Madness MMA 28: "BJ vs Canuel"
Ladies and Gentleman, Douche McBaggins checking in again as i set to cover the next Madness event. Well lets just say im stoked to get another pay day, as my Liquor cabinet is quite possibly the most stacked its been since my midget Porn days. Sorry to put that thought in your head, back to this event in the evenings main event we will see a Middleweight Title Fight as the Challenger Obi Canuel faces the champ BJ McGobblecock. Ten fights in all and we will be kicking things off at one of Tokyo's finest clubs Volcanic Eruptions where all the stunning Ladies will be.
John Eugemia vs Yas Uru
Opening the Main Card we have a bantamweight tilt with Hometown Hero Yas Uru is set to face BJJ ace John Eugemia. Uru will be making his Debut here at Madness coming over from the USFC. Yas is a former Prestige FC bantamweight champ, and has a solid skill set. His opponent Eugemia will step inside the Madness cage for the third time after breaking even in his last two bouts. John Aka "Blitzkrieg Bob" is a native of Warsaw, Poland and is a crafty BJJ Specialist, with 12 Submission victories under his belt.
Brian Fantana vs Yuri Sorokov
Next up we will stay in the Bantamweight division where two more MMA vets will meet to climb that Ladder. Fantana is a native of Sydney, Australia and has had title reigns in three different orgs in his career. "The Sex Panther" has a solid overall skillset but he prefers to stand and bang. in the opposite corner will be the Russian born fighter Yuri Sorokov who makes his Madness Debut this weekend. Sorokov is grinder, he is a Olympic caliber wrestler and comes from a elite camp in the Russian Bears. Sorokov has himself in a good opportunity to jump in the top five at 135, where as his foe has seen his better times in the past but could very easily change all that with a win here.
Clayton Channings vs Rumina Sato
Moving on to the third fight of the evening we will dive into the Welterweight Division both of which have had Titles at somen point in there careers. First up Clayton Channings yet another newcomer to the org is stepping into the cage by way of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.Channings is on a 3 fight loss streak and looks to change that in his debut here, he will need to rely on his BJJ skills heavily against this Opponent. He faces off with another Hometown Favorite Rumina Sato who takes to the cage for the third time here at Madness. He had a incredible Debut knocking out the former MMMA welterweight champ Zoe Harris in the first round. Sato is closing in on the age of 50 but is still very competitive, and his foe Channings was sited before the weigh-inns looking very fatigued which is not something you want against a Veteran like Rumina
Silvio Crespo vs Jeff Hecker
In the nights Co-Main event we will see to exciting Featherweights go to war. Silvio Crespo another native of Toronto, Ontario, Canada has joined madness previously fighting for Underground and has held Titles in three orgs in his career. Crespo started his career off 12-0 and looked to be a Future 145 lb great, but has since lost his last three fights. Knowing his career was in jeopardy Silvio has know changed camps and aligned himself with a new Manager in Al Van Dal. His opponent Jeff Hecker is a native New York, USA and is now 3-2 inside the Madness Cage. Hecker at 42 has seen some highs and lows as well, he also like Crespo has held three titles in his career and "The Ultimate Warrior" kicked his career off with a bang winning a QFC Tournament back in 2013. This fight looks to be The New Lion against the Old Warrior both fighters are going to be hungry for victory though regardless of age.
BJ McGobblecock, Jr. vs Obi Canuel
And now in the Main Event of the evening we head to the Middleweight Division for a Fantastic title fight Between the Challenger "Pastafarian" and the champ "The Cock Gobbler". Are Challenger hailing from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada will attempt for a second time to dethrone the Champ. Canuel 4-1 inside the Madness cage has only lost to BJ, there first fight was highly contested and Obi looked to be turning things around after taking the 2nd round only to be finished in the 3rd. The Current 185 lb champ BJ McGobblecock (WTF where you thinking Bear) has seen his best success in his career since joining Madness MMA. He has a perfect 4-0 record here and is also coming off his most dominate performance KO'ing Roy Batty in 40 seconds which earned him a "KO of the Night" Award. There is no Doubt that Obi showed some good signs in there first encounter which you can't say that against anyone else BJ has fought here. I would not be shocked if this fight goes the distance this time, in a Awesome Fight of the Year showing.
Jean Labosky v Gene Sarazen
Ceasar Morgan v Raiymbek Batyr
Lorenzo Babidi v Jan Pope
Frank Borg v Forrest Bondurant
Aaron Scott v I Suck
And there you have it fight Fans another brilliant lineup for this weekends Madness MMA Event. There has been some huge signings recently so the sky is the limit for this org, its never been a better time to get down with the Clowny Caos.
Clown Caos 14 is right around the corner which headlined by a Superheavyweight tilt between Lock Bresner and Cyrus Great!!!
Douche McBaggins Signing off!