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Cage Fury Fighting Championships 37 Results


Cage Fury Fighting Championships 37 Results: Philadelphia 2300 Arena

Heavyweight champion Azunna “The Eighth Wonder of the World” Anyanwu earned his reclaimed his glory Saturday night at, landing a perfectly timed right hand to knock out challenger Keith “Bad Newz” Bell. The end officially came at 2:22, in the first round.

The co-main event featured a battle between up-and-coming prospects Bill “Mr. Perfect” Algeo (6-1) and Mike Pope (2-1). Algeo secured his own takedown and locked up a rear-naked choke at 2:51 of the first round.

Julio Rosario (3-4) defeated Brandon Inskeep (7-9) by arm triangle choke at 4:43 of the first round.
In a battle of unbeaten 115-pound women, Katlyn Chookagian(1-0) defeated Rebecca Heintzman(2-1). Chookagain dominated on the ground and on her feet to earn the unanimous decision in her pro debut.

Jay Haas and Evan Chmieleski fought at a catchweight of 140 pounds. Haas (12-14) finished Chmieleski (5-6) with a barrage of punches at 3:13 of round one.
Shelby Graham (6-5) got the win Vladimir Cerbadji (3-2) by split decision, 29-28, 29-28, 27-30.

Ricky Bandejas (2-0) Gave Chris Piriz(2-1) Via decision. The scores were 30-27, 30-27, and 29-28.

F eatherweight Phil Doig (1-2) picked up his first pro victory defeating Pat White (2-7) via choke at 4:47 of the opening round.

In the opening professional fight of the evening, Jayro Martinez won his pro debut against Robert Jimenez (1-1) via decision.


Brian Jones defeated Josh O’Reilly via TKO just 42 seconds into their bout.

Mariano Vidro-Rivera won a unanimous decision against Michael Macauley. All three judges scored it 29-28.

Jonathan Romero won via unanimous decision against Keifer Flemming.

Scott Krampetz used his superior wrestling skills to outlast Alex Sinprasith over three rounds, with all scorecards reading 30-27.
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Cage Fury Fighting Championships returns to the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City on Aug. 9. CFFC 38 will feature a stacked fight card, including several title fights.