Cannafist 2 - Malice In Wonderland - Results and Pay-Per-View Stream

Cannafist 2 – Malice In Wonderland – Results and Pay-Per-View Stream

On October 29th, OKC Cannafist 2 is live on FITE with it’s second edition – it’s Malice In Wonderland! Both, the main and co-main events are title battles for the Heavyweight Championship and for the Women’s Lightweight Championship. You can order the event via FITE below for a purchase price of $19.99. The action begins at 7pm ET.

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Check the contenders and the full fight card below:

Main event – Heavyweight Championship
Oscar “Bebop” Delcid vs Jason Klein

Round 1: Both fighters get right in the mix, throwing caution to the wind as they get into this main event. Delcid is applying heavy pressure early and mixing up his strikes well. Klein seems ok with laying back-letting his opponent come to him as he works his counter strikes and heavy leg kicks. Delcid pressure makes the difference in the opening stanza as he’s taking an early lead.

MyMMANews scores round one for Delcid. 10-9

Round 2: Delcid picks up where he left off throwing quick and heavy shots early. Delcid’s pace is winning the fight thus far with Klein looking for heavier shots to slow Delcid down. A back and forth round saw Delcid’s pace pay dividends, once again as he coasts through this round with some but minimal adversity.

MyMMANews scores round 2 for Delcid. 10-9

Round 3: Delcid jumps on Klein early and lands a flush right hand that stops Klein in his tracks, momentarily. Klein fires back immediately with Delcid keeping his distance, utilizing his teeps. Klein is slowing his pace but is withstanding heavy pressure for the rounds entirety.

MyMMANews scores round 3 for Delcid. 10-9

Round 4: Delcid jumps on his for early, chopping Klein down with leg kicks. Delcid presses forward with several heavy punches leading into body-kicks combinations. In the closing moments, both fighters trade relentless leg kicks to the bell.

MyMMANews scores round 4 for Delcid. 10-9

Round 5: Both fighters tough gloves and immediately get to work. Delcid is throwing punches in bunches, blitzing forward. Klein is taking every ounce he has and returning the favor. Klein seemingly knows he’s down on the cards and is throwing each strike with KO intentions. With 10 seconds left, both fighters come to life with Delcid throwing several lightning-fast punches to put a stamp on this title bout.

Oscar Delcid defeats Jason Klein via unanimous decision for the inaugural Cannafist heavyweight championship.

Co-Main event – Women’s Lightweight Championship
Ashlea Trachier vs Lindsay-Ann “Bloody” Valentine

Round 1: Neither fighter wastes anytime with a feeling out process. Both fighters swinging for the fences. Trachier hurts Valentine late in the round and lands a single flush knee that drops Valentine to the canvas. Valentine beats the 10 count and both ladies swing hard for the closing moments

MyMMANews scores round 1 for Trachier
10-8

Round 2: Trachier picks up where she leaves off, swinging with ill intent. Valentine seemingly recovers and meets Trachier in the middle, throwing heavy leather of her own. Back and forth round. Trachier picks up her punches towards the end of the round, Valentine begins to wither again but makes it to the bell.

MyMMANews scores round 2 for Trachier
10-9

Round 3: Trachier wastes no time jumping in her wounded and bloodied opponent, Valentine. Mixing up her punches and knees, Trachier is landing bombs repeatedly forcing the referee to intervene for a standing 8 count. Valentine wants to continue and gets right back in the mix, matching Trachiers thunderous punches, showing signs of life. Bell sounds

MyMMANews scores round 3 for Trachier

10-8

Round 4: Trachier is pushing for a stoppage but Valentine is testing her cardio and aggression. Withstanding a ton of punishment, Valentine is hurt but not out as Trachier is methodically picking her opponent apart with a plethora of strikes landed. With several knees and pinpoint punches, Valentine crumbles to the canvas once again late in the round. She beats the count and makes it to the bell for the final championship round.

MyMMANews scores round 4 for Trachier

10-8

Round 5: Knowing she’s ahead, Trachier keeps Valentine at bay for the majority of the round. Trachier utilizing her reach, was able to pick her shots and make Valentine chase her for the majority of the round. Valentine landed some hard right hands towards the end of the bout. However, it was too little, too late as Trachier has coasted her way, knockdown after knockdown to an easy unanimous decision.

Ashlee Trachier def. Lindsay-Ann Valentine via unanimous decision

Aaron Diaz def. George Stallworth via KO at 1:11 of round 3

Olen Learned def. Michael Shirley via TKO at 1:16 of round 1

Jeremy Harper vs Arlyn Franco def. Jeremy Harper via TKO at 1:16 into round 1

Erik Meyer def. Sean Murray via unanimous decision

Ojany McClinton def. Levi King via 2nd round TKO

Blake Robinson def. Jordan Brown via decision

*fight card subject to change

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