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Results from the Bloodbath that was MFC 33: Collision Course

The MFC 33: Collision Course canvas started out a clean bright white but when the night had concluded it was blood soaked red. The night’s final two bouts were brutal fights that resulted in some serious blood loss that painted the canvas red.

The MFC 33: Collision Course card took place from the Mayfield Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and aired live on HDNet.

The co-main event between Mukai Maromo and Adam Lynn started out quickly with Lynn dropping Maromo in the opening round and opening up two cuts on the head of “The Afrikan Assassin”. With blood spilling everywhere Lynn dominated the round, leaving a trail of blood on the canvas that had to be thoroughly cleaned between rounds. Lynn continued to punish and Maromo continued to bleed for three rounds and the fight went to the judges’ scorecards.

Possibly blinded by the blood, the scores somehow added up to give Maromo the split decision despite what appeared to be a dominate win for Lynn. MFC Owner/President Mark Pavelich moved quickly though and at MFC 34 Mukai Maromo and Adam Lynn will rematch for the MFC lightweight championship.

The nights main event was for the MFC welterweight title as Ryan McGillivray looked to become the first Canadian MFC champion as he took on Nathon Coy. After a failed takedown attempt McGillivray found himself on his back for the majority of round one. With seconds left in the round, Lynn dropped a slicing elbow that opened up a cut above the hair-line of the Canadian. The cut would begin the paint the canvas red in round two and Coy with open up even more cuts as McGillivray once again spent the majority of the round on his back.

At the end of round two McGillivray was slow to get up but answered the call for round three. Like the first two rounds McGillivray spent the round on his back getting elbowed by Coy, bleeding all over the place. Showing the heart of a champion, McGillivray survived the round and literally crawled back to his corner. In the corner McGillivray could not left his head and needed Greg Jackson to slap and yell at him to get him to “wake up” as it was obvious he’d lost too much blood.

Before the start of the fourth round the ring side doctor examined McGillivray, who looked dazed and glazed over. The doctor stopped the fight and Coy was crowned the welterweight champion with a 3rd round TKO.

You cannot argue the heart of McGillivray but you have to question his corner who watched him in the fetal position for most of round three and couldn’t keep his head up and eyes open between rounds. Yelling out “it’s just blood” and “calm down”, while ignoring the obvious is a dangerous game to play. According to Michael Schiavello Ryan McGillivray was taken to the Hospital after the fight.

Along with all the blood, the eight bout fight card also featured a draw and a no contest.

MFC 33: Collision Course Complete Results

MFC Welterweight Title (170 lbs.) – Nathan Coy defeated Ryan McGillivray by 3rd rd. TKO (Doctor Stoppage)

Lightweight (155 lbs.)Mukai Maromo defeated Adam Lynn by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Catchweight (195 lbs.) – Luke Harris defeated Edwin Dewees by 1st rd. Submission (Guillotine)

Catchweight (175 lbs.) – Jamie Toney defeated Andrew Buckland by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)

Lightweight (155 lbs.) – Diego Bautista vs. Sabah Fadai ended in a No Contest in 1st rd. (Accidental Foul)

Middleweight (185) – Derek Parker vs. Jared McComb fought to a Draw (28-28, 28-28, 28-28)

Lightweight (155 lbs.) - Matt Jelly defeated Garrett Nybakken by 1st rd. Submission (Armbar)

Welterweight (170 lbs.)Josh Kitchen defeated Mike Scarcello by 1st rd. TKO

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Tags: Adam Lynn, Andrew Buckland, Edwin Dewees, Jamie Toney, Luke Harris, MFC 33, MFC 33: Collision Course, MMA, Mukai Maromo, Nathon Coy, Results, Ryan McGillivray

Category: Maximum Fighting Championship, MMA, Results

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  1. jesse says:

    I have never seen such a BS call in my entire life! I was over here laughing when the scores were read. A very smart and logical move for the promotion to reschedule that fight again. Really a no brainer, unless they wanted to lose credibility. Either way i surely hope that those judges are not welcomed back in ANY MMA event! SAD SAD SAD..

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