Clan Wars 37 Results

Clan Wars 37 Results

Clan Wars 37 took place in the Crowne Plaza in Belfast Saturday evening and once again the promotion put on an excellent and thrilling show with some of the best amateur fighters from around the island of Ireland competing.

Main Event
Clan Wars Welterweight Title
Marek Jakimowicz def. Chris Gaile via sub (guillotine), round 1.

Co-Main Event
Clan Wars Featherweight Title
Darragh Kelly def. Carl Gallagher Darragh via TKO, round 3.

Tiernan Loughran def. Karl McBlain Tiernan via unanimous decision.

Clan Wars Super Welterweight Title
Troy Gibson def. Kyle Patton via split decision.

Super Lightweight Pro
Mark Gallivan def. Callum Liston via unanimous decision.

Clan Wars Bantamweight Title
Karl McConway def. Matthew Friel Karl via unanimous decision.

LW: Mark Russell def. Michal Kuminiarczyk via TKO, round 3.

WW: Stephen Cunningham def. Declan Kelly via sub (armbar), round 1.

LW: Aaron McDonald def. Tony Dolen via TKO, round 2

FW: Ben Hughes def. Aaron Brogan via TKO, round 2.

LW: Pat Molloy def. Bartosz Stanko via split decision.

HW: Brian Draper def. Connor McDermott via unanimous decision.

FW: Ryan Keogh def. Nathaniel Doherty Ryan via sub (armbar), round 1.

FW: Francie McGinley def. Lewis Irwin via unanimous decision.

S WW: Anthony McCabe def. Paddy Duffy via unanimous decision.

FlyW: Oisin Fox def. Jamie Abbott-Bissett via unanimous decision.

Muay Thai: Liam McDonnell def. Casper Janik via unanimous decision.

Results via KO! Media on Twitter.

Title Image via Bloody Shamrock MMA.


Chris Fields Returns to Cage Warriors

Chris Fields Returns to Cage Warriors

It was announced yesterday that Irish MMA veteran and pioneer Chris Fields (12-8-1) will return to Cage Warriors on April 18th at CW 114. 

Fields is the former middleweight champion of the promotion. Since last fighting in Cage Warriors back in 2013 the Dubliner went onto compete on TUF 19 alongside best friend Cathal Pendred before fighting for BAMMA and most recently KSW.

No opponent has been announced yet.

Video - Charlie Ward TKO finish from Bellator Dublin

Video - Charlie Ward TKO finish from Bellator Dublin

Last night at Bellator Dublin SBG's Charlie Ward scored a TKO win over America's Kyle Kurtz in the third round. 

Ward moved to 8-4 overall and is 5-1 since joining Bellator in 2017.

Click here for the full Bellator results.



Bellator Dublin Results: McCourt takes Decision in Main Event

Bellator Dublin Results: McCourt takes Decision in Main Event

Bellator Dublin took place last night at the 3 Arena. There were a number of surprise winners and great finishes and Irish MMA's Leah McCourt made history last night by becoming the first female winner in a non-title fight main event in Bellator.

Here are the results:

Leah McCourt (4-1) def. Judith Ruis (6-5) via unanimous decision.

Charlie Ward (8-4) def. Kyle Kurtz (10-8) via TKO, rd 3.

Austin Clem (4-1) def. Aaron Chalmers (5-2) via unanimous decision.

Brent Primus (10-1) def. Chris Bungard (15-6) via sub (neck crank), rd 1.

Kiefer Crosbie (8-1) def. Iamik Furtado (6-3) via split decision.

Bec Rawlings (8-9) def. Elina Kallionidou via unanimous decision.

Ricky Bandejas (13-3) def. Frans Miambo (8-5) via KO, r2.

Oliver Enkamp (9-2) def. Lewis Long via KO (spinning backfist), rd 1.

FW: Ilias Bulaid (2-0) def. Diego Freitas (0-1) via unanimous decision.

182lbs: George Hardwick (5-1) def. Richard Kiely (3-3) via sub (guillotine), rd 2.

LW: Georgi Karakhanyan (29-10-1) def. Paul Redmond (15-9) via sub (guillotine) rd 2.

FW: Alberth Dias (5-2) def. Richie Smullen (5-2-1) via split decision.

SW: Danni Neilan (2-0) def. Chiara Penco (4-2) via unanimous decision.

MW: Will Fleury (7-2) def. Justin Moore (9-5) via sub (arm triangle), rd 1.

161lbs: Chris Duncan (6-0) def. Mateusz Piskorz (14-5) via TKO, rd 2.

FW: Calum Murrie (5-2) def. Dylan Logan (4-4) via sub (RNC), rd 1.

FlyW: Blaine O’Driscoll (8-3) def. Ezzoubair Bouarsa (7-2) via TKO, rd 1.

FW: Ciaran Clarke (2-0) def. Jamie Faulding (1-1) via unanimous decision.

FW: Constantin Blanita (1-0) def. Asael Adjoudj (0-1) via split decision.

WATCH NOW - Bellator Dublin Prelims

WATCH NOW - Bellator Dublin Prelims

Live from the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland are the Bellator Dublin prelims.


Cowboy to McGregor: ‘Get a grip on life and let’s go’

Cowboy to McGregor: ‘Get a grip on life and let’s go’

Following his win against Al Iaquinta at UFC Fight Night 151, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone once again called out Conor McGregor to fight him in July and jokes that they can do “bank account vs. bank account.”

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Tony McGregor to make boxing debut

Tony McGregor to make boxing debut

Tony McGregor, father of Conor McGregor, will follow in his son's footsteps and will make his boxing debut on December 15 at the RDS. He will take on radio presenter Eoin Sheahan, 24, in a charity boxing match.

Tony, who is nearing his 60th birthday, has currently in a six week training camp, one he has dubbed 'Camp Apocolypse', and has been posting various training clips such as the one below.

Fair play Tony! And all the best!!


That upper cut though🥊

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Clan Wars 33 Results

Clan Wars 33 Results

Clan Wars 33 took place last night in a jam-packed Ulster Hall. The event was sold out and saw a host of Ireland top amateur fighters in action with a pro main event.

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Pro Main Event.
Daniel Olenjiczak (3-2-1) def. Makinde Adeyemi (0-2) def. via TKO (Ground & Pound), round 2.

Armand Herczeg def. Micky Doran Armand via majority decision.

Dillon Douglas vs Daire Toman ruled a draw.

Maciej Gierszewski def. Michael Bucher via TKO (strikes), round 1.

Marcin Zemballa def. Adam Gustab via sub (guillotine), round 3.

Ross McCorriston def. Ryan Murphy via sub (RNC), round 1.

Andreeas Binder def. Stuart Mulpeter Andreeas via TKO (strikes), round 1.

Dave Hill def. Anthony Carrick via sub (armbar), rround 1.

Henry Corrigan def. Ciaran Mahon via sub (toe hold), round 2.

Sean Corrigan def. Dean McGuire via sub (armbar), round 1.

Matthew Elliot def. Rory Girvan via sub (armbar), round 3.

Darrach Kelly def. Carl Gallagher via sub (RNC), round 2.

Juls Werdis def. Jonny Ward via TKO (strikes), round 1.

James Corrigan def. Pester Claudiu via TKO (ground & pound), round 1.

Callan Peace def. Creavan Scrivens via unanimous decision.

Marek Jakimowicz def. Simon McGrath via submission (D'arce Choke), round 1.

Michael Swann def. hane Murphy via unanimous decision.

Paul Kelly def. Aubrey Tarr via sub (kimura), round 3.

Simon Loughlin def. Alan Marino via unanimous decision.

Double Delight for SBG Swords in England

Double Delight for SBG Swords in England

Last night was a good night for SBG Swords in England as two of their prominent pro fighters walked away with massive wins.

In the Cage Warriors 99 main event James Webb (5-1) scored the biggest win of his career with a first round TKO win over Jason Radcliffe (13-7) - see below. Webb, who had previously won all his fights via submission, only turned pro less than two years ago and now with a win in a Cage Warriors main event under his belt he is certainly someone to keep an eye on in 2019.



A few miles away in Newcastle, Konrad Iwanowski (7-3) walked away with the MTK MMA middleweight title after a unanimous decision win over Tommy Quinn (7-5).

This victory has marked a return to winning ways for Iwanowski after narrowly losing a split decision in his previous fight at Cage Warriors 95. It also ends 2018 on a positive note for the Polish born fighter and no doubt he will be looking to cause a big splash in 2019 and get a good run going.

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3 Golds, 2 Silvers & 3 Bronze for Ireland at World Championships

3 Golds, 2 Silvers & 3 Bronze for Ireland at World Championships

The IMMAF World Championships 2018 are now finished and it was a successful haul for Ireland registering a medal tally of 3 Golds, 2 Silvers & 3 Bronze at the tournament in Bahrain.

Ryan Spillane took gold after winning three fights in total. He was awarded the gold medal today after his scheduled opponent in the final was not cleared to compete. The heavyweight certainly earned the gold by winning all three of his fights via stoppage.

Lee Hammond went viral on the first day of the competition with an insane submission, dubbed 'The Hamoplata' (see here). In total he won four fights en route to being crowned the IMMAF world champion at lightweight.

Ger Harris took the junior flyweight gold after a very tough final fight. After three round the contest was ruled a majority draw and then youngster dug deep to win the championship round to lift the gold medal.

Gold Medals

HW: Ryan Spillane - senior

LW: Lee Hammond - senior

FlyW: Ger Harris - junior

Silver Medals

HW: Trevor Makengo (IRE) - junior

WW: Paddy Wilkinson (IRE) - junior

Bronze Medals

LW: Patrick Lehane (IRE) - junior

BW: Dee Begley (IRE) - senior

FW: Alexander O’Sullivan (IRE) - senior


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