Just realized that I forgot to post the pictures from the Knockout Fight Night on October 28. We only had Gabriel Green fighting that night. He was in the main event defending his welterweight championship for the first time. It was a TOUGH fight and the first time Gabe has ever lost a round in a fight, much less possibly two rounds. In the end, Gabe’s heart and cardio became the deciding factor and he came through with a 3rd round TKO, increasing his record to 5-0.
The day after Henry fought at Get Down Fights, we are at Subfighter in Laguna for the Subfighter Men’s Nogi Round Robin Classic. Outside of all the butt flopping for foot locks and the one whiney purple belt throwing a baby tantrum after he lost because he accidentally got smacked during a scramble, it was a pretty good day. 6 competitors, 5 medals, didn’t have to ref and got to see old friends again!
A little late on this post, but I got a handful of photos from Saturday’s Get Down Fights. We had Henry Campanur fighting in his second amateur fight on late notice against the 125 lbs champ in the main event. It was a tough fight and Henry lost by decision, but he he fought well for a late notice fight and learned a lot. And the next day we have a grappling tournament to coach at!
A couple of little bonus shots from Friday night’s Knockout Promotions fights.
As far as the first picture goes… NEVER RECORD FIGHTS IN PORTRAIT MODE! Just don’t… ;P
Second and third pictures are just a reminder that fighting is VERY real; and while it may look glamorous in the cage, it’s not so pretty all the time back in the locker rooms.
Back to Gabriel Green. He brought his record to 4-0 and took home the Knockout Promotions welterweight championship after winning by a first-round rear naked choke (which also happened to be his first submission after a decision win and two TKO wins).