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ISL 1.8: Featherweight King of USA



We have come down to one of the most competitive and fascinating tournament of the season. Multiple favorites and great matches to boot.


Quarter Final 1: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Easton Frye

One of the most hyped wrestlers in MMA, Lamont is the son of the world champion boxer Douglas Banner Jr. and has a world class boxing game to boast off. He faces a highly decorated amateur grappler in Easton Frye and this classic boxer vs grappler match is sure to whet the appetite of the MMA fans.

Quarter Final 2: Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs Frank Romita
Sammy Gaffigan is originally a kickboxer but his extensive touring in Far East has him picking many different martial arts technique which he has combined to make for a highly dangerous fighting style. Frank is one of the most powerful featherweights who loves to toss his opponents and rain them with hard ground and pound.

Quarter Final 3: David James Diggle vs Philip Ziskie(Camp MMAManiac)
David James Diggle is a fast rising Muay Thai fighter who is noted for his ability to obliterate people from the clinch with elbows and knees while Ziskie is one of the best who has found huge success through a combination of high intensity striking, solid freestyle wrestling and a devastating left hand.

Quarter Final 4: Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy) vs Marcus Speed
An old school wrestler with an affinity for leglocks, Clint comes face to face with Marcus Speed, who is small but packs a mean punch.
PREDICTION KEY
QF: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Easton Frye
QF: Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs Frank Romita
QF: David James Diggle vs Philip Ziskie(Camp MMAManiac)
QF: Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy) vs Marcus Speed
SF: Banner/Frye vs Gaffigan/Romita
SF: Diggle/Ziskie vs Royle/Speed
Finals: ??


FOTN:??
SOTN:??
KOTN:??

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PREDICTION KEY
QF: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Easton Frye
QF: Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs Frank Romita
QF: David James Diggle vs Philip Ziskie(Camp MMAManiac)
QF: Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy) vs Marcus Speed
SF: Banner vs Romita
SF: Ziskie vs Speed
Finals: Banner vs Ziskie (so tough to pick!)

FOTN: Banner vs Ziskie
SOTN: Ziskie (vs. Speed)
KOTN: Banner (vs. Ziskie)
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QF: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Easton Frye
QF: Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs Frank Romita
QF: David James Diggle vs Philip Ziskie(Camp MMAManiac) Draw. Just can’t see either one of these two losing.
QF: Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy) vs Marcus Speed
SF: Banner/Frye vs Gaffigan/Romita
SF: Diggle/Ziskie vs Royle/Speed
Finals: Gaffigan

FOTN: Ziske vs Diggle
SOTN:Royle against Speed
KOTN: Gaffigan against Bannar
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ISL 1.8: Featherweight King of USA


Quarter Final 1: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Easton Frye
Round 1: Banner lands a left jab, but Frye evades a big right punch. A quick flurry of four punches from Banner sees all of them hit home and then catches Frye with a right hook.
He throws a hook to the body, but Frye steps back to avoid it. Frye comes in and grabs Banner in a clinch. He gets the underhooks and tries to take Banner to the ground but Banner foils it as he maintains solid base. Round one ends and that’s a 10-9 to Banner.

Round 2: Banner can't connect with a jab, but then lands a big right hand. He carries on pummeling Frye with jabs and takes the round 10-9.

Round 3: Using his wrestling skills, Frye tries to push Banner up against the cage and is successful. The next sixty seconds sees them doing very little other than throwing occasional short punches to the body. Banner lands a jab and then hits a nice straight right as time runs out.10-9 to Banner. Frye needs to up the intensity.

Round 4: Banner hits a jab and a big right cross but winces after landing that last punch, he may have damaged his hand. A broken hand would certainly have a big impact upon his chances of winning. Banner throws a quick punch but doesn't hit as time runs out.

Round 5: Same as round 3, Frye pushes Banner up against the cage and exchange punches with Frye gaining upper hand later on with some dirty boxing.


The judges have scored it 48-47 (Marianne Froth), 48-46 (Reginald Wodehouse) and 48-47 (Edward Wilde).


'Lightning' Lamont Banner defeats Easton 'Small' Frye (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 5). The fight was rated as being Average

Quarter Final 2: Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs Frank Romita(Camp Mrs. MMAManiac)
Round 1: Gaffigan comes in fast and lands three quick punches and then hits Romita with a sensational high right head kick. Romita wobbles and falls but gets up at 5. He gets hit with a straight right and gets a cut under his eye. Gaffigan hits a left jab and then scores with a fantastic right cross. Romita is knocked out and he can’t get up.


Sammy 'The Stealth Shark' Gaffigan defeats 'The Banker' Frank Romita (TKO in 2:33 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

Quarter Final 3: David James Diggle vs Philip Ziskie(Camp MMAManiac)
Round 1: Ziskie hits a couple of jabs and also hits a right roundhouse kick to the body. Diggle gets suckered in by a feint and is left exposed. There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands. Both hit jabs but cannot hit the set-up strikes. 10-9 to Ziskie as round ends.

Round 2: Ziskie is well off-target with a high kick and that leaves him wide open. Diggle attacks with a quick kick. He hits a jab but comes up short on a body kick. Ziskie hits a jab but has a left hand taken on the gloves. He lands a nice left hook. Diggle misses with a left jab but hits a vicious kick to the leg. Ziskie collapses, his legs utterly destroyed, there's no way he can continue - this fight is over.


David James Diggle defeats Philip 'Kid' Ziskie (TKO (Leg Kick) in 4:20 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Great

Quarter Final 4: Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy) vs Marcus Speed
Round 1: Speed lands a left jab but finds nothing but air with a big right. Royle shoots in for a single leg takedown and completes it. Speed smothers Royle with close control, stopping him from posturing up. Royle breaks the guard and swiftly applies an ankle lock...Speed has to tap out.

Clint 'Honey Badger' Royle defeats 'First Strike' Marcus Speed (Submission (Ankle Lock) in 4:58 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Decent.


Semi Final 1: Lamont Banner(Camp Judoku) vs Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel)

Round 1: Banner is off-target with a jab but lands a nice right hook. Gaffigan lands a left jab and also hits a left roundhouse kick to the body. Seeing that Banner looks shattered, Gaffigan easily pulls him into a clinch. Using his wrestling skills, Banner pushes Gaffigan up against the cage and smothers him as round ends. 10-9 Banner.

Round 2: Gaffigan slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a powerful right head kick. Banner is knocked down but he manages to just get up at 9. Gaffigan throws four quick punches and lands two of them and then connects with a right hand. He further hits a right head kick. Banner misses with a big right hand, allowing Gaffigan to counter with a few quick left jabs. End of round. 10-9 Gaffifgan.

Round 3: Banner misses with a big right hand, allowing Gaffigan to counter with a pair of left jabs that are followed by a stinging right high kick. Banner backs off until pressed against the cage and covers up, clearly rocked. Gaffigan immediately advances, sensing that this is a chance to end the fight. A huge right hand catches Banner behind the ear and sends him down. Banner is dazed and he stays down at the end of ten.


Sammy 'The Stealth Shark' Gaffigan defeats 'Lightning' Lamont Banner (TKO in 3:12 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Great. (Big Upset!!)

Semi Final 2: David James Diggle vs Clint Royle(Camp Soldierboy)

Round 1: Diggle hits a left jab and then catches Royle with a hard low kick to the front leg. Royle looks like he wants to grapple but the threat of getting hit is keeping him from rushing in. A jab hits home from Diggle and then he catches Royle with a beautiful right kick to the head. He pulls Royle in a Muay Thai clinch and hits a knee to the side of the face……Royle is out cold.

David James Diggle defeats Clint 'Honey Badger' Royle (Knock Out (Knee) in 2:41 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.


Finals : Sammy Gaffigan(Camp Martel) vs David James Diggle


Round 1: Gaffigan lets Diggle step in, ready to counter. He is off-target with a jab and also misses with an attempted shot to the body. The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it. Gaffigan uses a left jab and also hits a spinning kick to the body. Diggle misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Gaffigan attacks with a solid right hand. Round ends. 10-9 to Gaffigan.

Round 2: Diggle lands a left jab and also hits a right head kick. Gaffigan almost falls over as he backs off...that last shot may have genuinely rocked him. Diggle gets the Muay Thai clinch again and after two failed attempts, blasts Gaffigan with a powerful knee to the cheek. Gaffigan is knocked out.


David James Diggle defeats Sammy 'The Stealth Shark' Gaffigan (Knock Out (Knee) in 4:34 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Great. David James Diggle wins the Featherweight King of USA!!!

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FOTN & KOTN: David James Diggle vs Sammy Gaffigan
SOTN: Clint Royle vs Marcus Speed

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ISL 1.8: Featherweight King of USA Review

David James Diggle kneed his way through the trophy, first putting down Ziskie and then Gaffigan in the finals, thus becoming the first ever non-aligned fighter to win a tournament and denting the hopes of all the team owners. Gaffigan gave Camp Martel a big reason to cheer early on when he got the better of Lamont Banner in a massive upset which ranks alongwith Datuk's victory over Sukarno in the list of upsets but he couldn't get the job done in finals. A very difficult card to predict overall.


LIGHTWEIGHT PREDICTION WAR
Judoku - 6/7 +0/3 ->6/10 (Overall 16/30)
Martel 123 - 5/7 + 0/3 -> 5/10 (Overall 22/40)
MMAManiac - (Overall 7/10)
Mrs. MMAManiac - 3/7 +0/3 ->3/10 (Overall 6/20)
Soldierboy - 4/7 + 0/3 -> 4/10 (Overall 12/30)


FEATHERWEIGHT PREDICTION WAR
Judoku - 1/7 +0/3 ->1/10 (Overall 20/40)
Martel 123 - 4/7 + 1/3 -> 5/10(Overall 22/40)
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ISL 1.9: Lightweight King of Europe




Quarter Final 1: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)

One of the hardest hitting Lightweights in the world, the short & stocky Pedersen takes on the “Ice Cold Swede” Lukas Mellberg who is famed for his ridiculously deadly guillotine choke.

Quarter Final 2: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
The former army man Fiyero Lermontov is a devastating and one of the toughest fighters in MMA and he is expected to sail through against the karateka, Milenko Rudonja who has a deadly head kick in his arsenal.

Quarter Final 3: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
The younger half of the Basora brothers, Luis Basora is known for his lightning quick trips and submission skills. He comes up against the striker from Sweden, Folke Dalen.

Quarter Final 4: Georges Nourri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
Greek grappling master Georges Nourri is superb on the ground, both on top and from his back while former Sambo instructor Lubos Plasil is a master of taking fights to the ground and ending them with crisp submissions.
PREDICTION KEY
QF: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
QF: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
QF: Georges Nourri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
SF: Pedersen/Mellberg vs Lermontov/Rudonja
SF: Basora/Dalen vs Nourri/Plasil
Finals: ??


FOTN:??
SOTN:??
KOTN:??

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QF: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
QF: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
QF: Georges Nourri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
SF: Pedersen/Mellberg vs Lermontov/Rudonja
SF: Basora/Dalen vs Nourri/Plasil
Finals: Lermontov

FOTN: Lermontov Vs Basora
SOTN: Mellberg (Against Paxil)
KOTN; Lermontov Against Basora
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QF: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
QF: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
QF: Georges Nourri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
SF: Pedersen vs Lermontov
SF: Basora vs Plasil
Finals: Lermontov vs Basora

FOTN: Lermontov vs Basora
SOTN: Basora (vs Folke Dalen)
KOTN: Lermontov (vs Basora)
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QF: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
QF: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
QF: Georges Nourri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
SF: Mellberg vs Lermontov
SF: Basora vs Plasil
Finals: Lermontov vs. Basora

FOTN: Lermontov vs. Basora
SOTN: None
KOTN:Pedersen vs. Mellberg (Mellberg)
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ISL 1.9: Lightweight King of Europe


Quarter Final 1: Patrik Pedersen vs Lukas Mellberg(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
Round 1: The fighters go toe-to-toe with strikes but the flurry ends without any really damaging shots landing. Mellberg lands a one-two while Pedersen lands a nice right hook. Mellberg finds a good angle and lands a nice one-two. Pedersen hits a jab but doesn't find the mark with a right hook as round one ends. 10-9 to Pedersen.

Round 2: Pedersen hits a pair of jabs but can't hit a right cross. He lets fly with a verbal barrage of trash talk. He misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Mellberg attacks with a left hook. Pedersen has a large gash on his forehead, blood is starting to trickle down toward his eyes. He slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second. Round 2 ends. 10-8 to Pedersen.

Round 3: Mellberg misses with a big right hand, allowing Pedersen to counter with a jab and a right hook that is ducked. He slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a right hook. Pedersen tries to finish him off with a huge right hook, but Mellberg avoids it. Pedersen slips past a right hook and counters with a left jab and a left hand to the body as time expires. 10-9 to Pedersen.

Round 4: Mellberg lands a left jab but has a right hand absorbed on the gloves. Pedersen uses a left jab but misses with a right hand. Pedersen lands a nice right hook. Mellberg staggers backward into the cage and covers up, he's hurt. Pedersen comes in close and smashes Mellberg with a right hand! Down he goes, he is out.


Patrik 'The Troll' Pedersen defeats 'The Ice Cold Swede' Lukas Mellberg (Knock Out (Punch) in 0:37 of round 4). The fight was rated as being Great.

Quarter Final 2: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Milenko Rudonja
Round 1: Lermontov misses a jab but hits a left hook to the body. He gets a double leg takedown and Rudonja is pressed against the cage. Lermontov manages to get full mount on Rudonja and gets the armbar.

Fiyero Lermontov defeats 'The Slovenian Rocket' Milenko Rudonja (Submission (Armbar) in 3:13 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

Quarter Final 3:Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Folke Dalen(Camp Judoku)
Round 1: Dalen fails to land any of the strikes in a combo that ended with an attempted head kick. Basora gets a single leg takedown and Dalen pulls guard off it. In half guard, Basora begins working to get side control. Working methodically, Basora tries to ensnare Dalen in a Von Flue choke and sinks the hold deeply and Dalen has to tap.

'El Diablo' Luis Basora defeats Folke Dalen (Submission (Von Flue Choke) in 2:17 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.

Quarter Final 4: Georges Nouri(Camp Soldierboy) vs Lubos Plasil
Round 1: Plasil connects with a nice jab and then catches Nouri with a crunching right hook. Nouri comes in and grabs Plasil in a clinch and muscles him up against the cage. Plasil cannot stop being lifted up and rag-dolled with a suplex, he is left under side control. He fights off the kimura attempt and tries to pull guard but doesn’t get anywhere near it. Round one ends. 10-9 to Nourri.

Round 2: Showing good hand speed, Plasil lands one out of a flurry of three punches and then hits Nouri with a straight right. He then catches Nouri with a stunning right hook and Nouri is knocked down but gets up at 8. Nouri attempts to kimura Plasil from side control. A kimura is locked in tight, Plasil has his arm bent at a terrible angle. Out of the blue, Plasil pops his arm free, Nouri must not have had it locked in as tight as it looked. Round ends. That was definitely 10-9 in favour of Plasil.

Round 3: Nouri pins Plasil to the cage and tosses him to the ground with a suplex. He tries an arm triangle but Plasil defends well. He further blasts Plasil with a big suplex as round ends. 10-9 to Nouri.

Round 4: A big suplex leaves Nouri on his back and forces him to pull guard. Nouri leaves a leg in as they scramble, and Plasil immediately tries to grab it. He sets up the D’Arce choke and sinks it deep that Plasil has to tap.


'The Sharpshooter' Georges Nouri defeats Lubos 'The Experiment' Plasil (Submission (D'Arce Choke) in 2:27 of round 4). The fight was rated as being Good.


Semi Final 1:Patrik Pedersen vs Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac)

Round 1: Lermontov connects with two left jabs, but Pedersen steps back to avoid a high right head kick. They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging. Lermontov scores with a jab and also hits a wicked right uppercut. Pedersen is knocked out but gets up at 8. Round ends. 10-8 to Lermontov.

Round 2: Lermontov lands a hard right hand right through the guard, sending Pedersen down to the canvas but gets up at 9. He scores with a fantastic cross and Pedersen hits the mat again but gets up at 9 a second time. A third big right hand fetches the same result but Pedersen gets up at 9 again. Round ends. That’s a dominating 10-7 for Lermontov.

Round 3: Lermontov fails to find a home for his jab, but then hits a crunching straight right to the jaw. Pedersen hits the floor, he has been knocked out.


Fiyero Lermontov defeats Patrik 'The Troll' Pedersen (Knock Out (Punch) in 0:15 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Good.

Semi Final 2: Luis Basora(Camp Martel) vs Georges Nouri(Camp Soldierboy)

Round 1: Nouri hits a belly-to-belly suplex! Basora pulls guard off it. Basora reaches up and tries to lock up an arm. Nouri blocks Basora as he tries a sweep from the guard. Basora comfortably blocks the attempt and keeps Nouri in guard. With Nouri in his grasp, Basora tries to set up a judo-style throw. It's unsuccessful, Nouri maintained a good solid base. End of round one, 10-9 to Nouri.

Round 2: Nouri blocks Basora as he tries a transition to guard. Basora cannot stop being lifted up and rag-dolled with a suplex, he is left under side control. Nouri tries to lock Basora in an armbar but Basora fights off. 10-9 to Nouri.

Round 3: Nouri starts trying to set-up up a suplex. Basora blocks the takedown attempt and takes control of the grapple. An outside leg trip sweeps Nouri down to the ground. The takedown allows Basora to take the back of Nouri. With both hooks in and therefore great control of the body, Basora tries to finish Nouri off with a rear naked choke. Basora gets the rear naked choke fully applied and Nouri has to tap out.


'El Diablo' Luis Basora defeats 'The Sharpshooter' Georges Nouri (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:25 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Decent.


Finals: Fiyero Lermontov(Camp MMAManiac) vs Luis Basora(Camp Martel)


Round 1: Moving forward constantly, Lermontov is pressuring Basora. Basora throws a counter left but doesn't connect. Lermontov lands a jab and then hits a rib-rattling spin kick. Basora collapses from that blow but gets up at 5. Lermontov pounces and smashes Basora with a big right hand. Down he goes but again he gets up at 6. Showing his ability to control opponents, Basora smothers Lermontov against the cage. The remainder of the round sees them engage in close-quarters dirty boxing. Round one ends as Lermontov gets it 10-9.

Round 2: Basora attempts to set up a judo-based throw to take Lermontov to the ground. He executes an outside leg trip, sweeping Lermontov to the mat where he pulls half guard. He passes half guard but can't secure side control as Lermontov starts a scramble for position. The scramble results in Basora having his back taken. Lermontov gets the rear naked choke fully applied and Basora has to tap out.


Fiyero Lermontov defeats 'El Diablo' Luis Basora (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 2:52 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Fantastic. Fiyero Lermontov wins the Lightweight King of Europe!!!

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KOTN: Fiyero Lermontov vs Patrik Pedersen
SOTN: Georges Nouri vs Lubos Plasil
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ISL 1.9: Lightweight King of Europe Review

Fiyero Lermontov put on a dominating performance throughout the tournament winning it and putting on a fantastic match with Basora in the finals, thus earning Camp MMAManiac their second lightweight trophy and fourth overall.

LIGHTWEIGHT PREDICTION WAR
Judoku - 6/7 +1/3 ->7/10 (Overall 23/40)
Martel 123 - 6/7 + 1/3 -> 7/10 (Overall 29/50)
MMAManiac - (Overall 7/10)
Mrs. MMAManiac - 3/7 +0/3 ->3/10 (Overall 6/20)
Soldierboy - 4/7 + 0/3 -> 4/10 (Overall 12/30)
BHK1978 - 5/7 + 1/3 -> 6/10

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FEATHERWEIGHT PREDICTION WAR
Judoku - 1/7 +0/3 ->1/10 (Overall 20/40)
Martel 123 - 4/7 + 1/3 -> 5/10(Overall 22/40)
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ISL 1.10: Featherweight King of Britain




Quarter Final 1: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Graeme Spark(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)

The battle of the sexes returns in ISL. It’s Mrs MMA’s Sparky against the star amateur boxer, Kid Britain of MMAManiac.

Quarter Final 2: Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy) vs Stephen Conti
“The Ax” Freddy Lomax is a versatile fighter who is good at everything but not great. He takes on Stephen Conti who is a student of multiple martial arts technique and is known for his extraordinary work ethic.

Quarter Final 3: Aidan McHugh(Camp Martel) vs Colm Dee
Colm Dee is a fan favorite due to his exciting guts and glory approach to MMA. He has an excellent sprawl but his ground game is his weakness which Aidan will look to exploit, though he is more adept at striking.

Quarter Final 4: Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Liam O’Donnell
Physically very small but laced with strong Jiu-Jitsu background which gives him submissions skills that can end any match in an instant, Jason will look to earn a second trophy for Camp Judoku which they have been waiting for a while and he will look to get past the scrappy Featherweight from Ireland, Liam O’Donnell.
PREDICTION KEY
QF: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Graeme Spark(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy) vs Stephen Conti
QF: Aidan McHugh(Camp Martel) vs Colm Dee
QF: Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Liam O’Donnell
SF: Lomax/Conti vs Khan/Spark
SF: McHugh/Dee vs Dalglish/Donnell
Finals: ??


FOTN:??
SOTN:??
KOTN:??

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PREDICTION KEY
QF: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Graeme Spark(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy) vs Stephen Conti
QF: Aidan McHugh(Camp Martel) vs Colm Dee
QF: Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Liam O’Donnell
SF: Lomax vs Khan
SF: Dee vs Dalglish
Finals: Khan vs Dalglish

FOTN: Khan vs Dalglish
SOTN: Dalglish (vs. Colm Dee)
KOTN: Khan (vs. Lomax)
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I have always found the Featherweights to be the most unpredictable from game-to-game. More so than any division in the game. In some games Graeme Spark turns into an absolute world beater and in others he is the ultimate can. Watching how this turns out should be fun.

QF: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Graeme Spark(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
QF: Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy) vs Stephen Conti
QF: Aidan McHugh(Camp Martel) vs Colm Dee
QF: Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Liam O’Donnell
SF: Lomax vs Spark
SF: Dee vs Dalglish
Finals: Lomax vs. Dalglish

FOTN:Dalglish vs. Lomax
SOTN:Lomax in Lomax vs Spark
KOTN: Jason Daglish in Daglish vs. O'Donnell
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ISL 1.10: Featherweight King of Britain


Quarter Final 1: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Graeme Spark(Camp Mrs.MMAManiac)
Round 1: Khan knocks down Spark with a five-punch flurry and then a stunning right hook but Spark gets up at 6. He gets a takedown and sets up an armbar attempt but Khan defends successfully and uses it to get on top in side control as round ends. 10-9 to Khan.

Round 2: Attacking with intent, Khan scores with a flurry of four punches but his big right-hand follow-up misses. He throws a wide hook to the body but Spark avoids it. He hits a fantastic right cross but Spark just manages to get up at 9. Round ends and it’s an utterly dominating performance from Khan. 10-7 to Khan.

Round 3: A jab hits home from Khan and then he catches Spark with a right hook. A strike has re-opened the gash above the eye of Spark. Khan throws a one-two, but Spark was equal to it. Spark traps Khan up against the cage, using double underhooks for control. A full minute passes with the two opponents pressed up close and exchanging short punches to the body and side of the head. Round 3 ends and Khan just inches ahead 10-9.

Round 4: Spark shows good control and muscles Khan up against the cage. They dirty box for about a minute before he uses a nice knee strike from the grapple and catches Khan to the side of the stomach. Round ends and that’s 10-9 to Spark.

Round 5: Nothing much occurs as Khan gets backed up against the cage and they dirty box each other. Spark gets some nice knee strikes to earn the round 10-9.


The judges score the contest as 48-45 (Don Dill), 48-47 (Bobby Serocke) and 48-45 (Jimmy Drever).

'Kid Britain' Manish Khan defeats Graeme 'Sparky' Spark (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 5). The fight was rated as being Decent.

Quarter Final 2: Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy) vs Stephen Conti
Round 1: Conti dodges all the strikes from Lomax and then counters with a solid right hand. Lomax counters a left hand with a scything kick to the legs. A three-punch combo fails to trouble Conti. Round one ends as time expires. 10-9 to Lomax.

Round 2: Conti is off target with a right jab but hits a left cross. Lomax launches a head kick that lands hard. Conti goes down but gets up at 7. Conti misses a left hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a quick left jab and a quick kick. They come together and trade leather but neither fighter really does any damage. Round ends and that’s 10-9 to Lomax.

Round 3: Lomax dodges a left hand and counter-attacks with a left jab and a right head kick that did damage. Conti steps back against the cage and tries to cover up, he has been hurt. A right cross thump into Conti but he blocks it well. Lomax goes under the guard and nails Conti with a right uppercut. What a shot. Referee Warren Munro jumps in and saves Conti from taking any more shots.


Freddy 'The Ax' Lomax defeats Stephen 'The Monk' Conti (TKO (Strikes) in 2:25 of round 3). The fight was rated as being Great.

Quarter Final 3: Aidan McHugh(Camp Martel) vs Colm Dee
Round 1: McHugh misses a left hook and gets countered with a jab and a great right hook. They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through. Dee dodges a left hand and counter-attacks with a left to the body. We're into the final minute of the round and Dee pulls his best mean face and tries to stare his opponent down. He hits a left jab and also scores with a great right hook. Round ends and it’s 10-8 to Dee.

Round 2: McHugh scores with a right hook and draws blood from a large gash above Dee’s eye. An errant finger catches McHugh in the eye, he backs off clutching his face and gets a few moments to recover. Dee uses a left jab and also hits a wicked right uppercut. It's a knock out! McHugh is down and out.


Colm 'The Celtic Warrior' Dee defeats Aidan McHugh (Knock Out (Punch) in 0:31 of round 2). The fight was rated as being Good.

Quarter Final 4:Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Liam O’Donnell
Round 1: Dalglish gets a takedown and gets side control out of it. He puts O’Donnell in a Von Flue choke but gets blocked. He gets the kimura on the follow up but shockingly O’Donnell pops his arms free. O’Donnell tries to sweep from the mount position but can’t and Dalglish flattens him out with a rear naked choke.

'The Miniature Killer' Jason Dalglish defeats 'The Bruiser From Belfast' Liam O'Donnell (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 3:22 of round 1). The fight was rated as being Great.


Semi Final 1: Manish Khan(Camp MMAManiac) vs Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy)

Round 1: Khan connects with a nice jab and then hits a crunching straight right to the jaw. He's down, Lomax falls to the floor but gets up at 7. Khan hits a left hand but finds nothing but air with a big right. Lomax fires off a counter jab. An outside leg trip sweeps Khan down to the ground where he is left on his back pulling guard. Lomax hits a knee strike to the thigh. It isn't a pretty tactic, but the tired-looking Lomax is wearing Khan down by keeping him trapped up against the cage and forcing him to carry a lot of weight. Round ends and that’s a close 10-9 to Khan.

Round 2: Lomax hits a knee strike to the thigh. Khan is taken down by a quick inside leg trip, he can do nothing but pull guard. Time slips away as Lomax successfully keeps Khan stuck against the ground. Lomax attempts to pass guard and gain a better position. Khan was ready for the pass attempt though and starts scrambling immediately. The scramble results in Lomax being on his back pulling half guard. Round ends and that’s 10-9 to Lomax. We are now level at 19-19.

Round 3: Lomax hit two counter left hands. Khan hits a left jab and then he hits a nice straight right. Lomax looks to sweep a leg to execute a sharp trip. It doesn't work, Khan defended against it well. He smothers Khan with his body by pushing forward and down. Time expires, and we come to the end of round three.10-9 to Lomax.

Round 4: Lomax misses with a left hand in the exchange. A jab is wide from Khan, but then he hits Lomax with a beauty of a straight right. Khan comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. The round ends and that’s 10-9 to Khan. We go into the final round with everything still to fight for.

Round 5: Lomax gets the takedown and Khan is on his back and pulls guard. Lomax lies on top of Khan, basically smothering him. Khan scrambles to his feet, but Lomax immediately drives him up against the cage. Khan grabs the cage to block the takedown and gets a verbal warning from referee. Lomax ducks down and grabs a leg. Fighting it, Khan gets his leg free and time expires.

The judges give scores of 48-47 (Jimmy Drever), 49-46 (Archibald Cohen) and 48-46 (Steven Renshaw).


Freddy 'The Ax' Lomax defeats 'Kid Britain' Manish Khan (Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of round 5). The fight was rated as being Good.

Semi Final 2: Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Colm Dee

Round 1: Dalglish looks to sweep a leg out from under Dee to take him down with a trip but can’t get him down to the ground. He uses a nice inside leg trip and Dee is forced to pull guard. Dee lands a jab and then catches Dalglish with a right hook. Dalglish takes that incredibly close round 10-9.

Round 2: Dee lands a jab and then hits Dalglish with a straight right. Dalglish looks to have been cut under his eye. Dee throws an attempted hook to the body but doesn't connect. Dalglish attempts a leg-sweep trip to put Dee on the ground but Dee blocks the takedown by grabbing the cage. Dalglish attempts a second takedown and does so with a superb outside leg trip. He locks in the armbar but it is too late and round ends. 10-9 to Dalglish. 20-18 to Dalglish after two rounds.

Round 3: Dee can't hit a set-up left jab, but then catches Dalglish with a crunching right hook. Retreating, Dalglish looks punch-drunk...he may be in big trouble. He is covering up as best as he can but is very unsteady on his feet. Dee goes under the guard and floors Dalglish with a right uppercut but by 8, Dalglish manages to get up. The fight restarts with both fighters in the center. Dalglish gets another outside leg trip and passes half guard, getting side control. He locks in the armbar but Dee manages to pop his arm free as round ends. That round goes to Dalglish, 10-9.

Round 4: Showing good hand speed, Dee lands two out of a flurry of three punches but Dalglish steps back to avoid a right to the body. Dalglish gets his third leg sweep trip of the match and again attempts an armbar but time runs out again.

Round 5: Dalglish gets his fourth outside leg trip and this time attempts a Von Flue choke but is unsuccessful. He attempts a mount but can’t get it and instead takes Dee’s back. He flattens out Dee with the rear naked choke from that position.


'The Miniature Killer' Jason Dalglish defeats Colm 'The Celtic Warrior' Dee (Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in 4:37 of round 5). The fight was rated as being Great.


Finals:Jason Dalglish(Camp Judoku) vs Freddy Lomax(Camp Soldierboy)


Round 1: Lomax hits a two-punch combination, a quick left and a straight right. Dalglish doesn’t get a trip takedown but instead lands a right hand. Lomax attempts a takedown of his own but he is also unsuccessful. Lomax can't get Dalglish down and so settles for pushing him up against the cage as round ends. 10-9 to Lomax.

Round 2: Both fighters step in to strike. Lomax slips past a right hook and counters with a right cross. Dalglish steps into the pocket, showing little fear of Lomax. Dalglish throws a quick one-two and then follows up with a right hook but is also hit with a low kick to the legs as time expires. 10-9 to Dalglish. Scores level at 19-19.

Round 3: Lomax looks for a trip takedown but doesn’t get it and Dalglish wrestles his way into controlling the grapple. He attempts a leg sweep trip of his own but Lomax blocks it only by grabbing the cage and ref gives a stern warning. Dalglish tries to lock Lomax in an arm triangle but is defended. Time finishes and 10-9 to Dalglish. He is up 29-28.

Round 4: Lomax can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then lands a right hand. Dalglish looks to have been cut under his eye. Lomax lands a jab and then lands a right hand. Dalglish gets an outside trip and time runs out. 10-9 to Lomax.

Round 5: Dalglish looks to pass guard and get side control. He somehow ends up on top of Lomax in north-south position. He passes to side control but Lomax starts to scramble as round ends.

Jimmy Drever scores the contest as 48-47 to Lomax. Archibald Cohen has scored it 48-47 Dalglish. Steven Renshaw has given 48-47 to Dalglish.


'The Miniature Killer' Jason Dalglish defeats Freddy 'The Ax' Lomax (Split Decision in 5:00 of round 5). The fight was rated as being Good. Jason Dalglish wins the Featherweight King of Britain!!!

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FOTN: Jason Dalglish vs Colm Dee
KOTN: Colm Dee vs Aidan McHugh
SOTN: Jason Dalglish vs Liam O’Donnell
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