AFC 19: Undisputed – Recap

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AFC-THUMBAggression Fighting Championships hosted a stacked fight card tonight before a rabid crowd at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta including huge cheering sections for Dwayne Lewis and KB Bhullar. With half a dozen top ten ranked fighters and a pair of title fights, the crowd definitely got their money’s worth. With big wins by the likes of Ryan Ford, Jesse Ronson and Jason Saggo we’re sure to see some movement in the rankings in the upcoming months.

  • Fight of the Night: Jesse Ronson vs. Shane Campbell
  • Submission of the Night: Ryan Ford
  • Knockout of the Night: Steve Dubeck


Ryan Ford vs. Mike Hill
Round 1: Ford looks for a jumping front kick and a pair of solid rights. Hill looks to land a combo and Ford catches a leg kick and gets the big throw landing in side control. Ford lands a short elbow and passes to full mount looking to sink the choke. Ford lands hammer fists and big punches. Before they get back to their feet. Hill looks for a guillotine and Ford easily pulls his head free. Hill chips away with some little shots before being taken back down to half guard. Ford lands a quick elbow and Hill gets back to his feet but Ford lands a big knee up the middle and a hard slam and takes the back. Ford lands rights and a big elbow and Hill stands up with Ford still on his back. Ford works for the rear naked choke as time expires. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Ford

Round 2: They trade shots and Hill connects with a pair of leg kicks and a wild overhand right that just falls short. Hill connects with a shot and Ford responds with a leg kick and shoots in for a single and gets the trip takedown. Hill pops right back up and lands a knee before looking for a single. Hill gets to side control and lands an elbow followed by a guillotine attempt. Ford escapes and ends up in half guard where he delivers a trip of elbows and looks for a rear naked choke but is unable to sink the second hook. Ford lands some short elbows and tries to pass but Hill is able to retain half guard as the round comes to an end. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Ford

Round 3: Ford opens with a kick to the body and a leg kick and finally a head kick. Hill looks for a combo but Ford ducks it and gets pressed into the cage. Ford is able to land another takedown and gets the back where he lands a knee to the body. Hill scrambles out but Ford is able to wrap up and double and back to half guard. Ford lands steady elbows and Hill is eventually able to work back to his feet but gets caught briefly in a guillotine. Ford releases and lands some big knees. Hill looks for a guillotine and falls back and Ford pulls out. Hill connects with a pair of solid knees to the body from the bottom and takes the back but it’s too late and the horn sounds. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Ford

Round 4: Ford lands a nice head kick to start the fourth and Hill comes back with a leg kick. Ford gets a big double leg to half guard and begins to work with elbows and big punches from the back. Hill escapes back to his feet only to be taken right back down and Ford connects with more elbows. Hill to his knees but another guillotine attempt by Ford but he releases and is back in top control. Hill looks for a kimura and lets go to land a big right on Ford as he stands. Ford again takes him down and gets on top before moving to the back and looking for another rear naked choke. This time he’s able to sink his hooks but Hill is too slippery and Ford can’t secure it so he moves back to half and is content to land elbows for the remainder of the round. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Ford

Round 5: Ford presses forward but eats a nice uppercut from Hill and they tie up against the cage. Ford gets yet another takedown to side control and moves to the back but Hill is able to shake him off and escape out the back. Ford is immediately able to get the big double leg slam and lands elbows from half guard. Ford takes the back again and unleashes a barrage of punches. They get back to their feet but Ford takes the back and drags him back down and sinks the hooks. Hill tries to pound his way out and looks to spin but Ford stays on his back and traps an arm with his leg and is finally able to coax a tap from an extremely tough Hill, calutrons the vacant AFC Welterweight title.
Ryan Ford submits Mike Hill by Rear Naked Choke in Round 5, 4:29

Shane Campbell vs. Jesse Ronson
Round 1: Campbell lands a big right and they exchange a flurry of punches and Ronson drops him briefly. Campbell pops back to his feet and lands a head kick that glances off. Ronson shoots for a single but can’t drag him to the mat. Ronson lands a shot on the separation and connects with an inside leg kick. Campbell secures the clinch and but Ronson is able to get him down briefly but Campbell works back up against the cage. Campbell connects with a spinning back fist and Ronson responds with a combo. Campbell lands a low leg kick followed by one to the body. Campbell gets the clinch and they tie up against the cage. Ronson lands knees to the thigh and Campbell connects with a front kick followed by a leg kick. Ronson throws a head kick but its blocked and Campbell responds with one of his own that glances off its target. Ronson comes back with a front kick, inside leg kick and finally a head kick that’s blocked and the round comes to an end. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Campbell

Round 2: Ronson connects with a combo and Campbell lands one of his own. Ronson drops him briefly with a hard right. Campbell gets back up and lands huge combo against the cage but Ronson survives. Campbell takes his legs out from under him with a leg kick but Ronson drives forward for a takedown and gets to full mount. Ronson transitions to the back and sinks the rear naked choke forcing the tap and capturing the AFC Lightweight title in the process.
Jesse Ronson submits Shane Campbell by Rear Naked Choke in Round 2, 1:59

Tim Chemelli vs. Dwayne Lewis
Round 1: Chemelli lands a trio of leg kicks and Lewis lands a few of his own. Chemelli lands more leg kicks and Lewis fires back again. Chemelli connects with a nice combo and falls short on a body shot. Both men continue to exchange leg kicks and not much else. Chemelli misses a spinning back fist and Lewis lands some thudding leg kicks. A combo from Chemelli falls short and Lewis connects with a mixed bag of kicks to the leg, body and head and Chemelli responds with punches. Lewis with more leg kicks and Chemelli ducks under a combo and looks for one of his own but Lewis is able to avoid as the round ends. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Lewis

Round 2: Lewis connects with what seems like the first punch he’s thrown and Chemelli comes back with a couple leg kicks. Lewis with another right and Chemelli falls short with a combo. Lewis lands to the body and Chemelli sticks a jab and Lewis with a leg kick and a solid right. Chemelli kicks the body and misses a superman punch. Lewis land a couple leg kicks and Chemelli’s nose is beginning to show the effects of the strikes. Chemelli forward but can’t find his range and Lewis lands more body shots and blocks a big right and punctuates the round with another hard leg kick. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Lewis

Round 3: Chemelli paws at Lewis with some jabs and Lewis responds with more leg kicks and a right. Chemelli connects with a front kick and again Lewis with a leg kick. They both trade with Lewis landing with more accuracy. The clinch and continue to exchange shots and leg kicks. Lewis lands to the body and unleashes a combo with another body shot. Lewis with another leg kick and beginning to come alive. A solid right connects and Chemelli presses forward but Lewis fends him off and adds one more combo as time ticks away. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Lewis
Dwayne Lewis defeats Tim Chemelli by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

Stephen Beaumont vs. Jason Saggo
Beaumont lands a big right and looks for a single against the cage and tying up. Saggo looks for a single of his own but Beaumont defends and Saggo presses him into the cage before securing the single to side control. Beaumont works his way back to his feet and lands a combo. Saggo gets the body lock and lands a pair of shots before tying up again. Beaumont looks for another single but Saggo ends up with the trip takedown to side control. Saggo lands a couple short elbows and punches before getting full mount. Beaumont spins out but gives up his back and Saggo gets the body triangle and sinks the rear naked choke. Beaumont is able to fight it off briefly but is ultimately forced to tap.
Jason Saggo submits Stephen Beaumont by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 3:46

Tim Hague vs. Kalib Starnes
Round 1: Hague enters the cage with his left calf heavily bandaged. Hague opens with a fake right left hook and Starnes sidesteps and lands a big flurry against the cage. Hague is able to survive and lands a body shot on the separation. They tie up and Starnes connects with a knee and a combo as Hague covers up. Hague emerges with an overhand right off the cage and Starnes lands a couple leg kicks. Starnes misses a leg kick and Hague lands before tying up in the corner. Starnes lands a kick to the body and Hague looks for an uppercut and a combo. Starnes responds and continues to land and Hague again gains some separation and lands an overhand right followed by a big right. Hague falls short with a combo but connects with a body kick and a 1-2. Starnes lands and they both exchange shots as time expires. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Starnes

Round 2: Starnes lands a quick combo and Hague responds and grabs a body lock before pushing him off. Starnes lands body shots before going upstairs and sticks a few stiff jabs. Starnes unleashes a flurry and a head kick and another combo. Starnes contines to fire away and mixes in some elbows and jabs and Hague is offering little defense. Hague weathers the storm and lands a left, jab and a body shot and chips away with some shots against the cage. Hague is landing shots but not a lot of power behind them. Starnes returns fire but both men are slowing and Hague lands a solid combo and a few more shots just before the horn. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Starnes

Round 3: Both men exchange shots and are landing with Starnes getting the better of Hague but can’t generate enough power for a knockout shot. Starnes secures the clinch but releases and throws a glancing head kick. Hague lands a hard right and Starnes begins to connect with several hard shots as he screams at Hague. Hague looking to finish with one shot as Starnes continues accumulating small but accurate punches. Starnes lands a big left-right combo and a body kick followed by a combo. Starnes sticks a few jabs and begins to tee off on Hague who is able to survive and throws one final desperation flurry but its too late as the fight comes to an end. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Starnes
Kalib Starnes defeats Tim Hague by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

KB Bhullar vs. Derek Parker
Round 1:Bhullar opens with a leg kick and Parker responds with one of his own. Bhullar misses a front kick but lands a leg kick and avoids a wild combo from Parker. They again exchange leg kicks and Bhullar catches one and lands a shot. Bhullar connects with a head kick and then one to the body. Parker lands a kick that appears to land low however referee John Braak didn’t see it and they fight on. Parker connects with a leg kick and Bhullar responds with a side kick to the body. A spinning back fist from Parker finds its mark and they exchange punches. Bhullar’s high kick is partially blocked and they tie up. Parker lands a knee to the thigh before they separate. Bhullar lands a stiff right, leg kick and a body kick. Bhullar lands a liver shot and Parker winces in pain and survives but his left eye is bloodied as well. Bhullar lands a leg kick but eats a wild punch from Parker. Bhullar connects with a front kick and Parker lands another spinning back fist. An exchange in the final seconds sees Parker land a shot just after the bell. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Bhullar

Round 2: Parker is yelling at Bhullar while back peddling to open the second round and Bhullar catches up to him and connects. Parker unleashes a wild combo of kicks and punches that miss the mark. They tie up and Parker lands some body shots and another spinning back fist. Both trade some heavy leather and Bhullar begins to take control landing some pawing jabs and a couple leg kicks. Another spinning back fist by Parker but this time Bhullar sees it coming and blocks it. Bhullar lands several stiff jabs and follows up with a leg kick and one to the body that put him down. Bhullar begins to pound away on the ground before standing a dropping a few more big shots and stomping the midsection. Parker gets back to his feet but is a bloody mess. Parker looks for a double but can’t complete it and takes an uppercut for his troubles just prior to the horn. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Bhullar

Round 3: Parker connects with an uppercut and a wild combo falls short before Bhullar lands a leg kick and both men trade shots with Bhullar getting the better of the exchange. Bhullar catches a leg kick and shoves Parker across the cage before closing the distance and landing another leg kick. Parker swinging from the hip and missing his target before they briefly tie up. They release and Bhullar continues to pick him apart, landing jabs at will. A big knee lands for Bhullar and Parker executes the slowest spinning back fist ever attempted. Bhullar continues his assault and lands a leg kick. Parker is able to connect with a right, leg kick and a jab followed by a combo . Bhullar secures the clinch and takes the back and finishes the fight landing big shots. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Bhullar
KB Bhullar defeats Derek Parker by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Teddy Ash vs. Bobby Kalmakoff
Kalmakoff opens with wild punches and a body kick and looks for a takedown. Ash drops Kalmakoff with a shot and looks to land but Kalamkoff turtles and covers up. Ash lands a shot and Kalmakoff tries to scramble away. Ash gets the takedown and easy sinks the rear naked choke and enduces the immediate tap from Kalmakoff.
Teddy Ash submits Bobby Kalmakoff by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:40

Travis Cardinal vs. Jemark Brady
Round 1: Cardinal misses a leg kick and Brady gets the body lock and looks for a takedown. Cardinal is able to avoid the takedown and gets the head lock and looks to turn it into a guillotine. Brady defends and Cardinal lands a knee. Cardinal releases and drags him to the ground where he looks to take the back and get a rear naked choke but can’t sink the second hook and Brady gets free. Cardinal lands and makes another attempt at the choke and works for it until time runs out. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Cardinal

Round 2: Brady lands a spinning back kick to the midsection and Cardinal responds with a takedown but gets caught in a guillotine. Brady lands a knee and Cardinal pulls his head out and looks for a single. Brady scrambles around and looks to take the back but they get back to a vertical position. Brady again goes for the guillotine and Cardinal goes for a single but can’t drag him down and Brady takes his back. Brady tries to sink a rear naked choke but Cardinal controls the wrist briefly. Brady is able to sink the choke but Cardinal slips out. Brady lands shots and follows up with big elbows and more punches. Brady again looks to sink the choke but can’t get it under the chin and opts to land big punches and hammer fists until time expires. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Brady

Round 3: Cardinal lands a leg kick and Brady gets the big double leg slam and works some ground and pound. Both men are losing steam and the pace begins to slow. Brady chips away with little shots and a couple hard lefts and rights. Brady stays just busy enough to stay on top but a lull in the action prompts referee Vern Gorman to stand them up. Brady connects with a leg kick followed by one to the body and another big slam. Brady drops a hard right, moves around the body and simply drops into side control. Brady lands a knee to the body and chips away with punches until the fight comes to an end. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Brady
Jemark Brady defeats Travis Cardinal by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Ben Jansen vs. Radley da Silva
Round 1: The capoeira fighter da Silva opens with a jumping head kick followed by a flying knee that both fall short. They tie up and da Silva gets the takedown to half guard. da Silva connects with a solid right but Jansen gets the sweep and takes the back only to have da Silva shake him off and get back to the guard. Jansen throws up a triangle attempt but can’t lock it in. da Silva connects with an elbow and gets to half guard before standing. da Silva lands a kick to the body and Jansen looks for a superman punch before securing the headlock and attempting to take him down. da Silva lands on top and Jansen lands punches from the bottom. A scramble ensues and time expires. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Jansen

Round 2: da Silva connects with a head kick and falls short with a spinning heel kick and another spinning capoeira kick. da Silva gets the takedown to half guard and passes to side control and finally to full mount. Jansen is able to replace his guard and lands shots from the bottom. da Silva lands a shot and tries to get back to his feet but Jansen almost gets his back and da Silva is able to maintain top control. da Silva passes to side control and lands a shot as Jansen works back to guard. da Silva stands and lands a shot before Jansen looks for a single. da Silva goes for a leg scissor choke but time runs out. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for da Silva

Round 3: Jansen lands a body kick and da Silva responds spinning back kick to the mid section. da Silva looks for a takedown but Jansen ends up on his back and the mistake is costly as Jansen is able to sink a deep rear naked choke and force the tap.
Ben Jansen submits Radley da Silva by Rear Naked Choke in Round 3, 1:24

Marcus Hicks vs. Steve Dubeck
Round 1: Hicks lands a leg kick and bullies him into the cage before securing the takedown to full guard. Dubeck lands little shots from the bottom and looks for an armbar. Hicks escapes and moves to side control before being swept. Dubeck briefly takes the back before they return to their feet and Dubeck connects with a solid uppercut. Hicks gets the single to full guard and postures up landing little punches and a short elbow. Dubeck with another armbar attempt and Hicks again frees himself and gets to side control. Hicks lands a huge elbow from the crucifix position and Dubeck gets to his knees and Hicks looks for a guillotine choke. Hicks can’t secure the choke and releases landing shots to the body and head. Hicks passes to side control and rides the back and lands shots. Hicks takes the back and looks for the rear naked choke an Dubeck escapes as time runs out. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Hicks

Round 2: Dubeck lands a shot and Hicks responds before tying up against the cage. Hicks connects with a solid combo and Dubeck lands one of his own. Hicks avoids the takedown and gets side control before transitioning to the back and landing knees to the body. Hicks looks to secure an arm triangle But Dubeck escapes to his feet. Hicks still on the back but Dubek fires a pair of hard elbows backwards and Hicks releases. Dubeck turns and unleashes a barrage of punches and Hicks stands a takes about ten shots with his hands down and referee John Braak has seen enough and calls a halt to the bout.
Steve Dubeck defeats Marcus Hicks by TKO (Punches) in Round 2, 2:30

Sarah McRann vs. Farlynn Smallchild
McRann lands a solid shot and they tie up and trade shots. McRann has the much more technical striking and Smallchild is swinging wildly from the hip. McRann lands a leg kick and they trade shots before tying up and exchanging in the clinch. McRann lands another leg kick and a stiff left followed by another leg kick. Sarah unleashed a quick flurry and Smallchild grabs here shirt prompting a separation by referee John Braak. McRann drops her with a solid shot and follows up with some furious ground and pound forcing the stoppage.
Sarah McRann defeats Farlynn Smallchild by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 3:20

Ralph Mendita vs. Tony Touch
Mendita rushes right and and ties up. Touch secures the clinch and lands some knees before looking for a guillotine choke. Mendita pulls his head free and gets the trip takedown and immediately takes the back. Mendita sinks the rear naked choke and forces the quick tap.
Ralph Mendita submits Tony Touch by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:19

25 Responses to “ AFC 19: Undisputed – Recap ”

  1. jay t says:

    Time to retire, Tim!

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  2. RickRoll says:

    This is the 3rd fight Hague has lost to a middleweight now? Did he retire again? (Hackert 2x and now Starnes) Thats what he gets for partying in Vegas at EDC 2 weeks before the fight.

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  3. MMA Fans says:

    Tim Hauge is the poster boy for stupid.

    He enjoys the life of a fighter but doesn’t enjoy the training ad deadication.

    From day 1 he’s never trained like a fighter

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  4. jay t says:

    None of our top heavyweight’s got anything to gain by fighting tim.

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  5. I would say Hudson has a lot to gain by fighting Hague. One of few HWs in Canada around to fight, a win over a former UFC fighter always looks great on your resume, avenge a previous loss are just three reasons.

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  6. jay t says:

    Time for Hudson to look outside the box!

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  7. LOL says:

    Realistically who does Hudson fight?
    He defends his title against Peck in Nov.
    Rama belongs to MFC and they are friends and training partners so who knows if that fight would ever happen again.
    Fortin retires due to injuries, so doesn’t look like a rematch is in the cards there.
    Cheng belongs to One FC, Hackert who Hudson wants to fight belongs to MFC, but haven’t heard anything about him fighting in a long time.
    A rematch with Hague does make sense to avenge a loss.
    Really who else is there, Hunter maybe?
    Starnes if he wants to fight Heavy again?
    Guess we will have to see what Fivestar has in mind for their Heavyweight Champ!

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  8. Jamon says:

    Any promotion that has Bobby k on it is a f’n joke

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  9. Majority Decision says:

    What does anyone have to gain by fighting Hague at this point?
    He’s 1 win in his last 4 fights..
    I hope Fivestar has enough sense not to give Hague a title shot after his latest performances, Hudson or Peck deserves better

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  10. GI Jane says:

    Hague vs Hudson would be great fight.

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  11. GI Jane says:

    Bobby k should be banned from ever fighting again, if only for his only health and safety and for the respect and dignity of this great sport.

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  12. Berg says:

    If the same motivated Starnes shows up to fight Rama I can’t see him losing that fight. Lot more experience in the ring, better on the ground, and quick on his feet. Hague taking lot of criticism but the guy ate a tonne of shots and didn’t fold or give up. How many other fighters would have eaten that many punches and still kept pressing forward. The guy has one punch power but I guess was’t able to land a clean shot against an opponent with a large speed advantage. Better luck next time for Tim I hope he doesn’t let it get him too down most fighters have their ups and downs in their careers. Even Anderson Silva.

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  13. TimHague says:

    Yeahan, when you lose, the haters come out in droves. I’ve learned that its part of the sport. Comes with the territory. I knoe I had a bad performance, injury aside. But im doing what I love and Im happy. I put on an exciting fight and I didnt quit. It would have been nice to win. It would have been nice to be healthy enough to train, but I wasnt, so im enjoying my summer and I fought anyways. If your panties are in a bunch about that, thats your problem, and I could care less. Im enjoyong life and I will continue to do so. I hope I can stay healthy through a training camp, so I can fight at my full potential. I love what I do. And even when I get punched on for 3 rounds its still exciting for fans. Thats my goal right now, to get paid for an exciting performance. Its always much better to win of course but I had a lot of positive feedback from the last fight. Ya I lost to a former middleweight, ya my cardio was bad. I went down swinging. I fought with pride and I didnt give up. Ill do my best to stay healthy for my next fight. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets to AFC. Ill post the amount raised for the Stollery on my facebook as soon as I know. Much love.

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  14. TimHague says:

    Sorry for spelling errors. Phone is hard to type on

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  15. Jamie T says:

    I hate to tell you Tim but there was nothing exciting about watching a 85er use a h.w as a punching bag .

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  16. Oilcity30 says:

    Didn’t Starnes weigh in at 216lbs? Thought he did so whats all the talk about a 185er? Bj penn used to fight at 205lbs Does that mean all the lightweights he beat we’re beat by a light heavyweight.

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  17. Matt says:

    Not to mention the 185er beat a heavyweight who is already playing the injury card oh just when you think Tim has accepted something oh wait an excuse just suck it up you lost plain and simple

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  18. AMLEHTC says:

    Hey Tim, what about the accusations of you being at EDC in Vegas and being gooned at Boonstock?

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  19. Berg says:

    Personally I thought it was a great matchup got lots of interest. Whoever booked it is brilliant. The main reasonon was just to see how Starnes previously at 185 would do against a guy like TIm. We saw Tim in previous fights with Mike and saw the result. But was this going to be Tim Hague who learned from that and definitely has knock out power more so against a much lighter guy with maybe a suspect chin. I was wondering would Tim learn how to deal with the speed would starnes be able to get out of the first round? Interesting on so many levels along with what type of fight strategy would each employ. Starnes with the decision but Tim hung in there til the end throwing looking for the homerun. Appreciate he didn’t just curl up and pack it in on a few of those flurries. Maybe he needs to work on some skills but guy has got some heart and that counts for a heck of a lot in this sport. I dont’ know tim hague at all but guy went in that ring and didn’t quit even if he had an injury and was losing badly who knows what else going on in his life. Maybe he’s got his mind not fully on it right now but shit that happens sometimes life happens. Nobody Tim’s lost to is a joke. Probably the same for starnes if you look at his previous fights and that guy has a load of experience probably been fighting close to 20 years now. Still pissed my feed went out in the third round @Darrenowen are we going to be able to view that fight anywhere or on the afc website??? Would appreciate it. Along with Sagoo if possible that one dropped as well. Thanks.

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  20. Darren Owen says:

    The entire event will be available on GFL.tv for free for anyone to watch or rewatch. They had an issue on their end which caused the feed to crash. It most likely will be up and ready to watch sometime tomorrow. I apologize for the inconvenience it caused everyone.

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  21. RickRoll says:

    They arent accusations because I saw Tims EDC pictures online. Boonstock is true also because I saw him there. The guy didnt take the Starnes fight seriously and the result showed it. Its just time to get serious or hang up the gloves.

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  22. RickRoll says:

    The fact Tim Hague doesnt respond to the EDC/Boonstock allegations or should I say FACTS shows the truth

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  23. Jerobe says:

    I’m fine with Tim fighting whoever he wants on the local scene. As long as the guy stops twitter bombing Dana White and other feeble attempts to get back into the UFC. If the guy wants to fight then so be it, let him fight guys like Bobby K or whoever. There’s alot of local guys that just want to fight and have no illusions that they are going to make it to the UFC. They fight because its fun. Everyone knows your not going to make any real money off a local fight card. Thats my main issue with Westcott. The guy has made it quite clear he wants to fight in the UFC yet he refuses to fight Top 10 Canadian opponents, all these Top 10 opponents are also interesting in fighting in the UFC. Does not make sense to me at all. You want in the UFC, you gatta prove your THE BEST in Canada. Period.

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  24. Jerobe says:

    And on that note….Ryan Ford is the man. UFC quality for sure.

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  25. GI Jane says:

    I don’t think we should be counting tim out as far as his career in the fight game is concerned, there are stll a couple of pretty intriguing match ups he would match up well against and are very winnable fights for him , names which come to mind are marcus hicks, Shannon the cannon rich, bobby k, peter griffin,and last of all lets not forget that fine staple of the kotc stage, ruben warpath villareal. and if shady yellowbird can pack on a few extra pounds the possibilities are endless!!

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