The main event at Fight For It 7 was a grueling war of attrition, with both Chase Gamble and Garrick James showcasing tenacity and toughness as well as technical finesse for the full 15 minutes. James kept Gamble against the fence for much of the first two rounds, chipping away with foot stomps and knees while applying heavy pressure. But Gamble had his own attacks — including a rare flying triangle attempt — to keep James busy. In round three, Gamble scored key takedowns and delivered heavy knees and elbows to, ultimately, nab the split decision victory. James slides to 4-3, while Gamble moves to 6-5.
Kickboxing newcomers Shannon Lovelace and Chasity Bolch test their skills at Fight For It XI
Training for a debut fight is like going on the first date, the first day of school ,or the first day with a new job. Your nerves come from wondering if you are going to […]
Kasen Taylor and Tyler Kirkpatrick promise an explosive, relentless bout at Fight For It XIV
The fight between Kasen Taylor and Tyler Kirkpatrick promises to be a frightening display of raw power and unrelenting aggression. These two young athletes are known for their ferocious fighting styles, and their intense determination […]
Dalton “Too Strong” Taylor and Caleb “The Finisher” Harris wage war for the heavyweight title
There are few certainties in mixed martial arts, but here’s one: One November 23, there will be a new heavyweight champion. The vacant title is up for grabs as Dalton “Too Strong” Taylor and Caleb […]