Gabriel Varga was impressive defeating Australian Joe Concha to take the ISKA World Super Lightweight Title via decision after 5 rounds. Varga was impressive in his bout winning all five rounds in a bout where the referee made two questionable calls on sweeps by Varga that were deemed knockdowns. The slip-ups did not affect the outcome of the fight however as the young Peterec's fighter fought through a back injury to dominate the bout.
Chase Ingalls defeated Mitchel Fowler to win the ISKA Junior Canadian Middleweight Title.
Hal Kreisel defeated Nicholas Zambri to take the ISKA Canadian Middleweight Title. Zambri was wild throwing looping haymakers and landed solid shots in the first two rounds, but the latter rounds belonged to Kreisel, who's conditioning proved to be the difference as he took the close decision that could have gone either way.
In the main event of the evening, Tina Derix stunned Amy Reid with a body kick in the early goings, and controlled the clinch with knee's to the body to stop Reid in between rounds two and three to win the ISKA Canadian Super Bantamweight Title in front of the home town fans.
Dancers entertained the crown during intermissions in the fight action.
Allan Chou was impressive in his first fight defeating Rajin Bassi with a first round TKO at 1:54 of the first round via leg kicks.
Cory Hastings was dominant in his bout over Corey Jackson controlling the clinch and punishing his opponent to the body with knee's to earn the stoppage at 1:00 of the second stanza.
In the fight of the Night local gym owners Leigh Mueller and Greg Lamothe went to war in a bout that hand the fans on their feet. Lamothe took the unanimous decision but both competitors put it all on the line in a back-and-forth bout that earned the praise of all in attendance.
Aaron Varga appeared to be a little tentative in the first round but found his mark in the second using his superior speed and marksmentship to pick his opponent Chris Worrall apart. Worrall made every effort to keep himself in the game but Varga was too much for him stopping him with a flurry of punches against the ropes at 1:58 of the second round.
First-time promoter Keith Varga put on an excellent event, selling out the Victoria Dance Connection in the process and amassing a talented group of fighters for his card. In addition, he brought in ISKA president Cory Schafer - despite the extra expense - to run judging and reffing clinics, and judge one of the title bouts. MMARR attended the clinics and we were impressed with the quality of instruction and believe the unification of judging and refereeing manuals will help bring legitimacy to the sport of MMA. As of now there are no firm dates, but future events by Keith Varga, would be a welcome addition to Vancouver Island.