UFC on Fuel TV 5 Quick Results

Main Card:

  • Stefan Struve def. Stipe Miocic via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 3:50
  • Dan Hardy def. Amir Sadollah via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
  • Brad Pickett def. Yves Jabouin via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 3:40
  • Matt Wiman def. Paul Sass via submission (armbar) – Round 1, 3:48
  • John Hathaway def. John Maguire via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Che Mills def. Duane Ludwig via TKO (verbal submission) – Round 1, 3:28

Preliminary Card:

  • Jimi Manuwa def. Kyle Kingsbury via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) – Round 2, 5:00
  • Akira Corassani def. Andy Ogle via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Brad Tavares def. Tom Watson via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28)
  • Gunnar Nelson def. DaMarques Johnson via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 3:34
  • Robbie Peralta def. Jason Young via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 0:23

XFC 20 Quick Results


Full Card:

  • Eric Reynolds def. Lorenzo Borgomeo via Guillotine Choke – Round 2, 3:58
  • Scott Holtzman def. Chris Coggins vai TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 4:46
  • Sofia Bagherdai def. Sarah Maloy via TKO (Punches & Elbows) – Round 1, 4:01
  • Joby Sanchez def. Christopher Dunn via Triangle Choke – Round 1, 1:49
  • Shah Bobonis def. Cornelius Godfrey via Unanimous Decision
  • Drew Kennedy def. Anthony Lemon via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 4:20
  • Nate Landwehr def. Chris Wright via TKO (Punches) – Round 2, 3:56
  • Craig Johnson def. Zachary Odom via TKO (Punches) – Round 2
  • Ian Boxhorn def. Chad Perrine via Unanimous Decision
  • Adam Hyde def. David Miles via Rear Naked Choke – Roudn 3, 1:25
  • Jake Fine def. Steve Thomas via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1
  • Tyler Hunley def. Chonci Houston via Unanimous Decision

Bellator 74 Quick Results

Main Card

  • Lyman Good def. Jim Wallhead via Unanimous Decision
  • Marius Zaromskis def. Nordine Taleb via Unanimous Decision
  • Michail Tsarev def. Tim Welch via Rear Naked Choke – Round 2, 1:57
  • Andrey Koreshkov def. Jordan Smith via Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card

  • Will Martinez Jr. def. Casey Johnson via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 2:27
  • Michelle Ould def. Munah Holland via Unanimous Decision
  • Alexandre Bezerra def. Matt McCook via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 3:04
  • Phillipe Nover def. Derrick Kennington via Rear Naked Choke – Round 2, 4:20
  • Bryan Van Artsdalen def. Jay Haas via Guillotine Coke – Round 1, 1:03
  • Claudio Ledesma def. Kenny Foster via Unanimous Decision

Steven Siler vs Darren Elkins Added to UFC 154


Steven Siler

  • 21-9 MMA / 3-0 UFC Record
  • 3 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Josh Clopton, Cole Miller, Joey Gambino


Darren Elkins

  • 14-2 MMA / 4-1 UFC Record
  • 3 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Duane Ludwig, Michihiro Omigawa, Diego Brandao


UFC 154

November 17th, 2012

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Bell Centre


Steven Siler is one of the more surprising success stories from the 14th season of the Ultimate Fighter, winning his first three fights inside the octagon. Siler really put himself on the map with a clear-cut unanimous decision over Cole Miller at UFC on FX 2. Most recently, he defeated highly-touted prospect, Joey Gambino by first round guillotine choke.

After going 1-1 as a lightweight, Darren Elkins dropped to the 145-pound division and has won his first three bouts as a featherweight. All three wins were decisions, which he earned against Michihiro Omigawa, Tiequan Zhang, and TUF 14 winner Diego Brandao.

Andrei Arlovski vs Devin Cole to Headline World Series of Fighting 1

Andrei Arlovski

  • 17-9 MMA Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Fabricio Werdum, Ben Rothwell, Roy Nelson

Devin Cole

  • 20-9-1 MMA Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Trevor Smith, Shawn Jordan, Gabriel Salinas-Jones


World Series of Fighting 1

November 3rd, 2012

Las Vegas, Nevada

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino


Announced card so far:

  • Andrei Arlovski vs. Devin Cole
  • Miguel Torres vs. TBA
  • Gregor Gracie vs. Tyson Steele
  • Josh Burkman vs. Gerald Harris
  • Brian Cobb vs. Ronys Torres
  • Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante vs. John Gunderson
  • Bobby Lashley vs. TBA
  • Rolles Gracie vs. TBA
  • James McSweeney vs. TBA

Anthony Perosh vs Joey Beltran Added to UFC on FX 6


Anthony Perosh

  • 13-7 MMA / 3-4 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Tom Blackledge, Cyrille Diabate, Nick Penner


Joey Beltran

  • 14-8 MMA / 3-5 UFC Record
  • Lost 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Rolles Gracie, Tim Hague, Aaron Rosa


UFC on FX 6

December 14th, 2012

Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Australia

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre


Anthony Perosh had a career resurgence in 2011, winning three consecutive fights by stoppages in the UFC, including submission wins over Tom Blackledge and Cyrille Diabate. Unfortunately, last time out his winning streak was snapped by Ryan Jimmo who earned an incredible 7-second knockout in the first round.

Joey Beltran has seen better days in his career, losing three out his last four fights. He was released from the UFC following back-to-back losses to Stipe Miocic and Lavar Johnson, but after a unanimous decision victory over Anton Talamantes outside the promotion, he was brought back as a late replacement. Beltran than lost his comeback fight to James Te Huna by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel TV 4.

Mike Pyle vs James Head Targeted for The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale

Mike Pyle

  • 23-8-1 MMA / 6-3 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: John Hathaway, Ricardo Almeida, Josh Neer

James Head

  • 9-2 MMA / 2-1 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Gerald Harris, Papy Abedi, Brian Ebersole


The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale

December 15th, 2012

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino


Mike Pyle has cracked in to the top 20 in the UFC’s welterweight rankings winning five of his last six, including a current two-fight win streak. Wins include knockout victories against Ricardo Funch and Josh Neer along with decision victories against Ricardo Almeida and John Hathway. Pyle’s only blemish on his record since June of 2010, was a first round TKO loss to 170 pound phenom, Rory MacDonald.

James Head suffered a third round submission defeat to Nick Ring in his debut back in June of last year. He has since dropped to the welterweight division and put together back-to-back wins inside the octagon. Most recently earning an upset split decision victory over Brian Ebersole at UFC 149.

Gilbert Melendez Injured; Strikeforce: Melendez vs Healy Cancelled


For the second time in three cards, a Zuffa event has been cancelled due to an injury in the main event.

Strikeforce lightweight champion, Gilbert Melendez has been forced out of his headlining bout with Pat Healy because of an undisclosed injury suffered while training. It was Showtime’s decision to not broadcast the rest of the card, without Melendez in the main event.

“When Showtime informed us that it would not be airing the event, we made the difficult decision to cancel Saturday’s card in Sacramento,” Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker stated. “Without a television partner, we simply could not move forward with this event. We wish Gilbert a speedy recovery and will work diligently and quickly to reschedule the fighters affected by this news on upcoming cards.”

It is rumored that former champion Josh Thomson, offered to step up and face Healy for a number one contender’s bout, but was turned down either by Strikeforce or Showtime. There is no information on if the other nine bouts on the card will be moved to a later date or scrapped all together.

UFC 152 Quick Results


Main Card: 

  • Jon Jones def. Vitor Belfort via Americana – Round 4, 0:54
  • Demetrious Johnson def. Joseph Benavidez via Split Decision
  • Michael Bisping def. Brian Stann via Unanimous Decision
  • Matt Hamill def. Roger Hollett via Unanimous Decision
  • Cub Swanson def. Charles Oliveira via KO (Punch) – Round 1, 2:40

Preliminary Card:

  • Vinny Magalhaes def. Igor Pokrajac via Armbar – Round 2, 1:14
  • TJ Grant def. Evan Dunham via Unanimous Decision
  • Sean Pierson def. Lance Benoist via Unanimous Decision
  • Marcus Brimage def. Jim Hettes via Unanimous Decision
  • Seth Baczynski def. Simeon Thoresen via KO (Punch) – Round 1, 4:10
  • Mitch Gagnon def. Walel Watson via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 1:09
  • Kyle Noke def. Charlie Brenneman via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 0:45

Tim Kennedy vs Trevor Smith Added to November Strikeforce Event


Tim Kennedy

  • 14-4 MMA / 5-2 Strikeforce Record
  • Won 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Trevor Prangley, Melvin Manhoef, Robbie Lawler


Trevor Smith

  • 10-2 MMA / 2-1 Strikeforce Record
  • Won 6 of Last 7 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Keith Berry, TJ Cook, Alexandre Moreno



November 3rd, 2012

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Chesapeake Energy Arena


Tim Kennedy looks to rebound from his second failed attempt at winning Strikeforce gold, when he lost a unanimous decision to Luke Rockhold back in July. The loss snapped a two-fight winning streak, which consisted of victories over Melvin Manhoef and Robbie Lawler.

Trevor Smith drops to middleweight for the first time in Strikeforce after going 2-1 in the light heavyweight division. He started off his Strikeforce career with two straight submission victories over Keith Berry and TJ Cook, but then was stopped in the first round by Gian Villante by TKO. Most recently, Smith took a fight outside of Strikeforce, defeating Alexandre Moreno by first round guillotine choke.