Fight to Win Final Round Results
Denver, CO - With a 12-0 amateur record lightweight Drew Dober is one of the top MMA prospects in the Midwest. The 20 year old Dober, made a trip out of his home state of Nebraska for a pro fight versus Chase Hackett which was the main event of Fight to Win's Final Round event.
Hackett, a Colorado native, pushed Dober early and often in a high energy contest. Going into the fight Dober was favored in the striking department due to his extensive Muay Thai training, but it was Hackett who dropped the out of towner on two separate occasions with a pair of powerful overhand rights in rounds one and two.
Working from the top position for the majority of the fight Hackett was able to deliver substantial punishment while inside of Dober's guard. The final round saw Dober, who was trailing on the judge's scorecards, nearly sink in a guillotine choke before Hackett powered out and finished the fight with more ground and pound.
In minor upset the unheralded Hackett earn a unanimous decision over Dober.
Based on his high ceiling as well as a recent training trip to Las Vegas to work with Xtreme Couture Dober is still ranked at number 17 in the Ultmma50, a pound for pound ranking of the top 50 unsigned MMA prospects.
Chase Hackett def. Drew Dober by unanimous decision
Joe Doherty def. Bret Roller by submission guillotine choke 0:11 R3
Nick Mamalis def. Ron Muir by TKO 5:00 RD1
Matt Simms def. Mike Suksi by submission triangle choke 0:51 R1
Mirsad Bectik def. Zac Chavez by TKO 2:03 R2
Rob Celani def. Diego Alvarez by judge's decision
Jason Lee def. Jeremy Gaskill by judge's decision
Jeremy Hastings def. Carlos Garcia by submission top side triangle 2:48 R1
Sebastian White def. Brian Marnec by unanimous decision
Kyle Nelson def. Hector Sanchez by unanimous decision
Louie Hesse def. Kyle Lemaire by submission RNC 2:38 R1
Trey Jackson def. Michael Martinez by TKO 1:31 R1
John Kindvall def. Dan Lovato by TKO 0:59 R2
Sean Law def. Sonny Sparling by TKO 2:06 R2