Nick Wagner vs Eli Timoteo

Round 1:
Wagner landed an early leg kick and clinched against the cage, then took Timoteo down. Timoteo tried for a weak guillotine choke, but Wagner passed to side control and then to mount. He landed punches from the top and Timoteo gave up his back. Timoteo rolled and Wagner landed elbows. He latched onto Timoteo’s arm and flattened him out on his stomach. Timoteo had nowhere to go and tapped out to the armbar.

Winner: Nick Wagner by Submission (Armbar) at 1:52 of round one. He improves to 7-3-0.


Travis “Care Free” Perzynski vs Marshall Martin

Round 1:
Perzynski slipped early on and Martin punished him with punches. Both fighters fell while throwing kicks and Perzynski looked for a Brabo Choke on the ground. Martin scrambled out and took his back. Perzynski battled back to his feet and was dropped by a leg kick. He grabbed onto Martin’s leg as Martin blasted him with punches. Perzynski stood and took Martin down again.

Perzynski transitioned to Martin’s back and worked for a Kimura. He let it go and teed off with punches until a dejected Martin tapped out.

Winner: Travis Perzynski by Submission (Punches) at 2:26 of round one. He improves to 19-8-0.


Matthew Pazanin vs Kyle Olsen

Round 1:
Olsen immediately took the fight to the mat and pinned Pazanin up against the cage as Pazanin countered with punches from the bottom and a triangle choke attempt. Olsen moved to half-guard and landed elbows, then used a full nelson to pick Pazanin up and drag him back down to the mat. Olsen returned to Pazanin’s half-guard and punched from the top until Pazanin regained full guard.

Olsen kept busy with short punches from Pazanin’s guard and pressed his opponent up against the cage again. He continued to strike from the top as the round continued. Pazanin went for a triangle choke, then locked on an armbar, but Olsen remained calm and punched with his free hand until the bell. 10-9 Olsen.

Round 2:
Pazanin pushed forward with punches and reversed a clinch in round two, then landed knees to Olsen’s thigh. He locked on a standing arm-triangle choke and Olsen appeared to be in danger. Olsen held on, but Pazanin took his back and dragged him to the mat. He used punches to set up a rear-naked choke. Olsen defended, but Pazanin secured a body triangle and another rear-naked choke, and Olsen was forced to tap.

Winner: Matthew Pazanin by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:01 of round two. He improves to 3-0-0.


Sean “The Warrior” Williams vs Isaac Appel

Round 1:
After an exchange of leg kicks, Appel clinched and backed Williams up to the cage. Williams countered with a takedown and fought out of a bulldog choke. He took Appel’s back while standing, but Appel rolled for a kneebar. The fighters stood again and Williams jumped into a rear-naked choke. Appel fell forward, but managed to escape the choke and wound up on top in Williams’s full guard.

Williams looked for an armbar and Appel powered out. He postured up and used an elbow to try to pass to half-guard, but Williams swept. Williams set up an arm-triangle choke, but let it go and referee Jim Grimestad stood the fighters up. Williams took Appel back down and landed short elbows from the top until the bell. 10-9 Williams.

Round 2:
Williams landed a leg kick and defended a takedown attempt with a guillotine choke in the second round. Appel escaped the choke, but Williams took him down. Appel attempted to employ rubber guard, but Williams easily passed to half-guard and landed elbows. Williams moved to side control and landed knees to the body, then passed to mount.

Williams teed off with elbows from the top and took Appel’s back. More punches followed for Williams and he looked to set up a rear-naked choke. Appel defended the choke, but Williams kept the pressure on with short punches until the referee stopped the fight.

Winner: Sean Williams by TKO (Punches) at 3:39 of round two. He improves to 4-1-0.


Richard White vs Zach Thumb

Round 1:
Thumb clinched early on, but White reversed against the cage. He unloaded with punches and a knee, then backed away and began to showboat. Thumb clinched once more and scored a takedown. He landed on top in White’s half-guard and used hammerfists to pass to side control. Thumb mixed in knees to the body, but White swept and wound up in mount. He postured up and rained down punches, then took Thumb’s back. White quickly secured a rear-naked choke and Thumb hastily tapped out.

Winner: Richard White by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 2:56 of round one. He improves to 15-9-0.


  1. sounds like the women put on really good fights again. this is what i don’t understand about strikeforce , there are lots of girls that are actual 145 pd girls and instead for botyh gina and cyborg they consistantly give them smaller girls that usually fight in 135 pd div. there are lots of good girls ranked in the top that would love to fight cyborg or gina and would give both of them a good competitivefight. competitive fights are what will bring fans watching a big cyborg beat up a smasll finney really drives fans away.

  2. Please robby name for me all of the 145lb fighters waiting in line to fight Cris Cyborg. Btw please don’t just start pulling names out of your ass, they actually have to be willing to fight her. Also If there are soo many 145lb girls waiting to fight Cyborg then why hasn’t she fought in a year. Please explain! We would just love to know!