CFFC 112 Results

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CFFC 112 goes down tonight from the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

The Main Event is for the Interim CFFC Featherweight Championship between Frank Wells (3-1) vs Jose Perez (6-1) and a very exciting Co-Main Event Featherweight bout between two of North America’s top 125ers in American and SMASH Global Flyweight Champion Aaron La Forge (5-2) vs Canadian and former BTC & B2 Flyweight Champion James “The Suplex Kid” Clarke.

Frank Wells who is 3-1 as a Pro is on a two-fight win streak with back-to-back Unanimous Decision wins over William Rentz & Damion Nelson. Wells who trains out of Renzo Gracie’s Academy in New York has really put together a solid career with his ability to show his durability to take the fight into deep waters while mixing his ability to strike and grapple. Wells’s opponent is Jose Perez who has all the tools to leave Philadelphia as the CFFC Interim Champion as Perez like Wells has the ability to go the distance but Perez has proven to have a better game in MMA competition as 3 of his 6 wins have come by way of submission including hitting the ultra-rare Banana Split. The winner of this fight may have the Interim phrase dropped sooner than later as current Featherweight Champion Blake Bilder fights this Tuesday on Dana White’s Contender Series. This Main Event should really deliver between two of the best Featherweights in America.

The Co-Main event also has fight fans frothing at the mouth with a sensational Featherweight Bout between Aaron La Farge & James Clarke.

La Farge is coming off an impressive decision back in May to become the Inaugural SMASH Global Flyweight Champion and is hungry for more. La Farge has a solid wrestling base but can mix it up with his hands and is looking to showcase those skills against the Human Suplex Kid James Clarke. Clarke is a very talented fighter coming out of Lindsey Ontario and is riding a five-fight win streak picking up the BTC Fight Promotions Flyweight Championship & the B2 Flyweight Championship. Clarke has excellent wrestling and the ability to have heavy pressure on his opponents to try and break their will. This fight should be a barn burner, especially with some trash talk between the two. The winner of this fight should put themselves in the front of the line for the CFFC Flyweight Championship.

CFFC 112 starts at 7 PM EST with early prelim action on the CFFC YouTube Channel & then at 8 PM EST rest of the card will air on UFC Fight Pass

CFFC Interim Featherweight Championship

Frank Wells (3-1) vs Jose Perez (6-1)

Jose Perez def Frank Wells via 3rd Round Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:53

Flyweight Bout

Aaron La Farge (5-2) vs James Clarke (6-3)

James Clarke def Aaron La Farge via Unanimous Decision (29-28 x3)

Featherweight Bout

Angel Pacheco(6-1) vs Vilson Ndregjoni (5-2)

Angel Pacheco def Vilson Ndregjoni via 2nd Round Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:27

Heavyweight Bout

Marcus Leach (1-0) vs Ian Allston (1-0)

Ian Allston def Marcus Leach via 1st Round Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:05

Catchweight Bout

Ibrahim Kallie (1-1) vs Eric Nolan (1-1)

Eric Nolan def Ibrahim Kallie via 1st Round Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:32

Featherweight Bout

Elijah Humes (1-0) vs Thomas Picciano (1-1)

Thomas Picciano def Elijah Humes via Unanimous Decision (30-27 30-27 & 29-28)

Welterweight Bout

Ty Miller (1-0) vs Manny Morales (1-0)

Ty Miller def Manny Morales via Unanimous Decision (30-27 29-28 & 29-28)

Heavyweight Bout

Edwin Smart (3-4) vs Alex Myers (2-2)

Alex Myers def Edwin Smart via 2nd Round TKO (Strikes ) at 4:03

Bantamweight Bout

Kelvin Sterling (0-0-0 1NC) vs Keron Reed (Pro Debut)

Keron Reed def Kelvin Sterling via Unanimous Decision (30-26 30-27 & 29-28)

NextGEN Light Heavyweight Championship

Luke Fernandez (5-0 Amateur) vs Reeves Davis Jr (8-1 Amateur)

NextGEN Bantamweight Championship

Luke Fernandez def Reeves Davis via 2nd TKO (Excessive Strikes) at 1:37

Steve Phelan (7-3 Amateur) vs Riley Palmer (4-0 Amateur)

Riley Palmer def Steve Phelan via Unanimous Decision (30-27 x3) to Retain the CFFC Next GEN Bantamweight Championship

NextGEN Flyweight Championship

Matthew Heller (3-1 Amateur) vs Jerry Lleshi (3-0 Amateur )

Jerry Lleshi def Matthew Heller via Unanimous Decision (30-27 x3) to win the CFFC NextGEN Flyweight Championship

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