Northern Nevada’s premier cage fighting event returned as Ultimate Reno Combat presented “Ultimate Reno Combat 32” in front of a lively crowd at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada. 9 of 10 bouts ended in either KO or submission as URC proved once again, nobody puts on more exciting MMA shows then them.
In the main event, Brandon Ricetti (5-2) defeated Jesse Romero (2-2) via TKO in round two, to become the new URC Lightweight Champion. It was a back and forth first round with the former champion mixing things up as Ricetti tried to settle in and implement his attack. In the second, after some Greco-Roman clinch work, Ricetti got a takedown on the winded Romero. From there, Ricetti took half mount and delivered a series of punches until the ref finally called a halt to the action. Ricetti’s best weapon was his conditioning as the stoppage was more due to the continuation of punches rather than the strength of them. Ricetti took Romero’s back and continued to punch. Romero was too tired to defend himself while Ricetti kept punching and punching until the end.
In the co-main event, Terrell Bosen (3-0) defeated Will Hinrichs (1-1) by kimura submission hold in round one to become the new URC Heavyweight Champion. Bosen is a heavy puncher with both previous wins coming via first round KO but he showed he is equally as dangerous on the ground getting a tapout victory in under a minute. Bosen attacked from the opening bell landing a huge right that dropped Hinrichs. Hinrichs got back to his feet and was able to land a takedown himself but when things hit the mat Bosen isolated Hinrichs’ left arm to set up the fight ending submission. With only 3 amateur fights under his belt, the sky is the limit on how great Bosen can eventually become.