Weekend in Fights! June 16th Edition

This Father’s Day Weekend in Fights! (June 16th, 2012) may not have featured any events from the UFC, Bellator, Strikeforce or any other major promotion, but featured many UFC veterans on local cards across the United States. Some of the veterans fighting this weekend included Tim Sylvia, Jorge Santiago, Karo Parisyan, John Gunderson, Drew Fickett, Kendall Grove, Derek Brunson, Lyle Beerbohm, Marcus Aurelio, Charles Bennett, Roli Delgado and many more.

Titan Fighting Championship started our weekend on Friday night, with TFC 23 “Fight for the Troops” in Fort Riley, Kansas, and airing on HDNet. Headlining the event was former Sengoku Middleweight champion and UFC veteran Jorge Santiago was originally set to face UFC and Bellator veteran Jay Silva, but for reasons unknown, Silva was pulled from the fight. Santiago was pitted  against the virtually Justin Guthrie, in a very lopsided bout that saw Santiago submit his opponent with an inverted heel hook in 94-seconds. Santiago snapped Guthrie’s four fight win streak, while improving his win streak to two at TFC since dropping two in the UFC and being released. Post fight Santiago hinted at a possible drop to Welterweight. (Full TFC 23 – Fight for the Troops event results below.)

New England Fights “FIGHT NIGHT III” kicked off their inaugural event at  the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston, Maine on Saturday night. Headlining the event was none other than the “Maine-iac” Tim Sylvia making his Maine debut. The former 2-time UFC Heavyweight champion was as Sylvia was in the cage for 12-seconds. Storming in quickly, Sylvia dropped Randy Smith with a right hand to the body and continued with a flurry of strikes that forced the referee to stop the bout. Sylvia was anxious to get back home to Iowa to spend Father’s Day with his 17-month-old son Maverick. Now improving to 31-7 Sylvia hopes to get another shot in the UFC. 16 more fights both pro and amateur rounded up the card with local fighters with lots of quick finishes. (Full NEF – Fight Night III event results below.)

Also on Saturday night, ShoFIGHT debuted their first ever professional fight card with ShoFIGHT 20. Emanating form other Springfield, at the O’Reilly Family Event Center in Missouri. The ShoFIGHT 20 card was injury filled yet still featured a stacked card of UFC, STRIKEFORCE, Bellator, Pride and WEC veterans, and crowned two inaugural champions. Guest of Ringside Report Radio and Lightweight fighter John Gunderson captured the ShoFIGHT Welterweight title by submitting Karo Parisyan midway through the first round. Parisyan took Gunderson down early, but he was able to get back to his feet and connect with a devastating left knee. A little rocked and desperate, Parisyan shot in for another takedown where he was met with a guillotine choke that ultimately ended the bout.

Kendall Grove defeated last minute replacement Derek Brunson in a three round catchweight bout for the  ShoFIGHT Middleweight title. Brunson who took the fight on four days notice dominated Grove with his wrestling, but was unable to improve position, while Grove worked his ground offense from guard. Grove picked up a baffling split decision victory and the title delivering Brunson his first ever defeat.

Lyle Beerbohm worked his was to a victory over Marcus Aurelio with takedowns and ground and pound. Beerbohm bloodied up Aurelio midway through the fight and just continued to the end picking up the unanimous decision. Jonatas Novaes knocked out Drew Fickett in 51-seconds. This first round  knockout marks Fickett’s fifth in his last six bouts. Shonie Carter was slated to fight on the card but was unable to because he was hit by a car. (Full ShoFIGHT 20 event results below.)


Friday Night Fights –


Titan Fighting Championship 23 – Fight for the Troops results:

Jorge Santiago def. Justin Guthrie via submission (inverted heel hook) – Round 1, 1:34

Joe Wilk def. Josh Huber via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 2:09

Brandon Bear def. Nick Budig via TKO (elbows) – Round 2, 2:23

Jake Lindsey def. Jordan Johnson via Unanimous Decision

Freddy Assuncao def. Andrew Carrillo via TKO (injury) – Round 2, 4:24

Wayman Carter def. Gregg Van der Creek via Unanimous Decision


Saturday Night Fights –


New England Fights – Fight Night III results:

Pro bouts:

Tim Sylvia def. Randy Smith via TKO (Strikes) – 0:12 – Round 1

Ryan Sanders def. Ray Shawdee via Submission (Guillotine) – 0:53 – Round 2

Jamie Harrison def. Andrew Robertson via TKO (Punches) – 0:50 – Round 1

Josh Bellows def. Ryan Cowette via KO (Punches) – 0:46 – Round 1

Bruce Boyington def. Keegan Hornstra via KO (Spin Kick) – 0:10 – Round 1

Hassan Mahmood def. Ernie Ornelas via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 1:39 – Round 1

Josh Parker def. Chris Ramos via Unanimous Decision

Amateur bouts:

John Raio def. Derek Shorey via Submission (Guillotine) – Round 2

Allan Josselyn def. Matt Benner via KO (Punch) – Round 1

Jesse Erickson def. Tollison Lewis via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1

Nick Spencer def. Matt Almy via Submission (Kimura) – Round 1

John Healey def. Cleon Hoggard via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 3

Brent Dillingham def. Crowsneck Boutin via TKO (Strikes) – Round 2

Buck Pineau def. Tim Tucker via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – Round 1


ShoFIGHT 20 results:

Lucas Lopes def. Sam Alvey via TKO (Punches) – 1:37 – Round 1

Chris McDaniel def. Charles Bennett via Submission (Triangle Choke) – 2:52 – Round 1

Savak Magakian def. James Reese via Unanimous Decision

John Gunderson def, Karo Parisyan via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 2:47 – Round 1 – Wins Inaugural ShoFIGHT Welterweight title

Kendall Grove def. Derek Brunson via Split Decision – Wins Inaugural ShoFIGHT Middleweight title

Lyle Beerbohm def. Marcus Aurelio via Unanimous Decision

Mike Wessel def. Matt Kovacs via TKO (Punches) – 4:50 – Round 2

Jonatas Novaes def. Drew Fickett via TKO (Punches) – 0:51 – Round 1

Chris Gruetzemacher def. Roli Delgado via TKO (Elbows) – 3:24 – Round 3

Dustin Phillips def. Allen Gibson via Unanimous Decision

Mike Brazzle def. Karen Darabedyan via TKO (Punches) – 4:15 – Round 1

Matt Lucas def. Lucas Overcast via Unanimous Decision

Jacob Ritchie def. Robert Sabaruddin via TKO (Punches) – 3:28 – Round 3

Jason Ignacek def. Gary Michaels via Unanimous Decision


Weekend in Fights! May 12th-15th Edition

This Weekend in Fights! (May 12-15) is a very special weekend that is extended to Tuesday with the UFC holding their third event of FUEL TV midweek in Virginia. Friday’s events included Bellator in New Jersey and Legacy Fighting Championship in Texas. Saturday’s events included Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki in Poland and Pure MMA in Pennsylvania.

As always, Bellator kicked off the weekend with Bellator 68 in Atlantic City, New Jersey at the Palladium Ballroom of Caesars Atlantic City and broadcast on MTV2 and Spike.com. The event featured the finals of the Bellator Season 6 Featherweight tournament, and one half of the Bantamweight semifinals. In the Featherweight finals Daniel Straus seemingly submitted Marlon Sandro, but he was saved by the bell, but not from the judges. Straus took advantage of the hesitant Sandro, fighting off his submission attempts and landing more crisp strikes and controlled the bout. Straus picks up a $100,000 and a shot at current Bellator Featherweight champion Pat Curran.

In the Bantamweight semifinals, Marcos Galvao edged out Travis Marx for the unanimous decision victory. Galvao used his superior striking and takedown defense to stuff Marx’ attmpts to gain control. Galvao will face the winner of the Luis Nogueira vs. Hiroshi Nakamura later this year.

Prolific knockout artist Marius Zaromskis was on his was to losing a three round decision Waachiim Spiritwolf, but due to a nasty cut cause my Zaromskis in the first round the action was force to end after the second round, as Spiritwolf was not clearly to continue. (Full Bellator 68 event results below.)

Legacy Fighting Championship continued Friday nights action with their  11th event airing on HDNet at Arena Theater in Houston, Texas. The event had former WEC Lightweight Jamie Varner to take on Lee King, but due to Varner signing with the UFC he was replaced by undefeated fighter Evan Cutts, who continued that streak with a second round triangle choke submission over King. In the main event Clay Hantz replaced the injured Jesus Rivera on short notice to take on Jorge Patino for the vacant LFC Lightweight championship now that simultaneous LFC Lightweight and Featherweight champion Daniel Pineda signed with the UFC. Although stepping in last minute wasn’t a pre-fight problem for Hantz, he was knocked out in 64-seconds by Patino. Patino is now the new Legacy Fighting Championship Lightweight champion. Bellator veteran Chad Robichaux snapped his two fight losing skid with submission over two-time UFC veteran Joseph Sandoval in 50-seconds. After going 3-1 in the UFC including a knockout of the night honors, Gerald Harris who was surprisingly cut by the promotion picked up his fourth consecutive victory with a split decision over  Mike Bronzoulis. (Full LFC 11 event results below.)

KSW 19 took place at the Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland former World’s Strongest Man Mariusz Pudziannowski defeated Bob Sapp in the main event. The bout only lasted 39-second Pudziannowski rained down punches on Sapp. Sapp didn’t throw one punch, nor did he attempt to make it a fight, as it was evident that he showed up simply to collect a pay check. Unsigned European phenom Mamed Khalidov knocked out UFC veteran Rodney Wallace in under two minutes of the very first round. UFC & Bellator veteran Jay Silva lost a majority decision to Michal Materia. While UFC, Bellator, Shark Fights, IFL, and BAMMA veteran snapped a four fight losing skid Matt Horwich with a third round TKO of Antoni Chmielewski. (Full KSW 19 event results below.)

Pure MMA took place at the Sports Dome in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the event was headlined by MMA journeyman Din Thomas, who had two stints in the UFC. Since being cut in 2008, Thomas has gone on the fight in local promotions, and picked up his fourth consecutive victory and the Pure MMA Featherweight title with a first round arm bar submission over Cody Bollinger. Another championship bout took place on the card as Pete Martin defeated Michael Byrnes. Oddly enough in a three round decision for the Pure MMALightweight title, which is odd for a title bout. Also on the card were UFC veterans Waylon Lowe & Jason Dent. Lowe picked up his third KO/TKO when the referee was forced to call a halt to the action in the third round over Mike Diggs. After going 1-1 in the UFC, Dent has yet to recover from his UFC 106 loss to George Sotiropoulos, as he continues his losing ways, added a fourth consecutive loss to his record with a unanimous decision loss to Rustam Khabilov. (Full Pure MMA event results below.)

UFC on FUEL TV 3 took place at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia on Tuesday night. The 11 bout card was headlined with the Featherweight title eliminator bout between Dustin Poirier and the Korean Zombie Chan Sung Jung. Jung displayed an extremely evolved MMA game, with a combination of ground work and crisp striking. Both fighters went toe-to-toe for 16 minutes, as Jung scored a fourth round D’Arce choke submission choking Poirier out cold. Jung who was primarily a striker in previous bouts, took Poirier to the ground early, delivering both ground and pound strikes and submission attempts. Poirier was outclassed both on the ground and standing, as he was unable to fight off the persistent Jung throughout the highly contested three rounds.

In the only knockout of the card, Tom Lawlor, who was celebrating his birthday knocked out Jason MacDonald in 50-seconds.

Although he was getting manhandled by Marcus LeVesseur; Cody McKenzie, who was sporting a new look, pulled off his trademark guillotine submission for a first round victory.

Tristar’s Yves Jabouin picked up the third straight victory in the UFC as a Bantamweight when he won a clear cut unanimous decision over Jeff Hougland. Jabouin used a variety of spin kicks to drop Hougland early in the first round, but was unable to finish him off with ground and pound. Jabouin continued his assault throughout the next two rounds, with a combination a kicks, and ground and pound.

Nova Scotia’s TJ Grant won his second fight since dropping to Lightweight, with a unanimous decision victory over Carlo Prater. Doing some training over a Nova Uniao, Grant showed off his much improved ground work over the Brazilian fighter with ground control and submission attempts.

Very good fight card with most of the bouts going the distance, but entertaining in the process. Donald Cerrone kickboxed his was to defeating boxer Jeremy Stephens, who could never find his range. Igor Prokrajac and Fabio Maldonado had one hell of a slugfest over, that seemingly saw Prokrajac the winner. Finally the opening bout of the card saw Francisco Rivera beat up a very tough Alex Soto with kicks and punches. (Full UFC on FUEL TV 3 event results below.)


Friday Night Fights –


Bellator 68 results:

Daniel Straus def. Marlon Sandro via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) – featherweight-tourney final

Marcos Galvao def. Travis Marx via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) – bantamweight-tourney semifinal

Marcin Held def. Derrick Kennington via submission (heel hook) – Round 1, 2:08

Marius Zaromskis def. Waachiim Spiritwolf via TKO (doctor’s stoppage due to cut) – Round 2, 5:00


Don Carlo-Clauss def. Jacob Kirwan via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Aung La Nsang def. Jesus Martinez via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 0:36

Anthony Leone def. Claudio Ledesma via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27)

Francois Ambang def. Gregory Millard via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)


LFC 11 results:

Jorge Patino def. Clay Hantz via KO (punches) – Round 1, 1:04 -wins vacant lightweight title

Chad Robichaux def. Joseph Sandoval via submission (north-south choke) – Round 1, 0:50

Gerald Harris def. Mike Bronzoulis via split decision

Evan Cutts def. Lee King via submission (triangle choke) – Round 2, 1:35

William “Bubba” Bush vs. Artenas Young declared no contest

Nelson Salas def. Angel Huerta via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 4:45

Ryan Benoit def. Cody Williams via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 2:53

Ray Blodget def. Cris Rucker via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Lester Batres def. Justin Murray via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Jesus “J.T.” Mendez def. Andy Sandoval via TKO (punches) – Round 1

Marcus Dupar def. Bobby Powers via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 2


Saturday Night Fights –


KSW 19 results:

Mariusz Pudziannowski def. Bob Sapp via TKO (Punches) – 0:39 – Round 1

Mamed Khalidov def. Rodney Wallace via KO (Punch) – 1:55 – Round 1

Michal Materia def. Jay Silva via Majority Decision

Matt Horwich def. Antoni Chmielewski via TKO (Punches) – 2:19 – Round 3

Aslambek Saidov def. Grigor Aschugbabjan via Submission (Kimura) – 4:51 – Round 1

Marta Chojnoska def. Paulina Suska via Submission (Scarf Hold Armlock) – 0:42 – Round 1

Borys Mankowski def. Marcin Naruszczka via Majority Decision


Pure MMA results:

Din Thomas def. Cody Bollinger via Submission (Arm Bar) – 2:09 – Round 1 – wins Pure MMA Featherweight title

Pete Martin def. Michael Byrnes via Unanimous Decision (3 Rounds) – wins Pure MMA Lightweight title

Waylon Lowe def. Mike Diggs via TKO (Referee Stoppage) – 3:13 – Round 3

Rustam Khabilov def. Jason Dent via Unanimous Decision

Brett Martinez def. Kenneth Nagle via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) – 1:54 – Round 1

Jason Gladey def. Tyrelle Olding via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 1:03 – Round 1

Elder Ramos def. James Watts via KO (Head Kick) – 1:51 – Round 1

Lazaro Gonzalez def. Craig Mover via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 0:19 – Round 1

Brandon Williams def. Neil Darrow via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 0:52 – Round 1


Tuesday Night Fights –


UFC on FUEL TV 3 results:

Chan Sung Jung def. Dustin Poirier via Submission (D’Arce Choke) – 1:07 – Round 4

Amir Sadollah def. Jorge Lopez via Split Decision

Donald Cerrone def. Jeremy Stephens via Unanimous Decision

Yves Jabouin def. Jeff Hougland via Unanimous Decision

Igor Pokrajac def. Fabio Maldonado via Unanimous Decision

Tom Lawlor def. Jason MacDonald via KO (Punch) – 0:50 – Round 1

Facebook prelims:

Brad Tavares def. Dongi Yang via Unanimous Decision

Cody McKenzie def. Marcus LeVesseur via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – 3:05 – Round 1

T.J. Grant def. Carlo Prater via Unanimous Decision

Rafael Dos Anjos def. Kamal Shalorus via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)- 1:40 – Round 1

Johnny Eduardo def. Jeff Curran via Unanimous Decision

Francisco Rivera def. Alex Soto via Unanimous Decision

Weekend in Fights! February 16th-18th

This Weekend in Fights! (February 18th) was another filled with UFC veterans, yet no UFC. The Superior Cage Combat feature multiple UFC veterans on one card, including Jay Silva, Kendall Grove, Jamie Yager, Justin Buchholz, and John Gunderson. Both Yoshihiro Maeda and Akihiro Gono fought on Deep 57. Former STRIKEFORCE Heavyweight competitor Brett Rogers was in action in his home state of Michigan. MMAJunkie.com aired Cage Warriors Fighting Championship, and although not a superstar, Roy Boughton a man who had two impressive victories for W-1 picked up a victory in the Philippines. On the Boxing side of things Vitali Klitschko was in action.

The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada played host of Superior Cage Combat’s fourth event on Thursday night. The event was headlined by two UFC veterans in Jay Silva (8-5 MMA, 0-2 UFC) versus former TUF Season 2 winner Kendall Grove (14-10MMA, 8-5 UFC). Silva took home the “W” when he choked out Grove with an arm triangle in under two minutes of the second round. John Gunderson (33-12 MMA, 1-2 UFC) won his second fight for SCC when he submitted TUF Alumni Justin Buchholz (12-7 MMA, 1-4 UFC  with a Kimura mid way through the final frame of their bout, snapping Buchholz two fighting winning streak for SCC. Another TUF Alumni Jamie Yager (6-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) made his SCC debut with a hard fought unanimous decision victory over Danny Davis Jr. (6-6 MMA, 0-1 SF) . (Full Superior Cage Combat event results below.)

Deep 57 Impact took place at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday with Pride, Dream and WEC veteran Yoshihiro Maeda (29-11) snap a two fight losing skid by submitting Takafumi Ostuka (12-10) with a rear naked choke in the second round. Now fighting at Lightweight, former UFC Welterweight competitor Akihiro Gono (32-17 MMA,1-2 UFC) suffered yet another loss via decision against Daisuke Nakamura (25-13). With this loss Gono is riding a two fight losing skid, while Nakamura improves 2-0 in his last two outings. (Full Deep 57 – Impact event results below.)

United Kingdom based Cage Warriors Fighting Championship held their 45th main card event on Saturday at the HMV Forum in London, England broadcasting on Facebook and MMAJunkie.com. The event was headlined by a heavyweight bout pitting Bobby  Brents (11-2) against Rogent Lloret (11-2) in a one round affair with Brents picking up the “W” via submission, with an arm-triangle choke with 19 seconds remaining. Irish fighter, Chris Fields advanced into the promotions Middleweight tournament semi-finals with a TKO victory over Jack Mason in 50 seconds. Fields will now meet John Phillips (14-4) to advance to the finals for the crowning of vacant CWFC Middleweight title. (Full CWFC 45 event results below.)

Pacific Xtreme Combat held their 29th event at the Ynares Sports Center, in the Philippines with “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” Mark Munoz in attendance. The event was headlined with the PXC Flyweight championship on the line, as  Ale Cali defeated the champion Jesse Taitano to claim the title with TKO due to referee stoppage in the third round. Cesar Gracie Jiu-Jitsu product Roy Boughton (8-2) picked up a unanimous decision victory over Llima Maiava on the card. Canadian MMA fans might remember the Light Heavyweight for his notable victories for W-1, when he defeated then touted prospect Misha Cirkunov and brother of Shogun, Murillo Rua while under the banner. (Full PXC 29 event results below.)

Donofiro Entertainment’s Impact Fight League presented their 45 event dubbed “My Bloody Valentine” at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan, with a main event of Brett Rogers versus Todd Allee. The former STRIKEFORCE Heavyweight got an early take down, and began pounding Allee, but after several illegal punches to the back pf the head, Allee was unable to continue and picked up the victory via disqualification. With this loss Rogers is now 0-3 in his last three outings. (Full IFL 45 – My Bloody Valentine event results below.)

WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko (44-2, 40 KOs) defeated Dereck Chisora (15-3, 9 KOs) on Saturday night at the Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany. Before the bout even began, Chisora spit in the face Wladimir Klitscko face during the introductions due to a refusal of multiple rematches. Klitschko ruptured a ligament  during the bout, disabling him to secure a  knockout victory. A brawl broke out during the post fight press conference, between Dereck Chisora and Heavyweight boxer David Haye, which lead to the arrest of Chisora and  his trainer Don Charles  at Munich Airport. Munich Police are still looking for Haye who didn’t return to his hotel, nor did he catch his schedule flight. (Full Klitschko vs. Dereck Chisora event results below.)




Thursday Night Fights:

SCC 4: Grove vs. Silva results:

Jay Silva def. Kendall Grove via Technical Submission (Arm Triangle Choke) -1.52-Round 2

John Gunderson def. Justin Buchholz via Submission (Kimura) 2:34-Round 3

Jamie Yager def. Danny Davis Jr. via Unanimous Decision

Pablo Goncalves Silva def. Dominique Robinson via Unanimous Decision

Brandon Bender def. Marlin Weikel via Submission (Triangle Choke)-2:30-Round 3

Walter Harris def. Anthony Hamilton via KO (Punch) -1:15-Round 1

Jimmy Jones def. Joao Victor via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) -3:49-Round 3


Saturday Night Fights:


Deep 57 -Impact results:

Mizuto Hirota def. Seicho Ikemoto via Unanimous Decision

Levan Razmadze def. Ryuta Noji via Submission (Arm Bar) -3:16-Round 1

Kazunori Yokota def. Hideki Kadowaki via Unanimous Decision

Yoshihiro Maeda def. Takafumi Ostuka via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) -3:13-Round 1

Amanda Lucas def. Yumiko Hotta via Submission (Keylock) -2:16-Round 3

Daisuke Nakamura def. Akihiro Gono via Unanimous Decision

Shoji Maruyama def. Tatsunao Nagakura via Unanimous Decision

Daiki Hata def. Yusaku Nakamura via TKO (Punches) -3:57-Round 1

Makoto Kamaya def. Katsuya Toida via TKO (Punches) -1:13-Round 1

Hirohide Fujinuma def. Seigo Mizuguchi via KO (Punches) -1:20-Round 1

Yoshitomo Watanabe def. Naoki Samukawa Majority Decision

Hiromitsu Kanehara vs. Daijiro Matsui Majority Draw

Masato Kobayashi def. Tatsuyuki Nakamura via KO (Punches) -0:09-Round 1

Yuki Niimura def. Bernard Ackah via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) -3:35-Round 1

Shun Yoshioka def. Yosuke Ebihara via TKO (Doctor Stoppage) -1:07-Round 2

Hikaru Hasumi def. Tatsuya Tomozane via Majority Decision


Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 45 -Brents vs. Lloret results:

Bobby Brents def. Rogent Lloret via (submission) arm-triangle choke – Round 1, 4:41

James “J.P.” Reese def. Brad Wheeler via unanimous decision

Chris Fields def. Jack Mason via TKO (kick and punches) – Round 1, 0:50 (middleweight-tourney opening round)

Conor McGregor def. Steve O’Keeffe via knockout (elbows) – Round 1, 1:33

Dave Keeley def. Eddy Bengtsson via TKO (elbows) – Round 1, 4:40

Brett Sizeland def. Brett Bassett via TKO (cut) – Round 2, 1:47

Jacek Toczydlowski def. Shah Hussain via unanimous decision

Charlie Watts def. Chad Brown via submission (punches) – Round 2, 2:12

Ben Hajir def. Michael Jones via submission (armbar) – Round 3, 3:06


Impact Fight League 45 – My Bloody Valentine results:

Todd Allee def. Brett Rogers via DQ (Punches to the back of the Head) – 1:18-Round 1

Amir Khillah def. Dominic O’Grady via Unanimous Decision

Marcus Reynolds def. Jorge Sarat via KO (Punches) – 1:04-Round 1

Dequan Townsend def. Andy Hahn via Split Decision

Tory Bogguess def. Eric Moon via Submission who latched on a (Guillotine) -0:43-Round 1

(No other results found)


Pacific Xtreme Combat 29 results:

Ale Cali def. Jesse Taitano via TKO (Punches) – Round 3*(New PXC Flyweight Champion)

Harris Sarmiento def. Raja Shippen via TKO (Punches) -Round 1*

Crisanto Pitpitunge def. Victor Galdon via Unanimous Decision

Ryan Bigler def. Dorian Price via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) – Round 1*

Roy Boughton def. Llima Maiava via Unanimous Decision

Jay Tenorio def. Carlo Astudillo via Submission (Guillotine) -1:05-Round 2

Troy Bantiag def. Michael Regalado via Unanimous Decision

Glen Ranillo def. Jerry Legaspi via Submission (Arm Bar) *

Eugene Toquero def. Ricky Lucena via TKO*

(*Time and/or Round results unavailable for certain bouts)




Vitali Klitschko vs. Dereck Chisora-Showdown in Munchen- results:

WBC Heavyweight Champion Vitali Klitschko def. Dereck Chisora via Unanimous Decision (118-110, 118-110, 119-111 -12 Round Bout) (successfully defended his WBC belt)

NABF Heavyweight Champion Johnathon Banks def. Nicolai Firtha via Unanimous Decision (120-108, 119-109, 119-109 – 12 Round Bout) (successfully defended his NABF belt)

Serhiy Fedchenko def.  Laszlo Fazekas Unanimous Decision (8 Round Bout)