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MFC 16: Anger Management (Full Fight Card) – Staff Writer

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Gary Goodridge (23-15) (Barrie, ont) vs. Eric Pele 12-4 (Las Vegas.NV)

Finally! MMA Heavyweight Legend fights in his home country for the very first time. Goodridge has fought all over the world (Including the UFC, Pride and K-1) and now he comes to Canada at MFC 16: Anger Management to take on Heavyweight superstar Eric Pele. Pele who used to weigh over 315lbs has dropped down to 265lbs and says he’s in the best shape of his life. Two veterans with huge KO power will go head to head in the MFC heavyweight division.

Ryan Ford (5-0) (Edmonton, Can) vs. CJ Fernandes (14-6) (St.louis, Mi)

Undefeated Ryan Ford who is coming off a rear naked choke victory over UFC vet Pete Spratt will now put his perfect record on the line against another UFC vet in CJ Fernandes. Ford is on a mission to get a shot at the MFC welterweight championship and want’s to make a statement with this fight! Fernandes who has had a long lay off will make his return in MMA in the MFC welterweight division. Fernandes has been training with former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes and he’s ready to get back into the mix by looking to knock out undefeated rising star Ryan Ford.

Ryan Jimmo (6-1) (Halifax, Can) vs. Adam Maciejewski (8-4) (Chicago, ill)

Jimmo is on a 6 fight winning streak and completely dominated WEC vet Craig Zellner in his last MFC performance. Jimmo is a very well rounded fighter and could be the future in the MFC light heavyweight division. Standing in his way is IFL vet Maciejewski who’s looking to make wave’s in the MFC by ending Jimmo’s winning streak with dominance.

Mike Maestas (5-1) (Albquerque, NM) vs. Ben Henderson (4-1) (Phoenix, AR)

Maestas is coming off a huge win in the MFC lightweight division by beating one of the division’s top prospects in undefeated Ryan Heck by Decision. Henderson is a unorthodox fighter with tricks up his sleeve. In my opinion this will be the fight of the night. Who will take one step closer to that lightweight title shot?

Kaipo Miller (3-0) (Hawaii) vs. Matt McGrath (5-0) (Halifax, Can)

McGrath has been destroying the competition in Canada, but Miller will be his toughest test yet. Kaipo’s record does not show his vast experience in this sport and now he wants to prove himself in the MFC welterweight division. McGrath who is training partner to MFC light heavyweight champion Roger Hollett brings a full arsenal in his game but his Judo is sick will he be able to control the fight if it hits the mat? Miller who’s training partner to MFC Heavyweight champion Scott Junk has a wealth of experience will this be enough to stop the undefeated McGrath?

Chris Camozzi (7-1) (Lakewood, CO) vs. Dwayne Lewis (4-3) (Fort Mac, Can)

Camozzi is coming off his first “disappointing” loss in the MFC middleweight division. Camozzi was putting a beating on UFC vet Jesse Forbes for two and a half rounds, blood was everywhere but in the last minute of the last round Camozzi got caught in a very tight armbar giving him his first loss and now he wants redemption. His opponent started off his MMA career in the Heavyweight divison, and then in the light heavyweight division now he’s coming down to middleweight and is ready to bang with anyone.

Ryan McGillivray (6-2) (Edmonton, Can) vs. Gavin Neil (3-0) (Vancouver, BC)

McGillivray is back on track with a new attitude after destroying Jason Zorthian at MFC 15. Standing in his way is undefeated Gavin Neil who’s been submitting his way through the welterweight division. Neil has some of the best Muay Thai strikes I’ve seen in the division a long time but nobody wants to stand with him and when the fight hits the canvas he seem’s to easily submit his opponents.

Jason Kuchera (3-0) (Edmonton, Can) vs. Aron Lofton (2-0) (Tulsa, Ok)

Kuchera is a man of pure aggression and has KO’d all of his opponents; Lofton comes to the MFC with only 45 seconds of ring time in two fights! Don’t blink because this could end in devastating fashion and it could go either way.

Keto Allen (1-0) (Calgary, Can) vs. Sean Wright (2-1) (Edmonton, Can)
(May not be broadcast)

Mike Sorenson (2-1) (Fort Mac, Can) vs. Jeremy Martin (0-0) (Newfoundland)
(May not be broadcast)

Mike Tubbs (1-1) (Edmonton, Can) vs. Troy Sorrensen (2-0) (Edson, Can)
(Will not be broadcast)



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When? Do you test all fighters for Roids?


ttt Goodrige vs Eric Pele. good matchup.

this just keeps getting better. TWO Titan's fighters on this time. I can't wait to watch.