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RoundKick Rumble VIII
"The Cold Wars"
Saturday, January 13, 2006
The National Guard Armory, Carroll IA

Fight Lineup Hotel Information Venue Directions
Ticket Information Seating Chart Event Results
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Seating Chart


This venue will only hold approx. 400, and the last time it was very near sold out, so get your tickets early!
Tables are going fast! If you want a table, do NOT wait until the last week!  Waitresses will also be available at the tables.

 NO RINGSIDE TABLES LEFT!  Some General Admission left.
If enough want a table instead of a chair, I can add another row of tables once the first row is sold out.
 

Ticket Information

Tickets on Sale at PSDA
516 N. Adams, Old Alley Mall in Downtown Carroll
Phone: 712.792.8178 or 866.366.PSDA

Advance pricing good through evening of January 12.
General Admission:  $20 at the door, $15 in Advance
Ringside Table Seat:  $35 at the door, $30 in Advance
 
Ringside Table for 8: SAVE! $200.00/8 seats   **Advance Purchase Only 
Purchase a table for you and your friends!

Scroll down to register for a free pair of tickets!
or Stop by GNC in the Kmart Plaza and register there!

You still have one more chance to WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS!
Stop by GNC in the Kmart Plaza and register for a FREE pair of tickets!!
GNC Winner is:

The names that were drawn through the ticket give away online were: 
1 Pair to *Mandy Sims*

1 Pair to *Sarah Meister*

Please contact us for additional information.

 

Venue Directions

National Guard Armory
1712 Le Clark Road, Carroll
The Armory sits on the far west edge of Carroll on Hwy 30. Lou Walsh Motors is just east and Bombgaars is just across the street.

Hotel Information
This hotel has a pool and restaurant on site.
Carrollton Inn  712.792.5600
address: 1730 Hwy 71 N

www.carrolltoninn.com
This hotel is the least expensive and fairly new.
The Burke Inn  712.792.5156
address: 1225 Plaza Drive

Next Door to Bloomers Sports Bar & Grill

Super 8 North  712.792.4753
address: 1757 Hwy 71 N
This hotel has a pool and sports bar next door.
Super 8 East  712.792.6666
address: 701 Bella Vista Dr

Next Door to Bloomers Sports Bar & Grill
Weigh ins will be at PSDA.
address: 516 N. Adams St, Ste 131 , Old Alley Mall, Carroll IA 51401
Ph: 712-792-8178
Fighters, check with your trainer for times.
Click her for interactive map from PSDA to National Guard Armory
It also shows directions from The Burke Inn.
Fight Line up
Fighter 1 Weight Class/Rules Fighter 2
This is not the final lineup! Bout pairings and/or order could change!
* Jeff Cunningham and Cory Schmidgall were paired to fight on this event but have had to withdraw due to injuries sustained in training.
We hope to have them healed and ready to go for the May event in Carroll.

Tom Butler
Gym: True Believers, Matoon IL
Trainer: Dirk Anderson
Muay Thai Rules
Tim "Stuntman" Martin
Team Toro, Chicago IL
Trainer: Ricardo Perez

Randy Bartels
Team RoundKick-Carroll
Trainer: Pete Peterson
International Rules 

John Falewitch
Mid America Martial Arts
Omaha NE



Matt Thomas
Team RoundKick-Des Moines
Trainer: Ryan Clark & Pete Peterson
Muay Thai Rules
Matt Bujalski
Team Toro, Chicago IL
Trainer: Ricardo Perez

Kourtney McCarty
Miami Florida
The Oxygen Channel's
"Fight Girls" Cast Member
Muay Thai Rules


Watch these two ladies go
toe to toe and fist to fist!


Ashly "Crash" Altman
Alliance Martial Arts, Atlanta, GA
WAKO US Open Lightweight Champion


Bryce Wuebker
Junior Team RoundKick-Carroll
Trainer: Pete Peterson
Exhibition
7 year old - Jr ThaiBoxing

Danielle Wiederin
Junior Team RoundKick-Carroll
Trainer: Pete Peterson

Josh Atwell
Team RoundKick-Carroll
Trainer: Pete Peterson
Muay Thai Rules
Brian "Lights Out" Robertson
Team Toro, Chicago IL
Trainer: Ricardo Perez

Jason Weipert
Team Singto, Dubuque IA
Trainer: Dean "Lethal Legs" Lessei
Muay Thai Rules
Tori Robinson
Mid America Martial Arts
Omaha NE

Kaitlin Young
Minnesota Martial Arts Academy
Minneapolis MN
Trainer: Greg Nelson
Muay Thai Rules
Kat "T-X" Johnson
Alliance Martial Arts, Atlanta, GA
2006 RoundKick Rumble Muay Thai Classic
Super Welterweight Champion
WAKO World Champion

Clayton Skidmore
Team RoundKick-Des Moines
Trainer: Ryan Clark & Pete Peterson
Muay Thai Rules
Adam Moomaw
Gym: True Believers, Matoon IL
Trainer: Dirk Anderson

Danny Sturm
Team RoundKick-Des Moines
Trainer: Pete Peterson
Muay Thai Rules
Matt Reavis
Mid America Martial Arts
Omaha NE

Andrew Kappel
Minnesota Martial Arts Academy
Minneapolis MN
Trainer: Greg Nelson/Diana Rathborne
Muay Thai Rules
Tommy "Guns" Chuchlewitz
Team Toro, Chicago IL
Trainer: Ricardo Perez

Ben Hauger

MN Kali Group, Minneapolis
Trainer: Rick Faye/Diana Rathborne

Muay Thai Rules


Joe "Love Machine" O'Brien
Team Toro, Chicago IL
Trainer: Ricardo Perez

RoundKick Rumble VIII
The Cold Wars
written by Mike Storm, Event Official, Omaha NE

 We would like to congratulate Pete and Pam Peterson on a FABULOUS fight card on Saturday, January 13, 2007.  It was standing room only at the Carroll, Iowa Armory as 24 fighters displayed explosive skills to a dynamite crowd.                                   

BOUT# 1 
MENíS SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Tom Butler, 0-1, True Believers, Mattoon, IL vs Tim Martin, 1-0, Team Toro, Butte Ridge, IL   

Round 1
The fight opened with both fighters exchanging hooks and then going into a quick, short clinch.  Martin stepped back and delivered a series of leg kicks to Butlerís legs that dropped Butler with a flash knockdown and then proceeded with 2 right cross punches to Butler resulting in a 2nd flash knockdown.  Martin used leg kicks to force clinches and dominated inside with knees. 

Round 2
The round started with an exchange of blows that led to another clinch and a fight for inside control.  Martin was able to spin Butler and Butler responded with a knee to the abs.  After a few more exchanges, both fighters went down.  At the end of the round, Martin threw a high kick that Butler was able to duck under, but as he stood up he received a right punch square in the face.  The round ended with a clinch on the ropes.

Round 3
Martin came out for the final round fired up, but Butler was ready for him.  By the end of the fight both were exhausted, leaning on each other and falling to the mat. 

All three judges scored the bout 27-30 in favor of Martin. 

 

BOUT# 2
MENíS LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT International Rules
Randy Bartels, 0-1, Team RoundKick, Carroll, IA vs John Falewitch, 1-0, Mid-America Martial Arts, Omaha, NE

 The fight began with both fighters feeling out the other with straight left and right punches.  Bartels tried a high kick, but Falewitch was able to block and attack Bartelís supporting leg.  Falewitsh worked Bartels into the corner and caught Bartels with a right punch that put Bartels down for an 8 count. Falewitch came after Bartels with a flurry of punches and kicks, staggering Bartels and knocking Bartels down a second time.  Bartels was shaky but able to rise before the count of 10.  Referee Carlton Duncan determined him unable to continue and stopped the match at 1:17 of the first round.

 The winner by TKO was John Falewitch.

 

BOUT# 3 
MENíS CRUISERWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules

Matt Thomas, 0-1, Team RoundKick, Des Moines, IA vs Matt Bujalski, 1-1, Team Toro, Palos Hills, IL 

Round 1
The smell of Thai oil caused much anticipation in this Muay Thai bout.  The fighters were tall and lean and expected to be fast.  Bujalski started things off with stinging leg kicks.  The crowd was excited when the first clinch showed the power of knees to the abs.  The round slowed down with an exchange of leg kicks, but the inside action continued to be fast and furious with the edge going to Bujalski in the round on the judges scorecards.

Round 2
Thomas began the round with strong kicks to Bujalskiís legs and ribs.  Bujalski was quick to respond with his own kicks and jabs.  The fighters appeared tentative until Bujalski, seemingly out of nowhere, landed a right round kick to Thomasís head.  Referee Carlton Duncan issued the 8 count but didnít allow the fight to continue when Thomas was unable to respond to his questions.  The fight was stopped at :57 seconds into round 2. 

The winner by TKO was Matt Bujalski

 

BOUT# 4
WOMENíS LIGHTWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Kourtney McCarty, 4-1, Family Kickboxing, Miami, FL vs Ashly Altman, 3-5, Alliance Martial Arts, Atlanta, GA

Round 1
The first womenís match up of the night featured two experienced fighters who traveled a long way to meet.  Altman got things going with a kick that McCarty caught and pulled Altman in for a clinch.  The fighters broke and exchanged blows to the head and then again into a clinch.  Altman spun McCarty, but McCarty stayed with her and threw punches that put Altman through the ropes.  McCarty was able to back Altman up after the split with a hand combinations to the head.  The round ended with McCarty hooking to Altmanís body and Altman struck with knees to McCartyís body.

Round 2
In the second round, McCarty again backed Altman up but Altman responded by turning McCarty and kicked her up against the ropes.  McCarty appeared to have the reach advantage and used it when possible.  Altman quickly learned to evade McCartyís long punches.  McCarty was able to trap Altmanís leg and punch/plow eventually kicking out Altmanís support leg.  After Altman jumped back up, she was able to back McCarty to the rope in a clinch.  In the corner, McCarty spun Altman, stepped back and repeatedly punched Altman in the head and face.  Altman was unable to fight back which resulted in a standing 8 count from Referee Carlton Duncan.

Round 3
During the final round, McCarty felt confident and came out strong bloodying Altmanís nose.  However, Altman wasnít about to back down.  McCarty turned up the heat and Altman earned a second standing 8 count.  Altman was tired but pushed McCarty back twice with kicks.  With 10 seconds to go, McCarty sped up her hands to the head and Altman dug deep responding with right crosses. 

All three judges scored the bout 30-25.  Winner by Unanimous Decision was Kourtney McCarty

                                                

BOUT# 5 
JUNIOR EXHIBITION International Rules
Bryce Wuebker, Team RoundKick, Carroll, IA vs  Danielle Wiederin, Team RoundKick, Carroll, IA

Both young warriors provided the crowd with an exciting exhibition of front kicks, round kicks, side kicks spinning backfists and straight lefts and rights in three 90 second rounds which had the crowd on their feet at the end of the match which ended in a Unanimous Draw.

 

BOUT# 6
MENíS SUPER WELTERWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Josh Atwell, 1-1, Team RoundKick, Dedham, IA vs Brian Robertson, 2-1, Team Toro, Naperville, IL

Round 1
Both fighters were aggressive to begin the fight.  Robertson started with leg kicks and followed up with a series of punches.  Atwell responded by punching Robertson in the face, forcing Robertson to backpedal and wrap his arms around Atwell in a clinch.  While in the clinch, Robertson discovered he was the stronger fighter, easily turning Atwell and using the more effective knees to the body giving Robertson the edge in the round.

Round 2
Robertson came out with punching combinations to Atwellís face and then followed up with strong leg kicks and more knees to the body.  Atwell responded with 3 sharp knees to Robertsonís body briefly slowing Robertson.  It was short-lived as Robertson finished the round again appearing to be the stronger fighter in the clinch by moving Atwell around the ring.

Round 3
A tired Atwell came out and ate several straight left and right jabs to the head which were followed by yet another clinch from Robertson.  Robertson, also tired, was unable to control Atwell as easily as he had in the previous rounds.  Atwell was able to back Robertson up with punches to the head and the body.  In the end it was Robertsonís inside fighting that gave him the edge in the fight.  The crowd applauded as both fighters finished with nothing left in the tank. 

All three judges scored the bout 30-27. Winner by Unanimous Decision was Brian Robertson

 

BOUT# 7
MENíS HEAVYWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Jason Weipert, 1-0, Team Singto, Dubuque, IA vs Tory Robinson, 0-1, Mid-America Martial Arts, Omaha, NE

Round 1
Both fighters started the fight determined to get the strength advantage over the other.  Robinson came at Weipert with a flurry of punches that Weipert was able to withstand.  After that, Weipert tried with punches and knees that wouldnít put Robinson down.  Eventually, both fighters settled down to a more strategic match.  

Round 2
Weipert came out of his corner and started throwing kicks to Robinsonís legs that appeared to be hurting Robinson.  Weipert stayed with the leg kicks and backed Robinson into the corner where he started in with punches to the head and knees to the body.  Robinson was unable to get out of the corner and wasnít fighting back causing Referee Terri Storm to step in and give Robinson a standing 8 count.  Weipert was unable to finish Robinson as the round came to an end.

Round 3
Weipert attacked Robinson in the last round and tried to finish what he started in the second round.  He staggered Robinson with several straight left/right combinations but Robinson refused to go down and would not let himself be trapped in the corner.  Both fighters were still standing in the middle of the ring at the final bell.

The judges scored the bout 29-27, 30-26, 30-26.  Winner by Unanimous Decision was Jason Weipert.

  

BOUT# 8 
WOMENíS WELTERWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Katie Young, 1-2, Minnesota Martial Arts, Circles Pines, MN vs Kat Johnson, 6-1, Alliance Martial Arts, Atlanta, GA

Round 1
Johnson started as the aggressor in the round.  She appeared to be the stronger fighter and was busier in the clinch.  Toward the end of the round, Young settled down and began returning the blows she was receiving from Johnson.  It turned out to be a close round with the edge possibly going to Johnson.

Round 2
Johnson was untiring.  She kept moving forward throwing punches and kicks to Youngís body and head.  Young tried to fight back but her attacks appeared to have little effect on the stronger Johnson who continued moving forward with blows of her own.

Round 3
Johnson took her time.  Half way through the round, she backed Young into the corner with six straight rights and then proceeded to work her over with a barrage of body and head shots causing Referee Terri Storm to step in and give Young a standing 8 count.  Johnson then continued her attack, trapping Young once again for a second 8 count.

All three judges scored the bout 30-25.  Winner by Unanimous Decision was Kat Johnson

 

BOUT# 9
MENíS LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Clayton Skidmore, 3-1, Team RoundKick, Des Moines, IA vs Adam Moomaw, 0-1, True Believers, Mattoon, IL 

Round 1
Skidmore started with jabs while Moomaw used leg kicks.  Adrenaline was an obvious factor in the first half of the round.  In the clinch, both fighters brought their knees up high, but neither was able to land a strong knee to the abs.  As the round continued, the fighters settled into their own rhythms and executed more meaningful techniques pushing each other back with kicks and knees. 

Round 2
Moomaw kept his distance and threw round kicks to Skidmoreís leg and side.  Skidmore began engaging in the fight with kicks of his own.  The fighters stayed out of range for most of the round. 

Round 3
The final round was mostly kicks with occasional hand combinations.  Both fighters exchanged kicks and punches throughout the round but neither was able to get the upper hand.  With 10 seconds to go, Skidmore attempted a jumping punch which Moomaw fortunately evaded. The round ended with both fighters kicking each other in a very close fight. 

The judges scored the bout 30-27, 29-28, 29-28 The winner by Unanimous Decision was Clayton Skidmore.

 

BOUT# 10 
MENíS LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Danny Sturm 1-1, Team RoundKick, Des Moines, IA vs Matt Reavis, 1-0, Mid-America Martial Arts, Omaha, NE

Round 1
These two fighters are powerhouses!  What an exciting bout.  Reavis opened with round kicks to the legs and ribs.  Sturm followed with hands which got faster and harder as they went.  The action was back and forth and hard hits with the hands and legs were landing.  Time was stopped due to an accidental low blow by Sturm.  When the fight continued, Sturm executed a jump punch and was ready to follow up but had to stop due to a slip.  In the next exchange, Reavis advanced quickly and Sturm caught Reavis off balance with a kick leading to a flash knockdown.  Another back and forth exchange ensued.

Round 2 
Reavis tried a jump punch, kick and hook but was too far away to land.  Sturm offered some hand combinations before they fell into a clinch and exchanged body shots.  Reavis stepped back and landed a solid round kick to Sturmís ribs and then leg.  Sturm was able to set up 2 jab/cross combinations landing both.  In the final 10 seconds of the round, Reavis turned up the fire and the round ended with Reavisís knee sending Sturm to the corner.

Round 3
In round 3 both were sweating and slipping all over the canvas.  They connected at the same time sending each other to the mat for flash knockdowns.  It was amazing at how well both could give and receive hard shots.  The action slowed as they sized each other up, got tired or perhaps were just being cautious.  Sturm eventually changed the tempo and landed several punches.  Reavis eventually stopped Sturm by forcing a clinch.  Both end up tangled on the mat again.  Reavis quickly got up and fought to gain control to the end.  It turned out to be the fastest and probably the closest fight of the night.

The judges scored the bout 29-28, 28-29, 27-30. Winner by Split Decision was Matt Reavis.

 

BOUT# 11
MENíS HEAVYWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules 
Andrew Kappel, 2-0, Minnesota Kali Group, Minneapolis, MN vs Tommy Chochlewicz, 1-1, Team Toro, Chicago, IL

Round 1
The fighters came out at the bell, touched gloves and Chochlewicz immediately round kicked Kappelís head.  Kappel was able to land a kick and Chochlewicz ended up with a flash knockdown.  In an exchange of long distance kicks, Chochlewicz received an accidental low blow and time was stopped.  When the bout resumed, Chochlewicz kicked first, but Kappel was able to force a slip and then caused his opponent to bounce off the ropes.  Immediately upon Chochlewicz getting upright, Kappel landed a hook.  Chochlewicz moved to the other side of the ring and quickly recovered.  After a short clinch and exchange, the round ended.

Round 2
In round 2, Chochlewicz again got things going, but Kappel was able to slow Chochlewicz down with two successful leg kicks.  Kappel kept marching forward, but Chochlewicz blocked and forced clinches to prevent any solid contact.  The fighters simultaneously landed accidental groin shots and time again had to be stopped.  In the closing seconds of the round, Chochlewicz landed a side kick to Kappelís middle and Kappel gots in a final leg kick.

Round 3
In the final round, Chochlewicz landed solid leg kicks.  Kappel was able to get inside and land several knees to the abs.  After the break, Kappel advanced and Chochlewicz was able to use his long reach to push Kappel back.  Both deflected many of the othersí techniques until Kappel threw a series of kicks and punches that tired Chochlewicz and Chochlewicz fell over and earned an 8 count.

All three judges scored the bout 30-26Winner by Unanimous Decision was Andrew Kappel.

  

BOUT# 12
MENíS SUPER HEAVYWEIGHT Muay Thai Rules
Ben Hauger, 1-2, Minnesota Kali Group, Minneapolis, MN vs Joe OíBrien, 2-1, Team Toro, Chicago, IL 

Round 1
The fight started slow until OíBrien threw a round kick over Haugerís head.  After an exchange of punches and a clinch, both ended up on the mat.  OíBrien forced another clinch and used knees inside.  After the fighters broke, Hauger threw a straight punch landed on OíBrienís head as OíBrien hooked to Haugerís body.  The round ended in a clinch with both using knees.

Round 2
Hauger attacked the legs and OíBrien opened with a 1-2 punch combination.  Hauger threw a round kick that got caught up on OíBrienís shoulder.  OíBrien took advantage of the situation, rushed in and dumped Hauger.  After a short exchange and a short clinch, repeated round kicks left both fightersí sides red.  In the clinch both used the same knee strike.  It looked like someone was fighting a mirror.

Round 3
In the final round of the night, OíBrien threw several hand combinations which Hauger evaded.  In a longer clinch, the fighters battled for position while continually throwing stinging knees.  The fight ended with both swinging with whatever they had left to give.

The judges scored the bout 29-28, 28-29, 28-29.  Winner by Split Decision was Joe OíBrien.