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Main Card:

Martin Kampmann defeats Thiago Alves by submission (guillotine choke) at 4.12mins of Rd3

Fight Report

Joseph Benavidez defeats Yasuhiro Urushitani by TKO at 0.11mins of Rd2

Fight Report

Demetrious Johnson and Ian McCall fight to a majority draw (29-28, 29-29 x2)

Fight Report

(Note: Fight was initially declared a majority victory for Johnson, but later changed to a majority draw due to a scoring error)

Costa Philippou defeats Court McGee by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Fight Report

Prelims:

James Te Huna defeats Aaron Rosa by TKO at 2.08mins of Rd1

Te Huna blasted through Rosa in quick fashion, much to the delight of the home crowd. Te Huna came out aggresively from the opening bell and before long had Rosa up against the cage and was doing very well with his strikes from close range. Volley’s of uppercuts and right and left hooks quickly took their toll on Rosa, leaving his face bleeding before his legs eventually gave out from under him and Te Huna piled on more punishment with strikes on the ground before the stoppage.

Anthony Perosh defeats Nick Penner by TKO at 4.59mins of Rd1

Solid performance from Perosh here. He opened up a nasty cut under Penner’s left eye early in the fight, but it was really his grappling that was the difference here. Penner did a nice to job to sweep out of his first takedown, but the second which came late in the round was a different story as Perosh locked him down from top control. He looked to lock in a triangle choke, but when Perosh defended he unleashed with ground and pound, forcing the referee to step in with just 1 second of the round remaining.

Steven Siler defeats Cole Miller by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

This was an enjoyable fight between these two rivals. Siler looked to have got the better of the opening round, working combinations well – wobbling his opponent at one stage with a left hook, and also outmuscling Miller in the clinch. Meanwhile Miller appeared to be struggling to find his range, and only the couple of occasions he did land some solid shots Siler walked through them and blasted back with punches of his own. In the second Miller started to get into the striking battle, beginning to throw with combinations of his own and connected with a few nice shots, but Siler was still landing more frequently. In the third Siler was starting to slow down a little and Miller was getting slightly the better of it on the feet before finally managing to get a takedown late in the round and landing some ground and pound until the bell. It was enough to win him the round, but not the fight.

Andrew Craig defeats Kyle Noke by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Not the most thrilling of fights, but late replacement Craig put in a solid, workman-like performance, matching Noke in the stand-up, doing a good job of stuffing his takedowns, and landing a crucial one of his own late in the third round to help ensure the decision victory. Noke will no doubt be disappointed by his somewhat lethargic display in front of his home fans.

T.J. Waldburger defeats Jake Hecht by submission (armbar) at 0.55mins of Rd1

Another nice display of jiu-jitsu here that started when TJ Waldburger secured a bodylock takedown on Hecht. As Hecht looked to get back upright Waldburger seized his arm, flipped him over and locked in the armbar finish with less than a minute on the clock.

Daniel Pineda defeats Mackens Semerzier by submission (armbar) at 2.05mins of Rd1

Pineda made short work of Semerzier here, dropping him early with a left hook, then momentarily moving into mount before rolling into a triangle choke and switching to an armbar to get the tap.

Shawn Jordan defeats Oli Thompson by TKO at 3.53mins of Rd2

Jordan wore Thompson down with heavy blows in this fight, finally dropping him with a combination of uppercuts and knees and then sealed the deal with ground and pound.

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