The main event of FSF 16 made it through all five rounds and in the end it was Josh Wick that was crowned the new FSF Lightweight Champion picking up a unanimous decision victory over Hamilton Ash.
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The night's co-main event went the distance and saw Javier Obregon pick up the unanimous decision victory over Casey Johnson.
Billy Carothers picked up the win over Paul Crawford via rear naked at 2:37 of the first round.
Using a rear naked choke, Kyle Frost submitted Jacob Hauck at 2:29 of the first round to remain perfect at 2-0, including a 4-0 amateur career.
In only amateur bout of the night, it was a majority decision win in favor of Faith Davis over Riley Timmons.
In his pro debut, it took Michael Garcia just 1:04 into round 2 to lock in a guillotine choke to submit David Rangel.
In the headlining fight of the amateur undercard, John Boy McComas only took :30 to KO Vincent De La Fuente for the win
It was the quickest fight of the night, and the fastest KO in FSF history! It only took Kyle Frost :07 to knockout Aldyn Ashcraft for the win.
In the only fight of that night that went the distance, Tim Cameron picked up the win via a unanimous decisions (30-25, 28-27, 29-27) over Jose Martinez
In the main event of FSF 10, Vince Morales captured the vacant FSF Featherweight title defeating Andrew Cruz with a KO at 1:36 of the third round.
In the co-main event of FSF 10, Shino VanHoose was successful in her hometown debut defeating Sarah Lagerstrom via TKO at 1:36 of the second round.