Shamrock FC 307 came live to FloCombat Saturday, July 14, bringing plenty of wild finishes with it. Here's what went down.
Shamrock FC celebrated a special accomplishment Saturday evening. With Shamrock FC 307, the promotion marked 20 years in existence, making it the longest-running unsold MMA promotion on earth.
And the event showed exactly why Shamrock FC has been able to survive and thrive time and again .
The main event fell apart Friday after Dawond Pickney fell ill cutting weight, Dustin Ventimiglia's opponent never showed up to the venue on fight night, but Shamrock FC rolled strong, bringing nonstop action live to fans across the globe.
At the event, Evan Elder established himself as the future, submitting Brad Ragan with a slick armbar in the first round of their co-main event.
Elder, who has only lost to TUF 27 competitor and UFC vet Luis Pena—AKA Violent Bob Ross—did work, immediately controlling the action and pouring on the pressure from the opening bell.
He needed only a slight opening to take home the arm, and the tap quickly followed.
Also on the card, Dan Herina and Josh Jessie engaged in a Fight of the Night-contender kickboxing bout, Shaun Briggs went full WWE, and plenty more chaos ensued. Stay tuned to FloCombat.com for the full event replay.
You're going to want to see this one. Trust us.
Full Shamrock FC 307 Results
Josh Weston def. Sal Woods via unanimous decision
Evan Elder def. Brad Ragan via submission (armbar), Round 1 (wins Shamrock FC amateur lightweight title)
Nathan Whited vs. Gaston Marraboto via TKO, Round 1
David Jackstadt def. Anthony Oden via TKO, Round 1
Patrick Kead def. Mark Perkins via unanimous decision
Shaun Briggs def. Adam Dixon via TKO, Round 1
Jake Richards def. John Kelly via unanimous decision
Dan Herina def. Josh Jessie via unanimous decision
Jimmy D’Angelo def. Nikk Willyard via TKO, Round 1
Jesse Martinelli def. Devin Bobby via submission (rear-naked choke), Round 1
Jessica Smith def. Tiffany Axton via unanimous decision
Dustin Brown def. Travis Taylor via TKO, Round 2
Toshi Miyatsu def. Chris Peterson via unanimous decision