Elmer Waterhen defeated Garett Davis last night in Edmonton, to add the King of the Cage Canadian Welterweight Championship to a resume that also includes the Canadian middleweight crown. The relentless Waterhen secured the title by working his way to a unanimous decision win over the decorated grappler.
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
|House will fight McRann November 16th|
When King of the Cage Canada returns to Edmonton this Friday for its “Standard and Deliver” card, the spotlight will shine not only on decorated veterans like Garett Davis and Elmer Waterhen, but newcomers to the cage like Lynnell House and Sarah McRann. After developing their skills in the gym for several years, both women decided it was time to make their debuts and put their abilities to the test on November 16th. In fact, the 125 pound fighters will do so against one another.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Before Elmer Waterhen begins the tenth year of his professional MMA career, the veteran has a key opportunity right in front of him, as on November 16th he will fight KOTC Canadian Welterweight Champion Garett Davis. If Waterhen wins, then the resilient fighter will hold not one, but two Canadian titles at the same time. Not many fighters can say they’ve accomplished that during their career.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
After returning from a 16 month layoff in 2010, it didn’t take long for Garett Davis to make his presence felt throughout Canadian MMA, as the veteran proceeded to score four more wins and win the KOTC Canadian Welterweight Championship. Unfortunately for the accomplished grappler, however, his run came to an abrupt end in July, 2011, when he was struck by a car while driving his bike. Now, after spending another 18 months on the sidelines, Davis is set to return.
Monday, November 5, 2012
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When Cameron Loutitt steps into the cage on November 16th, at King of the Cage Canada’s “Stand and Deliver” card in Edmonton, Alberta, nearly one year will have elapsed since the welterweight last competed. Although Loutitt has had to spend time on the sidelines due to injuries and a busy work schedule, he’s confident that a new-and-improved fighter will face Steve Dubeck later this month.