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Thread: AFL Newport 15th March

  1. #111

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    Full results (thanks to Rachel for recording them for me!)

    Matt Page def Chris Corefield via decision
    Raj Bista def Martin Evans via decision
    Josh Ramage def Kevin Knight via DQ
    Mike Simms def Jamie Jones via Decision
    Naim Alwen def Gulliver Bristow via Amrbar 1.28 Rd2
    Percy Dean def Carl James via KO 0.17 Rd1
    Brad Wheeler def Pat Davies via Kimura 2.41 Rd1
    Scot Clist def Nigel Simmons via KO 0.09 Rd1
    Lee Brace def Mark Idzikowski via Sub (RNC) 0.55 Rd2
    Nathan Beer def Costa Doru via Decision
    Raj Bista def Josh Ramage via Decision
    Phil Faulkner def Alex Ward via Sub (Armbar) 1.20 Rd1
    Gavin Gwyn def John Ashley via TKO 2.29 Rd1
    Stuart Tyrie def Nick McFadden via TKO (Cut) 0.30 Rd1
    Tom Winstanley def John Culley via Technical Submission (RNC) 1.32 Rd1


    In brief, great event, excellent all-round standard from the fighters. The amateur scene in South Wales is very slick. Some of the young lads fighting on this show have real potential to great things on the larger pro stage at a later tie. I'l def be keeping my eyes on a few of them.

  2. #112

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    A truly Grrreat night, well organised, officiated & ran, well done to all at the AFL Team, another fantastic event.
    Looking forward to your next event on June 28th, again at Newport, for those of you that have not been, go, have a look, you will go again!
    Chris

  3. #113
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hywel Teague View Post
    Full results (thanks to Rachel for recording them for me!)

    Matt Page def Chris Corefield via decision
    Raj Bista def Martin Evans via decision
    Josh Ramage def Kevin Knight via DQ
    Mike Simms def Jamie Jones via Decision
    Naim Alwen def Gulliver Bristow via Amrbar 1.28 Rd2
    Percy Dean def Carl James via KO 0.17 Rd1
    Brad Wheeler def Pat Davies via Kimura 2.41 Rd1
    Scot Clist def Nigel Simmons via KO 0.09 Rd1
    Lee Brace def Mark Idzikowski via Sub (RNC) 0.55 Rd2
    Nathan Beer def Costa Doru via Decision
    Raj Bista def Josh Ramage via Decision
    Phil Faulkner def Alex Ward via Sub (Armbar) 1.20 Rd1
    Gavin Gwyn def John Ashley via TKO 2.29 Rd1
    Stuart Tyrie def Nick McFadden via TKO (Cut) 0.30 Rd1
    Tom Winstanley def John Culley via Technical Submission (RNC) 1.32 Rd1


    In brief, great event, excellent all-round standard from the fighters. The amateur scene in South Wales is very slick. Some of the young lads fighting on this show have real potential to great things on the larger pro stage at a later tie. I'l def be keeping my eyes on a few of them.
    It was good to see you the Hywel , hope you managed to get some cool photos

  4. #114
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    im gutted i couldnt make it!!!!

  5. #115

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hywel Teague View Post
    Mike Simms def Jamie Jones via Decision
    Percy Dean def Carl James via KO 0.17 Rd1
    COME ON SBG!!!! WOOOHOOOO!!!!

    Im suprised Percy didnt win via leglock.
    Coffee drinker, prefer Pepsi and I'm kind of a big deal.

  6. #116

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    I know i say this after every AFL and its getting old, but the AFL get better and better with every show. the athmosphere was amazing last night. all the fights were entertaining. and to sell out a hall that size is a great achievement. The afl has to be THE BEST AMATEUR SHOW in the UK!

  7. #117

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    And come to think about it, its a lot better than a lot of pro shows in the UK too!

  8. #118
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    It sounds like a good night. How many tickets were sold?

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    quite a lot. couldn't give you an exact number but I'd guess it was probabaly around 600 capacity or so. Amazing they did so well considering that Wales played for the Six Nations the same day. Nathan 'Nicky' Beer sold 250 odd tickets by himself, that was pretty good going

  10. #120
    boxingbrit
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    Good stuff. With this and the AMMA show amateur MMA looks to be outselling Pro!

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