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I was cage side at Rogue fights this past weekend at the Win River Casino and hotel in Redding, Ca. I lost a few dollars at the tables before the fights but I figure that is part of the price you pay for a good time at a fight in a casino. The fights did not disappoint with 9 out of the 10 matches ending early. with one KO, 5 TKO’s 3 submissions and only one decision the fights were definitely action packed. The most memorable moment being Deluna’s Victory via triangle choke while wearing hot pink zebra striped spandex shorts. The event overall was well run and went off without a hitch, though some of the fighters weights were pretty mismatched in a couple fights from anywhere between a 30 and 50 pound difference at weigh ins, though that is part of the game when you are trying to make it as an amateur, you are hungry and willing to fight anyone.
Oscar Martinez moved to 1-2-0 when he defeated Dominic Reivera now 0-2-0 via RNC at 2:34 of the first round
Quayde Gear moved to 1-1-0 with a victory of Nicholas Thomas now 1-3-0 via kimura at 2:48 of the second round
Mando Morales moved to 2-0-0 with a victory over Andrew Jones, now 0-1-0 via TKO at 2:34 of round 1
Chris Hibbits moved to 3-1-0 with a victory over Justin Raffert, now 0-1-0, at 1:30 of the first round
Dakota Sisk moved to 1-0-0 with a victory over John Reynolds, now 0-1-0, via TKO at 2:24 of the 3rd round
Leo Pla moved to 10-3-0 with a victory over Wes Swofford, now 3-2, via Split Decision after 3X3minute rounds
Mike Franco moved to 2-1-0 with a victory over William Scull, now 0-2-0, via TKO at 1:36 of the first round
Christopher Deluna moved to 4-1-0 and claimed the featherweight title with his victory over Travis Cavalli, now 9-5-0 via triangle choke
Jim Cook moved to 1-0-0 with a victory over Lee McCurry, now 1-1-0 via RNC at 2:30 in the first Round
Hometown favorite William Wilder, now3-0-0, won the Light Heavyweight title against Jerel Clark, now, 5-1-0, via KO at 2:05 in round 2.