For those who missed MFC 33 HDNet has confirmed that cablechannel will re-broadcast the show Friday at 3:30 PM. MFC 33 originally was broadcast live May 4that the Mayfield Inn Trade Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Going into this show there were no MFC champions (see archives) so thewelterweight title on this card was a turning point for the promotion,unfortunately the fight itself wasn’t very exciting as Nathan Coy dominatedRyan McGillivray en route to a TKO between the third and fourth rounds. After Coy bloodied McGillivray in the firstround the end seemed imminent but despite the ringside physician being calledto look at McGillivray three times the fight continued until finally afterthree rounds of this five-round fight the end was called. ATT’s Coy now improves to 11-4 with threewins in a row following his disappointing Strikeforce career. MFC are keeping Coy busy with his first titledefense being at MFC 34 in August.
Speaking of vacant titles and MFC 34 the lightweight title will be on the lineat that show with a rematch of this night’s co-main event between Mukai Maromoand Adam Lynn. Although a great fightthe result of Maromo being handed the split decision caused some controversyand the rematch was immediately signed. The lightweight title was stripped from Antonio McGee in January forfailing to make weight at MFC 32.
MFC historically hold belts at Light Heavyweight and Middleweight but at thistime there is no word on when those titles will be filled.
MFC 33 results:
Josh Kitchen def.Mike Scarcello 2:27 R1 by triangle choke
Matt Jelly def. Garret Nybakken 2:01 R1 by armbar
Derek Parker vs. Jared McComb ruled a unanimous draw
Diego Bautista vs. Sabah Fadai ruled a “no contest” 1:00 R1 (knee to a downedfighter)
Jamie Toney def. Andrew Buckland by unanimous decision
Luke Harris def. Edwin Dewees 2:05 R1 by guillotine choke
Mukai Maromo def. Adam Lynn by split decision
Nathan Coy def. Ryan McGillivray 5:00 R3 (between rounds) by TKO