Ringside Report Radio February 7, 2014. Now online

This is the Febuary 7, 2014 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon and Fred Garcia with Glen McKenzie.

Simon and Garcia discussed Jon Jones voicing displeasure with his marketing by the UFC and the comparison to Ronda Rousey.

Simon and Garcia talked about Thiago Silva’s arrest and the latest charges he is facing.

All this and much more MMA on this 1-hour episode.

Weekend in Fights! February 2nd Edition

This Weekend in Fights! (February 2nd, 2013) WIF FEB 2featured Bellator 87, the annual Superbowl weekend card with UFC 156, Legacy Fighting Championship 17,  and ONE FC 7.

Bellator 87 kicked of the weekend with the opening round of the season 8 Lightweight tournament at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Eight men entered, four advanced. David Rickels outlasted and scored a gassed out Lloyd Woodard. Quebec’s Guillaume De Lorenzi was knocked in 31-seconds by last minute replacement Saad Awad after Patricky Freire pulled out of the tournament. Will Brooks out wrestled Ricardo Tirloni to advance with a unanimous decision, and Thiago Michel was submitted by Alexander Sarnavskiy with a rear-naked choke in the second round. (Full Bellator 87 event results below.)

On Friday night Legacy FC held their 17th event at  Cowboys Dancehall in San Antonio, Texas.The main event featured Bellator and Sengoku veteran Dan Hornbuckle versus UFC, TKO, veteran Pete Spratt. Hornbuckle would snap his two-fight losing skid with a unanimous decision over Spratt, who sees his two-fight win streak come to an end. Younger brother of Middleweight UFC veteran Jake Rosholt, Heavyweight Jared Rosholt bounced back from a knockout loss in his last fight. The 2010 NCAA Division I runner up picked up a unanimous decision over Richard Odoms. (Full Legacy FC 17 event results below.)

The weekend’s main attraction was UFC 156 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every Superbowl weekend the UFC holds one of their biggest cards of the year, and they did not disappoint. In a “Superfight” UFC Featherweight champion squared off against former UFC Lightweight champion Frankie Edgar for the title. Champion Jose Aldo would walk away with a unanimous decision to retain his title in a five round war that should have crowned Edgar as champion. Unable to finish Aldo, Edgar was once again handed a loss due to the judges.

In the co-main event Antonio Rogerio Nogueira picked a huge win over Rashad Evans. Lil Nog scored a unanimous decision victory against a fighter who has “lost his smile” since losing to Jon Jones. Damien Maia continues to impress at Welterweight with his fourth straight victory and his biggest one in the division to date. Maia defeated longtime Welterweight kingpin Jon Fitch by unanimous decision.

In the biggest shocker of the night the returning Alistair Overeem was knocked out in the third round by Antonio Silva. No one gave Silva a chance going into this bout, and he had clearly lost rounds  one and two. Overeem appeared to be on his way to a unanimous decision victory, when Silva rushed at him in the opening one minute with a relentless combination of strikes. Against the cage Overeem had nowhere to run, and was dropped and finished at the 25-second mark. (Full UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar event results below.) 

Also on Saturday, ONE FC 7 took place at the Putra Indoor Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The main event featured the crowning of the inaugural ONE FC Featherweight  title; the bout was a reschedule one that should have taking place at ONE FC 6, but was cut due to  time constraints. Honorio Banario captured the title with a fourth round TKO due to an eye injury against Eric Kelly.

ONE FC kicked off the Malaysia National Featherweight championship tournament with two bouts in the opening round. Jian Kai Chee picked up a unanimous decision over A.J. Lias Mansor to advance, while Melvin Yoeh submitted Raymond Tiew in the second round with a triangle choke to advance. In the Bantamweight Grand Prix quarterfinal on the card Thanh Vu made quick work of last minute replacement Mohd Yeoh with a barrage of knees and punches to end the bout 63-seconds in. Vu now joins semifinalist’s Jens Pulver, Masakatsu Ueda, and Kevin Belingon. (Full ONE FC 7: Return of Warriors event results below.)


Thursday Night Fights –


Bellator 87 results:Bellator-87-Poster

David Rickels def. Lloyd Woodard via unanimous decision – lightweight-tourney opening round

Saad Awad def. Guillaume De Lorenzi via KO (punmch) – 0:31 – Round 1 – lightweight-tourney opening round

Will Brooks def. Ricardo Tirloni via unanimous decision – lightweight-tourney opening round

Alexander Sarnavskiy def. Thiago Michel via submission (rear-naked choke) – 3:43 – Round 2 – lightweight-tourney opening round

Spike.com prelims:

Jason Fischer def. Sevak Magakian via submission (rear-naked choke) – 3:37 – Round 1

Ben Lagman vs. Sam Quito via submission (kneebar) – 3:54 – Round 2

James J.P. Reese def. David Shepard via unanimous decision

Karl Etherington def. Jason Fish via TKO (retirement) – 3:45 – Round 1

Amir Khillah def. John Schulz via submission (rear-naked choke) – 4:34 – Round 1

Tony Zelinski def. Nick Kirk via split decision


Friday Night Fights –


Legacy Fighting Championship 17 results: Legacy-FC-17-Spratt-Hornbuckle-poster

Dan Hornbuckle def. Pete Spratt via unanimous decision

Jared Rosholt def. Richard Odoms via unanimous decision

Kevin Aguilar def. Nick Gonzalez via unanimous decision

Johnny Ray Rodriguez vs. Ray Rodriguez via submission (armbar) – 3:00 – Round 1

Patrick Ybarra def. Billy Buch via submission (flying armbar) – 1:29 – Round 1

Reynaldo Trujillo def. James King via TKO (punches) – 1:16 – Round 1


Daniel Jolly vs. Larry Hopkins via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1

Chris Lopez def. Melvin Jordan via unanimous decision

Jamal Emmers def. Ernest De La Cruz via unanimous decision

Marco Hernandez def. Cameron Martin via submission (rear-naked choke) – 2:59 – Round 1


Saturday Night Fights –


UFC 156 – Aldo vs. Edgar results:UFC 156

Jose Aldo def. Frankie Edgar via unanimous decision – retains featherweight title

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Rashad Evans via unanimous decision

Antonio Silva def. Alistair Overeem via KO (punches) – 0:25 – Round 3

Demian Maia def. Jon Fitch via unanimous decision

Joseph Benavidez def. Ian McCall via unanimous decision

FX prelims:

Evan Dunham def. Gleison Tibau via split decision

Tyron Woodley def. Jay Hieron via KO (punches) – 0:36 – Round 1

Bobby Green vs. Jacob Volkmann via submission (rear-naked choke) – 4:25 – Round 3

Issac Vallie-Flagg def. Yves Edwards via split decision

Facebook prelims:

Dustin Kimura def. Chico Camus via submission (rear-naked choke) – 1:50 – Round 3

Francisco Rivera def. Edwin Figueroa via TKO (punches) – 4:20 – Round 2


ONE FC 7: Return of Warriors results:ONE FC 7

Honorio Banario def. Eric Kelly via TKO (eye injury) – 1:01 – Round 1 – captures inaugural ONE FC Featherweight title

Shinichi Kojima def. Rey Docyogen via submission (guillotine choke) – 4:47 – Round 2

Lowen Tynanes def. Vuyisile Colossa  via submission (rear-naked choke) – 4:37 – Round 3

Peter Davis def. Leo Krishna via TKO (doctor stoppage) – 2:01 – Round 1

Adam Kayoom def. Zuli Silawanto via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1

Thanh Vu def. Mohd Fouzein via TKO (punches & knees) – 1:03 – Round 1 – bantamweight grand-prix quarterfinal

Melvin Yeoh def. Raymond Tiew via submission (triangle choke) – 3;29 – Round 2 – Malaysian featherweight-tourney opening round

Jian Kai Chee def. A.J. Lias Mansor via unanimous decision – Malaysian featherweight-tourney opening round

Gianni Subba def. Saiful Merican via submission (armbar) – Round 2

Jake Butler def. Antoni Romulo via TKO (punches) – Round 1


*** Times, methods, scores unavailable for certain fights***



UFC 158 Card Update!

Only 70-days away from the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s return to ufc158-postersmallMontreal on March 16th, 2013 for UFC 158: GSP vs. Diaz. After the December 16th announcement of the main event of UFC Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre (23-2 MMA, 17-2 UFC) defending his title for the eighth time versus former STRIKEFORCE Welterweight champion Nick Diaz (26-8-1 MMA, 7-5 UFC, 6-0 SF) was made official, the UFC has continued to stack this card.

Already announced, Rory MacDonald will receive a UFC 115 rematch against Carlos Condit, the title hungry Johny Hendricks will square off against Jake Ellenberger, and Patrick Cote will make his first drop to Welterweight to face STRIKEFORCE import Bobby Voelker.

The UFC has just added three more Canadian talent heavy bouts to the card with John Makdessi versus Daron Cruickshank, Chris Camozzi versus Nick Ring, and Jordan Mein versus Dan Miller.

After destroying the Canadian local scene, John “The Bull” Makdessi (10-2 Makdessi vs Cruickshank UFC 158MMA, 3-2 UFC) jumped into the UFC with two highlight reel performances going the distance with Pat Audinwood where he displayed his superb striking ability at UFC 124, and the famous spinning back fist knockout of Kyle Watson at UFC 129. Makdessi then suffered his first ever loss to Dennis Hallman at UFC 140 in an unfair bout as Hallman who was normally a Welterweight fighter dropped to Lightweight, but missed weight and came into the bout much larger than Makdessi. Clearly affected by his first loss, Makdessi loss his next bout to Anthony Njokuani at UFC 145. The Laval native then snapped his two-fight losing skid with a unanimous decision over Sam Stout at UFC 154. Since losing in the first episode of the Ultimate Fighter Live to James Vick via knockout, Daron Cruickshank (12-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC) has gone undefeated in the UFC with a unanimous decision over Chris Tickle at The Ultimate Fighter Live Finale, and a highlight reel knockout of Henry Martinez at UFC on FOX 5. Prior to joining the UFC, Cruickshank defeated Makdessi’s training partner Mike Ricci  for the Ringside MMA Lightweight championship at Ringside 12 in October of 2011.  The two will square off in a strikers dream match in a “Tristar’s revenge” bout.

A Middleweight showcase between Chris Camozzi (18-5 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and  Camozzi vs RingNick Ring has been added to the card. During his stint of the Ultimate Fighter season 11, Camozzi was forced to withdraw from the competition after suffering a broken jaw in his preliminary bout victory against Victor O’Donnell to get into the house. Camozzi was granted to opportunity to fight on the finale where he picked up a unanimous decision over James Hammortree, then a split decision over Dongi Yang at UFC 121. He was then submitted by Kyle Noke at UFC 127 and subsequently released from the promotion. Camozzi picked a split decision victory outside of the UFC against Joey Villasenor at Shark Fights 15, which granted him another shot in the UFC. Upon his return Camozzi lost a unanimous decision to Francis Carmont at UFC 137, losing two of three rounds, as Camozzi had Carmont in danger late in the third round with a kimura submission. Camozzi bounced back from the loss as he is currently riding a three fight win streak with a guillotine submission over Dustin Jacoby at UFC on FOX 2, a TKO victory over Nick Cantone at UFC on FX 4, and a unanimous decision over Luiz Cane at UFC 153. His opponent Nick Ring (13-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) also an alumni of season 11 of the Ultimate Fighter and also forced to withdraw due to ACL injury after defeating the winner of season Court McGee in the quarterfinals by majority decision. Ring officially made his UFC debut at UFC 127 in February of 2011 with a controversial unanimous decision victory over DEEP Middleweight champion Riki Fukuda. Ring “won” the first two rounds granting him the judges nod, but the MMA community, including UFC President Dana White were baffled by the decision. Ring then ensured that there was no controversy in his next UFC victory, as he submitted at UFC 131. Ring was then handed his first career loss to Tim Boetsch at UFC 135. Ring bounced back from his loss, defeating Court McGee by unanimous decision in a TUF 11 rematch at UFC 149. Undefeated on Canadian soil with 11 victories the Calgary native will attempt to remain that way and derail Camozzi’s win streak.

STRIKEFORCE import Jordan Mein (26-8 MMA, 2-1 SF) will be making his UFCJordan Mein vs. Dan Miller debut at UFC 158. Mein lost his MMA debut in 2006 to Rory MacDonald at the age of 16. Now 23-years-old, Mein has fought 34 times, racking up victories over notable fighters such as, Evangelista Santos, Marius Zaromskis, Joe Riggs, Josh Burkman, and Forest Petz. Mein made his STRIKEFORCE debut in September of 2011 with a TKO victory over Evangelista Santos. Mein then squared off against the much larger Tyron Woodley in a title eliminator bout, where Woodley spent three rounds sitting on Mein, who worked diligently off his back, but would lose a split decision. Mein then won a unanimous decision over Tyler Stinson in January of 2012. With two STRIKEFORCE events being cancelled in a the later part of 2012, Mein returned to the local scene to remain active on November 23rd for the Score Fighting Series 7. He destroyed Forrest Petz in 99-seconds with elbows and knees. His opponent, Brother of Top 10 ranked Lightweight Jim Miller, Dan Miller (14-6-1 MMA, 6-5 UFC) won his first three UFC bouts against Rob Kimmons at UFC Fight Night 15, Matt Horwich at UFC 90, and Jake Rosholt at UFC Fight Night 17. Miller would then go on to lose three consecutive decision bouts against Chael Sonnen at UFC 98, Damian Maia at UFC 109, and Michael Bisping at UFC 114. Miller snapped the losing streak with a ninja choke submission of John Salter at UFC 118, and a split decision over Joe Doerksen at UFC 124. Miller stepped back up in competition losing decisions to Nate Marquardt at UFC 128, and Rousimar Palhares at UFC 134. With the losses Miller made the decision to drop to 170lbs and submitted Ricardo Funch with a guillotine choke at UFC on FX 4 in his Welterweight debut to earn the submission of the night honors. Miller will attempt to remain undefeated at Welterweight and spoil Mein’s UFC debut.

Sarah Kaufman (15-2 MMA, 6-2 SF) will appear on Wednesday’s (Jan. 9th) Kaufman vs Tate UFC 158episode of Ringside Report Radio on TSN 690 with Dave Simon and Kevin McKough to discuss her potential involvement of UFC 158. The former STRIKEFORCE Women’s Bantamweight champion Kaufman has expressed to RingsideReportDOTNET that she would be interested in a rematch against Miesha Tate (13-3 MMA, 6-2 SF). The two fought at the first STRIKEFORCE Challengers card in May of 2009, where Kaufman won a unanimous decision. Both fighters lost first round submissions to UFC Women’s Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Tate losing the STRIKEFORCE title, and Kaufman attempting to regain it. Tate recently defeated Kaufman’s teammate Julie Kedzie with an armbar submission after being beat up for two rounds by Kedzie. Kaufman would like to avenge the loss by her teammate, and face Tate in a bout that has been brewing for some time now, as Kaufman and Tate both felt that Kaufman deserved the title shot over Rousey, when Tate was champion. With the UFC adding a Women’s Bantamweight division to the company, we at Ringside Report Radio/www.ringsidereport.net believe that Kaufman would make a great addition to the roster and should be added to the UFC 158 lineup. If you are interested in seeing Sarah Kaufman versus Miesha Tate at UFC 158 tweet “@mmasarah vs. @MieshaTate for #UFC158 #MakeItHappen” to @danawhite and @ufc.


UFC 158: GSP vs. Diaz (7 bout) lineup:ufc158 poster

Georges St-Pierre vs. Nick Diaz – for welterweight title

Jake Ellenberger vs. Johny Hendricks

Carlos Condit vs. Rory MacDonald

Chris Camozzi vs. Nick Ring

Jordan Mein vs. Dan Miller

Daron Cruickshank vs. John Makdessi

Patrick Cote vs. Bobby Voelker

Ringside Report Radio December 12: UFC on FX 6 preview now online

This is the December 12, 2012 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon and Kevin “Big Tuna” McKough.

Simon and McKough previewed and gave their predictions for UFC on FX 6 on this episode which includes TUF Smashes finales between Brad Scott and Robert Whittaker at welterweight and Colin Fletcher versus Norman Parke at lightweight. UFC on FX 6 also features Hector Lombard v. Rousimar Palhares and TUF Smashes coaches Ross Pearson v. George Sotiropoulos.

Simon and McKough also previewed and gave their predictions for Bellator 84 including Alexander Volkov v. Richard Hale for the Bellator heavyweight title and Marcin Held v. Dave Jansen in the lightweight tournament final.

Simon and McKough also discussed results from UFC on FOX 5 including Benson Henderson’s victory over Nate Diaz, Rory MacDonald beating up B.J. Penn and Alexander Gustafsson’s win over Mauricio “Shogun” Rua.

All this and much more MMA on this 2-hour episode.

Weekend in Fights! November 3rd Edition

This Weekend in Fights! (November 3rd, 2012) featured Bellator 79 in Ontario, World Series of Fighting and Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 in Las Vegas, two Aggression Fighting Championship events in Calgary and British Columbia, an Fight Time 12 in Florida.

Bellator 79 kicked off the weekend from Casino Rama in Rama, Ontario, Canada on Friday night, featured tournament semifinal bouts in Heavyweight and Featherweight divisions. In the main event Richard Hale and Thiago Santos squared off in the Heavyweight semifinal. Hale escaped the early assault from Santos, who was attempting and ending the bout early. In the process, Santos gassed out and allowed Hale to take advantage and pick a TKO victory in the middle of the first round. Hale now advances into the finals where he will take on the winner of next week’s event between Vinicius Queiroz and Alexander Volkov.

In the Featherweight tournament semifinal Shahbulat Shamhalaev knocked out Mike Richman in under two minutes to advance. Shamhalaev now awaits the winner Wagnney Fabiano versus Rad Martinez, which takes place next week at Bellator 80.

Quebec MMA fighters Guillaume De Lorenzi and Christ Franck were successful at the event. Former Ringside MMA Lightweight champion De Lorenzi submitted Jonny Carson with 11-seconds remaining in the first round to win his Bellator debut. Former Ringside and Instinct MMA fighter Christ Franck won his Bellator debut with a split decision victory over Marcus “Lelo” Aurelio winning on two judges score cards 29-28. (Full Bellator 79 event results below.)

Las Vegas’ Friday night event Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 took place at the Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel with the bouts airing AXS TV. The main event was a battle of UFC veterans Tyson Griffin and Efrain Escudero. After three rounds Griffin was declared the winner unanimously in his first win since being released by the UFC.

Brothers of  “Anthonys” in the UFC  Chidi Njokuani, brother of Anthony Njokuani, picked up a  third round TKO victory over Phil Dace, and Sergio Pettis, brother of Anthony Pettis picked up a unanimous decision over Jimmy Jones.

Also on the card, Lance Palmer defeated UFC and WEC veteran Fredson Paixao via split decision.Former gay porn actor and TUF alumni Dakota Cochrane improved his win streak to two with an armbar submission over Derrick Burnsed in the first round. (Full Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 event results below.)

UFC, STRIKEFORCE, and Bellator veteran Vagner Rocha headlined Fight Time 12 – Warriors Collide event at the War Memorial Auditorium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Friday night. In his first post-UFC bout, Rocha submitted Mike Bruno with a triangle choke 53-seconds into the second round. (Full Fight Time 12 – Warriors Collide event results below.)

Aggression Fighting Championship held back-to-back events on Friday and Saturday night. AFC 12 – Domination took place at Telus Convention Centre, in Calgary, Alberta on Friday night. Headlining the event was Ringside MMA veteran Paul Cheng in Heavyweight action against Ryan Hunter. Cheng made short work of Hunter with a knockout in under two minutes of the first round. On Saturday night AFC 13 – Natural Selection took place at the Bear Mountain Arena, in Victoria, British Columbia. The main event of John Alessio versus Dave Mazany was rendered a no contest after Mazany accidentally poked Alessio in the eye in the forst round. The co-main event featured TUF 3 winner and UFC veteran Kendall Grove sqauring off against Ariel Gandulla. Grove picked up the TKO victory with 15-seconds remaining in the second round. (Full AFC 12 Domination &  AFC 13 – Natural Selection event results below.)

Saturday night was the World Series of Fighting’s inaugural event, which emanated from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Heavyweight collided in the first round as Andrei Arlovski faced Devin Cole. Arlovski made short work of Cole with a first round TKO, improving his win streak to three.

UFC veteran Anthony Johnson knocked out D.J. Linderman in the first round for his fourth straight victory since being released from the UFC, snapping Linderman’s three fight win streak in the process.

Former WEC Bantamweight champion and pound-4-pound kingpin Miguel Torres is now riding a two-fight losing skid, and going the distance with Marlon Moraes. After three rounds, two of the judges scored the bout for Moraes, giving him the split decision victory.

Dutch-Surinamese kickboxing sensation Tyrone Spong made his successful MMA debut with a knockout of Travis Bartlett in the first round.

On the undercard, UFC veterans Josh Burkman and Gerald Harris went the distance in a three round war, with Burkman winning a unanimous decision, and improving his streak to four. Brian Cobb snapped Ronys Torres’ 11-fight win streak with a split decision. STRIKEFORCE and DREAM Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante snapped his two-fight losing skid with a 63-second heel hook submission of T.J. O’Brien.Bellator and UFC veteran David Branch picked up a unanimous decision victory over UFC veteran Dustin Jacoby snapping his two-fight win streak in the process. (Full World Series of Fighting 1 event results below.)


Friday Night Fights –


Bellator 79 results:

Richard Hale def. Thiago Santos via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 3:31 (heavyweight tourney semifinal)

Shahbulat Shamhalaev def. Mike Richman via KO (punches) – Round 1, 1:45 (featherweight tourney semifinal)

Douglas Lima def. Jacob Ortiz via TKO (head kick, punches) – Round 3, 4:50

Ryan Ford def. Kyle Baker via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Spike.com prelims:

Christ Franck def. Marcus “Lelo” Aurelio via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Vitaly Minakov def. Vladimir Starcencov via TKO (punches) – Round 2, 0:27

Magomedrasul Khasbulaev def. Josh Pulsifer via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 3:30

Guillaume DeLorenzi def. Jonny Carson via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 4:49

Josh Appelt def. Ed Carpenter via TKO – Round 1, 3:20


Resurrection Fighting Alliance 4 results:

Tyson Griffin def. Efrain Escudero via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

Chidi Njokuani def. Phil Dace via TKO (punches) – Round 3, 0:41

Marcio “Pe de Pano” Cruz def. Joe Yager via submission (inverted triangle choke) – Round 2, 4:16

Lance Palmer def. Fredson Paixao via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

James Krause def. Guillherme Trindade via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 0:31

Dakota Cochrane def. Derrick Burnsed via submission (armbar) – Round 1, 4:38

Sergio Pettis def. Jimmy Jones via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)


Chris Holdsworth def. Tyler Shinn via submission (triangle choke) – Round 2, 1:32

Steve Mocco def. Tyler Perry via submission (kimura) – Round 2, 1:34

Cory Galloway def. Jerry Shapiro via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 3:15

Jordan Isordia def. Joey Angelo via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)


Fight Time 12 – Warriors Collide results:

Vagner Rocha def. Mike Bruno via Submission (Triangle Choke) – 0:53 – Round 2

Keith Johnson def. Steve Bruno via TKO (Punches) – 3:46 – Round 2

Randy Barroso def. Daniel Golighty via Submission (Heel Hook) – 2:20 – Round 1

Jason Soares def. Ricardo Supris via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 4:46 – Round 1

Jason Jackson def. Michael Johnson via Submission (Triangle Choke) – 2:05 – Round 2

Kelly Anundson def. Carlos Zevallos via TKO (Punches) – 2:52 – Round 1

Jonathan de Jesus def. Jason Cortez via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1:59 – Round 2

Shaun Dillon def. Anthony Garavito via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 4:28 – Round 2

Johanner Correa def. Raynold Telus via Unanimous Decision

Yvon Agenord def. Denis Alzugaray via via Submission (Knee Bar) 2:34 – Round 1


AFC 12 – Domination results:

Paul Cheng def. Ryan Hunter via KO (Punch) – 1:42 – Round 1

Sheila Bird def. Christina Barry via KO (Punch) – 0:11 – Round 1

Joel Powell def. Andrew Buckland via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 1:30 – Round 1

Allan Munroe def. Owen Carr via Unanimous Decision

Tony Stiles def. Trevor Wright via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)  – 1:57 -Round 2

Nathan Wilkins def. Jon Henderson via Submission (Triangle Choke) – 4:08 – Round 2

Amateur bouts:

Trent House def. Mitch Carlson via TKO (Strikes) – 2:35 – Round 2

Dusty Kramps def. Josh Fried via Unanimous Decision

Andrew Kloot def. Keegan Cassell via TKO – 0:22 Round 1


Saturday Night Fights –


AFC 13 Natural Selection results:

John Alessio vs Dave Mazany (No Contest) – Round 1 – Mazany accidentally eye pokes Alessio

Kendall Grove def. Ariel Gandulla via TKO (Strikes) – 4:45 – Round 2

Louis Fisette def. Diego Wilson via KO (Strike) – 0:37 – Round 1

Dave Perron def. Dan MacIver via Submission (Mounted Guillotine) – 2:07 – Round 1

Ryan Janes def. Keto Allen via Unanimous Decision (30-27×2, 29-28)

Myles Merola def. Tristan Connelly via Unanimous Decision (30-27 x 2, 29-28)
Miles Anstead def. Bill Fraser via Unanimous Decision (29-27 x 3)
-Anstead loses point for head butt in second round.

Amateur bouts:
Alexi Argyriou def. Andy Jack via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 1:19 – Round 2

Dillon Brown def. Johnny Twofeather via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 2:08 – Round 1

Guy Gauthier def. Steven Best via Unanimous Decision (29-28 x 3)


World Series of Fighting 1 results:

Andrei Arlovski def. Devin Cole via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:37

Anthony Johnson def. D.J. Linderman via knockout (punch) – Round 1, 3:58

Marlon Moraes def. Miguel Torres via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28)

Tyrone Spong def. Travis Bartlett via knockout (punch) – Round 1, 3:15


Tyson Steele def. Gregor Gracie via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 4:52

Brian Cobb def. Ronys Torres via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Steve Carl def. Ramico Blackmon via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 2:11

Josh Burkman def. Gerald Harris via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante def. T.J. O’Brien via submission (heel hook) – Round 1, 1:03

David Branch def. Dustin Jacoby via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


***Times, Rounds, Scores, Method unavailable for certain bouts***

Ringside Report Radio. October 26, 2012 now online

This is the October 26, 2012 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon.

Simon discussed Georges St-Pierre versus Carlos Condit at UFC 154 and the latest developments in the GSP-Anderson Silva super-fight.

Simon talked the results from Bellator 78 including Lyman Good’s victory over Michail Tsarev and Andrey Koreshkov’s win over Marius Zaromskis.

Simon also talked about Quinton “Rampage” Jackson refusing to fight Chael Sonnen, a potential fight between Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort and much more MMA on this 2-hour episode.

Weekend in Fights! October 20th Edition

This Weekend in Fights! (October 20th, 2012) was UFC-less after four straight weeks of events. It did however feature Bellator 77, the Score Fighting Series 6 and Ultimate Warrior Challenge 21.

Bellator 77 held the opening round of the Season 7 Lightweight tournament at the Reading Eagle Theater in the Sovereign Center in Reading, Pennsylvania Friday night. Rich Clementi, Dave Jansen, Marcin Held, and Ricardo Tirloni all punched their ticket to advanced into the semifinals. Journeyman Rich Clementi advanced with a split decision over Alexander Sarnavskiy winning 29-28 on two judges score cards. Marcin Held also picked a decision victory to advance, but his was unanimous over Murad Machaev after three rounds. Both Dave Jensen and Ricardo Tirloni picked up choke submission victories to advance in tournament. Jensen secured his victory over Magomed Saadulaev with a guillotine choke, while Ricardo Tirloni secured his victory with a D’Arce choke on Rene Nazare in the second round. (Full Bellator 77 event results below.)

In Sarnia, Ontario the Score Fighting Series held their sixth event at the RBC Centre. The main event featured WEC, Affliction and Bellator veteran Chris Horodecki versus Brad Cardinal in a disappointing no contest due to an accidental headbutt after the first round. W-1 MMA veteran John Fraser went the distance in the co-main event with Tyler Toner. After three rounds Fraser was unanimously declared the winner.Ringside veteran Tony Hervey forced the doctor’s to stop his bout against Jorge Britto after two rounds. (Full Score Fighting Series 6: Horodecki vs. Cardinal event results below.)

Ultimate Warrior Challenge 21 – Xplosion took place at the Southend Tennis & Leisure Centre in Garons Park, Southend, England on Saturday night. The main event featured former UFC Heavyweight champion Ricco Rodriguez squaring off against Kevin Thompson. Rodriguez made shot work of Thompson with an arm bar submission with 15-seconds remaining in the opening round. In doing so Rodriguez snap his four fight losing skid. (Full Ultimate Warrior Challenge 21 – Xplosion event results below.)


Friday Night Fights –


Bellator 77 results:

Rich Clementi def. Alexander “Tiger” Sarnavskiy via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) – lightweight-tourney opening round

Dave Jansen def. Magomed Saadulaev via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 3, 0:41 – lightweight-tourney opening round

Marcin Held def. Murad Machaev via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) – lightweight-tourney opening round

Ricardo Tirloni def. Rene Nazare via submission (D’Arce choke) – Round 2, 1:14 – lightweight-tourney opening round

Spike.com prelims:

Matthew Lozano def. Dave Morgan via submission (inverted triangle choke) – Round 2, 2:28

Lew Polley def. Carmelo Marrero via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Darrell Horcher def. E.J. Brooks via knockout (punch) – Round 1, 0:21 – lightweight tourney reserve bout

Cosmo Alexander def. Mike Bannon via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) – Round 2, 5:00

Duane Bastress def. Ariel Sepulveda via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Brett Martinez def. Eric Albright via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 2, 3:28


Score Fighting Series 6: Horodecki vs. Cardinal results:

Brad Cardinal vs. Chris Horodecki declared no contest (accidental headbutt) – Round 1, 5:00

John Fraser def. Tyler Toner via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Rick Glenn def. Lyndon Whitlock via TKO (strikes) – Round 3, 2:34

Tony Hervey def. Jorge Britto via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) – Round 2, 5:00

Sergej Juskevic def. Gerald Meerschaert via submission (kneebar) – Round 2, 4:32

Jesse Gross def. Seiji Sugiman-Morangos via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 4:59


Saturday Night Fights –


 Ultimate Warrior Challenge 21 – Xplosion results: 

Ricco Rodriguez def. Kevin Thompson via Submission (Arm Bar) – 4:45 – Round 1

Walter Gahadza def. Manuel Garcia via Submission (Strikes) – 1:59 – Round 1

Matt Ewin def. Marty Loic via TKO (Strikes) – 3:03 – Round 1

Wendle Lewis def. Kes Mamba via TKO (Doctor Stoppage due to cut) – 3:18 – Round 2

Jason Cooledge def. Hayden Critchfield via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) – 4:15 – Round 2

Charlie Leary def. Chris Richardson via TKO (Strikes) – 2:21 – Round 1

Arnold Allen def. Kim Tinghaugen via TKO (Doctor Stoppage due to cut) – 5:00 – Round 1

Lukasz Kupniewski def. Dan Piper via Majority Decision

Jon Emmons def. Josh Dennis via TKO (Strikes) – 2:14 – Round 1

Ryan Scots def. Dan Whitton via Unanimous Decision

Chris Mathews def. Scott Rogan via Submission (Punches) – 2:50 – Round 1

Nickie Owens def. Scott Holbry via Submission (Knee Bar) – 2:41 – Round 1


***Times, Rounds, Scores, Method unavailable for certain bouts***





Weekend in Fights! October 6th Edition

This Weekend in Fights! (October 6th, 2012) featured UFC on FX 5 in Minnesota, Bellator 75 in Indiana on Friday.  Invicta FC 3 in Kansas City, ONE FC 6 in Singapore, CES MMA in Rhode Island, Superior 8 in Sweden, Rumble in the Cage 46 in Alberta, Cage Fighting Alliance 8 in Florida, and King of the Cage in Oklahoma.

The UFC kicked off the weekend with UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot on Friday night from the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In the main event Antonio Silva picked up his first UFC victory and handed  Travis Browne his first career loss with a first round punch that sent Browne crumbling to the mat. Browne pulled his hamstring after throwing a kick, which may have affected his performance, nonetheless Silva displayed great striking. Jake Ellenberger and the returning Jay Hieron had a lackluster Welterweight bout that rendered Ellenberger the winner after three rounds. John Dodson became the number one contender for Demetrious Johnson’s UFC Flyweight title when he dropped the formally number one ranked Flyweight in the world Jussier Formiga in the second round. In the submission of the night Justin Edwards slapped a guillotine choke on Josh Neer during clinching. Neer attempted to fight it but was choked unconscious for his efforts 45-seconds into the bout. In two come from behind victories, both Michael Johnson and Mike Pierce won second round knockouts. After being dominated in the first round Johnson dropped Danny Castillo while Pierce dropped Aaron Simpson. (Full UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot event results below.)

Bellator 75 featured the opening round of the season 7 Heavyweight tournament to crown a new Heavyweight champion with the retirement of then champion Cole Konrad from  The Venue at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana. In what was reminiscent of their first bout Eric Prindle got himself disqualified by kicking Thiago Santos in the groin when he found himself in trouble. With the kick Santos advanced into the semifinals. Russian striker Alexander Volkov picked apart Brett Rogers for three rounds to advance with a unanimous decision. Although a Light Heavyweight, Richard Hale was able to advance into the Heavyweight semifinals with a 79-second TKO of Mike Wessel. Vinicius Queiroz was the only quarter-finalist to socore a submission victory in the opening round with an arm bar mid way through the first round. (Full Bellator 75 event results below.)

ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings emanated from the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore on Saturday morning. The event featured the crowning of two champions in the Lightweight and Bantamweight divisions, as well as the opening round of their inaugural Bantamweight grand-prix. Kotetsu Boku won the ONE FC Lightweight title one minute into the third round with a TKO of  Zorobabel Moreira. It took 5:15 for Soo Chul Kim to become the first ONE FC Bantamweight title by knocking out Leandro Issa in the second round. Challengers on on the rise as Jens Pulver, Masakatsu Ueda, and Kevin Belingon punched their tickets into the semifinals of the ONC FC bantamweight-grand-prix opening round. Pulver defeated Yanfei Zhao via technical unanimous decision, Ueda defeated Min Jung Song by unanimous decision, and Belingon knocked out Yusup Saadulaevin the opening frame of their bout. Also featured on the card was the last DREAM Lightweight champion Shinya Aoki who in classic fashion submiited Arnaud Lepont with a triangle choke in 85 seconds. Melvin Manhoef also ended his bout in classic fashion with a first round knockout of Ryo Kawamura with 20-seconds remaining in the first round. (Full ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings event results below.)

Invicta FC held their third event at their home-base of the Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas on Saturday night. The all-female promotion crowned their first champion in the Atomweight (105lbs) division, making them unique by being the first promotion to crown a champion in that weight class. That first champion is Jessica Penne, who was able to submit Japanese superstar Naho Sugiyama with a triangle choke in the second round. In the co-main event Shayna Baszler submitted Sarah D’Alelio with a rear-naked choke 37 seconds into the second round. (Full Invicta FC 3 event results below.)

Former WWE superstar Dave Bautista made his successful MMA debut on Saturday night at Classic Entertainment & Sports MMA event at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. “The Animals” opponent was 22-22 Vince Lucero, who fell victim to the striking assault of Bautista, losing by TKO with 55-seconds remaining in the first round. The former WWE World Heavyweight champion escaped an early assault to bounce back and end the bout before an other damage was done.  The card also featured former UFC fighter and title contender David Loiseau. The Tristar gym member picked up a first round doctor stoppage TKO over Chris McNally, making it two in a row for the Crow. UFC veteran John Howard also picked up a win on the card, with a second round TKO of Brett Chism. (Full CES MMA – Real Pain event results below.)

Swish based MMA promotion Superior held their eighth event at the Malmo Arena in Malmo, Sweden. The event featured UFC veterans Marcus Davis & James McSweeney, as well as Instinct MMA veteran Patrick Vallee. Marcus Davis picked up a unanimous decision over David Bielkhedenin a three round affair, and is now 4-1 in his last five bouts since being released from the UFC. James McSweeney saw his four fight win steak come to an end, when he was TKO’d by Matti Makelain the second round. Patrick Vallee made short work of Martin Wojcik with a first round arm bar submission (Full Superior 8 – Malmo event results below.)

STRIKEFORCE Welterweight fighter Jordan Mein’s father Lee Mein’s promotion Rumble in the Cage held their 46th event at the Exhibition Park in Lethbridge, Alberta. The 16-bout card featured 11 amateur bouts and five pro bouts. The main event saw Ringside, MFL, Hardcore Championship Fighting, and MFL veteran Tim Timaki lose his 25th pro bout against Eben Kaneshiro 58-seconds into the bout by arm-triangle submission. (Full RITC 46 event results below.)

Championship Fighting Alliance held their eighth event at  the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Florida. The main event featured Bellator versus UFC, in Valdir Araujo versus Paul Bradley. After three rounds the decision was split in favor of Araujo.Pride & Dream veteran Luiz Firmino defeated Bellator veteran Toby Imada by  unanimous decision. (Full CFA 8 Araujo vs. Bradley event results below.)

King of the Cage Stranglehold took place at the Winstar World Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma. Two champions were crowned at this event, when Derek Campos claimed the vacant King of the Cage Jr Welterweight title with a third round TKO of Joe Condon. Brenda Gonzales defeated then champion  Sarah Alpar in a five round unanimous decision to become the new King of the Cage Women’s Jr Flyweight Champion. (Full King of the Cage – Stranglehold event results below.)


Friday Night Fights –


UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot results:

Antonio Silva def. Travis Browne via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 3:27

Jake Ellenberger def. Jay Hieron via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

John Dodson def. Jussier Formiga via TKO (Punches) – Round 2, 4:35

Justin Edwards def. Josh Neer via technical Submission (Guillotine Choke) – Round 1, 0:45


Michael Johnson def. Danny Castillo via Knockout (Punches) – Round 2, 1:06

Mike Pierce def. Aaron Simpson via Knockout (Punch) – Round 2, 0:29

Marcus LeVesseur def. Carlo Prater via Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Jacob Volkmann def. Shane Roller via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1, 2:38

Diego Nunes def. Bart Palaszewski via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

Darren Uyenoyama def. Phil Harris via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 2, 3:38


Bellator 75 results:

Thiago Santos def. Eric Prindle via Disqualification (Groin Kick) – Round 1, 4:54 – heavyweight-tourney opening round

Alexander Volkov def. Brett Rogers via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) – heavyweight-tourney opening round

Richard Hale def. Mike Wessel via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1, 1:19 – heavyweight-tourney opening round

Vinicius Queiroz def. Mark Holata via Submission (Armbar) – Round 1, 3:26 – heavyweight-tourney opening round

Spike.com prelims:

Jason Graves def. Rafal Skibinski via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1, 2:50

Cliff Wright def. Bobby Reardanz via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1, 3:39

Ryan Martinez def. Manny Lara via Majority Decision (28-28, 29-27, 29-27)

Chase Beebe def. Bo Harris via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Joe Williams def. Rod Montoya via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1, 3:17

Anthony Gomez def. Jose Medina via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1, 2:32


ONE FC 6: Rise of Kings results:

Shinya Aoki def. Arnaud Lepont via Submission (Triangle Choke) – Round 1, 1:25

Kotetsu Boku def. Zorobabel Moreira via TKO (Punches) – Round 3, 1:02 – to win inaugural lightweight title

Soo Chul Kim def. Leandro Issa via Knockout (Punch) – Round 2, 0:15 – to win inaugural bantamweight title

Melvin Manhoef def. Ryo Kawamura via Knockout (Punch) – Round 1, 4:40

Jens Pulver def. Yanfei Zhao via technical Unanimous Decision – bantamweight-grand-prix opening round

Masakatsu Ueda def. Min Jung Song via Unanimous Decision – bantamweight-grand-prix opening round

Kevin Belingon def. Yusup Saadulaev via knockout (Strikes) – Round 1, 4:18 – bantamweight-grand-prix opening round

Gianni Subba def. Bruce Loh via knockout (Soccer Kick) – Round 1, 0:33

Mitch Chilson def. Ngabdi Mulyadi via TKO (Strikes) – Round 2, 1:03


Invicta FC 3 results:

Jessica Penne def. Naho Sugiyama via Submission (Triangle Choke) – 2:20 – Round 2 – claims the inaugural/vacant Invicta FC Atomweight title

Shayna Baszler def. Sarah D’Alelio via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 0:37 – Round 2

Leslie Smith def. Kaitlin Young via TKO (Crucifix w/punches) – 2:29 – Round 2

Barb Honchak def. Ainsly Daly via Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,30-27)

Vanessa Porto def. Tara Larosa via Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,30-27)

Cat Zingano def. Raquel Pennington via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 3:32 – Round 2

Michelle Waterson def. Lacey Schuckmann via Split Decision

Julia Budd def. Danielle West via TKO (Ground & Pound) – 2:32 – Round 1

Carla Esparza def. Lynn Alvarez via TKO (Ground & Pound) – 2:53 – Round 1

Joanne Calderwood def. Ashley Cummins via KO (Knee to Body) – 3:13 – Round 1

Stephanie Frausto def. Amy Davis  via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 0:48 – Round 1

Jessamyn Duke def. Marciea Allen via Submission (Arm Bar) – 4:42 – Round 1

Tecia Torres def. Kaiyana Rain via Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,30-27)

Ediane Gomes def. Katalina Malungahu via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 4:19 – Round 1


CES MMA – Real Pain results:

Dave Bautista def. Vince Lucero via TKO (Ground & Pound) – 4:05 – Round 1

Chandler Holderness def. Todd Chatelle via TKO (Flying Knee/Punches) – 0:27 – Round 1

David Loiseau def. Chris McNally via TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage) – 2:30 – Round 1

John Howard def. Brett Chism via TKO (Ground & Pound) – 3:31 – Round 2

Mike Campbell def. Gemiyale Adkins via Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,30-27)

Calvin Katter def. Saul Almeida via Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,29-28)

Luis Felix def. Marc Stevens via Unanimous Decision (29-28,29-28,29-28)

Tyler King def. Josh Diekmann via Unanimous Decision

Greg Rebello def. Chris Guillen via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 2:26 – Round 1

Brennan Ward def. Shedrick Goodridge via TKO (Punches) – 2:36 – Round 1

Andre Soukhamthath def. Rob Costa via TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage) – 4:44 – Round 2

Nate Andrews def. Leon Davis via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 0:29 – Round 2

Kevin Horowitz def. Tyson Chartier via Unanimous Decision


Superior 8 – Malmo results:

Ilir Latifi def. Jorge Oliveira via Unanimous Decision

Marcus Davis def. David Bielkheden via Unanimous Decision

Matti Makela def. James McSweeney via TKO (Punches) – Round 2

Malik Arash Mawlayi def. David Round via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1

Martin Akhtar def. Leandro Gontijo via TKO (Punches) – Round 2

Yosef Ali Mohammed def. Denis Sokol via (Knees & Punches) – Round 1

Partick Vallee def. Martin Wojcik via Submission (Arm Bar) – Round 1

David Glasnovic def. Sharyar Sazesh via Submission (Knee Bar) – Round 1

Farshad Farsiani def. Ake Bergvall via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – Round 1

Bilal Musa def. Edris Rafigh via Split Decision

Sadri Kelmedi def. Julius Zurauskis via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) – Round 3

Simon Skold def. Michel Ersoy via Unanimous Decision


Rumble in the Cage 46 results:

Pro bouts:

Eben Kaneshiro def. Tim Tamaki via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) – Round 1 – 0:58

Jason Gorny def. Sean Merkl via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) – Round 1 – 1:24

Steve Lopez def. Spencer Rohovie via Unanimous Decision

Maged Hammo def. Nathan Wilkins via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1 – 2:24

Brandt Dewsbery def. Benjamin Smith via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 3 – 3:15

Amateur bouts:

Tyler Illubrun def. Dan Amyotte via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1 – 4:57

Ian Odland def. Will Monzon via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1 – 0:32

Josh Goodheart def. Nick Plourde via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1 – 2:30

Doug Westbrook def. Matt Macloud via TKO (Strikes from Mount) – Round 1 – 1:38

Cornelius Krahn def. Mike Hansen via TKO (Ground & Pound) – Round 1 – 4:29

Teddy Ash def. Jeremy Rickaby via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1 – 1:02

Ben Fehr def. Chad Isbister via KO (Strike) – Round 1 – 0:09

David Schewaga def. Dustin Gould via Verbal Tapout – Round 1 – 2:30

Tyler Larkin def. Kyle Miller via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1 – 4:45

Travis Cardinal def. Mark Poitras via TKO (Corner Stoppage) – Round 1 – 5:00

Elijah Richards def. Elvis Lyon via TKO (Ground & Pound) – Round 1 – 2:42


CFA 8 – Araujo vs. Bradley results:

Valdir Araujo def. Paul Bradley via Split Decision

Luiz Firmino def. Toby Imada Unanimous Decision

Frank Carrillo def. Charles Blanchard via Unanimous Decision

Oscar Delgado  def. Roy Jones via TKO (Knees & Punches) – 2:23 – Round 1

Josh Mercado def. Haender Rodriguez via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 4:26 – Round 3

Patrick Cenoble def. Michael Trujillo via TKO (Punches) – 3:44 – Round 1

Danny Chavez def. Chino Duran via Unanimous Decision

Michael Lilly def. Jacob Brunelle via TKO (Punches) – 4:19 – Round 1

Jayson Jones def. Gabriel Varona via Unanimous Decision

Alex Poulsen def. Maurice Salmon via Submission (Arm Bar) – 0:16 – Round 1

Pablo Alfonso def. Patrick Williams via KO (Punch) – 1:22 – Round 1

Yosdenis Cedeno def. Tony Christodoulou via Unanimous Decision

Michael Nates def. Jason Gladley via Unanimous Decision


King of the Cage – Stranglehold results:

Derek Campos def. Joe Condon via TKO -1:56 – Round 3 – Claims vacant KOTC Jr Welterweight title

Brenda Gonzales def. Sarah Alpar via Unanimous Decision – New KOTC Women’s Jr Flyweight Champion

Matthew Jones def. Terrell Thomas via Unanimous Decision

Jesse Hernandez def. Manuel Guillen via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) – 2:06 – Round 1

Chevvy Bridges def. Rowdy Wilbourn via Submission (Kimura) – 0:58 – Round 2

Alfred Walker def. Eric Benton via TKO – 3:45 – Round 3

Ian Dela Cuesta def. Chavous Smith via Submission (Armbar) – 3:47 – Round 2

Soannia Tiem def. Jazmin Quezada via Submission (Armbar) – 1:47 – Round 1

Albert Bocardo def. Kashiff Solarin via Submission (Armbar) – 4:59 – Round 1


*** Times, methods, scores, and rounds unavailable for certain bouts****


Ringside Report Radio. August 31, 2012 now online

This is the August 31, 2012 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon and Jeremy Prophet with Johnny North.

Simon and Prophet discussed Frankie Edgar versus Jose Aldo at UFC 153 on October 13 in Brazil for the UFC Featherweight championship.

Simon and Prophet talked about Anderson Silva saying he did not want to finish Thales Leites, Firas Zahabi doing MMA promotion in Montreal with Tristar Fight Nights and results from ONE FC.

Simon and Prophet also discussed the Ringside Report Official Top 10 MMA Rankings for September 2012.

All this and more MMA on this 2-hour episode.

Ringside Report Radio July 20: UFC 149 preview now online

This is the July 20, 2012 episode of Ringside Report Radio. Hosted by Dave Simon and Kevin “Big Tuna” McKough.

Strength-and-conditioning coach Jonathan Chaimberg appeared on this episode and discussed Nate Marquardt’s recent win for the Strikeforce Welterweight title, TRT, Ivan Menjivar and more.

Dave and Kevin previewed and gave their predictions for UFC 149 including every preliminary bout and the main event for the UFC interim Bantamweight championship pitting Urijah Faber versus Renan Barao.

All this and much more MMA talk on this 2-hour episode.