Saturday, May 1, 2010

VIDEO: Kimbo Slice vs Matt Mitrione Preview - UFC 113 Countdown Segment

Kimbo Slice and Matt Mitrione will fight at UFC 113: MACHIDA VS SHOGUN 2 on May 8, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


CFC 5 -- 6/4/10 Fight Card in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

CFC 5 -- June 4, 2010

Location: Winnipeg Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Broadcast: The Score

Joe El Dirte Doerksen (45-12) vs. Shawn Machine Gun Marchand (8-5)

Robin Black (3-3) vs. Eric Odalay Perez (4-3)

Roland Delorme (5-0) vs. Sean Quinn (4-3)

Lance Cartwright (2-3) vs. Steve Skinner (2-1)

Dominick Blais (6-3) vs. Matthew Spisak (1-0)

Guillaume Fortier (2-1) vs. Dwight Sutherland (3-2)

Mark Durant (2-1) vs. Jesse The Body Snatcher Ronson (3-0)

Chris The Pitbull Myra (1-2) vs. Ronson Sabourin (1-0)

Kyle Anderson (0-3) vs. Agostino DeNatale (0-1)

Justin Bloomer (0-0) vs. Travis Gervais (0-0)

Friday, April 30, 2010

BELLATOR 16 RESULTS -- Middleweight Tournament Opening Round Results from 4/29/10 Kansas City Event

BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS 16 was held Thursday April 29, 2010 in the Kansas City Power and Light District in Kansas City, Missouri. The live Fox Sports Net main card featured all 4 of the Bellator Middleweight Tournament quarterfinal fights. Jared Hess, Bryan "The Beast" Baker, Alexander "Storm" Shlemenko and Eric Schambari all advanced to the semifinals. Eric Marriott, who was knocked out of the featherweight tournament by Joe Warren, was back in the cage at BELLATOR 16, and picked up a submission win on the undercard, alongside fellow prospects Danny Tims and Drew Dober, and Joe Rogan's favorite fighter -- Brent Weedman.


[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Jared Hess (11-1) won by SUB over Ryan McGivern (13-7) in R2. [6:54]

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Bryan Baker (12-1) won by TKO over Sean Loeffler (18-5) in R1. [2:43]

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Alexander Shlemenko (28-4) won by UD over Matt Major (6-2). [15:00]

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Eric Schambari (12-1) won by SUB over Luke Zachrich (9-2) in R1. [3:34]

Brent Weedman (12-4) won by TKO over Rudy Bears (10-5) in R1. [4:19]

Danny Tims (9-2) won by UD over Brian Davidson (5-2). [15:00]

Drew Dober (7-1) won by SUB over Nick Nolte (1-2) in R1. [4:45]

Eric Marriott (18-4) won by SUB over Demi Deeds (15-8) in R2. [8:02]

Updated MMA win-loss records with total fight time in brackets.

UD = Unanimous Decision | SUB = Submission | R = Round

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KING OF THE CAGE: HONOR -- 5/14/10 Fight Card in Mescalero, New Mexico for HDNet Broadcast on Friday Night

KOTC: HONOR -- May 14, 2010

Location: Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino in Mescalero, New Mexico

Broadcast: HDNet

{Light Heavyweight Championship}
Tony Kryptonite Lopez (18-3) vs. Mike MAK Kyle (15-7)

Nick Afrozilla Gaston (2-0) vs. Darrill The Boss Schoonover (10-1)

{Flyweight Championship}
Abel The Silent Assassin Cullum (17-3) vs. Josh The Destroya Montoya (5-3)

Joey The Takedown Wizard Gorczynski (17-8) vs. Quinn Mulhern (11-1)

{Bantamweight Championship}
Angelo The San-I Warrior Sanchez (8-2) vs. Donald Sanchez (19-10)

Sam Oropeza (3-0) vs. Koa Ramos (6-1)

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Thursday, April 29, 2010

VIDEO: Anderson Silva vs Chael Sonnen Preview - The War of Words Has Begun for UFC 117, This One Will Be Personal

This is the best fan-made trailer for UFC 117 you're going to see. NickTheFace put together this two and a half minute preview for a fight that has already gotten personal, and we've still got 3 months to go. UFC 117 will be held August 7, 2010 in Northern California, likely Oakland.


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

PAYDAY - WEC 48: ALDO VS FABER Fighter Salaries - Purse Amounts and Bonus Earnings for 4/24/10 WEC PPV Debut

The California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) has released the following purse amounts for WEC 48: ALDO VS FABER, held April 24, 2010 at the ARCO Arena in Sacramento, California. The numbers are as they have been reported to CSAC by the UFC. Winning fighters in RED. Manny Gamburyan was the top earner for this event.

The salaries do not include any individual fighter endorsement earnings for this event, nor do they include any undisclosed bonuses. Fighters pay out of pocket for licensing fees, taxes and related expenses. Fighters spend months training in preparation for these fights, so they are being paid for work already completed in the gym as well as their performance.

Jose Aldo made $40,000 ($20K base salary + $20K win bonus) for 25:00 unanimous decision win.

Urijah Faber made $28,000 for for 25:00 unanimous decision loss.

Ben Henderson made $91,000 ($13K base + $13K win + $65 SUB bonus) for 1:57 submission win.

Donald Cerrone made $14,000 for 1:57 submission loss.

Manny Gamburyan made $101,000 ($18K + $18K + $65K KO bonus) for 2:22 KO win.

Mike Brown made $21,000 for 2:22 KO loss.

Shane Roller made $28,000 for ($14K + $14K) for 3:07 submission win.

Anthony Njokuani made $7,000 for 3:07 submission loss.

Scott Jorgensen made $21,000 ($10.5K + $10.5K) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

Antonio Banuelos made $7,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Leonard Garcia made $93,000 ($14K + $14K + $65K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 split decision win.

Chang Sung Jung made $70,000 ($5K base + $65K FOTN bonus) for 15:00 split decision loss.

Anthony Pettis made $8,000 ($4K + $4K) for 6:35 submission win.

Alex Karalexis made $10,000 for 6:35 submission loss.

Brad Pickett made $8,000 ($4K + $4K) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

Demetrious Johnson made $3,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Chad Mendes made $8,500 ($4.5K base + $4K win) for 2:13 submission win.

Anthony Morrison made $4,000 for 2:13 submission loss.

Takeya Mizugaki made $16,000 ($8K + $8K) for 15:00 unanimous decision win.

Rani Yahya made $9,000 for 15:00 unanimous decision loss.

Tyler Toner made $5,000 ($3K base + $2K win) for 2:36 TKO win.

Brandon Visher made $4,000 for 2:36 TKO loss.


 1. Manny Gamburyan ($101K)
 2. Leonard Garcia ($93K)
 3. Ben Henderson ($91K)
 4. Chan Sung Jung ($70K)
 5. Jose Aldo ($40K)
 6. Urijah Faber ($28K)
 6. Shane Roller ($28K)
 8. Mike Brown ($21K)
 8. Scott Jorgensen ($21K)
10. Takeya Mizugaki ($16K)


 1. Urijah Faber ($28K)
 2. Mike Brown ($21K)
 3. Jose Aldo ($20K)
 4. Manny Gamburyan ($18K)
 5. Donald Cerrone ($14K)
 5. Shane Roller ($14K)
 5. Leonard Garcia ($14K)
 8. Ben Henderson ($13K)
 9. Scott Jorgensen ($10.5K)
10. Alex Karalexis ($10K)


 1. Demetrious Johnson ($3K)
 2. Brandon Visher ($4K)
 2. Anthony Morrison ($4K)
 4. Tyler Toner ($5K)
 5. Anthonio Banuelos ($7K)
 5. Anthony Njokuani ($7K)


Jose Aldo vs. Urijah Faber ($68,000)

Ben Henderson vs. Donald Cerrone ($40,000) + ($65,000 bonus)

Manny Gamburyan vs. Mike Brown ($57,000) + ($65,000 bonus)

Shane Roller vs. Anthony Njokuani ($35,000)

Scott Jorgensen vs. Antonio Banuelos ($28,000)

Leonard Garcia vs. Chan Sung Jung ($33,000) + ($130,000 bonuses)

Anthony Pettis vs. Alex Karalexis ($18,000)

Brad Pickett vs. Demetrious Johnson ($11,000)

Chad Mendes vs. Anthony Morrison ($12,500)

Takeya Mizugaki vs. Rani Yahya ($25,000)

Tyler Toner vs. Brandon Visher ($9,000)


WEC 48 drew 12,555 attendants for a live gate of $792,640.

Based on these numbers, the average ticket price was around $63.

VIDEO: Karlos 'Terminator' Vemola Comes from the Future of UFC Heavyweight Division to Destroy Jon Madsen at UFC 116

Undefeated heavyweight sensation Karlos "The Terminator" Vemola has been signed by the UFC and will debut at UFC 116: LESNAR VS CARWIN on July 3, 2010 in Las Vegas. Vemola will fight another undefeated fighter in Jon Madsen (TUF 10). Vemola is from the Czech Republic, but fights out of the United Kingdom as a member of the famed London Shootfighters. Vemola's first 6 fights were all in CFC (Cage Fighting Championships).

Karlos Vemola (7-0) is an absolute berserker, an insanely intense and strong fighter who loves to get into his opponent's head. Vemola will walk right up to his opponents in the cage before the fight, and stare them down before the pre-fight introductions. Once the bell rings, Vemola is like a jacked-up Tasmanian devil.

The following highlight video will give you a preview of the madness that's about to be unleashed upon the UFC heavyweight division.


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

UFC UNDISPUTED 2010 Complete Video Game Roster with Over 100 Fighters

UFC UNDISPUTED 2010 will be released on May 25, 2010 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PSP. The video game was developed by Yuke's and published by THQ. It will feature single-player, multiplayer and online multiplayer modes. Below is a complete list of the playable characters in the game courtesy of GameSpot.

Some characters are able to fight in two divisions.

• (P) Fighters accessible exclusively with retail promotions (e.g. GameStop in the US)
• (L) Legendary fighters exclusive to the PlayStation 3


Mostapha Al Turk
Andrei Arlovski
Pat Barry
Shane Carwin
Mirko Cro Cop
Junior Dos Santos
Todd Duffee
Gabriel Gonzaga
Antoni Hardonk
Heath Herring
Marcus Jones (P)
Cheick Kongo
Brock Lesnar
Justin McCully
James McSweeney (P)
Frank Mir
Roy Nelson (P)
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
Eddie Sanchez
Brendan Schaub (P)
Dan Severn (L)
Kimbo Slice
Stefan Struve
Cain Velasquez
Fabricio Werdum


Mark Coleman
Brandon Vera


Ryan Bader
Stephan Bonnar
Jason Brilz
Luiz Cane
Steve Cantwell
Rashad Evans
Forrest Griffin
Matt Hamill
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson
Keith Jardine
Jon Jones
Chuck Liddell
Lyoto Machida
Tito Ortiz
Mauricio "Shogun" Rua
Thiago Silva
Krzysztof Soszynski


Vitor Belfort
Michael Bisping
Rich Franklin
Wilson Gouveia
Dan Henderson
Anderson Silva


Yoshihiro Akiyama
Ricardo Almeida
Alan Belcher
Patrick Cote
Kendall Grove
Denis Kang
Chris Leben
Demian Maia
Nate Marquardt
Drew McFedries
Dan Miller
Yushin Okami
Nate Quarry
Chael Sonnen


Martin Kampmann
Mike Swick


Thiago Alves
Carlos Condit
Marcus Davis
Jon Fitch
Royce Gracie (L)
Dan Hardy
Dustin Hazelett
Matt Hughes
Anthony Johnson
Dong Hyun Kim
Josh Koscheck
Chris Lytle
Karo Parisyan
Amir Sadollah
Georges St. Pierre
Paulo Thiago
Frank Trigg
James Wilks


BJ Penn
Diego Sanchez
Matt Serra
Sean Sherk


Nate Diaz
Frankie Edgar
Efrain Escudero
Terry Etim
Spencer Fisher
Kenny Florian
Hermes Franca
Tyson Griffin
Clay Guida
Joe Lauzon
Gray Maynard
Cole Miller
Ross Pearson
Kurt Pellegrino
Jens Pulver (L)
Dennis Siver
Joe Stevenson
Caol Uno

Monday, April 26, 2010

Washington Combat Presents Battle of the Legends -- 5/15 Fight Card in DC with Ring Announcer PRIDE Crazy Lady Lenne Hardt


Location: D.C. Armory in Washington, D.C.

Gary Big Daddy Goodridge (23-20) vs. Pedro The Rock Rizzo (17-9)

Gustavo Ximu Machado (18-7) vs. Jordan Mata Ele Smith (12-0)

David Derby (0-2) vs. Marcos Loro Galvao (6-3)

Claudio Godoi (5-7) vs. Ovince St. Preux (4-4)

John George (0-0) vs. Gabriel Miglioli (1-0)

Manny Okorie (0-1) vs. Matt Van Buren (0-0)

Chris Buckner (2-0) vs. Jahmal McLennan (3-1)

Francisco Salgueiro (0-0) vs. Peter Simone (0-0)

Keith Jardine Fights for His UFC Survival at TUF 11 Finale Against Matt Hamill

The MMAjunkie is reporting a showdown between Keith "The Dean of Mean" Jardine and Matt "The Hammer" Hamill at The Ultimate Fighter Season 11 Finale live on Spike TV on June 19, 2010 at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. This fight will headline the TUF 11 event, along with the crowning of a new TUF 11 middleweight tournament champion.

Keith Jardine has lost his last 3 UFC fights. Overall, Jardine is just 2-4 in his last 6 Octagon bouts. Jardine is coming off a KO loss to Ryan Bader at UFC 110, which followed a TKO loss to Thiago Silva at UFC 102. Jardine's currently losing streak started with a decision loss to Quinton "Rampage" Jackson at UFC 96. Jardine got his start on The Ultimate Fighter. Jardine was a participant on the second season of the revolutionary reality series. Jardine has fought exclusively for the UFC for well over 4 years now, but a fourth Octagon loss in a row would put a severe strain on that relationship. The fact that Jardine is still being featured in a prominent fight despite his recent struggles, is a testament to the UFC's faith in the Dean's drawing power. Whether it's true or not, Jardine will definitely feel like he'll be fighting for his UFC life against Matt Hamill.

Mat Hamill won his last fight by disqualification after Jon "Bones" Jones had him mounted and was raining down elbows, the last couple of which were thrown in 12-6 direction, which is currently illegal in the UFC. Jones opened up a cut on Hamill's forehead with the illegal strikes. Referee Herb Dean paused the action to take away a point from Jones, but Hamill remained on the mat, and because Dean interpreted that Hamill could not continue due to the strikes, he called the fight as per the rules. Intentional illegal strikes are a disqualifiable offense.

Representing the yin to Keith Jardine's yang scenario, Matt Hamill has won 3 straight fights. Along with the DQ, Hamill has a head kick knockout of Mark Munoz and a TKO win over Reese Andy. Hamill's only career losses have come against Rich Franklin, who is the only man to finish Hamill, and Michael Bisping who won a highly controversial split decision over Hamill in London, England at UFC 75. All of Hamill's earlier Octagon wins were over solid opponents. Hamill has wins over Tim Boetsch, Rex Holman, Seth Petruzelli and Jesse Forbes in the UFC. Similar to Jardine, Hamill has his roots in The Ultimate Fighter. Hamill had to bow out of the third season due to injury.




Location: Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Missouri

Broadcast: Showtime


{Heavyweight Championship}
Alistair Demolition Man Overeem (32-11) vs. Brett The Grim Rogers (10-1)

Andrei Pitbull Arlovski (15-7) vs. Antonio Bigfoot Silva (13-2)

Ronaldo Jacare Souza (11-2) vs. Joey Smokin' Villasenor (27-6)

Roger Gracie (2-0) vs. Kevin The Monster Randleman (17-14)

Antwain The Juggernaut Britt (11-3) vs. Rafael Feijao Cavalcante (8-2)


Justin DeMoney (13-2) vs. Jesse Finney (4-0)

Lyle Fancy Pants Beerbohm (13-0) vs. Vitor Shaolin Ribeiro (20-3)

Lee Manimal Brousseau (3-1) vs. Fransisco Kiko France (4-0)

Michael Chandler (2-0) vs. Sal Woods (3-7)

Thomas Aaron (1-2) vs. Erik Steenberg (3-0)

Matt Ricehouse (1-0) vs. Gregory Wilson (0-0)

Darryl Cobb (3-1) vs. Booker DeRousse (2-2)

Good Thing for Roy Nelson It Ain't a Pretty Contest - Big Country and Cheick Kongo To Beat Each Other Up at UFC 116

Cheick Kongo and Roy "Big Country" Nelson are likely for a heavyweight bout underneath the heavyweight bout of all heavyweight bouts at UFC 116: LESNAR VS CARWIN on July 3, 2010 in Las Vegas. On Independence Day weekend, the American Nelson will take on the Frenchman Kongo.

In his last fight, Cheick Kongo (15-6) laid a beating on Paul Buentello like he had something to prove, which he did, coming of back-to-back losses to Frank Mir and Cain Velasquez. Buentello paid dearly for those losses of Kongo and finally tapped away his own UFC career in the third round.

Roy Nelson (15-4) is coming off a wham bam thank you Stefan Struve for getting clobbered fight. Struve got 39 seconds of ring time in before Nelson put him to sleep and won the UFC's Knockout of the Night bonus. Nelson has scored back-to-back stone cold knockouts, starting with Brendan Schaub to win The Ultimate Fighter Season 10. This is a big test for Nelson, and an awesome chance to beat a bigtime opponent on a colossal stage, with the return of PPV megastar Brock Lesnar headlining this event.


BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS 16 -- 4/29/10 Fight Card in Kansas City


Season 2, Week 4

Location: Kansas City Power and Light District in Kansas City, Missouri

Broadcast: Fox Sports Net

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Bryan The Beast Baker (11-1) vs. Sean The Destroyer Loeffler (18-4)

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Matt Major (6-1) vs. Alexander Storm Shlemenko (27-4)

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Jared Hess (10-1) vs. Ryan McGivern (13-6)

[Middleweight Quarterfinal]
Eric Schambari (11-1) vs. Luke Zachrich (9-1)


Rudy Bears (10-4) vs. Brent Weedman (11-4)

Brian Davidson (5-1) vs. Danny Tims (8-2)

Demi Deeds (15-7) vs. Eric Marriott (17-4)

Drew Dober (6-1) vs. Nick Nolte (1-1)

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Sunday, April 25, 2010

WEC 48 RESULTS - Leonard Garcia and The Korean Zombie in Fight of the Year on Spike TV, Followed by Best PPV of Year

WEC 48: ALDO VS FABER was held Saturday April 24, 2010 at the ARCO Arena in Sacramento, California. It was the PPV debut of the WEC, and it couldn't have went any better. The PPV was produced by the UFC team under the Zuffa umbrella, with Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan announcing and Bruce Buffer introducing the fighters. The biggest news to come out of WEC 48 actually involved Strikeforce and the UFC. Current Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Jake Shields was shown on camera quasi-hugging it out with UFC President Dana White, who mouthed the words, "He's mine." Now this could simply be White and Shields coming out of the closet together, or more likely White is referring to the UFC's intention to sign Jake Shields once he becomes a free agent in a couple of months.

Oh, and a f-cking killer fight card was presented by the hottest organization in the fight business right now. From top to bottom, the madness was out of control. In the main event, Jose "Junior" Aldo went 5 rounds with Urijah "The California Kid" Faber in a fight that somewhat resembled UFC 112's Silva-Maia, minus all the douchebaggery of Anderson Silva. Aldo hurt Faber early and often, but wasn't able to close, and lost focus in the last couple of rounds. Faber's leg took a holy hell amount of abuse, as Aldo chopped away at the base of the 30-year-old California Kid. For a man as acclaimed as Aldo is in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, to think of what an intense striking machine he is on his feet, it is true that the featherweights have found their messiah.

Ben "Smooth" Henderson dealt with Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in no time at all. A swift two minutes in and the Cowboy was tappin' to a guillotine choke. Henderson has decimated the WEC lightweight ranks. One wonders how Henderson would stack up against UFC 155-pounders? Introducing a flyweight division into the WEC would allow the UFC to absorb the WEC lightweights and would totally separate any conflict between the two promotions. A lightweight title unification bout could be promoted in the process. A winter 2010 fight between champions Ben Henderson and Frankie Edgar/BJ Penn would be an awesome way to cap off the year.

ASTRA RESULTS - Hidehiko Yoshida Fights Former Student in Farewell Match on 4/25/10 in Japan - Plus Tribute Video

The final chapter of the MMA career of Hidehiko Yoshida was written Sunday April 25, 2010 at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. ASTRA was promoted to celebrate the career of Yoshida, with the legend himself in the main event in his retirement match. Yoshida passed the torch to Kazuhiro Nakamura, his former student, with a unanimous decision loss. In the co-main event, former UFC fighter Michihiro Omigawa won a decision over future UFC fighter Micah Miller. Enson Inoue got his first MMA win in over 6 years, but remarkably only lost once during the same stretch, you do the math. Or don't, this is only Enson's second fight since January 2004. It appeared Ryo "Piranha" Chonan had pulled himself out of the slump he was in, when he got a big win over Andrews Nakahara at DREAM 13, but Jung Hwan Cha put Chonan right back in the slump, both figuratively and literally, with a knockout. Jorge "Gamebred" Masvidal won the closest of close split decisions over Naoyuki Kotani, with the final decision coming down to judge Matsumoto's "must" verdict, after he had the fight a 30-30 tie on his scorecard. The other two judges were split between Masvidal and Kotani.


Kazuhiro Nakamura (14-10) won by UD over Hidehiko Yoshida (9-8). [15:00]

Michihiro Omigawa (10-8) won by UD over Micah Miller (13-4). [15:00]

Enson Inoue (12-8) won by SUB over Antz Nansen (1-1) in R1. [2:10]

Jung Hwan Cha (7-5) won by KO over Ryo Chonan (17-11) in R2. [6:16]

Jorge Masvidal (20-5) won by SD over Naoyuki Kotani (20-10). [15:00]

Daisuke Nakamura (21-12) won by UD over Ganjo Tentsuku (9-5). [15:00]

Yuya Shirai (19-8) won by SUB over Che Mills (8-4) in R1. [3:59]

Akihiko Mori (9-7) won by TKO over Tatsunao Nagakura (5-1) in R1. [1:04]

Baru Harn (1-1) won by UD over Seigo Mizuguchi (7-6). [15:00]

Yusuke Sakashita (7-2) won by TKO over Kenji Nagai (6-11) in R1. [2:04]

Takumi Murata (8-11) won by UD over Ryosuke Komori (4-3). [15:00]

Updated MMA win-loss records with total fight time in brackets.

UD = Unanimous | SD = Split Decision | SUB = Submission | R = Round


PHOTO: Esther Lin -

CFX/XKL EVOLUTION 2 RESULTS - Mayhem in Minneapolis, Minnesota 4/24/10

CFX PRESENTS XKL EVOLUTION II: MAYHEM IN MINNEAPOLIS was held in Minnesota on Saturday April 24, 2010 at the Target Center. The main event featured a heavyweight showdown between Travis "Diesel" Wiuff and Jeff "The Snowman" Monson that lasted 3 rounds. Wiuff was on the right end of a split decision. Late replacement and MMA rookie Adrian Miles fought the legendary Dave Menne in the co-main event, but fell short on the judges' scorecard tally. Hot-and-cold Drew Fickett chocked out fellow journeyman Derrick "The Eraser" Noble. Shana "Rock Solid" Olsen remained undefeated against a strong opponent in Yoko Takahashi. Brock Larson took a positive step in resurrecting his MMA career with a first round submission over Brian "Not Austin" Green. Ironically, had Larson beaten the actual Brian Austin Green in this fight, it would've garnered a lot more mainstream publicity for this PPV. MMA's "Ironman" Travis Fulton added to his insane record with another win, and over a solid opponent in Brad Kohler.


Travis Wiuff (60-14) won by SD over Jeff Monson (33-10). [15:00]

Dave Menne (44-16) won by UD over Adrian Miles (2-1). [15:00]

Drew Fickett (37-13) won by SUB over Derrick Noble (25-14) in R2. [6:09]

Shana Olsen (4-0) won by UD over Yoko Takahashi (14-11). [15:00]

Brendan Seguin (19-17) won by UD over Isaiah Larson (11-5). [15:00]

Matt Delanoit (10-10) won by SUB over Ray Steinbeiss (12-7) in R2. [6:44]

Brock Larson (27-4) won by SUB over Brian Green (18-14) in R1. [4:39]

Ryan Roberts (11-8) won by TKO over Chaz Haag (3-1) in R1. [0:20]

Travis Fulton (193-45) won by KO over Brad Kohler (11-13) in R1. [1:01]

Nathan Schut (5-4) won by SUB over Bobby Ferrier (1-1) in R1. [4:33]

Updated MMA win-loss records with total fight time in brackets.

UD = Unanimous | SD = Split Decision | SUB = Submission | R = Round