KOTC: Mach 2 – Play-by-Play

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KOTC CanadaKing of the Cage returns to Cold Lake, Alberta tonight for another near sold out show. KOTC: Mach 2 features a main event with Owen Carr taking on Souk Khampasath in a Bantamweight bout.

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  • Knockout of the Night: Mark Fieger
  • Fight of the Night: Nick Campbell vs. Jared Henderson
  • Submission of the Night: Souk Khampasath


Owen Carr vs. Souk Khampasath
Round 1: They feel each other out to gauge the distance. They clash with leg kicks and Souk with an overhand right. Carr with a combo and stuffs a takedown from Souk. Carr with a big knee to the ribs and moves to north south. Souk works back to his feet and looks for the takedown. Souk gets him to the mat and passes to half guard. Carr gets full guard back and tries to stand but Souk locks in a straight ankle lock forcing Carr to tap.
Souk Khampasath submits Owen Carr by Straight Ankle Lock in Round 1, 2:22

Nick Campbell vs. Jared Henderson
Round 1: Campbell opens with a leg kick and a body kick. Henderson presses him into the cage and Campbell gets the clinch and lands several knees. Henderson looks for the double leg before switching to the single. Campbell lands more knees but slips to the mat. Henderson looks to take the back and lands shots before Campbell gets back to his feet. Campbell gets the takedown and moves to the back where he lands shots. Henderson works back to his feet and Campbell with more knees. Campbell continues to land knees and follows up with a nice elbow. They break away from the cage and Henderson lands a shot. Campbell lands a knee and looks for the takedown but Henderson rolls though and gets on top. Campbell sweeps to side control. Campbell postures up and rains down consistent punches until referee Phil Koldyk steps in to end the bout.
Nick Campbell defeats Jared Henderson by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 4:00

Xavier Pellerin vs. Dan Amyotte
Round 1: They feel each other out and Amyotte lands a shot. Pellerin lands a shot and Amyotte responds with a huge combo thats sends Pellerin crashing face down. Amyotte follows up with a barrage of punches and referee Thomas Collins steps in to rescue the unconscious Pellerin from any further damage.
Dan Amyotte defeats Xavier Pellerin by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:33

Drayton Angus vs. Vitaliy Bervald
Round 1: Angus with a leg kick and Bervald looks for the takedown. Angus grabs the cage to prevent the takedown and referee Kyle Cardinal pauses to take a pont. They restart and Bervald lands a big right and pressures him against the cage but Angus responds and drops him with a right. Angus follows up with a flurry of punches and Cardinal steps in to stop the fight.
Drayton Angus defeats Vitaliy Bervald by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:21

Mark Fieger vs. Jordan Berland
Round 1: Fieger opens with a front kick and sticks a pair of stiff jabs. Fieger with a thunderous leg kick and follows up with a vicious walk away right hook that flattens Berland and improves Fieger’s record to 2-0.
Mark Fieger defeats Jordan Berland by KO (Punch) in Round 1, 0:29

Leroy Noltcho vs. Tyler O’Brien
Round 1: Noltcho opens with a body kick and they trade knees against the cage. Referee Tom Collins pauses the action due to a low blow from Noltcho. On the restart Noltcho lands a big combo and drops O’Brien in the corner. Noltcho follows up with a barrage of punches and Collins stops the contest. O’Brien gets up nursing a dislocated shoulder following the fight.
Leroy Noltcho defeats Tyler O’Brien by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:30

Vedran Ristic vs. Keith Russell
Round 1: Ristic with a body kick and a head kick. Russell jumps guard for a guillotine but Ristic shakes him off. Russell looks for a big overhand right and a takedown but cant get him down. Ristic connects with a solid combo and follows up some heavy ground and pound and gets the finish.
Vedran Ristic defeats Keith Russell by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 1:01

Steve Roy vs. Nolan Sakima
Round 1: Roy unleashes a vicious combo and a knee. A hard one-two lands followed by a leg kick from Roy. Vicious uppercuts connect from Roy and somehow Sakima is still standing. Roy with a stiff jab and another combo. Roy lands a couple front kicks and a high kick. Sakima is a bloody mess and Roy clips him with a hard right and drops him with another huge uppercut that puts Sakima down and forces referee Phil Koldyk rescue Sakima from any unnecessary damage.
Steve Roy defeats Nolan Sakima by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 1:38

Jake Poitras vs. Mike Possberg
Round 1: Possberg touches gloves and throws a shot immediately. They trade shots and Possberg gets the upper hand. Possberg gets the takedown and lands shots. They scramble back up and Possberg gets a guillotine choke and hoists him into the air. Poitras escapes and gets to his feet. Poitras lands a knee to the head and referee Tom Collins pauses the action. They restart and begin slugging away at each other before Poitras gets the takedown to side control. Poitras lands shots and elbows before eventually passing to full mount. Poitras rains down punches and Possberg can do nothing but survive. Poitras continues to pound away until finally Collins has finally seen enough and stops the bout.
Jake Poitras defeats Mike Possberg by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 4:21

Pat Angell vs. Greg Large
Round 1: Angell immediately opens up on Large and sends him crashing to the mat with a barrage of punches, Angell follows up and forces referee Kyle Cardinal to step in to rescue Large from any further damage.
Pat Angell defeats Greg Large by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:20

23 Responses to “ KOTC: Mach 2 – Play-by-Play ”

  1. Joe Doerksen says:

    Lot of first round stoppages. Good entertainment I hope.

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  2. Mmafan says:

    Lol all first round stoppages so far!

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  3. Joe Doerksen says:

    Holy first round stoppages, Batman!

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  4. Top Rank says:

    ALPHA FAIL!!!

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  5. l'hater says:

    yay ower carr lost. hater gon ‘hate

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  6. Top Rank says:

    EZ to hate a douchebag

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  7. harry balls says:

    Didn’t O brien get KO’d like 3 weeks ago?

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  8. Blackout says:

    holy fuck lol crazy

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  9. The goods says:

    O’brien has been KO’d 3 times in about 6 weeks…

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  10. Oilcity Ryan says:

    That’s just wrong 3 ko’s in 6 weeks. There is absolutely no way this guy should beable to fight. Why would he want to get KO’d for a few hundred bucks.Blows my mind your not a fighter your gonna get hurt. Stupid or what

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  11. Rick says:

    His total fight time is about a minute in those 3 fights. He doesn’t get ko’d he just takes one punch then flops and collects his few hundred bucks.

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  12. Mmafan says:

    He is like the Canadian white version of Bob Sapp! :)

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  13. I woke up this morning totally surprised to see that Owen Carr lost to Souk.

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  14. harry balls says:

    He’s a thinner Booby K. Two wins against the same stiff.

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  16. Dan Amyotte says:

    The crowd loved the fights and isn’t that what MMA FANS want to see ….KNOCKOUTS ? ?

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  17. Louis Fisette says:

    Keith I was suprised too! I thought Carr would walk through Souk. No of fence. I just didn’t know much about him, 5-6 record. I actually had to do a double take at the results. Is Souk that legit or did Carr just get caught? Any thoughts?

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  18. Aaron Robinson says:

    I love knockouts. What I don’t like is seeing guys eat one punch, go down eat some GNP, collect there 400 bucks and go home.

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  19. Cody Rempel says:

    I didn’t know much about Souk before this fight either but I heard he was a lot better than his record. The fight seemed relatively even up until the submission, he may have gotten caught but you gotta have some skill to catch someone in a sub like that!

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  20. Dan Amyotte says:

    I talked to my opponent after he said he doesnt remember the left hook I gave him so he was out before he hit the mat after that shot …the ground and pound I gave him was unnecessary but I’m not stopping till the ref pushes me off

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  21. Jordan Small says:

    Congrats on the win, Dan. You and Xavier are great guys. Wish I could have been there to see you two throw down!

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  22. Cody Rempel says:

    CORRECTION – Souk Khampasath won by straight ankle lock, not a heel hook as originally reported.

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  23. Phil Mimeau says:

    .. I’m not surprised that Souk won..he is an experience fighter, and has an excellent ground game and now trains with a new team. May we recall he fought a good first round but lost agaist Dimitr Waardenburg in the second. who is a very tough, experienced fighter,that is underrated in my opinion, That is why I WANTED this fight
    wink wink.

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