Score Fighting Series Results and Play-by-Play

Jun 10, 2011
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Tyler Hardcastle vs. Mike Reilly
Round 1
Reilly launches a head kick which glances, and Hardcastle responds with a left hand. Reilly clinches and lands a hard volley of knees, while Hardcastle responds with short punches to the body. Hardcastle separates, and looks for his left hand but can't locate it. Reilly runs forward with a volley of punches, snapping his foe's head back. He clinches again, and goes into hockey fight mode, throwing heavy uppercuts and hooks over the top. Hardcastle looks for a takedown, but Reilly shucks him off and onto the floor. Hardcastle attaches himself to Reilly's legs in pursuit of a takedown. Reilly pounds on his opponent's head before standing up. As soon as they reach the feet, Reilly lands an overhand right and gets a single collar tie again. The pair trade shots to the body before separating at the bell. Sherdog.com sees the first round 10-9 for Michael Reilly.

Round 2
The two pick up where thy left off, throwing heavy leather, Reilly landing the better of the punches. Hardcastle gets the takedown, and postures up in guard throwing big right hands. However, Reilly quickly gets back to his feet and resumes landing heavy punches. They clinch up, and Reilly throws Hardcastle to the mat with a devastating slam that removes him form consciousness. The fight ends in thrilling fashion at 2:02 of the second round.

Alex Ricci vs. Mike Sledzion
Round 1
Ricci takes center quickly and lands a few body kicks to open the bout. Sledzion quickly ties up Ricci against the fence, but eats a series of knees in the clinch. Sledzion controlling the bout along the fence. Ricci almost breaks away, but his foe keeps him pinned along the cage. Ricci finally escapes, landing a knee as they break. Sledzion counters a Ricci kick that has him backpedaling. Ricci slips to the canvas, and Sledzion charges him with a barrage of punches, but he can't land clean. Ricci returns with a hard right hand, and Sledzion lands one of his own before the horn. Sherdog.com scores the first round 10-9 for Alex Ricci.

Round 2
Ricci backs Sledzion up with his kicks again and follows up by landing a right hand. Sledzion is now landing low kicks of his own. The pair trading heavy leather once again, and a huge eight-hook combo has the pro-Ricci crowd oohing and ahhing. Ricci's back is on the fence, and Sledzion attacks with a lunging right. He follows with a left, but Ricci avoids and crushes him with a massive right hook. Sledzion is down in a heap, and Ricci lands two more shots for good measure. Alex Ricci wins via spectacular knockout at 1:24 of the second frame.

William Romero vs. Tristan Johnson
Round 1
Johnson presses forward quickly, but Romero circles away, using his kicks to keep him at bay. Romero launches an errant kick, Johnson lunges into a right cross that just misses. Johnson presses further, and catches a Romero kick. Johnson lands a clean right counter that puts Romero on the mat. Romero is instantly lucid, kicking his legs to keep his lanky foe from attacking from the top. Johnson stands in Romero's guard, dropping rights and lefts as Romero twists around his leg, looking for a leglock. Johnson cracks Romero with two more hard rights, and the Bellator veteran scrambles back to his feet. Johnson lands another long right, and follows with a hard inside low kick that Romero takes flush. "Leon" explodes with a head kick that rings Johnson's bell. Johnson drives forward for a takedown, but gets stood up along the fence. Both men pummeling, and Romero tries to drag Johnson to the canvas with over-unders. Johnson reverses and gets a late takedown at the bell. Sherdog.com sees the round 10-9 for Tristan Johnson.

Round 2
Left straight and a head kick lands for Romero, and he follows up with a takedown into Johnson's guard. He gets to side control, punching away at Johnson's ribs, but the Nova Scotian gets back to his feet. Back in the standup, Johnson is scoring with combinations of punches as well as kicks to the head and body. Romero is content to throw single strikes. Romero continues to launch head kicks which are blocked. Left straight and a right hook from Johnson backs Romero up. Body kick lands for Romero. Hard right lands for Johnson. The pace is beginning to slow, with both men bleeding from the nose and mouth. Romero attacks Johnson with a salvo of wild strikes at the bell. Sherdog.com sees the second frame 10-9 Romero.

Round 3
Hard low kick from Romero. Johnson counters a jab with an overhand right, and he follows with a one-two that finds that mark. Romero seems to be tired, and goes for a bodylock takedown which Johnson shrugs off. Romero lands a right cross and a counter left before clinching, but Johnson escapes him again. Left-right for Johnson. Romero comes back with a right cross and a front kick. Very close round, but Sherdog.com sees it 10-9 for Tristan Johnson, and 29-28 for him overall.

Official scores: All three judges score the bout 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Tristan Johnson.

Jorge Britto vs. Kurt Southern
Round 1
Both fighters cautious early, pumping their fists at the air. Southern gets a quick takedown, and Britto is happy to play guard. Southern tries to pass, but Britto sits up and tries to get a guillotine. Southern sees his attack, and quickly stands. Britto looks for a takedown, but Southern shuts it down. It's a slow affair without much offense with 60 seconds to go in the round. Southern gets another takedown, but Britto pops back up quickly and looks for a flying knee. Southern again grabs Britto and throws him to the mat. Southern kicks at Britto's legs as the round expires. Sherdog.com sees the round 10-9 for Kurt Southern.

Round 2
Southern opens up with low kicks before landing a hard right hook that has Britto wobbled. Southern attacks, pouncing with punches. Britto is eating rights and lefts all over the place. Southern allows Britto to stand back up, but it's to no avail, as Britto is attacked again immediately. Southern is landing at will. Britto is bloodied around the eyes, and is just eating shots. Southern looks for a takedown, and Britto latches onto a desperate guillotine and jumps guard. Southern is able to extricate himself, but Britto is framing up a triangle at the round ends. 10-9 Southern.

Round 3
Britto opens the third round with a spinning back fist, and quickly gets the takedown. Southern tries to stand, Britto deftly takes his foe's back, and quickly works for the rear-naked choke. The Brazilian lands a few rights, and resumes looking for the choke. Southern hangs onto Britto's wrists to abate the submission attempt, before exploding from the hips and ending up on top in Britto's guard. Southern stays tight in Britto's guard, chipping away with small bunches. Southern lands a hard right hand as he stands out of Britto's guard, and he adds another handful for good measure. The Brazilian spins for a kneebar, but is shut down. Southern shuts it down and pounds away until the horn. 10-9 for Southern, and 30-27 overall on the Sherdog.com scorecard.

Official scores: The judges see it 29-28, 29-28 and 30-26, all for the winner by unanimous decision, Kurt Southern.

Josh Hill vs. Darin Cooley
Round 1
Hill stalks Cooley, looking to land heavy leather. Cooley looks for a takedown, but Hill quickly pops back up using the whizzer. Hill land hard rights, and Cooley misses with a pawing right of his own. The Iron Tiger product lands a one-two and transitions beautifully into a takedown into Cooley's full guard. Cooley looks for rubber guard, but Hill shuts it down. Hill lands a heavy right in the guard, and then stands up. Cooley launches a flying knee, but Hill smacks him in the guts, and takes him right back to the mat. Cooley tries rubber guard again briefly. Hill stands up over Cooley and cracks him with a right. Sherdog.com sees the first frame 10-9 for Josh Hill.

Round 2
Cooley locks up Hill and immediately pulls guard. He picks Hill's ankle in slick fashion, and sweeps to top position. Hill slides up the fence, and lands a hard knee to the guts on Cooley, who instantly pulls guard again. Hill stands up, diving with punches into the guard, but can't land. Hill stands up again, kicks Cooley's legs, and dives into his guard once more, but can't land his punch. Hill chips away in guard for the rest of the round. 10-9 Hill, once again.

Round 3
Cooley shoots in for a quick takedown, and once again, pulls guard. Hill lands two shots, and Cooley jumps back to his feet. After more feinting, Cooley attempts a flying guard pull into a leglock, a la Masakazu Imanari, and is shut down. Left straight and a right uppercut land for Hill, prompting Cooley to try to pull guard again. Hill kicks him in the legs, and invites him back to the feet. Again, Cooley grabs a single and tries to pull guard. Cooley is cut on his left eyelid, prompting referee Yves Lavigne to call in the doctor to inspect it. The fight resumes, but Cooley is clearly impacted by the cut. It's rinse-repeat for the last two minutes, as Cooley flops to his back, and Hill avoids his rubber guard attempts. It's all Hill, who takes the fight 30-27 on the Sherdog.com scorecard.

Official scores: The judges see the bout 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Josh Hill.

Adrian Wooley vs. Nick Mamalis
Round 1
Mamalis throws a Superman punch which Wooley tries to shoot under, but to no avail. Mamalis cracks Wooley with a hard right uppercut that forces Wooley to shoot. "Garfield" lands two hard knees and an uppercut on the break. Wooley is hurt, and Mamalis tries to pounce along the fence, but ends up on the mat. Mamalis scoots up the fence, but Wooley locks his hands and carries him across the cage a la Matt Hughes, and slams him to the mat to a raucous crowd response. Mamalis gets back up, and Wooley knees him to the thigh. Wooley locks his hands again, and Mamalis goes for another ride down to the mat. Mamalis tries to hammerfist to the bottom as Wooley bullies him from the top. Wooley chips away with rights from top, but nothing damaging. Mamalis continues to look for submissions from his back to no avail. The horn sounds. Sherdog.com scores the first round 10-9, if narrowly, for Nick Mamalis.

Round 2
A head kick from Mamalis grazes Wooley, and "Garfield" follows with another. The kicks gash open the side of Wooley's head. Wooley ducks into another kick, taking the knee to the side of the head. Mamalis lands a right hook, which prompts Wooley to spit out a stream of blood. A body kick follows for Mamalis, but he's hit with an overhand left by Wooley. "The Bully" pushes Mamalis into the cage but can't find his takedown. Left cross by Wooley, and Mamalis throws a knee that goes south of the border. Referee Marc-Andre Cote calls for a brief respite, and on the restart, the pair clash right hooks. Superman punch misses for Wooley, and Mamalis smiles at him. Mamalis looks for a front kick to the face, but Wooley drives him into the cage and picks his ankle. Wooley stacks up Mamalis, and rains down rights. Wooley lands three clean rights at the horn. Despite the early damage, Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Adrian Wooley.

Round 3
Wooley looks for another Superman punch, and again, can't land. Mamalis misses with a one-two, and looks for a takedown of his own on the former Brock Badger, but Wooley easily defends. Wooley throws a knee to the body, and this time, it's Mamalis to takes the low blow, prompting a brief pause. On the restart, Mamalis looks for more kicks, but he's not standing for long, as Wooley slams him to the mat. Mamalis gets to his knees in the turtle position, and tries to get a hold of a kimura as Wooley pushes him into the fence. Wooley picks Mamalis up once again, and slams him facefirst on the canvas. Mamalis gets back to his feet, but an overhand left for Wooley sets up another takedown for the Canadian. Wooley's once-white shorts are covered in his own blood now. Mamalis gets back up once and tries to use his kicks, but Wooley catches his leg, sweeps his base, and slams him to the mat yet again. Mamalis uses the cage to scoot back to his feet. The pair trade shots at the horn. Sherdog.com sees the round 10-9 for Adrian Wooley, and 29-28 for Wooley overall.

Official scores: The scores are 29-28 Wooley, 29-28 Mamalis, and 29-28 for the winner by split decision, Nick Mamalis. The pro-Wooley crowd loudly boos the verdict.

Antonio Carvalho vs. Douglas Evans
Round 1
The pair trade kicks to start the bout, neither man landing effectively. Left hook and a low kick land for Carvalho. More stalking, and another low kick lands for Carvalho. They clash jabs, but "Pato" lands a right hook to boot. Carvalho is controlling the bout with his low kicks, which forces Evans to drop his hands each time. Evans drives off a kick attempt, and puts Carvalho on the mat, but he pops back up quickly. They clinch along the fence, and Carvalho lands a hard knee to the body on the break. The pair paw until the horn. Sherdog.com sees the opening round 10-9 Carvalho.

Round 2
They clash low kicks to begin the round. Carvalho takes the center of the cage, and Evans circles around, trying to land kicks of his own. Evans paws with his jab, and Carvalho turns him around with a low kick. A right cross from Carvalho tags Evans, and he returns moments later with a left and a low kick. "Pato" now pressuring Evans, who tries to circle away. Carvalho cuts him off, and kicks him in the legs again. Evans shoots for a single, but Carvalho defends and they clinch along the fence. Evans gets a front headlock for a moment, landing a knee before Carvalho frees himself. Evans looks for a takedown again, but Carvalho spins to top and forces Evans to turtle. Carvalho unloads with a bevy of rights that forces Evans to his back. Carvalho sets up in half guard, chipping away at the horn. 10-9 Carvalho.

Round 3
Evans looks for a takedown, but Carvalho defends and forces Evans into pulling guard for a moment before the Alaskan stands back up. Hard low kick from Carvalho that forces Evans to shoot, and the Canadian looks for the Kazushi Sakuraba-style kimura, prompting a brief, rolling scramble. They stand again, and Evans lands a right. The pace slows, as both men circle, not landing any of their attempted punches or kicks. A low kick lands for Carvalho, and Evans grazes with a right cross. Carvalho responds with a right of his own. At the 10-second clapper, Evans shoots a single but is stuffed. The horn sounds. Sherdog.com sees the relatively tepid round 10-10, but sees the fight 30-28 for Carvalho.

Official scores: All three judges score the bout 30-27 for the winner by unanimous decision, Antonio Carvalho.

Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou vs. Roy Boughton
Round 1
The pair cross low kicks early, and Sokoudjou's kick hurt Boughton. He follows with another that lands clean, and "The African Assassin" takes the center of the cage. Boughton launches a head kick which is blocked. Boughton closes in and Sokoudjou launches a powerful uppercut that whizzes by. The Cesar Gracie product closes the distance and Sokoudjou throws him with a clean harai goshi, but can't keep him on the mat. Boughton bulls Sokoudjou into the fence, and Sokoudjou reverses and throws him to the mat like a ragdoll, before allowing him to stand back up. Boughton looks for a single, and Sokoudjou elbows him to the head before ripping off another hip throw. This time, the Cameroonian lands in side control, but can't get any offense before the horn. Sherdog.com sees the opening round 10-9 Sokoudjou.

Round 2
Slow start to the second round as both men paw aimlessly. A low kick from Boughton is met with a left hook from Sokoudjou that stumbles the Cesar Gracie product. A spinning back kick from Sokoudjou smacks Boughton in the guts. Sokoudjou lands two hard low kicks. Boughton tries to launch a head kick in response, but can't find his mark. A weak side kick from Boughton misses, and Sokoudjou retaliates with a body kick and an uppercut. Boughton looks for a takedown, but the UFC and Pride veteran easily sprawls on his attempt. They clinch along the fence until referee Marc-Andre Cote separates them. Little offense comes in the dying moments of the round. Sherdog.com sees the second frame 10-9 again for Sokoudjou.

Round 3
Boughton misses a spinning back fist to begin the final round. He bulls Sokoudjou into the fence, but can't find a takedown. They separate, and Sokoudjou lands a teep, prompting Boughton to clinch up along the fence again. Finally, Boughton is able to suck the judoka to the ground. Sokoudjou locks up his guard, and Boughton lazily hammerfists before passing to half guard. Boughton passes to full mount on a fatigued Sokoudjou, but Sokoudjou is able to get him off. Boughton holds side control, and as Sokoudjou attempts to scramble, Boughton looks to take his back. He sinks one hook, but Sokoudjou explodes back to his feet. Boughton drops for a leg, but Sokoudjou sits down on his attempt and takes top position. Sokoudjou lands an elbow at the horn. Sherdog.com sees the round 10-9 Boughton, but has the fight 29-28 Sokoudjou.

Official scores: All three judges see the bout 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou.

Joe Doerksen vs. Luigi Fioravanti
Round 1
Doerksen lands a hard body kick as Fioravanti switches back and forth from orthodox to southpaw. The men exchange low kicks, none landing solid. They exchange in close, and Fioravanti glances with two hooks. Doerksen sticking his jab out, but not reaching his foe. A right cross from Doerksen puts Fioravanti on his heels, but he quickly regroups, and blocks Doerksen's follow-up head kick. Fioravanti throws an overhand right that misses, and they clinch. Doerksen catches a knee attempt from Fioravanti, and puts him on the deck. The ATT Orlando product briefly gets back up, but "El Dirte" takes him right back down and settles into half guard. Doerksen attempts to take his fellow UFC veteran's back, but Fioravanti escapes at the horn. Sherdog.com sees the opening frame 10-9 for Joe Doerksen.

Round 2
Doerksen chases Fioravanti with punches, but can't locate him. Fioravanti tries to respond with a right cross and left hook, but hits air. Doerksen throws a one-two, and Fioravanti lands a counter left hook, and then a left hook to the body. "El Dirte" rushes forward and pushes Fioravanti in the fence, but Fioravanti breaks free. Doerksen shoots a telegraphed double which Fioravanti easily shuts down. Fioravanti feints and lands a hard right cross, and follows with a pair of hooks that rock Doerksen's head back .Two more hooks follow. Fioravanti finally getting into a punching rhythm now with a minute to go in the round. Doerksen continues to press forward, but Fioravanti catches a kick and counters him. Doerksen comes forward straight into a clinch, and Fioravanti throws him on the mat. However, Doerksen's upkick puts Fioravanti down, and it's pure ruckus, now. They wing punches into the clinch, and a botched uchimata puts Doerksen on top at the end of a wild round. Sherdog.com sees the second round 10-9 for Luigi Fioravanti, based on clean, effective punching.

Round 3
Doerksen jabbing and low kicking effectively. Fioravanti's punches are whiffing now, and Doerksen hits him with knees to hte body as he wades in. Doerksen lands a pair of kicks, and Fioravanti answers with a right. Doerksen ducks a Fioravanti right, but "The Italian Tank" cuts his plant leg out with a well-timed low kick. Doerksen gets a takedown and sets up in full guard, while Fioravanti overhooks and holds on. With 40 seconds to fight, referee Josh Rosenthal stands the two men up. They pair wing away, and Fioravanti attempts a takedown which Doerksen defends at the horn. Sherdog.com scores the roudn 10-9 for Joe Doerksen, and 29-28 overall.

Official scores: Frank Jackson and Jason Rodgers see the bout 30-27, while David Therien has it 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Joe Doerksen.

Jordan Mein vs. Marius Zaromskis
Round 1
Zaromskis attempts a "Rolling Thunder" kick to begin the bout and Mein smiles. Mein attempts a spinning back fist that whizzes over the Dream champ's head. Hard one-two for the Lethbridge native lands. One-two-head kick for Mein connects, and Zaromskis looks for a head kick of his own. Head kick-left hook combo for Mein is blocked, and Zaromskis responds with a right hook. Mein is occupying the center of the cage while Zaromskis circles around. Zaromskis chases with a one-two that misses, but lands the low kick. Spinning back kick connects for the Lithuanian. A hard left straight lands for Mein, and he shoots for a single at the horn. Sherdog.com scores the opening round 10-9 for Jordan Mein.

Round 2
Right straight and a low leg kick land for Mein. The Canadian tries a Jon Jones-style takedown feint with a backfist, but misses. Oddly, Zaromskis attempts the exact same maneuver, and also misses. Zaromskis looks for a standing elbow that misses, and Mein grazes with a three-punch combo. A low kick for Zaromskis lands clean. A "Jordan! Jordan!" chant erupts, and prompts him to attack with a jumping knee to the body. A low kick and a side kick land for Zaromskis, and he attempts a 720-degree spinning back fist that whiffs. Both men resume stalking, looking for powerful single shots. Mein lands a clean left cross. The output drops off over the last minute before the horn. Sherdog.com sees the uneventful round 10-10.

Round 3
Mein takes the center again, and Zaromskis circles around the outside ahead. A pair of hooks land for Mein a minute into the final frame. Zaromskis lands a low kick, and Mein responds with one of his own. A one-two for Mein glances, and Zaromskis retaliates with a head kick that can't find its target. A jab-cross lands for Mein. A Zaromskis spinning back fist hits Mein's thigh, and Mein responds with one of his own, prompting the Lithuanian to stick his tongue out. A low kick from Mein drops Zaromskis to a knee for a moment. The pair trade pawing jabs until Zaromskis launches a body kick that glances. Zaromskis steps into the pocket, and the pair wing hooks at one another, with Mein getting the better of the exchange. Zaromskis gets a late double-leg takedown at the horn. Sherdog.com sees the round 10-9 Mein, and 30-28 Mein overall.

Official scores: Judges Jason Rodgers and David Therien see it 30-27, while Frank Jackson reckons it 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Jordan Mein.
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