Transpire Magazine representatives were in the house for More Mma Classic #7! Transpire is a long time supporter of More Mma and we are honored to bring you front and center with us to their seventh mixed martial arts event. The event was held November 20, 2015 at the Romeoville Athletics & Events Center, in Romeoville Illinois.
Each event proves to be bigger and badder than the last one. Classic #7 showcased a wide range of skill sets and martial arts backgrounds. Some of the nights fighters entered the cage for their very first time. This event successfully highlighted some of the Midwest’s most promising beginner and advanced amateur Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts practitioners on the scene, providing a wide range of excitement and action the entire night!
Michael Aguirre has a very extensive history of matching up fighters and forming good relationships with martial arts fight teams across the Nation. He is definitely well liked and respected by everyone in the industry. Michael and Ed stands out in the Midwest as movers and shakers on the rise in the world of Mma.
Here are the fight results: The 185lb title bout was won by Dan Regal over Alejandro Santiago in a five round decision that had the fans on the edge of their seats;
The 155lb title bout was a battle between two very skilled and experienced fighters Sam Agushi victorious over Donny Simpson by tap out;
The 135lb title bout was won by decision Justin Lopez defeating Tyler Lorek;
Clark Jones defeats Tyler Scott; Joshua Bundshuh defeats Igor Zinyak;
Nick Savino defeats Brian Akins; Arthur Pike defeats Randy Tran;
No contest between Siran Harrison and Zac Klonowski;
Transpire Magazine’s favorite fight of the night goes to 145lb battle between Chris Sanchez and Jesse Tracy. Chris got the win but both fighters showed tremendous courage and fortitude. (Pictured above)
Eduardo Roman defeats Thomas Malia; Mandy Blake defeated Matilda Tolentino; James Esposito defeats Deonta Johnson and Paul Flores defeated Austin Cooper.
Some of our readers may not be aware that Ed Walz has an extensive history of providing media coverage and high quality photography work for Mma events across the Midwest in a quest to support local mixed martial arts promoters for many years prior to undertaking the huge task of promoting his own Mma fight events. Ed’s work has and continues to be very instrumental in spreading the word and popularizing the sport in the Midwest.
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More Mma Classic #7 Picture Slideshow