Saturday, April 28, 2018

Bellator 198: Emelianenko vs Mir Results

Bellator 198 took place April 28th from The All State Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. In the night's Main Event, as part of Bellator's Heavyweight Grand Prix, Fedor Emelianenko made short work of Frank Mir. Mir made it clear he wanted to get in close and work the clinch, however Emelianenko got a nice throw for the takedown, they were up quick and Emelianenko dropped him again and landed more punches and the ref stopped it in under a minute. He will now face Chael Sonnen in the next round. In the Co-Main Event Emmanuel Sanchez also got a first round stoppage over Sam Sicilia. It went to the ground and Sanchez was in his world and secured the arm triangle submission. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. 150LB Catch Weight: Eric Wisely (30-9-1) defeated Morgan Sickenger (20-11) via Tapout (Armbar) at 1:12 of Round 1.

2. Welterweight: Mark Stoddard (16-9) defeated Dan Stittgen (12-10) via Tapout (Triangle Choke) at 4:43 of Round 1.

3. Featherweight: Adil Benjilany (4-1) defeated Corey Jackson (3-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Benjilany.

4. Heavyweight: Robert Morrow (24-21-1) defeated Adam Maciejewski (13-7-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Maciejewski.

5. Welterweight: Sultan Umar (6-2) defeated Tom Angeloff (7-6) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-27/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Umar.

6. 175LB Catch Weight: Dillon Danis (1-0) defeated Kyle Walker (2-5) via Tapout (Toe Hold) at 1:38 of Round 1.

7. Welterweight: Neiman Gracie (8-0) defeated Javier Torres (10-4) via Tapout (Arm Triangle) at 3:18 of Round 1.

8. 188LB Catch Weight: Rafael Lovato Jr. (8-0) defeated Gerald Harris (25-6) via Tapout (Armbar) at 1:11 of Round 1.

9. Featherweight: Emmanuel Sanchez (17-3) defeated Sam Sicilia (16-9) via Tapout (Arm Triangle) at 3:52 of Round 1.

10. Heavyweight: Fedor Emelianenko (37-5) defeated Frank Mir (18-12) via TKO at :48 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Rafael Lovato Jr.

Knockout of the Night: Fedor Emelianenko

Fight of the Night: Adil Benjilany vs Corey Jackson

Friday, April 27, 2018

Invicta FC 29 Predictions

We are back with our predictions for Invicta FC 29 which takes place May 4th. At the time of predictions Adriana Vucovic had no announced opponent so her bout will be skipped. Joining myself (Jason Adams) are Alyssa Vasquez, Amy Montenegro, Ashley Hawkins, Chris Gregory, Emily Andzulis, Jehnn Stumborg, Jen Aniano, Jenna Bernick, Jenna Skinner, Jillian DeCoursey, Kate Brummitt, Katherine Grasshopper, Katie Casimir, Kerry Hughes, Kia Lola, Lacey Hancock, Layla Newton, Leigh-Ann Baskey, Lindsey VanZandt, Mallory Kane, Missy Pontbriand, Monica Franco, Olivia Parker, Rach Wiley, Rachael Smith, Sarah Shell, Serena DeJesus, Shamir Peshewa, Sophie Sharp, Stephanie Skinner, Tamikka Brents and Teri Brents.

1. Helen Peralta (1-0) vs Cheyanne Vlismas (1-0)
Alyssa: Peralta
Amy: Vlismas
Ashley: Peralta
Chris: Peralta
Emily: Peralta
Jason: Peralta
Jehnn: Vlismas
Jen: Peralta
Jenna B: Peralta
Jenna S: Peralta
Jillian: Peralta
Kate: Vlismas
Katherine: Vlismas
Katie: Vlismas
Kerry: Vlismas
Kia: Peralta
Lacey: Peralta
Layla: Peralta
Leigh-Ann: Peralta
Lindsey: Vlismas
Mallory: Peralta
Missy: Peralta
Monica: Vlismas
Olivia: Peralta
Rach: Peralta
Rachael: Peralta
Sarah: Peralta
Serena: Vlismas
Shamir: Peralta
Sophie: Vlismas
Stephanie Peralta
Tamikka: Vlismas
Teri: Vlismas
Totals: Peralta- 21 Vlismas- 12

2. Allison Schmidt (1-0) vs Macy Chiasson (1-0)
Alyssa: Schmidt
Amy: Chiasson
Ashley: Schmidt
Chris: Schmidt
Emily: Schmidt
Jason: Chiasson
Jehnn: Chiasson
Jen: Schmidt
Jenna B: Schmidt
Jenna S: Chiasson
Jillian: Schmidt
Kate: Schmidt
Katherine: Chiasson
Katie: Chiasson
Kerry: Chiasson
Kia: Schmidt
Lacey: Schmidt
Layla: Chaisson
Leigh-Ann: Chiasson
Lindsey: Chiasson
Mallory: Schmidt
Missy: Chiasson
Monica: Chiasson
Olivia: Schmidt
Rach: Chiasson
Rachael: Schmidt
Sarah Chiasson
Serena: Schmidt
Shamir: Chiasson
Sophie: Schmidt
Stephanie: Chiasson
Tamikka: Schmidt
Teri: Schmidt
Totals: Schmidt- 17 Chiasson- 16

3. Yaya Rincon (2-0) vs Lisa Spangler (0-0)
Alyssa: Rincon
Amy: Spangler
Ashley: Rincon
Chris: Rincon
Emily: Spangler
Jason: Rincon
Jehnn: Spangler
Jen: Rincon
Jenna B: Rincon
Jenna S: Rincon
Jillian: Rincon
Kate: Spangler
Katherine: Rincon
Katie: Rincon
Kerry: Rincon
Kia: Rincon
Lacey: Spangler
Layla: Rincon
Leigh-Ann: Rincon
Lindsey: Rincon
Mallory: Rincon
Missy: Rincon
Monica: Rincon
Olivia: Rincon
Rach: Rincon
Rachael: Rincon
Sarah: Rincon
Serena: Rincon
Shamir: Rincon
Sophie: Rincon
Stephanie: Rincon
Tamikka: Rincon
Teri: Rincon
Totals: Rincon- 28 Spangler- 5

4. Liz Tracy (4-2) vs Cheri Muraski (4-1)
Alyssa: Muraski
Amy: Tracy
Ashley: Tracy
Chris: Tracy
Emily: Muraski
Jason: Tracy
Jehnn: Muraski
Jen: Tracy
Jenna B: Muraski
Jenna S: Tracy
Jillian: Muraski
Kate: Muraski
Katherine: Muraski
Katie: Muraski
Kerry: Muraski
Kia: Muraski
Lacey: Tracy
Layla: Muraski
Leigh-Ann: Muraski
Lindsey: Tracy
Mallory: Tracy
Missy: Muraski
Monica: Tracy
Olivia: Tracy
Rach: Muraski
Rachael: Muraski
Sarah: Muraski
Serena: Tracy
Shamir: Muraski
Sophie: Tracy
Stephanie: Tracy
Tamikka: Muraski
Teri: Tracy
Totals: Tracy- 15 Muraski- 18

5. Julia Avila (4-0) vs Marciea Allen (6-2)
Alyssa: Avila
Amy: Avila
Ashley: Avila
Chris: Avila
Emily: Avila
Jason: Allen
Jehnn: Avila
Jen: Avila
Jenna B: Avila
Jenna S: Allen
Jillian: Avila
Kate: Allen
Katherine: Avila
Katie: Avila
Kerry: Avila
Kia: Allen
Lacey: Allen
Layla: Allen
Leigh-Ann: Allen
Lindsey: Allen
Mallory: Allen
Missy: Allen
Monica: Allen
Olivia: Avila
Rach: Allen
Rachael: Allen
Sarah: Allen
Serena: Avila
Shamir: Allen
Sophie: Avila
Stephanie: Avila
Tamikka: Avila
Teri: Allen
Totals: Avila- 17 Allen-16

6. Pearl Gonzalez (7-3) vs Barbara Acioly (4-2)
Alyssa: Gonzalez
Amy: Gonzalez
Ashley: Gonzalez
Chris: Gonzalez
Emily: Gonzalez
Jason: Gonzalez
Jehnn: Gonzalez
Jen: Gonzalez
Jenna B: Gonzalez
Jenna S: Gonzalez
Jillian: Gonzalez
Kate: Gonzalez
Katherine: Gonzalez
Katie: Gonzalez
Kerry: Gonzalez
Kia: Gonzalez
Lacey: Gonzalez
Layla: Gonzalez
Leigh-Ann: Acioly
Lindsey: Gonzalez
Mallory: Gonzalez
Missy: Gonzalez
Monica: Gonzalez
Olivia: Gonzalez
Rach: Gonzalez
Rachael: Gonzalez
Sarah: Gonzalez
Serena: Gonzalez
Shamir: Gonzalez
Sophie: Acioly
Stephanie: Gonzalez
Tamikka: Gonzalez
Teri: Acioly
Totals: Gonzalez- 30 Acioly- 3

7. Pannie Kianzad (8-3) vs Bianca Daimoni (7-2)
Alyssa: Kianzad
Amy: Kianzad
Ashley: Kianzad
Chris: Kianzad
Emily: Kianzad
Jason: Daimoni
Jehnn: Daimoni
Jen: Kianzad
Jenna B: Kianzad
Jenna S: Kianzad
Jillian: Kianzad
Kate: Daimoni
Katherine: Kianzad
Katie: Kianzad
Kerry: Kianzad
Kia: Kianzad
Lacey: Daimoni
Layla: Kianzad
Leigh-Ann: Daimoni
Lindsey: Kianzad
Mallory: Daimoni
Missy: Daimoni
Monica: Kianzad
Olivia: Daimoni
Rach: Daimoni
Rachael: Kianzad
Sarah: Daimoni
Serena: Kianzad
Shamir: Kianzad
Sophie: Kianzad
Stephanie: Kianzad
Tamikka: Kianzad
Teri: Kianzad
Totals: Kianzad- 23 Daimoni- 10

8. Sarah Kaufman (19-4, 1NC) vs Katherina Lehner (7-0)
Alyssa: Lehner
Amy: Kaufman
Ashley: Kaufman
Chris: Kaufman
Emily: Kaufman
Jason: Lehner
Jehnn: Kaufman
Jen: Kaufman
Jenna B: Kaufman
Jenna S: Kaufman
Jillian: Kaufman
Kate: Lehner
Katherine: Kaufman
Katie: Kaufman
Kerry: Kaufman
Kia: Kaufman
Lacey: Lehner
Layla: Kaufman
Leigh-Ann: Kaufman
Lindsey: Kaufman
Mallory: Kaufman
Missy: Kaufman
Monica: Kaufman
Olivia: Kaufman
Rach: Kaufman
Rachael: Kaufman
Sarah: Kaufman
Serena: Kaufman
Shamir: Kaufman
Sophie: Lehner
Stephanie: Kaufman
Tamikka: Kaufman
Teri: Kaufman
Totals: Kaufman- 28 Lehner- 5

9. Fight of the Night
Alyssa: Kaufman vs Lehner
Amy: Peralta vs Vlismas
Ashley: Kaufman vs Lehner
Chris: Kianzad vs Daimoni
Emily: Kaufman vs Lehner
Jason: Peralta vs Vlismas
Jehnn: Kaufman vs Lehner
Jen: Kaufman vs Lehner
Jenna B: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Jenna S: Kaufman vs Lehner
Jillian: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Kate: Kaufman vs Lehner
Katherine: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Katie: Kianzad vs Daimoni
Kerry: Kaufman vs Lehner
Kia: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Lacey: Tracy vs Muraski
Layla: Kaufman vs Lehner
Leigh-Ann: Kianzad vs Daimoni
Lindsey: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Mallory: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Missy: Avila vs Allen
Monica: Kaufman vs Lehner
Olivia: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Rach: Rincon vs Spangler
Rachael: Kaufman vs Lehner
Sarah: Tracy vs Muraski
Serena: Kianzad vs Daimoni
Shamir: Gonzalez vs Acioly
Sophie: Kianzad vs Daimoni
Stephanie: Avila vs Allen
Tamikka: Peralta vs Vlismas
Teri: Kianzad vs Daimoni

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Alaska Fighting Championship 139: Mazurek vs Uloran

Alaska Fighting Championship 139 took place April 18th from The Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage, Alaska. In the Main Event, Jared Mazurek made short work of late replacement Aaron Uloran. After a short feeling out process, Mazurek took it to the ground and after landing some punches, sunk in the rear naked choke and got the Tapout. In women's action Wendy Rodriguez remained unbeaten taking a decision from an outmatched Anne Hansen. Hansen was unable to mount much offense at all and Rodriguez seemed to hurt her with every punch. Rodriguez could have possibly stopped her but was not as aggressive enough to do so. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Cole Aquino (1-2) defeated Marlon Sergio (0-1) via Tapout (Ankle Lock) at :33 of Round 2.

2. 160LB Catch Weight: Cody Williams (1-0) defeated Kris Berberich (0-1) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at :30 of Round 2.

3. Middleweight: Tae Yoon (1-0) defeated Ross Grainger (0-1) via Majority Decision (29-27/29-27/28-28). We scored it 29-27 Yoon.

4. Bantamweight: Chance Staggs (2-0) defeated John George (0-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 3:27 of Round 2.

5. Bantamweight: David Booker (3-2) defeated Elijah Terrell (0-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-27 Terrell.

6. Bantamweight: Wendy Rodriguez (4-0) defeated Anne Hansen (0-1) via Unanimous Decision (scores not read). We scored it 30-27 Rodriguez.

7. Bantamweight: Josh Branham (16-9) defeated Casey Johnson (6-3) via Split Decision (27-30/29-28/29-28). We scored it 30-27 Johnson.

8. Featherweight: Jared Mazurek (7-1) defeated Aaron Uloran (0-1) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:47 of Round 1.

Submission of the Night: Cole Aquino

Fight of the Night: Tae Yoon vs Ross Grainger

Saturday, April 14, 2018

UFC On FOX 29: Poirier vs Gaethje Results

Photo Credit: Ultimate Fighting Championship

UFC on FOX 29 took place April 14th from The Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona. In the night's Main Event, Dustin Poirier scored a fourth round TKO of Justin Gaethje in an exciting fight that saw both fighters having their moments. Very early in round four, Poirier hurt him and Gaethje chose not to try and clinch or take it down allowing Poirier to tee off till the fight was stopped. Afterwards, Poirier asked for a fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov. In women's action, Lauren Mueller made her UFC debut a successful one taking a decision for Shana Dobson. The bout was even heading to the third but Mueller was able to take round three and the fight. Also, Michelle Waterson won a split decision from local favorite Cortney Casey. Casey was noticeably bigger than Waterson and tried to use that to her advantage while Waterson used her speed. While most media members seemed to disagree, the judges gave the fight to The Karate Hottie. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Bantamweight: Luke Sanders (12-2) defeated Patrick Williams (8-6) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Sanders.

2. Bantamweight: Alejandro Perez (21-6-1) defeated Matthew Lopez (10-3) via TKO at 3:42 of Round 2.

3. Heavyweight: Adam Wieczorek (10-1) defeated Arjan Bhullar (7-1) via Tapout (Omaplata) at 1:59 of Round 2.

4. Welterweight: Yushin Okami (35-11) defeated Dhiego Lima (14-7) via Unanimous Decision (30-26/30-26/30-26). We scored it 30-27 Okami.

5. Flyweight: Lauren Mueller (5-0) defeated Shana Dobson (3-2) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Mueller.

6. Lightweight: Gilbert Burns (13-2) defeated Dan Moret (13-4) via KO at :59 of Round 2.

7. Middleweight: Brad Tavares (17-5) defeated Krzysztof Jotko (19-4) via TKO at 2:16 of Round 3.

8. Flyweight: John Moraga (19-6) defeated Wilson Reis (22-9) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/29-28/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Reis.

9. Welterweight: Muslim Shalikov (14-2) defeated Ricky Rainey (13-5) via KO at 4:04 of Round 2.

10. Middleweight: Antonio Carlos Junior (11-2, 1NC) defeated Tim Boetsch (21-12) via Tapout (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:28 of Round 1.

11. Strawweight: Michelle Waterson (15-6) defeated Cortney Casey (7-6) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Casey.

12. Middleweight: Israel Adesanya (13-0) defeated Marvin Vettori (13-3-1) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Adesanya.

13. Welterweight: Alex Oliveira (18-4-1, 2NC) defeated Carlos Condit (30-12) via Tapout (Guillotine Choke) at 3:17 of Round 2.

14. Lightweight: Dustin Poirier (23-5, 1NC) defeated Justin Gaethje (18-2) via TKO at :33 of Round 4.

Submission of the Night: Adam Wieczorek

Knockout of the Night: Gilbert Burns

Fight of the Night: Dustin Poirier vs Justin Gaethje

Saturday, April 7, 2018

UFC 223: Nurmagomedov vs Iaquinta Results

UFC 223 took place April 7th, coming from The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Fight week was filled with drama with the Conor McGregor situation causing all kinds of changes to the card, resulting in multiple possible opponents for Khabib Nurmagomedov. In the end, Al Iaquinta received the fight. Iaquinta showed a ton of heart, not giving up although being dismantled for the most part by Nurmagomedov as he took every round coasting to a decision to become the new Lightweight Champion. In the Co-Main Event, Rose Namajunas defended her Strawweight Title, making it two wins in a row over former champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk. Namajunas clearly won round one, being the more effective striker while being allusive herself. From there on, it was four close back and fourth rounds with the judges favoring the champ. In other women's action, Ashlee Evans-Smith made her move to flyweight look like a smart move taking a decision over Bec Rawlings and Karolina Kowalkiewicz made her case for a title shot winning a close decision in a good fight against Felice Herrig. Here are all your results and our Of The Night Awards.

1. Light Heavyweight: Devin Clark (9-2) defeated Mike Rodriguez (9-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Clark.

2. Flyweight: Ashlee Evans-Smith (6-3) defeated Bec Rawlings (7-8) via Unanimous Decision (30-27/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Evans-Smith.

3. Lightweight: Olivier Aubin-Mercier (12-2) defeated Evan Dunham (18-7-1) via TKO at :53 of Round 1.

4. Strawweight: Karolina Kowalkiewicz (12-2) defeated Felice Herrig (14-7) via Split Decision (29-28/28-29/29-28). We scored it 29-28 Kowalkiewicz.

5. Lightweight: Chris Gruetzemacher (14-3) defeated Joe Lauzon (27-16) via TKO at 5:00 of Round 2.

6. Featherweight: Zabit Magomedsharipov (15-1) defeated Kyle Bochniak (8-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 29-28 Magomedsharipov.

7. Featherweight: Renato Moicano (12-1-1) defeated Calvin Kattar (18-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-28/30-27/30-27). We scored it 30-27 Moicano.

8. Strawweight Title: Rose Namajunas (9-3) defeated Joanna Jedrzejczyk (14-2) via Unanimous Decision (49-46/49-46/49-46). We scored it 48-47 Namajunas.

9. Lightweight Title: Khabib Nurmagomedov (26-0) defeated Al Iaquinta (13-4-1) via Unanimous Decision (50-44/50-43/50-43). We scored it 50-44 Nurmagomedov.

Knockout of the Night: Olivier Aubin-Mercier

Fight of the Night: Zabit Magomedsharipov vs Kyle Bochniak

Friday, April 6, 2018

March 2018 Fitness Athlete of the Month: Shanique Grant

Photo Credit: Don Bersano

We often hear people called "The Future", be it in fitness, other sports or even other walks of life. In the case of Shanique Grant, the phrase should be "The future is now.

Starting with the 2016 New York Pro, Shanique has been on a ride, winning that show two years in a row with another win in between. In 2017 she was considered a top contender for the Olympia, however for the second year in a row, reasons beyond her control caused her to not compete at the Olympia. But what also stands out about those, is that in both instances, instead of letting having to miss those shows get her down, she came back better than ever, that includes the recent Arnold.

Photo Credit: NPC News Online/Amir Marandi

Competing in a field that included some of the best competitors in the world, women who have competed in and placed high at the Olympia, it was Grant who came out on top. Bringing her unique, symmetrical, well proportioned physique, Grant looked the best she's ever had, combined with her great posing that makes people take notice and commands attention.

Shanique didn't just win in physique, she came out of the event as among the most talked about athletes who competed the entire weekend. A weekend that saw the sports best competing. That is a great accomplishment in and of itself. However people talking about her is not new. Since winning her pro card in 2014 people have talked about her. She won her pro card in figure and began her pro career in figure with some decent success, but was heralded as one to watch. In 2016 she took sixth place in figure at the Pittsburgh Pro. After that, the switch was made to physique and she's been winning shows since. That New York Pro win is when people started to really take notice. It was clear instantly that the switch to physique was a smart move and was going to ignite her rise to the top.

Photo Credit: NPC News Online/Amir Marandi

Winning the Arnold definitely puts her in the front of competitors trying to chase down reigning Olympia champ Juliana Malacarne. She brings a physique that is really not comparable to others, as mentioned earlier, it is unique, unique in a positive way, and is a testament to her dedication to improving, which she does with each and every show. Will she unseat Malacarne and become the next Olympia winner? Only time will tell. Is she capable of doing it? Absolutely!

March MMA Athlete of the Month: Virna Jandiroba

Photo Credit: Invicta FC/Dave Mandel

For a long time, Virna Jandiroba was considered of the best female fighters that U.S. fans didn't know. Fighting in her home country of Brazil, Jandiroba had gone undefeated with wins over great competition that included names like Lisa Ellis, Ericka Almeida and Aline Sattelmayer. Amongst all those wins were many submission victories for the Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu ace.

Photo Credit: Invicta FC/Dave Mandel

But in December of last year, American fans were finally introduced to Jandiroba. She made her Invicta FC debut with a quick submission of highly regarded Amy Montenegro, a win that put fans on notice. The fight went to the ground quickly and from there it was all Virna. After that bout, with Invicta's titles mainly vacant, Virna became an immediate contender for the strawweight title. However people were unaware just how soon she would be fighting for that title.

Initially, Jandiroba was to face Janaisa Morandin at Invicta FC 28 but after some changes to the card, she was to face the popular Mizuki Inoue for the vacant strawweight title. The fight was considered a toss-up going in, but it was quickly eveident, Jandiroba was just too much for Inoue. Jandiroba dominated the majority of the fight, showing once again her amazing Jiu-Jitsu game as any time the fight went to the ground, Jandiroba was able to ensure she was in the dominant positions, confusing and frustrating her opponent. After five grueling rounds, Jandiroba was given a split decision win, as one judge who didn't appear to actually watch the fight, scored in in favor of Mizuki.

Photo Credit: Invicta FC: Dave Mandel

Whether Jandiroba stays with Invicta or is called upon to go to the UFC, fans who hadn't heard of Jandiroba before, surely know her now and can't deny she is among the sports elite at strawweight. If she were to go to the UFC, she would for sure be a contender in that division. If she stays in Invicta for the time being, you will be hard pressed to find an opponent who can take that title from her.

Monday, April 2, 2018

UFC 223 predictions

We are back with our UFC 223 predictions. When the predictions were done, the main event was set to be Tony Ferguson vs Khabib Nurmagomedov, however since then Ferguson has gotten injured and replaced by Max Holloway. So, that bout will be left off the predictions. Joining myself (Jason Adams) are Alyssa Vasquez, Amy Montenegro, Andy Nguyen, Ashley Hawkins, Brankica Underwood, Chris Gregory, Emily Andzulis, Jehnn Stumborg, Jen Aniano, Jenna Bernick, Jenna Skinner, Jessica Dinch, Jillian DeCoursey, Katherine Grasshopper, Katie Casimir, Kerry Hughes, Kia Lola, Lacey Hancock, Layla Newton, Leigh-Ann Baskey, Lindsey VanZandt, Mallory Kane, Missy Pontbriand, Monica Franco, Olivia Parker, Rach Wiley, Rachael Smith, Sarah Shell, Serena DeJesus, Shamir Peshewa, Sophie Sharp, Stephanie Skinner, Tamikka Brents and Teri Brents.

1. Bec Rawlings (7-7) vs Ashlee Evans-Smith (5-3)
Alyssa: Evans-Smith
Amy: Evans-Smith
Andy: Evans-Smith
Ashley: Evans-Smith
Brankica: Rawlings
Chris: Rawlings
Emily: Evans-Smith
Jason: Evans-Smith
Jehnn: Rawlings
Jen: Evans-Smith
Jenna B: Evans-Smith
Jenna S: Evans-Smith
Jessica: Evans-Smith
Jillian: Evans-Smith
Katherine: Evans-Smith
Katie: Evans-Smith
Kerry: Evans-Smith
Kia: Evans-Smith
Lacey: Evans-Smith
Layla: Evans-Smith
Leigh-Ann: Evans-Smith
Lindsey: Evans-Smith
Mallory: Evans-Smith
Missy: Evans-Smith
Monica: Rawlings
Olivia: Evans-Smith
Rach: Evans-Smith
Rachael: Evans-Smith
Sarah: Evans-Smith
Serena: Evans-Smith
Shamir: Evans-Smith
Sophie: Rawlings
Stephanie: Evans-Smith
Tamikka: Evans-Smith
Teri: Rawlings
Totals" Rawlings- 5 Evans-Smith- 29

2. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (11-2) vs Felice Herrig (14-6)
Alyssa: Kowalkiewicz
Amy: Herrig
Andy: Kowalkiewicz
Ashley: Kowalkiewicz
Brankica: Kowlakiewicz
Chris: Kowalkiewicz
Emily: Herrig
Jason: Kowalkiewicz
Jehnn: Herrig
Jen: Herrig
Jenna B: Herrig
Jenna S: Kowalkiewicz
Jessica: Kowalkiewicz
Jillian: Kowalkiewicz
Katherine: Herrig
Katie: Herrig
Kerry: Kowalkiewicz
Kia: Kowalkiewicz
Lacey: Herrig
Layla: Kowalkiewicz
Leigh-Ann: Kowalkiewicz
Lindsey: Kowalkiewicz
Mallory: Kowalkiewicz
Missy: Herrig
Monica: Kowalkiewicz
Olivia: Kowalkiewicz
Rach: Kowalkiewicz
Rachael: Kowalkiewicz
Sarah: Kowalkiewicz
Serena: Kowalkiewicz
Shamir: Kowalkiewicz
Sophie: Herrig
Stephanie: Kowalkiewicz
Tamikka: Kowalkiewicz
Teri: Kowalkiewicz
Totals: Kowalkiewicz- 25 Herrig- 9

3. Al Iaquinta (13-3-1) vs Paul Felder (15-3)
Alyssa: Felder
Amy: Iaquinta
Andy: Felder
Ashley: Felder
Brankica: Iaquinta
Chris: Iaquinta
Emily: Iaquinta
Jason: Felder
Jehnn: Felder
Jen: Felder
Jenna B: Iaquinta
Jenna S: Felder
Jessica: Felder
Jillian: Felder
Katherine: Felder
Katie: Felder
Kerry: Iaquinta
Kia: Felder
Lacey: Felder
Layla: Felder
Leigh-Ann: Felder
Lindsey: Iaquinta
Mallory: Iaquinta
Missy: Felder
Monica: Iaquinta
Olivia: Felder
Rach: Felder
Rachael: Felder
Sarah: Felder
Serena: Felder
Shamir: Iaquinta
Sophie: Felder
Stephanie: Felder
Tamikka: Felder
Teri: Felder
Totals: Iaquinta- 10 Felder- 24

4. Michael Chiesa (14-3) vs Anthony Pettis (20-7)
Alyssa: Chiesa
Amy: Pettis
Andy: Pettis
Ashley: Pettis
Brankica: Pettis
Chris: Chiesa
Emily: Pettis
Jason: Pettis
Jehnn: Pettis
Jen: Pettis
Jenna B: Pettis
Jenna S: Pettis
Jessica: Pettis
Jillian: Pettis
Katherine: Pettis
Katie: Pettis
Kerry: Pettis
Kia: Pettis
Lacey: Pettis
Layla: Pettis
Leigh-Ann: Pettis
Lindsey: Pettis
Mallory: Pettis
Missy: Pettis
Monica: Pettis
Olivia: Pettis
Rach: Pettis
Rachael: Pettis
Sarah: Pettis
Serena: Chiesa
Shamir: Pettis
Sophie: Chiesa
Stephanie: Chiesa
Tamikka: Pettis
Teri: Pettis
Totals: Chiesa- 5 Pettis- 29

5. Renato Moicano (11-1-1) vs Calvin Kattar (18-2)
Alyssa: Kattar
Amy: Moicano
Andy: Kattar
Ashley: Moicano
Brankica: Kattar
Chris: Kattar
Emily: Moicano
Jason: Kattar
Jehnn: Kattar
Jen: Kattar
Jenna B: Moicano
Jenna S: Kattar
Jessica: Moicano
Jillian: Kattar
Katherine: Kattar
Katie: Kattar
Kerry: Kattar
Kia: Kattar
Lacey: Moicano
Layla: Kattar
Leigh-Ann: Moicano
Lindsey: Moicano
Mallory: Kattar
Missy: Kattar
Monica: Kattar
Olivia: Moicano
Rach: Moicano
Rachael: Kattar
Sarah: Moicano
Serena: Kattar
Shamir: Kattar
Sophie: Moicano
Stephanie: Kattar
Tamikka: Kattar
Teri: Moicano
Totals: Moicano- 13 Kattar- 21

6. Rose Namajunas (8-3) vs Joanna Jedrzejczyk (14-1)
Alyssa: Namajunas
Amy: Jedrzejczyk
Andy: Namajunas
Ashley: Jedrzejczyk
Brankica: Namajunas
Chris: Namajunas
Emily: Namajunas
Jason: Jedrzejczyk
Jehnn: Jedrzejczyk
Jen: Namajunas
Jenna B: Namajunas
Jenna S: Namajunas
Jessica: Jedrzejczyk
Jillian: Namajunas
Katherine: Namajunas
Katie: Jedrzejczyk
Kerry: Namajunas
Kia: Namajunas
Lacey: Namajunas
Layla: Namajunas
Leigh-Ann: Jedrzejczyk
Lindsey: Namajunas
Mallory: Namajunas
Missy: Namajunas
Monica: Namajunas
Olivia: Namajunas
Rach: Namajunas
Rachael: Jedrzejczyk
Sarah: Namajunas
Serena: Namajunas
Shamir: Namajunas
Sophie: Namajunas
Stephanie: Namajunas
Tamikka: Namajunas
Teri: Namajunas
Totals: Namajunas- 26 Jedrzejczyk- 8