Fury FC 64 Results – Moran vs Do
Fury FC 64 will take place this afternoon live from Escapade 2001 in Houston, Texas. Sunday’s show will be headlined by a fight between the flyweight lifters Paris Moran and Antoine Do.
Fury FC 64 Main Event
Moran (6-1) is looking for a sixth straight win at home, and a victory over Do should further establish him as a top regional prospect at 125 pounds. Moran cut his teeth in the Fury FC cage, going 3-0 as an amateur before turning pro in November 2019. Not even three years into his MMA career, Moran has managed to stay active with his fifth fight since 2021 coming up on Sunday. . He last fought in February at Fury FC 57 when he beat Joey Elzea by unanimous decision. Moran also boasts a unanimous decision win over Nate Smith, a veteran of Dana White’s Contender series. Moran has all the tools to compete at the top level one day, and is already on the UFC’s radar after turning down a shot at DWCS in an attempt to earn a UFC contract. He’s long for the weight class at 5-foot-8 and has multiple ways to get the job done, not one to avoid a war of attrition as he’s undefeated in fights that go the distance. However, a Sunday arrival will go a long way in impressing the UFC brass.
The Texan’s only loss came from a standing choke at fullback in 2020, and if Do (8-4) can pull off an offensively heavy game plan, he could have a good chance of sending Moran home with the second loss of his career. “The Antidote” comes to Fury with a resume that includes stoppages in ONE Championship and Bellator, and he will present the hometown flyweight with the toughest test of his career to date. The American Kickboxing Academy product’s most recent fight saw him pick up a triangle victory over Hui Liang in ONE Championship, and he’s a proven finisher with six of his eight wins inside the distance. The path to victory is there for Do, but he will have to get within range of the ranger Moran if he is to claim the ninth victory of his career and potentially earn a contract with a major promotion at 29.
Rest of the map
Fury FC 64 will feature a bantamweight co-main event of Cameron Smotherman versus. John Yanis. “The Baby-Faced Killer” Smotherman, the former FFC amateur bantamweight champion, spent his entire career at Fury FC, winning the first two fights of his career before losing two, winning two and lose his last fight against Shane Torres back in April. He will look to break that career pattern against Yannis, who will be looking for the knockout in his third career Fury FC appearance. Moving down the card, Sunday will also see a 4-0 featherweight prospect Michael Aswell looking for the third stoppage of his career against Frank Meno. Like Smotherman, Aswell is a former amateur champion in the cage at Fury FC, with both fighters having even defended their titles on the same night in the past.
A heavy tilt between Ricardo Evangelist and Jose Evans is also available for Sunday’s main card. 36-year-old grappling specialist Evangelista is 2-1 in MMA and was featured in the UFC Fight Pass Invitational. He’ll be looking to hand Evans the first loss of his career, while Alabama’s Evans will be looking to make his presence felt in the promotion for the very first time. The main map is completed with fights between Shakeem Richardson and Cody Walker, Soloman Amadeo and Sam Kilmerand Montreal James and Derrick Ageday. Richardson and Walker have 12+ losses between them, but are both picking up wins as they look to turn the tide of their careers. Amadeo, meanwhile, will be getting back into the thick of things after battling last month at Fury FC 61. A 3-0 victory over Combate Global veteran Kilmer will go a long way in setting back his own career. on the right path. The prelims will feature five fights, with a Fury FC Welterweight Championship bout between undefeated amateurs Geno Morelli and Oscar Martinez among them.
Fury FC 64 results
Paris Moran vs. Anthony Do
Cameron Smotherman beats. John Yannis via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)
Michael Aswell won. Frank Meno via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
Ricardo Evangelista defeats. Jose Evans via TKO (punches) at 2:14 of Round 2
Shakeem Richardson defeats. Cody Walker via TKO (punches) at 3:13 of Round 1
Sam Kilmer beats. Soloman Amadeo via TKO (strikes) at 2:14 of Round 1
Jason Mullen defeats. Christopher Miller via Submission (Heel Hook) at 1:35 of Round 1
Judge Torres won. Siron Harrison via Submission (RNC) at 4:45 of Round 1
Amateur fight: Geno Morelli (c) beats. Oscar Martinez via Submission (RNC) at 1:46 of Round 1 – for the Fury FC Amateur Welterweight Championship
Amateur fight: Kevin Clark beats. Josh Childs via Submission (RNC) at 2:50 of Round 1
Amateur fight: Brandon Taylor beats. Americo Garcia by unanimous decision