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flo 12-06-2013 11:43 PM

Here we go, folks!

Ben Wall vs. Alex Garcia

Round 1:
The referee is Cameron Quinn. Both fighters open orthodox. Garcia lands a left hook backing up and a blitzing uppercut. Garcia stops a single and is finding a home for the right hand. Garcia cracks Wall with just a thudding uppercut that drops Wall forward and before he can land, Garcia cracks him with another right. That's all she wrote. Wall is out cold.

Alex Garcia def. Ben Wall via KO at :43 of round 1

Great start! :w00t: Hope it's an exciting night of fights down under.

flo 12-07-2013 01:01 AM

Bruno Santos vs. Krzysztof Jotko

Round 1:
The referee in charge is John Sharp. Jotko opens southpaw while Santos is orthodox. Both fighters exchange body kicks with Santos getting the better of it. Jotko reaches with a left and it lands, but he eats a left leg kick for his efforts. Santos reaches for a takedown, but can't get it as he presses Jotko into the fence. Santos attempts an outside trip, but Jotko countered by using it as an inside trip and landed on top. Both fighters stand, but Jotko is whipped around off a failed trip, although he recovers and is back to pressing Santos into the fence. Santos briefly lands a takedown, but as Jotko recovers he eats a right hand. The referee breaks them up. Santos presses Jotko into the fence.

Round 2:
Jotko scores with an outside leg kick as Santos stalks. Lunging body shot lands for Santos, but he is hit with a short right hand. Santos clinches again with Jotko and is pressing him into the fence. They separate and there's not a lot of action happening here. Jotko lands with a left and counter right, but Santos does score with a shot of his own and is now clinching again against the fence. Jotko reverses and is pressing Santos into the fence. Just before the bell, a short left from Jotko drops Santos and the Brazilian is now eating a fair number of shots.

Round 3:
Jotko is the aggressor and pressing Santos into the fences, but Santos changes fortunes, lifts Jotko and dumps him to the mat. He's now working from Jotko's guard. Santos hits a knee cut pass and is in side control. Jotko tries to escape and Santos takes his back. Jotko, however, spins into him and is now working on top. Santos tries an arm triangle from his own full guard, but he doesn't have it. Jotko lands a nice elbow as the round expires.

Krzysztof Jotko def. Bruno Santos via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

flo 12-07-2013 01:03 AM

Richie Vaculik vs. Justin Scoggins

Round 1:
Scoggins opens southpaw while Vaculik is orthodox and right away Scoggins is kicking from the side. He's in on a single and uses it to snatch Vaculik to the mat. He's working from Vaculik's open guard. Vaculik uses an underhook to stand, but Scoggins cracks him with a right hook as he tries to scramble away. Vaculik is up on his feet again, but Scoggins is all over him. Hard elbow from Scoggins as he pummels in and lands a snatch double against the fence. Scoggins moves to mount. but Vaculik hip escapes. Scoggins beats him in a scramble again and takes the back. Scoggins is all over him and the referee stops it as Vaculik is recovering position. Questionable stoppage, although Scoggins was giving him the business.

Justin Scoggins def. Richie Vaculik via TKO (strikes) at 4:43 of round 1

flo 12-07-2013 01:31 AM

Nick Ring vs. Caio Magalhaes

Round 1:
The referee in charge of the action is Cameron Quinn. Ring is southpaw while Magalhaes is orthodox. Inside leg kick for Ring, but the Brazilian responds with a body kick. Ring scores an outside leg kick, but eats a right hand counter for Magalhaes. An eye poke temporarily stops the action, but the bout is quickly re-started. Outside leg kick now for Magalhaes. Ring initiates a 50/50 clinch along the fence, but they separate. Magalhaes shoots a double with no set-up and Ring easily stuffs it. They stay clinched as they stand, however, and Magalhaes is pressuring the Canadian into the fence. Ring secures a Thai clinch and is landing several hard knees to both sides of Magalhaes' body. Two hard elbows from Ring and he's in on a single, which works. Ring wins a takedown scramble and ends up on top, but the Brazilian recovers base and they stand before the end of the round.

Round 2:
Magalhaes shoots from a million miles away and is easily stuffed. Ring tries a counter shot, can't get it, but changes the angle on it perpendicularly and gets it. Ring attempts a cross-body Americana, but can't get it and is reversed. Ring trying to stay active on bottom with a butterfly guard, but moves to full guard. Magalhaes landing some shots on top, but nothing significant. Ring attempting to create space and off balance moments for a sweep, but can't quite get there. Ring is working wrist control for a triangle, but can't quite get it.

Round 3:
Front body kick for Magalhaes as well as an outside leg kick. And another. The fighters trade a number of shots, most of them missing. Two-punch combo scores for Magalhaes and the Brazilian is on top of an exhausted Ring in the Canadian's butterfly guard. Strangely, the ref stands them up, but Ring is trying to finish a double and can't quite get there. And in a scramble, the referee is standing them up. And they're right back where they found themselves before as Ring is in on a shot. Magalhaes moves hip to hip and lands hammerfists as the round ends.

Caio Magalhaes def. Nick Ring (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


flo 12-07-2013 01:59 AM

Takeya Mizugaki vs. Nam Phan

Round 1:
Both fighters open orthodox and they're swinging early with Pham scoring a nice liver shot. Mizugaki returns the favor. And another. And another. Mizugaki is far more active and uses a flurry to change levels into a double against the fence. Phan goes down, but is trying to stand and eats monster right hands on the way up. Mizugaki in on another double, which he secures. Phan gets to his feet again, but not without another crushing right hand from Mizugaki. Mizugaki scores two rights and now a left and a body shot. And another. And another plus an overhand right.

Round 2:
Mizugaki charges in behind a barrage of punches and fails on a takedown, but is all over Phan. A left hook absolutely ROCKS Phan and Mizugaki pours it on with a huge flurry of punches. The pace of the fight slows and Mizugaki's shot is repelled by Phan. Phan scores with a right and is in on a single, but can't get it. Phan locks up a kimura grip, but Mizugaki is behind him and manages to drag him to the mat temporarily. Good left hook to the body for Phan. And another. And a left hook that cracks Mizugaki. Two-punch combo works for the Japanese fighter.

Round 3:
Phan lands a sneaky left over the top, but Mizugaki drills a body shot home. Mizugaki in on a shot, but can't get it and he eats a hard left. Mizugaki is hurt, but still standing. The fighters trade hard lefts and Phan scores another liver shot. Mizugaki stuns Phan with a left of his own. And now Phan returns with two lefts to crack Mizugaki. Two hard lefts to the body and head from Mizugaki. Both fighters catch the other off balance. Mizugaki and Phan are trading shot for shot and Phan sprawls out on a takedown attempt from Mizugaki. Thudding left hook from Mizugaki stuns Phan. The two end the round trading punches.

Takeya Mizugaki def. Nam Phan via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-28)

flo 12-07-2013 02:40 AM

Julie Kedzie vs. Bethe Correia

Round 1:
The referee in charge of the action is Steve Perceval. Both fighters open orthodox. Both trade punches that miss, but are being thrown with speed and authority. Kedzie staying busy with lead kicks to the body and legs. Correia lands a left hook. Correia scores two leg kicks in and out, but Kedzie cracks Correia with a right hand. Kedzie whiffs on a spinning back fist, but just barely. Correia pushes Kedzie into the fence, but breaks free. Hard left hook from Correia finds the mark. The two clinch again. Kedzie lands a short knee and they break. Correia drops for a single then into a double and sort of gets it as Kedzie sits to the mat as the bell sounds.

Round 2:
Both fighters still utilizing a lot of movement, but Correia times a left hand perfectly. Nice left hook counter from Kedzie finds the mark. The fighters trade in the pocket with both making contact. Beautiful front kick sits Correia to the mat temporarily, but now they clinch against the fence. Hard right hand from Correia crashes into Kedzie and she's pressing the American into the fence again. Spinning back kick lands for Kedzie. Correia shoots a double and uses it to press Kedzie into the fence.

Round 3:
Correia makes contact to start the round. Kedzie lands a right in response. Decent right hand now for the Brazilian. Correia catches a kick and trips Kedzie to the mat. Kedzie scoots back to the fence, but open space allows Kedzie to land some left hands as she stands. Good one-two combo from Correia and Kedzie tries to respond with a flurry. Correia staying busy, but a lot of punches being blocked. Side kick lands for Kedzie and the two end on a flurry.

Bethe Correia def. Julie Kedzie via split decision (29-28 Correia, 29-28 Kedzie, 29-28 Correia)

flo 12-07-2013 03:01 AM

Dylan Andrews vs. Clint Hester

Round 1:
Cameron Quinn is the referee. Hester cracks Andrews off the bat. He lands a shot to the body and a knee up the middle. Andrews tags him with a right, however, and uses a body lock to trip him to the mat. Hester uses the underhook to sit out, but Andrews tries to sit in for a guillotine and can't get it. Hester on top now in Andrews' half guard. Andrews uses an underhook to stand and almost takes Hester down again, but finally gets it.

Round 2:
Andrews in on a single and can't get it and responds with a right hand counter. Hester chases down a double and is working from top with a decent short elbow for Hester. Now a right hand. And more GNP, but Andrews has double underhooks and is hanging on for dear life. Hester moves into side control after nearly getting his back taken. He crushes Andrews with a series of rights as the Andrews stands.

Clint Hester def. Dylan Andrews via TKO (doctor stoppage, injury) at 5:00 of round 2

YEEOUCHHHH!!! :scared0011:

flo 12-07-2013 03:22 AM

Pat Barry vs. Soa Palelei

Round 1:
Steve Perceval is the referee in charge of the action. Both fighters open orthodox. Palelei right away clinches, but Barry digs an underhook and gets away. Barry now in southpaw. And now back to orothodox. Barry lands a flying knee, but is taken down. Barry lacks up a kimura grip, but as soon as he gets it into half guard Palelei escapes. Palelei moves into mount and stops Barry with a barrage of punches as he goes unconscious.

Soa Palelei def. Pat Barry via KO at 2:09 of round 1

Wow! I picked Pat to win but I'm glad the NZ'er took it! He handled Barry with no problem at all, I think Dana will definitely have him on another card before too long. :punch:

F34R 12-07-2013 03:29 AM

Man, I was really scared for Pat when I saw the size difference... goodness. I feel bad for him, and glad he's ok.

flo 12-07-2013 03:46 AM


Originally Posted by F34R (Post 203156)
Man, I was really scared for Pat when I saw the size difference... goodness. I feel bad for him, and glad he's ok.

I'm glad he's ok too. I hope we can say the same for Perosh, he took a beating as well.

Ryan Bader vs. Anthony Perosh

Round 1:
John Sharp is the referee in charge of the action. Both fighters open orthodox. Left hook from Bader stuns Perosh, but he's up and striking. Hard body kick from Bader and the wrestler uses right hands on a fallen Perosh to tag him brutally. An uppercut from Bader is drilling the Australian. Perosh falls over, literally, on a failed takedown attempt and Bader is making him pay. Perosh tries to stand and does as they separate. Jab now from Bader and Perosh is winging shots. Bader ducks under a punch and scores a takedown. Bader lands a flying punch into the guard of Perosh and a crushing right elbow.

Round 2:
Jab for Bader to start the frame. Perosh trying to charge in with punches and Bader takes him to the mat. Bader is punishing Perosh on top with elbows against the fence from half guard. Now a left hand on top and Perosh is all defense here. Bader spends the rest of the round completely controlling position and pounding on the Australian with nearly every kind of strike imaginable. Perosh in nothing but defensive mode.

Round 3:
Bader lands two short left hooks that score and literally uses an underhook to turn Perosh over. Bader on top now picking up where he left off, this time working from side control. Bader is trying to pour it on and somehow Perosh is hanging on, but it's ugly at this point. Perosh is being completely abused.

Sheesh, one judge scored it 30-26. I don't think we'll be seeing Anthony Perosh in the octagon again.

Ryan Bader def. Anthony Perosh via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

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