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KICK DOWN 117 "COUNTER ATTACK"

KICK DOWN 117 "COUNTER ATTACK"
Saturday March 14, 2015
At The STAMPEDE
Parker and Havana
Doors open at 6:30P.M. 1st bout at 7:30P.M.

GARY PETLEY

VS

MATT MCOMIE

TREVOR OCONNOR

VS

JASON RUBIO

BRANDON WHITE

KICK DOWN WELTERWEIGHT MMA TITLE

VS

KEITH SACK

VINCE SALAZAR

VS

DOMINIC VALENZUELA

KIRK HILL

VS

ADOLPH RAEL

WILLY BAISLEY

KICK DOWN FEATHERWEIGHT MMA TITLE

VS

JAKE GALLAGHER

VINCE VUE

VS

JOHN MCANDREWS

JESSE AMES

VS

COBY YANNACONE

ALFREDO VALDEZ

VS

AARON LOPEZ

MANDY GUEST

VS

KATHRYN PAPROCKI

HENRY HOLMES

VS

JEREMY HOPPER

 

 
KICK DOWN 116 "BEGIN 2015"

 

 

KICK DOWN 116 “BEGIN 2015”

Doors open at 6:30PM first bout at 7:30PM

Tickets available by calling 720-422-5154



Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2015 08:36
 
KICK DOWN 115 "STAMPEDE"

 

KICK DOWN 115 “STAMPEDE”

On Saturday November 8, 2014 the KICK DOWN MMA promotion returns to a new venue-The  “Stampede” located at 2430 South Havana Street Aurora, Colorado known for it’s Country Western atmosphere and 25,000 square foot facility. The 11 bout fight card will feature 3 titles, 1 women’s bout  and 9 new comers to the promotion. Fighters from 4 different states and the showcase of new talent.

In the main event Marco Ambriz (6-2) will face Chris Hansen (3-3) for the Kick Down Jr. Lightweight MMA  title. In the Co-Main event Andrew Hathaway (3-3) will face Travis Connors (5-2) for the Kick Down Welterweight MMA Title. Mike Laurita will square off against Jacob Flesher for the first ever Jr Lightheavyweight  MMA  title. Colorado VS Wisconsin when Ethan Alley (2-0) faces Jake Shafer (2-2) in a lightweight superfight. Gary Petley  and Danny Bohnen, Vince Vue and Kris Briggs Jr represent the undercard with Devynn Pruett facing Mandy Guest in the only women’s bout on the card.

 

Doors open at 6:30PM first bout at 7:30PM

Tickets available by calling 720-422-5154

Tables of 4 just $135.00

General Admission $25.00

FIGHT CARD

CHRIS HANSEN

VS

KICK DOWN JR LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE

MARCO AMBRIZ

ANDREW HATHAWAY

VS

KICK DOWN WELTERWEIGHT TITLE

TRAVIS CONNORS

GARY PETLEY

VS

DANNY BOHNEN

MIKE LAURITA

VS

JR LIGHTHEAVYWEIGHT TITLE

JACOB FLESHER

VINCE VUE

VS

KRIS BRIGGS JR.

ETHAN ALLEY

COLORADO

VS

JAKE SHAFER

WISCONSIN

DANIEL COLE

VS

MIKE DUBLIN

JASON RUBIO

VS

MAURICE SALAZAR

MARIO SUAZO

VS

NICK BRYANT

DEVYNN PRUETT

VS

MANDY GUEST

DEREK BLAIR

VS

SAMUEL GILMORE

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 November 2014 15:58
 
KICK DOWN 113 "WARRIORS"

Kick Down 113: “Warriors Creed”

Written by JR Gordon at www.MMABuzz.com

 

Saturday March 08, 2014 at the Double Tree Hotel in Denver, Colorado the Kick Down fight promotion held their, “Warriors Creed” event. There were 10 fights total with two kickboxing fights and the main event being a professional MMA fight.

Main event: Lannon Quintanna an independent fighter vs. Matt Peckham of Pangsuko in a 155 lb. professional fight. Quintanna came forward and scored an immediate takedown. On the mat Quintanna controlled position all round working GNP as Peckham tried to escape and set up submission attempts. Round two was an exact replay of round one with Quintanna scoring an early takedown and controlling position and working GNP all round while Peckham was busy with submission and escape attempts. Round three opened with Peckham trying for a flying knee. Quintanna caught the strike and took the fight to the mat. The rest of the round played out as did rounds one and two with Quintanna scoring with strikes on the ground and not giving Peckham any space to set in submissions. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Lannon Quintanna.

Jeff Nemeth of Z’s training gym vs. T.J. Sandau of Infinite MMA in a 146 lb. title fight. The fighters touched gloves and the first technique Nemeth threw, a round kick to the body landed flush dropping Sandau. Nemeth followed with 2-3 GNP strikes to score the TKO win at :11 of round one.

Satchel Yellowhawk of Edge MMA vs. Jake Mendez of Trials MMA in a 152 lb. fight. Round one had a very fast and aggressive pace with Yellowhawk controlling position and Mendez scoring with striking. Round two had Mendez working striking well from the outside including landing a glancing head kick that momentarily stunned Yellowhawk. Yellowhawk recovered and the fight went to the mat with Mendez trying for an armbar that Yellowhawk escaped. The fight came back to standing and when Yellowhawk closed in with strikes Mendez spun him to the mat. On the ground there was a scramble for position with Mendez taking back control and setting in the RNC for the submission victory at 1:49 of round one.

Will Gravely of Z’s training gym vs. Joe Barton of Altitude MMA in a 171 lb. title fight. Round one went to the mat multiple times with Barton scoring the takedowns. After the third takedown Barton was able to establish position and keep the fight on the mat as Gravely stayed active with escape attempts. Round two was multiple takedowns by Barton as Gravely worked multiple escapes and reversals. Round three began with Gravely being able to put together several flurries. Near the end of the round Barton scored a takedown and he was able to control position until the bell ended the fight. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Joe Barton.

Angel Estrada of Edge MMA vs. Kris Briggs of Team Briggs in a 126 lb. fight. The fighters probed with strikes from the outside until Briggs scored a takedown. On the mat Estrada quickly set in a triangle choke that Briggs tried to slam his way out of; Estrada however got the choke closed off for the win with the tapout coming at 1:04 of round one.

Adam Carey of Trials MMA vs. Frank Duran an independent fighter in a 196 lb. fight. Round one hit the mat early with Carey working solid GNP until Duran worked to his feet. The fight went to the mat again quickly by way of a Carey takedown and he spent the rest of the round working GNP from the top as Duran worked striking from off of his back. Round two had solid leg kicks from Duran to start but once Carey clinched he scored with a suplex takedown. On the mat both fighters worked strikes then Carey stood and Duran kept him at bay with kicks from his back for most of the rest of the round. Round three had a big takedown from Carey early and for the rest of the round he controlled position and worked between GNP and submission attempts ad Duran worked to escape. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Adam Carey.

Everett Scovell of America’s Best Martial Arts vs. Ivan Emrick of Garcia Sports in a 270 lb. fight. The fighters probed with strikes from the outside until Scovell slipped throwing a kick. Emrick followed him to the mat, took back control and set in the RNC for the tapout victory at :27 of round one.

Micah Romero of the Nomad Fight Team vs. Kevin Tyner of Team Hit Man in a 166 lb. fight. Tyner immediately made it know he wanted the fight on the mat and after several takedown attempts he got it there. On the ground Tyner was active with GNP but Romero worked back to standing. Tyner took him down again but he landed an accidental back of the head strike and the fight was brought to standing. Once more Tyner scored a takedown and he used his GNP to set up the fight winning armbar with the tapout coming at 1:48 of round one.

Hanna Schaefer vs. Mandy Guest in a 126 lb. kickboxing fight. Round one was fast paced all round with both fighters landing well with punches, kicks and knees both in and out of the clinch. Round two was filled with more fast paced action from both as Schaefer stayed aggressive all round and Guest counter struck to good effect. Round three had an exciting toe-to-toe flurry to start. Both fighters then worked effectively in and out of clinch range and both landed strikes that visibly hurt the other. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Mandy Guest.

Henry Holmes vs. Josh DeValle in a 156 lb. kickboxing fight. Round one was strong back and forth action with Holmes controlling the action with knees in the clinch and DeValle pressuring forward. Round two was more back and forth action with the round being punctuated by a strong spinning back kick from DeValle that took Holmes off of his feet. Round three was the fastest paced round of the fight with both fighters landing aggressive techniques and mixing their punches and kicks well. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Henry Holmes.

MMABuzz.com’s, “Of The Night” moments:

Submission of the night goes to Angel Estrada for his triangle choke victory.

TKO of the night goes to Jeff Nemeth for his :11 title winning body kick-GNP victory.

Fight of the night goes to Satchell Yellowhawk and Jake Mendez for their fast paced highly technical fight.

Best in Health and Training,

JR Gordon

www.MMABuzz.com

 

 

 

 

 





 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 17:00
 
KICK DOWN 112 "MMA New Year"

Kick Down 112: “MMA New Year”

Written by J.R. Gordon at www.MMABuzz.com

Saturday January 4, 2014 at The Double Tree Hotel in Denver, Colorado the Kick Down fight promotion held their, “MMA New Year” show. There were 10 bouts on the card with one kickboxing fight, one women’s MMA fight, two professional fights and three titles being contested including the Main Event, a professional featherweight title fight.

Main event: Joey Munoz vs. Joey Welch in a 150 lb. professional title fight. The fighters clinched immediately and Welch went to the mat looking for a Kimura. Munoz controlled position, secured back control and set in the title winning RNC at :57 of round one.

Cody Connell vs. Steven Lee in a 165 lb. professional fight. Connell scored an immediate takedown and worked from side control to north/south to set in the fight winning north/south choke with the tapout coming at 1:22 of round one.

Adam Vigil vs. Andrew Kaupilla in a 153 lb. title fight. Round one had Vigil scoring well with strikes and takedowns. Vigil was able to maintain top position when on the ground, but several times Kaupilla threatened with deep submission attempts. Round two had Vigil again controlling position and landing hard punches while standing while Kaupilla again stayed busy by way of threatening with submissions. Round three had good takedowns by Vigil to start but on the mat Kaupilla worked to dominant position and went from submission attempts to very solid knee strikes to the body. The referee stood the fighters when Kaupilla grabbed the cage and on the restart Vigil took it to the ground but Kaupilla controlled position and threatened with 4-5 very deep submission attempts that Vigil evaded until the bell ended the fight. The scorecards were read and the title winner by split decision was Andrew Kaupilla.

Angel Estrada vs. Robert Fratterelli in a 125 lb. title fight. Estrada worked hard leg kicks to open and Fratterelli countered with punches. As the round progressed both fighters landed well with a mix of strikes. Estrada was able to stagger Fraterelli, but he recovered quickly and both fighters threw a high volume of punches to end the round. Round two was all standing with both fighters landing hard fast and accurate punches and each mixing their kicks and punches to good effect. To end the round Fratterelli was able to drop Estrada with a punch but Estrada recovered well to make it out of the round. Round three had a fast pace to start with Fratterelli using good footwork to get into and out of striking range. The action was stopped when Estrada received an accidental groin kick. On the restart both fighters threw a high volume of punches with each scoring well. The round ended with both fighters utilizing crisp combinations. The scorecards were read and the title winner by unanimous decision was Fratterelli.

Kris Briggs Jr. vs. A.J. Robb in a 125 lb. fight. The fighters set a very fast pace for all of round one with each able to land good strikes while standing. On the mat Robb was aggressive with his positioning and GNP while Briggs hunted for submissions. Round two also had good standing striking and ground action from both fighters. Each was able to stagger the other, then Rodd dropped Briggs and when Robb flurried with GNP he scored the TKO win at 2:46 of round two.

Latrisha Breidenbach vs. Kara Gehrig in a 130 lb. fight. The fighters traded punches to open the bout then Gehrig scored a takedown and worked some GNP before being swept. From mount Breidenbach worked for an Americana shoulder lock that was defended until the bell ended the round. Round two was all standing with Gehrig being able to land the more powerful and accurate strikes. Round three was also all standing with Gehrig landing the higher volume of strikes and both fighters flurrying well at the ten second clacker. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Kara Gehrig.

Everett Scovell vs. Benjamin McLaughlin in a 265 lb. fight. The fighters came to the center of the cage and immediately began trading very hard punches with each able to stagger the other. It was Scovell that landed the fight ending flurry to get the TKO win at :16 of round one.

Frank Duran vs. Kelly Doty in a 205 lb. fight. Duran scored a fast takedown and worked to improve his position until the fighters came to standing. Again Duran scored a takedown and he worked GNP from full mount until the action slowed and the referee stood the fighters. On the restart Duran pressured forward and landed a strong combination that scored him the KO win at 2:29 of round one.

Beau Menchaka vs. Japhet Springsteen in a 180 lb. fight. The fighters traded good punches both in and out of the clinch. Springsteen tried for a takedown that Manchaca stuffed before he put the fight ending flurry of punches that got him the TKO. Manchaca scored the win at 1:34 of round one.

Ethan Alley vs. Zack Lubline in a 156 lb. kickboxing fight. The fighters traded hard strikes in and out of the clinch with Alley landing the more solid strikes including several flurries of hard body punches. Round two had good flurries of body punches and strong clinch work by Alley as Lubline scored well with several counter punches. Round three again saw Alley scoring well with combinations and Lubline trying to work counter punching. The scorecards were read and the winner by unanimous decision was Ethan Alley.

MMABuzz.com’s, “Of The Night” moments:

Submission of the night goes to Cody Connell for his round one north/south choke submission victory.

KO of the night goes to Frank Duran for his first round KO win.

Fight of the night goes to Adam Vigil and Andrew Kaupilla for their back and forth fast paced very technical three round split decision title fight.

J.R. Gordon

www.MMABuzz.com

tkw

 

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 05 January 2014 06:54
 
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