TONIGHT. ROAST BATTLE HISTORY WILL BE MADE WITH A TITLE MATCH. 12-1 BRETT ERICKSON. 12-3 BRYAN VOKEY. ONLY ONE CAN REIGN SUPREME AS THE PREMIER SHIT-TALKER IN LOS ANGELES. But in the meantime, here are the latest power rankings.

Top Ten

1. Brett Erickson 12-1
2. Omid Singh 23-11
3. Nicole Becannon 16-8
4. Bryan Vokey 12-3
5. Pat Barker 23-10-2
6. Alex Duong 17-9
7. Toby Muresianu 16-5
8. Doug Fager 13-11-1
9. Quentin Thomas 14-5-1
10. Sarah Keller 16-5-2

Only one change in the top ten this month, as Doug Fager works his way back into the top bracket following a win over Greg Roque.

11. Joe Eurell 16-14-2
12. Greg Roque 13-5
13. Isaac Hirsch 11-5
14. Ashley Johnson 11-3
15. Dan Nolan 14-13
16. Dylan Sullivan 7-4
17. Billy Anderson 8-4
18. Jay Light 16-20-2
19. Zach Stein 12-11-1
20. Lou Misiano 8-5

Joe Eurell moves up three spots following his main event win over Guam Felix, while Greg Roque falls a few spots after his loss to Doug Fager. Lou Misiano jumps into the top 20 after a win over virgin battler Fielding Edlow.

21. Tom Whalen 9-4
22. Jacob Trimmer 8-5-1
23. Ryan Nesen 7-1
24. Armando Torres 6-6-1
25. Tony Bartolone 9-9
26. Zahra Ali 5-3
27. Russell Ells 5-1
28. Albert Escobedo 8-5
29. Todd Walker 5-1
30. Kelsey Lane 10-10-1

Not a lot going on here – Albert Escobedo and Kelsey Lane each fall a couple spots after their main event losses to April Lotshaw and Alice Hamilton, respectively.

31. Nico Dinisi 6-3
32. April Lotshaw 7-4
33. Sarah Fatemi 8-4
34. Caesar Lizardo 11-11
35. Rebecca Rush 6-2
36. Robin Tran 5-10-1
37. Evan Cassidy 6-5
38. Julian Fernandez 8-8
39. Gary Curtis 4-0
40. Digits 7-5

We have an entirely new top of the bracket here – Nico Dinisi (formerly Robyn Blake) falls a couple spots to 31 after losing to Caesar Lizardo. Lizardo moves up to 34 after breaking a lengthy losing streak and evening his record at 11-11. April Lotshaw moves up six spots after a dominant main event demolishing of Albert Escobedo, while Sarah Fatemi moves up three spots to 33 after defeating Sam Brilhart. Rebecca Rush’s win over previously undefeated Anthony Davis moves her up to 35, while Gary Curtis replaces Davis as the only unbeaten battler in the ranks at 4-0 after defeating Kim McVicar. Finally, the bracket is closed out by quickly rising cult hero Digits, who takes a seven spot jump after beating Nate Welch. After an up-and-down start to his battle career, Digits seems to have figured out the formula and delivered several crazy performances in a row.

41. Heather Marulli 7-8
42. Anthony Davis 4-1
43. Alice Hamilton 5-5
44. Kim McVicar 4-2
45. Tim McGorry 7-8
46. Paige Wesley 8-14
47. Deirdre Devlin 5-5
48. Kevin Mac 6-4-1
49. Josh Edelman 2-1
50. Kelly McInerney 2-1

Anthony Davis’ loss to Rebecca Rush drops him a few spots, while Alice Hamilton re-enters the ranks at 43 after winning a phenomenal battle over Kelsey Lane last week. Kim McVicar’s loss to Gary Curtis drops her to 44, and Josh Edelman makes his rankings debut at 49 following a second consecutive impressive win.

FEBRUARY PREVIEW

Here are all the battles scheduled for February featuring multiple ranked fighters.

February 4: Zahra Ali (26) vs. Tim McGorry (45)… THREE-ROUND MAIN EVENT TITLE MATCH: Brett Erickson (1) vs. Bryan Vokey (4)

February 11: MAIN EVENT: Lou Misiano (20) vs. Tom Whalen (21)… MAIN EVENT #2: Jay Light (18) vs. Paige Wesley (46)

February 18: MAIN EVENT: Greg Roque (12) vs. Ashley Johnson (14)

February 25: Sarah Fatemi (33) vs. Kim McVicar (44)… MAIN EVENT: Quentin Thomas (9) vs. Zach Stein (19)… MAIN EVENT #2: Tony Bartolone (25) vs. Kelsey Lane (30)

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