iKON 4 MMA RESULTS: Legend’s daughter Bella Mir registers first submission victory
SAN CARLOS, Sonora, Mexico — iKON Fighting Federation’s final event of 2020, fourth in its inaugural season, was highlighted last night by 17-year-old Bella Mir (2-0-0) in the iKON 4 main event, at Marinaterra Hotel & Spa Event Center in San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico.
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Mir, who has both of her pro wins in iKON competition, is the daughter of MMA living legend Frank Mir. Fighting out of Las Vegas, Mir quickly locked in a rear naked choke on pro-debiting Alma Cespedes to close the show for an opening-round victory.
In the co-featured event, 21-year-old Mexican lightweight Daniel “Golden Boy” Zellhuber (10-0-0) kept his perfect pro record intact, stopping his toughest test to date, Alexander “Raptor” Barahona (13-4-0), on punches midway through round one.
Paraguayan lightweight prospect Alex Martinez (7-0-0) also remained undefeated, by using a guillotine choke to submit Christopher “Anaconda” Ramirez (7-3-0) in the first round.
Aussie featherweight Issac Thomson (1-0-0), only 18, turned in a powerful pro debut, punching out 19-year-old Luis Gerardo “Tote” Garcia (1-1-0) in the second round.
Mexican bantamweight Carlos “El Lobo” Rivera (13-4-0) won a unanimous decision over Carlos “Marley” Marquez (6-6-0), late replacement Kayla “K-Rock” Hracho (3-2-0) recorded a third-round technical knockout win on strikes, and bantamweight Everardo “Joaho” Ruiz Valdez (3-2-0) picked up a win when pro-debuting Alfredo “El Jr.” Arreola was unable to continue after the first round due to an injury.
Complete results below:
MAIN EVENT -FEMALE FEATHERWEIGHTS
Bella Mir (2-0-0, iKON: 2-0-0) Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
WSUB1 (Rear Naked Choke – 1:53)
Alma Cespedes (0-1-0, iKON: 0-1-0), Puebla, Puebla, Sonora, México
CO-FEATURE – LIGHTWEIGHTS
Daniel Zellhuber (10-0-0, iKON: 1-0-0)), México City, México
WTKO1 (Punches – 2:17)
Alexander Barahona (13-4-0, iKON: 0-1-0), México City, México
Alex Martinez (7-0-0. iKON: 1-0-0), Asuncion, Paraguay
WSUB1 (Guillotine Choke – 1:40)
Christopher Ramirez (7-3-0), Tijuana, México
Issac Thompson (1-0-0, iKON: 1-0-0), Queensland, Australia
WTKO2 (Punches – 2:40)
Luis Gergardo Garcia (1-1-0, iKON 1-1-0), Guaymas, Sonora, México
Carlos Rivera (13-3-0, iKON: 1-0-0)), México City, México
WDEC3 (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
Carlos Marquez (6-6-0, iKON: 0-1-0), Zacatecas, Zacatecas, México
Everado Ruiz Valdez (3-2-0, iKON: 0-1-0), Guaymas, Sonora, México
WTKO1 (Injury – 5:00)
Alfredo Arreola (0-1-0, iKON: 0-1-0), Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, México
FEMALE STRAWWEIGHTS (3 X 5)
Kayla Hracho (3-2-0, iKON: 2-0-0), West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
WTKO3 (Punches – 2:50)
Carolyn Hinojosa (0-1-0, iKON: 0-1-0), México City, México
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