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Posted 10 June 2016 - 08:20 AM

good luck to every one on the card !


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Posted 11 June 2016 - 06:41 AM

 Island Combat 2 Preview

 

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The second event of the Island Combat organization, is sure to be another great show! It features Ten total fights, and two of those, are for titles.

 

The opening fight, is between Darko “Dark Side Cruz”, and Pipis “Teabag” Skatis.

This fight is in the bantamweight division.

Darko Cruz likes to go in with a lot of takedowns and get his opponent on the ground as quickly as possible.

Darko also has outstanding takedown defense. But he seems to have trouble, if his opponent has a great standup game. Pipis on the other hand, has difficulty landing strikes in stand up but seems to have at least decent striking defense.

 

But he has shown, to catch his opponents off guard, so he should not be underestimated. In my opinion, the favorite is Darko Cruz, since he has stellar ground game, but he has to be wary when doing takedowns, so he does not get knocked out.

 

 

 

The second fight is in the featherweight division.

It is featuring, Marius “The Roman” Gladius, and Patrick Krupok.

 

Marius comes in with only one loss in his career, out of his five fights. He has known to shoot for takedowns early in the fight. But if he can do this, he can control his opponent down there, and is very slippery. His only loss came from, Martin Luther King Jr, by kumara submission. On the other side of the cage, Patrick has a lot of knockout power. All of his wins have been by knockout in the first round. His last lost came from submission, and it seems he has a bad ground game. In my opinion, it’s a 50-50 match, both fighters have a chance of winning here.

 

 

The third fight is in the middleweight division.

It features Jessi “Mast Magan” Inder, and Leonardo Leite.

Jessi comes in with a 2-0, winning streak. On both of these wins, Jessi has gone the distance for almost both, so he seems to have great cardio. He also has known, to escape after getting taken down by takedowns, and flip it around on his opponent.

 

Leonardo on the other hand, has not seen much time outside of the first round, with all his fights staying in the first round. So I am not sure, how he will do if the fight time goes longer. He also has strong wrestling and decent takedowns.

 

In my opinion, the favorite is Jessi, unless Leonardo can pull out a first round win.

 

The fourth fight is in the lightweight division.

 

It features Jesse “The Karate Nerd” Enkamp, and Dave Tran.

 

Jesse has amazing muay thai training, and background.

Enkamp, tends to use all sorts of well precise kicks, to the leg

 body, to slow down his opponent.

He is known to knockout opponents, with his head kick. He also has above decent striking defense. He prefers striking distance, and has lost his fight with Peter Potter, due to Potter’s clinchwork.

On the other side of the cage, Dave looks for a takedown whenever he can get them, and takes it to the ground. If you let Dave, stay in the ground for too long, u will be tapping for sure. But if that fails, his impressive ground, and pound can finish you as well.

 

In my opinion, the clear advantage here is Dave, if he can take it to the ground, and work his game. But if it stays standing it will be Jesse’s win.

 

 

 

The fifth fight is in the lightweight division.

It features Jake “The Snake” Blake, and Anthony “Cerebral” Graham.

 

Jake has a three win streak, all by submission. His only loss came from, a fighter that had superior BJJ.

Jake, prefers to first go to clinch, gain control from here, and then take you to the ground. From here he goes into his submission work.

Anthony before his last three losses, he was on a 5 fight win streak.

But a three losing streak, took a lot out of his morale for sure.

Also, he either has a great day, or a lousy day.

But he is lethal, in both the standing, and ground day, when he is in a great day. In my opinion, Jake has the advantage since he only loss due to superior ground game, but Graham does not seem to have that.

I could be wrong of course.

 

The sixth fight is in the Light Heavyweight division.

It features Joseph “The Butcher” Venables and Andy Fitzgerald.

Joseph comes into the fight preferring the fight to keep at striking distance, and standing. He is also known, to go into longer fights, so he has the cardio. But it’s ironic that he likes the standup game, when he primarily loses to standup fighters.

 

On the other hand Andy has knockout power for days. He also has decent grappling defense and can reverse his opponents if needed.

 

He also does not give you an easy time on the ground as well, with strikes. In my opinion, the favorite is Andy, since he has a stronger oomph behind his blows.

 

 

 

The seventh fight is in the Heavyweight division.

It features

Michael “The Inquisitor” Campion VS Heath“The Texas Crazy Horse”Herring.

 

Starting off Michael goes for early second takedowns if possible, and tries his ground game. His only loss, ending his four win streak, came from a better ground artist them him. He can end a fight quick on the ground, which is a great plus.

 

Heath on the other hand, looks like he can hold his own on the ground, and on the standup game. His biggest weakness is his clinch defense, so if he can eat some dirty boxing, it could stop him in his tracks.

Another weakness is he gets sloppy on his strikes, which can aid to somebody’s counter takedowns. The advantage is Heath, if he can score his takedowns, and he is trained better in the ground game, it could be his fight to win.

 

 

 

The eighth fight is in the Heavyweight division.

It features Theodore “Tingling” Thundercunt VS Ohto Alanko.

First Theodore has tremendous power, and will knockout someone out, if given the chance too. Theodore also uses the clinch to tire an opponent, and then tries to finish it, when broken at striking distance.

But he also has problems with fighters who have superior clinchwork, or effective clinch defense. On the other side of the cage, Ohto also has disgusting stopping power as well.

 

He also likes to use the clinch versus his opponents. My opinion on this favorite is none. The fighters, both like are each other’s clones.

 

Just expect a brutal set of punches, and a quick ending. The winner, will be the one that can hit, when the clinch is broken.

 

 

 

The ninth fight is a title bout for the Heavyweight title.

 

It features

 Zui Quan “Drunken Fist” Tso VS Illmari Kuusi.

Zui come into this fight, with five career KO victories. This Chinese native goes into the clinch, and targets the body, to soften up his opponent. Then he finishes it with uppercuts and strikes to the face.

Zui also vitalizes the cage, and makes it his ally. His greatest weakness is he rarely adapts to the fight, if u can break his clinch by either takedown or serious strikes, u can win the fight. On the other side of the cage, Illmari rather stick to his game, the ground.

 

He likes to get as much takedowns as possible, then tries to control his opponent on the ground. But if his opponent can manage to get to full guard and either free himself or try for a submission that would be key.

 

In my opinion, the favorite is Zui if he can land a brutal strike during a takedown attempt, he can end it, or least cause serious damage.

 

 

 

The main event for this card, is a welterweight title bout.

 

champion Jake “The Talent” Belcher VS challenger Tapio Sammalkorpi.

 

These two have already fought, with Tapio being victorious their first fight.

Tapio only won that fight, by continuing to land takedowns, causing him more points, so when it came down to an decision, he had more points.

Jake comes in with excellent BJJ defense, which landed him the win in his last fight.

His ground, and pound, is also a huge strength especially versus Tapio. Tapio on the other hand, tries to always take the fight to the ground.

If he can get a good enough hold onto his opponent, he can make any man tap. But versing Jake, who is a slippery man.

My opinion on the favorite has to be Jake, if he continues to stuff out

Tapio’s takedowns, and defend vigorously on the ground.

 

This card for Island Combat 2 is sure to be amazing! Jay Tycoon sure knows how to book an event!

 

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Posted 14 June 2016 - 12:50 AM

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This is the review for the ten fights in Island Combat 2.

                           

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The first fight was in the Bantamweight division between Darko Cruz and Pipis Skatias.

 

An early combination by Pipis managed to cut Darko. Darko then goes into an clinch can’t do much there then is taken down by a double leg takedown. Pipes then escapes from his grasp. The rest of the fight Pipis is staying away from Darko’s Takedowns and countering him with strikes which gives him more points. Pipes also is landing mores trikes in while the short time, the fight is left standing. This is why Pipis won by decision.



 

The second fight was in the Featherweight division between Marius Gladius and Patrick Krupok.

 

Both fighters looked for early takedowns without any luck.

Gladys then counters an punch then takes Patrick down into his guard. Gladys then latches on an kimura lock which causes Patrick to tap at 0:58 of the first round.

That fight was quick!



 

The third fight was in the Middleweight division between Jesi Inder and Leonardo Leite.

 

Leonardo goes for an early takedown and brings Jessi down with an trip, landing in Jesi’s guard. Leonardo remain dominant and stars from there. They are then stood up by the ref, but shortly after another Leonardo takedown.

 

Leonardo then flys with an continuous trip of many different submission attempts, but he continues to stay dominant in half guard. Leonardo then goes into the beginning of the second round catches Jessi sleeping with an easy takedown.

 

Then from here he ends the fight with an Guillotine submission in 1:56 of the second round.



The fourth fight was in the Lightweight division featuring Jesse Enkamp and Dave Tran.

 

Encamp uses a lot of early kicks to the leg, and torso. The whole first round was standing where Dave missed a lot of tried takedowns. After these attempts he was rewarded with an countered leg kick for his efforts.

 

This continues with Encamp only landing kicks to the torso and leg.

 

Then the second round begins. This round look completely like the first with Enkamp scoring loads of kicks to Dave’s torso and leg. But the fight picks up in round three when Encamp lands an perfect punch after an failed takedown attempt cutting dave causing some bleeding. Dave is very tired at this point, but much of the same for the rest of the fight.



 

 

The fifth fight was in the Lightweight division featuring Jake Blake and Anthony Graham.

 

Jake Blake uses the outside of the cage moving around to keep away from Anthony’s strikes. The he lands an takedown in Graham’s guard.

Blake then goes for two leg submissions but does not land them. they are then stood up because of lack of action.

 

Blake then takes the fight into clinch, after three stuffed takedown attempts. graham then goes into he attack, but manages to not land any strikes, but is know in dominant position so Blake cannot perform an takedown.

Then Blake finally manages an takedown into guard position.

 

He then looks for an leg bar and triangle submission but Graham escapes them. An close round but Graham will probably get more points.

The second round starts with a jab to the torso from Blake controlling him for an distance.

 

Blake then follows this with an nice head kick that causes an bleeding cut. At this point both fighters are exhausted especially seen with three in the row failed takedown attempts by Blake.

 

Graham then clinches with Blake. Later he throws an left punch that Blake just walks into, and Blake is rocked! Graham then finishes an wobbling Blake with an jab, left hook, then straight that knock’s down Blake.

 

Then he comes, and finishes him on the ground with an uppercut.



 

 

 

The sixth fight was in the Middleweight division between Joseph Vendables and Andy Fitzgerald.

 

It’s into the clinch very early in the fight where Fitzgerald lands some torso strikes and tries to stall it. Then he goes for the head with many different strikes. With time of this a lot of head strikes from Andy causes an cut to Vendables.

 

He then tries to land strikes to the head, then pushes Fitzgerald to the cage. More continuous head and torso shots from Fitzgerald where Vendables fails to not land many strikes. Fitzgerald owned the first round for sure. The second round starts with Fitzgerald moving into click early on.

 

He then continues to go for the head, but also try to stall the fight as well. Then Vendables break the clinch which leads to an intense time of both fighters striking each other. Vendables then gets rocked by an decent strike by Fitzgerald.

 

Fitzgerald then brings the fight into clinch, here he finishes the fight with an uppercut when he makes some space in the clinch.



 

 

The seventh fight was in the Heavyweight division featuring Micheal Campion and Heath Herring.

 

Campion counters an punch then performs an takedown to side control. Campion goes for a few submission attempts but Herring has good defense and escapes.

 

Herring then comes back with an takedown into half guard showing some athleticism. Campion then escapes from the ground. Campion then gets an takedown where he dominates for the rest of the round with many submission attempts, that cause no taps.

 

The second round then starts with an counter takedown attempt that lands, with an double leg takedown. Campion then goes for an armor submission, but he cannot cause an tap, with Herring slipping out.

Herring then flips the ground game and goes into top option. From here he goes into an kimura but it does not cause an tap.

Micheal Campton wins the match by unanimous decision.



 

 

 

 

The eight fight is in the Heavyweight division between Theodore Thundercunt and Ohto Alanko.

 

Thundercunt is moving around nicely an lands an nice single shot. Thundercunt is the wrong end of a cross and gets cut.

Thundercunt then uses some nice footwork and dodges some strikes by Alanko. Alanko then comes in with an powerful strike that causes Thundercunt to be cut.

 

Alanko tries to control with an body shot, then uses an clinch, but is broken in the middle of the mat.

 

Thundercunt then moves in with an clinch.

 

This clinch was what happened throughout the third round. Alanko slipped many strikes and threw many successful strikes.



 

 

The ninth fight was an Heavyweight title bout between Zui Quan Tso and Illumari Kuusi.

 

Tso forces Illumari against the cage and tries for three takedowns but fails. Illumari also missed with an takedown. Illumari then feints an punch and lands an successful takedown and works the triangle.

 

Tso also works some ground an pound, then gets into the dominant position. Quasi then makes some distance and lands some strikes looking to finish.

 

Tso leaves one of his arms exposed and Kuusi takes advantage with an armor that latches on causing an tap in the first round.




 

 

The main event of this evening is a title bout in the Welterweight division.

 

 

It is between Jake Belcher and Tapio Sammalkorpi.

Tap shoots for a takedown but misses, then jake performs an successful double leg takedown into guard.

 

Belcher then almost gets countered, and Tapio tries to escape.

But then Tapio misses with some strikes and Jake cannot leave the position.

 

Tap then lands some nice ground and pound strikes.

 

Tapio then looks for an kimura but misses and lands some nice ground and pound strikes.

Then it is the end of the round.

 

The second round starts with Jake landing an nice takedown.

There is an scramble and Tapio is now on top guard.

 

Tap then looks for many different submission attempts, and finally lands an armor that finishes the fight.

 

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Posted 14 June 2016 - 01:58 AM

Island Combat Three Preview

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The third installment of Island Combat will be another explosion on the MMA Tycoon scene.

 

It features ten total fights, with the last two, both as title bouts.

 

 

 

The opening fight is in the Welterweight division.

 

It features Cub Diaz and Luna “Pow Pow” Ploy.

 

Cub comes into this fight with a 3 win streak  of his three fight career. He has defeated his opponent by decision each time as well. Diaz tries to keep the fight in clinch, and throws impressive shots when in clinch. Diaz also knows when to stall from clinch if he needs too.

Problem is a fighter has not caused him to fight from striking distance, or on the ground, so I’m not sure how effective he is in those areas. Luna comes in after a loss in Island Combat One.

 

This happened as he threw predictable strikes, and barely land anything, so his opponent capitalized on his mistakes. Luna can be taken down, but he has worked, and improved his defense there. In my opinion the favorite is Cub, if he can stick to his gameplan, and control Luna in the clinch.

 

 

The second fight is in the Light Heavyweight division.

 

It features Justin Sane, and Don Julio Cesar Chavez.

 

Justin Sane comes in with his last win on the card of Island Combat One. Justin has great striking power and great awareness in the cage. He has great power, even in the clinch. He also uses the clinch for offense, early, and often in his fights.

On the other side of the cage, Don comes in with a loss in Island Combat One versus Carlos Newton. Don also comes in with two losses which will mean he has to change up his tactics somehow.

He has to work on his takedown defense and his transitions for sure.

Positives is Don, can catch opponents off, and has proven to be slippery, bringing tapes from anywhere in a fight. In my professional opinion the favorite has to be Justin, he can knock him out from anywhere in the cage.

 

 

 

The third fight is the Light Heavyweight division.

It features Kyle Long and Tobias “The Viking” Swanson.

 

Kyle likes to look for counters and comes in with an accurate punch. Then after Kyle lands from his counters he comes in and finishes the job.

This will work, but also means he takes a lot more punches, and if he can’t counter them, it’s not good for him.

Tobias comes into the fight with a variety of both submission, and TKO victories.

 

Tobias prefers to either use his standard issue head or body punch. Tobias will come in fast and dangerous landing him so early knockouts.

 

In my professional opinion Tobias is the favorite due to power of punches

and if his opponent cannot control him he will win.

 

 

 

 

The fourth fight is in the Heavyweight division.

 

It features Ulrich Holworth and Roland La Starza

 

Ulrich comes into this fight with a 5 win streak. Ulrich has not left the first round in any of his fights so far. He goes for an early clinch pressing his opponent against the cage.

Then from here he goes for a takedown. His favorite submission to use is the armbar.

 

But his only loss came from a standup fighter. Roland comes in win a 4 win streak out of all of his four fights. He goes in with a clinch against the cage then goes into his striking.  He then looks to stall till he is ready again then continues his strikes.

He also has two different managers Gianki  Bonghi first, and then Edogawa Con the reason is unknown.

 

In my professional opinion the favorite is 50-50 fighters have similar tactics.

 

 

 

The fifth fight is in the Bantamweight division.

 

It features Royce “Disgrace” Disgracie and Prostate Orgasm.

 

Royce comes into this fight with a 6 win streak, which is impressive since he only has been in six fights.

Royce is an agile man that can slip punches, with his stellar striking defense.

He also can shake takedown attempts, if his opponent goes for them.

Royce will look for a finish in this fight for sure.

Prostate come into this fight with four submission victories.

Prostate has improved his transitions, and escapes from his loss from Miesha Tate. 

Prostate will try to move out of striking distance, as soon as he can, with either clinch or a takedown.

 

In my professional opinion, Prostate is the favorite if he can move the fight, and keep it on the ground, where he can work his game.

 

 

The sixth fight is in the Bantamweight division.

It features Patrick Bullar, and “Artic Frost” Issumatar Tariaksuq.

 

Patrick comes in and tries to control his opponent in the clinch. He then targets the head while inside the clinch. But he can be seen as open, to other counter strikes, to the body, and leg.

 

Patrick Bullar also tries to throw single accurate punches instead of combos.

Do not let Bullar control you in his clinch, or that could be lights out for you. Issumatar last was seen at Island Combat One where he lost to Walton Kunz.

Issumatar lost the last fight when he was countered after a kick, and was controlled then he taped shortly after. Issumatar likes to use a number of kicks to the head, body, and leg to control and soften his opponent. Issumatar also knows when he needs to adapt his gameplan, if the fight I not going to plan.

 

In my professional opinion, the favorite is Issumatar he has a lot more experience

and if he can adapt then conquer he will win.

 

 

The seventh fight is in the Featherweight division.

It features Royal Pain and Richards “Middle Dick” Richards lii.

 

Royal comes into this fight with a 39 second submission in the first round versus Prince Idowu, at Island Combat One. Royal rarely leaves the first round, and is a takedown expert.

 

Royal shoots for a takedown early and tries to land in guard or half guard at least.

 

If Royal is allowed to do this thus controlling you as he has done many times before he will win this fight. Richards last fight was a loss versus Peter Potter in Island Combat One.

Richards will look for his counter and go for a takedown.  

He always shoots to land in guard with his takedown as well. In my professional opinion, the favorite is Richards if he can keep the fight on the ground.

 

 

 

The eight fight is in the Bantamweight division.

It features “Pretty” Peter Potter and Carlos Diego Ferreria.

 

Peter comes in after a win in Island Combat One, versus Richards Richards lii. Peter will try for a clinch pressing his opponent against the cage for ultimate leverage.

Then he will go in with viscous sets of combos that can knock out anyone. His only problem is if he can’t get into the clinch, he has been taken down, and submitted before.

This means an outstanding ground game may as well beat him. Carlos comes into this fight, with a 5 win streak, 4 of those wins come from submission.

 

Carlos looks for early takedowns and one after another submission attempts.

Carlos uses these to tire his opponent and keeping him on his toes at the same time. His favorite submission move is the Kimura, will we see it this fight, u bet we will.

 

In my professional opinion, the favorite is Peter Potter if he can clinch at all or against the cage he can win it. Like I said he is dangerous if you allow him to clinch at all.

 

 

 

The ninth fight is in the Bantamweight division, for the title.  

 

It features Walton “The Tiny Furer” Kunz and Johnie “The Dildo” Kavlitezekis.

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Walton comes in with a victory in Island combat one versus Issumatar Tariaksuq.

Walton will look for the takedown, if he can score one.

But if he has to stand, he stays far away looking for precious single shots. Johnie comes in with a 7 win streak which is an impressive win streak. He has amazing Brazilian jiu jitsu.

He can also escape, and submit when he is on the ground. When he takes an opponent down, he goes into side control, where he likes to control for his ground game.

 

In my professional opinion Johnie since he has an superior ground presence, but he needs to keep it on the ground.

 

 

 

The main event is a Light Heavyweight title bought.

It features Carlos “The Ronin” Newton and Ukko Metso.

 

 

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Carlos comes after an impressive 39 second victory in the first round versus

Don Julio Cesar Chavez, with a kumara submission.

He is known to be a slippery costumer on the ground and will not give up easy.

 

He will go for an early takedown hopefully landing in his opponents guard.

But he has had problems, with being knocked out if the fight is kept off the ground.

 

Ukko come in win a 3 win streak.

Ukko also is an fighter on the ground, so there will be no early taps in this fight.

Ukko is also dangerous with his ground and pound, if his submissions do not work.

In my professional opinion the favorite has to be Ukko since he can win easily if he

manages to keep Carlos standing.

 

He will also prove to be a hard customer on the ground as well.

Island Combat Three Preview

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The third installment of Island Combat will be another explosion on the MMA Tycoon scene.

 

It features ten total fights, with the last two, both as title bouts.

 

 

 

The opening fight is in the Welterweight division.

 

It features Cub Diaz and Luna “Pow Pow” Ploy.

 

Cub comes into this fight with a 3 win streak  of his three fight career. He has defeated his opponent by decision each time as well. Diaz tries to keep the fight in clinch, and throws impressive shots when in clinch. Diaz also knows when to stall from clinch if he needs too.

Problem is a fighter has not caused him to fight from striking distance, or on the ground, so I’m not sure how effective he is in those areas. Luna comes in after a loss in Island Combat One.

 

This happened as he threw predictable strikes, and barely land anything, so his opponent capitalized on his mistakes. Luna can be taken down, but he has worked, and improved his defense there. In my opinion the favorite is Cub, if he can stick to his gameplan, and control Luna in the clinch.

 

 

The second fight is in the Light Heavyweight division.

 

It features Justin Sane, and Don Julio Cesar Chavez.

 

Justin Sane comes in with his last win on the card of Island Combat One. Justin has great striking power and great awareness in the cage. He has great power, even in the clinch. He also uses the clinch for offense, early, and often in his fights.

On the other side of the cage, Don comes in with a loss in Island Combat One versus Carlos Newton. Don also comes in with two losses which will mean he has to change up his tactics somehow.

He has to work on his takedown defense and his transitions for sure.

Positives is Don, can catch opponents off, and has proven to be slippery, bringing tapes from anywhere in a fight. In my professional opinion the favorite has to be Justin, he can knock him out from anywhere in the cage.

 

 

 

The third fight is the Light Heavyweight division.

It features Kyle Long and Tobias “The Viking” Swanson.

 

Kyle likes to look for counters and comes in with an accurate punch. Then after Kyle lands from his counters he comes in and finishes the job.

This will work, but also means he takes a lot more punches, and if he can’t counter them, it’s not good for him.

Tobias comes into the fight with a variety of both submission, and TKO victories.

 

Tobias prefers to either use his standard issue head or body punch. Tobias will come in fast and dangerous landing him so early knockouts.

 

In my professional opinion Tobias is the favorite due to power of punches

and if his opponent cannot control him he will win.

 

 

 

 

The fourth fight is in the Heavyweight division.

 

It features Ulrich Holworth and Roland La Starza

 

Ulrich comes into this fight with a 5 win streak. Ulrich has not left the first round in any of his fights so far. He goes for an early clinch pressing his opponent against the cage.

Then from here he goes for a takedown. His favorite submission to use is the armbar.

 

But his only loss came from a standup fighter. Roland comes in win a 4 win streak out of all of his four fights. He goes in with a clinch against the cage then goes into his striking.  He then looks to stall till he is ready again then continues his strikes.

He also has two different managers Gianki  Bonghi first, and then Edogawa Con the reason is unknown.

 

In my professional opinion the favorite is 50-50 fighters have similar tactics.

 

 

 

The fifth fight is in the Bantamweight division.

 

It features Royce “Disgrace” Disgracie and Prostate Orgasm.

 

Royce comes into this fight with a 6 win streak, which is impressive since he only has been in six fights.

Royce is an agile man that can slip punches, with his stellar striking defense.

He also can shake takedown attempts, if his opponent goes for them.

Royce will look for a finish in this fight for sure.

Prostate come into this fight with four submission victories.

Prostate has improved his transitions, and escapes from his loss from Miesha Tate. 

Prostate will try to move out of striking distance, as soon as he can, with either clinch or a takedown.

 

In my professional opinion, Prostate is the favorite if he can move the fight, and keep it on the ground, where he can work his game.

 

 

The sixth fight is in the Bantamweight division.

It features Patrick Bullar, and “Artic Frost” Issumatar Tariaksuq.

 

Patrick comes in and tries to control his opponent in the clinch. He then targets the head while inside the clinch. But he can be seen as open, to other counter strikes, to the body, and leg.

 

Patrick Bullar also tries to throw single accurate punches instead of combos.

Do not let Bullar control you in his clinch, or that could be lights out for you. Issumatar last was seen at Island Combat One where he lost to Walton Kunz.

Issumatar lost the last fight when he was countered after a kick, and was controlled then he taped shortly after. Issumatar likes to use a number of kicks to the head, body, and leg to control and soften his opponent. Issumatar also knows when he needs to adapt his gameplan, if the fight I not going to plan.

 

In my professional opinion, the favorite is Issumatar he has a lot more experience

and if he can adapt then conquer he will win.

 

 

The seventh fight is in the Featherweight division.

It features Royal Pain and Richards “Middle Dick” Richards lii.

 

Royal comes into this fight with a 39 second submission in the first round versus Prince Idowu, at Island Combat One. Royal rarely leaves the first round, and is a takedown expert.

 

Royal shoots for a takedown early and tries to land in guard or half guard at least.

 

If Royal is allowed to do this thus controlling you as he has done many times before he will win this fight. Richards last fight was a loss versus Peter Potter in Island Combat One.

Richards will look for his counter and go for a takedown.  

He always shoots to land in guard with his takedown as well. In my professional opinion, the favorite is Richards if he can keep the fight on the ground.

 

 

 

The eight fight is in the Bantamweight division.

It features “Pretty” Peter Potter and Carlos Diego Ferreria.

 

Peter comes in after a win in Island Combat One, versus Richards Richards lii. Peter will try for a clinch pressing his opponent against the cage for ultimate leverage.

Then he will go in with viscous sets of combos that can knock out anyone. His only problem is if he can’t get into the clinch, he has been taken down, and submitted before.

This means an outstanding ground game may as well beat him. Carlos comes into this fight, with a 5 win streak, 4 of those wins come from submission.

 

Carlos looks for early takedowns and one after another submission attempts.

Carlos uses these to tire his opponent and keeping him on his toes at the same time. His favorite submission move is the Kimura, will we see it this fight, u bet we will.

 

In my professional opinion, the favorite is Peter Potter if he can clinch at all or against the cage he can win it. Like I said he is dangerous if you allow him to clinch at all.

 

 

 

The ninth fight is in the Bantamweight division, for the title.  

 

It features Walton “The Tiny Furer” Kunz and Johnie “The Dildo” Kavlitezekis.

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Walton comes in with a victory in Island combat one versus Issumatar Tariaksuq.

Walton will look for the takedown, if he can score one.

But if he has to stand, he stays far away looking for precious single shots. Johnie comes in with a 7 win streak which is an impressive win streak. He has amazing Brazilian jiu jitsu.

He can also escape, and submit when he is on the ground. When he takes an opponent down, he goes into side control, where he likes to control for his ground game.

 

In my professional opinion Johnie since he has an superior ground presence, but he needs to keep it on the ground.

 

 

 

The main event is a Light Heavyweight title bought.

It features Carlos “The Ronin” Newton and Ukko Metso.

 

 

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Carlos comes after an impressive 39 second victory in the first round versus

Don Julio Cesar Chavez, with a kumara submission.

He is known to be a slippery costumer on the ground and will not give up easy.

 

He will go for an early takedown hopefully landing in his opponents guard.

But he has had problems, with being knocked out if the fight is kept off the ground.

 

Ukko come in win a 3 win streak.

Ukko also is an fighter on the ground, so there will be no early taps in this fight.

Ukko is also dangerous with his ground and pound, if his submissions do not work.

In my professional opinion the favorite has to be Ukko since he can win easily if he

manages to keep Carlos standing.

 

He will also prove to be a hard customer on the ground as well.

 

 

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Posted 14 June 2016 - 02:57 PM

ISLAND COMBAT 

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 Interview  with  Carlos Newton

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Martin: You have been Island FC MW champion before. SO you have some experience going into this fight at Island Combat 3. 



How well has this prepared you for this fight?



Newton: I've won and lost title fights, so I think my experience will definitely

help me in this one.

It's been nice preparing for another grappler for once.

It's allowed me to focus on my ground game again and sharpen my skills. 



Martin: Kinda adding on to question one, you are fighting versus Ukko Metso in Island Combat 3, have anything to say about this upcoming fight?



Newton: Very strong wrestler. He has a good ground and pound and submission game. I'm going to have to be really active on my back and not allow his

punches to get through.

If I can get to the top, I am very confident I can finish him.



Martin: What are your future plans? Who would you want to fight next?



Newton: I'm just focused on the man ahead of me. This fight could make or break my future as one of the Island's top MWs.



Martin: What is your workout routine before an fight? Have any tips for working out? 



Newton: I see a lot of fighters lacking in their flexibility. Yoga has helped me, and I hope for my opponent's sake that he's not stiff as a board because I'll put him in lots of uncomfortable submissions.



Martin: Have anything to say before we conclude this interview?



Newton: Good luck to my opponent and everyone else on the card, including my teammate Issumatar Tariaqsuq.



Martin: Thank you for your time sir.



Newton: Thank you, Jared. See you tonight

 

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1. W Don Sakuraba Submission (Strikes) Quick Fight Championship 2016-03-29 185 1 03:05

 

2. W Joseph Martinez TKO (Strikes) Quick Fight Championship 2016-04-12 185 1 03:53

 

3. W Felipe Dalmazo Decision (Split) Island Combat one 2016-06-06 185 3 05:00 

Joe Snitsky: After signing late in the season then the season ending as quick as he signed w/ ISLAND ORG DEFUNCTS all hope seemed lost until Island Combat came calling. Restoring his hope Sane changed gyms dropped his mentor & switched uP his gameplan. He displayed well & came in this fight w/ a fantastic mental gameplan & was physically prepared- BIG WIN

 

4. L Don Julio Cesar Chavez KO (Punch) Island combat three 2016-06-14 185 1 00:24

Joe Snitsky: Poor management decisions on booking & accepting this fight^ -just 24 hrs after his last fight. He had 3 days injury rest 3 days to train & a day of rest before the fight. As his manager I take full responsibility for his loss & I give Don Julio Cesar Chavez full credit on his performance & his victory- TOUGH LOSS

 

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Posted 15 June 2016 - 08:44 AM

Island Combat 3 Review
I will be renewing Island Combat’s third event, Island Combat 3. It had ten fights, with two title bouts.

The opening fight was in the Welterweight division featuring Cub Diaz and Luna Ploy.  Ploy comes into the fight swinging, but missed all of them. Diaz then initiates an clinch, managing to cut Ploy. Diaz lands a lot of elbows to the head while in the clinch. Then Diaz pushes him into the cage lets go and then continues the clinch. But this time Ploy dodges most of Diaz’s elbows. Ploy then throws an lazy overhead punch that manages to land. Ans short time is out of the clinch, but then they again go into clinch. More elbows from Diaz, as he continues to throw elbows then distance himself, and then come back with more elbows. The end of the first round now into the second. Diaz then instigates another clinch, but both fighters showing the fans an great fight with both connecting. But more elbows from Diaz land. Diaz then pressures Ploy on the cage where he lands some blows before the round ends. An early clinch against the cage for Diaz. Ploy tried to get free, but he cannot. Now the cut behind Ploy’d eye is starting to mess with him know. Ploy gets hit by more elbows, know his cut is absolutely terrible now. Cub Diaz then wins the fight by unanimous decision.
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This fight was very entertaining and I was impressed by both fighters here. But Diaz controlled the fight with his clinch work and his elbows is what gave him the win.


The second fight was in the Middleweight division between Justin Sane and Don Julio Cesar Chavez. Chavez comes in with an fast hook, then dips out, then coming back with an straight right. Don is staying out of Sane’s range, but then come in with an huge uppercut that rocks Sane. Chavez then comes in with an big hook that crumbles Sane to the mat. The referee jumps in not letting Don come in with any more strikes the fight is over! Don Julio Cesar Chavez wins at 0:24 of the first round by KO(Punch).
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Chavez’s moment is what lead to his victory. he dipped after his punches and then came in with stronger blows. Sane had nothing that could handle that in this fight.

The third fight was in the Heavyweight division between Kyle Long and Tobias Swanson. Long goes in for an clinch but is pushed off, but then tries for another pressing Swanson against the cage. Swanson tries to break but cannot get free, and Long tries punches but misses the strike. Long has him pressed than lands an nice elbow that manages too cut Swanson. Long tries for more punches, knees, then misses with everything. Long is scoring some knees to the body but Swanson is blocking his head. Long with his Muay Thai clinch lands an knee to the head. Swanson has been cut then follows with an big punch that drops Swanson. An dominating finish by Long with his killer instinct.Long wins by 2:38 of the first round TKO strikes.
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Kyle Long had an dominating fight versus Tobias Swanson. He controlled the fight through the clinch but could not land with Swanson’s defense. But his killer instinct lets him win the fight in the end.

The fourth fight was in the heavyweight division between Ulrich Holworth and Roland La Starza. Holworth goes for an takedown but is pushed off. but he lands with his second takedown. Starza actually has great defense , lands an hook to the head, then an elbow that causes an cut too Holworth. Holworth’s cut is bad now and Starza lands another elbow. An doctor then ends the fight due too the cut. Holworth wins at 1:19 of the first round by TKO(Cut).
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It’s sad that this fight ended so early but the doctor had to end it due to so much bleeding due to the cut. I hope Holworth gets better soon.

The fifth fight was in the Bantamweight division between Royce Disgracie and Prostate Orgasm.  Orgasm then lands with an early head kick. orgasm then lands an clinch against the cage. Orgasm throws some strikes but is blocked and Disgracie lands some strikes to the head of Orgasm. Disgrace then starts to control the clinch landing some strikes to Orgasm’s head. Disgrace is starting to get frustrating since he cannot leave the clinch. disgrace then comes back with an huge uppercut and rocks Orgasm. Disgracie then lands more strikes in the clinch. Disgracie then ends the fight with an uppercut. the winner of the fight Royce Disgracie at 3:52 of round 1 by TKO(Strikes).
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In the beginning Orgasm was winning with his clinchwork. But then Disgracie comes back with an great defense, lands more strikes and an outstanding uppercut ending he fight.

The sixth fight was in the Bantamweight division featuring Patrick Bullar and Issumatar Tariaksuq. Bullar initiates an clinch, but Issumatar lands two elbows that seem to have hit hard. Issumatar pushes off and the fight is back in the middle of the mat. Issumatar lands an nice leg kick, looking to slow down Bullar. An nice punch to the chin of Issumatar manages to cut him.  ulnar takes an leg kick to his meat of his thigh. Bullard than forces an clinch against the cage. Issumatar dodges an punch lands his own and a nice elbow as well. Issumatar is told too break the clinch by his corner which he does. Issumatar lands an nice head kick. Bullard seeming to not take many damage from an head kick by Bullar taunting at him. Bullard takes into another clinch with Issumatar.  ulnar lands with two short punches, and Issumatar is ordered to break the clinch that he does do. bulgar rushes in with another clinch and lands an shoulder strike. the end of the first round. The second round starts with a clinch against the cage by Bullar. bulgar throws an few elbows to the forehead of Issumatar. The clinch is broken by Issumatar. The round is over. The last round bulgar lands an quick clinch but his trikes are blocked by Issumatar. The clinch breaks and Bullar moves around landing an nice single shot. The round is over and the judges are left to score it. Issumatar wins by unanimous decision.
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Issumatar proved that he has great cardio in this fight. But Bullar also proved this as well, but in the end Issumatar landed more strikes which got him the win.

The seventh fight was in the Lightweight division between Royal Pain and Richard Richards lii. Richards shoots for an early takedown but misses. Pain also misses with two strikes an hook and jab. Richards counters an strike into clinch. Richards goes for an takedown and fights through Pain’s defense here. Richards looses concentration and lets his leg be taken by Pain. Pain performs an locked on triangle, which causes an tap! What an quick fight!
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Richards had this match in the beginning seconds with an clinch and clean takedown. But he lets his leg get out of his concentration so Pain takes it and wins the fight.

The eighth fight was in the Welterweight division featuring Petter Potter and Carls Diego Ferreira. An early clinch by Peter pressing Carlos against the cage. Peter has some strikes blocked but he lands an nice punch that knocks Carlos’s heads backwards. Carlos is rocked, but then after an uppercut as well. Peter stuffs three takedown attempts but then an large right hand finishes off Carlos. Peter wins by 0:44 of round 1 by TKO(Strikes).
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Peter seems like he is going up the Island Combat ladder and he seems to have some serious punching power as it seemed .

The ninth fight is an title bout for the Bantamweight title of Island Combat. Kunz then misses with an lot of strikes. Johnie lands an double leg takedown from a punch that was countered. Johnie then passes to mount. Johnie then turns the position into guard position. Kunz then drops back and looks for an kneebar but Johnie gets his leg free and goes into side control. Johnie then looks for an kimura but is not in the right position for it. Kunz then continues with many different submissions but keep moving from many different positions. The round ends and the second round starts. Kunzs lands some strikes to the air, but Johnnie has no luck with an takedown attempt. Johnie goes for some takedowns but just gets counter punches by Kunz. Johnie then lands an kumra in the third round and makes Kunz tap.
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This great fight had many different switches between who was on the dominant position. So it was definitely not one sided. but Johie seemed to step up his game at the last two rounds which gave him the win.

The main event for this card is an title bout in the Middleweight division between Carlos Newton and Ukko Metso. Meets get an early takedown into guard and sits down in the position. Metso drops back and looks for the leg. But it is not locked on and Newton moves into closed guard. Then Carlos looks for an kimura but Metso gets out of it. Newton lands an sweep but then Kunz then goes on the offensive with an  guillotine, but their is an scramble and Metso is on top guard. Newton then becomes aggressive with many different submissions. The first round is over and it looks like Metso dominated the round. But then Metso gets an early takedown then he tries for an submission but fails. Newton then looks for an submission after he flips to the bottom position. The rounds ends with many different subs that do not land an tap. The rest off the fight was another crazy rounds of many submission attempts from both fighters It was a great fight! but the decision victory end goes to Ukko Metso!
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An great main event for this card and it was an great grappling show where both fighters could not get the other to give up. Their impressive cardio was shown here as well. An shootout to both fighters here!
 


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Posted 16 June 2016 - 12:21 AM

   Island combat 4   

 

 

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    BIG MAIN EVENT

  P4P #3 Tapio Sammalkorpi VS  Peter Potter P4P #10 

170 lbs   championship fight

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Jake Belcher v Kona Bud         
                                     Nate Gonzalez v Pyry Kontio               155 lbs title       
                                     Kaleva Vettenranta v John Bravo        205 lbs title       
                                     Rudy Mar Binay v Cann Kush              265+ lbs title    

 

 

The undercard   

          Island combat webstream          

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      Ivan Maksim v Richard Machan       
  Franco Hupp v Marius Gladius    
              Alexandre Garcia v Alex MacAndrew     


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Posted 17 June 2016 - 01:25 AM

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This event is looking to be the best event of all Island Combat events so far! We have another ten fights, five of these are title bouts.
 

 

 

 

The opening fight is in the Heavyweight division featuring Alexandre “The Arm Collector” Garcia and Alex “Big Mac” MacAndrew.

 

Alexandre had an trouble with standup artists. He was knocked out in 39 seconds. But when he is allowed to play his game he is lethal with an 5 win in the row award. He goes for an early takedown then goes into fast submissions.

 

 

Alex comes in with his opening fight, so I cannot talk about him since he had no fights yet. So I cannot choose a favorite.
 

 

 

 

 

 

The second fight is in the Welterweight division featuring Franco “The Mustache” Hupp and Marius “The Roman” Gladius.

 

 

 

Franco comes into this fight with an recent manager change. But he has an great record before this and ended his last fight in 34 seconds of the first round.

 

Franco starts off normally in striking distance trying for strikes from there then tries for an clinch when he connects beforehand.

 

This kid has amazing punching power so Marius has to watch out! Marius won versus Patrick Krupok in his last fight at Island Combat One, due to submission in 34 seconds of the first round. So he also has the ability to end an fight quickly. Marius also comes in with an 3 win streak.

 

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Franco he has stopping power and know when to use a clinch.
 

 

 

 

 

The third fight is in the Welterweight division featuring Ivan “The Eastern Assassin” Maksim and Richard “Roller” Machan.

 

 

 

Ivan has above average takedown defense shows in his last fight. Maoism also seems very calm while in the clinch which is an great plus if the fight goes there. Ivan also has the ability to land some damaging blows form striking distance. Richard comes into this fight after an loss to Nate Gonzalez at Island Combat One.

 

 

 

Richard will stay standing and at striking distance till he see’s an opportunity to go for a counter takedown. But he has also been beat down here as well. But adding to this if you allow him too he will just knock u out from the standing position as he did before.

 

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Ivan if he can keep it standing, he has better power.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jesse  Won versus Dave Tran in Island Combat 2 not too long ago. Jesse loves to throw leg kicks from an distance to hinder and slow down his opponent.

 

 

He also has the ability at striking distance to be a threat to most fighters. But he also has been knocked out in the first round as well so anything can happen with this guy.

 

 

 

Anthony come in with an victory over Jake Blake at Island Combat 2. Blake likes to take the fight into the clinch land some strikes then perform a takedown into his opponents guard. But if you let Anthony stay in the clinch for too long, he will eat you and spit you out.

 

SO in my professional opinion the favorite is Jesse he knows how to slow down an opponent especially effective versus a fighter like Anthony. 
 

 

 

 

 

The fifth fight is in the Middleweight division featuring Hope Sing “Hyun Ae” Jung and Mateo “Rodriguez” Alejandro.

 

 

 

Hope come sin after losing his title to Jake Belcher at Island Combat One. He actually has an two lose record which we know is not good for an fighter too have in his head. He has shown that if you can control him, he will most likely loose that fight.

 

 

 

His major strengths include his ability to perform successful takedowns and too continually change his position. he is very flexible it seems as well as slippery. His opponent Mateo come in after an win versus Milly Rock at Island Combat One.

 

 

 

Mateo likes to throw a lot of combos that can devastate an opponent if it lands. But sometimes he just punches the air. But his stopping power is something all his opponents need to be worried about. but he does have an problem with his ground game.

 

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Hope if he can keep the fight on the ground where he can control it.
 

 

 

 

 

The sixth fight is for the Super Heavyweight title between “The Epals” Rudy Mar Binay and Cann “Abbis” Kush.

 

 

 

Rudy come sin after an win versus Kyle Harris at Island Combat One. Rudy has the ability to japan opponent quickly so best bet to beat him is to either stay standing or check his takedowns.

 

 

he has an problem with opponents with superior BJJ defense shown in his loss to Brutus Beefcake. Cann come sin with an two win streak beating both fighters in the first round. He has violent jabs that have a lot of power behind them. but he can also change to combos which he is equally as sub par with them as well.

SO in my professional opinion the favorite has to be Cann he showed he can escape from the ground and if it stays standing he will knockout Rudy.
 

 

 

The seventh fight is for the Light Heavyweight title between Kaleva Vettenranta and John “Submission Artist” Bravo.

 

 

 

Kaleva comes in with an amazing six win streak when he was in with Highland Games. Most of these wins did not leave the first round.

 

Kaleva will try to close the distance early with an takedown to hi opponent. He then will try to work his submission game if his ground and pound does not finish off his opponent. So he is lethal with two barrels on the ground so best bet is to either escape from him.

 

John on the other hand also prefers to keep the fight on the ground. He has had some issues when he is not on the ground. His favorite way to submit someone is the use of an Kimura.

 

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Kaleva if he can win with his ground and pound. 
 

 

 

 

 

The eight fight is for the Welterweight title between Nate “Chollo Gangsta” Gonzalez and Pyry Kontio.

 

 

Nate comes in with an eight win streak which is very impressive. Nate prefers to keep the fight standing and if you can keep him down it is your best bet. But he has also proven that he is no chum when on the ground as well, he is very slippery. But he has also great submission game, but when he does this he goes for a clinch against the ropes then an takedown after when he can.

 

Pyry actually seems he may have an better standup game than Nate. He also likes to use the clinch then go for an takedown after. But he does have the problem of doing to many takedowns making it obvious for his opponent to make a counter move against him.

So in my professional opinion the favorite is nobody it is an very even fight.
 

 

 

 

 

The ninth fight is in the Middleweight division featuring Jake “The Talent” Belcher and Kona “The” Bud.

 

 

 

He recently lost his Welterweight title too Tapio Sammalkorpi at Island Combat 2. Jake has shown time and time again that his BJJ defense is amazing. But it can be gee ten through which was showed in his last fight. Jake also is very flexible and slippery when on the ground so he is no easy customer down there.

 

 

If he can he will use his ultimate ground and pound against you, which as finished many of his opponents.

 

 

 

Kona comes after beating Luna Ploy at Island Combat One. He has above average strikes form striking distance. He likes to go for the head then take leg kicks to his opponents torso. He has five win streak all in the first round.

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Kona because it is hard to come back after an title defense.
 

 

 

 

 

The main event  fight is an Welterweight title fight between Tapio Sammalkorpi and “Pretty” Peter Potter.

 

 

 

Tapio comes back from an victory versus Jake Belcher for his Welterweight title. Tapio comes in with amazing BJJ and will go down with an takedown early then if he can control the fight from the ground he will win. He is an submission expert and he has experience with big fights.

 

 

 

Peter Potter is one of my personal favorites in Island Combat. Petter can easily knockout an opponent easily in seconds in the first round.

Peter also has above decent clinch defense and can throw clinches against the cage by himself.

So in my professional opinion the favorite is Peter he has knockout power for days.

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Royal Pain gives thanks to Pyry Kontio for the shiny new belt. He wanted to defend it but Pyry injured him through the end of the season.
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Posted 27 June 2016 - 10:35 AM

      
*ISLAND COMBAT NEWS UPDATE*
 
Hello everybody this is Jay Tycoon here to let everybody  know that our last card of the season is full  and it is a big one !
 
 
we saved the best event for last it has 7 championship fights !  
 
 
 
Thank you to everybody that had a fighter in one of my orgs this season
 
 
 
 
 
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ISLAND COMBAT GAMES
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170 lbs Peter Potter v Jake Belcher                     170 lbs title   
 
145 lbs Alexander Vermeer v Royce Disgracie     145 lbs title   
 
155 lbs Royal Pain v Johnie Kavlitzekis                155 lbs title   
 
185 lbs Ukko Metso v Andy Fitzgerald                  185 lbs title   
 
265+ lbs Rudy Mar Binay v Zui Quan Tso             265+ lbs title    
 
265 lbs Theodore Thundercunt v Heath Herring   265 lbs title    
 
205 lbs Kaleva Vettenranta v Kyle Long                205 lbs title    
 
 
145 lbs Hop Sing Jung v Issumatar Tariaksuq        
 
 
170 lbs Carlos Diego Ferreira v Tapio Sammalkorpi       
 
155 lbs Pyry Kontio v Nate Gonzalez    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   ***If you are hanging on to your island fighters after the season  is over  there are 2 orgs that  i would recommend for your fighters 
 
 
 
 
LKO in New york  as i am a  part of that org  and i can 100% say that you will get fair fights and a great contract. 
 
The other org is Highland Games in london it is a great place for island fighters that are 25 years old and up i would be a hater if i said otherwise!
 
Both orgs will treat you fair.
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*ISLAND COMBAT NEWS UPDATE*
 
Hello everybody this is Jay Tycoon here to let everybody  know that our last card of the season is full  and it is a big one !
 
 
we saved the best event for last it has 7 championship fights !  
 
 
 
Thank you to everybody that had a fighter in one of my orgs this season
 
 
 
 
 
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ISLAND COMBAT GAMES
           WE KINGS
 
170 lbs Peter Potter v Jake Belcher                     170 lbs title   
 
145 lbs Alexander Vermeer v Royce Disgracie     145 lbs title   
 
155 lbs Royal Pain v Johnie Kavlitzekis                155 lbs title   
 
185 lbs Ukko Metso v Andy Fitzgerald                  185 lbs title   
 
265+ lbs Rudy Mar Binay v Zui Quan Tso             265+ lbs title    
 
265 lbs Theodore Thundercunt v Heath Herring   265 lbs title    
 
205 lbs Kaleva Vettenranta v Kyle Long                205 lbs title    
 
 
145 lbs Hop Sing Jung v Issumatar Tariaksuq        
 
 
170 lbs Carlos Diego Ferreira v Tapio Sammalkorpi       
 
155 lbs Pyry Kontio v Nate Gonzalez    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   ***If you are hanging on to your island fighters after the season  is over  there are 2 orgs that  i would recommend for your fighters 
 
 
 
 
LKO in New york  as i am a  part of that org  and i can 100% say that you will get fair fights and a great contract. 
 
The other org is Highland Games in london it is a great place for island fighters that are 25 years old and up i would be a hater if i said otherwise!
 
Both orgs will treat you fair.
thanks
Jay. 
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This event will beat the all time island record for best event......after such a roller coster season you manage to pull it off and im sure next season will be even better and certenetly less atribulated......I defenitly plan to be envolved ......and by the way every 285k+ season 5 island fighters are welcome to LKO.....Wish you all the best possible end of the season guys....

 

LKO

 

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#56 GiankaBonghi

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 07:49 PM

Truly a disgrace that Disgracie lost the championship against that cheeshead, he is clearly the better fighter, now JJ you have to keep the banner with  Luther King Jr and avenge the death of his father, win that belt against Parlow, but watch out he is a massive hitter, good luck.


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#57 Tycooner

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 12:18 AM

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great event  guys!!

 

PPV sales: 22,376
 
*Event Rating: 404.43  
 
*2nd highest rated event on the island ever
 
 KO of the night: Theodore Thundercunt
Sub of the night: Royal Pain
Fight of the night: Peter Potter vs Jake Belcher

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#58 Tycooner

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Posted 06 July 2016 - 01:32 AM

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Coming to LA Soon!


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#59 GiankaBonghi

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Posted 06 July 2016 - 11:58 AM

 

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Coming to LA Soon!

 

YES, LA BABY!!! thats all i needed :)


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#60 SnitskyVision

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 12:36 AM

 

 

 

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"I let my fighter’s use their own words but as the man flipping the bill I prefer they do their talking in the octagon"

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1. W Don Sakuraba Submission (Strikes) Quick Fight Championship 2016-03-29 185 1 03:05

 

2. W Joseph Martinez TKO (Strikes) Quick Fight Championship 2016-04-12 185 1 03:53

 

3. W Felipe Dalmazo Decision (Split) Island Combat one 2016-06-06 185 3 05:00 

Joe Snitsky: After signing late in the season then the season ending as quick as he signed w/ ISLAND ORG DEFUNCTS all hope seemed lost until Island Combat came calling. Restoring his hope Sane changed gyms dropped his mentor & switched uP his gameplan. He displayed well & came in this fight w/ a fantastic mental gameplan & was physically prepared- BIG WIN

 

4. L Don Julio Cesar Chavez KO (Punch) Island combat three 2016-06-14 185 1 00:24

Joe Snitsky: Poor management decisions on booking & accepting this fight^ -just 24 hrs after his last fight. He had 3 days injury rest 3 days to train & a day of rest before the fight. As his manager I take full responsibility for his loss & I give Don Julio Cesar Chavez full credit on his performance & his victory- TOUGH LOSS

 

5.  L Justin Sane Leonardo Leite Submission (Americana) Revolution XC 3 2016-08-06 1 03:58

Joe Snitsky: DISAPPOINTED TO SAY THE LEAST! SO MANY WAYS TO FLIP THIS BUT I'M NOT GOING TO. WE WANNA THANK JAY @ IFC / RXC FOR THE OPPORTUNITY & THE PUSH WHEN WE 1st LANDED ON THE ISLAND (note- Island FC wuz by far the best org on any island)  itz BEEN A CRAZY LONG RIDE SIR, 

CATCH YA ON THE REBOUND~~~

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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