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David Crowned Pure Combat Banatmweight Champ

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Chris David didn’t disappoint his hometown crowd
with a clear-cut unanimous decision victory over David Granados for the
vacant Pure Combat bantamweight championship inside Sacramento Memorial
Auditorium in Sacramento, Calif.It was David’s night from the
start, as he dropped Granados with a fast jab and then grounded his
opponent with a follow-up takedown –- the first of many for the
evening. David doled out punishment from top until the first-round bell
sounded at three minutes.Granados landed in half guard out of a
feverish scramble in the second set, but David backdoored out and
slammed Granados back to the canvas. With an active David hovering over
him, Granados could find no reprieve again, as the rounds were adjusted
to the appropriate five minutes.The bantamweights went
toe-to-toe in the third round, but David dove for safer ground when
Granados hurt him with an uppercut. A grounded Granados fought his way
out from underneath David for the first time all night only to be
scooped to the mat seconds later where he stayed.As the fight
moved into the fourth and fifth rounds, the well-conditioned David
seemed unstoppable from a comfortable half guard, raining down
occasional punches and elbows on the marooned Granados. David was
rightfully awarded scores of 50-45 across the board.Kenneth
Alexander rallied with a flurry of strikes in the third round to
fluster opponent David Gardner, but it wasn’t enough to push the WEC
veteran ahead on the judges’ cards. Gardner was awarded a split
decision with dual 29-28 tallies in a well-paced affair, handing
Alexander his second close loss in two outings.Gardner
outworked Alexander in the first and second rounds on positioning
alone, though Alexander found Gardner’s back on three occasions, but
couldn’t get his hooks in to secure the finishing choke.Jennifer
Tate eked out a split decision over Sarah Schneider in a competitive
125-pound contest. The Cesar Gracie-trained Tate showed versatility on
the mat with rear-naked choke and armbar attempts in the first
three-minute round, but Schneider battled back with her own armbar
attempt in the second set. Schneider flattened out Tate in the final
three-minute stanza, but was unable to find an ending to this
grappling-heavy affair. Tate took the bout with 29-28 scores from two
judges, while another saw it 29-28 for Kansas City, Mo., visitor
Schneider.Heavyweight Drew Montgomery made short work of
Richard Blake in their rematch, muscling the No Limit rep against the
fence before taking him down. From half guard to mount, Montgomery
stifled a dazed Blake with elbows and punches for the TKO stoppage 2:12
into the first round.Michael Brown clipped Marcus Gaines with a
close-range right to set up a takedown to half guard to start their
middleweight contest, but Brown wasn’t able to capitalize from side
control.Brown nailed a high-amplitude slam reminiscent of Matt
Hughes at the top of the second, but Gaines reversed immediately. A
savvy Brown found a kimura from bottom that gave Gaines all he could
handle until he freed his appendage. Seizing his opening, Gaines
unloaded elbows and fists, knocking Brown out inside his guard for an
impressive 2:18 finish into the second round.After an eventful
first round, Jared Papazian dropped Art Arciniega with a sound right at
the top of the second. Arciniega got his chance to recover and went for
two triangle choke attempts before referee John Schorle stood the pair.
Arciniega rebounded with a standing guillotine choke and forced
Papazian to tap out 34 seconds in the third round.

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