Hard Knocks Fighting Championship 34 – Calgary – January 17


Hard_Knocks_THUMBDate: January 17, 2014
Venue: Century Casino in Calgary, Alberta
Tickets: Buy Tickets
TV: Internet PPV

Pro Fights:
170lbs- Brandt Dewsbery (10-2-1) vs. Sergej Juskevic (12-7-2)
155lbs- Derek Boyle (10-6) vs. Dia Grant (9-10)
135lbs- Mike O’Neill (3-3) vs. Chad Anheliger (2-3)
185lbs- Zach Manywounds (1-1) vs. Josh Griffin (1-2)
180lbs- Pat Gionette (1-1) vs. Peter Arbeau (0-0)
145lbs- Steve Jellicoe (2-0) vs. Zach Snyder (0-0)

Amateur Fights:
155lbs- Gurdip Rangi (3-0) vs. Jesse Gregan (3-3)
***Lightweight Title Fight

205lbs- Devon Smith (6-3) vs. Phil Towler (2-0)
***Light Heavyweight Title Fight

185lbs- Kenny Bhullar (0-0) vs. Riley Pequin (0-0)
155lbs- Idriss Animashaun (0-0) vs. Jason Fournier (0-0)
135lbs- Blake Sigvaldason (0-2) vs. Ashmat Bashir (0-0)
185lbs- Jim Haugon (0-0) vs. Nolan Shergold (0-0)

70 Responses to “ Hard Knocks Fighting Championship 34 – Calgary – January 17 ”

  1. Donald Duck says:

    Hopefully someone with a better command of the English language than B2J…


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  2. War Gi says:

    Hey Donald Duck I am assuming you are fat, just saying.

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  3. Hawkes says:

    Don’t mess with Donnie war gi. Donnie’s good stuff.

    Some interesting facts about ducks: they are necropheliac, rapists with cork screw shaped dicks.

    So Donnie might be all that, but he is certainly svelt as shit in my imagination.

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  4. Cody Rempel says:

    Added Brandt Dewsbery vs. Sergej Juskevic, Steve Jellicoe vs. Zach Snyder and Devon Smith vs. Phil Towler

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  5. B2J says:

    i meant “your”….

    spelling/grammer errors aside, i was simply asking who this supposed opponent Keegan was going to fight but backed out from that Bdc was alluding to.

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  6. Cody Rempel says:

    Derek Boyle replaces Craig Shintani against Dia Grant

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  7. Devon Smith is solid, i’d like to see that fight!

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  8. mahon says:

    Site needs an update rangi is out and chapman stepped up to fight for the belt

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  9. Chabba says:

    Yeah, big shock Chapman is more than willing to fight a 3-3 AMMY. But when a Pro 155 fighter is available, Chapman is nowhere to be found. Big suprise there.

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  10. chapman says:

    Who’s this guy ^ I haven’t even been offered a pro lightweight fight yet :/

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  11. Kellen Falt says:

    Takes a fight on 3 weeks notice and gets shit on. Ya, Chapman is a dick

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  12. Blanka says:


    I do believe on another thread you stated you were turning pro for your next fight in 2014.

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  13. Kellen Falt says:

    I cant really speak for him but since he hasnt gone pro yet and is still building his career. He got offered a chance to win another belt, so why not?

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  14. Bdc says:

    Do I have this all fucked up I thought it was clear cut that amature mma is illegal in canada when the last bill was passed?

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  15. Josh Machan says:

    I believe as long as the city has bylaws to sanction amateur fights there legal. The only cities I can think of in Alberta is red deer, Calgary, Lethbridge, and possibly medicine hat

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  16. kong says:

    some fellows from Bowman’s said fort mac was good for ammy as well

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  17. kong says:

    B.C. and Sask have prov commission’s to over see ammy

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  18. Very enjoyable tournament!!!
    But some more interesting at: http://www.dynamicmma.ca

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  19. Zeidrick12c says:

    Yoni Sherbatov ended Gabe Sagman in 22sec. In his MMA debut. Keegan’s manager did a good job pulling him out of that fight. No one is ready for Sherbatov. He will have an extremely hard time finding fights with his skill sets. Best move out his way and ride the wave behind him than crossing him now. This man is hungry and disciplined like no one else I’ve seen in a long time.

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