Over the weekend we saw New Mexico lose one of it’s three world championships Albuquerque’s Carlos Condit fell to Georges St-Pierre via UD, to unifying the UFC Welterweight Title. Condit was dominated for more of the fight on the ground but saw his share of success standing.
Over 800 fans showed up to the Crowne Plaza Hotel to witness the first Team Tapia boxing card since the passing of 5-time world champion Johnny Tapia.
El Paso’s Ricky McCall (4-0) of Bushido MMA, took the XFL Light Heavyweight Title in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Johnny Tapia Presents- The Next Chapter Results:
Joaquin Zamora (19-4-1, 12KOs) def. Bernardo Guereca (16-115-1, 3KOs) via UD (80-72, 79-73. 79-74)
Archie Ray Marquez (14-2, 9KOs) def. Ricky Alexander (8-10, 6KOs)
Josh Torres (9-2-1, 4KOs) def Omar Quevedo (0-6)
Manuel Eastman (1-3) def. Henry Anaya III (1-2)
Adrian Lopez (3-1) def. Manny Otero (2-5)
Donald Sanchez (2-0, 1KO) def. James Martinez (1-1, 1KO)
At the end of the contest between Marquez and Alexander, Fidel Maldonado Jr. would make his way ringside and call-out Marquez.
“I felt that he’s been ducking me since forever,” said Maldonado. “We never fought in the amateurs; well let’s make it happen in the pros then. It’s a fight I’ve always wanted and a fight that I know everbody wants.”
XLF – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Ricky McCall (4-0) of El Paso’s Bushido’s gym defeated Myron Dennis via UD for the XFL Light Heavyweight Title at the Hardrock Cafe Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.