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Battle of the Millennium ReCap

May 15, 2015

Lou Neglia manages some of the most successful box offices in the entire country around the organizing principle of career development. He’s even introduced us to a promising young musical talent in Sara Schulmann, who was a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” and whom you can follow on Facebook.

Measuring success also by his graduation rate, the synergist in Lou Neglia thinks outside the local box office. Packaging Combat at the Capitale │ Battle of the Millennium with Ring of Combat makes for the enterprise equivalent of punching in combinations. Lou Neglia’s enterprise comprises a whole, in other words, that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

So MMA prospects and their trainers hearken unto this synergy for a ticket to ride the UFC’s gravy train. This beckons them to board the train on Lou’s platform, which then taps into a relational database of fan traffic. It turns out that Lou’s thinking outside the local box office ends up boosting it out of a centrifugal cottage industry death spiral.

Himself a 3x world kickboxing champion, Lou Neglia is actually a stand-up specialist. So also is his own competition team. Hosting the undercard for Glory World Series in NYC just adds to the synergy of Lou’s graduation rate. I know for a fact that he’s even set a table for Muay Thai where, for the time being at, least poison pills are the preferred cuisine. “It don’t mean a thing, if it ain’t got that swing.”


Niko Tsigaris (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) def Shennen Maceo (Team Tiger Schulmann) TKO of Round 1 Modified Glory kickboxing rules│ 152 lbs. │ 4×3

Zarrukh Adashev (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) def  Robert Walker (Walker Muay Thai in Dayton, Ohio) TKO of Round 2 K-1/Glory Kickboxing rules│ 135 lbs. │ 3×3

Jennie Nedell (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) def Jamie Driver (Renzo Gracie in Pennsylvania) Unanimous Decision K-1/Glory Kickboxing rules│ 148 lbs. │ 3×3


Andrew Ball (Neglia Competition Team in Brooklyn) def. Dominick Dunning (Team Top Notch in Chicago) by TKO at 0:30 of Round 1 │ 185 lbs. │ 3×2.

Angel Rodriguez (Team Tiger Schulmann) def. Alberto Ramos (Golden MMA Warriors in NYC) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 │ 185 lbs. │ 3×2.

Chris Edmund (Wilkie’s Warriors in New Jersey) def. Danila Sherstobitov (Tiger International in Brooklyn) by Split Decision: 29-28, 28-29 and 30-27 │ 170 lbs. │ 3×2.

Brian Mayer (Wilkie’s Warriors in New Jersey) def. Mike Sollecito (Alpha Omega on Long Island) by TKO at 0:17 of Round 1 │ 165 lbs. │ 3×2.

John Giordano (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) def. Jarad Williams (Alpha Omega on Long Island) by KO at 0:29 of Round 3 │ 215 lbs. │ 3×2.

Nazim Sadikhov (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) def. Brandon Cuttino (Team Tiger Schulmann) by Unanimous Decision: 30-26, 30-26 and 29-27 │ 155 lbs. │ 3×2.

Brad Schleir (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) def. Aaron Lee (Mercer Bucks Muay Thai in New Jersey) by TKO at 1:04 of Round 3 │ 230 lbs. │ 3×2.

Damien Bailey (Team Tiger Schulmann) def. Art Daley (Team Top Notch in Chicago) by TKO at 1:55 of Round 1 │ 145 lbs. │ 3×2.

Juan Vides (Team Tiger Schulmann) def. Nick Ascolese (Wilkie’s Warriors in New Jersey) by TKO (DQ) at 1:27 of Round 2 │ 135 lbs. │ 3×2.

Jennifer Ventriglia (Alpha Omega on Long Island) def. Allison Dichetear (Team Inner “G” in New York City) by Unanimous Decision: All three judges scored it 30-27 │ 115 lbs. │ 3×2.

Justin Muslija (Team Tiger Schulmann) def. Robert Wallin (Alpha Omega on Long Island) by Unanimous Decision: All three judges scored it 30-27 │ 115 lbs. │ 3×2.

Jonathan DiBella (Angelo’s Kickboxing in Montreal, Canada) def. Daniel Nelson (Team Combat in Richmond, Virginia) by KO at 1:31 of Round 2 │ 135 lbs. │ 3×2.

Rashard Mason (Team Tiger Schulmann) def. Hovhannes Ghukosyan (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 │ 165 lbs. │ 3×2.

Bridgitte Hilton (Alpha Omega on Long Island) def. Anastasia Malyarenko (Wolfson’s Martial Arts in Brooklyn) by Unanimous Decision: 29-28, 29-28 and 30-27 │ 125 lbs. │ 3×2.

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A packed house at the Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey was treated to a night of eleven bouts with 5 ROC titles on the line. In what can only be described as memorable, Lou Neglia’s Ring of Combat once again delivered an unforgettable evening of MMA action and a peek into the next wave of MMA global superstars as current ROC champions are waiting on the call from the UFC.

Reigning bantamweight champ, Julio Arce (8-0), returned to the Trop for his third title defense against his biggest test to date, Ontario’s Mike Imperato (7-2). Both fighters were quick to engage at the opening bell but Arce’s superb foot movement quickly began to dictate the pace of the bout as he landed blistering combinations to the body and head of Imperato. Arce’s accurate punches began to show wear and tear on Imperato’s body and head. The Canadian was game through out the fight but was never able to inflict any serious damage on his elusive opponent. Arce would go on to win a unanimous decision and retain his ROC title.

The co-main event saw Oluwale “The Holy War Angel” Bambose (5-0) make quick work of title challenger, Brian Booth (3-2). Both men touched gloves for round one and went to work immediately. Bamgbose landed a quick three-punch combination that seemed to rattle Booth. Bamgbose was sizing up Booth against the cage landed a hard shot to the head of Booth who immediatelyfell to the canvas. Bamgbose landed a barrage of punches on Booth prompting the referee to intervene at just 24 seconds of the first round! An ecstatic Bamgbose walked around the cage with his hands up while the fans in attendance began to chanting, “UFC, UFC!”

Showing why he is one of the best welterweights on the regional circuit, Randy “Rude Boy” Brown (4-0) defeated MMA veteran, Rock Edwards (8-6-1). Edwards turned in a gutsy performance but Brown kept him at bay with his superior height and reach. Brown retained his title with a second round TKO over Edwards.

One of the most decorated collegiate wrestlers in all of MMA today, left ROC 51 with gold around his waist. Gregor “The Gift” Gillespie (5-0) defeated George Sheppard (15-11) with a dominating performance earning the ROC lightweight title. The opening stanza saw Gillespie stalking Sheppard and with less than a minute in the round, he was able to take his opponent down but Sheppard showed his MMA experience by working his way back up to his feet. His success was short lived as Gillespie again shot in for another successful take down. This time there was no getting the fight back up as Gillespie secured a first round stoppage via arm triangle securing his spot as ROC lightweight champion.

In the first title fight of the night, Chicago’s Mike Santiago (15-9) retained his ROC featherweight title by defeating New Jersey’s Mervin Rodriguez (7-9-1) via unanimous decision.

Results for remainder of the card:

Azamat Murzakanov (2-0) defeats Alec Hoben (2-2) via TKO 1st round

Max Bohanan (4-0) defeats Lashawn Alcocks (5-5) via TKO 1st round

Frank Buenafuente (3-3) defeats Tim Dooling (1-2) via UD

Karl Roberson (1-0) defeats Chike Obi (0-1) via UD

Cody Mooney (2-) defeats Zarrukh Adashev via RNC 1st round

Anthony Genovese (1-0) defeats Tyson Kellerman (0-1) via UD

Photo Credit: New York Fighting

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The Thriller In The Chiller

What fans have come to expect from Lou Neglia's Combat At The Capitale is great competitive and memorable fights and on February 6th in New York, fans expectations were fulfilled. Another sell out crowd witnessed kickboxing at its best as many fighters won the hearts of the fans through their tenacity and their will to win.

Photos Coming Soon!



Zaravkh Abashev def Dom Biondo via Unanimous Decision

Niko Tsigaris def Lashawn Alcocks via Unanimous Decision

Allan Crowder def Aaron Ware via TKO at 2:59 of Round 1

Malik Blake def James “B52” Smith via TKO at 1:36 of Round 2

Ariel Abreu def Andrew Ball via TKO at 1:36 of Round 3

Mike Trizano def Aaron Sifflet via Unanimous Decision

Justin Muslija def Nick Lombardo via UD

Phabion Wilson def Michael Sollecito via TKO at 0:20 of Round 2

Brandon Cutting def Robert Wallin by Unanimous Decision

Raquane Alexander def Robert Wallin by Unanimous Decision

Shannon Halstead def Andy Segovia via Unanimous Decision

Orondo Henry def George Maldarelli via Unanimous Decision

Phum Nkuta def Josh Santos via Unanimous Decision


ROC Historic 50th Show An Absolute Success!

Ring of Combat 50 promised to be an historic event in the world of mixed martial arts and it delivered ten fold! A sold out crowd at the Tropicana Resort & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey witnessed 10 plus bouts of non-stop MMA action including 7 title fights! This night belonged to the fans as every fighter brought their heart and skills into the cage and showed an unbelievable will to win. 

Fight fans saw great performances from Julio Arce, Oluwale Bamgbose, Randy Brown, Jeff Lentz, Matt Rizzo, and Phillipe Nover. Undercard fighters Gregor Gillespie and Max Bohanan also delivered with first round finishes each.

Ring of Combat president, Lou Neglia, was very proud of this moment and the fighters. “Tonight was about the fans and the fighters,” said Lou. “I always match ROC fighters to get them ready for the next level of MMA competition and I think all fighters passed tonight with flying colors. It’s not if you win or lose…it’s how you fight. This is why so many ROC fighters are having successful careers in the UFC,” he continued.

Didn’t make it to the fight? Don’ worry! iN DEMAND has you covered as Ring of Combat 50 is still available (until February 28th) to watch from the comfort of your living room. Simply order from your remote or by calling your local cable provider. Check out the next generation of MMA superstars!

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Standing Room Only for Combat At The Capitale!

It was another sold out crowd for Combat At The Capitale that took place this past weekend in New York! Seats where hard to come by as the venue began to fill up to capacity allowing for standing room only. The night featured some of the best kickboxer's ever assembled as the crowd enjoyed knockdowns, knockouts, split decisions and clear cut winners!

Below are full list of results:

Villi Bello (Ardon’s Sweet Science in Brooklyn) def. Niko Tsigaris (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) by Split Decision: 29-28, 28-29, and 29-28 │ 153 lbs. │ 3×2.

Jennie Nedell (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) def. Munah Holland (Team Tiger Schulmann in New Jersey) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27, and 29-28 │ 135 lbs. │ 3×2.

Dom Biondo (Alpha Omega on Long Island) def. Giovanni Moljo (Team Top Notch from Miami by way of Chicago) by TKO at 1:30 of Round 2 │ 143 lbs. │ 3×2.

Lashawn Alcocks (Dambakely Martial Arts in North Carolina) def. Jason Lee (Team Inner G in The Bronx) by Unanimous Decision: 30-26, 29-28, and 30-27 │ 160 lbs. │ 3×2.

Shennen Maceo (Team Tiger Schulmann on Long Island) def. Brian Burgan (Soo Doo Muay Thai in Detroit) by TKO at 2:29 of Round 2 │ 147 lbs. │ 3×2.

Christian Rojas (Alpha Omega from Chile by way of Long Island) def. Zaravkh Abashev (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) by DQ for proving Glory Rules are for those who can’t cut it in Muay Thai │ 139 lbs. │ 3×2. [If you want sugar coating, you’re in the wrong place.]

John Salgado (Team Inner G on Long Island) def. Chris Wagner (Team Cannon on Long Island) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27, and 30-27 │ 172 lbs. │ 3×2.

WKA NYS AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP: MODIFIED MUAY THAI RULES: Malik Blake (Team Tiger Schulmann in NYC) def. Chris Edmund (Wilkie’s Warriors in New Jersey) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27, and 30-27 │ 175 lbs. │ 3×2.

AMATEUR KICKBOXING: GLORY RULES: WKA Northeast Championship Andrew Ball (Neglia Competition Team in Brooklyn) def. Christopher Gray (Team Top Notch in Chicago) by TKO after 3 Rounds (Physician Stoppage) │ 185 lbs. │ 4×2.

Shannon Halstead (Dambakely Martial Arts in North Carolina) def. Michael Musilli (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) by KO at 1:53 of Round 1: 160 lbs. │ 3×2.

Missael Sanchez (Team Tiger Schulmann in NYC) def. Orondo Henry (Soo Doo Muay Thai in Detroit) by Unanimous Decision: 30-27, 30-27, and 30-27 │ 138 lbs. │ 3×2.

Nazim Sadikhov (Lions Martial Arts in Brooklyn) def. Justin Montalvo (Longo Competition Team on Long Island) by Split Decision: 29-28, 28-29, and 29-28 │ 157 lbs. │ 3×2.

George Maldarelli (Neglia Competition Team on Long Island) def. Brandon Hagar (Soo Doo Muay Thai in Detroit) by TKO at 0:55 of Round 2 │ 155 lbs. │ 3×2.

Phumi Nkuta (Longo Competition Team in New Jersey) def. Pancho Theuer (Soo Doo Muay Thai in Detroit) by KO at 0:26 of Round 2 │ 130 lbs. │ 3×2.

Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat 49: September 19, 2014: Official Results and Pics

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Ring of Combat 49 Showcases Next Generation of MMA Superstars

Ring of Combat owner, Lou Neglia, said many times leading up to Ring of Combat 49, “this is the card to watch as it will introduce the next generation of great fighters,” and he could not have been more accurate as a total of 26 fighters put it all on the line this past weekend at the famous Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Another jam packed crowd couldn’t get enough of the action as the night featured thirteen bouts with three title fights. “It has always been a goal of Ring of Combat to find talent all over and give them a platform to showcase their skills,” said Lou. “I feel we help build them ground up and turn them into local attractions that will be able to compete on the elite level,” he continued.  And attractions they are as their fans came out in droves to support their favorite fighter. Fan favorites such as Gregor Gillespie, Max Bohanan, Randy Brown, Mike Elshamy, enjoyed huge crowd ovations.
When asked what makes a great fighter, Lou’s response is always, “tough fights make great fighters,” and that could not have been truer in the main event between Andre Harrison and Jeff Lentz. Harrison started of the first round strong but Lentz came back and snatched the second according to most ring side officials and media. With the fight hanging on the third round, Harrison came out and showed a fighters heart as he sealed the deal with his takedowns. That’s not to say it was easy as Lentz also had his moments in the final round but it was Harrison that picked up the win.
Ring of Combat bantamweight champ, Julio Arce showed why he is one the best 135 lb. fighters in the nation as he starched Jake Grigson in the first round and improved his record to 6-0.
Matt Rizzo was the crowned the new Ring of Combat flyweight champion as he evened up the score between him and Jimmy Grant as he submitted Grant via rear naked choke. With the score now 1-1 between these two, their next fight could be a rubber match.
Full card results for the remainder of the fight card are as follows:
Andre Harrison vs Jeff Lentz; Harrison via SD
Julio Arce vs Jake Grigson; Arce via 1st round rear naked choke
Matt Rizzo vs Jimmy Grant; Rizzo via 1st round rear naked choke
Pat DeFranco vs Mervin Rodriguez: split draw
James Rumley vs Max Bohanan; Bohanan via 1st round arm triangle
Mike Elshamy vs Ryan King; Elshamy via 1st round arm bar
Oluwale Bambgose vs Steve Nichols; Bambgose via TKO due to doctors stoppage
Leonard Simpson vs Randy Brown; Brown via 2nd round TKO
Jenna Serio vs Jill Valenzuela; Serio via 2nd round TKO
Anthony Facchini vs Dan Corchado; Facchini via UD
Merab Dvalishvilli vs Dennis Dombrow; Dvalishvillia via 3rd round TKO
Cody Mooney vs Somner Martin; Mooney via 2nd round rear naked choke.
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ROC49 - Arce
ROC49 - Rizzo
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Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat 48: May 16, 2014: Official Results and Pics

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It was yet another sellout crowd at the Tropicana Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey for Lou Neglia and his Ring of Combat promotion. Over 80 fighters have gone on to the UFC from the ROC, and the fighters and fans know that at every Ring of Combat event, history is made. Here are the official results of the bouts, and some pics from the fights.

Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat
Ring Of Combat 48
Friday, May 16, 2014
Tropicana Hotel Casino showroom
Atlantic City

Referees Liam Kerrigan, Gasper Oliver and Keith Peterson

Judges Jon Bilyk, Michael DePasquale, Sue Sanidad, Vincent Sinclair and Dave Tirelli

Timekeeper Melissa Amorin

Scorekeeper Ellen Rubin

Chief Fight Inspector Vincent Dudley

Medical Inspectors Steve Cirone and Mike DiBella

Drug Testing Inspector Anthony Lynn

Fight Inspectors Donnie Carolei, Giedrius Karavackas, Henry Krawiec, Todd Manfredi, Darryl Porter, Casper Oliver and James Smith

Ringside Physicians Dr. Vinay Chopra, Dr. Steven Oxler, Dr. Stu Patel, Dr Sherry Wulkan and Dr. Eric Wurmser


9. Main Event
Brendan Barrett vs. Justin Woods
Barrett 246 Woods 251
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Bilyk, DePasquale and Sanidad
Barrett wins via TKO referee stoppage due to strikes at 1:59 of round two.

8. TITLE 155
Chris Wade vs. Frankie Perez
Both weigh 155.5
Ref Oliver
Judges Bilyk, Sanidad and Tirelli
Wade wins split decision in three rounds 29-28, 29-28 and 28-29 Tirelli.

7. TITLE 125
Matthew Rizzo vs. Jimmy Grant
Rizzo 124.5 Grant 126
Ref Peterson
Judges DePasquale, Sanidad and Sinclair
Grant wins via KO punch at 1:47 of round one.

6. TITLE 145
James Jenkins vs. Terrell Hobbs.
Both weigh 146
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Bilyk, DePasquale and Sinclair
Jenkins wins via TKO referee stoppage due to punches at 4:18 of round one

5. 170
Steve Tyrrell vs. Randall Brown
Tyrrell. 168 Brown 170
Ref Oliver
Judges Sanidad, Sinclair and Tirelli
Brown wins via armbar at 1:53 of round one.

4. 191
Michael Elshamy vs. Zed Mitchell 
Both weigh 190
Ref Oliver
Judges DePasquale, Sinclair and Tirelli
Elshamy wins via tapout due to punches at 2:26 of round one.

3. 155
Gregor Gillespie  vs. Brandon Priest
Gillespie 155 Priest. 156
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Bilyk, DePasquale and Sinclair
Gillespie wins via rear naked choke at 2:37 of round two.

2. 155
Max Bohanan vs. Angel Corchado
Both weigh 155
Ref Peterson
Judges Bilyk, Sinclair and Tirelli
Bohanon wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered punches at 3:47 of round one.

1. 145
Chris Sladky vs. Somner Martin
Sladky 146 Martin 145
Ref Peterson
Judges Bilyk, Sanidad and Sinclair
Sladky wins via tap due to rear naked choke at 2:53 of round one.

Barrett action

Barrett belt


Combat at the Capitale 32: April 4, 2014: Pics and Official Results


Combat at the Capitale 32 took place on April 4, 2014 at the Capitale in New York City. Combat at the Capitale is one of the most prestigious kickboxing promotions in the United States, and the shows are always sold out. This time, however, not only was the show sold out, one hundred people had to be turned away at the door. For the lucky fans that got in, they were treated to one of the best Combat at the Capitale events ever. Three title fights took place, and the crowd roared as the fighters left everything they had in the ring. Combat at the Capitale once again proved itself to be one of the top kickboxing promotions in the world.

Here are some pics and the official results from all the bouts:

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Shannon Halstead

Robert Reid











Nicholas Robyn

Eugene Leusenko

Unanimous Decision










Daniel Bogdanov

Javier Torres











Nazim Sadykhov

Remi Singha

Unanimous Decision










Justin Motalvo

George Maldarelli

Unanimous Decision










Sofia Gegai

Lauren Braccia

Majority Decision











Anna Shearer

Jennie Nedell

Majority Decision









WKA Amateur Men’s New York State Muay Thai Title


Malik Blake

Georgio Smauguin










WKA Amateur Men’s World Low Kick Title


Andrew Ball

Paul Miller












Dom Biondo

Billy Rose












Carlos Brooks

Shamir Garcia

Unanimous Decision











Elvis Gashi

Andre Shuler










WKA Amateur Men’s North American Glory Rules Title


Mike Fishetti

Jeff Brown












John Bowman

Niko Tsigaras

Unanimous Decision











Julio Arce

Zarukh Adashev

Unanimous Decision






Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat 47: January 24, 2014: Results and Pics


From MixedMartialArts.com:


While Bellator holds the #2 spot in MMA, and WSoF is surging, history indicates that - so far - the only way to make a small fortune competing with the UFC is to start with a large one. So far, every company that ever went head to head with the UFC gets bought or gets bankrupt.
WFA - bought
Pride - bought
WEC - bought
ProElite XC - bankrupt
IFL - bankrupt
Affliction - bankrupt
Strikeforce - bought

On the other hand, there are some remarkably successful shows that don't aspire to the potential fabulous riches of PPV, and instead seek to give regional fans everything they want, and send their best up fighters up to the UFC on the regular basis.

At the head of that class is Lou Negia's Ring of Combat, which is the American Idol for future MMA stars. Ring of Combat 47 sold out the Tropicana Casino last Friday

“I am always proud for the support we get receive from the fight fans and the community, said Lou Neglia, Ring of Combat president.  “A lot of hard work goes into each and every Ring of Combat show and when you receive that kind of support from the fans, you just can’t say 'thank you' enough."

Ring of Combat continues to stand behind its successful formula of keeping it simple and giving the fight fans what they pay to see….great, evenly matched, fights from tomorrow's superstars.

This formula was again in play for ROC 47 as five fighters have earned the right to wear ROC gold in competitive and entertaining matchups.  All titles were vacated by ROC alumni who now compete in the UFC such as current UFC Middleweight champion Chris Weidman and undefeated prospect, Ryan LaFlare to name only a couple.

Lou Neglia feels this group of newly crowned champions will also go on to compete in the UFC just like their predecessors.  “This group of new Ring of Combat champions is a very talented group of fighters,” affirms Lou.  “I have no doubt that they will be getting the call to compete in the UFC and just to make it to the big stage  alone makes the ROC team and myself very proud."

At ROC 47, Lou Neglia was joined by good friends and also former Ring of Combat alumni Chris Weidman, Frankie Edgar, and Matt Serra.  All three are regular attendees at Ring of Combat events as they always support the fighters and the organization where they came from.

Ring of Combat is proud to announce their new champions:
Chris Wade • Lightweight Champion
Julio Arce • Bantamweight Champion
Elijah Harshbarger • Welterweight Champion
Keith Barish • Middlweight Champion
James Jenkins • Featherweight Champion

ROC 47 Results

Prelim Card (3 four minute rounds)

(155) Kenny Gaudreau vs. Gregor Gillespie
Gillespie wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered strikes at 1:38 of round one.

(265) Allen Crowder vs. Gil Isabel
Crowder wins via guillotine at 0:15 of round two.

Main Card (3 four minute rounds)

(185) Mike Elshamy vs. Oluwale Bamgbose
Bamgbose wins via TKO referee stoppage due to strikes at 2:51 of round one.

(135) Darren Mima (123-527) vs. Merab Dvalishvili
Mima wins majority decision in three rounds, 29-28, 29-28 and 29-29 Tabora.

(155) Jonathan Hughes vs. Stephen Regman
Regman wins via TKO physician stoppage at 3:00 of round one.

(155) Mike Santiago vs. Frankie Perez
Perez wins via rear naked choke at 1:56 of round one.

(135) Leodegario Muniz vs. Jose Villanueva
Muniz wins via KO at 1:32 of round two.

Title Fights (3 five minute rounds, plus a fourth five minute round in the event of a draw after third)

(170) Elijah Harshbarger vs. Chris Cope
Harshbarger wins via rear naked choke at 1:36 of round three.

(145) Adam Kantaev vs. James Jenkins
Jenkins wins via TKO (tap due to shoulder subluxation) at 0:37 of round two

(185) Keith Berish vs. Ariel Sepulveda
Berish wins via rear naked choke at 4:30 of round one.

(135) Jason McLean vs. Julio Arce
Arce wins unanimous decision in three rounds 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 Sanidad.

(155) Pat DeFranco vs. Chris Wade
Wade wins via rear naked choke at 2:31 of round two.










Glory 12 Kickboxing @ Madison Square Garden: November 23, 2013

I was very happy to promote my third glory show Saturday November 23rd at Madison square garden theater to a sold out crowd. The results and pictures can be found on the Glory website.

Some of the greatest fighters in the world came and competed in this event. I want to congratulate all the fighters who fought to pursue their passion which we all know one of the greatest pleasures in life. Glory is the premier kickboxing league in Europe Asia and the United States it has resurrected kickboxing in many ways. I was very happy to give the $150,0000 check to the winner and lightweight champion Andy Ristie. The elaborate purses acknowledge the fighters great talent and the sacrifices they make. I am very happy to be promoting for Glory and I will keep everyone posted on my next Glory event.