MFC 25 fight videos – Taylor vs. Leites, Jimmo vs. Gouveia, Spratt vs. Fioravanti, Hightower vs. Neal, more

EDMONTON – On May 7, 2010, Maximum Fighting Championship held “MFC 25: Vindication” at the Northlands Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The event was billed as the promotion’s biggest card to date and featured a main event between former IUFC fighters Thales Leites (17-3) and Jesse “JT Money” Taylor (14-6) and a co-main event … Read more

Fighters hit the scale for MFC 25

Huge turnout in downtown mall for biggest card in organization history In front of the largest weigh-in crowd in the organization’s history, all the fighters hit the scale on Thursday afternoon in preparation for the Maximum Fighting Championship’s MFC 25: Vindication. Before a huge throng of media and fans, the fighters were on stage inside … Read more

Jesse Taylor to fight Thales Leites in main event at MFC 25

Jesse Taylor signs contract to meet Brazilian standout at MFC 25 Fresh off signing a two-fight deal with the Maximum Fighting Championship, Jesse “JT Money” Taylor has garnered a spot in the main event for MFC 25: Vindication. Taylor (14-5) will meet Thales Leites (16-3) in the headliner bout of the MFC’s upcoming show on … Read more

“MFC 25: Vindication” boasts a stacked card for May 7 on HDNet

EDMONTON, Alberta – Although a main event is yet to be announced, the fight card for Maximum Fighting Championship‘s “MFC 25: Vindication” is stacked. The event, which will take place at the  the Northlands Expo Center in Edmonton on May 7 will air live on HDNet. The co-main event  features Ryan “The Big Deal” Jimmo (12-1) and Wilson Gouveia … Read more

TUF 6 veteran Richie Hightower signs with Maximum Fighting Championship

ALBERTA, CANADA – 27-year-old “The Ultimate Fighter 6” veteran Richie “The Dirty Samurai” Hightower (8-3) has signed a three-fight deal with Canada’s premiere MMA promotion, Maximum Fighting Championship, according to the company. The first fight on Hightower’s new contract will take place at “MFC 25: Vindication” in Edmonton, Alberta, on May 7, where he will … Read more

“Raging Wolf VI” – play-by-play results

On Jan. 23, 2010, “Raging Wolf VI” took place at the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel, in Niagara Falls, New York. The Ultimate Fighter 5 veteran Corey Hill made his return to action for the first time since being sidelined in Dec. 2008 after suffering one of the worst leg-break injuries in the history of MMA … Read more

MFC 22 play-by-play commentary and results

Maximum Fighting Championships presents “MFC 22: Payoff” Friday night, Oct. 2, 2009 from the River Cree Resort and Casino in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and airing LIVE on HDNet. PROMMA.INFO will be providing live play-by-play commentary and results of all the action.

Quick Results

  • Travis Lutter def. Jason MacDonald by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Antonio McKee def. Carlo Prater by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • John Alessio def. Luigi Fioravanti by knockout (punch) Round 3 (1:34)
  • Mike Nickels def. David Heath by submission (rear-naked choke) Round 3 (4:02)
  • Ryan Jimmo def. Marvin Eastman by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
  • Pete Spratt def. Nathan Gunn by Knockout (uppercut) Round 2 (4:19)
  • Dwayne Lewis def. Jared Kilkenny by TKO
  • Jason Heit def. Paapa Inkumusha by TKO
  • Andrew Buckland def. Joe Christopher by submission (guillotine choke)
  • Nick Hrynchsh def. Jesse MacDougal by TKO

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Anthony “Rumble” Johnson: Climbing the welterweight ladder one fighter at a time – PRO MMA exclusive interview

Anthony “Rumble” Johnson (7-2, 4-2 UFC) isn’t worried about a title shot. He doesn’t care if he faces Mike Swick next, or Dan Hardy, although he wouldn’t mind Hardy coming to America on his turf for a face off. “Rumble” isn’t concerned if he needs one, two, or three more wins to get a shot at the UFC Welterweight Crown.

What he does concentrate and focus on is his next opponent. Once the call is received and he knows who the lucky guy is, then Anthony knows it’s time to take that next step up the ladder towards his goal of being the best 170 pound fighter on the planet.

Johnson is a great wrestler and a collegiate national champion, but it has been his highlight reel knockouts that have been his signature in the UFC. Every time he steps into the Octagon, fans are getting to see even more versatile striking from the 6’2″ Welterweight, as showcased with his sick head kick KO of Kevin Burns in their rematch.

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It’s house cleaning time again for UFC

Clementi gets 'no love' from UFC

It is house cleaning time again for the world’s leading mixed martial arts promotion. It has been reported that the UFC has released veteran Rich Clementi (32-14-1) and ATT fighter, Luigi Fioravanti (14-5) from their contracts. The news comes just days after both fighters were defeated on the UFC Fight Night 17 card.

Clementi gave up a first round submission loss to Gleison Tibau and Fioravanti lost by TKO, also in round one, to Anthony Johnson. The loss was Clementi’s second in a row, having lost to Gray Maynard back at UFC 90 in the fall. However, before the two consecutive defeats, The Ultimate Fighter 4 cast member had won five straight fights including four in the UFC.

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