AFC 100 crowns two champions in final event of ninth season

sports@adn.comMay 7, 2013 

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Two champs crowned

Bringing its ninth season to a close Tuesday, the Alaska Fighting Championships crowned lightweight and bantamweight champions in a two-match main event at the AFC 100 Centennial Showdown at Sullivan Arena.

Scott McAfee won the lightweight title and Zack Eastlick won the bantamweight title on a night that included an appearance from Ultimate Fighting Championships lightweight champion Sean Sherk.

McAfee, who weighed in at 155 pounds, forced Gary D'Hue (156 pounds) into a tap out in the third round.

Eastlick went a full five rounds with Frank Watts, winning his second straight bantamweight title by unanimous decision.

Alaska Fighting Championships

Tuesday's results from AFC 100

Lightweight championship -- Scott McAfee (155 pounds) def. Gary D'Hue (156) by third-round tap out; Bantamweight championship -- Zack Eastlick (136) def. Frank Watts (136) by unanimous decision; Middleweight -- Matt Conner (185) def. Broc Flores (188) by first-round TKO; Bantamweight -- Thomas Hodge (145) def. Andrew Parker (143) by first-round tap out; Lightweight -- Nick Deveny (156) def. Jay Burgess (161.5) by first-round tap out; Heavyweight -- Junior Seui (262.5) def. Butch Ferry (227) by first-round tap out; Welterweight -- Seth Kroll (171) def. Drew Lipton (166) by first-round tap out; Light heavyweight -- Tommy McMichaels (204.5) def. Tommie Matthews (218.5) by first-round tap out; Bantamweight -- Darren Snow (135) def. Henry Dehling by first-round tap out;

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