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Olson Victorious, Espinosa Takes Caged Combat Bantamweight Title15006FRESNO,
Calif. -- Casey “The Underdog” Olson will have to change his nickname
soon. Olson needed only half of the first round to dispose of the
overmatched Tony Boyles at Cage Combat Fighting Championships “Rumble
in the Park II” at the Woodward Park Amphitheatre.Dominant
lightweight Olson immediately took the fight to the ground, patiently
improving his position until he locked on the winning arm-triangle
choke at 2:28 to boost his record to 8-2.Jason Von Flue,
another local favorite, was not so fortunate. Von Flue looked good
early, connecting with a left-right combo that dropped his undefeated
opponent, Kyle Pimental, to his knees. Von Flue followed him down and
looked close to finishing Pimental off with a tight guillotine, but
Pimental survived. It would be the last time Von Flue looked in control.The
beginning of the end seemed to come from a standing elbow Pimental
landed while the fighters were separating. The blow obviously rocked
Von Flue, and he did not seem fully recovered as Pimental pounded away
in Von Flue’s half guard to finish the round.Pimental began
round two by landing a solid body kick that had Von Flue stumbling
backwards towards the fence. He then rushed in and landed a devastating
liver kick that doubled Von Flue over for the finish at 29 seconds.
Pimental improved his record to a perfect 6-0.Jeremiah Metcalf
defended his welterweight title in impressive fashion, as Brian Warren
seemed to stand little chance in the short affair.Metcalf came
out aggressive, landing a right, then took the fight to the ground
where he locked in a fight-ending rear-naked choke at just 1:16 of
round one.The bantamweight title, recently vacated by Rolando
Velasco, was also up for grabs. David Espinosa, who already fought the
former champ to a draw in August, faced off against Anthony Figueroa.Figueroa
(4-4) had nothing for Espinoza and was steamrolled in a swift 1:07.
Espinoza (6-2-1) came out strong, got the takedown, took his back, and
locked in the rear-naked choke.Preliminary action stole the
show with the fight of the night going to Eli Moreno and Ted Von Roll
after three grueling rounds of back-and-forth action. Von Roll took the
first two sets, but a winded Moreno locked in a standing guillotine to
force the tapout 44 seconds into round three.Telly Sanders put
on a takedown clinic against Lira Moses. Sanders dumped Moses on his
backside throughout the fight, but by the third round, looked to have
nothing left. However, Sanders dug deep, got the takedown and pounded
on Moses until the ref jumped in and stopped the fight at 2:22 of the
final stanza.Also on the undercard, Eric Castle scored a
technical submission victory over the always-tough Mike Craddock. The
ref stopped the fight at 2:27 due to on armbar, but Craddock, who never
tapped, insisted that his arm was already almost out, and that he was
in no danger at all. A rematch is more than likely in the near future.Beginning the night’s action, Oscar Delimar needed just 1:01 to secure a victory via guillotine choke over Gabby Solorio.
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