UFC Fight for the Troops 2 results

by Chris Palmquist | source: mixedmartialarts.com
 

UFC Fight Night: Fight for the Troops 2 results are now available. The main event featured Melvin Guillard defeating highly touted contender Evan Dunham with impressive barrage of strikes to force a referree stoppage.

Main Televised Bouts (Spike TV):

-Melvin Guillard def. Evan Dunham via TKO (punches and knees) - Round 1, 2:58
-Matt Mitrione def. Tim Hague via TKO (punches) - Round 1, 2:59
-Mark Hominick def. George Roop via TKO (punches) - Round 1, 1:28
-Pat Barry def. Joey Beltran via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
-Matt Wiman def. Cole Miller via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Facebook.com Preliminary Bouts:

-Rani Yahya def. Mike Brown via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
-Waylon Lowe def. Willamy Freire via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
-Yves Edwards def. Cody McKenzie via technical submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 2, 4:33
-DaMarques Johnson def. Mike Guymon via verbal submission (injury from body triangle) - Round 1, 3:22

Preliminary Bouts (Non-Televised):

-Charlie Brenneman def. Amilcar Alves via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
-Chris Cariaso def. Will Campuzano via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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Joshua Wolff site profile image  

1/22/11 9:45 PM by Joshua Wolff

Round 3: Wiman fires away with punches, finishing with a head kick. Miller blocks them all. Wiman gets through with a left punch. Miller is bleeding from his nose. Wiman jumps for a guillotine and Miller escapes it, but it still keeps WIman on top of Miller. Wiman is very effective when he stands up to drop down punches and chops. Wiman is doing it over and over again to wear Miller down. Wiman working elbows inside Miller's closed guard. Miller has no answers for Wiman. Another Sakuraba homage, Wiman attempts a cartwheel guard pass. He doesn't get it but they scramble and Wiman gets Miller's back, briefly. The fight ends with Wiman punching from inside of Miller's guard.

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1/22/11 9:36 PM by Joshua Wolff

Round 2: Wiman connects on an inside leg kick. Wiman jumps for a guillotine but Miller fights his way back up, but WIman just grabs a leg and shoves Miller to the floor. Wiman enters Miller's guard to score points with punches. Miller tries a sweep, doesn't get it but it frees him to his feet. Wiman goes to work in clinch. WIman scores on a combo with an uppercut and then a knee drops Miller. More punches from Wiman, and again, another Sakuraba double chop. Wiman stands up again for a flurry of punches and chops to more than guarantee him the second round on the score cards.

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1/22/11 9:33 PM by Joshua Wolff

Round 1: Wiman stalks, working leg kicks. WIman punches his way into clinch to work a knee to the thigh. MIller pushes off and unloads with punches. Wiman already with a bloody nose. Wiman charges in with punches and a head kick but the strikes are all blocked. Wiman is doing more to mix it up, with punch combos followed by kicks. Miller grabs hold of a Muay Thai clinch and lands a nice knee to the body. Wiman continues his aggression and it seems his best punch against MIller is his uppercut. MIller looked like he tried a flying triangle and Wiman just tossed him down. Wiman with hammerfists and an elbow in the loose halfguard of Miller. Wiman tries to pass and is put back into full guard. Wiman unloads with punches -- including a Sakuraba double chop! Round one ends with Miller holding Wiman down inside of closed guard. MMAFighting.com scores round one 10-9 Wiman.

TheBeebs site profile image  

1/22/11 9:10 PM by TheBeebs

Was that Mike Rowe doin the narration? Also, why doesn't health insurance cover these issues?

crowbar site profile image  

1/22/11 7:11 PM by crowbar

 Missed it.

MadnessOU site profile image  

1/22/11 7:09 PM by MadnessOU

Yeah he got several motherfuckers in there on the live stream.

Clegg site profile image  

1/22/11 7:06 PM by Clegg

Did anyone hear Rogan make fun of goldies feet warmer?????

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1/22/11 6:58 PM by wildhog

 Round 2 - Chants of "Spaniard" to open round two. Alves takes the center and misses a low kick. Brenneman rushes in from distance. Whizzer on the trip, and both guys hit the matt belly first. They pop back up and remain tied up. Brenneman has underhooks, but Alves showing excellent balance on multiple trip attempts. There's the "U-S-A" chants. Neutral clinch, and Schorle breaks it. Alves has a high kick blocked and misses on a low kick. Brenneman drives in for a double, but Alves sniffs it out. In the clinch, Brenneman pushes forward and powers Alves to the floor on a trip. Side mount, and Alves again spins to his knees in defense. Brenneman takes half-mount as Alves is pushed back over, and Brenneman peppers him with a few punches to the face. Brenneman fires in a few shoulder shots from a tight half-mount. He frees his left leg and moves to side control. One minute remains. Brenneman lands a few knees to the body and then slips quickly to mount. Brenneman has the head and arm trapped, and he's trying to squeeze it tight, but he doesn't have the andgle. He lets go and punches in the closing seconds, and MMAjunkie.com sees it again for Brenneman, 10-9.

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1/22/11 6:55 PM by wildhog

 AMILCAR ALVES VS. CHARLIE BRENNEMAN Round 1 - Referee Jon Schorle in the cage for the evening's final dark fight. Brenneman circles on the outside as Alves holds the center. Both are bouncing franticly. Alves fires a big kick, but Brenneman absorbs it and shoots in. He passes quickly to the side. Alves rolls over, and Brenneman tires to reach over to the back. Alves takes a kimura grip on Brenneman's right arm, but it's more defensive than anything. Brenneman punches to the body, and Alves spins to his knees. Brenneman steps over to the back. Alves scrambles up to his feet, but Brenneman elevates and slams him to the floor. Troops love the big takedown, and chants of "Spaniard" break out. Alves works a full guard. Alves holding tight with overhooks. Brenneman working to elevate, and he finally steps over to half-mount on the left-hand side. Alves' head against the cage, but he does regain guard. Brenneman throwing short punches from the top. Some getting through, but nothing major. Brenneman steps to half-mount on the right side then immediately slips to mount. Alves feels it and regains half-guard quickly. More puncehs from the top in the final seconds, and MMAjunkie.com sees the first for Brenneman, 10-9.

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1/22/11 6:42 PM by wildhog

 CHRIS CARIASO VS. WILL CAMPUZANO Round 1 - Referee Don Turnage in the cage for the evening's first fight. Campuzano getting lots of love from the Texas-based troops. Cariaso circles early. Cariaso leads with a few kicks that are checked. Campuzano whiffs on a high kick. Cariaso lands the first real damage with a few straight punches. They circle for a bit, and Cariaso tries to charge with punches again. Campuzano counters well, and Cariaso backs away. Cariaso still kick heavy from the outside, but Campuzano blocking them mostly. Cariaso does score with a few low kicks. Halfway in.Campuzano dancing lightly on the outside. Cariaso still leading with kicks, and Campuzano trying to counter. Flurry by both into a clinch. Cariaso scores one knee, but they break before anything serious scores. Campuzano kicks to the chest, and the crowd likes it. Cariaso leads with that high kick again, and Campuzano counters. Campuzano whiffs a high kick. Neither fighter putting too much together. Cariaso starting to retreat now. Campuzano leaps in with a flying kick in the closing seconds. Very close round. Cariaso was the oggressor for most, but Campuzano was scoring more frequently. MMAjunkie.com gives a tight one to Campuzano, 10-9. Round 2 - Campuzano takes the center this time. Cariaso opens with a low kick. Campuzano still countering on the outside. He puts together three punches in one of his best flurries. Cariaso lands a straight left to return. Cariaso moves into the clinch, but Campuzano scores with punches inside, and Cariaso breaks. Cariaso shoots form distance, but Campuzano sprawls and pulls away. Campuzano lands a lead let over the top, utilizing his reach advantage. He repeats the attack. Cariaso jumps in with his own lead hook. Moderate pace halfway in. Cariaso's kicks are a little less zippy. Cariaso leading with punches, but Campuzano willing to stand and return fire. Crowd wants action in final minute. Campuzano misses with a flying knee, but seconds later he lands the fight's best punch with a hook to the jaw. Campuzano blocks a high kick then nails Cariaso with the same technique. Cariaso with a low kicks. Campuzano charges forward in the final seconds, but they clash in the clinch and the round ends. MMAjunkie.com sees the second for Campuzano, 10-9. Round 3 - Could be even, could be 2-0 Campuzano. Either way, Cariaso looks a little frustrated. He comes out firing punches to open the final round, but Campuzano does a good job of answering. Campuzano whiffs on a high kick. Quick Thai clinch, but it's Campuzano with the knee before they break. Campuzano kicks to the body. Cariaso answers with his hands. He drives in, but Campuzano steps over and nearly locks in a sweet inverted arm bar. Instead, he steps over and sprawls. Cariaso continues to drive in and scores the takedown, but Campuzano elbows him in the side of the head and stands back up. Halfway in. Campuzano looks a little winded now, and Cariaso lands a few punches upstairs while Campuzano retreats and rests. Cariaso moving forward and lands a left to the body. Lead right hook for Cariaso. Campuzano is retreating, and Cariaso is earning points in the closing minutes. Cariaso quick on the punch, and Campuzano is having trouble timing the counters. Quick clinch, and Cariaso lands a punch on the break. Campuzano lands a nice knee inside. Flurry by both in the closing seconds. MMAjunkie.com sees Cariaso in the final frame, 10-9, but awards Campuzano the fight, 29-28. First round scoring looks crucial. Chris Cariaso def. Will Campuzano via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).