Joshua Morrison/News In the first fight of the night, Mansfield’s Kayla Kipp defeated Mount Vernon’s Kelly’s Wisecarver in 86 seconds with a TKO by strikes. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Welterweight Jake Justice is about to slam Mount Vernon’s Lee Mullins during their fight. Mullins was defeated by TKO by strikes. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Kyle Cremeans launches into a “superman” punch in his fight against Curtis Thacker. Thacker was knocked out in 48 seconds in the first round. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Rocky Clark flipped himself out of a hold during his fight with Mike Furnier. Their fight went to three rounds and Clark won in a unanimous decision. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Kyle Horner won his second fight in 36 seconds in the first round against Robert Rodgers. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Corey Schooley was able to avoid Tyler Tower’s punch during their fight. Schooley was able to win when Tower was unable to answer the bell in the second round. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Jeremie Elkins lands a left jab on Aaron Garrett in their fight. Garrett would win in 36 seconds by TKO by strikes. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Brandon Odom blocks a punch from Jeff Dotson in their fight. Odom was able to use an armbar in the third round to get Dotson to submit. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Aaron Neighbors lifts Chris McKinney off the mat during their fight. Chris McKinney defeated Aaron Neighbors 87 seconds of Round 1 by submission. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News In the final fight of the night, Branden Myers, left, avoids a punch from Nick Stuff. Mount Gilead’s Nick Stuff defeated Peru, Indiana’s Branden Myers in the second round by TKO strikes. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Corry Boyd, left, squares off with Jahci Lyles in the first heavyweight fight of Saturday’s Extreme Adrenaline Championship VI in Fredericktown. Lyles took the victory in 66 seconds by TKO by strikes. Purchase
Joshua Morrison/News Jason Rine, left, uses his left leg to kick Beau Driggs during their bout at Saturday’s Extreme Adrenaline Championship VI in Fredericktown. Rine was able to get Driggs into a guillotine submission to win. Purchase
FREDERICKTOWN — There was about as much action as one cage could hold on fight night Saturday in Fredericktown. Extreme Adrenaline Championships VI was packed with 14 fights on a card that included some local winners and a successful heavyweight title defense. The boisterous crowd, estimated to be at least 1,000 strong, flocked to the gymnasium at the old Fredericktown High School, and they were not disappointed.
Seven of the fighters were from the area, including Jason Rine of Fredericktown, who was patient and methodical, using the skills of a wrestler to gain an early third round victory over Beau Driggs in a matchup of 145 pounders.
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