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Phil Harris vs. Darren Uyenoyama
Nick Gamst is the referee for the card's opening fight. Uyenoyama comes charging out of the gate and assumes Octagon control. Soon thereafter, he clinches Harris against the cage. They switch position several times before Harris scores a takedown. Uyenoyama right back to his feet, but Harris is dogged in going for another takedown. Uyenoyama fights it, but Harris gets the sweep and the takedown. Uyenoyama manages to maneuver Harris into a solid triangle choke, but Harris manages to pop out and get back to his feet. Uyenoyama goes for a somersault kick. Uyenoyama throws occasional kicks in the final minute. Stronger finish for the latter, but Harris early work makes the difference.
Opening minute features both guys throwing occasional single strikes, DU with kicks and Harris with right hands. Uyenoyama bulls forward, throws a knee, and sends Harris back against the fence. Harris goes for a takedown, but Uyenoyama manages to turn it into a rolling Kimura, briefly gets Harris' back, and ends up in top position with two minutes left. DU again gets Harris' back, gets his hooks in for a rear naked choke, and that's it, as Harris taps.
Darren Uyenoyama def. Phil Harris via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:38 of round two.
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Diego Nunes vs. Bart Palaszewski
Nunes has long been know as a defense-first fighter, but he tags Palaszewksi with a big right hand and chases after him, landing another blow which opens a cut over his left eye. But the veteran Palaszewski swiftly manuevers Nunes into a triangle choke. while it's tight, Nunes manages to hang on. Nunes still in the triangle, but not nearly as tight. Two minutes into the fight. Nunes finally pops free and