Thursday, 23 November 2006

Cagewarriors Showdown 2 - lightweight world title eliminator tournament



Photo courtesy of Robert Swann/Cagewarriors

Thanks to all the Knuckledraggers that made the trip to Sheffield to give me support. Especially Ian Malone and Pete Tiarks who gave up their valuable time and a large percentage of the water in their bodies as they suffered the SaunaMobile TM along with me. I hope the smell of my sauna suit and Ian's mackerel cans has now dissipated from Pete's car.
Also big thanks to Alan Orr for bringing some zen to the corner and upping my recovery inordinately between fights with the Tu'ina. Much appreciated guys.
The hardcore sparring at SBG Manchester paid off no end. Just a shame I didn't get through to the last round so I could have showed off the conditioning that Leon's kettlebell routines and Ian Malones Crossfit had built up in me.

Cage Warriors: Showdown 2 Results

Octagon Centre, Sheffield, UK
Sunday 19th November 2006

1st and 2nd Round Tournament Fights took place over 2x5 minute rounds. (with 1 overtime round in case of a draw)
The Final was held over 3x5 minute rounds (with 1 overtime round in case of a draw)


Bout 1 - Lightweight Tournament – 1st Quarter Final
Ian “M-16” Butlin (Northern Cartel) Huddersfield, UK vs. Emmanuel Geay (French Top Team) France
Winner – Ian “M-16” Butlin via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Knee to the head) after 3:39 of round 1


Bout 2 - Lightweight Tournament – 2nd Quarter Final
Thomas Hytten (Team Norway) Norway vs. Jarkko Latomäki (Shooters MMA) Finland
Winner - Jarkko Latomäki via Unanimous Judges Decision (20-19, 20-18, 20-19) after 2 rounds


Bout 3 - Lightweight Tournament – 3rd Quarter Final
Bryan Cohen (K-POZ MMA) Armonk, New York, USA vs. Tomonari Kanomata (Paraestra Hachioji) Japan
Winner - Tomonari Kanomata via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Ground and Pound) after 0:57 of round 1


Bout 4 - Lightweight Tournament – 4th Quarter Final
Peter Irving (Sor Thanikul) Newcastle, UK vs. Mick Sinclair (Wolfslair Academy/Bisping Total Fighting) Clitheroe, UK
Winner – Peter Irving via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) after 3:46 of round 2


Bout 5 - B Class Pro – Lightweight (2x5 minutes)
Kent “The Punisher” Cooper (0-1-0) Brian Aiken Martial Arts vs. James Whiston (Pro Debut) Redditch
Winner – James Whiston via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Ground and Pound) after 2:22 of round 1


Bout 6 - B Class Pro - Featherweight (2x5 minutes)
Andy Denny (Pro Debut) Taylor Total Fighting, Wakefield vs. Aaron Behan (0-3-0) Warwick
Winner – Andy Denny via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Ground and Pound) after 1:27 of round 1


Bout 7 - Featherweight Cage Kickboxing (3x3 minute rounds)
Scott Sykes (SDF Sheffield) vs. Brett Healy (Chun Lee’s Pro Gym), Coventry
Winner - Scott Sykes via Unanimous Judges Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-27) after 3 rounds


Bout 8 - Lightweight Tournament – 1st Semi Final
Ian “M-16” Butlin (Northern Cartel) Huddersfield, UK vs. Jarkko Latomäki (Shooters MMA) Finland
Winner - Jarkko Latomäki via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) after 3:21 of round 1


Bout 9 - Lightweight Tournament 2nd Semi Final
Tomonari Kanomata (Paraestra Hachioji) Japan vs. Peter Irving (Sor Thanikul) Newcastle, UK
Winner - Tomonari Kanomata via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Ground and Pound) after 3:36 of round 2


Bout 10 - Full Pro MMA Rules - Welterweight (3x5 minute rounds)
Richard Taylor (1-1-0) Taylor Total Fighting, Wakefield vs. Francesco Ligato (1-2-0 - 1 NC) Team Sure Grip Vale Tudo, Italy
Winner - Francesco Ligato via Submission (kimura) after 1:35 of round 2*


86kg Cage Kickboxing (3x3 minute rounds)
Alex Mackenzie (SDF Sheffield) vs. Lee Chadwick (Fight Force, Prescott)
Winner - Alex Mackenzie via TKO/Referee Stoppage after 2:24 of round 2


Full Pro MMA Rules - Heavyweight (3x5 minute rounds)
Ivan “Il Terribile” Serati (3-0-0) Team Sure Grip Vale Tudo, Italy vs. Riciardas Zlatkus (3-1-0) Antanas’ Gym, Lithuania
Winner – Ivan “Il Terribile” Serati via TKO/Ref Stoppage (Ground and Pound) after 0:45 of round 1


Main Event – Lightweight Tournament Final
Jarkko Latomäki (Shooters MMA) Finland vs. Tomonari Kanomata (Paraestra Hachioji) Japan
Winner - Tomonari Kanomata via Submission (Triangle Choke) after 1:13 of round 1



"Also respect out to the 3 UK fighters who entered the tourney. Mick Sinclair push Peter Irving the best he could and i believe in time will be become a very good fighter. Peter Irving gave Kanomata some testing moments in his fight and showed just what he is capable of when he is in form. And Ian Butlin showed that he does actually have a striking background after all with a great TKO finish and i'm sure he'll be back to take on other UK guys soon.
It is a shame there wasn’t more UK guys in the tourney but Kanomata and Latomaki have really made there mark instead and i'm sure they will be back on a CW show soon. Kanomata vs. izidro is going to be very interesting indeed!"

Statement from Ian Dean www.cagewarriors.com


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