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Urban Conflict Championship “UCC 3: Renegades” results & photos

September 13, 2010, Jersey City, NJ – On September 10, 2010, Urban Conflict Championship (UCC) hosted seven incredible professional MMA battles at the National Guard Armory of Jersey City for its third event of the year “UCC 3: RENEGADES.” The National Guard Armory sits on New York City’s doorstep right off the Path Train. The New Jersey Athletic Control Board Official Weights, Results, Suspensions and Staff from the event:

MAIN EVENT: Luiz Azeredo vs. Brandon Adamson
Catchweight – 165 lbs
Referee Kevin Mulhall
Official Weigh In: Azeredo: 165.2 Adamson: 164.2
Azeredo wins via tap due to rear naked choke at 3:06 of round one.

This bout featured the comeback of one of the few fighters to ever defeat UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva. Azeredo was in fine form taking Adamson to the ground and employing his World Class Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to ensure his win.

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CO MAIN EVENT: Jason McLean vs. Felipe Arantes ***FIGHT OF THE NIGHT BONUS
Featherweight – 145 lbs
Referee Kevin Mulhall
Official Weigh In: McLean: 145.2 Arantes: 145.6
Arantes wins unanimous decision in three rounds 29-28, 29-28 and 30-27 Mason.

The Fight of the night was a back and forth battle with Arantes gaining the edge over McClean in almost every round. The Muay Thai and BJJ specialist even recorded the last two takedowns of the bout with the All- American wrestler. Arantes conditioning proved too much for McClean.

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Ryan Quinn vs. Kevin Horowitz
Welterweight – 170 lbs
Referee Dan Miragliotta
Official Weigh In: Quinn: 171.7 Horowitz: 168.8
Quinn wins via TKO doctor stoppage due to facial lacerations at 2:52 of round two.

Quinn’s takedowns and ground and pound overwhelmed the always-tough Horowitz. Even though there was no quit in Horowitz, referee Dan Miragliotta had seen enough.

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Cliff Wattenberg vs. Daniel Sensintaffer
Welterweight – 170 lbs
Referee Dan Miragliotta
Official Weigh In: Wattenberg: 170.5 Sensintaffer: 171
Sensintaffer wins at 5:00 of round two via doctor stoppage due to facial laceration

The 2 Time NCAA All American wrestler Wattenberg seemed to have the upper hand in the first two rounds of the fight. He controlled most of the ground action, but suffered a few nasty strikes during the stand-up. One cut was severe enough for referee Dan Miragliotta call in the ringside doctors who called an end to the fight.

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Daniel Akinyemi vs. Rich Bianchi
Middleweight – 185 lbs
Referee Dan Miragliotta
Official Weigh In: Akinyemi: 187.9 Bianchi: 187.1
Akinyemi wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered punches at 2:00 of round one.

Akinyemi’s striking power and speed was too much for the rugged Bianchi to handle.

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Doug Miller vs. Rich Van Houten
Featherweight – 145 lbs
Referee Kevin Mulhall
Official Weigh In: Miller: 145.3 Van Houten: 145.3
Van Houten wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered strikes at 3:23 of round one.

Van Houten’s pro debut in front of his huge contingent was done in fine fashion. There was enough action in the first three minutes to constitute a full three round fight! Strikes, takedowns, escapes and counters flying back forth – ended in the LA Boxing representative’s first round TKO.

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Claudio Ledesma vs. Adam Shortz
Bantamweight – 135 lbs
Referee Kevin Mulhall
Official Weigh In: Ledesma: 136 Shortz: 135.9
Ledesma wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered punches at 4:08 of round one.

Competing in the UCC for a second time, Ledesma demonstrated superb striking techniques in earning his victory.

Ringside physicians Dr. Robin Gehrmann, Dr. Ed Eaton and Dr. Eric Wurmser
Referees Dan Miragliotta and Kevin Mulhall
Judges William Mason, Douglas Crosby and Dave Tirelli
Shadow Judge Earl Brown
Scorekeeper Ellen Rubin
Timekeeper Julius Proenza

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