Official results for “Rumble at the Roseland 16″ held July 16th, 2005 at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon.
Presented by the FCFF “Full Contact Fighting Federation.
Clarence Barela defeated Jason Vidonic at 1:52 of Round 2 via submission due to strikes.
Thomas La Cour defeated Kelly McMillan at 1:55 of Round 1 via submission due to a front choke.
Crae Bassett defeated Vince Meyer at 2:40 of Round 1 via submission due to strikes.
Bobby Wilson defeated Dan Downard at 3:20 of Round 1 via submission due to fatigue.
Rex Payne defeated Mike Harman at 4:33 of Round 1 via submission due to an armbar.
Ryan Quiroz defeated Dwayne Brittle at 1:58 of Round 1 via submission due to a front guillotine.
Brandon Dudley defeated Justin Nelson at 3:07 of Round 2 via submission due to a rear naked choke.
Daryl Cutler defeated John Orr at 1:00 of Round 1 via submission due to a triangle choke.
Barry Holmes defeated Bryan Brittle at 26 seconds of Round 1 via KO from a front kick.
Jim Pope defeated Ben Smith at 55 seconds of Round 1 via KO.
Josh Bennett defeated Randy Haxton at 4:24 of Round 2 via referee stoppage.
Aaron Stark defeated Kyle Keeney at 1:18 of Round 1 via submission due to a rear naked choke.
Kyle Keeney came out very aggressive and looked as though he was going to have the edge on his Team Quest opponent. However, Aaron Stark was able to use his opponent’s aggression against him, taking his back and securing the choke.
Keisuke Andrew defeated Mel Locke at 2:59 of Round 1 via submission due to an armbar.
The building was in anticipation the entire evening, waiting to see this match. The cheers and screams of the fans during the entrances of the two fighters were like something the FCFF has never seen before. Mel Locke, who is known for his fast pace style, wasted no time engaging his opponent and getting this fight started. Keisuke Andrew was prepared and met his opponent blow for blow. The two went to mat and Locke had what appeared to be a potential fight ending guillotine choke, but Keisuke was able to find a way out, and the Jiu-Jitsu specialist began to work his game from the top position. Mel worked hard for escapes while Keisuke battled to keep him down. The fight ended when Keisuke applied an armbar, and after many escape attempts, Locke was finally forced to tap out.