MFC 32: Bitter Rivals – Quick Results – Gouveia, McKee and McGillivray Take Home Victories

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Cody Rempel is in Edmonton for MFC 32: Bitter Rivals. The main card is being shown live oHDNet at 10pm et. Here are the quick results from tonight event.

Quick Results
Wilson Gouveia defeats Dwayne Lewis by TKO (Punches) in Round 2, 3:19

Antonio McKee defeats Brian Cobb by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Ryan McGillivray submits Diego Bautista by Armbar in Round 3, 2:25

Nathan Coy defeats Dhiego Lima by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Jamie Toney defeats Kyle Jackson by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27,30-27)

Dan Ring defeats James Haddad by Majority Decision (29-27, 28-28, 29-27)

Matt Jelly defeats Garrett Nybakken by Split Decision (29-28, 27-30, 29-28)

Brendan Kornberger defeats Allen Hope by TKO (Body Shots) in Round 1, 4:45

19 Responses to “ MFC 32: Bitter Rivals – Quick Results – Gouveia, McKee and McGillivray Take Home Victories ”

  1. Bobby Karimi says:

    Tko body shots, wtf!

    Was a bs stoppage. Allen got to turtle position (improving position), wasn’t cut or hurt and ate a couple shots while turtled and fight got stopped. Crap!

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  2. Demitri (trev) says:

    Agreed with bobby. Terrible call by the ref

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  3. Bobby Karimi says:

    Thanks man! Choked, Allen was showing good things.

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  4. TSM says:

    Congrats to Nathan Coy we are looking forward to the fight against Ryan McGillivray for the MFC Welter Weight Title.

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  5. Bobby Karimi says:

    Mckee vs Cobb was a damn good fight!

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  6. TSM says:

    I missed the McKee fight glad it was a good one

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  7. Pete says:

    Nate Coy should kill McGillavary

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  8. Bobby Karimi says:

    Yea I think Coy will dominate that match up.

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  9. Jamie Locke says:

    Great performance by Dan Ring, very active, very confident. Haddad looked like he had alot more in the tank than what he gave. Good win for Ring, lets see him fight Demarce next? 28-28?

    Jamie Toney looked very dominant, surprised he didn’t get the finish in the first or second. Jackson is a tough dude, what heart at the end of the third!

    Coy took that first round handily, although he had his chin high, mouth open and guard hanging half way out of his mouth the whole time. Coy made Lima look scared weak and tired, first time I’ve ever seen him like that… Outstanding wrestling clinic by Coy.

    Beauty arm bar from the Kid! Very quick. It’ll be interesting to see how he does against Coy for the title, Coy showed tonight that he’s still got it. I imagine Pav was hoping for The Kid vs Lima though, more fan friendly. (kinda weird getting blood on your daughter no?)

    No post fight from McKee? (F you, f you, f you, you’re cool and f you, I’m out!)

    I never thought we’d see Gouvea beat D-Bomb on the feet!

    Good show tonight!

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  10. Bobby Karimi says:

    Agree Toney looked very good, I thought he had the fight over a few times.

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  11. the dude says:

    how was the main event?

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  12. Bobby Karimi says:

    Leg kicks seemed to do damage to Dwayne’s leg, once that happened he was trying to fight as a one-legged man. Gouveia got fight to ground, took his back a bit then gnp for the finish.

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  13. TSM says:

    All in all this was another great event,

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  14. Jamon says:

    Not a bad card but then mfc lacks a real star, they got to take a risk and sign a rumble Johnson vs marquart fight, so what ifthe winner goes back to the show, it’s time pav goes into a rebuild mode cause at this point he’s stuck in a rut

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  15. thatguy says:

    Agreed, There is no real star there right now. Pavelich keeps putting too much stock in the wrong guys. Good examples are Diego Lima and Dwyane Lewis. Its like he counts on them a little too much. Limas brother is legit but Diego obviously suffered from overinflated ego. Lewis…enough said, every time he fights any talent he loses(Newton, Jimmo, Gouveia). Am I the only guy who sees this? Lewis has no talent. He hangs around hoping to crank a guy in the head. Any fighter can do that. I get hes got some small town groupies that follow him around but come on. Enough with Pavelich trying to hand him the title, he doesn’t deserve it and clearly doesn’t have the talent to get it. Don’t want to slam here but it drives me crazy with all the knock out talk. Of course if that’s the only way you can hope to win what else would you say. Well let the Lewis ball licking begin.

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  16. Jelly says:

    That guy is obviously that guy. Go train buddy. That is all.

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  17. thatguy says:

    Hey Jelly, this forum is to discuss fights, fighters and our opinions about them not the people posting. If it hurts your feelings I’m sorry

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  18. Demitri (trev) says:

    I’m a big Lewis fan, more as a person because he is a great guy. But I do agree, Pav puts to much stock in a guy like him. He is exciting, you always want to see the big knock out and guys who can get you on the edge of your seat. I wish him well!

    Jamon is bang on to. Mfc does need a big name. Heading a show with mcgilvery, even though he’s good and I like him. Is tough to match against aggression when they got the top locals. This card won’t compare to aggressions show in a few weeks, not even close

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  19. Jamie Locke says:

    With all things concidered leading up to this show, I think it went really well. I was entertained by every fight. The post fight interview guy was horrible as always, but the production went pretty well.

    I don’t think the MFC needs a star to base their shows off of, I think they would be really successful if they didn’t bother with the titles at all. If Pav could just ditch his pride and settle for being a feeder organization for the big show than he could continue to sign names, put together solid match ups, include local guys on the card and put on great shows.

    The only thing I don’t like about the MFC is the drama with Pav and his ever changing roster. There is so much talent out there that the MFC can continue to see lots of success by strictly putting on good fights and getting locals, up and comers and guys trying to get back to the big show some TV exposure through HD NET.

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