Brewster wins in pro debut; Sanchez, Allen score quick knockouts on CES MMA 36 prelims

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (June 10th, 2016) – Making his professional debut on the preliminary card of “CES MMA 36,” Providence bantamweight Marquise Brewster stole the show Friday with a clean sweep, unanimous decision win over Vladimir Kazbekov at Twin River Casino.

Channeling his inner Muhammad Ali in honor of the late, great boxing champion, Brewster (1-0) Ali-shuffled his way to an impressive win, using Ali-like footwork to dominate the striking and setting the tone with takedowns in each of the first two rounds.

Brewester debuted Friday after fighting his amateur finale at “CES MMA 35” in Massachusetts, earning himself a promotional agreement with CES MMA following a win over Carmelo Dominguez.

Welterweight Bobby Flynn (6-3) of Mashpee, Mass., fought tooth and nail with Queens vet Kevin Horowitz (6-6), narrowly winning by split decision, 29-28, 28-29, 30-27. Flynn used his reach advantage to create distance in the opening round and peppered Horowitz with strikes, including a well-executed spinning back kick, but Horowitz scored takedowns in the second and third, though he was unable to get the win on the cards.

Also on the preliminary card, Long Island featherweight Thomas English (6-6) slugged his way to a 30-27, 30-27, 29-28 unanimous decision win over CES MMA vet James Grant Murrin (3-5) of Boston. English stunned Murrin early in the opening round with unanswered strikes, but Murrin regained his composure along the cage and nearly stole the second round with a late takedown. English stayed on his feet in the third and used his superior striking to clinch the win, his first with CES MMA in three tries.

Providence middleweight Hector Sanchez (3-13, 2 KOs), who is tied for the fastest knockout in CES MMA history with an eight-second stoppage overDave Maggiore in 2012, earned another quick victory Friday, knockout out fellow Providence nativeKurt Parisi (0-1) 30 seconds into the opening round in Parisi’s pro debut. Sanchez scored a quick takedown shortly after the opening bell and pummeled Parisi with a series of elbows, forcing Miragliotta to stop the bout.

Not to be outdone, Mansfield, Ohio heavyweightMarquis Allen (1-0, 1 KO) made quick work of his opponent, Dan Randall of Granby, Mass., knocking out Randall with a huge overhand right just 16 seconds into the opening round of their scheduled three-round bout.

Following five preliminary bouts, the “CES MMA 36” main card began at 9 p.m. ET live on AXS TV Fights.

Photo Credit: CES MMA


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