209 Beatdown 3: Results & Recap

August 19, 2017—A quiet, cavernous auditorium in Stockton, California crept to a crescendo of echoing chaos by the start of 209 Beatdown’s third installment: 209 Beatdown 3.

Nine of the twelve all-amateur bouts forced the judges to hold their opinions and four championship belts found their rightful owners, but an infinite number of audible reactions reverberated from the hardwood floors of the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium to its ornate, vaulted ceiling throughout the evening’s entirety.

NorCal MMA’s Performances of the Night

Although 209 Beatdown’s athletes competed under a layer of C.A.M.O (California Amateur Mixed Martial Arts Organization), every strike and grappling exchange sharpened fight fans’ visibility on their desire to discover success. The contests that stood out, as if in high-definition versus standard resolution, were awarded NorCal MMA’s Knockout of the Night, Submission of the Night, and Fight of the Night.

Knockout of the Night: Erick Pierre

 

 

 

 

Submission of the Night: Nick Maximov

 

 

 

 

Fight of the Night: Khari Snowden and Khai Wu

 

 

 

 

 

209 Beatdown 3’s results include:

Daniel Compton defeated Jared Velasquez by way of TKO in round 1 (1:53) to retain the 209 Beatdown Light Heavyweight Title

Brandon Olson defeated Frank Farmer by way of unanimous decision to claim the 209 Beatdown Lightweight Title

Khari Snowden defeated Khai Wu by way of split-decision to claim the 209 Beatdown interim Featherweight Title

David Dzasokhov defeated Chris Burton by way of unanimous decision to claim the 209 Beatdown Featherweight Title

Diego Zuria defeated Anthony Lopez by way of TKO in round 1 (1:58)

Nick Maximov defeated Nick Davis by way of triangle choke in round 1 (:39)

Solomon Valentine defeated Ismael Carranza by way of TKO in round 3 (1:34)

Wayne Just defeated Kyle Davalos by way of TKO in round 1 (:22)

Fredy Calvo defeated Jarell Thomas by way of TKO in round 2 (1:11)

Conan Orozco defeated Josh Casem by way of TKO in round 3 (1:21)

Erick Pierre defeated Philip Schwartz by way of KO in round 1 (:14)

David Sok defeated David Vu by way of KO in round 1 (1:38)

209 Beatdown will return to the heart of Stockton on January 6, 2018 for 209 Beatdown 4.

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209 Beatdown 3 *Live Results*

JR Entertainment returns to the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium on August 19, 2017 to serve an evening of amateur mixed martial arts with a card, entitled 209 Beatdown 3, sure to charm an MMA enthusiast at any level.

Four championship belts balance on baited breath in the third installment of the young promotion. The upcoming event will pair prospects throughout Northern California to emerge with—whether victorious or not—invaluable experience.

Keep up with the play-by-play and other live updates of Dragon House 26 by following along on Twitter or Facebook: @norcalfightmma.

209 Beatdown 3’s results include:

Khai Wu vs. Khari Snowden for the interim 209 Beatdown Featherweight Title

  • Results: Snowden def. Wu via split-decision

Frank Farmer vs. Brandon Olson for the vacant 209 Beatdown Lightweight Title

  • Results: Olson def. Farmer via unanimous decision

Daniel Compton vs. Jared Velasquez for the vacant 209 Beatdown Light Heavyweight Title

  • Results: Compton def. Velasquez via TKO in round 1 (1:53)

Chris Burton vs. David Dzasokhov for the 209 Beatdown Featherweight Title

  • Results: Dzasokhnov def. Burton via unanimous decision

Anthony Lopez vs. Diego Zuria in the middleweight division

  • Results: Zuria def. Lopez via TKO in round 1 (1:58)

Nick Maximov vs. Nick Davis in the light heavyweight division

  • Results: Maximov def. Davis via triangle choke in round 1 (:39)

Ismael Carranza vs. Solomon Valentine in the middleweight division

  • Results: Valentine def. Carranza via TKO in round 3 (1:34)

Wayne Just vs. Kyle Davalos in the welterweight division

  • Results: Just def. Davalos via TKO in round 1 (:22)

Jarell Thomas vs. Fredy Calvo in the lightweight division

  • Results: Calvo def. Thomas via TKO in round 2 (1:11)

Josh Casem vs. Conan Orozco in the featherweight division

  • Results: Orozco def. Casem via TKO in round 3 (1:21)

Philip Schwartz vs. Erick Pierre in the bantamweight division

  • Results: Pierre def. Schwartz via KO in round 1 (:14)

David Sok vs. David Vu in the flyweight division

  • Results: Sok def. Vu via KO in round 1 (1:38)

209 Beatdown 3: Preview

JR Entertainment returns to the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium on August 19, 2017 to serve an evening of amateur mixed martial arts with a card, entitled 209 Beatdown 3, sure to charm an MMA enthusiast at any level.

Four championship belts balance on baited breath in the third installment of the young promotion. The upcoming event will pair prospects throughout Northern California to emerge with—whether victorious or not—invaluable experience.

According to camomma.org (link here), 209 Beatdown 3’s lineup reads as:

Khai Wu vs. Khari Snowden for the interim 209 Beatdown Featherweight Title

Frank Farmer vs. Brandon Olson for the vacant 209 Beatdown Lightweight Title

Daniel Compton vs. Konosha Saunders for the vacant 209 Beatdown Light Heavyweight Title

Chris Burton vs. David Dzasokhov for the 209 Beatdown Featherweight Title

Anthony Lopez vs. Diego Zuria in the middleweight division

Nick Maximov vs. Nick Davis in the light heavyweight division

Ismael Carranza vs. Keith Cuyno in the middleweight division

Wayne Just vs. Kyle Davalos in the welterweight division

Jarell Thomas vs. Fredy Calvo in the lightweight division

Solomon Valentine vs. Dominic Hill in the lightweight division

Josh Casem vs. Conan Orozco in the featherweight division

Philip Schwartz vs. Erick Pierre in the bantamweight division

David Sok vs. Dareld Phillips in the flyweight division

From VIP tables to floor seats to all the way in the balcony, the venue is stuffed with enthusiasm to push those pursuing their dreams. To reserve a seat of your own, go to: www.eventbrite.com/e/209beatdown-iii-extreme-cage-fighting.

559 Fights 58: Recap & Results

The line differentiating a professional mixed martial artist from that of an amateur was blurred at 559 Fights’ fifty-eighth event, 559 Fights 58: Cantu vs. Zonfrello.

Due to the collaboration between the executives at 559 Fights and FloCombat.com, three championship bouts and a cast of well-crafted talent were streamed live from Fresno, California’s historic Tower Theater.

NorCal MMA’s Performance of the Night Awards

Each athlete featured at 559 Fights 58 demonstrated their willingness to be carried from the cage on their shield, but several performances stretched eyes just a little bit wider or dropped jaws just a little bit further than the rest. NorCal MMA’s selections of Submission of the Night, Knockout of the Night, and Fight of the Night include:

Submission of the Night: Nick Maximov

 

 

 

 

 

Knockout of the Night: Devon Brock

 

 

 

 

Fight of the Night: Ricky Galvez and Jacob Conde

559 Fights 58’s Results:

Matt Zonfrello defeated Leo Cantu by way of unanimous decision for the C.A.M.O State Heavyweight Title

Emilio Horta defeated Matt Reed by way of guillotine in round 1 for the vacant 559 Fights Lightweight Title

Andrew Chatman defeated Joseph Gaceta by way of TKO in round 1 for the vacant C.A.M.O State Light Heavyweight Title

Enoch McCottrell defeated Edward Perez III by way of unanimous decision.

Josh Bowling defeated Hipolito Leon by way of unanimous decision.

Joseph Robinson defeated Bruno Barba by way of unanimous decision.

Ricky Galvez defeated Jacob Conde by way of unanimous decision.

Ryan Attebury defeated Issac Chacon by way of KO in round 1.

Devon Brock defeated Eric Abril by way of KO in round 2.

Jared Velasquez defeated Jesse Vazquez by way of guillotine in round 1.

Nick Maximov defeated Bako Ambonisye by way of triangle choke in round 1.

On September 16, 2017, 559 Fights travels to the Visalia Convention Center for 559 Fights 59. To follow the construction of the next card, stay close to 559fights.com.

559 Fights *Live Results*

Fifty-seven events in the history books, but the upcoming chapter of 559 Fights, 559 Fights 58: Cantu vs. Zonfrello, penned by the all-amateur promotion’s executives will provide an unforgettable plot of physical prowess amongst the region’s up-and-comers.

The familiar setting of the Tower Theater in Fresno, California and cast of rich talent synonymous with 559 Fights will be streamed on August 11, 2017 through FloCombat.com.

Keep up with the play-by-play and other live updates of 559 Fights 58 by following along on Twitter or Facebook: @norcalfightmma.

559 Fights 58’s results include:

Leo Cantu vs. Matt Zonfrello for the C.A.M.O State Heavyweight Title

  • Results: Zonfrello def. Cantu via unanimous decision

Matt Reed vs. Emilio Horta for the vacant 559 Fights Lightweight Title

  • Results: Horta def. Reed via guillotine in round 1

Andrew Chatman vs. Joseph Gaceta for the vacant 559 Fights Light Heavyweight Title

  • Results: Chatman def. Gaceta via TKO in round 1

Enoch McCottrell vs. Edward Perez III in the featherweight division

  • Results: McCottrell def. Perez via unanimous decision

Hipolito Leon vs. Josh Bowling in the lightweight division

  • Results: Bowling def. Leon via unanimous decision

Bruno Barba vs. Joseph Robinson in the lightweight division

  • Results: Robinson def. Barba via unanimous decision

Ricky Galvez vs. Jacob Conde in the super heavyweight division

  • Results: Galvez def. Conde via unanimous decision

Issac Chacon vs. Ryan Attebury in the bantamweight division

  • Results: Attebury def. Chacon via KO in round 1

Devon Brock vs. Eric Abril in the middleweight division

  • Results: Brock def. Abril via KO in round 2

Jesse Vazquez vs. Jared Velasquez in the light heavyweight division

  • Results: Velasquez def. Vazquez via guillotine in round 1

Bako Ambonisye vs. Nick Maximov in the middleweight division

  • Results: Maximov def. Ambonisye via triangle choke in round 1

559 Fights 58: Preview

Fifty-seven events in the history books, but the upcoming chapter of 559 Fights, 559 Fights 58: Cantu vs. Zonfrello, penned by the all-amateur promotion’s executives will provide an unforgettable plot of physical prowess amongst the region’s up-and-comers.

The familiar setting of the Tower Theater in Fresno, California and cast of rich talent synonymous with 559 Fights will be streamed on August 11, 2017 through FloCombat.com.

According to camomma.org (link here), 559 Fights 58 will feature:

Leo Cantu vs. Matt Zonfrello for the C.A.M.O State Heavyweight Title

Matt Reed vs. Emilio Horta for the vacant 559 Fights Lightweight Title

Andrew Chatman vs. Joseph Gaceta for the vacant 559 Fights Light Heavyweight Title

Enoch McCottrell vs. Edward Perez III in the featherweight division

Hipolito Leon vs. Josh Bowling in the lightweight division

Bruno Barba vs. Joseph Robinson in the lightweight division

Ricky Galvez vs. Jacob Conde in the super heavyweight division

Morris Aldaco vs. David Conte in the featherweight division

Issac Chacon vs. Ryan Attebery in the bantamweight division

Devon Brock vs. Eric Abril in the middleweight division

Jesse Vazquez vs. Jared Velasquez in the light heavyweight division

Bako Ambonisye vs. Nick Maximov in the middleweight division

Whether you reside within the boundaries of ‘The Golden State,’ or beyond, 559 Fights 58 is accessible to all. For more information about how start your weekend with a bang, visit: 559fights.com.