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MattHughesRocks
09-19-2009, 05:31 AM
I just heard...first round knock out:w00t: I'll post more as I get details...unless someone else has some?? :w00t:

Chuck
09-19-2009, 05:42 AM
I just heard...first round knock out:w00t: I'll post more as I get details...unless someone else has some?? :w00t:

Tim who???? :Whistle:

MattHughesRocks
09-19-2009, 05:49 AM
Very funny not :angry:

Chuck
09-19-2009, 05:54 AM
Very funny not :angry:

Sorry... I'm sure his victory over some school age kid or Girl Scout was impressive...

Tim could cure Cancer for all I care... he's still a putz.....

Chuck
09-19-2009, 06:00 AM
Tim Sylvia and Houston Alexander back in winner's circle at Adrenaline MMA IV
by Dann Stupp and Bruce "PhyteGuru" Huckfeldt on Sep 19, 2009 at 12:20 am ET
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa – Two fighters desperately in need of victories got them at Friday's Adrenaline MMA show.

Tim Sylvia (25-6) stopped Jason Riley (6-2), and fellow UFC veteran Houston Alexander (9-4) shut down Sherman Pendergarst (11-15) in a pair of first-round TKO victories.

The fights co-headlined "Adrenaline IV: Sylvia vs. Riley," which took place in front of an estimated crowd of 2,000 at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The night's main card aired live on HDNet.

Although looking in questionable shape at a less-than-svelte 287 pounds, Sylvia had little trouble with his opponent. The former UFC heavyweight champion, fighting for the first time since his embarrassing nine-second knockout loss to 48-year-old boxer Ray Mercer in June, continually battered Riley with one-two combinations and quick strikes from the clinch.

Sylvia finally ended it when he clipped Riley with a left hand that sent the Ohio-based fighter crashing to the mat. The referee called a halt to the bout at 2:32 of the first round.

The victory was Sylvia's first in nearly two years; following a unanimous-decision win over Brandon Vera at UFC 77 in October 2007, the former worldwide top-10 heavyweight suffered three consecutive losses, all via stoppage.

Meanwhile, Alexander, a Nebraskan who received arguably the night's biggest ovation, fed off the crowd's energy and instantly went to work on his opponent's legs. A quick succession of low kicks wobbled Pendergarst, and Alexander rushed in to deliver a series of knees to the body once he sensed the damage.

Pendergarst ultimately crashed to the mat and covered up to protect himself. Alexander, who moved up to heavyweight for the fight, briefly followed with punches before the referee called a stop to the lopsided affair at 1:51 of the first round.

As MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) reported after Alexander's booking for the Adrenaline event, the popular fighter remains under contract to the UFC. However, with three consecutive losses since he splashed onto the UFC scene with violent knockouts of Keith Jardine and Alessio Sakara, Alexander needed a victory, something that's eluded him for the past two years.

Pendergarst, meanwhile, continues his oh-so-brutal skid. "The Tank" earned a shot in the UFC after launching his career with an 8-3 record. However, since his loss to Antoni Hardonk at UFC 65, Pendergarst has floundered with five straight losses and 11 defeats in his past 14 fights.

Also picking up victories on the night's undercard were two UFC vets. Forrest Petz (15-7), just 2-6 since a win over Sammy Morgan in his August 2006 octagon debut, topped fellow ex-UFC fighter Chad Reiner (21-9) in a lopsided bout. Petz did damage with early blows, and a winded Reiner never recovered. A big right hand put Reiner on the mat and forced a TKO stoppage at 2:28 of the first round.

Joe Vedepo (8-3), meanwhile, moved to 8-1 in non-UFC bouts with a swift and stunning 14-second knockout of Webster Farris (2-1). The Iowa-based fighter, who competed for the first time since a 0-2 stint in the UFC, connected on a right hand that instantly knocked Farris out cold and left him struggling to regain consciousness.

The full event results included:

* Tim Sylvia def. Jason Riley via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 2:32
* Houston Alexander def. Sherman Pendergarst via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 1:51
* Jeremy Lang def. Matt Delanoit via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27)
* Alonzo Martinez def. Ryan Williams via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
* Joe Vedepo def. Webster Farris via KO - Round 1, 0:14
* Forrest Petz def. Chad Reiner via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 2:28
* Jimmy Seipel def. Bob Tuttle via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 1, 2:59
* Jordan Johnson def. Ryan Shell via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
* Dakota Cochran def. Bill Holcumb via TKO (strikes) - Round 1, 1:25
* Todd Meneely def. Cory McDonald via submission (Americana choke) - Round 2, 1:38
* John Hanson def. Dean Bradley via TKO (strikes) - Round 3, 1:19
* Danny Black def. Matt Bentley via submission (triangle choke) - Round 2, 1:49
* Marcos Marquez def. Dustin Smith via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 2, 2:22

MattHughesRocks
09-19-2009, 06:07 AM
:tongue0011:

MattHughesRocks
09-19-2009, 06:08 AM
(HW) Tim Sylvia vs. Jason Riley
Riley said he’s going to put Tim back in a wheelchair - just like he was after the Ray Mercer fight. Tim said if he can’t beat this guy he should just hang it up. Strong words Tim. Riley said he would have fought Sylvia for free. Riley said he wants to put an end to Sylvia’s career, has no respect for him. Riley said Sylvia is not nice to the fans. He said he met Tim a few years ago and he was a d*ck. Tim is on a three fight losing streak. This is a must win. Riley is 6-1 coming into the fight. Tim is weighing in at 287 lbs. His chest is unshaven and he looks almost like the photo above.
Round 1 - Riley lands a right hand to the jaw. Elbow by riley. Tim lands a shot. They clinch up. Riley puts him against the cage. Knee to the body by Tim. Shots to the body from the clinch by Tim. They break upu and move back to the center. Tim is throwing that jab out there. Riley throws a big overhand right that misses. Riley wants that KO. Tim is doing a better job boxing. Leg kick by Riley. Nice left hook by Tim drops Riley to the mat, Tim follows him down and finishes him off with a number of right hand hammerfists. Tim picked him apart. Tim still hits hard. Mezger said Riley bit off more than he could chew. Sylvia landed 87% of his strikes. OFFICIAL RESULT: Tim Sylvia defeats Jason Riley by TKO (strikes) Round 1 (2:32). Sylvia said he’s back, he’s done with boxing, and will be focusing on MMA. His next fight may be in Japan. He thanked Bas Rutten and Mark Delagrotte for helping him train for the fight.

http://promma.info/index.php/2009/09/18/adrenaline-mma-iv-play-by-play-commentary-and-results/

matthughesfan21
09-19-2009, 07:31 AM
wow jason riley? maybe for his next fight they will give him a step in competition and he'll fight a 1st grader

GnP
09-19-2009, 12:22 PM
"The fights co-headlined "Adrenaline IV: Sylvia vs. Riley," which took place in front of an estimated crowd of 2,000 at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The night's main card aired live on HDNet."

Dear Lord Timmy where did it all go wrong :laugh:

kevint13
09-19-2009, 02:41 PM
I watched it on HDNet last night....Tim looked good. He was throwing some great knees!

He needs to get the weight down though, he weighed in at over 280!

There wasn't much to Houston's fight, he leg kicked the guy over and over until he dropped.

VCURamFan
09-19-2009, 03:27 PM
"The fights co-headlined "Adrenaline IV: Sylvia vs. Riley," which took place in front of an estimated crowd of 2,000 at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The night's main card aired live on HDNet."

Dear Lord Timmy where did it all go wrong :laugh:
Right about here:
http://i40.tinypic.com/4t696x.jpg

VCURamFan
09-19-2009, 03:33 PM
Just for you, Michelle (& you too, Jenn, if you're lurking out there, somewhere):

Sylvia vs. Riley
http://www.b3ta.cr3ation.co.uk/data/gif/bigtim.gif

Full fight: http://mmalinker.com/videos/view/21199/Tim_Sylvia_vs_Jason_Riley_Adrenaline_IV

que
09-19-2009, 04:20 PM
i'm not usually one to say work, but that looked like a work if i ever saw one. i can't see what made that guy go down like that. the uppercut completely missed him and the second one might have missed him too. if not it was barely even a glancing blow. it reminds me of kimbo vs bo cantrell

MattHughesRocks
09-19-2009, 04:31 PM
Thanks Ben. Man Tim is as big as my car! If he really wants to come back he needs to drop some weight :scared0015:

Glad he won! :happydancing:

VCURamFan
09-19-2009, 04:44 PM
i'm not usually one to say work, but that looked like a work if i ever saw one. i can't see what made that guy go down like that. the uppercut completely missed him and the second one might have missed him too. if not it was barely even a glancing blow. it reminds me of kimbo vs bo cantrell
It looks like it might have clipped him behind the ear & you can see Jason's left leg go wobbly as he tries to plant it. I don't think it was a work, but I could easily see it as Jason taking the easy way out. He thought Tim was a awshed-up has been he could build a career on & when it turned out otherwise, he realized he had bit off more than he could chew.

matthughesfan21
09-19-2009, 07:22 PM
"The fights co-headlined "Adrenaline IV: Sylvia vs. Riley," which took place in front of an estimated crowd of 2,000 at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The night's main card aired live on HDNet."

Dear Lord Timmy where did it all go wrong :laugh:
well it was a has been vs. a never will be, so the crowd was somewhat expected

GnP
09-19-2009, 08:24 PM
Right about here:
http://i40.tinypic.com/4t696x.jpg

Hahah quality

huan
09-19-2009, 09:57 PM
i'm not usually one to say work, but that looked like a work if i ever saw one. i can't see what made that guy go down like that. the uppercut completely missed him and the second one might have missed him too. if not it was barely even a glancing blow. it reminds me of kimbo vs bo cantrell

honestly I thought it looked like he got paid to take a dive too. seeing it in real time changed my mind though. also, is Tim trying some kind of new evisceration technique as the ref is pushing him off?

http://i35.tinypic.com/29curtk.jpg

VCURamFan
09-20-2009, 05:52 AM
I'm sorry, I know it's not technically his fault, but Tim always looks like a new-born foal trying out its legs for the first time. That's the most awkward, uncomfortable looking stance I've seen in a long time.:laugh:

Chuck
09-20-2009, 01:13 PM
I'm sorry, I know it's not technically his fault, but Tim always looks like a new-born foal trying out its legs for the first time. That's the most awkward, uncomfortable looking stance I've seen in a long time.:laugh:

I've always said he looks like a giraffe on ice skates...

MattHughesRocks
09-20-2009, 04:21 PM
Excuse me Long Tall Sally? :huh:


I'm sorry, I know it's not technically his fault, but Tim always looks like a new-born foal trying out its legs for the first time. That's the most awkward, uncomfortable looking stance I've seen in a long time.:laugh:

Chuck
09-20-2009, 04:57 PM
Excuse me Long Tall Sally? :huh:

OMG now that's just funny right there stick boy!!!!

KENTUCKYREDBONE
09-21-2009, 08:39 AM
well it was a has been vs. a never will be, so the crowd was somewhat expected


I don't see a former UFC champ with multiple Title defences as a never has been or never will be! As for Jason Reilly I think he's got good potential. Get him with the right camp and a bit more experience he may just get pretty good. I don't think it was a work either. Getting hit in the side of the head by a guy that big should rattle your brains abit! While I never had anything against Silvia I wasn't a huge fan of his. However I'm hoping he makes a real good comeback to prove his haters wrong. But then again I don't hold it against him that he's tall and awkward looking!

bj44
09-21-2009, 02:11 PM
i'm not usually one to say work, but that looked like a work if i ever saw one. i can't see what made that guy go down like that. the uppercut completely missed him and the second one might have missed him too. if not it was barely even a glancing blow. it reminds me of kimbo vs bo cantrell

your right and the vitor/rich fight from sat was a work too :rolleyes:

VCURamFan
09-21-2009, 05:04 PM
Excuse me Long Tall Sally? :huh:
Hey, I'm a midget compared to Big Tim!! Don't get me wrong, I like Tim & know he'd knock the bejeezus outta me, but I still think he looks goofy!:laugh:

que
09-21-2009, 05:43 PM
your right and the vitor/rich fight from sat was a work too :rolleyes:

vitor actually landed 3 solid shots directly to the temple of rich before rich even went down. sylvia completely missed on the uppercut and the hook might have missed him too. and the way the dude fell looked just like when bo cantrell faked his fall. either the fight was a work or the dude got scared and took a dive like bo and was practically tapping on the way down. sorry but this ending was nothing like the franklin/vitor ending

matthughesfan21
09-21-2009, 07:00 PM
I don't see a former UFC champ with multiple Title defences as a never has been or never will be! As for Jason Reilly I think he's got good potential. Get him with the right camp and a bit more experience he may just get pretty good. I don't think it was a work either. Getting hit in the side of the head by a guy that big should rattle your brains abit! While I never had anything against Silvia I wasn't a huge fan of his. However I'm hoping he makes a real good comeback to prove his haters wrong. But then again I don't hold it against him that he's tall and awkward looking!

I don't think you read my post right...I never said time was a never has been or never will be....I said he is a has been(which means he is no longer the fighter he once was), Jason Riley IS a never will be

David_Banner
09-23-2009, 02:40 AM
wow jason riley? maybe for his next fight they will give him a step in competition and he'll fight a 1st grader


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