Who Wins this Weekend’s Fights?


There are some great fights happening this weekend in Ontario and British Columbia with the Score Fighting Series, Caged Rage, and Fivestar Fight League all holding shows.

Here are some of the better fights on the weekend.  Who do you see winning?

Chris Horodecki (18-4-1) vs. Brad Cardinal (16-8)
Score Fighting Series – Sarnia – October 19
After a 1-1-1 run at Bellator Fighting Championship, the Polish Hammer moves up to 150lbs to fight Brad Cardinal at a catchweight.  Horodecki is best known for his IFL and WEC runs, but has struggle as of late.  He rebounded from a terrible start against Mike Corey to earn a draw and then suffered a KO against Mike Richman in his most recent bouts.  Cardinal is on a two fight winning streak and most recently defeated Travis Briere in April.  A win over Horodecki would propel Cardinal back into the Lightweight Top 10.  Horodecki could return to the Top 10 as well with a win over Cardinal.  Who will win the SFS main event?

Who will win the SFS Sarnia main event: Chris Horodecki or Brad Cardinal?

  • Chris Horodecki (18-4-1) (61%, 104 Votes)
  • Brad Cardinal (16-8) (39%, 66 Votes)

Total Voters: 170

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John Fraser (10-4) vs. Tyler Toner (13-4)
Score Fighting Series – Sarnia – October 19
Fresh off his first loss in three years, “The Haggis Basher” will step right back into the cage against another one of the toughest tests of his career in UFC veteran Tyler Toner. Fraser, a head coach at Supreme Martial Arts, is currently ranked as the fifth ranked Bantamweight but will now return to his former weight of 145 lbs and will look to regain his former form that won him the W-1 Featherweight title and Wreck Bantamweight title. Toner, a member of the Grudge Training Center, is a WEC and UFC veteran who has scored big wins over Nick Mamalis and Brandon Visher. Both men are proven finishers with Fraser ending all ten of his wins between the bells – 9 by way if sub and 1 by TKO while Toner ended 7 of his 13 wins by TKO and 3 by way of submission. Both men enter this contest on the heels of a loss and now look to Sarnia, Ontario to give their careers a rebirth.

Who will win between John Fraser (10-4) vs. Tyler Toner (13-4)?

  • John Fraser (10-4) (69%, 49 Votes)
  • Tyler Toner (13-4) (31%, 22 Votes)

Total Voters: 71

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Lyndon Whitlock (7-2) vs. Rick Glenn (11-2)
Score Fighting Series – Sarnia – October 19
In the last SFS event Rick Glenn impressed everyone with his second round TKO while Whitlock was forced to watch from the VIP seats as his opponent pulled out the day before. Now, two months later, they meet in the co-main event to see who is the top 145 lbs dog in the Score Fighting Series. Glenn, who trains out of Roufusport, is currently riding a nine fight unbeaten streak and demonstrated superb striking technique and speed in his handling of Tristan Johnson last fight. Whitlock, a man of many camps in the GTA of late, bounced back after a disappointing loss to the aforementioned Johnson with a highlight reel KO of Cory Houston. Now everyone knows MMA math never works out, so this will definitely not be a walk through for Glenn. Whitlock will bring tremendous top control and unmatched striking power to cage, while Glenn’s speed and technique could pose problem for Lyndon. It will either be Glenn who hits first or Whitlock who lands last – either way the fans will be the big winner in this one!

Who will win between Lyndon Whitlock (7-2) vs. Rick Glenn (11-2)?

  • Rick Glenn (11-2) (51%, 33 Votes)
  • Lyndon Whitlock (7-2) (49%, 32 Votes)

Total Voters: 65

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Jesse Gross (6-3) vs. Seiji Sugiman-Marangos (5-1)
Score Fighting Series – Sarnia – October 19
Two of Ontario’s most promising Featherweights will meet in Sarnia to determine who is ready to take the next step in their career. Sugiman-Marangos, a Shah Franco/Innercity MMA product, is currently riding a four fight win streak but has been fairly inactive of late. Gross, a protege of ATC, was a terror on the regional Ontario scene and quickly amassed a 6-0 record before an 0-3 skid reared its ugly head in the tail end of 2011. Both men have been inactive since 2011 and look to restart their careers when they face off across the ring. For Sugiman-Marangos, this bout is way to put his name on the Canadian Featherweight map as a solid record is one thing but a signature win can get you noticed quick. Gross will be looking to reinvent himself at Featherweight and find his former form that allowed him to capture six wins a row all by way of TKO. It will be Gross’ wrestling versus Sugiman-Marangos sub game and only one man will be smiling at the end.

Who will win between Jesse Gross (6-3) vs. Seiji Sugiman-Marangos (5-1)?

  • Jesse Gross (6-3) (71%, 48 Votes)
  • Seiji Sugiman-Marangos (5-1) (29%, 20 Votes)

Total Voters: 68

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Jordan Beecroft (4-0) vs. Brad Stewart (4-2)
Fivestar Fight League 2 – Prince George – October 19
Prince George, British Columbia MMA fans will be treated to a tremendous tussle when Beecroft and Stewart face off in the FFL cage. Beecroft, a member of Champions Choice MMA, currently sports an unblemished 4-0 record with wins over the likes of Cory Tosoff and Jared McComb. Stewart, a Fort Saint John, BC native, started off his professional career with a bang – going 4-0 scoring wins over Allen Hope and Elmer Waterhen before a two fight losing skid had him take time away from the cage. Both men seem to enjoy ending fights quick and violently evident by both having two TKO finishes in the first five minutes. Come October 19th, fans will witness who is the top Middleweight prospect to come out of British Columbia and who will take that next step in their career.

Who will win between Jordan Beecroft (4-0) vs. Brad Stewart (4-2)?

  • Jordan Beecroft (4-0) (63%, 25 Votes)
  • Brad Stewart (4-2) (38%, 15 Votes)

Total Voters: 40

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Chad Freeman (7-4) vs. Cleber Luciano (6-4)
Fivestar Fight League 2 – Prince George – October 19
After going on a six wins in seven fights streak, Chad Freeman headed south to California to fight Joe Condon and lost for the first time since 2009.  Now the Californian comes to Canada as old school Cleber Luciano heads to Prince George.  Despite a 6-4 record, Luciano is a tough opponent.  A Royler Gracie student and Tito Ortiz’ BJJ and Judo coach.  Freeman will have his hand’s full against Luciano whose last two losses came at the hands of Evan Dunham and Chris Saunders.

Who will win Chad Freeman (7-4) vs. Cleber Luciano (6-4)?

  • Chad Freeman (7-4) (54%, 20 Votes)
  • Cleber Luciano (6-4) (46%, 17 Votes)

Total Voters: 37

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Clay Davidson (5-3) vs. Tony King (4-4)
Caged Rage 6 – Castlegar – October 20
Clay Davidson drops to 185 to fight the unbeaten Casey Ryan after losing two in a row at Light-Heavyweight.  Those two losses came at the hands of tough opposition – Robert Drysdale and Jesse Taylor.  His Middleweight debut will also be against a journeyman fighter who has never won, or lost, two consecutive fights.

Who will win between Clay Davidson (5-3) vs. Tony King (4-4)?

  • Clay Davidson (5-3) (85%, 35 Votes)
  • Tony King (4-4) (15%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 41

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2 Responses to “ Who Wins this Weekend’s Fights? ”

  1. Updated Clay Davidson’s opponent.

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  2. Gus says:

    Where’s the button to click saying Joel Paquette is going to win?

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