Discussion in 'Worldwide MMA Discussion' started by Paul L, Mar 13, 2016.
Mike Kyle vs mo D’Reese is the alternate HW fight October 5th on PFL
Austen Lane got slept again tonight!
Frank Tate def. Austen Lane, KO, 2:41 Round 1
42 years old vet climbs to 6-5 with the win
Frank Tate. He's a 42 year old that hits like a mac truck
Alton Meeks has repeatedly challenged Greg Hardy to a fight, even going so far as to offering to donate his purse to a charity of Hardy's choice, however Hardy declined.
Meeks is now entering active military duty and will be waylaid until his full time military service is over. As such, I'll be removing him from the main post until he can return to MMA again in the future.
Shit, that sucks, Meeks was a proper prospect.....I dont think we'll see him again man, to be honest. Highly unlikely. Not in general, haha, I just mean in pro MMA.
Video of Lane's KO loss. Quite brutal indeed.
Alikhan Vakhaev 7-2 vs. Kyle Noblitt 9-1 (results pending, happened this morning)
Shannon Ritch 57-87 vs. 1-0 Michael Hayward
Luboš Raušer 0-2 vs. Pavel Plešinec 0-0
Mo De'Reese 6-0 vs. Mike Kyle 23-16-1
Philipe Lins 11-3 vs. Caio Alencar 12-3
Francimar Barroso 21-7 vs. Josh Copeland 17-5
Jack May 10-4 vs. Alex Nicholson 12-6
Kelvin Tiller 10-1 vs. Jared Rosholt II 16-5
Tim Diederen 0-0 vs. Niko Lohmann 7-14
Anthony McDonald 3-3 vs. Marcus Lewis 0-0
Kim Johansen 0-0 vs. Ben Schneider 3-18
Andreas Lagaard 0-1 vs. Aboubacar Bathily 2-2
James McSweeney 15-16 vs. Thiago Silva 20-7
Erko Jun 1-0 vs. Paweł Mikołajuw 3-3
Phil De Fries 15-6 vs. Karol Bedorf 15-3
Rodrigo Quiñonez 0-1 vs. David Lopez 0-3
Vladislav Skobelev vs. Maksim Kolosov co debut
Vaklas Paraskevas 0-0 vs. Vyacheslav Gorbunov 0-3
on vacation, sorry for the delay
Muhammed DeReese def. Mike Kyle via verbal submission (strikes) – Round 1, 2:38 – heavyweight playoff alternate fight
No. 7 Jared Rosholt def. No. 2 Kelvin Tiller via unanimous decision (20-18, 20-18, 20-18) – heavyweight quarterfinal
No. 3 Philipe Lins def. No. 6 Caio Alencar via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 0:58 – heavyweight quarterfinal
No. 5 Alex Nicholson def. No. 4 Jack May via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 2:03 – heavyweight quarterfinal
No. 8 Josh Copeland def. No. 1 Francimar Barroso (19-19, 19-19, 19-19)* – heavyweight quarter final (points allowed copeland to pass Barroso somehow)
No. 3 Philipe Lins def. No. 7 Jared Rosholt via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 0:45 – heavyweight semifinal
No. 8 Josh Copeland def. No. 5 Alex Nicholson via knockout (punch) – Round 1, 1:27 – heavyweight semifinal
pfl is kinda shitshow
meanwhile de fries and vakheav won
yeah PFL Heavyweight has been disappointing hopefully next year has a lot more newbies and not a bunch of washed up ex-ufc fighters
The Rosholt/Tiller rematch sort of fucked things up overall in my opinion.
Frank mir vs Javy Ayala added to Bellator 212
was in the air/road, so late
Ryan Bader 25-5 defeats Matt Mitrione 13-5 via 3 Round Decision
Sergei Kharitonov 28-7 defeats Roy Nelson 23-15 via KO/TKO at 4:59 of Round 1
Łukasz Warchoł 1-1 vs. Paweł Zakrzewski 2-0 results pending
Kevin Szaflarski 4-1 vs. Adnan Alić II 7-13 results pending
Sergey Pashenko 5-2 vs. Konstantin Andreitsev 11-8 results pending
Chris Galinsky 2-3 vs. Brandon Quigley 11-34
Ray Lopez 9-11 vs. Ruben Esparza 3-1
Łukasz Lupa 1-0 vs. Kamil Stępiński 0-0
Piotr Witczak 0-1 vs. Sebastian Nowak 1-0
Artur Walczak 1-1 vs. Piotr Czapiewski 0-0
Saša Milinković 5-1 vs. Murat Malsagov 3-0
Björn Schmiedeberg 12-8-1 vs. Hatef Moeil 5-4
Satoshi Ishii 16-8-1 vs. Rokas Stambrauskas 12-7
Jeff Menier 0-0 vs. Quentin Domingos 1-0
Milan Vrbic 1-3 vs. Viktor Pavlíček 3-0
Jeremiah Trundle vs. Anthony Daugherty dual debut
Fedor Emelianenko 37-5 vs. Chael Sonnen 30-15-1
Cheick Kongo 28-10-2 vs. Timothy Johnson 12-4
Myung Hwan Kim 1-0 vs. Ji Won Kang 0-0
An Amateur prospect I've been watching for a while is finally making his pro debut. Esteban "Mohawk" Rodriguez out of Grand Rapids, Michigan will be making his debut on November 17th for Johnny O Productions. No opponent has been announced yet. 26 year old Rodriguez is 6'4" and about 240 lbs. He's in great shape for a Heavyweight and I even thought he could make the cut to 205 until I saw how big he is. So far he's 6-1 in his career with all of his wins coming by TKO. His lone loss was by Submission just about 3 years ago. He had to take some time off due to spending some time in prison. I'm not sure what he was in there for, but it looks like he has no intention of going back. Rodriguez needs to be tested against some higher level heavyweights, but if he passes this test, he could be a solid prospect to watch in the next year or two.
Apparently Shelton Graves is fighting Tony Johnson Jr for FFC in Vegas this week. I can't find much info on it, but Graves and TJJ posted that the fight was on as recently as last week.
That's the end of Graves' little unlikely run of form.
Main event of FFC 32!
Carl seumanutafa vs Rodney Wallace co main
Fuck me lads, welcome to 2011!
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