2015 New England MMA Amateur Rankings

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2015 New England MMA Amateur Rankings

First Rankings of the year! As we say good-bye to 2014 we say good-by to many former amateurs on our Amateur rankings as they have moved on to a professional career. Take a good look at these rankings now as a assure you this time next year will be completely different. Many, Many fighters in the top ten have over four fights. Four fights is a good measure for most amateurs as to whether they are ready to move on to pro or just content with an all amateur career. Amateur Fighting is all about learning and getting comfortable for your pro career. We wish all this years amateurs a great experience and look forward to some great competitive fights!

 

125 lbs: Flyweight

 

  1. KrisMoutino 3-1 (Rivera Athletics)

    Kris Moutinho #1 Ranked Flyweight in New England

    Kris Moutinho #1 Ranked Flyweight in New England

  2. Marques Brewster 5-1 (NEC)
  3. Nate Russell 3-0 (FAA)
  4. Nick Iaciofano 4-0 (USMMA)
  5. Jesse Gutierrez 3-3 (Connors MMA)
  6. Norman Fox 3-0 (MMA Athletix)
  7. Adam Mimms 2-0 (Spa City BJJ)
  8. Ryan Kane 2-2 (CCFA)
  9. Jared Dalgleish 1-0 (Trifecta)
  10. Sheridan Decristoforo 2-0 (TriForce)

 

Honorable Mention:

  • Nick Mancione 2-3 (FAA)
  • Sam Micale 2-2 (Ultimate Athletics)

 

 

135 lbs: Bantamweight

  1. MannyBermudez 6-1 (SSSF)

    Manny Bermudez #1 Ranked Bantamweight in New England

    Manny Bermudez #1 Ranked Bantamweight in New England

  2. Randy Costa 3-0 (Lauzon MMA)
  3. Carlos Candelario 4-0 (Independent)
  4. Ali Zebian 3-1 (FAA)
  5. Jeff Watts 3-1 (Mendes)

 

Honorable Mention

  • Max Barrett 4-3 (Maxx)
  • Chris Caterino 4-3 (Bucket Brigade)

 

145 lbs: Featherweight

 

 

  1. MattTullos 7-0 (ConnorsMMA)

    #1 Ranked Amateur Featherweight in  New England Matt Tullos

    #1 Ranked Amateur Featherweight in
    New England
    Matt Tullos

  2. Nestor Xicohtencati 4-1 (Renzo Gracie)
  3. Ricky Proctor 3-1 (Lauzon MMA)
  4. Aaron Lacy 4-1 (Youngs MMA)
  5. Dan Dubuque 5-2 (DCNU)
  6. Caleb Hall 5-1 (Chois)
  7. Lloyd Fernandez 3-1 (Barchard PMA)
  8. Dylan Lockard 2-0 (Barchard PMA)
  9. Billy Keenan 4-2 (Redline)
  10. Jake Pilla 4-0 (Wai Kru)

 

 

Honorable Mention

  • Grant Mosley 3-1
  • Dominic Cofone 5-4 (Balanced Ground)
  • Jeff Perez 4-2 (Nexus)
  • Josh Harvey 2-1 (Youngs MMA)
  • Arslan Otcheyev 2-1 (Renzo Gracie CT)
  • Danny Abad 2-2 (Chainsaw Army)
  • Ricky Bekerian 3-0 (SSSF)
  • Nick Spencer 7-4 (Choi Institute) 

 

 

155 lbs: Lightweight

  1. Jimmy Manning 4-2 (CCFA)

    Jimmy Manning #1 Ranked Lightweight in New England

    Jimmy Manning
    #1 Ranked Lightweight in New England

  2. James Hoyt 3-0 (Burgess)
  3. Kevin Schneider 4-0 (SSSF)
  4. Joe Gianetti 4-0 (SSSF)
  5. Dan Lopez 4-3 (Boston Muay Thai)
  6. Jeremy Tyler 4-2 (Team Irish)
  7. Pat Kelly 2-0 (Youngs MMA)
  8. Steve Bang 3-2 (CMBJJ)
  9. Kensuke Moriayama 2-0 (Florian)
  10. Jacob Weeks 2-1 (SBG East Coast)

 

Honorable Mention:

  • Jarrod Tyler 3-1 (Irish)
  • Kevin Carrier 3-3 (Bombsquad)

 

170 lbs: Welterweight

  1. Jeff Hsu 4-0 (Trifecta)

    #1 Ranked Amateur Welterweight in  New England Jeff Hsu

    #1 Ranked Amateur Welterweight in
    New England
    Jeff Hsu

  2. Andrew Tripp 8-1 (Team Irish)
  3. Paul Gaffney 4-1 (Link – Hooksett)
  4. JT Harold 3-1 (Sityodtong)
  5. Richard Hunter 4-2 (DCNU)
  6. Brett Trayhan 9-3 (Link)
  7. Rick Rivera 5-2 (Gladiator BJJ)
  8. Nick Alley 2-1 (Link- Hooksett)
  9. Carlos Correia 3-0 (DCNU)
  10. Billy Connors 3-0 (Boston Muay Thai)

Honorable Mention

 

  • Corey Bowhall 3-2 (IND)
  • Dave Spero 5-2 (Pitbull)
  • Billy Connors 2-0 (Boston Muay Thai)
  • J Ewer 3-1 (Youngs MMA)

 

 

185 lbs: Middleweight

 

  1. MikeVangelist 3-0 (AMMA)

    Mike Vangelist #1 Ranked Middleweight in New England

    Mike Vangelist #1 Ranked Middleweight in New England

  2. Pat McCrohan 3-0 (Gillette MMA)
  3. Matt Bordanaro 5-2 (Victory MMA NY)
  4. Tim Carron 3-0 (Burgess)
  5. Shane Mulligan 2-0 (CCFA)
  6. Ryan Munger 4-2 (Spa City BJJ)
  7. Crowsneck Boutin 6-6 (Chois)
  8. Allan Josselyn 3-3 (Kaze)
  9. Mitch Barish 2-0 (Wai Kru)

 

 

 

205 lbs: Light Heavyweight

 

  1. JesseBaughman 4-0 (Link North)

    #1 Ranked Amateur  Light Heavyweight  In New England  Jesse Baughman

    #1 Ranked Amateur
    Light Heavyweight
    In New England
    Jesse Baughman

  2. Dan Burke 3-1 (Burgess)
  3. Xavier Vargas 3-3 (Pitbull)
  4. Yorgan Castro 2-1 (Lauzon)
  5. Jeremy Stevens 2-0 (Sipayik Boxing)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heavyweight

  1. JavierVelasquez 4-0 (ConnorsMMA)

    #1 Ranked Amateur Heavyweight in New England  Javier Velasquez

    #1 Ranked Amateur Heavyweight in
    New England
    Javier Velasquez

  2. Nick Fonteccio 3-1 (Connors MMA)
  3. Jason Peppe 3-0 (Redline)
  4. Mario Gonzalez 3-1 (Team United)
  5. Ed Gillis 2-2 (Doomsday)

 

 

Honorable Mention

 

  • James Smith 3-2 (Maxx)
  • Kevin Smith 3-2 (Youngs MMA)
  • Vito Resto 2-0 (GladiatorBJJ)
  • Anthony Pepdjonovic 2-0 (Trifecta)

 

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  1. Mitch says:

    makes no sense that gaffney and hunter had a five round split decision and are three apart in ranking

  2. Dan Bonnell says:

    So, what your saying Mitch is that one fight makes all the difference? That one fight should propel a fighter and piggy back him all the way up the rankings?
    Gaffney has fought Tripp, Harold, Hunter and will fight anyone avail. Hunter has not fought the same level of opponents to earn where Gaffney is ranked just yet. 3-5 is not that big a difference to be bitching about.
    Let us here your explaination as to why Hunter should be in a different spot.

  3. the hammer says:

    Dan !!!! nice defense !

  4. Jimmy french says:

    In my humble opinion I think grant Mosley matches up well with the top 3 in his division and could get a ranking if he manages to get the right opponents to fight. His height and reach with his good ground is used well, both cage Titans bouts he had, I saw him sub manny and His recent opponent in the1st round. Granted the ranks are based on experience and activity. New England is stacked tho

  5. Andrew Calandrelli says:

    Besides our top level instruction and the personalized attention our students get, the thing that differentiates UMMA from other Jiu Jitsu gyms and schools in the New Haven County area is the camaraderie at UMMA. We encourage a team atmosphere and students are asked to leave their egos at the door and come learn, sweat and enjoy the benefits of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu in Connecticut as a team and as friends.

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