Jared “Flash” Gordon vs Danny “The Colombian Warrior” Chavez

Round 1:
Gordon countered a leg kick from Chavez with a hard one-two and the fighters traded right hands. Gordon landed a leg kick and Chavez responded with a right hand. Gordon landed a right hand and two kicks to Chavez’s lead leg. Time was called when Gordon was kicked in the groin. Both men landed leg kicks after the restart and Chavez rushed forward with four punches. He dropped Gordon to a knee with a leg kick, but Gordon returned to his feet and connected with an overhand right. Kick-punch combos were exchanged and Gordon landed a knee after faking a takedown. Gordon finished strong with a combination late in the close round. 10-9 Gordon.

Round 2:
Chavez took Gordon down in the second round, but Gordon worked back to his feet against the cage and he landed a left hook on the break. Chavez walked forward with two punches and missed with a spinning wheel kick. Gordon took Chavez down and he struck from Chavez’s guard with punches to the head and body. Gordon postured up with more punches and hammerfists until Chavez tried to create space by kicking off of the cage. Gordon kept him pinned down and he landed numerous hammerfists to Chavez’s face. Chavez ate more punches in the final seconds, but made it to the bell. 10-8 Gordon.

Round 3:
The final round began with an extended exchange of leg kicks. Gordon connected with a counter left hook and both men landed one-twos. Gordon slammed Chavez down and worked from the top in his guard. Chavez tried to tie up Gordon’s arms and Gordon threw short punches and hammerfists. Chavez scrambled up and attempted a flying knee that came up short. The fighters traded strikes in a clinch and both men landed combinations late in the round. 10-9 Gordon.

Winner: Jared Gordon by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) after three rounds. He improves to 17-4-0.


John “Sexi Mexi” Castañeda vs Eddie Wineland

Round 1:
Wineland set up right hands with leg kicks early in the fight and Castañeda responded with occasional leg kicks while circling to his left. Wineland landed a three-punch combo and Castañeda answered with two more leg kicks. As Wineland pressed forward with punches, Castañeda countered with a nice left cross and a right-left combo soon after. Wineland caught a kick and dumped Castañeda to the mat. Castañeda kicked from his back and scrambled up to his feet. Single punches were exchanged and Castañeda landed two leg kicks. He rocked Wineland with a flurry of punches and Wineland backed up to the cage. Castañeda continued to land rapid-fire punches as Wineland fell forward to the mat and the fight was stopped.

Winner: John Castañeda by TKO (Punches) at 4:44 of round one. He improves to 18-5-0.


Julian “Juicy J” Erosa vs Nate “The Train” Landwehr

Round 1:
Erosa landed a series of leg kicks and a left-right combo early in the fight. After an exchange of right hands, Landwehr dropped Erosa to a knee with a counter hook to the temple. Erosa quickly returned to his feet and fired off a series of punches that backed Landwehr up. Erosa rushed in with a flying switch knee that dropped Landwehr and referee Mark Smith intervened to stop the fight. Landwehr protested the stoppage, but was clearly hurt.

Winner: Julian Erosa by TKO (Flying Knee) at 0:56 of round one. He improves to 25-8-0.


“King” Casey O’Neill vs Shana “Danger” Dobson

Round 1:
O’Neill punched her way into an early takedown attempt and the fighters traded strikes in a clinch against the cage. Both landed right hands and O’Neill dumped Dobson to the mat. Dobson reversed into top position and O’Neill powered out to get back to her feet. Dobson pressed forward with head kicks and that prompted O’Neill to shoot in for a takedown. Dobson countered with knees to the body, but O’Neill got her down and moved to side control. She threw elbows to the body until Dobson scrambled back to full guard and kicked her off. O’Neill dove back into Dobson’s guard and struck with punches and elbows. She continued to land elbows and avoided a Dobson leglock attempt. 10-9 O’Neill.

Round 2:
The second round began with O’Neill pressing forward and she landed a solid body kick. She took Dobson down and prevented her from getting back to her feet. O’Neill mounted Dobson soon after and she landed numerous punches and elbows from the top. Dobson gave up her back and O’Neill hunted for a rear-naked choke while continuing to strike the sides of Dobson’s head. Dobson gave up mount once again and O’Neill continued to land elbows and hammerfists until the fight was finally stopped.

Winner: Casey O’Neill by TKO (Elbows & Punches) at 3:41 of round two. She improves to 6-0-0.


Chas “The Scrapper” Skelly vs Jamall “Prettyboy” Emmers

*Fight cancelled after Skelly walked out to the cage, as Emmers suffered back spasms backstage.*


Aiemann Zahabi vs Drako “The Great Drakolini” Rodriguez

Round 1:
Both fighters landed overhand rights in an early exchange and Rodriguez followed with a right hook and a lead left uppercut. That led to a clinch against the cage, but Rodriguez circled away and he landed a pair of leg kicks. A quick one-two also scored for Rodriguez and he resumed kicking at Zahabi’s lead leg. Seconds later, Zahabi landed a massive right hook and Rodriguez collapsed to the canvas. The fight was quickly waved off, giving Zahabi an impressive knockout win after a slow start.

Winner: Aiemann Zahabi by KO (Punch) at 3:05 of round one. He improves to 8-2-0.


Sergey “The Polar Bear” Spivak vs Jared “The Mountain” Vanderaa

Round 1:
Jabs were exchanged early on and Spivak countered a knee with an overhand right and a takedown. He took Vanderaa’s back and prevented him from standing up while landing left hands to his face. Vanderaa worked back to his feet against the cage and was dumped to the mat once again. Spivak struck from the top in Vanderaa’s half-guard throughout the second half of the round. He scored with short elbows to Vanderaa’s face and briefly looked for a kimura. 10-9 Spivak.

Round 2:
Vanderaa partially landed with a head kick in the second round, but Spivak took his back and dragged him down to the mat. Vanderaa rolled over and Spivak struck from the top with elbows and right hands. He opened a bad cut between Vanderaa’s eyes and Vanderaa gave up his back. Spivak landed dozens of punches and hammerfists to the sides of a bloodied Vanderaa’s head until the fight was finally stopped.

Winner: Sergey Spivak by TKO (Punches) at 4:32 of round two. He improves to 12-2-0.