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Cutthroat Results from the Congress Theater

Cutthroat MMA returned to the Congress theater on Friday night. Fighters from across the country, were brought in to face some of the top local talent. Warren Roberds, of Wand fight team in Las Vegas, was brought in to face undefeated Carlson Gracie fighter, Tom Shoaf. Shoaf (16-0) started off with a nice jab but Roberds landed a big right hand that dropped Shoaf. As Roberds moved in to drop more punches, the referee halted the bout. A visually stunned Tom Shoaf complained to the referee that he was in fact was not out and perfectly fine to continue. Shoaf after falling to the canvas grabbed Roberds, which would be intelligently defending himself but it's a judgment decision by the referee. Shoaf not only complained to the official but also gave him a shove after the contest and left the cage. Shoaf then showed what type of person he really is, by coming out to admonish the fans, that were booing Warren Roberds. I commend Tom Shoaf for coming back to speak in favor of Roberds. Roberds wins via knockout approximately 10 seconds into the fight and gets the knock out of the night!


In the co main event, it was Team Colons JJ Gilmer wasting no time in defeating Sean Silvers. Gilmer moved in and took his opponent down with a nice belly to belly slam. Silvers was almost able to land on top, but Gilmer turned nicely to give him top position with side control. Gilmer worked a little ground in pound before taking Silvers back and submitting him with a rear naked choke. Gilmer retains his title in 58 seconds into round 1. Gilmer looked impressive with the quick victory.

The co-main event was a highly anticipated bout between Shane Grenko and Danny Morales. Grenko trains in Washington with the White Buffalo Warriors, and looked to take Morales's belt back to Washington. Morales, a Carlson Gracie fighter, looked to defend his title against the hard hitting Grenko. Morales used superior movement and mixed up his striking beautifully to keep Grenko off balance throughout the bout to win an unanimous decision victory. Grenko was the biggest test in Morales career, and he passed with flying colors. His take down defense was the best that I have seen in his young career, and it goes to show the hard work and dedication to the sport that Morales has. I also would like to commend Shane Grenko for putting on the best fight of the night. Grenko landed multiple shots to Morales throughout the contest, but was unable to put away Morales.  Both fighters did a phenomenal job and capped off the night with a five round war!


Cutthroat also announced that they will be doing a show in Las Vegas, in September, which would give local amateur fighters another avenue to test themselves in one of the biggest MMA cities in the world! Check back in the next couple of days for more updates..

Muay Thai Axel Mendez def Anthony Pazamino via unanimous decision
MMA Jacob Juciscak def Alphosa Graves via submission (rear naked choke) :34 Round 1
Muay Thai Desiree Brandt def Dorothy Schultz via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Muay Thai Eric Bradach  def Nemo Vier via (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
MMA Pierre Williams def Justin Blankenship via KO  0:34 Round 1
BJJ Larry Lindenman vs Tom Regep Draw (2-2)

MMA Co-Main Event
Warren Roberds def Tom Shoaf via TKO (strikes)

125 LB Flyweight Championship
JJ Gilmer def Sean Silvers via submission (rear naked choke) 0:58 Round 1

170 LB Welterweight Championship
Danny Morales def Shane Grenko via unanimous decision

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