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Truefan 06-01-2007 11:18 PM

TKO 29 results Bosse and Mirasty fought
 
Adrian Wooley def. Guillaume Lamarche by TKO at 1:58 of the 3rd round


Marcus Celestin def. Brett Pierson by Submission (Kimura) at 2:22 of the 1st round


Syd Barnier def. Eric Leclerc by TKO at 0:15 of the 2nd round


Stephane Dube def. David Medd by TKO at 2:28 of the 1st round


Sebastien Gauthier def. Jon Mirasty at 4:10 of the 1st round


Yves Lemelin def. Steve Pouliot by Split decision (28-29 / 29-28 / 30-27)


Sarah Kaufman def. Valerie Letourneau by TKO at 1:36 of the 2nd round


Martin Grandmont def. Tyler Jackson bu Unanimous decision (29-27 / 30-26 / 30-27)


Steve Bosse def. David Fraser by TKO at 2:33 of the 1st round


Jonathan Goulet def. Travis Axworthy by TKO at 0 : 08 of the 1st round

Patrick Coté def. Jason Day by TKO at 4:05 of the 1st round

http://www.ultimefanatic.com/modules/news/

tyfighter27 06-02-2007 12:01 AM

howd mirasty lose?

Truefan 06-02-2007 12:04 AM

I have no ideal it didn't list it seeing how it didn't list tko or submission maybe he gassed or got injured?

swhite 06-03-2007 10:54 AM

Mirasty got TKO'd.

Odjick29 06-03-2007 01:36 PM

Good to see Cote win, I want him to find that 'predator' instinct he seemed to have lost and eventually make it back to the UFC...maybe a Leben vs Cote rematch

nasty 06-03-2007 03:16 PM

recap..
 
from 1 of the MMA sites...

SEBASTIEN GAUTHIER DEF. JOHN MIRASTY BY TKO AT 4:10 OF ROUND ONE

Gaultier and the popular hockey enforcer, Mirasty, engaged in what can only be described as a slug fest. Gaultier showed that he was clearly the superior martial artist and had the better conditioning. He won by TKO at 4:10 of round one and proceeded to call out Steve Bosse in his post fight speech, which received a chorus of boos from the crowd.

nasty 06-03-2007 03:17 PM

Quebec hockey enforcer pummels heavyweight in mixed martial arts debut
 
Quebec hockey enforcer pummels heavyweight in mixed martial arts debut
Fri Jun 1, 2007



By Andy Blatchford



MONTREAL (CP) - Steve (The Boss) Bosse found another arena where he can pound the competition into submission.


This time he didn't even have to lace up his skates.


In his mixed martial arts debut, the six-foot, 230-pound hockey enforcer disposed of heavyweight David Fraser like one of his on-ice victims Friday night in Montreal.


Bosse, a winger with the St-Jean Summum Chiefs of the North American Hockey League - not to be confused by the U.S. junior league of the same name - electrified the Bell Centre crowd during TKO 29: Repercussion.


The St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., native, one of the most feared players in the Quebec hockey league, finished off Fraser with a combination of punches at 2:02 of the first round.


From his entrance to his decisive victory, Bosse stirred a deafening roar from the more than 7,700 people in attendance. The crowd jumped to its feet when the referee ended the fight, giving him a TKO victory.


Fans of the minor league hockey circuit, which has a reputation for drawing blood, routinely pack arenas to watch Bosse hit the ice and throw haymakers.


He didn't disappoint those who thought he would bring the same fire to the caged ring. Bosse tried to swing away at the 0-3 Fraser from the opening bell, but the combatants locked up for most of the battle, which never made it to the floor.


Then, the 25-year-old broke free and connected.


After the win, the Mohawked pugilist paid homage to his St-Jean teammates by tapping the Chiefs logo, printed on his shorts.





Fight night in Montreal also staged another first for a hockey goon - one Bosse is well-acquainted with. Bosse's on-ice bareknuckle rival Jon (Nasty) Mirasty, an enforcer with the Mission de Sorel-Tracy, squared off against Sebastien (Iron Leg) Gauthier. However, Mirasty didn't fare as well in his MMA fighting debut.


The five-foot-eight, 215-pounder from Meadow Lake, Sask., lost by TKO 4:10 into the first round.

Mirasty, who went toe-to-toe with Bosse on several occasions this season, absorbed a flurry of punches to his head early in the bout while Gauthier pinned him to the mat.

In a surge of strength, Mirasty pushed Gauthier to the side and scrambled to his feet. But his adversary from Chicoutimi, Que., connected with a kick to the back of his head and started swinging. The stocky Mirasty, 24, stumbled and the referee stopped the heavyweight bout.

DaveBrown69 06-04-2007 11:59 PM

Thanks for posting the details!:cool:

refightfan 06-07-2007 08:04 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBK7uXBIBVg

Heres Bosse's fight he really ****ed this guy up and showed some good MMA skills but you could see his hockey fight back round as well.

Odjick29 06-07-2007 08:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by refightfan (Post 1039650)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBK7uXBIBVg

Heres Bosse's fight he really ****ed this guy up and showed some good MMA skills but you could see his hockey fight back round as well.

He looked very raw, he would get killed against a good fighter...he was only using one arm when he had ample opportunities to throw a left hook

Rugged 06-07-2007 11:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Odjick29 (Post 1039682)
He looked very raw, he would get killed against a good fighter...he was only using one arm when he had ample opportunities to throw a left hook

I thought Bosse looked really good in his first MMA fight, especially how he kept his left hand on Fraser's right leg in the beginning of the round to keep him from throwing knees. I was impressed.

He may have a future in MMA.

DaveBrown69 06-08-2007 10:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by refightfan (Post 1039650)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBK7uXBIBVg

Heres Bosse's fight he really ****ed this guy up and showed some good MMA skills but you could see his hockey fight back round as well.

Thanks for the link. ;)

FurnaceFace 01-08-2013 12:48 AM

jon mirasty fight
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VGH...endscreen&NR=1


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