St. Louis, MO: Jesse Finney and the Shamrock Fighting Championships crew have done it once again. Bringing another loaded card to River City Casino Friday May 10th for Shamrock 318. Headlining the card will be Ty Flores (6-2) who will look to run his win strike to five. The heavy handed yet slick on the ground Flores has finished three of his last four by finish via the rear naked choke. He will be taking on Erick Murray (5-2) who will be in the Shamrock cage for a second time and will look for a second win under the banner.
The Co Main Event will feature two fun to watch Bantamweights as Dustin Lampros (3-0) will do battle with Colton Minster (pro debut). Lampros has finished all three of his opponents in the first round due to strikes and will look to make it four in a row since turning pro. Minster will look to notch is first win as a pro. Fans should look for a fast paced and fun to watch slugfest from these two.
Middleweights will clash as Shaun Scott (2-2) will be taking on Derek Holly (3-2). Scott will look to bounce back after taking a heartbreaking decision loss to Adam Osmoe at Shamrock 301. With a little over a year away from the cage look for Scott to be the best Shamrock fans have seen to date. Holly will look to run his win streak to three as he visits the Shamrock cage for the first time.
Lightweights Derik Scott (1-0) and Antonio Atkins (0-1) will do battle. Scott will step into the Shamrock cage for the eighth time dating back to his amateur career. Scott who finished second in NBC’s Titan Games will be getting back in the cage for the first time in over a year. Atkins will look for his first win since turning pro in 2018.
What could be the sleeper fight of the night will spotlight Travon Crawford (1-2) throwing down with Dan Busch (2-1). Crawford the Danger Room product will look to right the ship and into the win column under the Shamrock banner. Busch who hasn’t fought in nearly two years may have to knock off a little cage rust but looks for his second win in the Shamrock cage. With these two warriors don’t blink as both have knockout power.
Featherweights will open the pro portion of the card as David Evans (pro debut) is pitted against Sergio Robles (0-2). Evans who went 12-6 as an amateur but will be under some bright lights as he steps into the Shamrock cage for the fifth time but this time as a professional. Robles will look to break through and get his first win as a pro. Sure be a fun one with both combatants having something to prove.
The amateur portion of the card will feature Murdobek Choriev (5-0} and Peter Keepers (5-0). The records say it all for these two Welterweights. Choriev has finishes in all five of his wins two by knockout and three by submission making him a pick your poison type of fighter. Keepers is coming off a TKO victory is his last outing. Much like Choriev he’s a pick your poison type as well having two submission victories and three by way of knockout. This one is sure to have the Shamrock faithful on their feet throughout the match up.
Lightweights Tim Eschenfelder (5-1) and Irfan Mulabitinovic (5-1) will go to war. Eschenfelder has reeled off five straight wins and will be looking to make it six in this contest. Mulabitinovic is streaking as well winning his last three and looks to make it four. A win streak will have to come to end in this one.
Kickboxing will also be on the amateur card as well. One match up that is sure to be as Jim Ross would say a slobber knocker between veterans Jason Brown and Chuckie Brooks. This one is another sleeper fight of the night type. Brown has dynamic striking and quickness and Brooks has great power and cuts angles well. See the full card below. If you can’t make it to River City Casino on Friday, you can catch all the heavy hitting action at Shamrock 318 live on flocombat.com
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