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Brad Scott vs. Michael Kuiper

Round 1: Marc Goddard is the referee. Kuiper opening with outside leg kicks, but eats an uppercut which leads to the clinch. Kuiper hits a harai goshi, which plants Scott on his knees, but he stands and reaches for a single on Kuiper, which is also stuffed. They resume clinching. Referee Goddard separates them for inactivity. Scott scores with a body shot and uppercut, then presses Kuiper back into the fence. And just like that, Scott locks up a front choke and taps Kuiper against the cage.

Brad Scott def. Michael Kuiper via submission (guillotine choke) at 4:17 of round 1


Jimy Hettes vs. Robert Whiteford

Round 1: Neal Hall is the referee. Both fighters open southpaw. Hettes is stalking with Whiteford counterstriking a bit before they clinch along the fence. Whiteford attempts a single and then off to a double, but can't get it. He does, however, get thrown with a whizzer. Hettes attempts a forward-facing omaplata, but can't get it. He does, however, transition to Whiteford's back where he locks up a body triangle. Whiteford is able to stand when Hettes lets go of the body triangle, but is taken down again before the round ends. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Hettes

Round 2: Whiteford, looking fatigued, is already pushing his punches while Hettes is bouncing on his toes. Hettes jumps for a cradle off a single leg attempt and moves to the back of Whiteford. Whiteford tries to go two on one with Hettes to establish wrist control, but that allows Hettes to lock up a triangle. Hettes adjusts it and that's all she wrote. Whiteford taps.

Jimy Hettes def. Robert Whiteford via submission (triangle) at 2:17 of round 2


Andy Ogle vs. Cole Miller

Round 1: Leon Roberts is the referee. Both fighters open orthodox. Two beautiful counter rights, now three, landed flush on Ogle's right eye. Ogle then clinches and press Miller into the fence. Ogle hits a head and arm hip toss, but Miller wins the scramble with an underhook and leg ride. He takes Ogle's back from there and locks up the body triangle. Ogle attempting to throw punches behind him, but can't do much but defend.
MMA Fighting scores this fight 10-9 Miller

Round 2: Ogle presses Miller into the fence and is nearly tapped with a power guillotine, but moves to the opposite side and is in Miller's butterfly guard. Miller attempts a triangle, but can't get it. Miller drives Ogle's hips back, then yanks him forward while hanging onto the arms for the armbar. Miller can't finish it from the side, so lets it go and moves to the back again.
MMA Fighting scores this fight 10-9 Miller

Round 3: Ogle is beginning to find his range on Miller and scoring with an overhand right. Ogle scores with a double leg and is landing hard elbows from Miller's guard. Ogle tries to posture up and lands some shots, but Miller is doing a decent job of controlling his posture. Miller attempts an octopus guard back take, but can't complete it. Ogle ends the round on top, but eats one last upkick.
MMA Fighting scores this fight 10-9 Ogle and the fight 29-28 Miller

Cole Miller def. Andy Ogle via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


Rosi Sexton vs. Jessica Andrade

Round 1: The referee is Neal Hall. Andrade opens up with a blizting series of lefts and rights and has Sexton backing up. Andrade scores an outside leg kicks and stuffs a single leg attempt from Sexton. She's also clubbing Sexton when he back is against the fence. Andrade is scoring again with a series of rights, but Sexton is clearly hurt and clinches with the Braziian. Sexton scores with a right of her own, but there's not much to it. And another, but Andrade is still doing damag of her own. Sexton underhooks standing and Andrade uses it for a hip throw. Sexton nearly hits a reversal from half guard, so Andrade back out. Sexton is dropped at the end of the round and eats an illegal knee, but it didn't appear overly powerful.
MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Andrade

Round 2: Andrade opens up with hard punches again, but Sexton is somehow still standing and trying to fire back. HARD inside leg kick now from the Brazilian. Andrade has Sexton against the fence is unloading on her with punches and knees. Andrade is just teeing off on Sexton and this fight has to be closed to being stopped. Jumping knee now from Andrade. Andrade is just battering Sexton, although somehow the Brit scores a single before the final bell.
MMA Fighting scores this round 10-8 Andrade

Round 3: Sexton is trying to exchange, but is still eating a ton of hard punches, although mostly in counter fighting. Sexton scores a nice right, but eats several hard punches in return. Sexton is attempting a number of takedowns and isn't even getting close. As the bell sounds, Sexton's back is along the fence and she's eating shot after shot. A complete and unnecessary beating.
MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Andrade and the fight 30-26

Jessica Andrade def. Rosi Sexton via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-26)



Luke Barnatt vs. Andrew Craig

Round 1: Marc Goddard is the referee. Both open orthodox and Craig is landing hard leg kicks. Barnatt scores with a right hand. Craig drills Barnatt with an overhand right and a weak middle kick. Barnatt pumping the jab, but not doing much with it. Barnatt almost knocks out Craig with a right hand and pounces after a delay, but doesn't finish Craig! He simply doesn't do enough. Unbelievable.
MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Barnatt

Round 2: The two exchange leg kicks and Barnatt is back to pumping the jab. Barnatt connects with a one-two and is doing all the stalking. Craig misses with a front kick and eats a right hand for his efforts. Barnatt cracks Craig again with an uppercut and celebrates too early again, but this time gets Craig's back in the process of a scramble. From there he chokes Craig out with ease.

Luke Barnatt def. Andrew Craig via submission (rear naked choke) at 2:12 of round 2
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Al Iaquinta vs. Piotr Hallmann

Round 1: Leon Roberts. Iaquinta already on a single and now the American is trying to take Hallmann's back as they stand in the clinch. Hallmann escapes and is stalking but eats a body kick. And a right hand. Hallmann lands a left hook and knee to the body. Iaquinta with a jab, but eats a left hook. Hallmann scores a head kick, but it doesn't seem to do too much damage. Iaquinta changing stances back and forth. Both fighters exchange crosses. Iaquinta fakes a shot and lands a deep uppercut, but eats a right hook. Hallmann stuffs two single leg attempts then lands a single leg takedown of his own. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Hallmann
Rnd 2 was Al's, though. Should be a fun 3rd!!
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Round 2: Hallmann scores right away with a right straight. Then an uppercut. Hallmann then secures a single leg, although Iaquinta is able to stand and then the American scores a good left hook. Hallmann lands a knee to the midsection. Good right hook from Iaquinta hurts Hallmann. Another right drops him, but the Polish fighter recovers. Hallmann fails on a shot, but buys himself some time to recover. Head kick scores for Iaquinta, but doesn't do a ton of damage. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Iaquinta

Round 3: Hallmann tries for a double, but Iaquinta whizzers hard to stuff it. Two hard leg kicks from Iaquinta and the American stuffs a double. Iaquinta eats a left hook, but an eye poke temporarily halts the action. The action resumes and Iaquinta lands an overhand right. Hallmann attempts a double, but Iaquinta stuffs it. Iaquinta attempts a takedown and it's stuffed along the fence, but as they separate Iaquinta is all over him. The fight ends with Iaquinta pressuring on top and against the fence.
MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Iaquinta and the bout 29-28 Iaquinta

Al Iaquinta def. Piotr Hallmann via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
Really fun fight to end the prelims.
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Phil Harris vs. John Lineker:

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Round 1: Our third man in the cage is Neal Hall. Lineker misses weight for the third time. Touch of gloves and we're off. Lineker spins Harris around with an inside leg kick. And another. Lineker goes to the outside leg kick and Harris responds with a flurry. Lineker wades inside and connects on a big straight jaw to the jaw. Harris briefly drops but regains his bearings and stands. Lineker catches Harris with a stiff left hook. Harris staggers back then eats a huge right hand. Harris drops! Lineker swarms with punches. Harris retakes his feet and fires back, but he looks out. Lineker takes his time, then blasts Harris with a right hook to the body! Whoa, that's it. This one is over.

John Lineker def. Phil Harris via TKO (punches) at 2:51 of round 1.
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Samara vs. Musoke

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Round 1: Marc Goddard is our referee. Sakara opens with a flurry that staggers Musoke. Sakara powers Musoke to the mat, then stands. Musoke stumbles Sakara with a hard counter. Huge exchange from both men. Musoke muscles Sakara against the fence then trips him, landing in full guard. Sakara working short elbows from the bottom. Musoke advances into half guard. Sakara explodes into top position then stands and rains down punches. Big flurry from Sakara, who then dives into top position. Out of nowhere, Musoke throws up an armbar and catches it belly down! Boom, that's it. Sakara frantically taps. So slick.

Nicholas Musoke def. Alessio Sakara via submission (armbar) at 3:07 of round 1.
So pissed I missed this one!

Parke vs. Tuck

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Round 1: Referee Leon Roberts oversees the action. We're off. Both men go high early. Parke blasts Tuck's midsection with a pair of kicks. Tuck eats a big straight left then closes the distance. Parke unloads a flurry. Parke turned away and called to Roberts for an eyepoke, and instead of waiting Tuck charged inside with a high kick. Tuck turns it on and stalks forward with straight punches. Parke firing off short counters. Slow battle so far. Tuck peppers from the outside then barely misses a high kick. Parke rips into Tuck with a counter left. Parke changes levels and slams Tuck to the canvas at the horn. MMA Fighting scores it 10-9 Parke.

Round 2: Tuck circles and eats a steady barrage of straight punches, answering with a hard kick to the body. Parke stalking forward, turning it on. Another lightning quick left counter from Parke. Tuck is fading. Parke wades inside and connects on a three-punch flurry. Another flurry backs up Tuck. Parke letting his hands go now, landing that left hand over and over. Tuck launches a flying knee to the body. Parke continues to stalk forward with combinations. Parke dodges a superman punch then cracks Tuck with a left uppercut. MMA Fighting scores it 10-9 Parke. (20-18 Parke.)

Round 3: Tuck's corner told him that he needs a finish. They're probably right. Wild capoeira kick misses from Parke. Tuck appears hesitant. Parke eats a right and shakes his head. Tuck starts to open up, Parke fires right back. Parke connects on a nice inside uppercut. Parke cracks Tuck with a left that makes him drop his mouthpiece. Inexplicably Tuck bends down to pick it up. Parke pours on the strikes while Tuck reinserts his mouthpiece. Weird sequence there. Tuck eats another uppercut. 90 seconds left and Tuck finds a home for a combination. Parke still stalking forward, lands a stiff right hand. Parke is relentless from the outside. Another big flurry inside from Parke. Parke whiffs on a few wild kicks at the horn. MMA Fighting scores it 10-9 Parke. (30-27 Parke.)

Norman Parke def. Jon Tuck via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
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Whoa! What happened to Jimmo's ankle?
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Jimmo vs. Manuwa

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Round 1: Referee Neal Hall is our third man inside the Octagon. Jimmo bullrushes out and unloads a salvo. Manuwa fends off the assault and connects on a straight right. Jimmo muscles Manuwa agains the cage. Jimmo works short punches and knees until Hall splits the fighters. Manuwa cracks Jimmo with a hard knee, then powers him against the fence. Manuwa content to play his clinch game with heavy knees to the thigh. Jimmo reverses position and the boos start raining down from this Manchester crowd. Manuwa reverses. Hall splits it up. Manuwa connects on a hard low kick, Jimmo fires back a flurry. Manuwa stalks forward and lands a hook kick. Jimmo circles right then storms forward with a left. Manuwa tags Jimmo with his own left. MMA Fighting scores it 10-9 Manuwa.

Round 2: Jimmo immediately clinches and muscles Manuwa against the fence. More boos. Manuwa tries to explode out but eats a big knee in the process. Hall splits it up and Manuwa wastes no time blasting Jimmo with a kick to the body. Another one lands flush for Manuwa. Manuwa dives back into the clinch but Jimmo reverses against the fence. Low blow cracks Jimmo. Hall gives him time to recover and we're back. Jimmo wades inside and Manuwa winds up with his back once again against the fence. Hall isn't having it, he splits the fight up. Manuwa pressures forward and this time it's Jimmo with his back to the fence. Jimmo looks for a trip. Manuwa defends then cracks Jimmo with a hard knee. Jimmo backpedals then collapses. Whoa, looked like an injury, maybe Jimmo's knee or achilles. Tough way to end a fight.

Jimi Manuwa def. Ryan Jimmo via TKO (injury) at 4:41 of round two.
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What an idiot. Guillard just landed two knees to the head while Ross was clearly "downed".
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Guillard vs. Pearson

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Round 1: Referee Marc Goddard oversees the action. Guillard ducks under a job and fires off a leg kick. Pearson answers with one of his own. Guillard cracks Pearson with a one-two. Guillard starting to open up now. Pearson ducks under a shot and stalks forward. Guillard catches Pearson's flying knee and blasts Pearson with a pair of knees. Not sure if those were legal or not. Goddard jumps in instantly. Guillard is livid. And they're stopping this fight on cuts. Huge gash across Pearson's forehead. Weird turn of events here in Manchester.

Ross Pearson vs. Melvin Guillard declared no contest due to illegal blow in round one.
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Lyoto ends it in the 1st with a head kick. Holds back to let the ref stop it before delivering extra punishment to his buddy.
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