Javier Ramirez Roa defeats Menahen Luna by UD

    Vincent Zavala defeats Henry Lopez at 0:52 of RD by TKO (strikes)

    Aaron Warnke defeats Corey Cordiero by RNC at 1:32 of RD 1

    Steven Bolinger defeats James Rodriguez by arm triangle at 1:13 of RD 1

    Cody Goodes defeats James Miller by KO at 0:11 of RD 1

    Juan Campos defeats Jimmy Ang by RNC at 1:47 of RD 3

    Eugene Cancino defeats Carlos Hernandez by UD

    Archie Tovar defeats James Spear by DQ due to illegal knee to the head at 1:45 of RD 1

    Art Hernandez defeats Hugo Lujan by split decision and still the 559fights WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION!

    Garrett Marks defeats Jesse James by triangle choke at 0:59 of RD 2 and is your NEW 559FIGHTS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION!

  • James, Hernandez look to defend 559 Fights straps

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    FRESNO, Calif. – A pair of 559 Fights amateur mixed martial arts champions will make their return to the cage on Friday, April 4 in Fresno at the Fresno Convention Center.
    Middleweight title-holder Jesse James of Fresno headlines the 13-bout card in his first title defense against Fresno’s Garrett Marks (2-0)
    “James is one of the most talented competitors in the state right,” said 559 Fights president Jeremy Luchau. “He’s not only the 559 Fights champion at 185 pounds, but also ranked No. 1 in the state and winner of last year’s state tournament. It’s an honor to have a guy like that representing your promotion.”
    559 Fights tickets start at just $20 and can be purchased at the Fresno Convention Center Box Office or online at www.559fights.com. VIP Table and Front Row packages are also available, call 559-813-0307 for more information.
    Doors open at 6 p.m. and the first fight is at 7.
    James (5-0) captured the 559 Fights crown in February with a first-round, submission victory over Las Vegas’ Michael Perez.
    In the co-main event, 559 Fights Welterweight champion Art Hernandez defends his title for the first time against Soledad’s Hugo Lujan (4-2).
    Hernandez captured 559 Fights gold in December with a technical knockout win over Madera’s Chris Huerta.
    “Hernandez is won of the classiest fighters we have on our roster,” Luchau said. “He’s a guy that takes competing very seriously, both inside and outside of the cage. I couldn’t ask for a better champion.”
    559 Fights is one of the top amateur MMA promotions in the state of California, producing 25 events in the last two years in cities throughout Central California. The Fresno Convention Center is hosting an event for the third time.
    “We’ve found a great home in downtown Fresno at the Convention Center. Working with their staff has been one of the best experiences for our company,” Luchau said. “They’ve really dedicated themselves to bringing quality events to downtown Fresno and we are really excited to be part of that process.”
    Fresno featherweight James Spear (5-6-1) also makes his return to the cage in Fresno with a showdown with Lemoore’s Andrew Skyers (2-4).
    “Spear is one of the most exciting fighters in the Central Valley,” Luchau said.
    Also, rising featherweight Archie Tovar (3-0) of Fresno takes on Visalia’s Eric Diaz (3-3) and Fresno flyweight Eugene Cancino (2-0) battles Fresno’s Carlos Hernandez (3-2).
    In other bouts;
    -Hanford featherweight Ricardo Vasquez (2-4) vs. Fresno’s Jimmy Ang (2-3).
    -Porterville middleweight James Miller (0-0) vs. Visalia’s Cody Goodes (1-0).
    -Tulare flyweight Chance Warnock (1-2) vs. Sanger’s David Catano (2-2).
    -Fresno lightweight Steven Bolinger (0-0) vs. Reedley’s James Rodriguez (0-0).
    -Visalia bantamweight Aaron Warnke (0-0) vs. Fresno’s Bryant Franklin (0-0).
    -Porterville super heavyweight Vincent Zavala (0-0) vs. Salinas’ Henry Lopez (0-1).
    -Visalia cruiserweight Menahen Luna (0-0) vs. Selma’s Javier Ramirez Roa (0-0).


    Khrys Daniel defeats Aaron Warnke by split decision

    Fabian Luevano defeats Joshua Brandon at 0:25 of Rd2 by doctor stoppage due to injury (shoulder)

    Ryan Robles defeats Jonathan DeLeon by UD

    Anthony Torres defeats Max Nunez by RNC at 1:28 of RD 1

    Idris Wasi defeats Robert Vildosola by triangle choke at 1:54 of RD 1

    Juan Diaz defeats Jeremy Gaibay by triangle choke / armbar at 1:11 of RD 3

    Josh Powell defeats Renardo Palmer by TKO (strikes) at 1:29 of RD 1 and is crown the new 559fights Heavyweight Champion

    Manuel Ruiz defeats Jorge Lima by UD and is still The 559fights Flyweight Champion!


    Juan Campos defeats Johnny Lopez by RNC at 1:41 of RD 1

    Jonathan Deleon defeats Michael Runningwind by TKO (strikes) at 0:36 of RD 2

    Juilo Garcia defeats Cody Sons by DQ (illegal blows to the back of the head) at 0:42 of RD 2

    Eric Diaz defeats Ernesto Zamano by UD

    Paul Porter defeats Daniel Hernandez by UD

    Eugene Cancino defeats Chance Warnock by TKO(strikes) at 0:57 of RD 2

    Jesse Ledezma defeats Roger Gonzalez by RNC at 1:22 of RD 1

    Archie Tovar defeats Andrew Johnson by split decision

    Justine Estrada defeats Yvette Ontiveros by TKO (strikes) at 1:36 of RD 1

    Armando Perez defeats Sandor Escobar by UD

    Jesse James defeats Michael Perez by arm bar at 0:55 of RD 1 and is the NEW 559FIGHTS MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMP

    Myles Shaw defeats Leo Cantu by UD and is the NEW 559FIGHTS CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMP

  • Top ranked cruiserweights clash for 559 Fights strap

    FRESNO, Calif. – Two of the top ranked cruiserweights in the state will square off Saturday at Valdez Hall in Fresno at 559 Fights 22.
    Kerman’s No. 3 ranked Leo Cantu puts his 559 Fights Cruiserweight Title on the line against No. 1 ranked Myles Shaw of Modesto.
    “This is a fight that we’ve been interested in hosting for some time now,” 559 Fights President Jeremy Luchau said. “These guys squared off in 2012 with Shaw winning a decision on the regional finals. Both guys have been mainstays in the state tournament and two of the more consistent fighters in the state.”
    Cantu (8-2-1) defeated Hanford’s Wilbert Rogers in December to claim the 559 Fights strap. Meanwhile, Shaw (8-2) was busy the same month winning the California State Amateur Title.
    The pair now headline a 14-bout amateur mixed martial arts card that features some of the Central Valley’s top talent.
    Doors open at 6 p.m. and fights start at 7.
    Tickets start at just $20 and can be purchased at the Fresno Convention Center Box Office or at www.559fights.com.
    “This is another solid fight card for 559 Fights and features three big-time title fights,” Luchau said.
    In the co-main event, Fresno’s Art Hernandez (8-3) defends his Welterweight title against Oakland’s Karl Mitchell (6-7) and Fresno’s Jesse James (4-0) takes on Las Vegas’ Michael Perez (6-4) for the vacant Middleweight crown.
    “Hernandez has been a guy that’s fought often for 559 Fights and has always been a pleasure to work with. We are really looking forward to this fight to see where Hernandez stands in the state-wide ranking,” Luchau said. “James is coming off a state-championship performance in the tournament and takes on one of Las Vegas’ tough guys. This should also be an interesting fight.”
    559 Fights will also showcase a lightweight showdown between Visalia’s Sandor Escobar (8-3) and Visalia’s Armando Perez (3-1) and a women’s showdown between Delano’s Yvette Ontiveros (0-0) against Modesto’s Justine Estrada (1-1).
    Weighins will take place on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at The Spike and Rail in Selma. Weighins are open to the public.
    In other bouts;
    -Fresno featherweight Andrew Johnson (2-1) vs. Selma’s Archie Tovar (2-0).
    -Fresno featherweight Roger Gonzalez (1-1) vs. Farmersville’s Jesse Ledesma (1-1).
    -Fresno flyweight Eugene Cancino (1-0) vs. Fresno’s Ricardo Sanchez (2-0).
    -Fresno cruiserweight Paul Porter (1-3) vs. Hanford’s Daniel Hernandez (2-3).
    -Tulare lightweight Eric Diaz (2-3) vs. Delano’s Ernesto Zamano (1-6).
    -Bakersfield middleweight Cody Sons (3-3) vs. Kingsburg’s Julio Garcia (1-1).
    -Turlock featherweight Cory Smith (0-0) vs. Tulare’s Jeremy Garibay (0-1).
    -Visalia lightweight Jonathan DeLeon (1-1) vs. Oakland’s Juan Elias (0-0).
    -Farmersville featherweight Juan Campos (0-1) vs. Modesto’s Johnny Lopez (0-0).