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Mfc 21
MFC 21: Hard Knocks was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on May 15, 2009 in Enoch, Alberta.[1][2] Fight Card[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesLight Heavyweight Trevor Prangley def. Emanuel Newton (c) Decision (Unanimous) 5 5:00 [a]Heavyweight Bobby Lashley def. Mike Cook Technical Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 0:24Middleweight Travis Galbraith def. David Heath Decision (Split) 3 5:00Welterweight John Alessio def. Andrew Buckland Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 2:53Light Heavyweight Ryan Jimmo def. Mychal Clark Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Light Heavyweight Marvin Eastman def. Aron Lofton TKO (Elbows) 2 0:49Heavyweight William Richey def. Ryan Fortin Decision (Split) 3 5:00Light Heavyweight Jason Heit def. Jeremy C
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Maximum Fighting Championship
Mark Pavelich (CEO) Dave Pavelich (Vice-President) Manon Pavelich (Treasurer/Tickets)[1]Parent Pavelich Sports Inc.Website http://www.maximumfighting.com Maximum Fighting Championship is a Canadian mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion based in Edmonton, Alberta. MFC’s former home, in Canada, is the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta, located just outside Edmonton, Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
but has also held events at the Edmonton Expo Centre.[2] MFC events are broadcast on The Fight Network, AXS TV (formerly HDnet) in North America
North America
and most recently TSN2. MFC is known to be the biggest MMA promotion in Canada
Canada
and one of the top MMA shows in the World
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MFC 18
MFC 18: Famous was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on September 26, 2008 in Enoch, Alberta.[1][2]Contents1 Background 2 Fight Card 3 See also 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] It was announced that the winner of the David Heath and Emanuel Newton fight would receive a title shot against MFC Light Heavyweight Champion Roger Hollett
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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MFC 31
MFC 31: Rundown was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on October 7, 2011 at the Mayfield Inn Trade and Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.[1] The event was broadcast live on HDNet.[2] Background[edit] Antonio McKee and Brian Cobb were expected to fight for the MFC Lightweight Championship on this card.[1] However, that bout was moved to MFC 32.[3] This event used a half-point scoring system.[4] Results[edit] Main Card:MFC Light Heavyweight Championship bout: Ryan Jimmo vs. Rameau Thierry SokoudjouJimmo defeated Sokoudjou via unanimous decision (49–48, 49–48, 49–48).Lightweight bout: Kajan Johnson vs. Richie Whitso]Johnson defeated Whitson via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:52 of round 1.Lightweight bout: Adam Lynn vs. Curtis DemarceLynn defeated Demarce via KO (elbow) at 1:38 of round 1.Lightweight bout: Sabah Fadai vs
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MFC 30
MFC 30: Up Close and Personal was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on June 10, 2011 at the Mayfield Inn Trade and Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.[1] The event was broadcast live on HDNet. Background[edit] According to MFC Director of Media and Fighter Relations Scott Zerr, the promotion and Lightweight title holder Antonio McKee opted to "mutually vacate" the title.[1] Thomas Denny vs. Sheldon Westcott was a rematch from MFC 28 which ended in a split draw. The judges' scores for the Demarce/Washington were initially read incorrectly with Washington announced as the winner. This was later corrected during the broadcast by the announcers. Results[edit]Lightweight bout: Drew Fickett vs. Brian CobbCobb defeated Fickett via TKO (punches) at 4:44 in round 1.Welterweight bout: Marcus Davis vs. Pete SprattDavis defeated Spratt via unanimous decision (29–28, 30–27, 29–28).Catchweight (165 lb.) bout: Thomas Denny vs
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MFC 29
MFC 29: Conquer was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on April 8, 2011 at the Colosseum at Caesars Windsor in Windsor, Ontario.[1] The event was broadcast on HDNet. Background[edit] During the broadcast of MFC 28, owner Mark Pavelich announced that he had signed recently released UFC lightweight fighter Marcus Davis to appear on this card. Davis was expected to fight Kajan Johnson at this card, however Johnson pulled out with an injured shoulder. Davis ended up fighting Curtis Demarce.[2] MFC 29 is the only MFC event in which all bouts took place in a circular cage instead of their signature ring. This was done in accordance with the regulations utilized in Ontario which requires all mixed martial arts fights to be held in a cage structure
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MFC 28
MFC 28: Supremacy was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on February 25, 2011 at the River Cree Casino in Enoch, Alberta.[1]Contents1 Background 2 Results2.1 Main Card3 ReferencesBackground[edit] Antonio McKee was originally scheduled to defend his lightweight title against Drew Fickett. However, McKee was forced to withdraw from the bout and was replaced by UFC veteran Matt Veach.[2] Results[edit] Main Card[edit]MFC Light Heavyweight Championship bout: Ryan Jimmo vs. Dwayne LewisJimmo defeated Lewis via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 3:13 of round 3 to win the vacant MFC Light Heavyweight Championship.Catchweight (160 lbs) bout: Drew Fickett vs. Matt VeachFickett defeated Veach via submission (armbar) at 0:36 of round 1.Lightweight bout: Richie Whitson vs. Curtis DemarceWhitson defeated Demarce via split decision (28–29, 29–28, 29–28).Welterweight bout: Thomas Denny vs
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MFC 27
MFC 27: Breaking Point was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on November 12, 2010 at the River Cree Casino in Enoch, Alberta.[1]Contents1 Background 2 Results 3 References 4 See alsoBackground[edit] This event featured an MFC Welterweight title fight between Douglas Lima and Jesse Juarez.[1] It also aired on HDNet Fights.[1] Glover Teixeira was forced off the card due to visa problems, and was replaced with UFC veteran Rodney Wallace.[2] Results[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesWelterweight Douglas Lima def. Jesse Juarez Submission (Triangle Armbar) 3 2:37 [a]Welterweight Ryan Ford def. Pete Spratt Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 2 3:07Light Heavyweight Dwayne Lewis def. Razak Al-Hassan Decision (Split) 3 5:00Light Heavyweight Rodney Wallace def. David Heath Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Catchweight (158 lb.) Kajan Johnson def. Ryan Healy Decision (Unanimous)
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MFC 26
MFC 26: Retribution was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on September 10, 2010 at the River Cree Casino in Enoch, Alberta.[1] The event was aired live on HDNet[1] with commentators Michael Schiavello, Frank Trigg and Guy Mezger.Contents1 Background 2 Results 3 References 4 See alsoBackground[edit] This event featured an MFC Lightweight title fight between Antonio McKee and Luciano Azevedo
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MFC 25
MFC 25: Vindication was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on May 7, 2014 at the Edmonton Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.[1] The event aired live on HDNet.[2] The main event featured Thales Leites taking on Jesse Taylor in a middleweight bout.[3]Contents1 Background 2 Results 3 References 4 See alsoBackground[edit] A scheduled fight between David Heath and Solomon Hutcherson was cancelled due to an injury to Hutcherson.[4] Results[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesMiddleweight Thales Leites def. Jesse Taylor Submission (Triangle Armbar) 1 2:27Catchweight (208 lbs.) Ryan Jimmo def. Wilson Gouveia Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Light Heavyweight Emanuel Newton def. Dwayne Lewis Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Welterweight Pete Spratt def. Luigi Fioravanti TKO (Punches) 3 4:02Welterweight Gavin Neil def. Richie Hightower Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 2:52He
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MFC 24
MFC 24: HeatXC was a mixed martial arts event to be held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on February 26, 2010 at the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta.[1] The main event featured Yves Edwards taking on Derrick Noble in a lightweight bout.[2] The event aired live on HDNet.[3] Results[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesLightweight Yves Edwards def. Derrick Noble TKO (Punches) 1 4:44Middleweight Tom Watson def. Travis Galbraith KO (Head Kick) 1 1:56Light heavyweight Dwayne Lewis def. Ryan McClain TKO (Punches and Elbows) 2 2:08Welterweight Jesse Juarez def. Nathan Gunn KO (Head Kick) 1 0:11Welterweight Dami Egbeyemi def. Paapa Inkumsah Decision (Split) 3 5:00Welterweight David Letourneau def. Nick Hrynchyshyn Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Lightweight Garret Nybakken def. Chris Barber Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 2:30Light heavyweight Zach Blaber def. Eric Chouinard Submission
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MFC 23
MFC 23: Unstoppable was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on December 4th, 2009 at the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta.[1] The main event featured former UFC contender Thales Leites taking on fellow UFC veteran Dean Lister. The co-main event featured Jason MacDonald taking on Solomon Hutcherson.[2] The event aired live on HDNet.[3] Fight Card[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesMiddleweight Thales Leites def. Dean Lister Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Middleweight Jason MacDonald def. Emanuel Newton Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00 [a]Middleweight Bryan Baker def. Art Santore Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Light Heavyweight Dwayne Lewis def. Marvin Eastman KO (Punch) 1 4:58Welterweight Jesse Juarez def. Joe Christopher Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Heavyweight Nick Penner def. Ryan Fortin Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 2 3:31Lightweight Ryan Machan def. Kajan Johnso
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MFC 19
MFC 19: Long Time Coming was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on December 5th, 2008 in Enoch, Alberta.[1][2] Fight Card[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesLight Heavyweight Emanuel Newton def. Roger Hollett (c) Decision (Unanimous) 5 5:00 [a]Welterweight Paul Daley def. John Alessio TKO (Punches) 2 2:18Lightweight Derrick Noble def. Ariel Sexton Submission (Guillotine Choke) 2 1:30Middleweight Kyle Sandford def. Joey Gorczynski Decision (Split) 3 5:00Lightweight Ryan Machan def. Mike Sorenson Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 4:54Preliminary cardLightweight Josh Russell def. Colby Snyder Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 1:44Light Heavyweight Aron Lofton def. Jason Kuchera Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 0:44Lightweight Gavin Neil def. Alain Hernandez Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 2:44Welterweight Jesse Clarke def. Nolan Clark TKO (Punches) 1
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MFC 17
MFC 17: Hostile Takeover was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on July 25th, 2008 in Enoch, Alberta.[1][2]Contents1 Background 2 Fight Card 3 See also 4 ReferencesBackground[edit] Ryan Ford was expected to face Joe Jordan for the vacant MFC Welterweight title, but Jordan was sidelined due to a back injury
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MFC 20
MFC 20: Destined for Greatness was a mixed martial arts event held by the Maximum Fighting Championship (MFC) on February 20th, 2009 in Enoch, Alberta.[1][2] Fight Card[edit]Main CardWeight classMethod Round Time NotesWelterweight Pat Healy (c) def. Ryan Ford Decision (Split) 5 5:00 [a]Welterweight Nick Thompson def. Paul Daley Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Welterweight Antonio McKee def. Derrick Noble Decision (Unanimous) 5 5:00 [b]Middleweight Bryan Baker def. Rory Singer TKO (Punches) 1 4:56Light Heavyweight David Heath def. Roger Hollett Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 2:30Middleweight Solomon Hutcherson def. Dave Mewborn Decision (Unanimous) 3 5:00Lightweight Ryan Machan def. Simon Marini Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 1:48Lightweight Evan Sanguin def.
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