I haven't had a chance yet to watch these fights, but it looks like Maximum Fighting Championship achieved their objective of producing more finishes after a lackluster main event of Dean Lister vs. Thales Leites at MFC 23. Every main card bout ended in a (T)KO, with only one fight making it out of the first round. Is it possible to get too much of a good thing?
One thing is certain, it's nice to see Yves Edwards (37-15-1) continuing his revival-- that makes three wins in a row. Meanwhile, Britain's Tom "Kong" Watson (11-3) [Pictured Left], who currently trains out of Jackson's Submission Fighting in Albuquerque, NM, put himself on many fans' maps tonight by handily turning aside a tough challenge from Canada's Travis Galbraith (17-6).
Yves Edwards def. Derrick Noble by TKO (Strikes), Rd. 1 @ 4:44
Tom Watson def. Travis Galbraith by KO (Head Kick), Rd. 1 @ 1:56
Dwayne Lewis def. Ryan McClain by TKO (Strikes), Rd. 2 @ 2:08
Jesse Juarez def. Nathan Gunn by KO (Head Kick), Rd. 1 @ 0:11
Dami Egbeyemi def. Paapa Inkumsah by Split Decision
David Letourneau def. Nick Hrynchyshyn by Unanimous Decision (30-27 X 3)
Garret Nybakken def. Chris Barber by Submission (RNC), Rd. 1 @ 2:30
Zach Blaber def. Eric Chouinard by Submission (Kimura), Rd. 1 @ 1:17