St. James, NY – MMA Platinum Gloves delivered their seventh show Saturday night, November 1, 2014.
The event returned to The Sports Arena in St. James, on Long Island. Fight of the Night Honors went to the Ryan Castro vs. James Gonzalez bout while Nyko Harrynarine earned the Performance of the Night award.
Harrynarine took home the Performance of the Night Honors with his impressive first round victory over Paul Thimote via Technical Knock Out when the referee stopped the fight.
Ryan Castro earned a split decision victory over his opponent James Gonzalez. The two fighters battled for three rounds delivering an exciting match-up to the fans, warranting them the Fight of the Night Award.
Despite the cancellation of two bouts, the seven match-ups carried out for the fans as there was four split-decisions and three finishes, two of which were first round TKO’s and the other was a first round arm-bar submission.
The announced attendance for MMA Platinum Gloves 7 was 585. The smaller fight card compared to past events didn’t hinder the quality of the seventh establishment of MMA on Long Island presented by MMA Platinum Gloves.
MMA Platinum Gloves 7 Results
Michael Merante W 3 (Split Decision) Ryan Schappert
Nyko Harrynarine W 1 (TKO – Ref Stoppage) Paul Thimote
Ryan Castro W 3 (Split) James Gonzalez
Robert Diggle W 3 (Split) Shaquan Moore
Errol Murphy W 1 (TKO – Ref Stoppage) Tyler Fudzinski
Kevin Wall W 1 (Sub – Arm Bar) Damon Mulazzi
Dave Della Rocca W 3 (Split) Eric Finch
Fight of the Night: Ryan Castro vs. James Gonzalez
Performance of the Night: Nyko Harrynarine
Dan Diaz (Injured) vs. Luis Ruiz
Victor Robinson (No Show) vs. Sabu Diaz
For more information about upcoming events presented by MMA Platinum Gloves visit their website at www.mmaplatinumgloves.com for Live MMA on Long Island.
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