Tag:undercard results
Posted on: May 15, 2010 9:34 pm
Edited on: May 15, 2010 9:58 pm
 

Strikeforce live blog: Undercard results


We'll have a live blog of tonight's Strikeforce event in St. Louis beginning at roughly 10 p.m. ET. Refresh the main blog link for the latest updates and round-by-round details as the main card begins.

Here are the quickie undercard results from St. Louis:


  • Jesse Finney def. Justin DeMoney via submission to a guillotine choke at 3:22 of Round 1. (Wwt.)
  • Lyle "Fancy Pants" Beerbohm def. Vitor "Shaolin" Ribeiro via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27) after three rounds. (Lwt.)
  • Darryl Cobb def. Booker DeRousse via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) after three rounds.      (Mwt.)
  • Mike Chandler def. Sal Woods via submission to a rear naked choke at 59 seconds of Round 1. (Wwt.)
  • Francisco "Kiko" France def. Lee Brousseau via submission to a rear naked choke at 1:27 of  Round 1. (Light Hwt.)
  • Tom Aaron def. Erik Steenberg via submission to a guillotine choke at 56 seconds of Round 1. (Lwt.)
  • Matt Ricehouse def. Greg Wilson via submission to a rear naked choke at 45 seconds of Round 3. (Lwt.)


The main card tonight consists of the following:

  • Alistair Overeem vs. Brett "The Grim" Rogers for the Strikeforce heavyweight title
  • Andrei Arlovski vs. Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva (Hwt.)
  • Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza vs. Joey Villasenor (Mwt.)
  • Roger Gracie vs. Kevin Randleman (Light Hwt.)
  • Antwain Britt vs. Rafael Feijao (Light Hwt.)

See you in a few for the start of the live blog.



Posted on: May 8, 2010 9:47 pm
 

UFC 113 undercard results


The main card of UFC 113 begins shortly after 10 p.m. ET in Montreal. I'll have round-by-round details and analysis as the fights happen, so be sure to refresh the main blog page throughout the evening to see the latest update.

Here are the quickie undercard results (potential spoilers, as fights may air on the pay-per-view broadcast as time permits):

  • Joe Doerksen def. Tom Lawlor via submission to a rear naked choke at 2:10 of ROund 2.
  • Marcus Davis def. Jonathan Goulet via TKO due to strikes at 1:23 of Round 2.
  • Johny Hendricks def. T.J. Grant via majority decision (29-27, 29-27, 28-28) after three rounds.
  • Joey Beltran def. Tim Hague via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 29-28) after three rounds.
  • Mike Guymon def. Yoshiyuki Yoshida via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after three rounds.
  • John Salter def. Jason MacDonald via TKO due to injury stoppage (ankle) at 2:42 of Round 1.

Also want to mention that Bleacher Report's Darren Wong is in the venue and has a live blog. For an alternate take on tonight's events, check it out .

We'll be back shortly as  the first fight of the main card begins.

Posted on: April 17, 2010 8:38 pm
 

CBS Strikeforce quickie undercard results


Here are the results of the just-completed undercard bouts for CBS Strikeforce Saturday Night Fights, which goes live on the air at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

Spoiler alert: One of the fights below -- featuring Jason "Mayhem" Miller -- is scheduled to air tonight, possibly in highlight form. If you prefer not to have the finish of that fight spoiled, READ NO FURTHER and revisit this blog shortly after 9 p.m. ET for the live round-by-round analysis of the championship fights.

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Undercard Results (will not air on TV with the expected exception of Miller vs. Stout):
  • Jason Miller def. Tim Stout by TKO due to strikes at 3:09 of Round 1.
  • Ovince St. Preux def. Chris Hawk via KO at 47 seconds of Round 1.
  • Andrew Uhrich def. Dustin West via submission to a rear naked choke at 1:36 of Round 1.
  • Cale Yarbrough def. Josh Shockman via TKO due to strikes in Round 2.
  • Zach Underwood def. Hunter Worsham via unanimous decision after three rounds.
  • Dustin Ortiz def. Justin Pennington via submission to a rear naked choke at 4:27 of Round 1.
  • Cody Floyd def. Thomas Campbell via KO in Round 3.
Posted on: April 10, 2010 12:56 pm
Edited on: April 10, 2010 12:57 pm
 

UFC 112 undercard results


Here are the quickie undercard results from UFC 112 so far, as reported by Ariel Helwani of MMAfighting.com and Kevin Iole of Yahoo !:

  • Phil Davis def. Alexander Gustafsson via submission to an anaconda choke at 4:55 of Round 1. (Light Hwt.)
  • Rick Story def. Nick Osipczak via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds. (Wwt.)
  • DaMarques Johnson def. Brad Blackburn via TKO due to strikes at 2:08 of Round 3. (Wwt.)
  • Paul Kelly def. Matt Veach via submission to a guillotine choke at 3:41 of Round 2. (Lwt.)
  • Jon Madsen def. Mostapha Al-Turk via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds. (Hwt.)

A lightweight bout, Paul Taylor vs. John Gunderson , was cancelled the morning of the show , when Taylor reportedly suffered a severe migraine and was not medically cleared to fight.

I'll provide complete round-by-round results and analysis of the main card bouts, live as they happen, beginning shortly after 1 p.m. ET.



Posted on: March 27, 2010 8:53 pm
 

UFC 111 live coverage: Undercard results


Here are the undercard results so far from UFC 111 in Newark, N.J.:

  • Rousimar Palhares def. Tomasz Drwal via submission to a heel hook at 45 seconds of Round 1. (185)
  • Jared Hamman def. Rodney Wallace via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds. (205)
  • Matt Riddle def. Greg Soto via DQ due to an illegal kick at 1:30 of Round 3. (170)

Seven fights remain, including the two title bouts. I'll have live round-by-round coverage of the remaining fights right here on this blog beginning at around 9 p.m. ET.

Refresh the main blog link for the latest fights (each will have a separate blog entry).

Posted on: March 21, 2010 8:58 pm
 

UFC Live: undercard results


Here are the quickie undercard results for 'UFC Live' in Broomfield, Colo.:

  • Clay Guida defeated Shannon Gugerty via submission to an arm triangle at 3:40 of Round 2.
  • Vladimir Matyushenko defeated Eliot Marshall via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27) after three rounds.
  • Darren Elkins defeated Duane "Bang" Ludwig via TKO due to injury stoppage (left leg) at 44 seconds of Round 1.
  • John Howard defeated Daniel Roberts via KO due to a punch at 2:01 of Round 1.
  • Brendan Schaub defeated Chase Gormley via TKO due to strikes at 47 seconds of Round 1.
  • Mike Pierce defeated Julio Paulino via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) after three rounds.
  • Jason Brilz defeated Eric Schafer via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds.

The injury to Ludwig was apparently quite graphic, as his leg got caught beneath him on a takedown and either snapped or dislocated.

For full details of the undercard bouts (along with the main card), check out Bleacher Report's Andrew Brining , who is at the show.

Back in a few minutes with full, live round-by-round analysis of the main card bouts.


Posted on: February 20, 2010 9:47 pm
Edited on: February 20, 2010 9:53 pm
 

UFC 110 undercard results

UFC 110 is under way in Sydney, Australia, with the undercard just about finished. The main card begins in about 15 minutes, at which time I'll give extensive details of each fight on the main broadcast.

Yahoo! Sports is reporting the following undercard results from Australia (we'll chase down more specifics after the show, if needed):

  • Krzysztof Soszynski def. Stephan Bonnar via TKO due to a cut stoppage at 1:04 of Round 3.
  • Chris Lytle def. Brian Foster via submission to a kneebar at 1:41 of Round 1.
  • C.B. Dollaway def. Goran Reljic via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) after three rounds.
  • James Te Huna def. Igor Pokrajac via TKO due to strikes in Round 3

Check back around 10 p.m. ET for my full round-by-round live blog of the main card.



Posted on: January 31, 2010 12:14 am
Edited on: January 31, 2010 12:37 am
 

SF live results: Zitnik vs. Byrnes


Lightweights are up as David Zitnik (4-6) fights Michael Byrnes (0-2). This is the undercard fight that got bumped for time constraints earlier, so they could get Joe Riggs vs. Jay Hieron in before the Showtime telecast.

Props to Strikeforce for letting the fight happen rather than canceling, even if the building has largely emptied out at this point,

Round 1: Zitnik shoots for a takedown and Byrnes uses underhooks to defend. Zitnik accidentally low-blows Byrne, resulting in a brief stoppage. Both guys throwing wild looping punches but missing. Byrnes with a takedown. He can't capitalize, so he lets Zitnik up. Zitnik misses a jumping knee. Nice kick to the ribs by Zitnik. Zitnik with a right hand into a takedown attempt. Byrnes locks in a guillotine choke. Zitnik jumps upward to try to relieve some of the pressure. Byrnes holds on to it for a long time before Zitnik escapes. Zitnik with a body shot, Byrnes whiffs on a looping right. Superman punch by Byrnes misses the mark. He tries another, with the same result. End of the round. 10-9 Byrnes.

Round 2: Zitnik is trying high kicks, but Byrnes is blocking them. Both fighters are throwing hands now, with neither landing much. Byrnes tags Zitnik with a nice left. Zitnik answers with one of his own. Head kick by Zitnik gets blocked. Byrnes lands a left hook. Leg kick by Zitnik, followed by two more. Jumping knee by Byrne misses, while Zitnik lands a pair of fists for good measure. End of the round, and I have it 10-9 Zitnik, but it was close.

Round 3: They're swinging with ill intent. Zitnik gets a takedown. Byrnes has the leg trapped for half guard. Zitnik stands to try to swing down at Byrnes, but Byrnes escapes. The remaining audience members are loving this. It's a decent fight. Nice left hook-right uppercut combo by Byrnes finds the mark. Byrnes with a straight right, but misses the follow-up. Body shots by Byrnes as Zitnik swings for the head. Kick to the ribs by Byrnes. Byrnes gets the best of an exchange with a nice straight left. The rest of the round is mostly swing-and-miss by both men. 10-9 Byrnes, so I'd give the bout to Byrnes, 29-28. We'll see what the judges think.

Winner: Michael Byrnes def. David Zitnik via majority decision (29-29, 30-27, 30-27) after three rounds.

 
 
 
 
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