BlackOut Fighting Championships 13
BlacKOut Fighting Championship returned to GFL with "BlacKOut Fighting Championship 13" emanating from Carthage, Missouri. BFC 13 was a mega pro/am card with 11 stoppages in 13 fights that also featured 2 title fights! BFC and its fighters are looking at making a statement to a worldwide audience and they did just that with BFC 13 as every fighter came out in beast mode looking to finish the fight.
In the main event, Teejay Britton (6-1) defeated Hector Arteaga (7-3) via triangle choke in the second round. Britton is 6'4" and fights at 140 lb, so he possessed a huge reach advantage over the stockier Arteaga. Arteaga closed the distance immediately and looked for a takedown. They struggled all over the cage in the clinch looking for positional dominance for the rest of the round. Britton scored with several knees to the midsection from this position. In the second round, Britton found his range and began to land with punches and push kicks from a distance. Arteaga caught a kick and took the fight to the ground with a nice takedown. As Arteaga looked to advance his position on the ground, Britton used his long legs to slap on a triangle choke and got the tapout victory.
In championship action, Blaire Patton (2-0) defeated Krystal McGuire (4-2) via guillotine choke in the first round to become the new BFC WomenÃ¢??s Champion. They came out swinging until they wrestled each other to the mat with McGuire looking for an armbar from the bottom. In a feat of strength, Patton spiked McGuire on the mat breaking the hold then immediately went for a submission of her own as she grabbed a guillotine choke and wrenched back on it getting the tapout seconds later in an impressive win.
In other news, Kendrick Latchman (10-3) defeated Miles McDonald (12-3) via unanimous decision to become the new BFC Strawweight champion after a workmanlike performance that saw Latchman impose his will throughout the fight both in standup and on the mat.
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