Titan FC 30 Results: ‘Magalhaes vs. Brilz’ Play-by-Play & Updates

By Sam Genovese Sep 26, 2014


Sherdog.com reports from Cedar Park Center in Cedar Park, Texas, with live Titan FC 30 play-by-play.

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Phillip Platt vs. Julian Shore

Round 1

Shore comes out pawing with the jab. Platt swings with a big overhand right that misses but Shore counters with a jab that lands. Two leg kicks by Platt and he dives in for a single leg takedown. After a brief struggle, he dragss Shore to the mat. Platt stalls in full guard as his corner calls for elbows. Shore quickly grabs an arm from the bottom, goes belly down and finishes the fight with a swift armbar at 1:38 of the first round.

Eric Hendon vs. Kevin Troyer

Round 1

Troyer lands a kick to the leg of Hendon and puts a jab straight down the pipe which stuns Hendon. Troyer smells blood and rushes in but Hendon puts him on his back for his trouble, Hendon quickly moves to Troyer's back, but Troyer squirms out. Remaining vigilant, Hendon takes the back again, this time with his own back pinned against the cage. Troyer bridges but it is no use as Hendon won't let him go. HEndon uses the cage as to push away and create room for his choke. Troyer finds the perfect moment to explode and quickly lands a few punches to Hendon's face. Hendon shoves him back to the floor and ends up in Troyer's butterfly guard. Troyer works for a triangle from bottom which puts Hendon in trouble. He lands punches from bottom as he moves to position his legs. Hendon can't get out and Troyer squeezes his head down, locking in the choke. He forces Hendon to tap at 3:49 of the first round.

Charles Adkinson vs. Matt Mazurek

Round 1

Mazurek leads with a one two combo, putting Adkinson on the defensive. He immediately takes down Adkinson but can't quite move into half guard. Instead, he shoves him against the fence and lands punches to the body, followed by hard punches to the face. Those punches open up half guard and Adkinson is still stuck underneath his opponent. Elbows now rain down to the side of Adkinson's head. Mazurek passes to side control for a moment and lands more blows. Adkinson shrimps to full guard but Mazurek is able to posture up and land elbows again. 10-9 Mazurek.

Round 2

Adkinson throw a leg kick to open the round but Mazurek counters with a perfectly timed right straight that puts his opponent on queer street. Mazurek follows him to the floor and lands five punches before the ref stops the fight at :09 of the second round.

Gabriel Carrillo vs. Adam Nijem

Round 1

Two fighters come out swinging, Nijem lands a big right hook but Carrillo recovers and the two fighters remain at distance. Carrillo catches a kick and attempts to take his opponent down but he shucks it off. They both go rock em sock em robots in the corner of the cage, with Carrillo landing two consecutive punches. Nijem is unfazed and circles away. Carrillo slips another left hand onto the chin but Nijem keeps on coming. Carrillo shoves him against the cage but Nijem counters and flings Carrillo to the floor. He gets back control as the bell rings. 10-9 Carrillo.

Round 2

Nijem throws a kick which Carrillo catches. However, Nijem swings around to take back control, wraps a body triangle, and lands a few weak punches before the ref bizarrely ends the bout. Nijem takes the win at :33 of round 2.

Cody Williams vs. Xavier Siller

Round 1

Williams pushes forward and lands a punch that puts Siller on the floor. Siller butt-scoots towards Williams is reluctant to engage. He lands a kick to the body and dives on top of his opponent Moving into side control, he attempts to move to mount but Siller gives up his back. Siller stands up and spikes Williams to the floor but he hangs on, still gunning for the rear naked choke. Siller pushes off the cage but it only gives Williams more room to slip his arm under the chin. Siller fights hard and squirms away, finally getting to turtle position. He dives for a heel hook and Williams can't stand up out of it. He squirms and manages to free his upperbody. Instead of freeing his leg, Williams rains down blows on SIller's head or a good ten seconds and the referee mercifully stops the fight at. 3:54 of round 1.

Todd Moore vs. E.J. Brooks

Round 1

Moore paws with the jab and lands a quick leg kick combination. Brooks follows up with a kick to the body. Moore throws a switch kick which weakly lands and follows with another leg kick. Brooks lands an overhand right and follows witha body kick. Brooks rushes in with a flurry of punches but Moore counters with a single-leg. He can't complete the takedown though and both fighters are back to their feet. Brooks throws a question mark kick which misses and Moore pushes forward with his own missed punches. The two continue to circle, throwing occasional leg kicks. Brooks finally dumps Moore to the floor but he stands up as the round ends. 10-9 Brooks.

Round 2

Moore can't seem to land to the chin of Brooks as he avoids a series of punches. Brooks lands a leg kick that drops Moore for a second but he stands right back up. Brooks moves in, lands a right hand leg kick combo, and deftly moves out of range. Moore continues to slow down and Brooks knows it. He dumps him to the floor and postures up in his guard. Moore gets up and puts Brooks down but Brooks winds up on top in half guard. He works for a kimura. It allows him to move to side control. Brooks works for a gulliotine and rolls but Moore slips out. Moore struggles to his fee but the rounds end with him visibly tired. 10-9 Brooks.

Round 3

Brooks opens the round with a right hookthat staggers Moore. Two leg kicks stagger Moore but he fights back with a combo. He lazily dives for a takedown that Brooks easily defends. Brooks turns the attempt into a guillotine but Moore survives and retains guard. Brooks sits in side control attempting to catch his breath. Moore gets to his feet briefly but Brooks takes his back. He flips to mount but Moore rolls again onto his chest. Moore stands up and rushes Brooks, putting him in the first danger of the fight. Brooks' knee buckles a bit but he survives the round. 10-9 Brooks (30-27 Brooks).

The Official Result

E.J. Brooks Def. Todd Moore Decision (Unanimous) [29-28, 29-28, 29-28] R3 5:00

Nick Honstein vs. Pedro Nobre

Round 1

Honstein takes Nobre down but Nobre swings around for a quick heel hook. Honstein powers out and ends up in Nobre's full guard. He shucks the legs to the side and works himself into half guard. He puts his arm across the face of Nobre which allows him to move to side control. Nobre wriggles free but Honstein lands in his guard again. Honstein postures up and dives in again but Nobre again grabs his leg for a heel hook. Honstein is able to stand up and remove his leg for a moment but Nobre grabs it again. Finally, Honstein is out and in half guard. Nobre expodes and gets to his feet. He throws Honstein to the floor but Honstein works a rubber guard until the bell rings. 10-9 Honstein.

Round 2

Honstein immediately takes Nobre down and works his offense from full guard. Nobre catches him napping with his arm across his face and tries to lock on an arm bar. Honstein slams Nobre to the ground and escapes, returning to full guard. Nobre quickly grabs an omoplata from the bottom and almost secures it, but instead ends up on top of Honstein. Honstein again works rubber guard which stifles Nobre's offense. Honstein rolls for a leglock of his own and Nobre struggles to free himself. Honstein cranks but Nobre countrers with a toehold that frees his own leg. He switches to an omoplata while Honstein rolls for another heel hook. He transitions to a toe hold as the round ends. 10-9 Honstein.

Round 3

Honstein engages his grappling quickly and ends up mounting Nobre. He works his way for an arm triangle which frees up Nobre's face for punching.. Nobre is able to bridge and work his way into his own mount. He goes for an am triangle but can't quite free his leg to move into side control with the choke. Honstein is able to force his way into a standing position. Again, Honstein takes Nobre down, moves to side, control, then moves to mount. Nobre weekly gives up his back but Honstein instead wants an arm. He works for an armbar but the round ends. 10-9 Honstein.

The Official Result

Pedro Nobre Def. Nick Honstein Decision (Split) [29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Richie Martinez vs. Leville Simpson

Round 1

Martinez rushes simpson and engages him in a body lock. Simpson manages to power his way to the floor, ending up on top of Martinez. He lands three powerful left hands in guard but Martinez counters with an arm bar attempt. Simpson pulls his arm free and Martinez begins working rubber guard and slips his way to standing position. Martinez again tries to take Simpson down but Simpson winds up on top. Simpson beats on Martinez from half guard and causes Martinez to cover up. He throws to the body instead then moves back to the head. Martinez isn't fighting back. After five seconds more of beating, the referee stops the fight. Simpson gets the TKO stoppage at 2:56 of the first round.

The Official Result

Leville Simpson Def. Richie Martinez TKO (Punches) R1 2:56

Gleristone "Toninho Furia" Santos vs. Robert Washington

Round 1

Furia stalks Washington into the corner of the cage. Furia lands a kick on the cup of Washington. Washington swings for the fences but Furia shoves him to the ground. They both get up quickly and Washington is now fishing for a takedown. Furia shucks him off. Furia stalks Washington again for a few moments but Washington's movement keeps him at distance. Furia lands a big body blow followed up with three big knees in the clinch. They break and Furia continues stalking. Washington loads up for a big right hand but Furia deftly avoids it. Washington lands a powerful body kick and follows up with a takedown attempt. The round ends before he can complete it. 10-9 Furia.

Round 2

Washington is the aggressor to begin round 2, throwing feints and backing Furia up. A body kick lands hard on Furia's torso. Washington pushes Fuira against the cage, looking for a takedown. The two fighters remain in a stalemate against the cage for almost a minute. They finally break and Washington lands a strong leg kick and dumps him to the floor. Furia immediately grabs for a heel hook and yanks on the leg. He doesn't have the right leverage and Washington moves to half guard and the round ends. 10-9 Washington.

Round 3

Washington takes Furia to the mat but he quickly scrambles to his feet. Furia lands a headkick that is partially blocked. Washington responds with another takedown attempt. Furia again defends valiantly and the two are locked up against the cage. Furia throws Washington but he gets back to his feet. The referee finally breaks up the stalemate. Furia lands a leg kick and Washington responds with a takedown attempt. Again, they are stuck against the cage and the referee separates them. Washington grabs Furia and tries to throw him but the round ends. 10-9 Washington (29-28 Washington).

The Official Result

Gleristone "Toninho Furia" Santos Def. Robert Washington Decision (Split) [29-28, 28-29, 29-28] R3 5:00

Walel Watson vs. Anthony Gutierrez

Round 1

Gutierrrez staggers Watson with a right and Watson follows up with a takedown. He transitions into a leglock but takes a beating for his efforts. He tries to wriggle away but Gutierrez is all over him. He gets to his feet but he's still getting beat on. He finally manages to force a take down but Gutierrez reverses it and ends up in Watson's guard. Gutierrez postures up but Watson throws dangerous up kicks with his long legs. Gutierrez cautiously enters guard. He postures up and dives in again. This time Watson wraps his leg around Gutierrez's head in a triangle choke. It doesn't take long for "The Gazelle" to tighten his grip and force Gutierrez to tap at 3:02 of round 1.

The Official Result

Walel Watson Def. Anthony Gutierrez Submission (Triangle Choke) R1 3:02

Vinny Magalhaes vs. Jason Brilz

Round 1

Brilz gets a takedown early but Magalhaes is in his element and reverses position. He quickly moves from side control to full mount. Brilz spins and Magalhaes takes his back and secures a body lock. Brilz manages to shuck him off the top and ends up in Magalhaes' guard. Brilz sits in his guard while Magalhaes is content to stay there. There isn't much action, only hand fighting. Magalhaes works a rubber guard which nullifies Brilz's offense. Brilz escapes but he can't mount any offense. Magalhaes rolls for an armbar as the round ends. 10-9 Brilz.

Round 2

Brilz converts a legkick into a takedown but Magalhaes works and omoplata. He's got it deep and he cranks on Brilz's arm and ends up on top. Brilz is game though and reverses position, ending up on top of Magalhaes. He can't do much in guard and Magalhaes throws elbows to the top of his head. Magalhaes rolls for an arm but Brilz lands a few big punches. It is enough to free him though, and Magalhaees moved to north-south position. Brilz escapes and shoves Magalhaes back to the floor. Magalhaes reverses position and moves to side control. He tries to soften Brilz for a kimura attempt but then switches to an armbar. He tries to extend the arm but Brilz wriggles free and ends the round on top. 10-9 Magalhaes.

Round 3

Brilz dumps Magalhaes to the ground and begins to work from full guard. Again, he can't mount much offense from the position. Magalhaes lands some tough elbows to the side of Brilz's head. He then grabbed Brilz's arm and so can't fight back or defend himself from the elbows. The referee stops it due to blows to the back of the head. He doesn't take a point but he stands the fighters up. Brilz pushes Magalhaes agaisnt the cage but Magalhaes hip tosses him to the floor. He overdid it though, and Brilz ends up in full guard again. Brilz is content to lay in full guard. Magalhaes works for an arm but he can't get out from underneath Brilz. The round ends with Brilz in full guard. 10-9 Brilz.

Round 4

Brilz comes out throwing bombs and lands three to the chin of Magalhaes. They tie up and Magalhaes clips Brilz with a head kick, knocking him to the floor. He slaps on an arm-triangle choke and that's all she wrote: Brilz taps out less than a minute into the fourth round.

The Official Result

Vinny Magalhaes Def. Jason Brilz Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) R4 0:36

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