On Friday, Oct. 10, Resurrection Fighting Alliance visited the land of 10,000 lakes to host its 19th event from the Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel in Prior Lake, Minn.
In the night’s main event, the promotion’s vacant middleweight title was up for grabs as American Jake Collier took on unbeaten Brazilian Gabriel Checco.
The co-main event of the evening featured New Mexico bantamweight Abel Cullum against Minnesota product Carl Deaton III. Cullum was in action at RFA 18 last month, but stepped in on late notice to replace former RFA title challenger and UFC veteran Jeff Curran.
Also on the main card was a bantamweight affair between RFA vet Junior Maranhão and Marvin Blumer, a featherweight contest featuring Dan Moret and Jordan Griffin, a women’s strawweight battle between Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger and Rebecca Ruth, as well as a bantamweight fight featuring John Castaneda and Matt Brown.
The RFA 19 main card aired live on AXS TV beginning at 10 p.m. ET.
Above are video highlight of the main card (courtesy of AXS TV).
RFA 19 Fight Card
Jake Collier vs. Gabriel Checco – for vacant middleweight title
Abel Cullum vs. Carl Deaton III
Marvin Blumer vs. Junior Maranhão
Dan Moret vs. Jordan Griffin
Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger vs. Rebecca Ruth
Matt Brown vs. John Castaneda
Zak Ottow vs. Nate Howe
Jacob Ouradnik vs. Mike Zimmer
Cassie Rodish vs. Raquel Magdaleno
Kyle Todd vs. Jake Maher
Michael Bullen vs, Ty Bowling (a)
Blake Bilder vs. Sam Hernandez (a)
Karter Hothusen vs. Adam Holzgrove (a)
Bryan Mortensen vs. Chad Brito (a)
Chelsi Westdorp vs. Kelsy Johnson (a)
Jesse Wannemacher vs. Aruan Campa (a)
(a) – denotes amateur contest
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