Showing posts with label DJ Linderman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DJ Linderman. Show all posts

Saturday, September 14, 2013

LEGACY FC 23 RESULTS: 'The Dirty Bird' Tim Means Retires Pete Spratt with First-Round KO on AXS TV - 9/13/13


'Pjango Spratt' (pic via Facebook)
The Legacy Fighting Championship presented Legacy FC 23: Spratt vs Means on Friday, September 13, 2013, at the Cowboys Dancehall in San Antonio, Texas. The main card aired live on AXS TV.

In the main event, recently released UFC fighter Tim "The Dirty Bird" Means scored a first-round knockout victory over old school MMA fighter Pete "The Secret Weapon" Spratt. After regaining his consciousness, Spratt announced his retirement from MMA and a career that has spanned 48 pro fights over 14-and-a-half years.

In the co-main event, the always exciting Leonard "Bad Boy" Garcia found a durable dance partner in Nick "The Ghost" Gonzalez. The two fighters slugged it out for 3 rounds, with Garcia landing hard leg kicks and Gonzalez landing brutal body shots among an assortment of vehement violence. Garcia was able to close the deal with a choke with just 17 seconds left in the fight.

Complete Results After the Break

Saturday, April 13, 2013

LEGACY FC 19 RESULTS: Will Campuzano Outwrestles Allan Nascimento, Robert Drysdale Submits DJ Linderman - 4/12/13



The Legacy Fighting Championship presented Legacy FC 19: Campuzano vs Nascimento on Friday, April 12, 2013, at the Allen Event Center in Allen, Texas. The main card aired live on AXS TV.

In the main event, former UFC bantamweight Will Campuzano retained his Legacy Flyweight Championship with a grinding 25-minute unanimous decision victory over Brazilian Allan "Puro Osso" Nascimento. After taking a few more punches than he expected early in the fight, Campuzano turned to his wrestling game, and was able to school Nascimento for most of the rest of the fight. The man whose life-long nickname translates to "Just Bones" put up a valiant effort in defeat, but Campuzano proved to be incredibly crafty in fending off Nascimento's constant barrage of submission attempts for 5 rounds.

The WEC crossover Campuzano was released from the UFC in early 2011, more than a year before they added the flyweight division. Now with his fourth straight win on the regional circuit, and all of them over solid opponents, Will Campuzano could be close to a UFC return for the first time in his natural 125-pound weight class.

Complete Results After the Break