Score Fighting Series Live Results: Alessio tops Healy

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Top MMA News is live at Hamilton Place Theatre in Hamilton, Ontario for the Score Fighting Series.  Here are the live results.

Main Card
John Alessio defeats Ryan Healy by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Josh Hill defeats Eric Wilson by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Forrest Petz defeats Sergey Juskevic by TKO (Referee Stoppage due to strikes) in Round 2, 3:25
Alex Ricci defeats Iraj Hadin by KO in Round 1, 3:16
Shane Campbell defeats Derek Boyle by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Lyndon Whitlock defeats Corey Houston by KO in Round 1, 4:28

Prelims
Jason Meisel defeats Mike Sledzion by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Elias Theodorou defeats Erik Herbert by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Adam Assenza defeats John Roche by TKO (Strikes / Verbal Tapout) in Round 1, 4:17
Craig Hudson defeats John McPherson by KO in Round 1, 0:57

66 Responses to “ Score Fighting Series Live Results: Alessio tops Healy ”

  1. M.F.M. says:

    What an awesome night of fights! Meisal, Campbell, Whitlock, and Hill all put on great fights and most importantly came home with the ‘W.’

    We felt that a lot of the online community was kind of doubting Lyndon for this fight, so I think that gave him the extra push to go out there and finish in impressive fashion like he did.

    Hill dominated once again. In this fight though it was pretty obvious he was trying to finish working constantly from top position and side control. Only problem was Eric Wilson is one tough s.o.b!!

    The Score ran a flawless show from the weigh-in s to the live event. All in all a great couple days were had by all.

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  2. Rory McDonell says:

    Great night of fights. Really like what the SFS is bringing to the table. Tremendously proud of Lyndon, Josh, and Miesel. They all showed up and did their job.
    Robin, great job as usual. Your commentating is great because its so obvious you love this sport!

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  3. woodrow james says:

    wow what a great weekend!!!!
    is forrest petz now everyones favourite fighter or what?

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  4. Jeff Harrison says:

    What a fantastic show. I have never been so excited like this the next day.. even when I fight myself! Petz’z comeback! Adam Assenza’s character and persona: wow that kid is marketable! Josh Hill’s fitness and relentless attack! Campbell/Boyle’s back and forth tilt ( 30-27 are you kidding???) was pretty wild! Alex Ricci’s focus and precision and CLASS.. Ricci is THE MAN! The main event was a little lack luster in comparison to the undercard IMO, but man what a night of fights!

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  5. ccanadx says:

    commentary and camera work was good. Who needs ufc? Love Canadian shows.

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  6. Gr8Won says:

    Great night of fight impressed with the entire show. Houston needs to learn to keep his hands up he was lighting Whitlock up until he got put to sleep.
    Thought it was a great decision to start the show off with the heavyweights, set the stage for the night.
    Definitely want to see Ricci and Hill take a step up in competition and make a push for the UFC both guys look like they are ready for it!

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  7. Bobby Karimi says:

    I think Ricci definitely took a step up in competition and boy did he impress.

    I’m waiting on the Craig “WAR DOG” Hudson crew to come on here and hype his next takeover bid :)

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  8. Robin Black says:

    Ricci fought a monster. Hadin is a bbbbBeast.

    He’ll probably ask for an even tougher fight next.

    He should take a couple weeks off. Kid overtrains like crazy and needs to be thinkin long term.

    Hill keeps getting better and he’ll want an even tougher one too.

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  9. Donald Duck says:

    Was this the Ricci that transitioned from a Muay Thai background? The same Ricci the “lost” a fight in the Contender Qualifying tournament?

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  10. Bring the Pain says:

    Id love to hype up The WarDog’s next fight against Peter Nolan in Freedom Fight ….but unfortunatly he suffered a wierd lacerstion right to the bone on the inside of his left middle finger…had to get stitches and was handed down a 60 day medical suspension…great knock out…wierd cut…even wierder suspension….

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  11. Bobby Karimi says:

    I’m starting to like the War Dog crew :)

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  12. Robin Black says:

    I’m down with The Dog crew man.

    Duck yes that’s the same Ricci.

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  13. Mrs. Sean Quinn says:

    Hmmm, thanks Robin.

    Why isn’t the guy who beat this Ricci fighting MMA? The guy must be a world killer.

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  14. Sean Quinn says:

    Baaaaahahaha, Duck has been outed!!!!

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  15. Jordan Small says:

    Great card and great weekend. Glad to have been a part of it!

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  16. Jeff Harrison says:

    It was controversial loss at Contender Asia Qualifier! He came back hard after being dropped with body shot early in the fight.. in the third he turned it up and KOed Jesse Miles with only a few seconds left. Everyone thought he won, but Mike Miles made an official appeal immediately and the rules of the governing body stated that you can be saved by the bell. So even though e was out cold he won the decision.. It was pretty unfortunate for Ricci and pretty cunning coaching skills and knowledge of the rules for Mike.

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