd 1 to Rios 10-9

Rd2: More clinching, as Rios still in control Both fighters land with punches. Another nice elbow from Rios brings her again into the clinch. Yoder able to take Rios down. Yoder now in side control lands a nice elbow. Yoder smothering Rios, but Rios doing some nice work from bottom. Triangle almost locked up by Rios but Yoder breaks free. Both fighters landing with punches as the round ends. We give it 10-9 Yoder

Rd3: Yoder again with a nice hip toss take down. Yoder in side control but Rios threatens the back. Nice reversal from Rios who is now working from the half guard. Rios transitions to the back but gets swept. Now Yoder working in the closed guard of Rios. Referee calls for a break. Rios lands a nice combination and another. Rios flurries and Yoder gives back as well. Rios again lands with heavy straight punches that have Yoder rocked and backed up as the round and the fight come to an end. We have it 10-9 Rios giving her a very close 29-28 decision win. Winner by UD Maria Rios

Adrian Gutierrez (0-0) vs Tim Riscen (2-0) 125 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd 1: Riscen in on a take down, but Gutierrez appears to have his neck.  Riscen gets free momentarily before having his posture controlled by Gutierrez. Back to there feet Gutierrez lands nice right before getting dragged back to the mat. Riscen in the guard now, looking to land with the right, but Gutierrez kicks him away and gets back to his feet. Riscen again with a take down. Big right elbows from Riscen find a home. Gutierrez gets free and stands only to be taken down again. And the round comes to a close. 10-9 Riscen

Rd 2: Gutierrez starts out the aggressor, backing Riscen up. Riscen finds the take down again. Riscen steps over in to half guard and lands with a few punches before Gutierrez escapes back to his feet. Riscen find the double leg again, and wouldn’t you know he gets another take down. Riscen locks up a modified head and arm choke, and that is the end of the contest. Winner Tim Riscen via SUB Von Flue choke

Alyssa Garcia (0-0) vs Misha Nassiri (2-0) 110 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd 1: Nassiri lands a few rights and lefts, but Garcia  closes the distance quickly. Both fighters get away from each other, only to have Garcia shoot and achieve the take down. Nassiri curled up against the cage, as Garcia looks to pull her away. Both fighters stand up. Nice knee in the clinch from Garcia. Sit out take down tosses Nassiri as Garcia is just smothering her. Nassiri doing well for the moment controlling the posture of Garcia. Round end 10-9 Garcia

Rd 2: Garcia swings wildly and misses but is able to get in close enough to grab the plumb clinch. Nice scramble from Garcia finds her in mount. Grapevines flatten out Nassiri but Garcia cannot seem to posture up. Garcia might have the back, but sits out instead. Now she transitions to the arm. Armbar looks tight but Garcia cant seem to force the tap. She adjusts and that is the end of the fight! Winner Alyssa Garcia via armbar Rd 2 2:04

Christian Aguilera (2-0) vs Eric Steans jr (4-2) 155 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd 1:Steans lands a big left that wobbles Aguilera right away. However he gets back to his feet and takes Steans down. Steans looking for the guillotine. Aguilera rolls through but lands a huge uppercut that has Steans out cold! WOW. Winner via KO Christian Aguilera Rd 1

Chris Pena (3-2) vs Mike Segura (2-0) 155 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd 1: Pena with a nice leg kick to start off the round. Segura looking to counter. 3 punch combination from Segura stop Penas’s advances. Segura looking to establish his superior reach. Pena touches with the right hand. Big left from Pena backs up Segura. Body kick from Segura drops Pena momentarily. Oooh a shot to the pills prompts referee Herb Dean to call a halt to the action. Pena has 5 minutes to recover. We are back under way. Pena charges forward and glances with the right hand. Segura lands a nice hook but misses with the second. Nice left rom Segura gets Pena’s attention. Segura jumps guard but Pena gets his head free and lands to the body. Segura trying to control the posture of Pena. Pena looks to be transitioning to the back, but Segura shakes him back into the half guard. Pena digs to the body. Nice short elbow from Pena. Segura finally closes the guard, but cannot find any breathing room. Big shots from Pena as the round ends. 10-9 Pena with the late work.

Rd 2: Segura with a nice side kick to the body of Pena. Pena presses Segura against the cage, and then takes him down. Segura again controls the posture well, and then grabs an arm. He could parlay this into a sweep, but has the arm lock pretty deep. Segura with a nice Kimura and Herb Dean has seen enough. No tap from Pena. Winner via technical submission Kimura Mike Segura

Daniel McWilliams (11-26) vs  Costello (3-2) 170 lbs 3X5 min rounds

Rd 1: Winner McWilliams via RNC :51 Rd 1

Jason Williams (4-6) vs Darren Smith (5-4) 158 lbs (catchweight) 3X5 min rounds

Rd 1: Referee Steven Davis is the third man in the cage for this catchweight bout. Willams starts off with the jab, as Smith looks to get under for the take down. Upper cut from Smith just misses. Knee from Williams as he is backed up finds it mark but Smith powers right through. Low blow from Smith prompts Steven Davis to call a halt to the action. Williams looks like he needs a minute, he will have 5. Williams is ready and here we go. Nice hands from Williams touch Smith, but he lands a counter that drops Williams. Smith looking to take the back and does. Punches from the back mount reign down, but Williams seems to be ok for the moment. Smith now working the choke. Both hooks in, but it looks like he is finally under the chin and he is, Smith secures the tap in the first round. X170 lbs 3X3 min roundsWinner via RNC Darren Smith Rd 1 3:41

Xavier Stokes  (4-4)) vs Ozzie Alvarez 170 lbs 3X5 min rounds

Rd 1: Alvarez  in top position as Stokes closes the guard. Nice rights to the body from Alvarez. Short elbow from bottom by Stokes. Alvarez still in control as Stokes looks to control. Alvarez scurries back into top control, as Stokes can’t seem to get up. Alvarezs lands a single left, and then hammers the body with right hands. Hammer fists alternate between the head and body. Stokes in trouble as Herb Dean looks in, a few more prompt the stoppage. Winner via TKO 3:03 Rd 1  Ozzie Alvarez

Christina Marks (4-7) vs Melanie Lacroix (4-1) 135 lbs 3X3 min rounds

Rd 1: Mike Beltran and his mustache in charge of the action. Both fighter stalking, neither willing to commit. Lacroix springs into a combination that finds her in the clinch. Nice knee from Marks, but Lacroix rag dolls her back against the cage. Nice right hands from Marks. Lacroix lands with the knee to the midsection. Marks doing some damage with the short punches, but Lacroix refusing to give up the clinch. Underhooks from Lacroix help her keep position. Lacroix catches a leg momentarily and uses it to again get inside. Marks backs away and circles to her left. Push kick from Marks and Lacroix again grabs the clinch as the round end. 10-9 Lacroix in a very close round.

Rd 2: Nice right hand from Lacroix lands as Marks was moving away. Lacroix again utilizing the wall and stall tactic to quote my buddy Stephen Quadros. Lacroix again holding plum but not landing anything all that significant. Both fighter seperate and Marks lands with a pawing right hand. Lacroix again gets inside and lands a big right on the exit. Marks defending well against the clinch but cant seem to get any momentum as Lacroix is smothering her. Marks misses the uppercut and eats a left. Both ladies trading heavy punches as the round comes to a close. 10-9 for Lacroix.

Rd 3: Marks misses with a sloppy right. Lacroix catches the leg and uses it again to get the clinch. Nice straight elbow from Lacroix gets through the underhooks of Marks. Nice right hand from Lacroix on the exit. Marks scores with a left. Nice right from Lacroix lands as both women are landing. Marks lands a swift 1, 2 that starches Lacroix, however she walks right through to again get the thai clinch. Nice knee from Marks. Bull rush from Lacroix as the fight comes to a close. Close round but 10-9 Marks. we have her losing  a UD but this fight could be scored much closer! Winner via UD 29-28 Christina Marks

Eddie Jackson (4-1) vs Nick Reale (7-8) 170 lbs 3X5 min rounds

Rd 1: Reale starting very low, pawing with the jab. Jackson looks to be more upright and looking to counter. Neither willing to commit, until Reale charges forward only to be thrown on his back. Jackson with elbow to the mid section. Jackson steps over into mount, but Reale able to recover half guard. Reale to his feet and quickly gets the take down. Jackson looking to shake Reale off his back and does so. 1,1,3 lands for Reale as he looks for another take down. Jackson tries to hop out, and lands a nice right that drops Reale. Jackson perhaps sensing the finish looks to swarm. Reale in trouble, eats several unanswered hammer fists. prompting the stoppage from referee Steven Davis. Winner Eddie Jackson via TKO  Rd 1

Jeff Martin (10-10) vs Terrion Ware (11-3) 135 lbs TITLE FIGHT 5×5 min rounds.

Rd 1: Martins out quickly. Nice counter left from Ware staggers Martin. Over hand right from Ware. Martin gets the clinch. Ware moves well to get away. Martin again looking for the take down and he has it. Ware is in trouble as Martin is fishing for an arm. Ware gets free and Martin stands. In the clinch Martin with nice knees. Martin now flirting with the choke as he gets Ware on his back. Triangle from Ware. Ware now looking for the arm. Marin in all sorts of trouble. Martin able to escape. Martin now in the guard and slams out of another triangle from Ware. Martin now has Ware’s back. Ware in a very bad position against the fence as Martin looks for the leg. Hammer fist from Ware as the round comes to a close. 10-9 Martin

Rd 2: Martin immediately shoots but Ware able to keep his feet although he is backed up to the cage. Martin with a knee but Ware lands over the top and staggers Martin. Ware digs to the body as Martin is on his bicycle. Leg kick from Ware. Martin touches with the jab. More leg kicks from Ware. Nice chopping leg kick from Ware. Uppercut to the body from Ware. Martin bleeding from the mouth now. Ware again lands with several punches and a knee. Nice body work from Ware. Martin seems to be gassing. Again a nice combination from Ware has Martin covering up. Ware’s jab is piecing apart his opponent. More leg kicks from Ware, and again. Martin has spent the entire round backing up. Ware digs to the body with a crisp left right combination. Head kick lands for Ware and the round comes to a close. 10-9 Ware

Rd 3: Ware again starts the round backing up his opponent. Martin eats a jab and an outside leg kick. Martin backed up moves to his left to get away from the cage, but Ware is relentless. Double jab from Ware finds its mark. Right cross lands and moves Martin across the cage. Ware slipped but back to his feet. Nice knee lands from the clinch for Ware. Martin lands to the leg, but eats a right hand for his efforts. Ware is moving Martin around at will with his straight punches, however Martin able to get in deep momentarily before Ware shrugs him off and cracks him with the left. Martin down, Ware backs off forcing him to his feet. Martin seems hurt, but able to keep fighting. Ware now pouring on the ground and pound as the round comes to a close. 10-9 Ware

Rd 4: Ware start off right where he left off, digging to the body of Martin. Martin with a nice knee, before he charges Ware and presses him to the cage. Martin pulls guard but Ware has none of it, both fighter back to their feet. Ware again lands to the body. Martin drops as Ware takes the back. Right hands from Ware are not being answered some more find their home and it is over! Winner and Still 135 lbs Bamma USA champion Terrion ‘Flash’ Ware 

 

 

 

 

Duran inspires a leak!

Duran inspires a leak!

 

By: Jonathan King The Clinch Report

Photos By: John Walsh The Clinch Report

Bamma USA has gained a reputation in the Mixed Martial Arts community for being one of the best promotions around. There are numerous reasons to bestow such praise for Brett Roberts and his crew, however the simplest reason is also the most important. They put on exciting fights. There are no free rides.  “Match ups, make fights!” In Bamma USA, the matchmaking is what makes the difference.

Badbeat 11 continued that trend, despite major issues that would have folded a lesser promotion. After loosing 1/2 of the main event, the promotion unlike most was able to find a extremely suitable competitor on short notice. Mehdi Baghdad (8-3) stepped in for E. Chavez who had to pull out of the fight due to injury, leaving Dionisio Ramirez (7-4) out of a title fight, and with a very dangerous opponent on short notice.

Both fighters gave an outstanding effort, that had the crowd standing at several points.  The first round found both fighters landing big, with neither giving any ground. After a very entertaining five minutes, both fighters emerged for the second round with neither staking a convincing claim to the first frame.

In the second though, Baghdad began to find his range, and after dropping Ramirez with strikes, he quickly transitioned to the back, securing the choke and the win at 1:53 of the second round.

Earlier in the evening John Hackleman Jr (son of famed striking coach of the same name) made his pro MMA debut, winning via TKO in the very first round. Hackleman jr, utilized his superior Muay Thai strikes, and dominate range to level a very tough Edward Hyman (0-1) at 1:07 of the very first round.

David Duran (2-1) was able to secure his second consecutive ‘Be First Clothing’ KO of the night bonus, edging out Aaron Wetherspoon (9-4), Chris Costello (3-2), and Jack May (6-0) who all won impressively either by KO, or TKO.

Mayhem Miller and Uriah Hall Incident:

Unfortunately and through no fault of the promoters the evening was marred with a black eye, because of one disgusting incident that has made headlines. Apparently Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller and Uriah Hall had words over a female(that may or may not be the same female who had filed assault charges against Miller earlier this year). When Hall try to calm things down, Miller began taunting him.

As this was happening, several reporters and security began to separate the fighters. It was at that point, a few racial slurs were uttered, and a right hand from Hall was issued in response. At that point Hall, who although upset, conducted himself with dignity the whole time, began seeking a way out of the arena.

Hall was escorted by security to the parking lot, not because he was being removed, Or because he was seeking out Miller, but because he simply wanted to go home. Security was there to ensure Miller didn’t return. Which to his credit, he did not!

Commentary: 

Much has been written already about the incident, most by people who weren’t even there. Debates have started, both defending and attacking Miller. Emotions were high, horrible things were said, and a punch was thrown. Is that enough for you to pass judgement on someone? Maybe it is; maybe this incident added to a few others is enough for some to feel comfortable passing judgement. However, sometimes good people do stupid things, when they are in pain or personal turmoil. It is no excuse for bad behavior, nor is it a ‘get out of jail free card’, but maybe it is a cry for help.

Hopefully, Hall doesn’t receive any punishment, and Miller gets the help he needs (only of course, if he feel if he is in need!) I for one, would love to see the resurrection and redemption of a very talented fighter named Jason Miller, not this angry Tyler Durden version of one of the most charismatic fighters in MMA history!

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We are going to stream the results round by round live from Commerce Casino

First Prelim:

Reshan Sabaratnam (0-1) v Tommy Gavin (0-0) 145 lbs (Featherweight)

Rd1: Herb Dean calling the action. Gavin lands a big right hand and immediately drops reshan who falls into Gavins gaurd. Reshan now in side control, with Gavin looking to bridge out. He now switches to a crucifix from side control. Gavin right arm trapped. Gavin rolls, and momentarily gets back to his feet, before Reshan brings him back too the mat. Another take down as the round ends. Clearly a 10-9 round for Reshan Sabarantnam.

Rd2: Big left hand from Reshan rops Gavin, who lands against the fence. Reshan follows him to the mat, and lands inside Gavins guard. Now in side control, Reshan is looking to posture, then mounts. And then switches to side control, before taking Gavins back. Gavin able to reverse, momentarily before being rolled to his back. Reshan transitions to the mount again, and now again takes Gavins back. Reshan with some ground and pound, Herb Dean looks in, and stops the fight. Winner Reshan Sabaratnam via TKO Rd 2 (2:51).

Chris Costello (1-2) v Matt Bahngte (2-2) 155 lbs Lightweight

Rd1: Referee Mike Beltran calling the action. Bahngte starts off with his jab, but Costello looks game landing leg kicks on both sides. Costello again landing a 1 2 combination. Bahngte much busier now, but has small welling already under his eye. Big knee from Costello. And a leg kick right hand follows. Big Knee by Bahngte countered well with a big right hand by Costello. The two engage in the clinch as the round comes to a close. 10-9 for Costello.

Rd2: Much better start from Bahngte as he is clearly the busier fighter. Left right lands for Bahngte, as Costello stalks. Costello loses his mouth piece prompted time from Beltran. Nice left for Bahngte lands, as Cosello goes back to the leg kicks. Costello again instigates the clinch and lands a big right hand. Bahngte flails for a shot, but has to pull guard as Costello sprawls effectively. Round comes to an end with Costello on top, and Bahngte is cut badly. 10-9 Costello

rd 3: Bahngte starts again as the aggressor, and scores a take down, as Costello scoots back to his feet, only to be slammed again to the mat. Bahngte transitions to the back, but cant sink in his hooks. Costello manages to get back to his feet and lands a heavy right to the head, followed by a vicious elbow. Now Costello seems to be pressing the action as Bahngte shoots again, but is stifled. Both fighters trading shots, and end up against the cage as the fight ends. We have Costello again 10-9 We have him winning all 3 rounds. Winner (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) Chris Costello via Split decision

Luis Iniguez (2-4-1) v Nick Jordan (1-1) 145 lbs (Featherweight)

Rd 1: Referee Mike Bell in charge of the action. Over hand left from Jordan to start is partially blocked. Deep shot from Jordan finds him landing the take down into mount. He then transitions to the back, and starts softening Iniguez up with hammer fists. But Iniguez wont let him sink in the choke. Jordan now reigning down heavy blows from back mount. Round comes to a close, with Jordan clearly winning, possibly 10-8 but probably 10-9.

Rd 2: Early take down for Jordan scores, and he lands inside Iniquez’s closed guard. Good posturing by Jordan as Iniques looks to throw the triangle, Jordan gets free, but his relentless pressure wont allow Iniquez to his feet. Jordan again landing, ans he has Iniguez smooshed up against the fence. Now Jordan transitions to the back, but Iniguez turtles up in defense, as the round comes to a close, its all Jordan. 10-9

Rd 3: Iniguez starts out with a jab, but is again taken to the ground by Jordan who lands in guard. Again Jordan moves the scramble to the fence, where he begins the ground assault once again. Iniguez can only play defense at this point, as he finds himself in a sort of North-South position.  Iniguez again cannot get any room, as the fight ends Jordan again in dominant position. 10-9 Jordan. Winner via unanimous decision Nick Jordan

Terrion ‘The Flash’ Ware (5-2) v Bobby Sanchez (13-22) 130 lbs

Rd 1: Long feeling out process to start the bout. Ware lands a huge knee as Sanchez shot lands on his chin, and Ware swarms with a barrage of hammer fists that end the fight. Winner: Terrion ‘The Flash’ Ware via TKO rd 1(:41)

Marvin Madariaga (2-1) v Eric ‘E-Money’

Rd1:Winston Big rght hand by Madariaga lands immediately as Winston scrambles to grab an ankle, heel hook by Winston looks tight, but Madariaga grabs the fence to get away prompting a warning from Herb Dean. Winston instigates the clinch and looks for a takedown but Madariaga escapes. Left and right from Madariaga as he presses the action. Elbows to the side of Winstons head land for Madariaga, but Winston completes the take down. Winston now in side control, landinf short elbows. Madariaga hip escapes back to his feet, but can’t escape the clench. Toss from Winston at the bell.  10 -9 for Winston

Rd2: Madariaga grabs a neck, as Winston shot, but the guilotine is not tight enough. Winston escapes and rolls into an arm bar belly down. Beautiful roll completes the move, as Madariaga is forced to tap. Winner Winston via rd 2 submission Arm bar (1:15)

Main Card:

Sevak Magakian (12-4-1) v Eric Brown (3-3) 155 Lbs (Lightweight)

Rd 1: Sevak with a high kick that touches the face of Brown. Then Sevak catches a Brown kick and brings the fight to the mat. Sevak maneuvers for a heel hook, but Brown some how counters with a heel hook of his own, and Sevak taps! Winner Eric Brown Submission Heel Hook (:57) Rd 1.

Scott ‘K.O.’ Catlin  (8-7) v Gabe ‘Godzilla’ Ruediger (17-8) 160 lbs (Catch weight)

Rd 1: Mike Bell calling the action. Catlin lands a left, but Ruediger gets a single leg and takes the fight to the mat. Ruediger has Catlin up agaisnt the cagek but Catlin reverses pressing Ruediger. Catlin then escapes a take down and prefers to stand. Left right by Catlin lands flush. Catlin now landing with more frequency, as Ruediger keeps dropping his hands. Catlin being very efficient with his strikes, but Ruediger keeps moving forward. Ruediger having a hard time landing anything, and Catlin seems content to pick his shots. Knee from Ruediger lands, and so does a right from Catlin that was clearly after the bell. 10-9 Catlin

Rd 2: More single punches from Catlin find there mark , but Ruediger is able to secure the take down. Now Ruediger lands a series of hammer fists. Ruediger seems poised to finish, but Catlin is still alive. Noe Ruediger looks for an armbar, and get it. Catlin taps. Winner Ruediger via Armbar rd 2 (2:13) With an Assist to Sean Kanan  (who inspired the win)

Justin ‘The Mortal Sinn’ Linn (3-0) v Chris ‘The Urban Legend’ Culley (16-10) 150 lbs (Catch weight) Unfortunately the internet crashed. And Streaming results will start at round 3.

Rd 3: Front kick from Culley lands. Followed by a kick to the body of Linn. Culley now looking to counter, as he times Linn with a pawing jab. Linn moving forward landing abig left hand, but Culley shrugs it off. Culley starts a flurry with 3 right hands and several knees in the clinch, but Linn is able to survive. he round comes to an end with Culley landing again with the right. We score the fight for Chris Culley.  Winner Chris Culley via Unanimous Decision

Ernest ‘EJ’ Chavez (6-0) Jorge ‘The Envy’ Valdez (6-2) 155 lbs (Lightweight  Title 5×5 rounds)

Rd 1: Mike Beltran calling in charge of the action. Both fighters throwing with reckless abandon, as Valdez goes for the flying arm bar, but Chavez breaks free and lands a few bombs, before again being tied up in a potential arm bar, but again he escapes. Now in Chavez’s in the guard of Valdez landing big shots on the ground. Valdez trying to be offensive from his back, but can’t land much. Chavez lands 3 hammer fists to the face of Valdez, and remains stuck in his guard. And that is where the round ends. 10-9 Chavez

Rd 2: Valdez actively using his legs, but Chavez again takes the leg and parlays it into another take down. Again in Chavez’s guard. Valdez briefly gets to his feet only to be taken down again. Chavez doing his best to land ground strikes, but Valdez is very active from his back. Chavez still working in Valdez’s guard, but can’t seem to control the posture. Valdez looking for an omaplata but Chavez gets out as the round comes to an end. Another round for Chavez10-9

Rd 3: Big left hand from Chavez rocks Valdez and again the fight finds its way in the guard of Vadez. Chavez stands and wants Valdez to do the same. Both fighters now standing, and immediately Valdez utilizes the clinch against the cage. He then transers back to the ground, where Chavez looks for a triangle. Chavez breaks the hold, and moves back into the guard of Valdez. Big hematoma on the forehead of Valdez, as Chavez lands more ground strikes. Valdez is able to close the half guard, But Chavez stands. Chavez lands a flurry on the ground and is looking for the finish, Mike Beltran looks in and stops the action. Winner via TKO Chavez (4:00) New BAMMA USA Lightweight Champion

Ronald Lebreton Jr. (8-7) v Mikey Gomez (14-9) 185 lbs (Middleweight)

Rd 1: Lebreton pushes Gomez against the cage and starts with knees to the thigh of Gomez. Now Gomez reverses, and takes Lebreton down. Gomez working in side control, but Lebreton throws the switch and sweeps. Gomez grabs a hold of Lebreton’s arm from a strange angle and is able to secure an arm lock, as Lebreton taps furiously in agony! Winner Gomez via arm bar Rd 1 (1:37)