- Joel Rodgers
- Shreveport's Jordan Woodle knocking out Trey Rutledge with a kick to the face during 'Rite of Passage 4'
American Kombat Alliance is still young; but it’s growing, quickly.
Friday night American Kombat Alliance (AKA): Rite of Passage 4; delivered three title fights, five knockouts, six submissions, one rockin’ Horseshoe Riverdome, and one rocking
The AKA Featherweight belt changed hands as Colin Wright forced Shreveport’s Kendrik Williams into submission. Colin Wright is now the AKA featherweight champion.
Joseph “Ugly Man” Holmes defeated Josh Thompson to improve to 6-0 and claim the AKA Amateur Welterweight title. A title he will defend against Shreveport’s Michael Manno. The same Michael Manno that defeated Jimmy Young Friday night inside Horseshoe’s Riverdome.
The AKA Amateur Featherweight Championship was decided as Dakota Hope accepted a short-notice fight in just his second amateur bout and defeated Don Doyle in split decision victory.
Other fights included Kalvin Hackney defeating Benton’s Christian Fulgium, Nicholas Gay handing Jared Owen his first loss, and Jordan Woodle winning over Trey Rutledge by way of knock out.
Here’s a complete list of all 13 ‘Rite Of Passage 4’ Results:
Nolan Norwood def. Quentin Henry via Submission, Round 1
*Colin Wright def. Kendrik Williams via Submission, Round 3
Kalvin Hackney def. Christian Fulgium via TKO, Round 1
Nicolas Gay def. Jared Owen via TKO, Round 2
**Joseph Holmes def. Josh Thompson via Submission, Round 2
**Dakota Hope def. Don Doyle via Split Decision
Matthew Boyd def. DJ Thomas via Submission, Round 1
Michael Manno def. Jimmy Young via Unanimous Decision
Andrew Davis def. John Jackson via Submission, Round 1
Zane Howze def. Jarrett Smith via TKO, Round 1
Jordan Woodle def. Trey Rutledge via KO, Round 2
Hailey Hobbs def. Kara Walton via Submission, Round 1
Chris Williams def. Markus Thomas via TKO, Round 2
*Denotes Pro Title Fight
**Denotes Amateur Title Fight
The next American Komat Alliance event, ArkLaTex Conflict 1, will take place September 1st at the Bossier Civic Center, and will be an all ages show.