M-One Grand Muay Thai Championship

13 10 2011


Thai Boxing Inc. and M-One Grand Muay Thai proudly bring to you “USA vs. Thailand” on October 21st at Club Nokia, Downtown Los Angeles. This follows a historic event for M-One, who brought us living legend Saenchai Sinbimuaythai to fight against America’s poster boy, Kevin Ross, for the first-ever WBC Muay Thai Diamond belt. This show proves to be no different since for the first time in 25 years the top American fighters will be facing off against Thai world champions.

The main event features Muay Thai’s version of Mike Tyson, Joe “Stitch ‘em Up” Schilling vs. the “Giant Killer” Kaoklai Kaennorsing for the WBC Muay Thai Light Heavyweight World title. Joe is a non-stop, aggressive fighter that loves to push forward and use his elbows to end the fights early. He has won his last 5 bouts by knockout and is looking to shock the world. Kaoklai Kaennorsing is the former K1 Asia champion and former WBC Muay Thai World champion. Kaoklai has over 150 wins and comes in as the heavy favorite. He will be looking to use his experience and solid technique against Schilling. This fight has all the makings to be an instant, unforgettable classic.

The night’s co-main event includes America’s poster boy Kevin “The Soul Assassin” Ross who is coming off a legendary performance against Saenchai and will now be facing current Lumpinee Stadium champion Sakkedao Petchpayathai for the WBC Muay Thai Super Lightweight title. Kevin has worked his way up by fighting the world’s best and now gets his chance at a world title. His colorful character and “never die” attitude make him a fan favorite. Sakkedao is the last man to beat the legendary Saenchai, and is eager to make his U.S debut by defeating Saenchai’s last opponent in his own backyard and taking the title back to Thailand.

Also on the card is American Romie Adanza as he faces Thailand’s rising star Langsuanlek Sasiprapa for the MTAA World Flyweight title. Romie has a small frame but a huge heart. Fans love to cheer for him because when all the odds are stacked against him he finds a way to pull out the victory. Langsuanlek is a tall and lengthy fighter who loves to use his elbows and knees and also loves pressing the action. This fight promises to be fireworks and non-stop action from beginning to end.

As if that weren’t enough, MTAA World Champion “Thailand’s Terminator” Rungravee Sasiprapa and French fighter Yetkin Ozkul will meet in the ring for an epic rematch. Rungravee’s first fight in the U.S. had the Muay Thai community talking about it for months afterwards, and we feel it is only right to treat you with his presence once again. Rungravee’s ferocious style against Ozkul’s flashy footwork brings together the best of both worlds. Whichever fighter wins or loses, fight fans will come out victorious after watching these two perform the art of eight limbs in the ring.

The last Pro bout of the night features Fairtex Muay Thai’s Daniel Kim whose recent victory was an impressive third round knockout. He will be facing Nate Chambers of Hyena Muay Thai, Las Vegas. Chambers will be making his pro debut and has proven to be an entertaining fighter in the amateur ranks. Now let’s see how he does when he adds elbows to his arsenal. This fight card is sure to elevate the standard of Muay Thai in the United States by bringing out the best American fighters to face the originators of the sport from Team Thailand. Support your local Muay Thai!

The undercard features:

Jesse Magusen vs Oscar Sanchez

Josh Aragon vs Alex Numinski

Eduardo Alvarado vs Niko Ruiz

Gaston Bolanos vs Roman Garido





Kevin Ross vs. Saenchai Pictures

16 08 2011

Photography by Joséphine Runneboom

Here are pictures from the fight between Kevin Ross and Saenchai at Stand Up Promotion’s “M-1 Grand Muay Thai Championship” at the Commerce Casino, in Los Angeles, on August 14, 2011.















For more pictures by Josephine Runneboom go to: www.runneboomphotography.com





M-1 Grand Muay Thai Championship Results

16 08 2011

From Fighters to Champions
Report By Breanna Armstrong
Photo By Joséphine Runneboom


Muay Thai history was made last night at Stand Up Promotion’s “M-1 Grand Muay Thai Championship,” which took place at the Commerce Casino, in Los Angeles, California. Muay Thai superstar Saenchai of Thailand went head to head with America’s most well known fighter, Kevin Ross of Las Vegas, Nevada.

With his MTAA World Title on the line as well as a WBC Diamond Title, Saenchai came across the world for war. Ross made it clear to his opponent early on that Saenchai was no longer in the Lumpini Stadium. This was Ross’s ground, and he came to represent American Muay Thai.

Ross was controlling a large part of the bout as he pushed forward throughout the entire fight. But the Thai did not underestimate his worthy opponent as he displayed his striking skills with several combinations that could only be seen in the Lumpini Stadium. But Ross kept pressing forward and gave the strikes right back.

Going into the fifth round, the fight was close. Saenchai knew he had to bring it and did what he could to make it count on the cards; all while Ross is still controlling the match by moving forward.

After five action-packed and intense rounds, the fight went to the judge’s decisions. The judges scored the bout a Majority Decision (48-46, 47-47, 48-46), in favor of Saenchai. The fight was close and the American Muay Thai community was more than proud of Kevin Ross, who went over and beyond all expectations. He certainly raised the bar for American Muay Thai last night.

“I always want to do better after every fight, there’s always things that I would want to do differently, but it’s kind of hard to complain when you have a close fight with one of the best of all time. I always want to win, but right now, I feel happy,” Ross explained after his fight. “I feel fine, he didn’t hurt me with anything.”

After months of preparation, Ross is going to take a short break after this fight. “I’m going to take about a week off to relax,” Ross said.

To his fans, “You guys keep me going. I try to do my best for you and inspire everybody. And I’m trying to do my best to help American Muay Thai grow,” Ross said.

Yamato cuts Coke

In another bout of the evening Japan’s Tetsuya Yamato defeated Coke Chunhawat via TKO due to a cut above his left eye, at 2:24 into round 3.

“I feel good, he surprised me today, he really surprised me and cut me good,” Chunhawat said after his fight.

Though he felt like the stoppage was premature, Coke explained that he would be working on his cardio and taking care of his cut before he fights again in a few months.

Also on this all-star fight card, was the bout between Malaipet and Chike Lindsay for the WBC International Muay Thai Title.

In the first round, Chike knocks Malaipet down, and he is given five minutes to recover before continuing the round, which was immediately over after the recovery time. In the second round, Chike’s jab connects with Malaipet several times. Malaipet hits the ropes and comes back with spinning back elbow that did not connect.

Throughout the fight, both fighters connected with powerful kicks to the body. The fight was a split decision victory in favor of Lindsay.

“I feel good. It went pretty much according to the game plan, I started a little bit fast and used the jab, and the pressure to nullify his offense. So that’s what I tried to stick to,” Lindsay explained after his win.

“He was the Champion, and this is his home town, so I expected me to have to do a lot to overcome that. For me, I expected a split decision off of what I saw. I haven’t seen the tape, and I think that maybe if I saw it things would be different,” Lindsay said.

Stand Up Promotions once again delivered another excellent night of Muay Thai fights. History was made, belts were won and fighters became Champions.

Full Results:

Amateur card:
Alec Gonzales defeated Jonathan Puu via unanimous decision.
Glen Spencer defeated Bryce Shepard via split decision.
Victor Perez defeated Marcos Guevarra via KO at 1:51 into Round 2

Professional Card:
Daniel Kim defeated Carlos Ramirez via KO at 0:43 into Round 3
Chike Lindsay-Ajudua defeated Malaipet Sasiprapa via split decision for the WBC title
Rungravee Sasiprapa defeated Kunitaka Fujiwara via TKO at 2:06 into Round 2
Tetsuya Yamato defeated Coke Chunhawat via TKO at 2:24 into round 3
Saenchai defeated Kevin Ross via Majority decision for the WBC Diamond Belt (48-46) (47-47) (48-46)

For more pictures by Josephine Runneboom go to: www.runneboomphotography.com





M-1 Grand Muay Thai Championship Live Results

15 08 2011

Here are the live results from Stand Up Promotion’s M-1 Grand Muay Thai Championship at the Commerce Casino on Aug. 14, 2011. Follow us on Twitter for the play-by-play. @BreArmstrong

Professional Card:
Daniel Kim defeated Carlos Ramirez via KO at 0:43 into Round 3
Chike Lindsay-Ajudua defeated Malaipet Sasiprapa via split decision for the WBC title
Rungravee Sasiprapa defeated Kunitaka Fujiwara via TKO at 2:06 into Round 2
Tetsuya Yamato defeated Coke Chunhawat via TKO at 2:24 into round 3
Saenchai defeated Kevin Ross via Majority decision for the WBC Diamond Belt (48-46) (47-47) (48-46)

Amateur card:
Alec Gonzales defeated Jonathan Puu via unanimous decision.
Glen Spencer defeated Bryce Shepard via split decision.
Victor Perez defeated Marcos Guevarra via KO at 0:50 into Round 2





M1 Grand Muay Thai Championship

19 07 2011

What: Stand Up Promotions M1 Grand Muay Thai Championship
When: August 14
Where: Commerce Casino, Commerce, Calif.
Who: Kevin Ross vs. Saenchai for the WBC Muay Thai Diamond Title
Tickets: www.StandUpPromotions.com





Post Fight Interview with Kevin Ross

16 05 2011





Battle in the Desert II Results

16 05 2011

Lion Fight Promotions “Battle in the Desert II”
Photo, Video & Report by Breanna Armstrong

Lion Fight Promotions once again held a successful night of fights at the “Battle in the Desert II” at The Star of the Desert Arena of Buffalo Bill’s Casino in Primm, Nevada, on May 14.

The all-star fight card brought out some of the fight industry’s most well known figures. Dana White, UFC President, and UFC fighters Frank Mir, Evan Dunham and Cody McKenzie, were a few familiar faces in attendance.


In the professional female Muay Thai bout of the night, Jeri Sitzes from Missouri, took on Sally McCarthy from the UK. McCarthy was a last minute replacement for Sitzes’ original opponent Misty Sutherland, who is out with an injury.

McCarthy agreed to take the fight if full rules Muay Thai were not enforced. This didn’t set the determined Sitzes back as she dominated McCarthy in the first round and laid on the body shots loud enough for the entire arena to hear. Sitzes quickly finished the fight with a KO at 1:43 into the second round.

“I have to give her [McCarthy] respect, I had an opponent pull out and she took about a week and a half’s notice for this fight. So I give her much respect and her team for coming all the way to The United States to fight me,” Sitzes said after her win.

Las Vegas’s Chaz Mulkey took on Vancouver’s Ken Tran for the WBC Muay Thai Middleweight International Challenge. It took Mulkey a few rounds to feel his opponent out. But in the third round, Mulkey cut Tran’s head with an elbow that had the crowd on their feet. The cut did not stop the determined Tran to put on a show, but this was clearly Mulkey’s territory and he went over and beyond to prove it in the ring. The fight went all five rounds and the judges scored it a unanimous decision victory in favor of Mulkey.

Mulkey was awarded the Fighter of the night for his performance last night and rightfully so.

In the main event of the evening, Las Vegas’s Kevin Ross defeated Pittsburgh’s Mark Deluca by the doctor’s stoppage after the third round. The crowd favorite dominated the fight and was able to once again inspire the audience with his talent.

Ross will now be preparing for his fight against Seanchai for Stand Up Promotions on August 13.

Full Results
Professional Bouts

Kevin Ross defeated Mark DeLuca via Doctor’s Stoppage after Round 3 for the WBC Muay Thai International Super Lightweight Title

Ky Hollenbeck defeated Gregory Choplin via Unanimous Decision for the WBC Muay Thai Interim Middleweight World Title

Cosmo Alexandre defeated Cyrus Washington via Unanimous Decision

Chaz Mulkey defeated Ken Tran via Unanimous Decision for the WBC Muay Thai Middleweight International Challenge

Jose Palacios defeated Scotty Leffler via KO at 20 seconds into Round 1

Shawn Yarborough defeated Chris Romulo via Split Decision

Jeri Sitzes defeated Sally McCarthy via KO at 1:43 into Round 2

Anthony Castrejon defeated Ognjen Topic via Unanimous Decision

Amateur Bouts

Jason Caldwell defeated Vadim Goberman via Split Decision for the USMTA Light Heavyweight Title

Josh Shepard defeated Josh Pickthall via TKO at 1:39 into Round 1

Genesis Bravo defeated Agualuna Romero via Unanimous Decision

Johnny Parson defeated Chris Minor via TKO at 1:35 into Round 1

Justin Driggers defeated Nikolai Berov via Split Decision





National Muay Thai Championship Recap and Results

7 03 2011

National Muay Thai Championship Recap and Results
By Breanna Armstrong

Tigran Martirosyan after his win

Stand Up Promotion’s National Muay Thai Championships delivered another amazing night of Muay Thai fights at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles on March 5.

The fight card contained eight amateur fights and three professional fights, including a WBC Interim title, which made for an all star night of fights as the venue was packed and every seat was filled. Some of the industry’s biggest names were present at the event like professional Muay Thai fighters, Kevin Ross, Christine Toledo, Chaz Mulkey and Baxter Humby, to name a few.

A major highlight on the amateur card was the amazing fight between Ron Scolesdang (1-0) and Beto Rodriguez (6-3), who went five, three-minute rounds. Team Oyama’s Scolesdang is undefeated in Mixed Martial Arts with a record of 4-0, he is also the International Fight Showdown MMA Champion and was making his Muay Thai debut against Rodriguez, who is a fierce competitor in the ring.

In round one, Scolesdang came out with fire in his eyes and successfully showcased his boxing skills on Rodriguez, the Iron man, who can clearly take a punch. Scolesdang had Rodriguez up against the ropes as he laid on the strikes to Rodriguez’s head and upper body. Rodriguez looked less than affected as he got off the ropes and applied some big kicks to his opponent.

Scolesdang continued to strike his opponent in series of rapid punches and heavy kicks through out the fight. There was a point when his corners had to tell Scolesdang to slow down because of his almost inhuman momentum. It would seem that Scolesdang would have gassed out by the third round, but he remained consistent and if anyone could have taken those strikes, it was Rodriguez, who convinced everyone in attendance that he is officially made of iron.

Both fighters striking accurately connected with their opponent to knock them down and it made for an exciting 5 rounds of Muay Thai. These amateur fighters delivered a performance on a professional level. The decision went to the judges who scored a unanimous decision in favor of the winner, Ron Scolesdang. VIEW FIGHT HERE

Also on the card was Scolesdang’s Team Oyama teammate, Oscar Sanchez who had a successful night in the ring as well with a unanimous decision victory against Kha Tran. These two wins add to Team Oyama’s undefeated fight record in 2011.

Team Oyama in Oscar Sanchez's Corner

In the first professional bout of the night, Riverside’s United States Karate Organization’s Joey Pagliuso (2-3-2) took on Unlimited MMA’s Jose Palacios (4-2) for five, three-minute rounds.

Pagliuso and Palacios had a very close fight until the last round, where Pagliuso poured on several powerhouse kicks to his opponent. Palacios caught one of these kicks to send Pagliuso down to the mat. A now tired Pagliuso got up, and took about 30 more seconds of Palacios until he threw a kick to Palacios’s head. Palacios blocked Pagliuso’s kick and countered with a high kick to Pagliuso’s head, to knock him out for the win with 15 seconds left in the fifth round. VIEW FIGHT HERE

Jose Palacios vs. Joey Pagliuso

In the fight of the night, Artem “The Russian Experiment” Sharoshkin (2-0) went head to head with Boorzoo Honargohar (2-1). This fight had the audience at the edge of their seats.

Sharoshkin displayed top athletic performance in the ring against his opponent, Honargohar who trains out of the esteemed Team Janjira in Texas. was tough enough to go the full five rounds with Sharoshkin.

After feeling each other out in the first round, Sharoshkin quickly took control in the ring as he dominated his opponent. In the last round, Boorzoo made a final attempt to get the win and Sharoshkin openly received the tireless punches from his opponent because he knew that he had this fight. The judges agreed with Sharoshkin and scored the bout a unanimous decision in favor of the winner, “The Russian Experiement.”

“In the first round we were feeling each other out and in the second, third and fourth round, I knew I had the advantage and I knew I had him hurt. In the last round, I could tell that he was desperate, especially in the second portion of the last round. He was trying to catch me and I was just trying to move around and letting him punch himself out and finish the round. I already knew that the fight was pretty much over. He was throwing punches, but he was really tired, so they didn’t do that much damage,” Sharoshkin said after his victory. “I feel good about my fight, I’m a little disappointed in my performance about my conditioning because I got sick two weeks before my fight, I got the flu and I was fighting it for two weeks up to the fight. I even took medicine today, but regardless, I tried to push through it and tried to put on a good show”

Even on a sick day, Sharoshkin was on top of his game and made the ring his all five rounds. VIEW FIGHT HERE
“Boorzoo is a great guy, a true fighter, I love the guys who leave the bullshit out of the ring, he looks at is just like I do, it’s a sport. We go in and it looks violent from the outside, but it’s a sport and we are both ready for that. I wish him best of luck, he is a tough, tough fighter.”

What’s next for Sharoshkin?

“I saw the WBC Ranking and I saw the guys in front of me and I saw Shane Oblonsky and Joey Pagliuso, and I would like to be in the top five if not first place or second place for the WBC belt. That is my goal,” he said.

In the last fight of the night Joe Schilling (10-1) picked up another win against Chase Green (10-2) to receive the WBC Super Middleweight Interim Title.

If you blinked an eye, you would have heard it, Schilling pounded Green in the ring and after Green was knocked down several times, Schilling threw some heavy strikes to Green to take his opponent out of the fight for good. Schilling defeated Green at 2:13 into the first round. Top performance. He is unstoppable.

WBC President, John Baker presenting Joe Schilling's Belt

After the fight I caught up with Kevin Ross to get his take on the fights. “They were great, they always do a great job, they pack the place, really great match ups, really great amateur card, under card and really good pro fights. It was exciting and gave the fans what they were looking for. They are helping the sport of Muay Thai grow and I hope they can continue on.” Ross explained.

Ross’s favorite fights of the night belonged to “Artem, other than Schilling because that was just crazy and exciting watching him when he fights is just nuts. But technically Artem’s fight was, I have trained with him before and watched him come up. Seeing his skills improve and his style, I feel like we have similar styles. He has real good boxing and good leg kicks, he just pushes that pace the whole time. He is a really exciting fighter and I love watching him fight,” Ross said.

To see my full interview with Kevin CLICK HERE!

Overall it was a very successful night of fights, new crowd favorites were made, classic knock outs were witnessed and the glam and the class of Muay Thai was diligently encompassed.

Full Results:

Amateur Bouts:
Niko Ruiz defeated MJ Dumaop via unanimous decision
Anthony Cardoza defeated Jonathan Puu via TKO at 1:34 into Round 3
Alfred Kashakyan (5-1) defeated Gaston Bolanos (7-3) via TKO AT 1:50 in Round 1
Tigran Martirosyan (7-0) defeated Marcos Guevera (2-3-1) via unanimous decision
Charles Bisset (5-2) defeated Jason Rzepka (11-12-1) via unanimous decision
Howard Deon (4-0) defeated Jose Flores (3-3) via unanimous decision
Oscar Sanchez defeated Kha Tran via unanimous decision
Ron Scolesdang (1-0) defeated Beto Rodriguez (6-3) via unanimous decision

Professional Bouts:
Jose Palacios (4-2) defeated Joey Pagliuso (2-3-2) via KO at 2:45 into Round 5
Artem Sharoshkin (2-0) defeated Boorzoo Honargohar (2-1) via unanimous decision
Joe Schilling (10-1) defeated Chase Green (10-2) via KO at 2:13 into Round 1

This article was intitially posted on MMASpot.net





Who’s Fighting Next?

7 03 2011

By Breanna Armstrong

Kevin Ross and Sittisak Por Sirichai at Battle in the Desert Feb. 12

After the National Muay Thai Championship on March 5, I caught up with Kevin Ross to get his take on the fights. “They were great, they always do a great job, they pack the place, really great match ups, really great amateur card, under card and really good pro fights. It was exciting and gave the fans what they were looking for. They are helping the sport of Muay Thai grow and I hope they can continue on.” Ross explained.

Ross’s favorite fights of the night belonged to “Artem, other than Schilling because that was just crazy and exciting watching him when he fights is just nuts. But technically Artem’s fight was, I have trained with him before and watched him come up. Seeing his skills improve and his style, I feel like we have similar styles. He has real good boxing and good leg kicks, he just pushes that pace the whole time. He is a really exciting fighter and I love watching him fight,” Ross said.

We last saw Ross in the ring against Thailand’s Sittisak Por Sirichai, at the Battle in the Desert on Feb. 12 in Primm, Nevada. Sirichai took the win via split decision. During that fight Ross injured his hand in the third round and continued to keep pushing forward. Kevin you’ve had previous fights where you have been pretty badly injured, how do you continue to keep fighting and push through the pain? “It doesn’t matter to me how hurt I get, as long as I’m breathing and awake I’m going to keep moving forward and fighting,” Ross said.

Ross is fighting again for Lion Fight Promotions on May 14, in Primm Nevada. This time his opponent is not from Thailand, but from Pittsburgh, Mark Deluca. “I think he thinks that he is better than he is and I don’t think that he has any business in the ring with me and I’m looking to prove that,” Ross explained.

“There’s this whole East Koast, West Koast thing going on and this will hopefully be a start to shutting them up. I never look past any opponent, any thing can happen in a fight, he’s technical, I don’t want to say he’s terrible or anything like that, I just think that we are on two different levels. I’m looking to prove that in the fight and to showcase my skills and to showcase the level that we are on out here. I do think that we are above them, that’s nothing against them, I think that they have some really great fighters, but overall we are at a higher level than they are for the most part,” Ross said.

What is he looking forward to?

“I’m looking forward to just fighting again, I mean not fighting a Thai again is a nice break. You know, my last year of fights have been against world class people, Thais and guys who have had hundreds of fights. My last fight in the states was against Malaipet and before that was against Chike, who was a really hard fight, I mean he is way bigger than me. So it’s been a while since I fought an American at my weight. I am definitely looking forward to that, I feel like it’s been forever. Like I said, I would never look past anybody and I’m going to train my ass off as if he’s the best in the world just as I always do,” he said.

Who’s fighting next? Kevin Ross against Mark Deluca on May 14, in Primm, Nevada.





Battle in the Desert Results

1 03 2011

Recap and Results from the Battle in the Desert on February 12, 2011.
Photo and Report By Breanna Armstrong

Lion Fight Promotions put on a smooth event at their inaugural Muay Thai fight, “Battle in the Desert” on Feb. 12, 2011 at Buffalo Bills Casino in Primm, Nevada.

With a flashy local card and amazing international match ups, this could easily be the best Muay Thai fight card of the year so far. Big names in the industry were present at the event, aside from being in the show, UFC fighter Evan Dunham was in attendance as well as the President of Throwdown.

There were 5 amateur fights including the 125 pound bout between Anthony Castrejon and Jason Andrada, both fighting out of Las Vegas. It was a quick fight, as Anthony knocked out Andrada at 38 seconds into round 1 by a head kick. This kicked off the night’s exciting 7 professional bouts.

Remy Bonnel, coming off a win against Chaz Mulkey came into the Desert Star Arena with a different fire than that of his last fight. This was his arena, the same arena where he made his comeback after nearly two years of being off the scene. Bonnel, who is origionally from France and now trains out of Miami, was more than ready for his opponent, Singsiri Por Sirichai, whom came from Thailand to do as he was trained to, to win.

After a few rounds of the two fighters feeling each other out around the ring, Bonnel came out with fire in the third round to get the win by TKO at 2:10.

In the most exciting fight of the night, Kevin Ross went head to head with Thailand’s Sittisak Por Sirichai for 5, three minute rounds of Muay Thai.

Both fighters were prepared for his opponent and started out with strong connections via flying knees, punches and elbows. The first cut came to Kevin in the second round via elbow and it was a battle scene from then on.

It looked like a bloodied mess into the last rounds, as both fighters seemed to be fighting their hardest for the win. The fight ended and the decision was in the judges hands.

It was a split decision in favor of Thailand’s Sittisak Por Sirichai. The crowd was devastated to see Las Vegas’s king of Muay Thai defeated. Little did anyone know what had really happened to Ross during his fight. In the third round, reportedly, Kevin broke his hand and continued to finish the fight against his victor.

In the main event, Michael Mananquil rightfully got his rematch against Malaipet, who was rumored to have not trained for his fight against Mananquil. It more than showed on the champ, as Michael Mananquil went on to defeat Malaipet via unanimous decision and earned him the WMC Welterweight Belt.

FULL RESULTS
Michael Mananquil def. Malaipet via Unanimous Decision to win WMC Welterweight Title
Sittisak Por Sirichai def. Kevin Ross via Split Decision
Coke Chunhawat def. Scotty Leffler via TKO at 5:00 into round 2
Remy Bonnel def. Singsiri Por Sirichai via TKO at 2:10 into round 3
Chaz Mulkey def. Douglas Edwards via TKO (Knee) at 2:41 into round 2
Amy Davis def. Emily Bearden via Unanimous Decision
Brandon Banda def. Shawn Yarborough via Unanimous Decision

Amateur Bouts
Anthony Castrejon def. Jason Andrada via KO (Head Kick) at :38 into round 1
Miranda Cayabyab def. Genesis Bravo via Unanimous Decision
Jason Cauldwell def. Josh Shepard via TKO at 1:59 into round 2
Patti Teran def. Pixie O’Rielly via Split Decision
Josh Pickthall def. Jason Park via Unanimous Decision