Peak Fighting – PF:17 Results from Texarkana Arkansas


Peak Fighting’s PF:17 made a thunderous return to the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center on Saturday, February 5 with a night full of professional MMA. A couple of amateur debuts, pro debuts, title fights, here are the results.

In 2022 Peak Fighting will be growing into larger markets as “the big leagues” like UFC, Bellator, and more watch the up and coming talent. Fighters from all over the world are seeking out Peak Fighting to build their careers with one of the best series today.

Rommel Castellanos Vs. Nic Rogers — Rommel Castellanos (S)

Leon MacCormick Vs. Josh Gomez — Leon MacCormick (D)

Luis Sariles Vs, Lee Fragosa — Lee Fragosa (S)

AC Moreno Vs, Nick Osuna — Nick Osuna (D)


Rod Moore Vs, Markus Thomas — Rod Moore (RS)

Adam Awda Vs. Abraham Munoz — Adam Awda (D)

CJ Green Vs. Americo Garcia — Americo “Gordy” Garcia (S)

Roger Smith Jr. Vs, Matthew Scoggins — Matthew “Rocky” Scoggins (S)

Nancy Ramirez Vs, Shanna Aberson — Nancy Ramirez (D)

Heath Carrell Vs. Andrew Spencer — Andrew Spencer (S)

Bailey King Vs, Dallas Dodd — Bailey King (170-pound title) (S)

Jordan Pate Vs, Tyler Stewart — Jordan Pate (S)

Dakota Johnson Vs, Christian Ammons — Christian Ammons (135 lb. title) (S)

Moises Oropeza Vs, Mateo Gonzalez — Mateo Gonzales (S)

Natalya Speece Vs, Katty Strite — Natalya Speece (UD)

Geovani Cruz Vs. Malik Lewis — Malik Lewis (KO)

It was a night filled with excitement, the convention center was full of fight fans that had a blast. Some highlights, Bailey King took the 170-pound title from Dallas Dodd by submission, Christian Ammons held off Dakota “King Kota” Johnson to keep his 135-pound belt, and Malik Lewis defeated Brazilian, Geovani Cruz by knockout in the main event moving him up for the contract with the UFC.

Saturday, March 5, Peak Fighting’s PF:18 hits Northwest Arkansas at the Springdale Convention Center, details are posted with tickets available at

(Photos via Daisy Murray and GeminisnowMMA)


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