|Machida added another KO to his highlight reel.|
- Brad Scott won with a first round front choke against Michael Kuiper
- Jimy Hettes submitted Rob Whiteford in the 2nd with a triangle choke
- Cole Miller defeated Andy Ogle via submission, called out judges, called out fighters from the UK, then scurried to the locker room as the boos rained down
- Jessica Andrade put down a 3 round whipping on Rosi Sexton
- Luke Barnatt rocked Andrew Craig a few times before securing an armbar finish in a FOTN performance
- Al Iaquinta outclassed the very tough and durable Piotr Hallmann to win a decision
- John Lineker won via 1st round KO yet again beating Phil Harris. He likely will face John Dodson in a top contender fight or move up to bantamweight as he keeps missing weight.
- Nicholas Musoke picked up Submission of the Night against Alessio Sakara in a very entertaining fight
- Norman Parke landed his left hand at will yet again defeating Jon Tuck via decision
- Ryan Jimmo's leg gave out on him as he lost the fight via injury TKO. Jimi Manuwa picks up the win via injury for the second fight in a row. He heavily damaged Jimmo's leg with knees and kicks so give him full credit for this win although it seemed like a fluke the way Jimmo went down
- Melvin Guillard was getting lose and starting to beat up Ross Pearson before an illegal knee ended the fight with a no contest. Pearson was playing possum with his hand on the ground as Guillard kneed him in the head a few times. The fight is rescheduled for London in March.
- Lyoto Machida made quick work of Mark Munoz by defeating him with a 1st round head kick KO. Munoz was aware of Machida's power and counter striking but I think he was a bit too cautious. Machida is instantly in the mix at middleweight now with this win. Munoz still hangs out in the top 10 but has a few wins to get before re-entering the title picture.
Brutal Sports Awards:
Beatdown of the Night: Andrade
Sketchiest Decision of the Night: The "no contest" called on Pearson/Guillard
Upset of the Night: Barnatt
Entering events: 152/262-58%
Event total: 8/11-72.7%
Pick Totals: 160/273-58.6%