- Rick Stagg won via unanimous decision
- Daniel Sanchez won via unanimous decision, but got injured and could not fight his second bout in the evening
- John Rob won via decision
- Caroline Carty lost via split decision
- David Nocitra edged a majority draw
- Lee Kim edged a majority draw
- Paolo Dultra drew with his opponent
I noticed some spectators were confused as to what “majority draw” meant, and I can hardly blame them. This is one of THE RAREST outcomes in a fight. In a majority draw, two judges score the fight a draw, while the third judge scores it for a clear winner. The most recent example of note is probably last November at UFC 106, Caol Uno vs. Fabricio Camoes. That we saw two majority draws at the same event shows what great match-ups the Kombat Challenge featured. A full day of awesome competition!
From your Kru Joey: Thanks to all of the following that volunteered their time at the Kombat Challenge 2010. I am sorry if I have missed anyone, please let me know…
All of the staff and officials from the CASK organization
Dr. Darren Edelist
Carolyn Zepf from Ultimate Sports Therapy
Daniel Thiessan from coreperformance.ca
Sean Lasseter from Fairtex Canada and their awesome donation of gloves for our raffle
Martin Duncan and Suzanne Chevalier and their generous donation of a Harley Davidson jacket for our raffle
Igor Camber from Shoeless Joes AMC and their generous donation of a $100 gift certificate for our raffle
All of the Kombat Athletes!
Coach Rafael Delgado
John Temprile from Electric Groove
Kru Eddie de Nobrega
Kru Roberto Herrera
Vik Sharma from Subway
Stay tuned for more pics from the event later this week!