The Kokomo Event Center
Brandon Clawson vs. William Cottrell
Round one: Clawson started with two kicks and punches to push Cottrell backwards. Cottrell charged forward and ate a body kick, but was able to move the action to the cage. Cottrell secured a high crotch and slammed Clawson to the ground. Two reversals for dominate positions from both fighters as they worked on the ground. Clawson finally worked for half guard as Cottrell tried to control the head with his arms. Cottrell worked hard for a guillotine submission while against the cage. Cottrell moved to full guard. Clawson popped out his head and rained a few punches down as the round ended.
Round two: Clawson started round two with more kicks to the legs and body of Cottrell. Clawson got the over under and bounced Cottrell off the cage wall for an over the shoulder slam. Clawson quickly moved into full mount from there. Cottrell secured the head and worked for a guillotine again. Clawson reversed it for an arm bar attempt. Cottrell was able to escape with the little room give from Clawson. Clawson moved to the back of Cottrell and sunk in his hooks and trapped Cottrell’s left arm to his chest. Clawson was able to sink in the RNC quickly after that.
Result: Brandon Clawson defeated William Cottrell via tapout due to a RNC at 2.14 of round two
Christopher Jewell vs. Adam Gonzales
Round one: Gonzales threw a kick that was caught by Jewell and moved in for the takedown. Gonzales secured guard and rolled over quickly to put Jewell on his back. Gonzales moved up towards Jewell’s head and shifted his weight towards the right arm of Jewell. Gonzales trapped the arm with his chest, swung his legs over Jewell’s head and secured the arm bar for the tap.
Result: Adam Gonzales defeated Christopher Jewell via tapout due to an arm bar at .14 of round one
Jordan Crider vs. Gary Widget
Round one: Widget took the center first, but Crider fired off a one-two combo that landed. Widget was stumbling backwards while Widget went in for the takedown. Widget secured full mount and moved the fight to his corner. Crider tried to roll out from under Widget, but Widget took the back instead. Crider stood up with Widget still holding his back with a body lock. Crider rolled forward for a leg lock that almost ends the fight. Widget spun over the body of Crider to counter and took his back again. Widget sunk in his hooks and Crider left his neck exposed. Widget was able to capitalize for the choke.
Result: Gary Widget defeated Jordan Crider via tapout due to a RNC at 1.48 of round one
Patrick Ruby vs. JD McCain
Round one: Ruby shot in for a takedown immediately when the round started. McCain closely had a guillotine choke, but Ruby fought out of it. Ruby secured a deep triangle choke, but McCain had no intention of tapping out. Ruby still with the choke locked in moved to the mount. McCain rolled out under of Ruby and moved to his own knees. McCain now tried to soften the hold from Ruby, but the hold was too much and McCain tapped out.
Result: Patrick Ruby defeated JD McCain via tapout due to a triangle choke at 2.37 of round one
Jacob Hurlock vs. Gabriel Randolph
Round one: Randolph took the center of the cage and started to throw kicks and small combos. Hurlock shot in for a takedown, but stuffed by Randolph. Reversed by Hurlock and now Randolph was on the bottom. Hurlock secured a triangle from a scramble and crowd erupted in excitement. Everyone was sending instructions to try and finish the fight. Randolph finally tapped out from the hold.
Result: Jacob Hurlock defeated Gabriel Randolph via tapout due to a triangle choke at 2.01 of round one
Daniel Head vs. Evan Delong
Round one: Head took the center of the cage first. Delong with a soft combo to find distance. Push kick from Delong was countered by a takedown attempt from Head. Knees fired from both fighters while up against the cage. Until Head slammed Delong down into side control. They fought for position, but both defended well against the other. Delong fought out to stand on his feet and neck control. Delong dropped down for a guillotine choke, but Head fought out of the attempt. Head worked from the bottom for a kimura, but Delong defended well from half guard. Fight stalled a bit against the cage. Ref was content to let them work. Delong started to punch from the top position to the face of Head as the round ended.
Round two: Head throw a head kick to start the round, but it was blocked by Delong and countered with a takedown in the center of the cage. Delong backed away and left Head on the ground on his back. Delong content with a stand up. Delong moved forward with head kicks, left hook and knees to the body and some of them landed. With both fighters up against the cage, Head went for a flying kimura that excited the crowd. Delong defended that attempt, but Head answered with an arm bar attempt as well. Losing the position Head let got the attempt and tried to put Delong on his back. Delong reversed and ended up in Delong’s guard throwing down punches. Head answered with elbows from the bottom. Delong broke out form the guard and wanted to stand up. Head was still dazed and Delong unleashed a borage of attacks with punches, high and low kicks and knees. Head is clearly dazed. Delong with an easy takedown against the cage as the round ends.
Round three: Delong opened up with low kicks that Head tried to counter, but not working. Delong landed heavy punches to the face of Head, but he was still standing and traded. Head had clearly slowed, but pushed forward until Delong was against the cage. Head secured a trip to end up in half guard. While Head went for a kimura, Delong used his momentum to revise the position and end up on top in Head’s guard. Delong started to land punches from the top position. Delong held Head down for most of this round. He was content with landing a few punches now and then to keep the dominant position. Delong finally broke the position and stood up, but sent a push kick to Head’s stomach and then a follow up takedown to end the fight in half guard raining punches.
Result: Evan Delong defeated Daniel Head via Unanimous Decision (30-27)
Henry Goonen vs. Casey Craft
Round one: Craft started off with a huge battle cry scream the backed away while Goonen who took the center. Craft shot in for the takedown and ended up in Goonen’s half guard. Little work was done from here from either fighter. A few body shots landed from Craft to Goonen’s left ribs from this position. Goonen was still holding Craft in closed guard. Ref stands them back up. Hard outside leg kicks from Goonen and made Craft back up. A spinning heel kick from Craft just missed the mark. Craft pushed forward for a takedown and bounced off the cage wall to complete it. Craft ended up in Goonen’s half guard and worked his short-range strikes. Goonen used his legs to spin out from under his opponent, but Craft blocked his advances. Ref stands them up again. Another spinning back heel kick from Craft as the round ended.
Round two: Punches from Goonen, but countered from Craft with outside leg kicks. Both fighters danced around the center of the cage until Craft dropped down for a double leg takedown in to Goonen’s closed guard. Punches from Craft landed on the left of Goonen’s ribs. Goonen briefly attempted a guillotine choke, but let it go soon after. Craft showed very strong control in the guard position against the cage. Ref called for another stand up. Goonen is showed damage on his ribs from all of the strikes. Another takedown from Craft and strong hammer fists started to land on Goonen’s face. Ref stepped to stop the fight. The doctors check on Goonen as laid on the mat.
Result: Casey Craft defeated Henry Goonen via TKO (strikes) at 3.41 of round two
Mike Eikenberry vs. Tyson Triplett
Round one: Superman punch from Eikenberry to start the fight. Triplett counters with inside and outside leg kicks. Triplett ducked under Eikenberry’s punches for a single, but quickly abandoned that. They moved back to the center for kickboxing. Eikenberry caught Triplett with another and right. Triplett pushed back with an over hand right that dropped Eikenberry. Triplett didn’t follow the purple belt to the ground and let him back up. More kick boxing in the center of the cage. Sidekick found a home from Triplett to Eikenberry’s abs. A great inside leg kick form Triplett. Triplett seemed to watch to keep the distance, but Eikenberry closed in on him against the cage for the clinch and body lock. Eikenberry’s takedown attempt was reversed by Triplett and he landed punches. Eikenberry didn’t respond in time for the ref’s liking and called the fight.
Result: Tyson Triplett defeated Mike Eikenberry via referee stoppage at 4.23 of round one
Robbie Nieto vs. Jamey Scruggs
Round one: Scruggs struck first with a one-two combo that lands on Nieto’s face. Scruggs had a tight and low boxing stance in the center of the cage. Nieto pushed forward for a takedown, but couldn’t finish while against the cage. They broke clean and restarted in the center. Scruggs pushed forward and they clinched against the cage, but no damage done by either fighter. Strong but simple combos from Scruggs, but Nieto countered with a takedown in to half guard. Nieto kept his weight on Scruggs and advanced position into side control. Scruggs attempted a kimura and Nieto defended it well and moved into north-south. Nieto went in for a choke, but couldn’t finish. Moved to back to side control as the rounded.
Round two: Nieto pushed forward hard and Scruggs countered with punches and a missed knee attempted. Both fighters opened up for this round. Scruggs pushed back hard. Nieto landed a head kick, but Scruggs seemed unfazed. Scruggs with another one-two combo that landed. Strong cross from Scruggs landed on the side of Nieto’s face. Nieto repeated the uppercut punch, but Scruggs defended it well. Another combo landed from Nieto. Nieto started to show damage from his nose and started to bleed. Nieto blocked a punch and quickly countered with a body shot to the left ribs of Scruggs.
Round three: Nieto scored the takedown early; he ducked under a jab from Scruggs. Nieto started to work from half guard. Scruggs stood up, wrapped his right arm around Nieto’s head and sat back down for a guillotine choke. It looked deep but Nieto worked to get out of it. The crowd loved it. Nieto went to back control and landed knees to the left ribs of Scruggs with all of his weight behind it. Scruggs held on to the two-on-one technic as Nieto landed more knees to the ribs. Nieto switched to punches as Scruggs dove on a kimura attempt from the bottom. Scruggs ended up on his back and Nieto in side control. Scruggs tried to sit up, but Nieto with great control and pushed him back down. Scruggs found space to stand up as Nieto was switching for positions. They went back to their feet and center of the cage. Scruggs threw one punch and Nieto tucked under again for another secured takedown. Nieto quickly moved to mount and punched the face of Scruggs as the fight ended.
Result: Robbie Nieto defeated Jamey Scruggs via a Unanimous Decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)
David Love vs. Chase Beebe
Round one: Beebe opened up with a head kick that was blocked by Love. Beebe pushed in with a combo and countered by Beebe with punches of his own. They moved to the cage in the clinch. Knees landed from both fighters before they broke. Push kick from Love that landed to send Beebe backwards. Beebe moved in for the clinch again and delivered strong knees to the body. Beebe slowly worked for a takedown. Love attempted an arm bar, but was stuffed by Beebe. Beebe continued to work from the top with punches. Love attempted another arm bar from the bottom but countered by Beebe with a body triangle and moved to back mount. Beebe put Nieto on his stomach and flatted him out. Beebe put his arms around Love’s head for the choke and the tap.
Result: Chase Beebe defeated David Love via tapout due to a RNC at 3.02 of round one
- Johnte Potts defeated Jonathon Bandy via Unanimous Decision
- Brandon Clawson defeated William Cottrell via tapout due to a RNC at 2.14 of round two
- Adam Gonzales defeated Christopher Jewell via tapout due to an arm bar at .14 of round one
- Gary Widget defeated Jordan Crider via tapout due to a RNC at 1.48 of round one
- Patrick Ruby defeated JD McCain via tapout due to a triangle choke at 2.37 of round one
- Jacob Hurlock defeated Gabriel Randoplh via tapout due to a triangle choke at 2.01 of round one
- Evan Delong defeated Daniel Head via Unanimous Decision (30-27)
- Casey Craft defeated Henry Goonen via TKO (strikes) at 3.41 of round two
- Tyson Triplett defeated Mike Eikenberry via referee stoppage at 4.23 of round one
- Robbie Nieto defeated Jamey Scruggs via a Unanimous Decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)
- Chase Beebe defeated David Love via tapout due to a RNC at 3.02 of round one