Please post ECC results.

If anyone hears the results please post them.

Thanks

Not until tomorrow night.

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I believe all fighters made weight with the exception of Jenna King who was 2-3lbs over but the fight will still happen.

Hicks came in at 208 on the first attempt but later made weight. Apparently his flight had been delayed the night before and he was late getting in.
MattMacGrath also came in slightly over (.8 of a lbs maybe) for his title match with Cory MacDonald but made weight shortly after.


185lbs - Tim Kelly (Titans Halifax) Vs. kirk Pelltier (Saigo Moncton)

135lbs - Matt Maclennan (Titans Halifax) Vs. Wayne Misener (Palooka’s / Sackville Martial Arts)

170lbs - Jaret MacIntosh (Titans Pictou) Vs. Louis-Christophe Laurin (Nester Montreal)

185lbs - Aaron Jollimore (Titans Halifax) Vs. Nick Exam (Nester Montreal)

170lbs - Jason Rorison (Titans Pictou) Vs. Craig Skinner (Fitplus Dartmouth)

140lbs - Tannaya Hantelman Vs. Jenna King (Anderson goncalves jiujitsu)

130lbs - Tyson Cave (Titans Paklooka's) Vs. Terry Kerr (Team Mayhem)

185lbs - Kyle Sandford Vs. Chester Post (Punishment pound Ont)

ECC Canadian WW Title

170lbs - Matt Macgrath (Titans Halifax) Vs. Cory MacDonald (Team Nester)

ECC Canadian LHW Title

205lbs - Roger Hollett (Titans Halifax) Vs. Marcus Hicks (Team Denarius)

Should be a really good evenly matched card with the exception of Cave vs Kerr.

Go Cory MacDonald!!!

btw, Cory is from Team Gladiator in Kingston, not Nestor. Nestor is his manager.

MacDonald was super lean yesterday and seemed very relaxed. I feel he is the favorite and I'm excited to see him fight again, it's been a while!

Cory Macdonald from Gladiator did a great job controlling his opponent and won a three round unanimous(I think it was unanimous) decision over his opponent. Good job!

any other results ?

Awesome!!! great job Cory.

Results??? Other than Cory MacDonald every fighter from Team Titans won. Kerr was a no show. Very even matches and even better officiating!!!!
I am sure I am not alone but IMO Craig Skinner definately won the fight vs Rorison.

185lbs - Tim Kelly (Titans Halifax) Vs. kirk Pelltier (Saigo Moncton)

Kelly won in the 2nd round via crazy guillotine.

135lbs - Matt Maclennan (Titans Halifax) Vs. Wayne Misener (Palooka’s / Sackville Martial Arts)

Maclennan won by.. something.. involving Wayne tapping out.

170lbs - Jaret MacIntosh (Titans Pictou) Vs. Louis-Christophe Laurin (Nester Montreal)

Jaret won by some sort of submission, it wasn't really clear for me to see, and the microphone they used to interview the winners sucked.

185lbs - Aaron Jollimore (Titans Halifax) Vs. Nick Exam (Nester Montreal)

Aaron won via first round tko.

170lbs - Jason Rorison (Titans Pictou) Vs. Craig Skinner (Fitplus Dartmouth)

Jason won a decision, that could have went either way depending on which way you saw the fight.

140lbs - Tannaya Hantelman Vs. Jenna King (Anderson goncalves jiujitsu)

Tannaya beat Jenna by third round stoppage.

130lbs - Tyson Cave (Titans Paklooka's) Vs. Terry Kerr (Team Mayhem)

Terry disappeared.

185lbs - Kyle Sandford Vs. Chester Post (Punishment pound Ont)

Kyle via omoplata to RNC.

ECC Canadian WW Title

170lbs - Matt Macgrath (Titans Halifax) Vs. Cory MacDonald (Team Nester)

Close fight, Macdonald took the decision.

ECC Canadian LHW Title

205lbs - Roger Hollett (Titans Halifax) Vs. Marcus Hicks (Team Denarius)

Marcus crumbled pretty fast.

Should be a really good evenly matched card with the exception of Cave vs Kerr.

It looked like the Hollett fight was fixed, the wind from a hook grazed his face and Hicks went down like he got shot...

I don't see how fighting these cans is helping Hollett's carrer, Hicks was 8-12 coming into the fight, I realize Hollett lost his last fight but that happens to everyone in this sport, he needs to fight quality guys if he's gonna go anywhere, padding his record at this point is a waste of time IMO.

Overall tho I have to say that the card sucked, the fights in the stands kind of ruined the night

It's kind of weird that there aren't more posts similar to the one above. It's like everyone on the East Coast is scared to say what these fights are. And not just this ECC show. With the the exception of the odd fight and the rare upset, they are nothing more than an advertisment for a particular local gym. Unfortunatley it leaves a sour taste in most of the fans mouths and makes it hard for the sport to succeed out here.

Who would really want pay to see evenly matched fights? Who wouldn't want the hometown hero to smash the visiting can?? Hey....wait...how about you try and take the attention away from the cans horrible record and fighting skills by creating some sort of fake feud between him and his opponent? Lame.

fitnessplus - It's kind of weird that there aren't more posts similar to the one above. It's like everyone on the East Coast is scared to say what these fights are. And not just this ECC show. With the the exception of the odd fight and the rare upset, they are nothing more than an advertisment for a particular local gym. Unfortunatley it leaves a sour taste in most of the fans mouths and makes it hard for the sport to succeed out here.


I couldn't agree more, it's evident in the ever shrinking crowds that the promotions are drawing now.

I understand that most promotors are connected to the sport thru various gyms. That means you will see a few of thier guys on the cards but stacking an entire fight card with your own guys against opponents with little to no chance of winning doesn't help the sport. It's very frustrating when you do it the right way (or at least try) and others who are obviously doing it with thier own agenda keep being supported.

I bought my ticket for Cory Macdonald's fight. I was interested for Rorison/Skinner and Kyle's fight as well, but Macdonald being on the card put me over the top.

Not nearly as good as the last Phoenix card, in my humble opinion.

Yeah it was a joke, they minus well have dragged up the hobo that hangs out by pizza corner to fight Roger, if they offered him a sammich he proly would have fought with more tenacity than Hicks.

Other notes about the card:

Skinner should have got the decision

Tannaya had the fight of the night IMO; it was good to see her get the win she deserves.

The officiating was OK but there were ALOT of lulls in the action where he should have seperated or stood the fighters up.

Something has to be done about all the fuckin thugs that show up to these shows with chips on their shoulders, that fight up in the stands was stupid and ruined the night IMO. All of the attention was diverted away from the fights and up into the stands, there were about 5 cops standing out at the entrance waiting for more back up before they actually did anything.

There should be more security to keep those fucktards in check.

Also as fitplus stated stacking the card WAAAY in your favor is pretty stupid and NOT ensuring your future success/continued development of your fighters.

/rant

I think Rorison/Skinner was fight of the night, if you look past all the quick stoppages.

Tannaya looked good, but Jenna didn't really do too much more than walk forward and take abuse. She was throwing single punches, and didn't seem to have a gameplan besides trying to catch kicks.

nostripewhite - I think Rorison/Skinner was fight of the night, if you look past all the quick stoppages.

Tannaya looked good, but Jenna didn't really do too much more than walk forward and take abuse. She was throwing single punches, and didn't seem to have a gameplan besides trying to catch kicks.


AGREED; Jenna didn't do much her ribs must be sore today