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#21 BillyRose

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 06:36 PM

Poor Kyle Reyes and his poor booty :(


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#22 ovoxo

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Posted 25 February 2017 - 06:39 PM

Poor Kyle Reyes and his poor booty :(

 

 

Great ground domination. Booty is turning into a serious contender in the welterweight division.


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#23 Jackie

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Posted 05 March 2017 - 12:43 AM

 

Betting has been opened for KFC 3

 

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Thanks for this,another money maker.just won 4k on this event. :winner:

Keep it up sir. KFC is the best org in London :thumbup:


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#24 TJMitchell

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Posted 05 March 2017 - 04:00 AM

Thanks for this,another money maker.just won 4k on this event. :winner:

Keep it up sir. KFC is the best org in London :thumbup:

 

Mate, you were all over that card. Nice work! 


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#25 ovoxo

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 07:13 PM

Kings Fighting Championship's mini-birthday comes with presents

 

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The tiny org in London with the big plan celebrates tomorrow one month after its first event took place at Wild Bob's bar and shocked the MMA world. And what is a better way to celebrate a birthday than sending out presents to the good kids, or in our case - the baddest fighters and managers around? Let's see who impressed most, which of course was a tough choice since everyone did good, but some fighters and managers were above the others:

 

Most impressive fighter so far: Frank Shuman

Award amount: 10 000 $

 

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Shuman did amazing in his both fights at KFC 1 and KFC 4, scoring spectacular submissions, which earned him an appearance in the first ever title fight at Kings Fighting Championship where he will meet Angelo San Diego at KFC 7.

 

Most impressive managers so far: Jack Hendry and Tyson Mitchell

Award amount: 10 000 $ (5 000 $ split)

 

Both Hendry and Mitchell had an epic month at the org with Hendry's fighters scoring a 6-0(via 6 knockouts) while Team Mitchell achieved a record of 4-0(via 3 knockouts and 1 decision). Both managers have been awarded 5 000 $ each and we hope this split award is going to motivate them to prove who deserves it more in the next months.

 

Special honors: Ali Jamal

Award amount: 5 000 $

 

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Ali Jamal has been awarded 5 000 $ for his impressive performance in the 155 lbs. TWGC. He got crowned a champion after 5 spectacular grappling wins and we at Kings Fighting Championship are extremely grateful to have such a talented prospect on our roster! Can't wait to see what he has to offer in a real MMA fight! Good luck in training, Ali!


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Posted 25 March 2017 - 12:02 PM

Posters and betting offers for KFC 7, 8 and 9 are out!


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#27 BillyRose

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 06:19 PM

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DOES THIS LOOK LIKE THE FACE OF MERCY?!


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#28 ovoxo

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 09:52 PM

KFC 6 produced some amazing fights.

Fight of the night without a doubt was Booty vs Hassenkamp. Hassenkamp damaged his opponent seriously in round 1, but Booty survived and managed to show his ground superiority in round 2.

Jack Potter managed to surprise Oori Kan by executing a spectacular guillotine from clinch which awarded him with submission of the night bonus.

Fabian Dominguez destroyed another chin on his way to glory by viciously knocking out Valmarsson.

The next two events which will happen next week will bring the first two titles on the table. Stay tuned to see who will write his name in the history books! Shuman and San Diego have the once in a lifetime opportunity to become the first ever KFC champion!
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#29 TJMitchell

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 11:33 PM

 

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DOES THIS LOOK LIKE THE FACE OF MERCY?!

 

 

I thought it'd have more cuts on it?


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#30 BillyRose

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 11:50 PM

 

I thought it'd have more cuts on it?

 

 

Yeah man, he has more cuts than you have functional arms.


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#31 TJMitchell

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 12:27 AM

 

 

Yeah man, he has more cuts than you have functional arms.

 

touché


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Posted 26 March 2017 - 04:53 AM

 

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DOES THIS LOOK LIKE THE FACE OF MERCY?!

 

Scary..


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#33 ovoxo

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 05:43 PM

Angelo San Diego crowned the first ever Kings FC champion!

 

     On an exciting Wednesday night in London, 913 fans at The Underground witnessed Angelo San Diego writing his name in the history books by becoming the first ever Kings FC champion! He claimed the bantamweight belt by spectacularly knocking out Frank Shuman, just 1:11 after the fight started. A swift performance which granted him the KO of the night award. Congratulations Angelo, we are all looking forward to your first defense!

 

     Submission of the night award went to Leroy Braga, who showed his amazing ground work by winning the grappling battle after getting taken down, claiming the back of his opponent and making him submit with an exceptional RNC.

 

     In maybe one of the most interesting fights during KFC 7, Michael Paine managed to KO Jaden Steve and both fighters got rewarded with Fight of the night performance bonuses. Steve started very confidently, completely dominating round 1, then managing to hurt his opponent early in round 2, but Paine showed his impressive heart by surviving and then surprising Steve with a punch combination and it wasn't long till the ref. had to call an end to the fight.


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#34 TJMitchell

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 07:17 PM

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Angelo San Diego

 

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The Champ Is Here


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#35 JoeLang

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Posted 31 March 2017 - 01:39 PM

 


 

Special honors: Ali Jamal

Award amount: 5 000 $

 

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Ali Jamal has been awarded 5 000 $ for his impressive performance in the 155 lbs. TWGC. He got crowned a champion after 5 spectacular grappling wins and we at Kings Fighting Championship are extremely grateful to have such a talented prospect on our roster! Can't wait to see what he has to offer in a real MMA fight! Good luck in training, Ali!

 

 

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Ali "Chicka" Jamal (310182)

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Thank you for giving me the chance to represent and train so i can test my skills against the best grapplers in the world in this prestigious tournament.

 

It is an honour to bring back the gold and represent my team and Kings FC.


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Posted 08 April 2017 - 09:03 AM

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Betting at Kings FC Bookies will be available later today.

 

A lot of waists gonna equip themselves with a shinny title belt in the upcoming weeks.


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Posted 08 April 2017 - 05:56 PM

Ramos claims heavyweight belt, Azevedo earns a title shot!

 

Congratulations to Antonio Ramos for winning the first Kings FC Heavyweight title in history! What a crazy fight with Richards it was! Knockdown by Ramos, followed by two knockdowns by Richards and then Ramos proved himself as the better predator, managing to finish his hurt opponent. And all this action happened for just 1:39mins. Probably the most exciting fight in Kings FC so far, fight of the night without a doubt!

 

In the main event for the evening, Azevedo showed to Steve Passion who is the bantamweight boss since KFC 1. A stellar performance, which earned him a title shot vs the champion San Diego at KFC 13. Let's see if the fatal number is going to bring luck to Thiago in his way to the bantamweight title!

 

Elsewhere, Tom Mcgettigan cemented his place as the most dangerous middleweight at Kings Fighting Championship. Second fight, second vicious knockout and second knockout of the night performance bonus for him! Congrats Tom, match makers at Kings FC should be looking for someone strong and brave enough to stand against you and battle for the belt.


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Posted 08 April 2017 - 07:10 PM

After starting April with a bang, what's next for Kings FC?

 

 

Going in its third month on the fighting scene, Kings FC already rewarded its fans and followers with two spectacular events. On the first day of April, KFC 8 crowned its P4P king Chris Leary the first ever light heavyweight champion. Only a week later, was produced the first heavyweight champion Antonio Ramos in a major fight of the year contender in front of the sold out The Underground.

 

Looking forward to the future, it seems to be getting brighter and brighter for the small London project which is already showing the potential to do big things and take over the MMA scene. KFC 10 is bringing the lightweight belt to the table, with Liam "Butcher" Kennedy going against Chea Soun. The main card also is going to offer a light heavyweight battle between Mumba and Koopman, which is expected to shake up the 205lbs. rankings of the org. Fabian Dominguez will be facing Nico Hassenkamp with the prize being a serious contender spot in the welterweight division.

At KFC 11 we will be watching one of the most anticipated clashes in the org - light heavyweight champion Chris Leary going against #1 light heavyweight contender Cobra Commander, a fight where 7-0 record meets a 6-0 record! Co-main event of the evening is going to offer a contender fight in the middleweight division with Lake Dutchman going against the young prodigy Thor Hammer. There are rumors that the winner might get a lucky ticket to a title fight against Tom Mcgettigan. Also two grapplers will be facing each other in the featherweight division when Jake Heke is hoping to provide Vick Shroud a raw welcome to the 145 lbs. division after Shroud making a transition from bantamweight.

KFC 12 will be the time when the first welterweight champion will be crowned. Henry Kane, a debutant in the org coming with solid background behind him, earned a title shot on his first fight versus one of the most exciting and versatile finishers at Kings FC - Booty Booty. The co-main event will be featuring another title fight, this time in the featherweight division. The aspiring youngster George Steve will be looking to write his name in the history books as the youngest Kings FC champion ever against Tom Tucker, another impressive 145lbs. combatant coming to the org with an unbeaten 5-0 record. Elsewhere, in one of the most overwhelmed by talent divisions of the org - the light heavyweight, Jake Butler will be fighting versus Bradley Johnson with both fighters daring to climb up the rankings with a view on a potential title shot.

Kings FC haven't announced the full fight card schedule for KFC 13, but it is already confirmed that in the main event Angelo San Diego will be defending his bantamweight title for the very first time versus Thiago Cavalcanti Azevedo. In another bantamweight clash, Frank Shuman will be fighting Michael Paine. Rumors are, that Tim Hunt is going to clash with Teemu Packalen in the lightweight division, but nothing is official yet.

 

This was our review about the exciting stuff going around Kings FC, the org that is making fight fans all over the world jumping from their seats! Stay tuned and make sure to buy tickets earlier for the spectacles happening in The Underground arena in London. There are already fans complaining for failing to acquire tickets for the sold-out Kings FC events. Maybe it is time for the org managers to get in touch with the owners of the bigger Hayashi's lounge?


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#39 BillyRose

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Posted 08 April 2017 - 11:29 PM

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OOOOOOH NO BROTHER. 

 

THIS UPDATE IS MISSING THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS OF THIS GENERATION OR ANY OTHER. THE MOST PROFESSIONAL OF TUSSLERS IS RE-DEBUTING IN A NEW DIVISION. 185 BROTHER. 185 POUNDS OF ALL-AMERICAN MUSCLE, READY TO TUSSLE. KFC 13 BROTHER.

 

THE CREAM OF THE CROP

 

ALWAYS RISES TO THE TOP.

 

UNDEFEATED AT 205 BROTHER. 185 ON NOTICE.

 

OH YEAH!


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#40 Jackie

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 01:44 AM

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"If you even Dreaming of Beating me

You'd better wake up and Apologize"


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