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#801 TheHoarseWhisperer

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RISE 82 – King of the Jungle is an upcoming mixed martial arts event to be held by RISE Fight League in conjunction with Hoarseplay Writing Productions. This event will take place on July 8, 2019 at the University Park arena in Los Angeles, California, USA. This exciting fight card is brought to you by Trap-a lot-Clothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Event Preview]

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[Undercard Bouts]

 

(Welterweight Division) Ronnie White (10-4) versus Samuel Turbitt (6-1)

Ronnie White is a former Olympic Wrestling alternate that shifted his focus from chasing Olympic gold to chasing MMA stardom. In addition to being an incredible grappler with powerful ground and pound, Ronnie is an accomplished amateur boxer with power behind his punches. Known as “Rotten” to teammates, Ronnie has fought under the banners of Skrap House MMA, Sydney Fights, and the Terra Australis Fighting Championship promotion. Formerly a prodigy of Ikki Takeda's management style, Ronnie White has found great success with his new leadership.

 

Ronnie started his MMA journey as a fan sitting in attendance at CCF FN 18. After drunkenly boasting to his buddies that he could “smash these guys”, he stepped up as a last minute opponent for Jo Asce, a seven fight veteran. Asce's opponent had fallen out the night of the fight and so Ronnie became one of those “ultimate fighter guys”. White took Asce down immediately in their fight and began mercilessly pounding the MMA vet with vicious strikes, badly hurting the man and forcing a referee stoppage. Ronnie became a regular face at the CCF shows, taking on Magyan Murko, Joshua Moore, and Arthur Dayne before tasting defeat for the first time in his career. The opponent was world class MMA black belt Ricardinho Vieira.

 

The loss didn't turn Ronnie away from MMA. If anything it pissed him off and made him take the sport even more seriously. After changing management teams, White rematched Vieira at SyFi 112- suffering another submission defeat to the man. White fought once more for Sydney Fights, stopping Stable Genius with heavy ground and pound in the opening round.

 

Following the fight with Stable Genius, Ronnie White signed an exclusive contract with Terra Australis Fighting Championship. Keeping in line with his usual style, White made his promotional debut with a rematch against the last guy that he fought. This time around Genius found some success off his back... he reversed into the top position and fell into an immediate triangle choke. White tore his way through the TAFC welterweight division, stopping Billy Jack with strikes, Alvey Kulina via submission, and won a decision against Akira Harada. Unfortunately White finished out his TAFC career with back-to-back losses to Narek Sirakanian and Luiz Santos respectively.

 

In his most recent bout, Ronnie White stopped Franky Stanky with strikes late in the second round.

 

Samuel Turbitt is a life long Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner with a brown belt in the art. Reportedly an accomplished music producer, lately Turbitt has taken to producing incredible performances inside the MMA cage. Unlike the strength based style of his opponent, Samuel Turbitt compares his fighting style to being more like music: he flows around opponents, going where the feeling takes him.

 

While Samuel was approaching MMA as a fan, Turbitt was coming in from the perspective of sparring partner. He was the man that trained with other professional fighters, giving his insight as an expert in submission grappling. A few weeks before Ronnie White faced Stable Genius in Sydney, Samuel Turbitt made his MMA debut. The itch to challenge himself had become too great; done were the day of simply submitting MMA fighters in the practice room. Turbitt was ready to do the real thing.

 

Samuel Turbitt began fighting in smaller local shows, taking on any random opponent that showed up that evening. The pay was meaningless, the fame was negligible; Turbitt just wanted a challenge. In his professional debut, he was paired up with fellow brown belt Galdra Kiddi. Turbitt found exactly what he was looking for: he was caught in a kimura early and forced to tap out. While other guys may be discouraged from a loss, this was exactly what Samuel Turbitt was looking for. He returned for another show not long after, taking on another BJJ guy in Cyrius Python. The two fighters traded takedowns until Turbitt landed the only submission attempt of the fight, forcing the tap. He returned for another quick match, taking on 2-1 submission fighter Leuan Thomas, smashing the man with top control before taking his back and choking him to sleep.

 

Samuel Turbitt was paired up twice with one of the two most unfortunately named fighters that I've had the pleasure of talking about in Adolf Hitler. In both fights, Turbitt caught Hitler with an early blitzkreig, submitting the man in the opening round on both occasions.

 

Following the second Hitler fight, Turbitt moved up to welterweight and signed with the RISE Fight League. His dance partner for this promotional debut in the big show would be world class striker Tyrell Williams. This promised to be the biggest test of his career... but it wasn't. Turbitt took him down immediately and man handled the striker en route to an armbar submission with two seconds remaining in the round.

 

In his most recent showing, Samuel Turbitt defeated power wrestler and BJJ purple belt Lazar Markov via early first round guillotine choke. Markov took Turbitt down and almost immediately began signaling S.O.S on the mat with his hand.

 

 

 

(Lightweight Division) Xavier Merlin (13-10) versus Ernest Graves (13-10)

Xavier Merlin is an absolutely top of the pile world class Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. He is one of the few legitimate black belts in running around this crazy sport. Xavier has competed in RISE on two separate occasions; he actually started his career in the California-based promotion before leaving to test the waters elsewhere. He held a world championship title during his tenure with Sydney Fights and competed, for a time, under the Terra Australis Fighting Championship banners.

 

Xavier began his career with a lightning fast rear naked choke victory over Muay Thai striker Scotty To in the QFC. After that, he signed a three fight deal to compete for RISE Fight League. After submitting Randell Miranda and Barrios Messi, Xavier was paired up with fellow BJJ brown belt and reigning lightweight champion Randy Kelly for his first title defense. The fight would prove to be incredibly competitive, with Xavier Merlin dominating the young champion everywhere the fight took place for fourteen minutes and twenty-six seconds before falling into an armbar and being forced to tap out.

 

A fresh free agent with his championship dreams shattered, Xavier began fighting for Sydney Fights. After besting freak athlete wrestler Che Huu Mo in a unanimous decision victory, Merlin was submitted when paired up with fellow brown belt and former NJMMA lightweight champion Justin Sane. Not put off by this setback, Merlin began piling bodies as the opponents fell before him: Keon Fazeli, Pit Canthropus Jr, Deklek Sitsongrit. Three big names, three big graves behind him.

 

At SyFi 70, Xavier Merlin was given the opportunity to rectify his earlier championship flop against former Bumfights lightweight champion Evan Page. The two fought for the inaugural lightweight championship with the fight nearly going to the final minute of the opening round. Before it was all said and done, Page was submitting and Xavier Merlin entered the history books as the lightweight champion of the land down under. His first attempted title defense was against fellow BJJ wizard Jorginho Marcelo who would submit Merlin early in the second round. Merlin began chasing the belt across the roster, smashing Gennady Glovkin to earn a second crack at it but the new champion was just as forgiving as the man that he defeated to steal the crown. Just like that, Bernardo De Barros retained the title and Merlin was left wanting.

 

Xavier Merlin entered into a dark age of his career: he would go on to be stopped by Verneri Ahma, suffering his first loss to strikes in his career. After changing management teams he won a fight but then lost to Evan Page via late KO in a rematch fight, dropping management teams once again. Under new management Xavier faced Pit Canthropus Jr twice, an old opponent from his run up the championship mountain prior. Despite having dominated Canthropus Jr before, he was stopped by the man in back-to-back performances this time around.

 

Now fighting for Terra Australis Fighting Championship, Xavier Merlin put together a 3-1 record before returning to RISE Fight League. He knows that a big win over Ernest Graves will likely make him the top contender for the throne currently occupied by elite striker DeMario Valdez.

 

Ernest Graves is the former RISE Fight League lightweight champion of the world. He has fought in the QFC arena at length, competed in Island Extreme Fighting, and has most recently made himself a household name in RFL.

 

Earnest started his trek through the world of mixed martial arts in the QFC arena where he competed seven times, taking on anyone and everyone fool enough to face him. He suffered only two defeats during that time: once against future Island Xtreme Fighting and RISE Fight League lightweight champion Scott Smith, and once against fellow QFC standout Ben Law. With two consecutive QFC victories behind him, Earnest signed with Island Xtreme Fighting... where he lost three fights in a row, dropping fights to Ben Seimens, Flibberti Gibbet, and Mohammed Jonhson. He did finish out his time on The Island by decisioning Joshua Brown.

 

Free from the confines of The Island, Earnest Graves signed with RISE Fight League. In his promotional debut he stopped Shannon White with a second round keebar submission. Next Graves faced Armin Schulz but would go on to be stopped in the second round of their fight. After tearing through world title challengers Joshua Brown and Tyrone Spong, Graves faced former Beach Fights lightweight champion (who never lost his title) Humberto Spong, submitting him early in the opening round. After suffering a shocking defeat against future RISE champion DeMario Valdez, Graves faced Scott Smith in a surprise rematch. This was the man that he had started it all against back in the QFC arena, the man that handed him his first pro loss. This time around, Graves dominated Smith on the feet, stopping him with heavy strikes in the opening minute of their fight. At RFL-71, Graves stopped Shoju Bayushi with a big punch to become the top contender.

 

At RFLFN-22, Ernest Graves challenged two time RISE lightweight champion Nick Morris, who was attempting to complete his sixth consecutive title defense against Graves. Always happy to play the spoiler, Graves took Morris down midway into the opening frame and submitted the man with 33 seconds left in the round. Graves attempted to defend his title against Tud Stoddler at RFL-74 but was stopped by the man late in the opening round.

 

Ernest Graves has fought twice since then, suffering back-to-back TKO losses to Shoju Bayushi and Tud Stoddler. A big win here could put Ernest back on the track to reclaiming his title.

 

 

 

(Heavyweight Division) Tonkei Oloishona (6-1) versus Toturi Akodo (5-3)

Tonkei Oloishona is an unstoppable kickboxing prodigy born and raised in the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. This fearsome striker has never been stopped in any of his seven professional MMA bouts. Currently residing in London, England where he lives and trains, he has aligned himself with the elite training of Dr Hatsumi's Clinic, a private facility.

 

After deciding to pursue fighting as a full time career, Tonkei made his debut in the World Fighting Championship of Amsterdam. At WFC 14, he faced future RISE light-heavyweight champion Joosep Lohmus, suffering his lone career loss via unanimous decision.

 

Tonkei abruptly parted ways with his management after the Lohmus defeat. Under his new management he signed with Terra Australis FC where he went on an absolute tear through the heavyweight division. At TAFC: Murphy v Shorton he crushed Erik Friedrichsen, picking the man apart from the outside before stopping him three minutes in. After tearing through Itzhak Weinstein, Oloishona narrowly defeated More IsMore Ii via majority decision. At TAFC: Biffs & Brawls 15, Oloishona faced his biggest test to date when he fought former SyFi champion and Olympic wrestler Ross Barkley. In his final fight with Terra Australis, Oloishona defeated four time title challenger Bill Shorton via second roud TKO.

 

In his most recent bout, Tonkei Oloishona faced BJJ purple belt Inspektor Bee, badly hurting and then subsequently knocking him out in the second round.

 

Toturi Akodo is a true savant in boxing and an accomplished wrestler, which he uses strictly for defensive measures. Toturi has fought for four organizations, including: Sydney Fights, EMPIRE, and Terra Australis Fighting Championship. He represents the elite Rokugan camp in Tokyo, Japan.

 

Toturi Akodo started fighting under the Sydney Fights banner, taking on Bubba Brandon at WeIn Syd 36. Toturi made short work of Bubba, dropping him with a right hand and finishing him with followup ground and pound. Returning not long after, Tutori faced Machiavelli Vecellio at SyFi 137. While it was clear that Toturi was an adept striker, the great deal of scar tissue on his face busted up badly against Vecellio before he was caught with a big punch and defeated for the first time in his short career.

 

Toturi made a single appearance with EMPIRE, taking on fellow boxer Sanderlei Bitetti. Toturi would draw first blood agaist Sanderlei but ultimately lose the decision in a back-and-forth affair.

 

Having signed a long term contract with Terra Australis FC, Toturi faced power wrestler Torkel Bystrom in his promotional debut. After being taken down early in the opening round, Akodo came back strong midway through the opening frame, overwhelming Bystrom with strikes, prompting him to tap out to avoid further punishment. Next Akodo faced another strong wrestler in Mika Allu. An old weakness reared its ugly head as Allu began scoring ground and pound from the top position: Toturi Akodo began to bleed. As more strikes piled on, more cuts seemed to open like magic as the world turned red around them. Eventually the ringside doctor had seen enough, stopping the fight. Akodo finished out his TAFC contract with back-to-back victories over Lucifer Evo and Itzhak Weinstein before signing with RISE Fight League.

 

In his RISE FL debut, Toturi Akodo faced kickboxer Samson Fortier, knocking him out with a big punch midway through the opening round.

 

 

 

 20190124100352RISE%20belt.png(Bantamweight Division, Championship bout) Sergei Petrov© (13-2) versus Eta Knox (9-7)

Sergei Petrov© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Bantamweight Champion. Coming into this fight on an eleven fight winning streak, Sergei Petrov is the #8 ranked bantamweight fighter in the world and is the #1 ranked bantamweight in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sergei is capable of fighting on his feet or on the ground but prefers to stand and box with opponents. He has gone for takedowns in the past, but only from inside the clinch when he absolutely had to. Sergei Petrov has fought for New Jersey MMA, Sydney Fights, and most recently RISE Fight League.

 

Sergei Petrov's inauspicious debut came in the QFC arena where he faced Muay Thai stylist Erran Morad. Although Petrov tried to keep the fight in the clinch, he was overpowered by Morad and finished with strikes from the outside. A few weeks later, Sergei began fighting for New Jersey MMA where he knocked out Galli Dondon with a spinning backfist and submitted Marvin Deep with a triangle choke. Unfortunately he dropped a unanimous decision to Sanka Coffie in his fourth fight. He finished his NJMMA career with wins over Peter Kropotkin, Richard Weed, and Diego Carlitto.

 

Sergei competed twice for Sydney Fights after the Carlitto match. He defeated two former title challengers in Marcos Santana and Dieselnoi Por Pramuk.

 

Next Sergei Petrov began fighting for RISE Fight League. In his promotional debut he faced former NJMMA bantamweight champion Hiroki Tomori. The two warriors traded heavy strikes from the outside but Tomori made it clear immediately that he wanted to clinch badly. Petrov caught Tomori coming in looking to grapple, putting the former champion down and out with followup strikes. Next he faced Chosen One, who was on the heels of a four fight winning streak. After dominating his fellow striker in the opening round, Petrov stopped him with strikes in the second.

 

At RFL-71 Sergei faced lifelong RFL top contender Eta Knox, who had previously challenged Glass Joe for the title. Sergei put on a masterclass performance in the opening round, seemingly toying with the man before putting him away in the second round. This fight proved to the fans and promotion that Sergei Petrov was ready for his shot at bantamweight gold.

 

At RFL 73, Sergei Petrov challenged reigning bantamweight kingpin Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit for the undisputed title. Sitsongrit had just completed his second title defense and looked unstoppable. The two warriors tested each other's skill, with each round being closely contested on the scorecards. In the end the judges and the fans were torn down the middle on who the winner should be. Sergei Petrov narrowly ousted the wily champion, walking away with the split decision.

 

Sergei successfully defended his title against former NJMMA champion Preston Mason before he was tasked with rematching Sanka Coffie, whom he had been previously defeated by back in his second NJMMA fight. This time, Sergei dominated Sanka en route to stopping him in the third round.

 

Eta Knox is a Muay Thai stylist from James Bay, Canada, by way of New York, New York. Unlike most of the fighters that I will preview here today, Eta Knox is in the unique position of having only fought for RISE Fight League. At RFL-50, he challenged a previously unstoppable champion in Glass Joe for the bantamweight title. Eta Knox comes into this fight on a three fight winning streak.

 

Eta made his debut in the featherweight division against eventual title challenger Charles Kenway, but would fall victim to a submission in just eighteen seconds. Eta rebounded with a big win over Zardu Hasselfrau, stopping him with strikes in the second round. Next Knox faced future champion Andre 3000. Knox would get hurt badly from an overhand right early in the fight ad go down under a barrage of punches shortly after. After retiring two fight jobber Dick Hunter, he rematched Zardu Hasselfrau, stopping the man in even shorter time.

 

After moving down to bantamweight, Eta Knox tore through Richrd Weed to become the fresh faced challenger that the division sorely needed. At RFL-50, Knox challenged Glass Joe for the bantamweight championship. Knox would go down to strikes early in the second round.

 

Eta Knox rebounded with a big win over former CEC champion Robert Vanderwiel but lost his next three bouts. With his career seemingly knocking on death's door, Eta Knox shocked the world when he knocked out fast rising top contender Rodrigo Gracie in just two minutes flat.

 

At RFL-71 Eta Knox faced Sergei Petrov in a top contender eliminator match. If you've been reading my preview thus far you know how this one went: Petrov got the better of the exchanges, stopping Knox in the second round.

 

Eta Knox had a hard decision to make: he could accept his place as a second rate fighter that could just about become the top contender or he could pick up the pieces of shattered glory and carry them to the inevitable finish line. His head coach went on the record at the time saying that he didn't envy the next men to face Knox in the cage.

The revenge train made its first stop at RFL-76 where Knox faced John McCain. Eta Knox dominated every round of the fight, beating McCain so bad that he fought just once more before seemingly going into exile. Next he made Kisada Hida look like he was standing still, humiliating the man and besting him via lopsided unanimous decision. Next he faced very popular perennial contender Peter Kropotkin, dominating two out of three rounds to establish himself as the undeniable top contender.

Now Eta Knox has the chance to become a world champion and avenge a humiliating defeat at the same time.

 

[A closer look]

(Sergei Petrov)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 13-2

Knockouts: 8

Submissions: 1

RFL Record: 6-0

Total Opponent Record: 134-94-0

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 7

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Bantamweight Champion (Two Defenses), Eleven Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x5), KO of the Night (x2)

 

(Eta Knox)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 9-7

Knockouts: 6

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 9-7

Total Opponent Record: 117-84-0

Rank (Division): 4

Rank (Organization): 47

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Former Rise Fight League Bantamweight Title Challenger (x1), Three Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Nigh (x2), KO of the Night (x1)

 

 

 

(Featherweight Division) Great Tiger (13-7) versus Mickey Munday (10-5)

Great Tiger is the former RISE Fight League featherweight champion. This accomplished Muay Thai striker is currently a free agent, seemingly because his owner lost VIP status. Tiger is a veteran of CEC Challengers, Torcida MMA, Honolulu-Hilo MMA, and Sydney Fights before he became a fan favorite in the RISE Fight League promotion.

 

At RFLFN-15, Tiger faced Henrique Gusmao for the featherweight championship but was caught with a big punch and knocked out cold. After submitting Christian Cyborg, Tiger got his rematch with Gusmao- this time submitting him with a third round armbar.

 

Great Tiger defended his featherweight crown against Frank Rizzo at RFL-71, besting him via unanimous decision. Unfortunately he lost the title at RFL 73 when Naoyuki Nakano defeated him via unanimous decision.

 

After losing to Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit, Tiger most recently submitted Mono Loco at RFLFN-29.

 

Mickey Munday is the former Torcida MMA featherweight champion and Sydney Fights featherweight title challenger. Munday is a world class wrestler with a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In addition to being an accomplished mixed martial artist, Mickey Munnday participated in the TWGC 20 middleweight tournament, losing in the first round of the finals.

 

Mickey began his career in the TWGC 20 grappling tournament. Despite weighing only 155 lbs, Mickey competed as a middleweight during the tournament. After losing in the tournament finals, Mickey made the transition to mixed martial arts.

 

He made his MMA debut at Torcida 13, taking on Sergio Belkacem, submitting him in the opening round. Next he faced fellow BJJ brown belt Tyrian Lanaster, stopping him with punches on the feet in the opening round.

At Torcida 28, Munday faced fresh fetherweight title holder Antonio Zetsika, submitting him in just thirty-one seconds to claim the title from him. Unfortunately Munday would go on to lose the title to purple belt Furious Munchkin during his first attempted title defense. In his final fight with Torcida MMA, Munday defeated Rodrigo Gracie via second round TKO.

 

Mickey Munday took time away from active competition to train. Some time later, his team announced that he had signed with Sydney Fights. He went on a tear through the Sydney Fights featherweight division, defeating John Mills, as well as former IXF lightweight champions Ruben Nevez and Chief Cheyenne. Munday challenged Petdee Sitsongrit for the Sydney Fights featherweight champion but failed to capture gory this time around.

 

After a lackluster three fight skid in EMPIRE, Mickey signed with RISE Fight League. Although he was defeated in his promotional debut against Kron Diego, he has since defeated Mono Loco as well as winning a rematch against Antonio Zetsika.

 

 

Main Card Coming Soon


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#802 joseppe

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Posted 07 July 2019 - 12:53 AM

Has this shit show turned into an open org yet or are we staying as a 325k org? we need to know this kinda shit.


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Posted 07 July 2019 - 08:04 PM

Has this shit show turned into an open org yet or are we staying as a 325k org? we need to know this kinda shit.

 

So the peacemaker comes stumbling in at last. 


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#804 TheHoarseWhisperer

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Posted 07 July 2019 - 11:07 PM

Will have the main card posted this evening.


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Posted 08 July 2019 - 08:51 PM

[Main Card]

 

(Welterweight Division) Mosi Kondo (13-4) versus Narek Sirakanian (10-2)

Mosi Kondo is a former two-time RISE Fight League welterweight title challenger having made unsuccessful bids to capture gold against Valerio Bartoli twice. He is a former top contender in the Sydney Fights promotion. This Muay Thai stylist has never been knocked out in seventeen professional bouts.

 

He made his MMA debut in the QFC arena, stopping Lee Hyoja in the second round of their fight. Mosi Kondo was immediately signed by Sydney Fights where he quickly made a name for himself as a finisher. Luis Luis, Benjamin Mostert, Chris Snoky, and Damian Anderson all fell in rapid succession. Mosi got his first taste of defeat when he faced fellow high level striker Thor Odinson, dropping a majority decision to the man. Mosi finished out his Sydney Fights career with four consecutive victories, including a big win over former Steve Butabi unbeaten Beach Fights welterweight champion Steve Butabi.

 

Next Mosi signed with RISE Fight League, making his promotional debut at RFLFN-10 against former RFL welterweight champion Meatball Destroyer. The former champion couldn't make it even halfway through the second round before being felled by the power of Mosi Kondo. Mosi faced another career setback when he was submitted by BJJ brown belt Jhin Markell. Mosi rebounded with a big win over BJJ black belt Ariel At Night, knocking him out cold early in the second round.

 

At RFLFN-20, Mosi Kondo challenged reigning welterweight champion Valerio Bartoli for the crown. The fight took place entirely on the feet with both men lading ample strikes. It would be Bartoli that walked away with a judge's decision to retail his title.

 

Kondo rebounded by snapping the eight fight winning streak of streaking contender Lee Sin, and then made his claim as the top contender for the title by ending the four fight winning streak of Akeen Coker. Unable to be denied any further, Mosi challeged Valerio Bartoli to a rematch at RFL-79. This time around, Kondo had some success in the clinch and managed to steal a round according to one judge, but Bartoli once again walked out with the belt.

 

Narek Sirakanian is a Muay Thai stylist and longtime veteran of the Terra Australis Fighting Championship promotion. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.

 

Narek started his career in the Sydney Fights promotion, beginning his career on a three fight winning streak that ended in a submission loss to Luiz Santos at SyFy 133.

 

Following the loss, Narek signed with Terra Australis FC where he tore through Brent Wyatt, Baby Etchecopar, and future welterweight champion Alvaro Fernandez De Calderon. Sirakanian suffered the second of his two career defeats at the hands of powerful wrestler and BJJ black belt Billy Jack. Since then, Narek has been on an absolute tear with three consecutive victories inside the TAFC cage. His list of victims include former three-time title challenger Ricardinho Vieira, veteran fighter Ronnie White, Kamikiri Yoritomo, and most recently Yokiuni Togashi.

 

 

 

(Super-Heavyweight Division) Super SuperHeavyWeight (21-5) versus Massive Overflow (19-5)

Super SuperHeavyWeight is the former Rise Fight League Super-Heavyweight Champion. Super is a Greco Roman wrestler and as such does his best work when he has guys pressed up against the cage. Super is a former contestant of The Island where he challenged two times for a divisional title.

 

Super SuperHeavyWeight started out during season 8 of The Island. His first fight was against Johny Steel in the QFC arena there. Having found success in his quick fight, Super made two showings in the Havoc Fighting League, knocking out Johnny Kiksyorass and Hovon Shovon.

 

Super next signed with Island Xtreme Fighting or IXF. In his promotional debut he stopped Raphael The Ninja Turtle, earning himself the chance to challenge for the super-heavyweight championship. At IFX 23 he faced power wrestler Mark Lesnar for the throne. Unfortunately the fight would be stopped due to cuts received during the brutal elbowing of his face on the ground. Super rebounded with wins over Mortimer Bob Holley, Rene Duchene, and Thumongous Heritageaka before losing to Mark Lesnar in the exact same fashion. Super fought once more for IFX, stopping Giant Giant in a rematch, before competing in the season 8 final tournament.

 

Super SuperHeavyWeight ran through his branch of the finale Super-Heavyweight Tournament, stopping Bona Dundun, Blue Crocodile, Mortimer Bob Holley, and Thumongous Heritageaka to become the tournament champion.

 

Back in the real world, Super fought twice for NJMMA, knocking out Bill Watson and Gandolf Schmidt in back-to-back first round showings. Following those performances, Super SuperHeavyWeight signed with RISE Fight League. His first three bouts under the RISE banners saw him making a run at heavyweight, where he made his fighting debut. He topped Frank Kodjia and Jason Imbert before suffering this first non-title defeat to Fedor Emelianegro. Oh, god that name. I realized it as I wrote it. This would be his final fight at heavyweight.

 

Back at Super-Heavyweight, Super stopped top contender Mo' Money to earn a shot at the RFL championship. At RFL-62, Super challenged Jimmy Tenno Hantei for the inaugural super-heavyweight championship, stopping him late in the second round to become the champion. Super attempted to defend his new title against Fu Leng but was knocked out cold in the opening round.

 

Super came back with big wins over Caleb Miller and Paul Greenland before challenging the new champion, Hiro Manowaru. Super was promptly stopped once again.

 

In his most recent appearance, Super SuperHeavyWeight defeated Randy Savage at RFLFN-28.

 

Massive Overflower is the former Skrap House MMA Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Super-Heavyweight Champion. He defended both titles successfully once before losing them. Massive is an accomplished wrestler that mostly uses it for defense, opting instead to fight with his hands. Of his nineteen victories, all nineteen have been via stoppage due to strikes.

 

Massive started out his career undefeated in the QFC arena across five showings. Following his fifth QFC match, Massive signed with Skrap House MMA. In his promotional debut he challenged Thiago Araujo for the heavyweight title. Midway through the opening round, Massive caught Thiago with a big punch, knocking him out cold to capture the championship. He successfully defended his new title against Lucifer Evo at CCF FN 13. Unfortunately he dropped the title in a rematch with Thiago Araujo at CCF FN 17. Massive dropped a unanimous decision to Ben The Hound in his very next fight, which would be his last with Skrap House MMA.

 

Massive Overflower signed with Torcida MMA 1950, competing three times with the new promotion, scoring stoppages over Shazaam McDaniels, Markus Hambucher, and Mike Holmes Jr before moving on.

 

Massive was signed by Sydney Fights, stopping Ole Anderson at SyFi 100. Next he challenged long time super-heavyweight champion Arn Anderson, knocking him out in the second round. Massive defeated Vick Venom to defend his crown before losing the title to Jim Bob McDonald at SyFi 131. Massive would fight two more times with Sydney Fights, scoring wins over Kimi Loiri and Wladimir Yaroslev.

 

Next he signed with Terra Australis Fighting Championship. He would score big wins over Samson Fortier, Rosario Fusco, and former Sydney Fights heavyweight champion Ross Barkley.

 

In his most recent bout, Massive was defeated by Jimmu Tenno Hantei at RFL-79.

 

 

 

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Lightweight Division, Championship bout) DeMario Valdez© (12-4-1) versus Scott Smith (17-9)

DeMario Valdez© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion with one confirmed title defense under his belt. This boxer is a veteran of both Sydney Fight and RISE FL.

 

He began his career under different management and fighting for Sydney Fights. While he would score big wins over fighters such as Aaron Dale and Armel Vidal, he would drop key fights against men like Darren Tellkins and Kento Gbus. After changing management teams, he fought out his contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out Gary Dema before moving to RISE Fight League.

With his new promotion he immediately began winning the big fights: Min Halloway, Ernest Graves, and a rematch with Darren Tellkins who had previously defeated him. At RFLFN-18, Valdez challenged Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but lost the fight via unanimous decision.

While Valdez was defeating top Shoju Bayushi, the belt changed waists to Tud Stoddler. Valdez challenged Stoddler for the title at RFL-76, stopping the fresh faced champion with powerful strikes early in the opening round. Valdez successfully defended his title from Steph Curry at RFLFN-31, stopping the challenger with power punches from the outside.

 

Scott Smith is a former two-time world title challenger and former participant from season 8 of The Island. He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner with a brown belt in the art and an accomplished wrestler.

 

Scott started fighting in the QFC arena with five straight submission victories. In his pro debut he submitted future RISE contender Ernest Graves with an armbar in the opening round. Following his fifth QFC bout, he signed with Island Xtreme Fighting. Unfortunately he would be a .500 fighter with IFX, but he would challenge Chief Cheyenne for the lightweight crown during that time.

 

In the final tournament, Scott defeated Ruben Nevez in the opening round but lost a decision to prior victim Ryo Tanaka.

 

Fresh from The Island, Scott Smith signed with RISE Fight League. In his promotional debut he submitted Wale Ammond but found himself tapping out against fellow BJJ wizard Shannon White. After defeating Darren Tellkins, Smith and White rematched at RFLFN-11 and this time Smith found a submission victory, beginning a brief rivalry with White.

 

At RFL-64, Scott Smith faced Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but was caught with a big shot and put away in the second round. After dropping a rematch against Ernest Graves, Smith defeated Darren Tellkins in yet another rematch.

 

At RFL-74, Smith and White completed their trilogy in a grudge match for the ages. Just like in their second meeting it was Smith that walked away with the victory.

 

Most recently, Smith has been on a tear through the lightweight division with victories over Joshua Brown, Dallas Winston, and Riley Escobar following the match with Shannon White.

 

[A closer look]

(DeMario Valdez)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 12-4-1

Knockouts: 12

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 6-1-1

Total Opponent Record: 130-85-3

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 6

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion (One Defense), Three Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x3), KO of the Night (x1)

 

(Scott Smith)

Age: 30

Started Fighting At: 25

Record: 17-9

Knockouts: 0

Submissions: 17

RFL Record: 8-4

Total Opponent Record: 244-153-0

Rank (Division): 3

Rank (Organization): 48

Style: Wrestling, BJJ (Brown Belt)

Accolades or Accomplishments: Former RISE Fight League Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Former Island Xtreme Fighting Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Four Fight Winning Streak, SUB of the Night (x6)

 

 

[Co-Main Event]

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Featherweight Division, Championship bout) Henrique Gusmao© (15-2) versus Kron Diego (8-1-1)

Henrique Gusmao© is the two time RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion with a combined four title defenses to his credit. Additionally he is the NJMMA Featherweight Champion having never lost his title there before moving on. This world class pugilist come into this fight on a three fight winning streak.

 

Henrique Gusmao started his MMA journey with two appearances in the QFC arena, stopping Sydney Vang and Wiley Snyder. After stopping Anthony Brooks at EFA 4, Henrique changed management teams- and weightclasses. He moved down from lightweight to featherweight and promptly lost a match against Mac Ancheese in the QFC arena. Henrique defeated Zardu Hasselfrau at RISE 29 before taking a two fight deal with NJMMA. After stopping Tooth Kwoma, Gusmao stopped Snake Duanesboy in the second round to claim the championship there. After stopping Benito Massi in the Honolulu-Hilo MMA promotion, Henrique signed with RISE Fight League.

 

In his promotional debut, Henrique Gusmao defeated Jedidiah Young. Next he faced reigning featherweight champion Andre 3000, stopping him in the third round to become the undisputed featherweight champion. Henrique's first RISE title reign was a brutal one, knocking out Ronald Mateo Suarez and Andre 3000 in a rematch with the former champion. Unfortunately Henrique would be defeated by Great Tiger via third round submission.

 

Henrique defeated Chief Cheyenne to get back to the top of the pile and stopped Naoyuki Nakano to reclaim his championship title.

 

Most recently, Henrique Gusmao defeated Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit via third round TKO to defend the title.

 

Kron Diego is a seven fight veteran of RISE Fight League that has also competed for CEC Challengers. This boxing stylist is known for having only gone the distance once; if he wins, it's by quick knockout.

 

Kron began his MMA career under the CEC Challengers banner where he fought to a draw against Jerry Tophat, defeating him in a rematch. After that he knocked out Gato Wali to complete his CEC contract.

 

After that he signed with RISE Fight League, stopping Canniel Dormier and Antonio Zetsika before suffering hi lone career loss at the hands of Killian Armstrong. Since then he has been undefeated with victories over Antonio Zetsika in a rematch, Mickey Munday, Altasarnai Shinjo, and Nindu Kakka.

 

[A closer look]

(Henrique Gusmao)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 15-2

Knockouts: 15

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 9-1

Total Opponent Record: 125-79-0

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 3

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion (x2, Four Defenses), Former New Jersey MMA Featherweight Champion (No Defenses), KO of the Night (x2), Fight of the Night (x1), Three Fight Winning Streak

 

(Kron Diego)

Age: 22

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 8-1-1

Knockouts: 8

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 6-1

Total Opponent Record: 65-63-3

Rank (Division): 5

Rank (Organization): 26

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Four Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x2), KO of the Night (x2)

 

 

 

[Main Event]

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Light-Heavyweight Division, Championship bout) Ibrahim Camara (19-9) versus Joosep Lõhmus© (10-1)

Ibrahim Camara is the former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion. He successfully defended both titles one time. This boxer is a veteran of NY Fight Nights, Major League Combat, Sydney Fights, and Terra Australis Fighting Championship before joining RISE Fight League. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.

Ibrahim started his career with a single appearance in the QFC, in which he was promptly defeated by Nouredine Youssef. After his professional debut, Ibrahim entered into the NYFN Legends Tournament, where he accrued a record of 4-5 with wins over Soyster Nine, Alika Webb, Captain Spaulding, and Mr Skull. At the closure of the tournament, Ibrahim signed a three fight deal with Major League Combat. After defeating Herbaciarzs Kwalinokazichowak, he knocked out Blaze Max to win the super-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended his title against Zeta Knox.

 

With a successful title defense under his belt, Camara signed with Sydney Fights, dropping back dow to light-heavyweight, his weight from the NYFN days. In his Sydney Fights debut, Camara was submitted by Jamison Cassidy in the opening round. Ibrahim Camara rebounded with three big wins over Steve Roach, Hektor Hagoma, and Ben Harrow before dropping a fight against Bryan Schaub. Victories over Corey Smith Jr and Stephen Letter made him eligible for a shot at the light-heavyweight title.

At SyFi 135, Ibrahim Camara challenged Blake Phoenix for the light-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended the title against Just Whymer before moving to Terra Australis Fighting Championship.

 

Ibrahim Camara made his TAFC debut at TAFC: Murphy v Shorton, stopping Krit Leekpai in the second round. In his very next bout, Camara challenged Marky Mark for the TAFC light-heavyweight title, but lost the bout via unanimous decision. Ibrahim Camara fought three more times for the TAFC promotion, besting Blake Phoenix in a rematch, Rohith Sharma, and Song Turillo.

 

In his most recent bout, Ibrahim Camara defeated Blake Phoenix for the third time.

 

Joosep Lõhmus© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Championship making his second attempt at defending the throne. Jooseph is a veteran of World Fighting Championship, Torcida MMA 1950, Sydney Fights, and RISE Fight League. This world class Muay Thai stylist is coming into this championship bout on the heels of a seven fight winning streak.

 

Joosep made his MMA debut in the World Fighting Championship promotion, taking on present day heavyweight contender Tonkei Oloishona. Lõhmus dominated Oloishona with wrestling ad ground and pound en route to a lopsided unanimous decision victory. Next he signed with Torcida MMA 1950, taking on Jeremiah Doucet at Torcida 43. Lõhmus made short work of Doucet, battering him with strikes en route to an early stoppage.

 

Next Joosep Lõhmus signed a three fight contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out BJJ brown belt Clay Fazier in just thirty-one seconds. After dropping a unanimous decision to Spencer Rubenstein, Lõhmus knocked out 3-1 brawler Dmitry Ovchinnikov.

 

Following the Ovchinnikov bout, Lõhmus signed with RISE Fight League where he has gone undefeated across five fights. Following back-to-back victories over DeMar DeRozan and Chief Wolf, Lõhmus stopped Daniel Orndorf in just fifty seconds to steal the light-heavyweight championship title. Joosep Lõhmus faced Lighty LightHeavyweight in a non-title match at RFL-70, defeating him via submission due to strikes. Next Lõhmus faced Tank Ispa at TAFC: Fujimoto v Van Rooy before returning to defend his title at RFLFN-30. There he bested Jeremy Jones via unanimous decision.

 

[A closer look]

(Ibrahim Camara)

Age: 25

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 19-9

Knockouts: 13

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 1-0

Total Opponent Record: 273-172-3

Rank (Division): 1

Rank (Organization): 2

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Terra Australis FC Title Challenger, Fight of the Night (x7), KO of the Night (x2), Four Fight Winning Streak

 

(Joosep Lõhmus)

Age: 25

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 10-1

Knockouts: 7

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 5-0

Total Opponent Record: 103-59-2

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 4

Style: Kickboxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), SUB of the Night (x3), Fight of the Night (x2), Seven Fight Winning Streak

 

 

 

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#806 EliteM

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Posted 08 July 2019 - 09:25 PM

About time.


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Posted 09 July 2019 - 12:16 AM

Welcome to winning w/ an assist from MMAT engine.  Outstruck by 20%, stopped this garbage clinch spammer 37 times, and lost on the scorecards  :yeahright:


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Posted 09 July 2019 - 12:44 AM

Welcome to winning w/ an assist from MMAT engine.  Outstruck by 20%, stopped this garbage clinch spammer 37 times, and lost on the scorecards  :yeahright:

 

You should have used: PREDICTIONS

 

Seriously though, you got outslidered.  I did my homework, got advise from The Master, a few other scholars and true students of the game (one even in your freaking alliance lol, you guys are very talkative) and used the chat engine, it`s all there.

 

The hardest part of preparing for your fighter was honestly to find scenarios where he fought proper competition, I mean, dude you don`t book yourself very hard fights, like EVER lolol.  And Ispa`s fighter (ok credit where it`s due that is a beast you beat) is nothing like The Marauder. 

 

Anyways, next I`m gonna beat the living shit of Folioli`S FIGHTER with Lionheart NEXT ! 

 

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ROAR BITCHES !  mANAGER OF THE yEAR 2019 BABEEEEEEEE


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Posted 09 July 2019 - 07:09 AM

[Main Card]

 
(Welterweight Division) Mosi Kondo (13-4) versus Narek Sirakanian (10-2)
Mosi Kondo is a former two-time RISE Fight League welterweight title challenger having made unsuccessful bids to capture gold against Valerio Bartoli twice. He is a former top contender in the Sydney Fights promotion. This Muay Thai stylist has never been knocked out in seventeen professional bouts.
 
He made his MMA debut in the QFC arena, stopping Lee Hyoja in the second round of their fight. Mosi Kondo was immediately signed by Sydney Fights where he quickly made a name for himself as a finisher. Luis Luis, Benjamin Mostert, Chris Snoky, and Damian Anderson all fell in rapid succession. Mosi got his first taste of defeat when he faced fellow high level striker Thor Odinson, dropping a majority decision to the man. Mosi finished out his Sydney Fights career with four consecutive victories, including a big win over former Steve Butabi unbeaten Beach Fights welterweight champion Steve Butabi.
 
Next Mosi signed with RISE Fight League, making his promotional debut at RFLFN-10 against former RFL welterweight champion Meatball Destroyer. The former champion couldn't make it even halfway through the second round before being felled by the power of Mosi Kondo. Mosi faced another career setback when he was submitted by BJJ brown belt Jhin Markell. Mosi rebounded with a big win over BJJ black belt Ariel At Night, knocking him out cold early in the second round.
 
At RFLFN-20, Mosi Kondo challenged reigning welterweight champion Valerio Bartoli for the crown. The fight took place entirely on the feet with both men lading ample strikes. It would be Bartoli that walked away with a judge's decision to retail his title.
 
Kondo rebounded by snapping the eight fight winning streak of streaking contender Lee Sin, and then made his claim as the top contender for the title by ending the four fight winning streak of Akeen Coker. Unable to be denied any further, Mosi challeged Valerio Bartoli to a rematch at RFL-79. This time around, Kondo had some success in the clinch and managed to steal a round according to one judge, but Bartoli once again walked out with the belt.
 
Narek Sirakanian is a Muay Thai stylist and longtime veteran of the Terra Australis Fighting Championship promotion. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.
 
Narek started his career in the Sydney Fights promotion, beginning his career on a three fight winning streak that ended in a submission loss to Luiz Santos at SyFy 133.
 
Following the loss, Narek signed with Terra Australis FC where he tore through Brent Wyatt, Baby Etchecopar, and future welterweight champion Alvaro Fernandez De Calderon. Sirakanian suffered the second of his two career defeats at the hands of powerful wrestler and BJJ black belt Billy Jack. Since then, Narek has been on an absolute tear with three consecutive victories inside the TAFC cage. His list of victims include former three-time title challenger Ricardinho Vieira, veteran fighter Ronnie White, Kamikiri Yoritomo, and most recently Yokiuni Togashi.
 
 
 
(Super-Heavyweight Division) Super SuperHeavyWeight (21-5) versus Massive Overflow (19-5)
Super SuperHeavyWeight is the former Rise Fight League Super-Heavyweight Champion. Super is a Greco Roman wrestler and as such does his best work when he has guys pressed up against the cage. Super is a former contestant of The Island where he challenged two times for a divisional title.
 
Super SuperHeavyWeight started out during season 8 of The Island. His first fight was against Johny Steel in the QFC arena there. Having found success in his quick fight, Super made two showings in the Havoc Fighting League, knocking out Johnny Kiksyorass and Hovon Shovon.
 
Super next signed with Island Xtreme Fighting or IXF. In his promotional debut he stopped Raphael The Ninja Turtle, earning himself the chance to challenge for the super-heavyweight championship. At IFX 23 he faced power wrestler Mark Lesnar for the throne. Unfortunately the fight would be stopped due to cuts received during the brutal elbowing of his face on the ground. Super rebounded with wins over Mortimer Bob Holley, Rene Duchene, and Thumongous Heritageaka before losing to Mark Lesnar in the exact same fashion. Super fought once more for IFX, stopping Giant Giant in a rematch, before competing in the season 8 final tournament.
 
Super SuperHeavyWeight ran through his branch of the finale Super-Heavyweight Tournament, stopping Bona Dundun, Blue Crocodile, Mortimer Bob Holley, and Thumongous Heritageaka to become the tournament champion.
 
Back in the real world, Super fought twice for NJMMA, knocking out Bill Watson and Gandolf Schmidt in back-to-back first round showings. Following those performances, Super SuperHeavyWeight signed with RISE Fight League. His first three bouts under the RISE banners saw him making a run at heavyweight, where he made his fighting debut. He topped Frank Kodjia and Jason Imbert before suffering this first non-title defeat to Fedor Emelianegro. Oh, god that name. I realized it as I wrote it. This would be his final fight at heavyweight.
 
Back at Super-Heavyweight, Super stopped top contender Mo' Money to earn a shot at the RFL championship. At RFL-62, Super challenged Jimmy Tenno Hantei for the inaugural super-heavyweight championship, stopping him late in the second round to become the champion. Super attempted to defend his new title against Fu Leng but was knocked out cold in the opening round.
 
Super came back with big wins over Caleb Miller and Paul Greenland before challenging the new champion, Hiro Manowaru. Super was promptly stopped once again.
 
In his most recent appearance, Super SuperHeavyWeight defeated Randy Savage at RFLFN-28.
 
Massive Overflower is the former Skrap House MMA Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Super-Heavyweight Champion. He defended both titles successfully once before losing them. Massive is an accomplished wrestler that mostly uses it for defense, opting instead to fight with his hands. Of his nineteen victories, all nineteen have been via stoppage due to strikes.
 
Massive started out his career undefeated in the QFC arena across five showings. Following his fifth QFC match, Massive signed with Skrap House MMA. In his promotional debut he challenged Thiago Araujo for the heavyweight title. Midway through the opening round, Massive caught Thiago with a big punch, knocking him out cold to capture the championship. He successfully defended his new title against Lucifer Evo at CCF FN 13. Unfortunately he dropped the title in a rematch with Thiago Araujo at CCF FN 17. Massive dropped a unanimous decision to Ben The Hound in his very next fight, which would be his last with Skrap House MMA.
 
Massive Overflower signed with Torcida MMA 1950, competing three times with the new promotion, scoring stoppages over Shazaam McDaniels, Markus Hambucher, and Mike Holmes Jr before moving on.
 
Massive was signed by Sydney Fights, stopping Ole Anderson at SyFi 100. Next he challenged long time super-heavyweight champion Arn Anderson, knocking him out in the second round. Massive defeated Vick Venom to defend his crown before losing the title to Jim Bob McDonald at SyFi 131. Massive would fight two more times with Sydney Fights, scoring wins over Kimi Loiri and Wladimir Yaroslev.
 
Next he signed with Terra Australis Fighting Championship. He would score big wins over Samson Fortier, Rosario Fusco, and former Sydney Fights heavyweight champion Ross Barkley.
 
In his most recent bout, Massive was defeated by Jimmu Tenno Hantei at RFL-79.
 
 
 
 
20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Lightweight Division, Championship bout) DeMario Valdez© (12-4-1) versus Scott Smith (17-9)
DeMario Valdez© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion with one confirmed title defense under his belt. This boxer is a veteran of both Sydney Fight and RISE FL.
 
He began his career under different management and fighting for Sydney Fights. While he would score big wins over fighters such as Aaron Dale and Armel Vidal, he would drop key fights against men like Darren Tellkins and Kento Gbus. After changing management teams, he fought out his contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out Gary Dema before moving to RISE Fight League.

With his new promotion he immediately began winning the big fights: Min Halloway, Ernest Graves, and a rematch with Darren Tellkins who had previously defeated him. At RFLFN-18, Valdez challenged Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but lost the fight via unanimous decision.

While Valdez was defeating top Shoju Bayushi, the belt changed waists to Tud Stoddler. Valdez challenged Stoddler for the title at RFL-76, stopping the fresh faced champion with powerful strikes early in the opening round. Valdez successfully defended his title from Steph Curry at RFLFN-31, stopping the challenger with power punches from the outside.
 
Scott Smith is a former two-time world title challenger and former participant from season 8 of The Island. He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner with a brown belt in the art and an accomplished wrestler.
 
Scott started fighting in the QFC arena with five straight submission victories. In his pro debut he submitted future RISE contender Ernest Graves with an armbar in the opening round. Following his fifth QFC bout, he signed with Island Xtreme Fighting. Unfortunately he would be a .500 fighter with IFX, but he would challenge Chief Cheyenne for the lightweight crown during that time.
 
In the final tournament, Scott defeated Ruben Nevez in the opening round but lost a decision to prior victim Ryo Tanaka.
 
Fresh from The Island, Scott Smith signed with RISE Fight League. In his promotional debut he submitted Wale Ammond but found himself tapping out against fellow BJJ wizard Shannon White. After defeating Darren Tellkins, Smith and White rematched at RFLFN-11 and this time Smith found a submission victory, beginning a brief rivalry with White.
 
At RFL-64, Scott Smith faced Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but was caught with a big shot and put away in the second round. After dropping a rematch against Ernest Graves, Smith defeated Darren Tellkins in yet another rematch.
 
At RFL-74, Smith and White completed their trilogy in a grudge match for the ages. Just like in their second meeting it was Smith that walked away with the victory.
 
Most recently, Smith has been on a tear through the lightweight division with victories over Joshua Brown, Dallas Winston, and Riley Escobar following the match with Shannon White.
 
[A closer look]
(DeMario Valdez)
Age: 24
Started Fighting At: 18
Record: 12-4-1
Knockouts: 12
Submissions: 0
RFL Record: 6-1-1
Total Opponent Record: 130-85-3
Rank (Division): Champion
Rank (Organization): 6
Style: Boxing
Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion (One Defense), Three Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x3), KO of the Night (x1)
 
(Scott Smith)
Age: 30
Started Fighting At: 25
Record: 17-9
Knockouts: 0
Submissions: 17
RFL Record: 8-4
Total Opponent Record: 244-153-0
Rank (Division): 3
Rank (Organization): 48
Style: Wrestling, BJJ (Brown Belt)
Accolades or Accomplishments: Former RISE Fight League Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Former Island Xtreme Fighting Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Four Fight Winning Streak, SUB of the Night (x6)
 
 

[Co-Main Event]

 
20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Featherweight Division, Championship bout) Henrique Gusmao© (15-2) versus Kron Diego (8-1-1)
Henrique Gusmao© is the two time RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion with a combined four title defenses to his credit. Additionally he is the NJMMA Featherweight Champion having never lost his title there before moving on. This world class pugilist come into this fight on a three fight winning streak.
 
Henrique Gusmao started his MMA journey with two appearances in the QFC arena, stopping Sydney Vang and Wiley Snyder. After stopping Anthony Brooks at EFA 4, Henrique changed management teams- and weightclasses. He moved down from lightweight to featherweight and promptly lost a match against Mac Ancheese in the QFC arena. Henrique defeated Zardu Hasselfrau at RISE 29 before taking a two fight deal with NJMMA. After stopping Tooth Kwoma, Gusmao stopped Snake Duanesboy in the second round to claim the championship there. After stopping Benito Massi in the Honolulu-Hilo MMA promotion, Henrique signed with RISE Fight League.
 
In his promotional debut, Henrique Gusmao defeated Jedidiah Young. Next he faced reigning featherweight champion Andre 3000, stopping him in the third round to become the undisputed featherweight champion. Henrique's first RISE title reign was a brutal one, knocking out Ronald Mateo Suarez and Andre 3000 in a rematch with the former champion. Unfortunately Henrique would be defeated by Great Tiger via third round submission.
 
Henrique defeated Chief Cheyenne to get back to the top of the pile and stopped Naoyuki Nakano to reclaim his championship title.
 
Most recently, Henrique Gusmao defeated Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit via third round TKO to defend the title.
 
Kron Diego is a seven fight veteran of RISE Fight League that has also competed for CEC Challengers. This boxing stylist is known for having only gone the distance once; if he wins, it's by quick knockout.
 
Kron began his MMA career under the CEC Challengers banner where he fought to a draw against Jerry Tophat, defeating him in a rematch. After that he knocked out Gato Wali to complete his CEC contract.
 
After that he signed with RISE Fight League, stopping Canniel Dormier and Antonio Zetsika before suffering hi lone career loss at the hands of Killian Armstrong. Since then he has been undefeated with victories over Antonio Zetsika in a rematch, Mickey Munday, Altasarnai Shinjo, and Nindu Kakka.
 
[A closer look]
(Henrique Gusmao)
Age: 24
Started Fighting At: 18
Record: 15-2
Knockouts: 15
Submissions: 0
RFL Record: 9-1
Total Opponent Record: 125-79-0
Rank (Division): Champion
Rank (Organization): 3
Style: Boxing
Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion (x2, Four Defenses), Former New Jersey MMA Featherweight Champion (No Defenses), KO of the Night (x2), Fight of the Night (x1), Three Fight Winning Streak
 
(Kron Diego)
Age: 22
Started Fighting At: 18
Record: 8-1-1
Knockouts: 8
Submissions: 0
RFL Record: 6-1
Total Opponent Record: 65-63-3
Rank (Division): 5
Rank (Organization): 26
Style: Boxing
Accolades or Accomplishments: Four Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x2), KO of the Night (x2)
 
 
 

[Main Event]

 
20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Light-Heavyweight Division, Championship bout) Ibrahim Camara (19-9) versus Joosep Lõhmus© (10-1)
Ibrahim Camara is the former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion. He successfully defended both titles one time. This boxer is a veteran of NY Fight Nights, Major League Combat, Sydney Fights, and Terra Australis Fighting Championship before joining RISE Fight League. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.

Ibrahim started his career with a single appearance in the QFC, in which he was promptly defeated by Nouredine Youssef. After his professional debut, Ibrahim entered into the NYFN Legends Tournament, where he accrued a record of 4-5 with wins over Soyster Nine, Alika Webb, Captain Spaulding, and Mr Skull. At the closure of the tournament, Ibrahim signed a three fight deal with Major League Combat. After defeating Herbaciarzs Kwalinokazichowak, he knocked out Blaze Max to win the super-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended his title against Zeta Knox.
 
With a successful title defense under his belt, Camara signed with Sydney Fights, dropping back dow to light-heavyweight, his weight from the NYFN days. In his Sydney Fights debut, Camara was submitted by Jamison Cassidy in the opening round. Ibrahim Camara rebounded with three big wins over Steve Roach, Hektor Hagoma, and Ben Harrow before dropping a fight against Bryan Schaub. Victories over Corey Smith Jr and Stephen Letter made him eligible for a shot at the light-heavyweight title.

At SyFi 135, Ibrahim Camara challenged Blake Phoenix for the light-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended the title against Just Whymer before moving to Terra Australis Fighting Championship.
 
Ibrahim Camara made his TAFC debut at TAFC: Murphy v Shorton, stopping Krit Leekpai in the second round. In his very next bout, Camara challenged Marky Mark for the TAFC light-heavyweight title, but lost the bout via unanimous decision. Ibrahim Camara fought three more times for the TAFC promotion, besting Blake Phoenix in a rematch, Rohith Sharma, and Song Turillo.
 
In his most recent bout, Ibrahim Camara defeated Blake Phoenix for the third time.
 
Joosep Lõhmus© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Championship making his second attempt at defending the throne. Jooseph is a veteran of World Fighting Championship, Torcida MMA 1950, Sydney Fights, and RISE Fight League. This world class Muay Thai stylist is coming into this championship bout on the heels of a seven fight winning streak.
 
Joosep made his MMA debut in the World Fighting Championship promotion, taking on present day heavyweight contender Tonkei Oloishona. Lõhmus dominated Oloishona with wrestling ad ground and pound en route to a lopsided unanimous decision victory. Next he signed with Torcida MMA 1950, taking on Jeremiah Doucet at Torcida 43. Lõhmus made short work of Doucet, battering him with strikes en route to an early stoppage.
 
Next Joosep Lõhmus signed a three fight contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out BJJ brown belt Clay Fazier in just thirty-one seconds. After dropping a unanimous decision to Spencer Rubenstein, Lõhmus knocked out 3-1 brawler Dmitry Ovchinnikov.
 
Following the Ovchinnikov bout, Lõhmus signed with RISE Fight League where he has gone undefeated across five fights. Following back-to-back victories over DeMar DeRozan and Chief Wolf, Lõhmus stopped Daniel Orndorf in just fifty seconds to steal the light-heavyweight championship title. Joosep Lõhmus faced Lighty LightHeavyweight in a non-title match at RFL-70, defeating him via submission due to strikes. Next Lõhmus faced Tank Ispa at TAFC: Fujimoto v Van Rooy before returning to defend his title at RFLFN-30. There he bested Jeremy Jones via unanimous decision.
 
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(Ibrahim Camara)
Age: 25
Started Fighting At: 18
Record: 19-9
Knockouts: 13
Submissions: 0
RFL Record: 1-0
Total Opponent Record: 273-172-3
Rank (Division): 1
Rank (Organization): 2
Style: Boxing
Accolades or Accomplishments: Former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Terra Australis FC Title Challenger, Fight of the Night (x7), KO of the Night (x2), Four Fight Winning Streak
 
(Joosep Lõhmus)
Age: 25
Started Fighting At: 18
Record: 10-1
Knockouts: 7
Submissions: 0
RFL Record: 5-0
Total Opponent Record: 103-59-2
Rank (Division): Champion
Rank (Organization): 4
Style: Kickboxing
Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), SUB of the Night (x3), Fight of the Night (x2), Seven Fight Winning Streak
 
 
 

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#810 TheHoarseWhisperer

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Posted 09 July 2019 - 10:10 AM

Hey thanks King Ep. I'll spare everyone the affront of quoting that wall of text again. :P


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#811 EliteM

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Posted 10 July 2019 - 12:10 AM

Rise is looking for a matchmaking staff pm me.
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#812 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 10 July 2019 - 01:48 AM

Rise is looking for a matchmaking staff pm me.

 

PM Alex K. 

 

LOLOLOLOL 


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#813 EliteM

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Posted 10 July 2019 - 10:06 AM

PM Alex K. 
 
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lol Camara u big mad just gonna take lil break from game.
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Posted 10 July 2019 - 03:50 PM

 

[Main Card]

 

(Welterweight Division) Mosi Kondo (13-4) versus Narek Sirakanian (10-2)

Mosi Kondo is a former two-time RISE Fight League welterweight title challenger having made unsuccessful bids to capture gold against Valerio Bartoli twice. He is a former top contender in the Sydney Fights promotion. This Muay Thai stylist has never been knocked out in seventeen professional bouts.

 

He made his MMA debut in the QFC arena, stopping Lee Hyoja in the second round of their fight. Mosi Kondo was immediately signed by Sydney Fights where he quickly made a name for himself as a finisher. Luis Luis, Benjamin Mostert, Chris Snoky, and Damian Anderson all fell in rapid succession. Mosi got his first taste of defeat when he faced fellow high level striker Thor Odinson, dropping a majority decision to the man. Mosi finished out his Sydney Fights career with four consecutive victories, including a big win over former Steve Butabi unbeaten Beach Fights welterweight champion Steve Butabi.

 

Next Mosi signed with RISE Fight League, making his promotional debut at RFLFN-10 against former RFL welterweight champion Meatball Destroyer. The former champion couldn't make it even halfway through the second round before being felled by the power of Mosi Kondo. Mosi faced another career setback when he was submitted by BJJ brown belt Jhin Markell. Mosi rebounded with a big win over BJJ black belt Ariel At Night, knocking him out cold early in the second round.

 

At RFLFN-20, Mosi Kondo challenged reigning welterweight champion Valerio Bartoli for the crown. The fight took place entirely on the feet with both men lading ample strikes. It would be Bartoli that walked away with a judge's decision to retail his title.

 

Kondo rebounded by snapping the eight fight winning streak of streaking contender Lee Sin, and then made his claim as the top contender for the title by ending the four fight winning streak of Akeen Coker. Unable to be denied any further, Mosi challeged Valerio Bartoli to a rematch at RFL-79. This time around, Kondo had some success in the clinch and managed to steal a round according to one judge, but Bartoli once again walked out with the belt.

 

Narek Sirakanian is a Muay Thai stylist and longtime veteran of the Terra Australis Fighting Championship promotion. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.

 

Narek started his career in the Sydney Fights promotion, beginning his career on a three fight winning streak that ended in a submission loss to Luiz Santos at SyFy 133.

 

Following the loss, Narek signed with Terra Australis FC where he tore through Brent Wyatt, Baby Etchecopar, and future welterweight champion Alvaro Fernandez De Calderon. Sirakanian suffered the second of his two career defeats at the hands of powerful wrestler and BJJ black belt Billy Jack. Since then, Narek has been on an absolute tear with three consecutive victories inside the TAFC cage. His list of victims include former three-time title challenger Ricardinho Vieira, veteran fighter Ronnie White, Kamikiri Yoritomo, and most recently Yokiuni Togashi.

 

 

 

(Super-Heavyweight Division) Super SuperHeavyWeight (21-5) versus Massive Overflow (19-5)

Super SuperHeavyWeight is the former Rise Fight League Super-Heavyweight Champion. Super is a Greco Roman wrestler and as such does his best work when he has guys pressed up against the cage. Super is a former contestant of The Island where he challenged two times for a divisional title.

 

Super SuperHeavyWeight started out during season 8 of The Island. His first fight was against Johny Steel in the QFC arena there. Having found success in his quick fight, Super made two showings in the Havoc Fighting League, knocking out Johnny Kiksyorass and Hovon Shovon.

 

Super next signed with Island Xtreme Fighting or IXF. In his promotional debut he stopped Raphael The Ninja Turtle, earning himself the chance to challenge for the super-heavyweight championship. At IFX 23 he faced power wrestler Mark Lesnar for the throne. Unfortunately the fight would be stopped due to cuts received during the brutal elbowing of his face on the ground. Super rebounded with wins over Mortimer Bob Holley, Rene Duchene, and Thumongous Heritageaka before losing to Mark Lesnar in the exact same fashion. Super fought once more for IFX, stopping Giant Giant in a rematch, before competing in the season 8 final tournament.

 

Super SuperHeavyWeight ran through his branch of the finale Super-Heavyweight Tournament, stopping Bona Dundun, Blue Crocodile, Mortimer Bob Holley, and Thumongous Heritageaka to become the tournament champion.

 

Back in the real world, Super fought twice for NJMMA, knocking out Bill Watson and Gandolf Schmidt in back-to-back first round showings. Following those performances, Super SuperHeavyWeight signed with RISE Fight League. His first three bouts under the RISE banners saw him making a run at heavyweight, where he made his fighting debut. He topped Frank Kodjia and Jason Imbert before suffering this first non-title defeat to Fedor Emelianegro. Oh, god that name. I realized it as I wrote it. This would be his final fight at heavyweight.

 

Back at Super-Heavyweight, Super stopped top contender Mo' Money to earn a shot at the RFL championship. At RFL-62, Super challenged Jimmy Tenno Hantei for the inaugural super-heavyweight championship, stopping him late in the second round to become the champion. Super attempted to defend his new title against Fu Leng but was knocked out cold in the opening round.

 

Super came back with big wins over Caleb Miller and Paul Greenland before challenging the new champion, Hiro Manowaru. Super was promptly stopped once again.

 

In his most recent appearance, Super SuperHeavyWeight defeated Randy Savage at RFLFN-28.

 

Massive Overflower is the former Skrap House MMA Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Super-Heavyweight Champion. He defended both titles successfully once before losing them. Massive is an accomplished wrestler that mostly uses it for defense, opting instead to fight with his hands. Of his nineteen victories, all nineteen have been via stoppage due to strikes.

 

Massive started out his career undefeated in the QFC arena across five showings. Following his fifth QFC match, Massive signed with Skrap House MMA. In his promotional debut he challenged Thiago Araujo for the heavyweight title. Midway through the opening round, Massive caught Thiago with a big punch, knocking him out cold to capture the championship. He successfully defended his new title against Lucifer Evo at CCF FN 13. Unfortunately he dropped the title in a rematch with Thiago Araujo at CCF FN 17. Massive dropped a unanimous decision to Ben The Hound in his very next fight, which would be his last with Skrap House MMA.

 

Massive Overflower signed with Torcida MMA 1950, competing three times with the new promotion, scoring stoppages over Shazaam McDaniels, Markus Hambucher, and Mike Holmes Jr before moving on.

 

Massive was signed by Sydney Fights, stopping Ole Anderson at SyFi 100. Next he challenged long time super-heavyweight champion Arn Anderson, knocking him out in the second round. Massive defeated Vick Venom to defend his crown before losing the title to Jim Bob McDonald at SyFi 131. Massive would fight two more times with Sydney Fights, scoring wins over Kimi Loiri and Wladimir Yaroslev.

 

Next he signed with Terra Australis Fighting Championship. He would score big wins over Samson Fortier, Rosario Fusco, and former Sydney Fights heavyweight champion Ross Barkley.

 

In his most recent bout, Massive was defeated by Jimmu Tenno Hantei at RFL-79.

 

 

 

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Lightweight Division, Championship bout) DeMario Valdez© (12-4-1) versus Scott Smith (17-9)

DeMario Valdez© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion with one confirmed title defense under his belt. This boxer is a veteran of both Sydney Fight and RISE FL.

 

He began his career under different management and fighting for Sydney Fights. While he would score big wins over fighters such as Aaron Dale and Armel Vidal, he would drop key fights against men like Darren Tellkins and Kento Gbus. After changing management teams, he fought out his contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out Gary Dema before moving to RISE Fight League.

With his new promotion he immediately began winning the big fights: Min Halloway, Ernest Graves, and a rematch with Darren Tellkins who had previously defeated him. At RFLFN-18, Valdez challenged Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but lost the fight via unanimous decision.

While Valdez was defeating top Shoju Bayushi, the belt changed waists to Tud Stoddler. Valdez challenged Stoddler for the title at RFL-76, stopping the fresh faced champion with powerful strikes early in the opening round. Valdez successfully defended his title from Steph Curry at RFLFN-31, stopping the challenger with power punches from the outside.

 

Scott Smith is a former two-time world title challenger and former participant from season 8 of The Island. He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner with a brown belt in the art and an accomplished wrestler.

 

Scott started fighting in the QFC arena with five straight submission victories. In his pro debut he submitted future RISE contender Ernest Graves with an armbar in the opening round. Following his fifth QFC bout, he signed with Island Xtreme Fighting. Unfortunately he would be a .500 fighter with IFX, but he would challenge Chief Cheyenne for the lightweight crown during that time.

 

In the final tournament, Scott defeated Ruben Nevez in the opening round but lost a decision to prior victim Ryo Tanaka.

 

Fresh from The Island, Scott Smith signed with RISE Fight League. In his promotional debut he submitted Wale Ammond but found himself tapping out against fellow BJJ wizard Shannon White. After defeating Darren Tellkins, Smith and White rematched at RFLFN-11 and this time Smith found a submission victory, beginning a brief rivalry with White.

 

At RFL-64, Scott Smith faced Nick Morris for the lightweight championship, but was caught with a big shot and put away in the second round. After dropping a rematch against Ernest Graves, Smith defeated Darren Tellkins in yet another rematch.

 

At RFL-74, Smith and White completed their trilogy in a grudge match for the ages. Just like in their second meeting it was Smith that walked away with the victory.

 

Most recently, Smith has been on a tear through the lightweight division with victories over Joshua Brown, Dallas Winston, and Riley Escobar following the match with Shannon White.

 

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(DeMario Valdez)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 12-4-1

Knockouts: 12

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 6-1-1

Total Opponent Record: 130-85-3

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 6

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Lightweight Champion (One Defense), Three Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x3), KO of the Night (x1)

 

(Scott Smith)

Age: 30

Started Fighting At: 25

Record: 17-9

Knockouts: 0

Submissions: 17

RFL Record: 8-4

Total Opponent Record: 244-153-0

Rank (Division): 3

Rank (Organization): 48

Style: Wrestling, BJJ (Brown Belt)

Accolades or Accomplishments: Former RISE Fight League Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Former Island Xtreme Fighting Lightweight Title Challenger (x1), Four Fight Winning Streak, SUB of the Night (x6)

 

 

[Co-Main Event]

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Featherweight Division, Championship bout) Henrique Gusmao© (15-2) versus Kron Diego (8-1-1)

Henrique Gusmao© is the two time RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion with a combined four title defenses to his credit. Additionally he is the NJMMA Featherweight Champion having never lost his title there before moving on. This world class pugilist come into this fight on a three fight winning streak.

 

Henrique Gusmao started his MMA journey with two appearances in the QFC arena, stopping Sydney Vang and Wiley Snyder. After stopping Anthony Brooks at EFA 4, Henrique changed management teams- and weightclasses. He moved down from lightweight to featherweight and promptly lost a match against Mac Ancheese in the QFC arena. Henrique defeated Zardu Hasselfrau at RISE 29 before taking a two fight deal with NJMMA. After stopping Tooth Kwoma, Gusmao stopped Snake Duanesboy in the second round to claim the championship there. After stopping Benito Massi in the Honolulu-Hilo MMA promotion, Henrique signed with RISE Fight League.

 

In his promotional debut, Henrique Gusmao defeated Jedidiah Young. Next he faced reigning featherweight champion Andre 3000, stopping him in the third round to become the undisputed featherweight champion. Henrique's first RISE title reign was a brutal one, knocking out Ronald Mateo Suarez and Andre 3000 in a rematch with the former champion. Unfortunately Henrique would be defeated by Great Tiger via third round submission.

 

Henrique defeated Chief Cheyenne to get back to the top of the pile and stopped Naoyuki Nakano to reclaim his championship title.

 

Most recently, Henrique Gusmao defeated Chamuaknoi Sitsongrit via third round TKO to defend the title.

 

Kron Diego is a seven fight veteran of RISE Fight League that has also competed for CEC Challengers. This boxing stylist is known for having only gone the distance once; if he wins, it's by quick knockout.

 

Kron began his MMA career under the CEC Challengers banner where he fought to a draw against Jerry Tophat, defeating him in a rematch. After that he knocked out Gato Wali to complete his CEC contract.

 

After that he signed with RISE Fight League, stopping Canniel Dormier and Antonio Zetsika before suffering hi lone career loss at the hands of Killian Armstrong. Since then he has been undefeated with victories over Antonio Zetsika in a rematch, Mickey Munday, Altasarnai Shinjo, and Nindu Kakka.

 

[A closer look]

(Henrique Gusmao)

Age: 24

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 15-2

Knockouts: 15

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 9-1

Total Opponent Record: 125-79-0

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 3

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Featherweight Champion (x2, Four Defenses), Former New Jersey MMA Featherweight Champion (No Defenses), KO of the Night (x2), Fight of the Night (x1), Three Fight Winning Streak

 

(Kron Diego)

Age: 22

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 8-1-1

Knockouts: 8

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 6-1

Total Opponent Record: 65-63-3

Rank (Division): 5

Rank (Organization): 26

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Four Fight Winning Streak, Fight of the Night (x2), KO of the Night (x2)

 

 

 

[Main Event]

 

20190124100352RISE%20belt.png (Light-Heavyweight Division, Championship bout) Ibrahim Camara (19-9) versus Joosep Lõhmus© (10-1)

Ibrahim Camara is the former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion and the former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion. He successfully defended both titles one time. This boxer is a veteran of NY Fight Nights, Major League Combat, Sydney Fights, and Terra Australis Fighting Championship before joining RISE Fight League. He comes into this fight on a four fight winning streak.

Ibrahim started his career with a single appearance in the QFC, in which he was promptly defeated by Nouredine Youssef. After his professional debut, Ibrahim entered into the NYFN Legends Tournament, where he accrued a record of 4-5 with wins over Soyster Nine, Alika Webb, Captain Spaulding, and Mr Skull. At the closure of the tournament, Ibrahim signed a three fight deal with Major League Combat. After defeating Herbaciarzs Kwalinokazichowak, he knocked out Blaze Max to win the super-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended his title against Zeta Knox.

 

With a successful title defense under his belt, Camara signed with Sydney Fights, dropping back dow to light-heavyweight, his weight from the NYFN days. In his Sydney Fights debut, Camara was submitted by Jamison Cassidy in the opening round. Ibrahim Camara rebounded with three big wins over Steve Roach, Hektor Hagoma, and Ben Harrow before dropping a fight against Bryan Schaub. Victories over Corey Smith Jr and Stephen Letter made him eligible for a shot at the light-heavyweight title.

At SyFi 135, Ibrahim Camara challenged Blake Phoenix for the light-heavyweight championship. Ibrahim defended the title against Just Whymer before moving to Terra Australis Fighting Championship.

 

Ibrahim Camara made his TAFC debut at TAFC: Murphy v Shorton, stopping Krit Leekpai in the second round. In his very next bout, Camara challenged Marky Mark for the TAFC light-heavyweight title, but lost the bout via unanimous decision. Ibrahim Camara fought three more times for the TAFC promotion, besting Blake Phoenix in a rematch, Rohith Sharma, and Song Turillo.

 

In his most recent bout, Ibrahim Camara defeated Blake Phoenix for the third time.

 

Joosep Lõhmus© is the undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Championship making his second attempt at defending the throne. Jooseph is a veteran of World Fighting Championship, Torcida MMA 1950, Sydney Fights, and RISE Fight League. This world class Muay Thai stylist is coming into this championship bout on the heels of a seven fight winning streak.

 

Joosep made his MMA debut in the World Fighting Championship promotion, taking on present day heavyweight contender Tonkei Oloishona. Lõhmus dominated Oloishona with wrestling ad ground and pound en route to a lopsided unanimous decision victory. Next he signed with Torcida MMA 1950, taking on Jeremiah Doucet at Torcida 43. Lõhmus made short work of Doucet, battering him with strikes en route to an early stoppage.

 

Next Joosep Lõhmus signed a three fight contract with Sydney Fights, knocking out BJJ brown belt Clay Fazier in just thirty-one seconds. After dropping a unanimous decision to Spencer Rubenstein, Lõhmus knocked out 3-1 brawler Dmitry Ovchinnikov.

 

Following the Ovchinnikov bout, Lõhmus signed with RISE Fight League where he has gone undefeated across five fights. Following back-to-back victories over DeMar DeRozan and Chief Wolf, Lõhmus stopped Daniel Orndorf in just fifty seconds to steal the light-heavyweight championship title. Joosep Lõhmus faced Lighty LightHeavyweight in a non-title match at RFL-70, defeating him via submission due to strikes. Next Lõhmus faced Tank Ispa at TAFC: Fujimoto v Van Rooy before returning to defend his title at RFLFN-30. There he bested Jeremy Jones via unanimous decision.

 

[A closer look]

(Ibrahim Camara)

Age: 25

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 19-9

Knockouts: 13

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 1-0

Total Opponent Record: 273-172-3

Rank (Division): 1

Rank (Organization): 2

Style: Boxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Former Major League Combat Super-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Sydney Fights Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), Former Terra Australis FC Title Challenger, Fight of the Night (x7), KO of the Night (x2), Four Fight Winning Streak

 

(Joosep Lõhmus)

Age: 25

Started Fighting At: 18

Record: 10-1

Knockouts: 7

Submissions: 0

RFL Record: 5-0

Total Opponent Record: 103-59-2

Rank (Division): Champion

Rank (Organization): 4

Style: Kickboxing

Accolades or Accomplishments: Undisputed RISE Fight League Light-Heavyweight Champion (One Defense), SUB of the Night (x3), Fight of the Night (x2), Seven Fight Winning Streak

 

 

 

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#815 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 10 July 2019 - 04:09 PM

lol Camara u big mad just gonna take lil break from game.


Lol enjoy your summer buddy !

Also the champ is waiting for his new contract :) Don’t worry about the money
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#816 stpierrecanada

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Posted 11 July 2019 - 05:57 PM

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"Ready for my Title fight, I am prepared to go to war and take that Belt home with me."



"I tried. I went out on my shield, fuck decisions .. I'll be back strong."
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#817 Monsieur.Camara

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Posted 13 July 2019 - 03:24 AM

"I tried. I went out on my shield, fuck decisions .. I'll be back strong."

 

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Directly from La Mesa prison in Baja California we got an exclusive interview with our champ Gusmao amongst other prisoners:

 

War Machine:  To my opponent, the guy with all that shit on his face...Good fight man. Not everyone is macho enough to go 4 round ese, mano a mano, respect homes.

 

Interviewer:  Lord have merci !  Great victory to retain the title War Machine.. excuse me IS THAT CHRIS STEVE AND IBRAHIM CAMARA?!!!  What in the fuckytty fuck? 

 

War Machine: Lady don`t get me started, these fucking putos better get outta my jail I have no patience for fucking PUTOS PINCHE MAYATES that don`t read english muy bueno and sign PINCHE MARICA 155 CONTRACT ! 

 

Ibrahim Camara:  Nobody discussed with me about you going to 155 , it should be a 145 contract, we demand REPARATIONS! 

 

Interviewer:  SERIOUSLY LIKE NOBODY CARES, IS THAT MUTTAFUCKING CHRIS STEVE IN MEXICAN JAIL?? WHAT? HOW? WHEN? WHY? 

 

Chris Steve: This is embarassing and I`d rather not talk about it. All you need to know is Camara fucked everything up. I got 25 to life. 

 

Interviewer: Ok I don`t understand all this prison slang guys.  Monsieur Camara ! WHAT THE FUCK BROS? 

 

Ibrahim Camara: I admit it, I got exhited and signed that Steve contract a little too fast.  That one is on me. 

 

Chris Steve: I kill you.

 

Ibrahim Camara: I`m in here too.  I gotz ID said Jose Canseco on Buzz. GIMME SOMETHING RIIIIISE!

 

Interviewer: Wow that`s the trifecta.  I am still not 100% of what the fuck is happening in this prison but from my understanding Camara fucked up big x3.

 

War Machine:  All media AFUERA CARAJO ! It`s time to run a train on Chris Steve ! Call Silva and Graves from CELL D ! 

 

Chris Steve: 5 times pound for pound ! 

 

 

As our confused interviewer was leaving Ibrahim Camara handed him a mysterious paper that further confused everything.....

 

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#818 stpierrecanada

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Posted 14 July 2019 - 05:36 PM

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Kron Diego


**A TMZ reporter caught up with Kron Diego leaving a bar in Montreal. Kron wasn't in much of a mood to socialize but kept his cool**

"What you want man?" Kron said when he saw the camera and reporter.

"How are you feeling after your fight? Are you upset at the stoppage?"

"Naw, whatever happened happened, it was a good victory from him, stoppage was fine, I'm supposed to protect myself better. He didn't run, I didn't run, we met in the middle of the cage and that day he got the better of me, shit happens, so, go away now."
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