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.
This was the MMA début for Taylor Scharf representing Fight Factory and Daniel Wilkins fighting for SAGA Combat Systems. Despite the combatants’ relative inexperience, however, the fight quickly found a rhythm. The bout began with […]
Toni Wilson displayed high-volume combos and smart movement to fight her way out of Terri Redmond’s tight clinch and digging knees. Wilson’s decision victory notches her 3 points in The 2019 Fight for It Kickboxing […]
It was a classic grappler vs. striker battle as Team ROC Harrisburg’s Dylan Nelson faced Glory Martial Arts’ Kerry Reed. Reed showed a strong striking game, both standing and from his back, and found home […]