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Shark Fights 18 Events Pictures

| August 21, 2011 | Reply

Shark Fights 18 is in the books but fans not in attendance will not be able to see the fights until September 2nd on Fuel TV. Part of the networks Friday Night Fights series, the five bout main card from Shark Fight 18 can be seen at 6pm PT / 9pm ET. For those that cannot wait to see the action you can check out pictures from the event on MMA Valor.

MMA Valor was cage side for the event and if you missed the play-by-play on Friday Night the complete night’s results are below. Headlined by two main events featuring former MFC light heavyweight champion Emanuel Newton taking on Ricky Shivers and the former UFC fighter Shane Nelson against Aaron Wetherspoon.

Shark Fights 18 Results


185 lbs.: Justin Cutler vs. Scott Rosa – Scott Rosa by 2nd round Submission (Guilotine)

160 lbs.: Anthony Avila vs. Ben Santiago – Anthony Avila by 3rd round submission (Rear Naked Choke)

193 lbs.: Hrasimir Mladenov vs. Brandon Sene – Hrasimir Mladenov by Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-27, 30-26)

Main Card

205 lbs.: Adriano Camolese vs. Roy Boughton – Roy Boughton by 2nd rd. TKO

145 lbs.: Alexander Crispin vs. Randy Spence – Alexander Crispin by 3rd rd. Submission (Darce Choke)

265 lbs.: Ruben Villareal vs. Dave Huckaba – Dave Huckaba by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

205 lbs.: Emanuel Newton vs. Ricky Shivers – Emanuel Newton by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

155 lbs.: Shane Nelson vs. Aaron Wetherspoon -Shane Nelson by 2nd rd. TKO (Injury)

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Tags: Aaron Wetherspoon, Alexander Crispin, Anthony Avila, Dave Huckaba, Emanuel Newton, Hraimir Mladenov, MMA, Pictures, Randy Spence, Ricky Shivers, Roy Boughton, Ruben Villereal, Scott Rosa, Shane Nelson, Shark Fights, Shark Fights 18

Category: Event Pictures, Exclusive, MMA, Shark Fights

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