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Fury Pro Grappling 4 Results

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CFFC‘s grappling offshoot, Fury Pro Grappling, returns today with its first event of the year following a successful night of action last night with CFFC 109. Like last night, Fury Pro Grappling 4 is set to take place at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

In the main event, UFC welterweight contender Sean Brady battles longtime MMA veteran Ben Saunders. Brady most recently competed at Fury Pro Grappling 3, scoring a massive upset decision victory over one of the most talented grapplers alive in Craig Jones. His pressure-heavy wrestling base will be put to the test against the 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu stylings of “Killa B” Saunders, who most recently dropped a decision to former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson at the UFC Fight Pass Invitational. Their MMA careers also seem to be on different trajectories, as the undefeated Brady is currently ranked in the top ten of the UFC’s welterweight division while Saunders has lost six of his last eight in MMA.

The co-main event features fan-favorite UFC fighter Clay Guida facing CFFC President Brad Boulton, who replaces UFC featherweight contender Alex Caceres on hours’ notice. “The Carpenter” Guida picked up a win at Fury Pro Grappling 3 against Billy Quarantillo in his last grappling competition, while Boulton went 2-2 as an amateur MMA fighter, last fighting in 2016 before moving to become an executive in the promotion that he fought in. He trains out of Renzo Gracie Philly.

Four sets of siblings are set to compete in the event overall. Clay’s brother, longtime MMA vet Jason Guida, competes at heavyweight against Alex Myers, who trains at Saga BJJ alongside his brother and main gym instructor Kyle Myers, who will face two-time TUF alum and UFC vet Tim Williams. Two of decorated grappler Vagner Rocha‘s children, Achilles Rocha and Jasmine Rocha, will also compete, taking on Jacob Rodriguez and 17 year old grappling phenom Trinity Pun respectively. Jocelyn Letscher and Nate Letscher will compete on the preliminary card as well.

CFFC vets Jonathan Piersma, Connor Dixon, and Earl Small will also compete, along with Medusa 2 EBI Rules Strawweight Tournament Champion Sophia Cassella.

MMA Sucka has fight fans covered with Fury Pro Grappling 4 results, with the preliminary card starting at 4pm ET/1pm PT on CFFC’s Twitter pageΒ as well as itsΒ YouTube page, followed by the main card at 6pm ET/3pm PT on UFC Fight Pass.

Fury Pro Grappling 4 Results

Main Card

Sean Brady def. Ben Saunders via Submission (Kimura) at 4:25

Clay Guida def. Brad Boulton via Submission (Arm Triangle Choke) at 7:22

Jacob Rodriguez def. Achilles Rocha via Unanimous Decision

Connor Dixon def. Earl Small via Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 3:37

Jasmine Rocha def. Trinity Pun via Unanimous Decision

Tim Williams def. Kyle Myers via Unanimous Decision

Sean YadimarcoΒ def. Daisha GotoΒ via Split Decision

Alex Myers def. Jason Guida via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:59

Andrew Kochel def. Mike Medrano via Unanimous Decision

Will Martinez def. Pat White via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 2:58

Steve Joachim def. Jonathan Piersma via Unanimous Decision

Alex Nguyen def. Sophia Cassella via Unanimous Decision

Eric Naples def. Dennis Pressey Jr. via Unanimous Decision

Sonny Roche def. Lee Meringo via Unanimous Decision

Molli Zborowski def. Faith O’Donnell via Submission (Dead Orchard) at 1:52

Preliminary Card

James Hardeman def. Regis Farias via Split Decision

Jonna Wood def. Kate Egan via Unanimous Decision

Matt Turnbull def. Shawn Stefanelli via Unanimous Decision

Cameron Scalio def. Tyler Carroll

Riley Palmer def. Preston Wilson via Submission (Armbar) at 1:37

Gabriella Maslanka def. Jocelyn Letscher via Unanimous Decision

JoJo Samaritano def. Ryan Hinkle via Submission (Outside Heel Hook) at 1:37

Johnny Pecyna def. Griffyn Broyles via Unanimous Decision

Chase Pollard def. Dominick Cady via Unanimous Decision

Michael Villeneuve def. John Lyons via Split Decision

Robert Colon def. Manny Santos via Unanimous Decision

Nate Letscher def. Kevin Entrades via Unanimous Decision

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Nate Freeman is from Birmingham, AL, and has been an MMA fan since 2013 after buying UFC Undisputed 2009 for $2 from a second-hand electronics store.

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