FREDERICKTOWN — Three locals fighters were on the undercard of the Extreme Adrenaline Mixed Martial Arts event held at the Fredericktown Senior Activity Center on Saturday night.

Mount Vernon native Jason Rine was the first to compete, in a amateur featherweight bout at 145 pounds against Beau Spring. Spring was a little too eager in the fight, however, earning disqualification for an eye poke at the 2:18 mark of the third round.

Rine was later honored for having fought in three different weight classes in his first three fights.

Fredericktown’s Tony Shearer was next, taking the ring against Adli Edwards in another amateur featherweight bout. Edwards quickly emerged as the winner, using a guillotine choke hold to force Shearer into submission with just 1:43 off the clock in the first round.

Recent Mount Vernon graduate Kyle Horner made his amateur debut in the welterweight class, 170 pounds. Facing another newcomer in Chris Healy, Horner used his wrestling moves to his advantage, earning a KO after 2:04 of the second round.

In the professional fights, Anthony Morgan used an armbar hold to earn submission against Cameron Ross in just 59 seconds of their 155-pound lightweight match. Alfred Leisure defeated Raymond Yanez in the featherweight bout, earning a KO/TKO at the 2:25 mark of the second round. Finally, in a welterweight fight, Taylor Ruscin earned a unanimous decision over Rocky Edwards after going a full five rounds.

 

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