IFC Penticton Results: Travis Wiuff wins Heavyweight Strap
International Fighting Championships were in Penticton, British Columbia last Saturday, August 15. The main event was for the IFC Heavyweight title featuring former UFC fighter Travis Wiuff and Tracy “The Pitbull” Willis. Wiuff, the current IFC Cruiserweight champ, moved up in weight to take a shot at the vacant IFC Heavyweight belt. The former owner of the Heavyweight title was the late Justin Eilers. Travis Wiuff was able to pull off the victory. Tracy Willis, who is legally deaf, made it out of the first round but succumbed to strikes in the second. Wiuff now owns two belts from the IFC.
The card also featured a Canadian Welterweight championship. Jake MacDonald from Team Toshido took home the strap after defeating Okanagan Valley’s Travis Wright. In women’s MMA action, Spokane’s Julianna Pena forced the referee to step in to save Robyn Dunne in the first round.
Here are the full results:
Travis Wiuff defeats Tracy Willis by TKO (Tapout due to Strikes) in Round 2, 1:46
*** Wiuff wins IFC Heavyweight title
Jake MacDonald defeats Travis Wright by TKO in Round 2, 4:47
*** MacDonald wins the IFC Canadian Welterweight title
Clay Davidson submitted Matt Baker by Guillotine Choke in Round 1, 2:47
Julianna Pena defeated Robyn Dunne by TKO (Strikes) in Round 1,
Tony King defeated Mark Dobie by KO in Round 1, 1:49
Mike Adams submitted Roy Bradshaw by Side Choke in Round 1, 3:59
Chris Day defeated Mark Delgato by KO in Round 1, 4:18
James Hanson submitted Rondel Roberts by Guillotine Choke in Round 1, 3:20.