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February 10, 2022

πŸ“°TEASER--πŸ“° NEF 46 'Decade of Dominance' 2/12/2022


New England Fights returns for their first show of 2022.  This show will be taking place at Club Aura in Portland Maine on Saturday, February 12, 2022.  The first fight will be starting at 7pm sharp.   You must show proof that you have received a negative COVID-19 test (72 hours before the event), OR be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (14 days past final vaccination shot). Test CAN NOT be a take home, self test. The test must be from a pharmacy or doctor with your name on the results. A phone pic/photo copy of your test results or your Vax ID is allowed.  If you don't want to attend in person you can always get the live stream at the link here for $29.99.  There are a total of 15 fights in which 5 of them will be professional bouts.  Let me break down the fight card for you all.  I will skip over the 0-0 match ups to save me a little time.

175 AM Curtis Ouellette 1-3 (CMBJJ) vs. Christopher Smith 0-0 (Team Nitemare)

In the first fight Curtis Ouellette will be taking on Christopher Smith at 175 lbs.  He trains with CMBJJ and comes into this fight with a 1-3 record with 1 win by ko/tko.  For his losses, he lost 1 by ko/tko and 2 by decision.  His opponent is Christopher Smith and he trains with Team Nitemare.  He will be making his amateur debut.  This is a good match up that I see being a stand up battle.

170 AM Justin Kangas 0-3 (First Class MMA) vs. Jon Assam 2-3 (CMBJJ)

At 170 lbs Justin Kangas will be squaring off against Jon Assam.  Justin trains out of First Class MMA and comes into this fight with an 0-3 record.  For his losses, he lost 2 by ko/tko and 1 by way of submission.  He is still hungry for his first taste of victory.  His opponent is Jon Assam and he trains with CMBJJ.  He comes into this fight with a 2-3 record with 1 win by tko stoppage and 1 by split decision.  For his losses, he lost 1 by ko/tko to strikes, 1 by submission and 1 by decision.  I think this is a great match up and I see it being a stand up war.

155 AM Cody Kilton 1-1 (First Class MMA) vs. Kaleb Kenney 0-1 (Team Nitemare)

At 155 lbs Cody Kilton will be facing Kaleb Kenney.  Cody trains with First Class MMA  and comes into this fight with a 1-1 record.  He has his 1 win by ko/tko to strikes and he lost 1 battle by ko/tko to strikes.  His opponent is Kaleb Kenney and he trains out of Team Nitemare.  He comes into this fight with an 0-1 record with 1 loss by ko/tko to strikes.  This is another close match up and I see this one definitely being a stand up battle.

155 AM Ben Grady 2-0 (Evolution Athletix) vs. Brandon Maillet-Fevens 3-2 (CMBJJ)

Then at 155 lbs Ben Grady will be taking on Brandon Maillet-Fevens.  He trains with Evolution Athletix and comes into this fight with a 2-0 record.  For his wins, he has both wins by ko/tko to strikes.  His opponent is Brandon Maillet-Fevens and he trains with CMBJJ.  He comes into this fight with a 3-2 record with 1 ko/tko and 2 submissions.  For his losses, he lost 1 ko/tko and 1 by submission.  I see this one being a ground battle.

185 AM Jeff Reynolds 2-2 (Karasu Tengu) vs. David McCarty 1-0 (Titan Athletics)

Next up at 185 lbs Jeff Reynolds will be squaring off against David McCarty.  Jeff trains with Karasu Tengu and comes into this fight with a 2-2 record.  He won his 2 wins by ko/tko to strikes and lost 1 by ko/tko and 1 by decision.  His opponent is David McCarty and he trains with Titan Athletics.  He comes into this fight with a 1-0 record with 1 very quick ko/tko to strikes victory.  I see this one being a stand up war.

265 AM Nick Legrande 0-0 (Young’s MMA) vs. Jack Burke 0-0 (Seacoast Boxing Club)

In the heavyweight division Nick Legrande will be taking on Jack Burke.  Nick trains with Young's MMA and will be making his amateur debut.  His opponent is Jack Burke and he trains with Seacoast Boxing Club.  He will also be making his amateur debut.  The heavyweights always bring it so this one should be a good slug fest.

125 AM Quinn Poirier 0-0 (First Class MMA) vs. Key Baltazar 0-0 (Nostos)
145 AM Mike Jolicoeur 0-0 (Karasu Tengu) vs. Will Smith 0-0 (Gorilla Fitness)

170 AM TITLE Mike Murray 3-2 (DCBJJ) vs. Zach Faulkner 4-1 (Recon)

At 170 lbs Mike Murray will be squaring off against Zach Faulkner for the 170 lb strap.  Magic Mike trains with DCBJJ and steps into this fight with a 3-2 record with 2 submission wins and 1 split decision victory.  For his losses, he lost 1 by way of submission and 1 by decision.  His opponent is Zach Faulkner and he trains out of Recon.  He comes into this fight with a 4-1 record with 1 ko/tko, 2 by submission and 1 by decision.  His 1 loss came by a rear naked choke back in 2019.  These guys are both rising stars in the amateur division and slap a strap into the mix and you got yourself a hell of a banger!  This fight could go standing or the ground as both fighters are very versatile. 

125 AM TITLE Tyler Smythe 3-1 (Evolution Athletix) (c) vs. Ryan Burgess 3-2 (Famoso BJJ)

Next up is another title fight between Tyler Smythe and Ryan Burgess.  Tyler trains with Evolution Athletix and comes into this fight with a 3-1 record.  For his wins, he won 1 by ko/tko, 1 by submission and 1 by decision.  His one loss came by a split decision from an Art of Scrap event.  His opponent is Ryan Burgess and he trains with Famoso BJJ.  He steps into this fight with a 3-2 record with all 3 wins by way of decision.  For his losses, he lost both of his fights by submission.  This is another awesome match up and both of these guys are very well rounded.  I see this one being a ground battle.

155 PRO Mohammad Al Kinani 0-0 (Evolution Athletix) vs. Chris Rooney 0-1 (Sargent BJJ)

For the first pro fight of the night Mohammad Al Kinani will be making his much awaited pro debut against Chris Rooney.  Kinani trains with Evolution Athletix and had a stellar amateur career of 9-1 with 6 ko/tko and 3 decision wins.  His opponent is Chris Rooney and he trains with Sargent BJJ.  He comes into this fight with an 0-1 record with his 1 pro loss by decision.  Chris looks to have went 12-7 as an amateur with 8 ko/tko, 2 submissions and 2 decisions.  This fight no doubt is going to be a stand out war and I don't see this one going the distance with how hard these guys hit.

145 PRO Anthony Vasta 0-0 (Defensive Edge) vs. Nathaniel Grimard 0-0 (Nostos)

Next up in the 145 lb division Anthony Vasta will be squaring off against Nathaniel Grimard.  Vasta trains with Defensive Edge.  He will be making his pro debut.  As an amateur he went 1-1 with 1 submission win and 1 decision loss.  Also making his pro debut will be Nathaniel Grimard who trains out of Nostos.  As an amateur he went 4-1 with  1 ko/tko, 2 submission and 1 decision victory.  This is another good match up but I think Grimard will edge this one out.

115 PRO Glory Watson 1-1 (Young’s MMA) vs. Alibeth Milliron 2-0 (Ludus MMA)

In the 115 lb division Glory Watson will be taking on Alibeth Milliron.  Glory trains with Young's MMA and comes into this fight with a 1-1 record.  In the win column, she won 1 fight by rear naked choke and her 1 loss she lost by submission.  Her opponent is Alibeth Milliron and she trains with Ludus MMA.  She comes into this fight with a 2-0 record with both wins by ko/tko.  This fight is going to be an awesome back and forth battle and definitely worth the price of admission!

140 PRO Zac Richard 1-0 (Evolution Athletix) vs. Carl Langston 0-6 (Independent)

At a catch weight of 140 lbs Zac Richard will be fighting Carl Langston.  He trains with Evolution Athletix and comes into this fight with a 1-0 record with 1 win by ko/tko.  His opponent is Carl Langston and he is an independent fighter with an 0-6 record.  He lost 2 by ko/tko to strikes and 4 by decision.  Now both of these fighters had other opponents but they both dropped out so fortunately for us fans they both agreed to fight again.  Zac has won the first pro fight between them quickly in Round 1 but Carl has been training hard and anxious to show off what he has learned since then.  I see this being a ground battle.

155 PRO Jerome Mickle 4-11 (Yonkyu Judo) vs. Aaron Lacey 6-2 (Nostos)

In the main event Jerome Mickle will be facing Aaron Lacey in the 155 lb division.  Jerome trains with Yonkyu Judo and comes into this fight with a 4-11 record.  In the win column, he won 3 by ko/tko and 1 by decision.  For his losses, he lost 7 by submission and 4 by way of decision.  His opponent is Aaron Lacey and he trains with Nostos.  He comes into this fight with a 6-2 record with 1 ko/tko, 4 submission and 1 decision victory.  For his losses, he lost 1 by doctor stoppage and 1 by decision.  Jerome was supposed to face Caleb Hall but Hall dropped out and thankfully Aaron Lacey stepped up to the plate after a 4 year layoff.  This fight should be another solid battle I see it being a stand up battle.

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