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'TUF 7' alum Mike Dolce snaps loss streak at WCF 6

"The Ultimate Fighter 7" alum Mike Dolce stopped New England regular Nuri Shakir Saturday at World Championship Fighting 6 in Wilmington, Massachusetts.

His victory, which snaps a six-fight losing streak, was by way of referee stoppage due to strikes at 2:52 of the second round.

Dolce was cornered in the welterweight fight by his "TUF 7" coach and current Wolfslair Academy teammate Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. Dolce also trains with former Team Quest teammate Nate Quarry at the Sports Lab in Gresham, Oregon.

In the main event, Dan Ferrer of Team Santos was crowned the first-ever WCF bantamweight champion with a kimura submission victory over Dan Bonnell of Sit Yod Tong at 2:48 of the first round.


1. Jeff Remick def. Josh Mellen via submission (triangle choke) - R1 (3:53)
2. Jay Fortier def. Robby Roberts via submission (armbar) - R1 (1:48)
3. Nick Evangelous def. Dymitry Schevchenko via submission (heel hook) - R1 (2:30)
4. Rick Hawn def. Billy Flynn via KO - R1 (1:12)
5. Jimmy Grant def. Nik Patnaude via unanimous decision
6. Ryan Quinn def. Travis Coyle via unanimous decision
7. Anthony Leone def. Chris Grandmaison via unanimous decision
8. Scott Rehm def. Stephen Stengel via TKO (punches) - R1 (0:38)
9. Damien Trites def. Jose Lopez via submission (triangle choke) - R1 (1:13)
10. Glenn Brown def. John Benoit via unanimous decision
11. Greg Rebello def. Shawn DePaul via unanimous decision
12. Mike Dolce def. Nuri Shakir via TKO (punches) - R2 (2:52)
13. Dan Ferrer def. Dan Bonnell via submission (kimura) - R1 (2:48)

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