KOTC: Mach 1 – Play-By-Play

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KOTC CanadaKing of the Cage Canada returns to The Energy Centre in Cold Lake, Alberta in front of a capacity crowd of approximately 1200. The professional card features a main event pitting hometown favorite Tim Chemelli against former KOTC Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion and Current KOTC Super Heavyweight Champion Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez.

Unfortunately the Middleweight Title Fight between Elmer Waterhen and Trent Thorne has been cancelled due to incomplete bloodwork by Thorne. Tyler Fader vs. Kenny Cardinal has also been cancelled due to incomplete bloodwork by Cardinal.

  • Fight of the Night: Denny Houle vs. Dan Amyotte
  • Knockout of the Night: Mark Fieger
  • Submission of the Night: Travis Cardinal

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Tim Chemelli vs. Tony Lopez
Lopez with a front kick and Chemelli lands a solid right. Lopez head kick sails over the head of Chemelli and Lopez is rocked by a pair of lefts. Lopez pushes Chemelli into the cage and lands knees to the thigh. Chemelli responds with a knee to the body and Lopez responds with three of his own. Chemelli answers each knee with an uppercut to the body. Lopez connects with barrage of knees and Chemelli drops to a knee. Lopez lands two more knees as Chemelli is down on the ground. Referee Kyle Cardinal pauses the fight and the doctor enters to check on Chemelli who looks wobbly. Surprisingly the doctor is allowing the bout to continue and Chemelli motions to the crowd to make some noise. Cardinal takes two points from Lopez for the fouls and they restart. Wild exchange and Lopez drops Chemelli against the cage and follows up with a barrage of shots on the ground. Chemelli is bloodied and can do nothing but cover up until Cardinal steps in to rescue Chemelli from any further damage.
Tony Lopez defeats Tim Chemelli by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 2:53

Denny Houle vs. Dan Amyotte
Feel out and begin to slug it out. Houle connects with a left and they tie up against the cage where Houle lands a knee. Amyotte lands a solid right and a body kick before connecting with a combo. Houle slows the pace and gets the clinch but Amyotte lands more shots and a leg kick. Amyotte lands a leg kick followed by a slow spinning back fist that misses. Amyotte with another leg kick and Houle falls short with a right. Amyotte continues to land three more leg kicks. This seems to have woken Houle up as he comes to life and unleashes a barrage of punches on Amyotte that sends him crashing to the mat forcing referee Phil Koldyk to step in and prevent any unnecessary punishment.
Denny Houle defeats Dan Amyotte by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 3:33

Jon Simonar vs. Travis Cardinal
Simonar lands a leg kick and Cardinal responds with a right. Simonar looks for the takedown but Cardinal pops back to his feet. Simonar gets the single to half guard before picking him up and slamming him again. Simonar lands a solid right and passes to full mount. Cardinal gives his back and Simonar lands several uncontested hammer fists. Cardinal shakes him off and gets to his feet and takes his back sinking the rear naked choke. Simoar goes limp and Referee Andy Social steps in and calls a halt to the bout and Simonar protests to no avail.
Travis Cardinal submits Jon Simonar by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 2:14

Xavier Pellerin vs. Greg Large
Pellerin swings over top and they trade shots. Pellerin lands a stiff jab and a trio of uppercuts. Pellerin continues to connect and Large’s face is already showing the effects. Large lands a solid shot and Pellerin responds. They continue o go shot for shot and Pellerin lands a big knee and hammers the body of his bloodied foe. Large gets back to his feet and Pellerin lands another big combo and drops Large to the mat forcing referee Thomas Collins to step in and rescue Large from any further damage.
Xavier Pellerin defeats Greg Large by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 2:27

Josh Ladouceur vs. Adrian Cardinal
Round 1: Ladouceur looks to land and the swing wildy until they tumble to the mat against the cage. Referee Kyle Cardinal pauses to warn Ladouceur about grabbing the shorts. They meet in the center and again trade looping wild punches. Cardinal lands an errant knee and Kyle Cardinal pauses the action again. They restart and Ladouceur lands a leg kick. Ladouceur connects with a right that drops Cardinal and Ladouceur lands a downward elbow to the spine and Kyle Cardinal takes 1 point from Ladouceur. Restart and the slugfest begins again. Cardinal is landing and Ladouceur gets the clinch and lands a couple knees. Cardinal gets some distance and lands a few shots and they tie up. Cardinal with an uppercut and both men look exhausted. Cardinal gets the clinch and lands a pair of knees before Ladouceur gets the slam. Cardinal gets back up and Ladouceur lands a knee to the groin and another pause in the action. Another point is taken from Ladouceur and Cardinal takes the majority of his recovery time and they restart. Slow spinning back kick and a spinning back fist miss by Ladouceur. Cardinal with a four punch combo that all fall short and Ladouceur lands a leg kick. Cardinal lands some shots against the cage and time expires. Top MMA News Scores the Round 9-8 For Cardinal

Round 2: Both swing with sloppy shots until they both end up on the mat with Ladouceur in north/south looking for the guillotine choke. Ladouceur takes the back and works for the rear naked choke. But Cardinal escapes only to be mounted. Cardinal works and gets the sweep to full guard. Ladouceur stands and Cardinal tries to take the card but Ladouceur escapes and gets the takedown to side control. Cardinal says “I’m done” and taps out to end the fight.
Josh Ladouceur submits Adrian Cardinal by Exhaustion in Round 2, 2:48

Keith Russell vs. Mark Fieger
Leg kick by Russell to start and Fieger immediately begins to tee off on Russell with a barrage of punches and body shots against the cage. Fieger drops to the mat and turtles. Fieger moves in but does not throw any more shots as Russell is turtled and is waiting for referee Phil Koldyk to stop the bout. Russell stays on the mat and shows no interest in continuing and Koldyk does in fact step in to call a halt to the fight.
Mark Fieger defeats Keith Russell by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:22

Vitaliy Brevard vs. Leroy Noltcho
Round 1: Noltcho lands and follows up with a body kick. Brevard ties up but Noltcho breaks away. Brevard lands and gets the hip toss takedown to side control. Brevard gets the headlock traps Noltcho’s right arm and lands solid lefts. Noltcho can’t do anything to escape and Brevard continues to land shots. Noltcho is defenseless but Brevard can’t generate enough power to finish the fight from this position. Brevard still in top control with the arm trapped as the ten second warning sounds. Top MMA News Scores the Round 10-9 Brevard

Round 2: They trade and Brevard connects with a solid right. They continue to slug it out until Brevard gets the trip takedown to full mount. Brevard lands some big elbows and Noltcho holds on tight. Referee Andy Social pauses the action to replaces Noltcho’s mouth guard and restarts them on the ground. Noltcho gets the sweep and begins to rain down shots until Brevard gives his back. Noltcho sinks the rear naked choke and forces the tap.
Leroy Noltcho submits Vitaliy Brevard by Rear Naked Choke in Round 2, 1:51

15 Responses to “ KOTC: Mach 1 – Play-By-Play ”

  1. Bdc says:

    Theres 1200 people there? Seems like a good number.

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  2. Cody Rempel says:

    Yup… awesome crowd too! Cold Lake deserves more fight cards!

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  3. Mike kent says:

    Congrats Travis cardinal !

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  4. timhague says:

    Nice Denny! !!

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  5. Tyler Davis says:

    Submits due to exhaustion? That’s embarrassing for everyone involved.

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  6. Sucks that Chemelli lost. Two illegal knees and two points off for intentional fouls. Chemelli continues in front of his home crowd when he may have escaped with a DQ win or a no contest.

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  7. Cody Rempel says:

    The doctor should not have allowed that fight to go on… Chemelli was wobbling around in the corner while he was examining him and it seemed the only thing keeping him up was the cage. Gotta give it up to Chemelli for his show of heart wanting to continue but his health was put in jeopardy by that doctor.

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  9. the goods says:

    ^^^MEDS, you might want to look into them

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  10. Blackout says:

    Get off his dick already, damn.

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  11. bjj fan says:

    Loyd you are a complete dip shit!

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  12. Lloyd Christmas says:

    @Loyd Cummings

    I am flattered that you are trying to impersonate me. But I feel that you are trying to mock me. Thats fine. But you sir, are actually correct.

    Sheldon Westcott could beat Tim C and Lopez in 1 night. This used to happen all the time during the MMA tournament formats. Tho I do think he would win by submission. You are also correct that Complete MMA is the best MMA gym in North America and you are also correct that Cam Yallits is the best MMA trainer in the world.

    You are also correct in saying Sheldon will be the UFC Champ at WW and MW.

    Im glad a have a fan! Impresssion is the sincerest form of flattery!

    No matter. You will all soon……

    EAT YOUR WORDS!!!!!!!!

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  13. Robin Black says:

    Hey Lloyd

    I saw Sheldon at the fights this weekend. He looked good, cornered a winner, and was in good spirits. I’m looking forward to his next fight and predict he’s going to have his best performance.

    I wanted to go over and say ‘hi’ for you but didn’t get the chance.

    Also I’m not 100% sure but he might not be a big fan of mine so he might tell me to go f^ck myself.

    Cheers Lloyd keep flying the flag man I got your back.

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  14. Lloyd Christmas says:

    @ Robin

    Thanks man! I really think MMA is growing so much that you will be seeing alot more “super fans” like me, much like the NFL and NBA. I’m a big fan of all your didication to Canadian MMA. Take care.

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  15. Chemilli is a good regional fighter who unfortunatlly does not have the talent and ability to go beyond the limits of the smaller shows such as kotc, unified,etc. If his expectations were different he then did the right thing in announcing his retirement.

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