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- 3 years ago
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MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant talks with Michael Madrid at the inaugural Samurai MMA Pro show in Culver City, CA and hears what he has to say about his win over Waachiim SpiritWolf. Michael trains at Wanderlei Silva's gym in Las Vegas and he lets us know why he relocated there from Alaska. He also lets us know why he was not originally on weight at the weigh-ins, and how he felt when it was time to fight.
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Fight Network recaps 'It's Showtime 2011: Madrid" featuring Karim Bennoui vs. Javier Hernandez from June 18 in Madrid, Spain. For additional coverage of kickboxing, MMA, boxnig and more check out THEFIGHTNETWORK.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/?fightnet or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/?FightNetwork watch video >>
Michael Madrid vs Zach Gonzales. Madrid came out with solid combinations that Gonzales answered by way of accurate counter punching. Both fighters threw solid knees in the clinch and Gonzales was able to drop Madrid for an eight count with an overhand right to end the round. Round two saw the fighters clinch early with Madrid using body punches and Gonzales favoring knees. Mid-round, Gonzales was again able to drop Madrid before the action stopped so Madrid could recover from an accidental low blow. Punch and kick combinations were used by both to end the round. Round three saw Gonzales able to push Madrid against the ropes and land an overhand right to get a knockdown and an eight count. The corner of Madrid indicated they wanted the bout stopped and the winner by TKO at 1:20 of round three was Zach Gonzales. watch video >>