CFFC XX: Heckman vs Brett Martinez
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Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) was a huge hit in its debut show in Pennsylvania, where it put on a 10-bout card with 6 stoppages at the Valley Forge Casino Resort. CFFC has quickly expanded its footprint up and down the Eastern seaboard and is the largest East Coast MMA promotion currently promoting MMA. CFFC is not only building up future world champions from its home base in New Jersey/New York, it is also grooming the top blue chip talent from Virginia, Delaware and now Pennsylvania.
In the main event, Scott "The Animal" Heckman (14-3) defeated Brett "Young Blood" Martinez (5-1) via guillotine choke in round one to top off a brilliant night of fights. Heckman showed that experience still matters as he was able to overthrow the younger and undefeated but also less experienced Martinez. Martinez looked for a takedown right from the beginning but Heckman grabbed a standing guillotine. Martinez used that to his advantage as he got his takedown in impressive fashion by slamming Heckman to the canvas. Heckman popped back up and the two started to have a striking match with Martinez landing a solid knee to Heckman's face. Heckman got the fight to the ground with a Superman punch followed up by a clinch as the two fighters continued their scrap on the mat. After a quick choke attempt by Heckman the fighters broke and popped back up to their feet where another striking battle ensued. Heckman landed another takedown and again went for a guillotine choke off the takedown, but Martinez wiggled out. Heckman and Martinez fired off more punches and kicks as the pace was still going at break neck speeds. Heckman scored with another take and this time he got his guillotine sunk in far enough that Martinez had no choice in the matter but to tapout. It was a terrific performance by Heckman who showed that he is capable of hanging or beating anybody in the world in his weight class.
In other action, Paul Felder (4-0) defeated Ricky Nuno (1-1) via TKO in the first round. Felder is a one man wrecking crew as all 4 of his fights have ended in KO or TKO from strikes. Felder possess knockout power in both hands and proved it once again as he caught Nuno and finished him off with strikes.
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