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Series of beatings highlight “MFC 24: HeatXC”

Bodies were hitting the floor last evening in Canada as the final four bouts during “MFC 24: HeatXC” ended by either KO or TKO.

Yves Edwards floored Derrick Noble with a series of punches in the opening round for the TKO stoppage victory in the headlining bout, while Tom Watson, Jesse Juarez and Dwayne Lewis also went on to record brutal stoppage wins to wrap up the night.

A full set of results from the event are listed below:

Yves Edwards def. Derrick Noble by TKO (Strikes) at 4:44, R1

Tom Watson def. Travis Galbraith by KO (Kick) at 2:30, R1

Jesse Juarez def. Nathan Gunn by KO (Kick) at 0:11, R1

Dwayne Lewis def. Ryan McClain by TKO (Strikes) at 2:08, R2

Dami Ebeyemi (5-0) def. Paapa Inkumsah (3-2) – Split Decision, R3

David Letourneau (2-1) def. Nick Hrynchyshyn (2-1) – Unanimous Decision, R3

Garret Nybakken (1-0) def. Chris Barber (0-1) – 2:30 Round 1, tapout via rear-naked choke

Zach Blaber def. Eric Chouinard – 1:17 Round 1, tapout via kimura

  • KTru says:

    sounds like MFC out did Strikeforce

    purely speaking of performances though. I did not see either but the women’s title fight has been getting bashed on every site and the Prangley/Amousso had a disappointing technical draw. Sure it was a challengers card, but if they want to be in the big leagues with the UFC, they better put on higher caliber shows. Promotions like MFC, Bellator, Shine, as others deliver the same or better quality without trying to be the UFCs main competitor.

    not bashing Strikeforce, just an opinion

  • edub says:

    Still going strong on the Yves Edwards Bahama Born Brawler Bandwagon.

    He may not get back to the upper echelon, but he is stll one of my favorite fighters. I’ve given up on seeing Yves at 145. So, for now maybe he can get a fight with the winner of the Richie Witson vs Harris Sarmiento, or Antonio Mckee.


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