Julie Kedsie wins At the combat-do challenge In IL

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    adriennaaj
    Post subject: Julie Kedsie wins At the combat-do challenge In IL PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 3:55 pm
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    Congrats Julie~:)

    “The ladies had their turn in the cage as Canadian Sasha Mirvic took on American Julie Kedzie in what was one of the most exciting fights of the night. Kedzie managed to control much of the fight on the ground, tangling Mirvic in several submissions, including a rear-naked choke, armbar, and a triangle choke that Kedzie used to flip to the mount. Mirvic was very game, however, catching Kedzie with a kick to the face and surviving several bad positions. Ultimately, Kedzie’s superior groundwork and cage control led to a unanimous judges’ decision.”

    Combat Do 7 results

    Pro Fights

    3×5-minute rounds
    Charles Wilson def. Dustin Severs – Unanimous decision
    3×3-minute rounds
    Mike Russow def. Brandon Quigley – KO 0:18 R1

    Amateur Fights (3×3-minute rounds)
    Mark Estrada def. Jason Barber – Split Decision
    Mark Miller def. Many Delgado – KO 0:45 R1
    Boban Simic def. Albert Foster – TKO (Ref stoppage – strikes) 0:47 R1
    Sam Waters def. Josh Pearson – TKO (Ref stoppage – strikes) 2:14 R2
    Tom Hruby def. Chris McIntyre – Rear-naked choke 0:37 R2
    Julie Kedzie def. Sasha Mirvic – Unanimous decision
    Dan Ruzicka def. Kenny Allen – Armbar 1:24 R1
    Joe Benoit def. Leo Perez – Unanimous decision
    Hiram Harris vs. John Spears – No Contest*
    Willie Ford def. Todd Wittke – TKO (Ref stoppage- strikes) 2:49 R1
    Nick Cimnarusti vs. Will Serment- Draw
    Michael Belmonte def. Sam Aviles- TKO (Ref stoppage- strikes) 2:20 R3

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    derUbermensc
    Post subject: PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 5:22 pm

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    What does that make Kedzie’s record now?

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    Rikki
    Post subject: PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:11 pm
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    Congrats Julie!

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    JulesK
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 12:50 am
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    Thanks, guys…:)

    I’m not sure why they called it an amateur fight (I got paid), so if it doesn’t count, my record is still 4-3 (sherdog isn’t reporting one of my local fights…if it “counts,” i am 6-3, with the addition of that other fight.

    …but whatever…it’s really all about ring time, right? 🙂 It’s funny…I still don’t really consider myself to be all that of an experienced fighter…do any of you also struggle with this?

    Ask me after 50 fights, and maybe I’ll change my mind.

    Anyway, Sasha is an absolute sweetie and VERY tough (haven’t seen a doc yet, but I believe one of my eardrums has been ruptured). I can’t wait to see her fight again in the future!

    Best of luck to you all,
    jules

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    Mighty Me
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    where can i find some photos?

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    jcase
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 6:44 am

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    Why is a professional fighter fighting against an amateur fighter?

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    gretamobetta
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 12:11 pm
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    🙄 ❗

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    MNkkgMMA
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 8:40 pm
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    Julie, I am about to fight my 16th fight this next week and I still have no idea what I’m doing out there….. I still dont feel like a pro…probably never will. Every time I step into the cage I think to myself…”I must be crazy, what was I thinking” LOL

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    gretamobetta
    Post subject: PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 10:06 pm
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    Good Luck, not that you need it… 😈

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    JulesK
    Post subject: PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 1:06 am
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    😆 thanks, Kelly! I have that exact feeling every time I fight…

    (Good luck next week and welcome back! Greta tells me your team is really expanding in the realm of female fighters, which is awesome. I love that so many girls are coming out of the midwest these days…)

    Case, I didn’t set the match, nor was I informed that I was fighting an “amateur”. I’m afraid your question should really be directed at the promoter and matchmaker of the show…

    Greta–haha; “boys don’t cry”…thanks for your call last night and tell all the Wisconsin boys I say hi 🙂

    (edited for spelling.)

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