On Friday, March 6, Colorado’s Prize Fighting Championship hosted its eighth event, Paramount Prize Fighting 2015, from the Paramount Theatre in Denver.
In the night’s main event, UFC veteran Chris Camozzi looked to build on the momentum of his first-round destruction of Jeremy Kimball in November, as he faced of with formed MFC title challenger Wes Swofford.
The 28-year-old Camozzi captured PFC gold with his submission win over Kimball. The win snapped a four-fight skid that saw his UFC tenure come to an end for a second time.
Swofford, meanwhile, stepped into the PFC cage for the first time on the heels of a 50-second knockout of well-traveled veteran Tony Lopez in November. The Californian had stopped nine of his 10 career wins via strikes.
The event, which also featured a performance by Everlast, kicked off at 7 p.m. MT.
Tony Sims def. Jay Sandvig by TKO (doctor’s stoppage). Round 3, 0:01 – for lightweight title
Cody Mumma def. Brock Combs by TKO (punches). Round 2, 2:48
Jonathon Wyderko def. Skyler Donner by TKO (strikes). Round 1, 3:10
Anthony Harvey def. Christopher Morgan by judges’ decision (fight scored a draw) – for amateur light heavyweight title
Nicco Montano def. Gigi Good by submission (rear-naked choke). Round 1, 2:55 – for amateur women’s bantamweight title
Cory Sandhagen def. Jorge Dominguez by unanimous decision – for amateur bantamweight title
Audrey Perkins def. Brittany Boone by submission (armbar). Round 1, 2:51 (a)
Kyle Renton def. Jonathan Coxe by knockout (punches). Round 1, 2:17 (a)
Travell Erwin def. Joey Chase by TKO (strikes). Round 3, 2:24 (a)
Mallory Martin def. Grace Cleveland by submission (armbar). Round 2, 1:44 (a)
Travis Vold def. Joe Labriola by unanimous decision (a)
(a) – denotes amateur contest