Prestige Fight Club 2 Live Results and Play-by-Play

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Prestige FC 2: Queen City Coronation is live on March 12, 2016 from The Orr Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan.

In the main event, Kurt “The Hurt” Southern and Nick “Nyquil” Rhoads will vie for the men’s Featherweight crown, while Charmaine Tweet and Jessy Miele will view for the woman’s Featherweight title.

As usual, Top MMA News is in the house, albeit the back of the house tonight, with a written commentary of the night’s bouts.

Top MMA News Awards:

  • Fight of the Night: Kurt Southern vs Nick Rhoads
  • Submission of the Night: Nick Rhoads
  • TKO of the Night: Nick Campbell

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Here is the play-by-play:

Featherweight Title Fight
Nick Rhoads (8-2) vs Kurt Southern (14-6)
Ref. Jerin Valel
R1.
Southern looking to close the distance early but Rhoads moving light on his feet. Punch by Southern lands and then he lands a kick to Rhoads’ cheek. Another high kick lands for Southern. He clinches in but they break up. Rhoads still trying to find his distance. They exchange punches and Southern shoots for a leg. No dice. Rhoads misses with a hard overhand left. Rhoads connects. High right leg kick by Southern. The drop to ground with Southern on his back. They break but Valel calls for the doctor to examine Southern. All is good. Game on! High kick by Southern lands again. Rhoads drops Southern with punches. Rhoads jumps on top of him. They get back to feet. Nice left by Rhoads. Southern rebounds with two of his own. Rhoads tries a knee. Uppercut by Rhoads. Toe to toe. They drag each other to the ground. Southern shoots and eats a knee. They break up. Knee lands by Southern. Knee to the stomach by Rhoads. Great round!
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Southern

R2. Leg kick by Rhoads. Jab exchanged. They clinch up. Southern on bottom as they hit the mat but he reverses the position. Crowd standing in front and i am typing while standing on my knee as Southern drops bombs and Rhoads uses the fence to escape the bottom rather innovatively. Southern shoots a double and takes him down briefly. Up against the cage now. Uppercut by Rhoads. Knee by Rhoads. They break. Jabs by Rhoads and a high kick by Southern. Left by Southern. Pace slowed from the first significantly. High kick again followed by a right from Southern. They hit the mat with Southern on top. Hard to see this position. Southern looks to be dropping some punches. Now it is a RNC attempt. Crowd erupting but Rhoads slips to top position. Rhoads dropping punches with 10 seconds remaining. Rhoads finishing strong but not enough to win the round in my book.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Southern

R3. Rhoads lands three strikes to start. Southern lands a body kick but slips. Rhoads pounces and has Southern’s neck. Rhoads puts Southern to sleep.
Nick Rhoads submits Kurt Southern by D’Arce Choke in Round 3, 0:49

Featherweight Title Fight
Jessy Miele (5-2) vs Charmaine Tweet (7-5)
Ref. Adam Cheadle
R1.
Miele starts fast with punches. Great push kick by Miele. Tweet takes her down. They rise. Nice knee by Tweet. Tweet on back nice upkick. Miele jumps into a inverted triangle but escapes to side. Miele lands some elbows and forearms while in side. Miele works her way to the other side and drops the occasional punch. Tweet gets her off but eats a punch for it. Tweet can not leave her back but lands a couple upkicks. Miele steps in and Tweet grabs her leg. Nothing there. They both stand. A minute left. Strikes by Tweet and a knee. Left then a right at the buzzer for Tweet.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Miele

R2.
Leg kick by Tweet. Left lands by Tweet. Front kick by Miele lands. Front kick by Tweet x 2 land. Hard left by Miele scores. Leg kick by Tweet. Tweet rushes in with a combo and then a knee. On break, Miele scores with a hard left. Hard left by Miele. Knee by Tweet. Hard left by Miele again. Miele coming over the top with that left. 2 minuts left. Not much landing. Jumping kick to the thigh by Miele. They clinch. Knees by Tweet in the clinch. She needs to keep the fight there. 4 unanswered punches by Tweet. Kick by Miele and avoids the spinning backfist of Tweet. Body kick by Tweet. Another kick by Tweet.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Tweet

R3.
Jab, Jab by Tweet before Miele grabs her by the neck and tosses her over her hip. Tweet on her back and Miele standing over her, which is a repeat of the first round. Miele drops into Tweet’s guard. Elbow from the back by Tweet. Tweet going for a triangle. Not locked on, but good enough to land shots on the trapped Miele. More shots from the bottom by Tweet. Miele out of danger but Tweet grabs an ankle. Heel hook attempt by Tweet. Two minutes left and Tweet puts Miele on her back and grinds her forearm into Miele’s face. Full mount for Tweet, but Miele escapes and is now in Tweet’s full guard. Tweet still the more active fighter even when on the bottom. Miele content to bury her face in Tweet’s chest.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Tweet

R4.
Inside leg kick by Tweet. Doubles up. Miele with a kick too. Not much on the strikes early in this championship round. Miele with a punch. Tweet tries to close the distance. Knees in the clinch by Tweet. Nice left by Miele in the clinch. They separate. Leg kick by Tweet and follows that with a right. Knee by Tweet but it is grabbed by Miele. Overhand left by Miele comes back. Leg kick by Miele but she eats a couple punches. Miele’s mouth has been wide open since the second. Very tired fighter. Tweet rushes in with her combos. Back kick by Miele. Miele moves in and Tweet gets her back. RNC attempt but Miele rolls to her back. Tweet in full mount. Tweet lands some punches and a lot more. Tweet alternating between going for an arm and dropping punches/elbows. Miele trapped and eating leather at round’s end.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Tweet

R5.
Miele needs to finish as we enter the fifth. She has renewed energy and is landing some punches to start. Hard right by Tweet pushes her back and then some more. Body shot, punches to the head and a high kick thrown in for good measure by Tweet. Leg kick sweeps Miele to the mat. Miele gets to her feet. They exchange jabs. Leg kick by Miele. Another by Miele. Tweet behind Miele. Gets hooks in and has her back on the mat. Tweet sits up and drops bombs. Miele not responding back. Tweet must have landed 20 shots. Nothing extremely hard as these ladies are tired. Cheadle close but not moving to stop them. Tweet with Miele’s back again. Full mount for Tweet. She will pound this one out to the buzzer.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-8 Tweet
Top MMA News scores the fight 49-45 Tweet
Official Decision: Charmaine Tweet defeats Jessy Miele by Unanimous Decision (50-44, 49-45×2)

Middleweight
Keith Smetana (10-6) vs Devon Smith (3-1)
Ref. Phil Koldyk
R1.
Leg kick by Smith. Smetana rushes in and pushes Smith against the cage. Smetana takes him down. Full mount. Smith gives up his back and Smetana looks for the RNC. There is the tap just under 2 minutes in.
Keith Smetana submits Devon Smith by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:52

Bantamweight
Aiemann Zahabi (5-0) vs Kyle Oliveira (3-1)
Ref. Jerin Valel
R1.
High kick by Zahabi to start, then three attempts at his body. Leg kick by Oliveira. High kick sails wide by Zahabi. Another short high kick by Zahabi. Leg kick by Oliveira. Then a high kick hits Oliveira’s neck. Not too hard though. Body kick by Zahabi who is using his rech advantage here. Another two kicks hit the arms of Oliveira. They both swing and land with lefts. Zahabi with a hard left straight. Zahabi with a kick but Oliveira injures his leg when avoiding the kick and Oliveira drops to the matt. Zahabi with a soccer kick to the head as Oliveira was on ground. Did it land though? Did it graze his head or shoulder? Unsure from my vantage point. Oliveira is holding his calf muscle or knee. Hard to see from here. It is over due to that injury. However, Valel did not call the fight yet. That easily could be a No Contest if that was an illegal blow, if it landed.
Aiemann Zahabi defeats Kyle Oliveira by TKO (Knee Injury) in Round 1, 2:17

Catchweight (140 lbs.)
Chris Day (3-2) vs Sean Quinn (7-6)
Ref. Adam Cheadle
Huge applause for hometown boy Sean Quinn. Lots of love. Shane Campbell in Day’s corner.
R1
Left right by Quinn gets things off with a punch. Another combo scores for Quinn. Hard right lands by Quinn. Day pushes Quinn to the cage but Quinn drops him to the mat. They quickly regain their feet. Left hook right scores for Quinn. They tie up. Day pushes Quinn against the cage. Many of the crowd is standing. They drop to the mat with Day on top. Quinn quickly gets back control and sinks in his leg hooks. Quinn softening him up. Hard lefts bounce Day’s head off mat. Quinn sinks in a RNC and elicits the tap and a huge ovation from his Regina crowd.
Sean Quinn submits Chris Day by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 3:11

Middleweight
Micah Brakefield (7-6) vs Mariusz Ksiazkiewicz (4-0) 
Ref. Phil Koldyk
R1.
Touch gloves. Brakefield takes the center of the cage. Crazy spinning kick sails wide right like a McCallum field goal attempt. Leg kick by Ksiazkiewicz. Brakefield ties him up and goes for a flying triangle. he transitions to an arm bar threat. Ksiazkiewicz escapes and the two engage in a leg lock battle. Brakefield rolls to hs back and pulls Ksiazkiewicz into his guard. Brakefield throws elbows all the while inching his leg up to attempt a triangle. Body shot by Ksiazkiewicz but he is really tied up in Brakefield’s legs. Ksiazkiewicz escapes nd lands a head kick on Brakefield. Brakefield goes for a takedown but nothing doing says Ksiazkiewicz. Get up. Koldyk makes Brakefield get to his feet. Shot by Brakefield and Ksiazkiewicz is on his back. Good round.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Brakefield

R2.
Hard body kick by Ksiazkiewicz. Brakefield shoots for a leg. He loses it and Ksiazkiewicz lands on top in north south. Brakefield rolls for an arm bar while Ksiazkiewicz drops a heavy hammer fist. Very interesting fight. Brakefield reaches for a leg while Ksiazkiewicz maintains top position. Ksiazkiewicz controlling Brakefield’s head in half guard while trying to get mount. Brakefield is wily and flexible. He goes after a triangle again. Ksiazkiewicz stands and drops a hard kick into Brakefield. Ksiazkiewicz drops Brakefield after he is forced to stand with a huge right! The two hit the mat with Brakefield on Ksiazkiewicz’s back. Ksiazkiewicz rolls to side control. One helluva fight! Ksiazkiewicz drops GNP bombs as the round ends.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Ksiazkiewicz

R3.
Brakefield does not come out and the fight is waved off.
Mariusz Ksiazkiewicz defeats Micah Brakefield by TKO (Ref stoppage) in Round 2, 5:00

Catchweight (220 lbs.)
Dan Amyotte (3-2) vs Nick Campbell (7-6)
Ref. Jerin Valel
Campbell has a huge height/reach advantage over Amyotte.
R1.
Body kick by Campbell. Amyotte paws away. Campbell with hard lefts and rights. Amyotte is hurt. Lots landed there for Campbell. Hard standing elbows by Campbell. Amyotte drops to the canvas and Valel stops the bout. A belligerent beatdown!
Nick Campbell defeats Dan Amyotte by TKO(Strikes) in Round 1, 1:04

Bantamweight
Josh Rich (3-1) vs Brad Katona (2-0)
Ref. Phil Koldyk
Loud cheers for the Winnipeg Academy of MMA fighters.
R1.
Leg kick by Rich. Left right by Katona followed up with a leg kick. Leg kick by Rich. Big overhand right by Rich misses and Katona ducks under to take him down. No dice on the TD though. Knee by Katona though. Katona wraps up his head and wrestles Rich down. Rich holding Katona in half guard. Katona tied up pretty good and lands some knees and then some elbows. Rich on his knees and rolls over. The two ar back on the feet. Right by Katona. High kick by Katona blocked. Left right left by Katona. Rich goes for clinch. Katona give him a couple knees as a gift to his stomach. Rich goes for his legs and Katona sprawls nicely. More knees by Katona who tries a standing guillotine. Rich escapes and the two hit the mat. Katona with back control as the buzzer sounds.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Katona

R2.
Body kick by Rich to start it off. Knee by Katona. Body kick by Rich, who is really looking to stay at range now. Hard body kick by Katona. Hard shot by Katona. Left by Katona. The two tie up and Rich is against the fence again. Katona gradually works Rich to the mat. Butterfly guard by Rich but Katona works to his half. Knee to the side by Katona. Katona dropping the odd hammer fist from half guard. Katona with about four rights to Rich. Round ends with Katona on top.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Katona

R3.
Rich needs a finish in this round. Leg kick by Rich. Body kick by Rich. Kick by Katona and one by Rich. Hard right by Katona. High kick by Katona. Rich stumbles after a left by Katona. Rich more tired with three minutes left. Katona tying Rich up against the cage. He gets Rich’s back. Leg hooks in now as Katona looks for the RNC. Rich trying to escape but Katona wraps him tighter. Katona with a few rights to Rich’s ribs. The RNC is still the target though. His forearm is under Rich’s chin but Rich slips out. Round ends.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Katona
Brad Katona defeats Josh Rich by Unanimous Decision (30-27 x3)

Welterweight
Damian Johnston (1-0) vs Matt Zemlak (Pro Debut)
Ref. Adam Cheadle
“Top Knot” Johnston with the man bun thingy on his head. Nickname makes sense. Zemlak gets a warm reception from hometown crowd.
R1.
Tie up immediately. Zemlak pushing Johnston against the fence. Johnston reverses and then Zemlak reverses and feeds him 3 shots to the body. Knee to the body by Zemlak. The two break. Knee to the head by Zemlak who pushes Johnston against the cage once again. Knee to the stomach again by Zemlak, who has a definite strength advantage. Leg kick by Zemlak. Zemlak with an uppercut and starts swinging. Johnston takes Zemlak down and is in side control with 2 minutes left. Johnston with knees to the ribs and tries to trap Zemlak’s right arm. “LETS GO MATTY” is the chorus in the Orr Centre with Zemlak on his back. Not much happening from top other than the odd body shot and light tap from half guard. Zemlak with some power to sweep Johnston and lands in his side control. Johnston going for an arm while Zemlak punches body as time runs out.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Zemlak

R2.
Leg kick by Zemlak and they tie up. Johnston shrugs him off. Johnston trips Zemlak to the ground. Zemlak on his back in full guard. Johnston quickly moves to side. Johnston content to keep him down while trying to interrupt Zemlak’s breathing. Johnston with about 5 lefts to Zemlak’s head. Not much action with Johnston in side. 2:30 left in round. Now Johnston feeding Zemlak constant lefts. More shots to Zemlak. Zemlak tries the sweep again but gets rejected. Johnston landing more punches and the fight is stopped by Adam Cheadle. That could have been a verbal tap by Zemlak. Was not much damage happening though. Hard to tell from my distance. Probably a verbal tap.
Damian Johnston submits Matt Zemlak by Verbal Tapout due to Strikes in Round 2, 3:59

Featherweight
Ryan Wesaquate (Pro Debut) vs Cory Chambers (Pro Debut) 
Ref. Phil Koldyk
R1.
High kick misses by Wesaquate. Leg kick lands by Wesaquate. Chambers grazes with a leg kick. Jumping right sails over Wesaquate’s melon. Leg kick by Wesaquate. Side kick to Chambers’ stomach. Inside leg kick by Wesaquate. Two rights land by Chambers. Left hook lands by Wesaquate then Chambers responds with harder blows. Superman punch by Wesaquate. Uppercut by Chambers fails to find the mark. Leg kick by Chambers. 2 mins left. Hard kick to the leg by Chambers but it looks as though his knee caught Wesaquate’s beans. Time out. Back on. High kick by Chambers barely connects. Wesaquate shoots and is caught in a guillotine attempt. Wesaquate escapes. Side kick to the knee by Wesaquate. Chambers with a punch and a Wesaquate high kick lands. A Wesaquate high kick blocked.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Wesaquate close round and I was obstructed for a few shots that must have landed because the crowd roared. Stupid ring posts.

R2.
Leg kick by Chambers. Body kick by Chambers. Wesaquate goes down holding his forearm. Could be a break.
Cory Chambers defeats Ryan Wesaquate by TKO (Kick,Injury) in Round 2, 0:26

Lightweight
Dallyn Wirachowsky (0-1) vs Josh Goodheart (Pro Debut)
Ref. Adam Cheadle
R1.
Leg kick by Goodheart and a combo by Wirachowsky to start. Jab by Goodheart. Goodheart leg kick but Wirachowsky responds with strikes. Goodheart looking for a standing guillotine but nothing doing. Goodheart with a knee on the break. Then Wirachowsky turns his back to Goodheart and Goodheart locks on a standing rear naked and Wirachowsky quickly taps.
Josh Goodheart submits Dallyn Wirachowsky by Standing Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:04
(sorry…too far away to ask commission for official time and no sound on the official announcement.
Update: Stole time of finish from Goodheart’s twitter feed.  @Goodheart_MMA btw)

Catchweight (175 lbs.)
Thomas Richardson (2-0) vs Derek Gatz (0-1)
Ref. Jerin Valel
Richardson was on his way to victory at PFC 1, before an accidental head butt ruled the fight a no contest. This is WAMMA vs Scheer’s fight. Two good gyms here.
R1. Touch gloves and they are off. Richardson with a single immediately that brings Gatz to the ground. Gatz working an arm to no effect. Full mount for Richardson but bucked off. Back to full guard for Gatz who was looking for a Triangle. Gatz in half guard now. Arm bar attempt by Richardson and he transitions to a Triangle attempt. Tap tap. Richardson looked very impressive once again.
Thomas Richardson submits Derek Gatz by Triangle in Round 1, 2:01

Lightweight
Myles Anderson (0-3) vs Ryan Rohovich (1-3)
Ref. Phil Koldyk
R1.
Tentative start while the two paw at each other. Anderson lands the first leg kick. Kick by Rohovich lands. The two exchange kicks. Standing guillotine attmept by Rohovich. Anderson taps.
Ryan Rohovich submits Myles Anderson by Standing Guillotine in Round 1, 1:22

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25 Responses to “ Prestige Fight Club 2 Live Results and Play-by-Play ”

  1. Blackout says:

    aw, man. Ryan :( What a shitty turn of events. Much love and respect to you, brother.

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  2. Sitting a ways from the cage tonight so there are a few larger blind spots. Apologize now if I miss a bit of action.

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  3. EPerez says:

    2 knee

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  4. RealMma says:

    The commentary on the Johnston fight is soooo biased it’s disgusting. If you want to be this partial don’t bother posting! Great job to another Peg brother Johnston on a great fight. Never any doubt and he definitely won first round clearly.

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  5. Biased? I call them as I see them. By the way, Johnston would be my Peg brother too, I guess.

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  6. EPerez says:

    Is there any possible way for Robin Black to give any more praise to Aieman for being smart, classy and whatever else was on the tip of his tongue?? Credit where credit is due but stop checking your pockets and under rocks for it.

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  7. Bobby Karimi-Busheri says:

    Yes!!!! Sean Quinn is the man! Lol :)

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  8. Tyler Wilson says:

    Where is this being broadcast or streamed?

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  9. The Goods says:

    Keith I think the Johnston fight was right on for the record, also very impressed with Goodheart for his pro debut tonight, very composed.

    Hot debate. What do you think? Thumb up 5 Thumb down 5

  10. Bobby Karimi-Busheri says:

    Keith who’s the guy in the blue with the hat on next to you?

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  11. Bobby Karimi-Busheri says:

    Tyler Wilson it’s Fight Network

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  12. Tyler Wilson says:

    Alright thanks

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  13. Jay says:

    Awesome win for Quinn.

    FYI – sounds like Ryan does have a broken forearm.

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  14. Tyler Wilson says:

    What happened with Kyle Oliveira?

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  15. Bobby Karimi-Busheri says:

    Looks like he blew his knee out stepping back. Or maybe calf? Seemed to be in a ton of pain. Hopefully it’s not too bad of an injury.

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  16. Tyler Wilson says:

    Aww that’s too bad

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  17. PegFightersMMA says:

    Great job by our Winnipeg fighters tonight.Too bad for Kyle, I thought he looked good early in that fight. And for the record feel like that Johnston fight first round was real tight but I gave it to him for the takedown and he got back on top before the end of that round as well. Great job on commentary Keith and great job Winnipeg

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  18. BB says:

    Crazy main event. Great fight. Was hoping for Southern win but his opponent tough as nails.

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  19. Wow... says:

    Nick Campbell is a tank!

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  20. Robin Black says:

    It was a genuine gift to call these great fights.
    My apologies to Kyle, and Perez and Kyle’s other teammates, if I over credited Aiemann or under credited Kyle.

    I have a tendency to focus on celebrating the beauty and class of fighting and I can sometimes swing too hard in that direction.

    My sincere apologies.

    Here’s to hoping Kyle bounces back as quick as possible. He’s a brilliant athlete and a brilliant young man.

    Much love to all the brilliant fighters.

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  21. EPerez says:

    Yay Sean Quinn!

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  22. Pavlić says:

    Great night of fights! Congrats to all the WAMMA fighters that competed, and made their home gym proud! I love the direction these guys are headed, Curtis Brigham is doing things right!

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  23. Sask Boy says:

    Great card!

    Thoughts on the night,

    Pumped Sean Quinn is back, he’s so fun to watch!

    Nick Campbell, great guy but he got a gift fight, which tend to be the only ones he csn win in his career, his only wins are over guys with terrible losing records or much smaller men

    Micah Brakfield really needs to hang it up, awesome grappler but he gets KOed every other fight, I think that’s the 4th or 5th time he’s been stopped or knocked out in the last year, even when he wins he’s getting hurt, don’t want to see the guy with serious long term damage. To say he has no chin left would be an understatement.

    Kurt Southern is an animal, that fight was nuts to watch and could have ended at anytime, can’t wait to see him back!!

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  24. Vision says:

    Why is everyone so horned up over Sean Quinn beating the shit out of a fairly unknown fighter in Chris Day who was comming off 2 losses?

    Sean Quinn is really good at 135. He has fought some of the best 135 guys in Canada.

    I’m glad Quinn is back, he’s really fucking good but I dunno why people are so horned up over him beating Chris Day.

    If he beat Jesse Arnett in the 1st round then people should get all horned up.

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  25. Just sayin says:

    How can tweet win a belt when she missed weight? Even though just by .4 of a lb on her 2nd attempt, its still missing weight. Must be nice to win a belt for a weight class you didn’t make weight for..

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