Travis "The Terror" Clark vs. Hector "El Toro" Urbina 2012 NAAFX on GFL.tv http://www.gfl.tv/event/gofightlive/Fight/MMA/NAAFS--Caged-Fury-17/1488 Follow GFL Website: http://bit.do/GFLHome Facebook: http://bit.do/GFLFB Twitter: http://bit.do/GFLTwitter YouTube: http://bit.do/GFLYT Best KO's: http://bit.do/bestGFLKOs watch video >>
http://www.gfl.tv/Events/Fight/MMA/NAAFS__Caged_Fury_17/1488 The North American Allied Fight Series (NAAFS) returned on GFL.tv with "Caged Fury 17" at the Community Center at Mylan Park in Morgantown, West Virginia. The 11-bout card was highlighted by a NAAFS title fight and featured 7 finishes. In the main event, a new NAAFS Pro Middleweight Champion was crowned as Bellator veteran Hector Urbina (17-6-1) from Team El Toro/Team Wolfpack defeated former champion Travis Clark (12-1) from Evolve MMA/Wolfs Lair by guillotine choke in round one giving Clark the first defeat in his career. Urbina threw an overhand right to start the fight, but Clark ducked it and worked relentlessly for a takedown. Urbina was able to block the attempt in the beginning, but Clark was determined and got Urbina to the mat. From there, Urbina applied a guillotine choke on the bottom and it was tight as Clark tapped out. Urbina has now finished 14 of his opponents via KO or submission and has jumped out of the watch video >>
Hector "Kid Alex" faces Oscar "The Terror" Ramirez in a fight to determine the first-ever WFC Flyweight Champion. From WFC 13. watch video >>
Michael "Kid Godzilla" Nakagawa faces Oscar "The Terror" Ramirez in this Flyweight fight from WFC 10. watch video >>
Tom "The Terror" English vs. Anthony Facchini Ring of Combat 38
Ring of Combat returned to a sold out venue at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey for ROC XXXVIII. This event had another stacked lineup, something Ring of Combat has become synonymous with, as 4 titles were up for grabs. ROC continues to be the kingpin of East Coast MMA and this 13-bout card once again was a testament to ROC's dominance in the Tri-State area. All of the fighters wore their hearts on their sleeves, especially the fighters in the championship bouts, as 3 of the 4 title fights ended in KO or submission.
In the main event, Nordine Taleb (4-1) upset Pete Sell (9-6) by KO in Round 2 to win the ROC Welterweight Championship. The former Champion, Sell, was considered a heavy favorite coming into the bout, but Taleb was riding a 3-fight win streak coming into the night and made it 4 for 4 with the stunning KO of the UFC veteran Sell. Taleb, who trains at the famed Tristar Gym in Mo watch video >>
Travis Browne fights Mychal Clark at Bellator Fighting Championship Week 10. watch video >>