TPF 33: Results & Recap

Thirty-three events in the memory bank, and Tachi Palace Fights (TPF) continues to intrigue MMA fans for the future.

At TPF 33, the promotion attempted to crown a new champ at 135-pounds, sifted out which heavyweights will meet at TPF 34 for the title, and reminded its audience, either sitting inside the Tachi Palace Casino and Hotel’s Bingo Hall or streaming the show live on YouTube, of the region’s wealth of experience in the sport.

Though two bantamweights, Rolando Velasco and Rodrigo LIma, entered the TPF cage to claim ownership of the vacant TPF Bantamweight Title, Lima, unfortunately, forfeited himself from earning a twelve-pound trophy around his waist because he didn’t reach the necessary limit at the scale.

Along with sorting out the top of the heap in a lighter weight class, TPF’s executives pieced together a four-man tournament to determine who would compete for TPF’s heavyweight strap at TPF 34. Mohammed Usman and Mitchell Sipe, highly-touted prospects, finished their opposition in the first-frame and met face-to-face before doing so again in early 2018.

NorCal MMA’s Performances of the Night

Each of the nine bouts on TPF’s card scored a ten in the eyes of those beyond the cage’s walls, but several performances, which norcalmixedmartialarts.com awarded Fight of the Night, Knockout of the Night, and Submission of the Night, were off the charts.

Fight of the Night: Ysidro Gutierrez and Art Hernandez

Submission of the Night: Rodrigo Lima

Knockout of the Night: Evan Solorio

TPF 33’s results include:

Rodrigo Lima defeated Rolando Velasco by way of guillotine in round 2.

Tony Llamas defeated Sergio Quinones by way of KO in round 2 (1:43).

Mitchell Sipe defeated Chris Lewis by way of KO in round 3 (1:13).

Fard Muhammad defeated Drake Boen by way of unanimous decision.

Lamar Reed defeated Ray Cervera by way of unanimous decision.

Ysidro Gutierrez defeated Art Hernandez by way of unanimous decision.

Muhammed Usman defeated Van Palacio by way of TKO in round 1.

Jose Avalos defeated Devon Chavez by way of doctor’s stoppage in round 1.

Evan Solorio defeated Garrett Marks by way of KO in round 1 (:28).

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TPF 33 *Live Results*

The front office at Tachi Palace Fights (TPF) finalized their upcoming event—TPF 33, a mid-week melee set for November 2, 2017, which is so stacked with talent: MMA enthusiasts are clamoring for the curtain to close on the weekend. TPF 33 will be streamed from the belly of Tachi Palace Casino & Hotel in Lemoore, California to YouTube (link here), and the fourteen gladiators slated on the card would suggest: missing TPF’s latest edition would be more frightening than any ghouls or goblins experienced only days prior.

Keep up with the play-by-play and other live updates at TPF 33 by following along on Twitter or Facebook: @norcalfightmma.

Rolando Velasco vs. Rodrigo Lima in the bantamweight division

  • Results: Lima def. Velasco by way of guillotine in round 2

Tony Llamas vs. Sergio Quinones in the featherweight division

  • Results: Llamas def. Quinones by way of TKO in round 2 (1:43)

Chris Lews vs. Mitchell Sipe in the heavyweight division

  • Results: Sipe def. Lewis by way of KO in round 3 (1:13)

Fard Muhammad vs. Drake Boen in the featherweight division

  • Results: Muhammad def. Boen by way of unanimous decision

Lamar Reed vs. Ray Cervera in the welterweight division

  • Results: Reed def. Cervera by way of unanimous decision

Ysidro Gutierrez vs. Art Hernandez in the lightweight division

  • Results: Gutierrez def. Hernandez by way of unanimous decision

Van Palacio vs. Mohammed Usman in the heavyweight division

  • Results: Usman def. Palacio by way of TKO in round 1

Devon Chavez vs. Jose Avalos in the featherweight division

  • Results: Avalos def. Chavez by way of doctor’s stoppage in round 1

Evan Solorio vs. Garrett Marks in the welterweight division

  • Results: Solorio def. Marks by way of KO in round 1 (:28)

 

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Dragon House 27: Preview

Dragon House MMA, the Bay Area’s longest tenured promotion, will, once again, fill the Kezar Pavilion on November 18, 2017 for their latest attraction: Dragon House 27.

Twenty pairs of mixed martial artists, both amateur and professional, will showcase the talent scattered throughout Northern California. According to dragonhousemma.com, Dragon House 27 will feature:

Professionals

Brandon Laroco vs. Adin Duenas at a catchweight (140-pounds)

Marcus Gaines vs. Ahmed White in the middleweight division

Victor Tirado vs. Alex Takuma Yocum in the lightweight division

Adam Cruz vs. Victor Jones in the featherweight division

Kailan Hill vs. Brandon Hester in the middleweight division

Hugo Lujan vs. Nikko Jackson in the lightweight division

Antoine Smith vs. Mikey Gonzalez in the welterweight division

Luis Vasgas vs. Abraham Vaesau in the welterweight division

DeMarco Villalona Jr. vs. Wesley McCracken in the middleweight division

Albert Tapia vs. Anthony Do  at a catchweight (120-pounds)

Dyllan Snavely vs. Eduardo Perez in the heavyweight division

David Mitchell vs. Diego Herzog in a BJJ No Gi Super Fight

Amateurs

Giovanni Rosales vs. Carlos Maturana in the lightweight division

Michele Baiano vs. Anthony Figueroa in the lightweight division

Jaime Abadam vs. Ulysses Molina at a catchweight (140-pounds)

Stacy Moran vs. Veronica Mendoza in the strawweight division

Enrique Karenga vs. Darius Ayers in the featherweight division

Aaron Armijo vs. Aireon Tavares in the welterweight division

Joseph Corona vs. Brady Green in the lightweight division

Leo Leon vs. David Solorzano in the featherweight division

For tickets to Dragon House 27 or access to the the live stream, visit: dragonhousemma.com.

War FC 1: Preview

On November 18, a battleground will be constructed and blood is expected to fertilize the soil when War Fighting Championship releases two amateur mixed martial artists at a time from their corner to collide with the force of an atom bomb in the heart of the Modesto Centre Plaza.

As posted at camomma.org (link here), War FC 1 includes:

Richard Treas vs. TBD in the heavyweight division

Ron Monahan vs. Nicholas Jurich in the cruiserweight division

Ryan Yates vs. TBD in the cruiserweight division

Salvador Martinez vs. Jared Velasquez in the middleweight division

Aaron Jimenez vs. Ismael Carranza in the middleweight division

Andres Villanueva vs. Edgar Rivera in the lightweight division

Chris Mitchell vs. Nicholas Sanchez in the lightweight division

Jerome Auttrey vs. TBD in the featherweight division

Shane Torres vs. Raul Godinez in the bantamweight division

Laura Anderson vs. Amanda Preciado in the bantamweight division

Nathan Gresham vs. David Vu in the flyweight division

Mike Tubera vs. Erick Pierre in the flyweight division

For more information and tickets to War FC 1, go to: www.eventbrite.com/e/war-fc-1-tickets.