Absolute Fighting Championships

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Luigi Fioravanti - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... Joe Doerksen Decision (unanimous) Score Fighting Series 1 Mein vs ... Canada Win 15–5 Fabricio Nascimento KO (punches) Xtreme MMA Championships 1 02009-06-18June 18, 444 ... Rome, Italy Loss 14–5 Anthony Johnson TKO (punches) UFC Fight Night Lauzon vs ... States Win 7–0 Sean Sallee Submission (punches) Absolute Fighting Championships 15 02006-02-18February 18, 132 ... Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States Win 6–0 Tim Stout Decision (unanimous ...
Jorge Santiago - Mixed Martial Arts Record
22, 431 ... Tokyo, Japan Defended Sengoku Middleweight Championship Fight of the Year Win 22–8 Mamed Khalidov Decision (split) World Victory Road ... States For King of the Cage Middleweight Championship Loss 8–4 Jordan Radev Decision (unanimous) It's Showtime Amsterdam Arena 02005-06-12June 12, 500 ... Amsterdam, Holland Debut at ...
Mike Brown (fighter) - Mixed Martial Arts Record
... rear naked choke) PXF - Premier X-treme Fighting 02007-12-08December 8, 146 ... Hollywood, Florida, United States Win 17-4 Eben Oroz TKO (punches) HOOKnSHOOT - Bodog Fight 02007-11-24November ... Tokyo, Japan Win 10-3 Renato Tavares Decision (unanimous) AFC 10 - Absolute Fighting Championships 10 02004-10-30October 30, 500 ... Ft. 331 ... Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 9-1 Leigh Remedios Decision (unanimous) AFC 6 - Absolute Fighting Championships 6 02003-12-06December 6, 500 ... Ft ...

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