Nic Herron-Webb of Anchorage successfully defended his Alaska Fighting Championship welterweight title Wednesday night at Sullivan Arena.
Herron-Webb used a head and arm choke to force Fairbanks fighter Collin Reuter to tap out 3 minutes and 39 seconds into the first round of cagefighting.
The victory marked the third AFC title for Herron-Webb, who represents Greatland Martial Arts and Anchorage BJJ. Reuter fights for Team Alpha Male and Frostbite Vale Tudo.
The fight was the main event of a nine-fight card. In the other top-billed fight, Jared Cannonier scored a first-round TKO over Jermaine Haughton.
In the only fight that went the full three rounds, Kerby Coman took a unanimous decision over Casey Water in a welterweight fight.
The next AFC event is Nov. 13 at Sullivan Arena.
Welterweight championship — Nic Herron-Webb def. Collin Reuter; 3:39 first round, tap-out. Heavyweight — Jared Cannonier def. Jermaine Haughton; 1:50 first round, TKO. Featherweight — Thomas Hodge def. Blake Campbell; 2:50 second round, TKO. Light heavyweight — Mike Fannon def. Iosua Siaulaiga; 2:56 first round, TKO. Welterweight — Shannonn Simpson def. Hipa Fouvale; 1:24 second round, tap-out. Heavyweight — Dakota Palmer def. Joe Seavy; :14 second round, KO. Welterweight — Kerby Coman def. Casey Water; three-round unanimous decision. Light heavyweight — Maika Graf def. Alton Prince; 1:10 first round, TKO. Welterweight — Daniel Christiansen def. Catlin Mobley, :46 first round, tap-out.
Anchorage Daily News