MFC 28 results and recap for 'Supremacy' on Feb. 25


Maximum Fighting Championships 28: "Supremacy" took place last night from the River Cree Casino in Edmonton, Alberta.

The eight-bout card was short on fights, but long on entertainment with the crowning of a new light heavyweight champion, Ryan Jimmo, who brutally stopped Dwayne Lewis in the third round when the ringside doctors determined Lewis was too beat up to continue.

Turns out, he suffered a broken orbital bone. Ouch.

Antonio McKee was originally set to defend his lightweight title on the card, but suffered a knee injury and was forced to withdraw from his bout against a debuting Drew Fickett. His replacement, Matt Veach, filled in on super short notice.

And as quick as it took for Veach to accept the fight, it ended just as quick thanks to a fight-ending armbar in just 36 seconds that forced him to tap.

But that's not all.

Complete MFC 28 results after the jump (via Sherdog):

Ryan Jimmo def. Dwayne Lewis via TKO (doctor stoppage) in round 3
Drew Fickett def. Matt Veach via submission (armbar) in round 1
Richie Whitson def. Curtis Demarce via split decision
Thomas Denny and Sheldon Westcott fought to a draw
Emanuel Newton def. Rodney Wallace via submission (rear naked choke) in round 2
Tyrone Glover def. Robert Washington via split decision
Dan Ring def. Garrett Nybakken via submission (rear naked choke) in round 2
Brendan Kornberger def. Paapa Inkumsah via unanimous decision

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