Alma Garcia Eric Prindle vs. Sam Shewmaker Bobby Gunn vs. These techniques were banned during the several rule changes which turned classical pugilism, or bare knuckle boxing, into the modern sport of boxing. This event also hosted the quarterfinals of a tournament to crown a Lightweight champion. Joey Beltran — Beltran def. Rawlings comes back with a 1-2 and they slug in the center.
Jason Knight via unanimous decision 48-47, 48-47, 48-46. Round two: Bedford lands a hard left hook early. Thompson trying to step in deep with basic punches and getting chewed up by a faster, more technical boxer. I watch a lot of movies. They trade in the center. Joey Beltran Round one: Both men staying tentative early. They stop it in the corner.
Bedford digging to the body, left hook by Mamalis. From the very start of the fight night, I could tell that these were not just some local regional fights. Clay Burns Reggie Barnett Jr. Dale Sopi — Jackson def. Michael McDonald Charles Bennett vs. Tony Lopez Jimmy Jennett vs.
Bruce Abramski Drew Lipton vs. Rumsey by unanimous decision Tony Lopez vs. Dale Sopi Jamie Campbell vs. Round one: Gunn scores a knockdown inside of ten seconds with a body shot. James Clayton Burns Diego Garijo vs. This form of combat was popular in Irish American ghettos in the United States in the late 19th century but was eclipsed in the community first by bare knuckle boxing and then later by regulation boxing.
Modern bouts have several changes from traditional gloved boxing rules. Hard right hand lands for him. Travis Thompson Round one: Barnett comes out swinging, stiff-arming Thompson in the clinch. Alma Garcia — Rawlings def. Round four: Left hook from Beltran to start. Maria Andraverde fight due to Andraverde competing in and losing a bout less than 30 days ago by way of technical knockout.
The record for the longest bare-knuckle fight is listed as 6 hours and 15 minutes for a match between James Kelly and Jonathan Smith, fought near Fiery Creek, Victoria, Australia, on December 3, 1855, when Smith gave in after 17 rounds. Rusty Crowder in a lightweight tournament semifinal via unanimous decision 50-44, 50-44, 50-44 Isaac Vallie-Flagg def. Avelar still slinging the overhand right, but to no success. Thompson ducking down, looking to clinch. It was a bout mired by clinching, crowd booing and Jackson — the much taller man — growing frustrated.
Everyone could tell that they were in for a great night of fights. Meanwhile, Lobov lost to in October to extend his losing streak to three. Marcel Stamps Johnny Bedford vs. Rodriguez lands a good uppercut on the ropes, then clinches again. Round four: More clinching shenanigans. Khalib Harris — 165 pounds, walk to cage by 9:05 p.
Beltran was cut early and had to have cutman Stitch Duran go to work. Arnold Adams Kendall Grove vs. Bruce Abramski Kendall Grove vs. Referee Bill Clancy called for a ringside physician but Bennett was quick to say he wanted to continue. This is pretty bad so far.
Nick Mamalis Round one: Mamalis with an early clinch. Tony Lopez Jimmy Jennett vs. Sheena Starr, walked to the squared circle in a shirt that depending on which side of the political fence you side, might please you, or might upset you. Rodriguez steps back into the clinch. Elvin Britto Aaron Brink vs.
Clay Burns Reggie Barnett Jr. Isaac Vallie-Flagg came forward, and kept the pressure on Randy Hedderick who appears to have broken a hand, maybe two, and has severe swelling under his right eye. The latter won the prize, as he hath done many before, being accounted, though but a little man, the best at that exercise in England. Michael Bissett Robert Morrow vs. Play next; Play now; Bare Knuckle Boxing: Elliptical Shoulder Rotation,Circular Power and Kinetic Energy by CombatConditioning. Michael Bissett Diego Garijo vs. Combat Sports, both of which went on hiatus, I decided to venture out on my own and enlist a staff of writers and photographers that could help me achieve my goal of telling stories that would otherwise go untold.