FCFF’s Best of 2016 List: Fastest KO on the Jan 28 Fight Card

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FCFF's Best of 2016 List: Fastest KO on the Jan 28 Fight Card

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The FCFF names the BEST of 2016, Fastest KO on the January Fight Card  

Portland, OR - The FCFF is Oregon's oldest and most respected MMA organization and since 2009 we've honored each year's best. There are twelve categories in our "Best of 2016" list from "Fighter of the Year," to "Most Improved," to our "2017 Fighter to Watch." This annual list will become part of the FCFF's Fighter Hall of Fame.

 

 

The best part, Fernando Alvarado, who earned the honors of "Fastest Knockout in 2016" is on the January 28th FIGHT CARD for Rumble @ The Roseland 90 - our 15th year anniversary show. Click HERE to see a video that at 25 seconds, Alvarado's KO win is featured. 

 

Please visit our page online to see more information and photos of each honoree:

  • 2016 FCFF Fighter of Year: Cris Williams
  • 2016 Bout of the Year: Ryen Betzhold vs Tristan Lindi
  • FCFF Rookie of the Year: Exie Benitez
  • Most Improved Fighter: Michael Collazo
  • 2017 Fighter-to-Watch: Tunde Arigbon
  • Best Female Fighter of the Year: Makena McCluskey
  • Fastest KO of 2016: 220 Fernando Alvarado def. Kyle Weese – KO at :10 seconds of Rd. 1
  • Best KO of 2016: Zach Moore def. Matt Charaba – KO @ 1:02 of Rd. 3
  • Best Submission of 2016: Aaron Lopez over Brandon Lunny
  • Best Comeback of 2016: Quinten Wyland
  • Best Crowd Following: Gracie Barra
  • Best Intro to the Slammer: Scott Baker (with his two sons) at Rumble 89

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About the FCFF
The FCFF is Oregon's oldest and most respected mixed martial arts promotions company. It's signature event "Rumble @ The Roseland" was established in 2001 at Roseland theater in downtown Portland. The FCFF has grown across the state, hosting events from Pendleton, Oregon to the Coast. Most recently, the FCFF has established the "Battle at the Mountain" series in partnership with Spirit Mountain Casino. The FCFF has been featured countless times across the MMA media landscape including being called the 'golden gloves of MMA' by Inside MMA, a nationally broadcast commentary sports program. In 2014 the FCFF begun hosting professional mma fights in addition to matching up the region's top amateurs in tooth-in-nail battles for the belt.
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