Armageddon Fighting Championship 6 results and recap for 'Conviction' on June 18


Armageddon Fighting Championship (AFC) 6: "Conviction" took place last night (June 18, 2011) from the Bear Mountain Arena in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

The nine-fight card featured the return of jiu-jitsu phenom Robert Drysdale for just his third professional mixed martial arts contest against UFC veteran Mike Nickels.

And no different than his first two bouts, Drysdale worked his world-famous grappling game to earn a third consecutive submission victory, this one by way of guillotine choke.

Also in action on the card was infamous Octagon outcast Kalib Starnes, who went up against another former UFC employee in John Salter.

The two locked up for the promotions middleweight title in the main event of the evening and it was Salter that came away with gold, while Starnes picked up his second loss in as many fights.

Complete AFC 6 results (via Sherdog), along with video of Drysdale's impressive submission win, after the jump:

Tristan Connelly def. Upneet Rai via submission (rear-naked choke) in round 1
Karl Bergen def. Bill Fraser via unanimous decision
Dan Ring def. Chris Jones via unanimous decision
Ryan Janes def. Duncan Wilson via submission (rear-naked choke) in round one
Paul Cheng def. Adam Querido via unanimous decision
Baz Cunningham def. Corey Gower via unanimous decision
Derek Medler def. Jaret Evans via TKO (punches) in round 2
Robert Drysdale def. Mike Nickels via submission (guillotine) in round 1
John Salter def. Kalib Starnes via TKO (punches) - round 2

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