The biggest news I got for you is Ravi Shankoli is still the middleweight champion after defeating Dick Army in the second round by TKO. Which saddens me because I really love Dick...... Army. In fact both title fights this week had the champion hold onto the title. Stephen Bushiri remains the champ for the Bantamweight division after his rematch with predator Burns. The last time they met the fight ended in a draw, so it was a much awaited bout. But in the rematch Stephen Bushiri dominated, losing none of the rounds against Burns.
Fight of the Night
Edward Kenway vs. Marco Ajax
For Edward Kenways debut he sure put on a show winning fight of the night against Marco Ajax. The first round went in favor of Marco Ajax but either his heart wasn't in it, or his conditioning is degrading because he lost the next two rounds. Kenway dominated in the clinch and was slightly better striking from the outside but overall he did an amazing job and won the fight.
Winner By decision: Edward Kenway
Larson Picker vs Don Fagaro
Larson Picker out classed Don Fagaro in a fairly short fight. Picker TKO'd Fagaro nine seconds in the second round. After seeing his performance Fagaro needs to work on his accuracy.
Winner By TKO: Larson Picker
Bill Newton vs. Guillermo Pato
I don't think Pato should of shown at this event, he surely didn't act like he wanted to be there. In his defense he did attempt to throw a few hands but none of them hit and once he was tooken down that was all there was Bill Newton made quick work of that fight. This will also be Bill Newton's second sub of the night in a row, so congratulations to him for that!
Winner By Submission: Bill Newton
DFL # 151
Peter Parker vs. Eric Staal
Peter Parker is back on his feet after two knock outs in a row, I think he'll be getting that title shot to get what was previously his. Although this knockout against Eric Staal came awfully close to the end of the second round, Parker is not a fighter to rest on laurels right before the end of a round. This comes as a set back for Eric Staal who was on a three fight win streak with his last loss being against Peter Parker. He definetly held on a bit longer this time but still couldn't beat him. This means that Peter Parker will be going against Ravi Shankoli, hopefully he's ready for that, I know I wouldn't want to fight Shankoli!
Winner By KO: Peter Parker
Gracie Allen vs. Karter Kinshaw
It's always crazy to see a fighter who dominated two rounds in a row and was on his way to winning the fight hands down by decision to get TKO'd midway through the last round. All he had to do was hold on a bit longer!! But Kinshaw couldn't do it. He landed so many more strikes to. Hell when Allen was leaving the fight he looked like a bus ran over him. It goes to show that Gracie Allen has a strong heart and the eye of a tiger, he didn't back down one bit. Knocking Kinshaw out at 2:50 of Round 3.
Winner By TKO: Gracie Allen
Lukas Hanak vs. Synyx Stall
Hanak has been calling out the lightweight division since his arrival to the DFL. He's been ignored until now, I think. This is his fourth fight in a row He's won, and to put it in perspective he's only had four fights in the DFL. Biro, give this man a title shot!! Hanak is hungry for the belt. Hanak was the much more aggressive fighter. It didn't matter if it was on the ground or on his toes he dominated the match, hopefully he can continue his good performance when fights the top of his division.