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Adrenaline MMA Quick Results

Courtesy of PunchDrunkGamer. If you’ll remember, Jeff Monson had to pull out of the inaugural main event when he suffered a broken hand against Josh Barnett at Sengoku: Second Battle and was replaced by Jason Guida, brother of UFC fighter Clay Guida.

Main Card:

  • Mike Russow def. Jason Guida via submission (neck crank) at 2:13 of Round 1
  • Terry Martin def. Daiju Takase, DQ (groin strikes) at 3:35 of Round 2
  • Forrest Petz def. Brian Gassaway via unanimous decision (29-28)
  • Bart Palaszewski def. Jeff Cox via KO (head kick) at 3:07 of Round 2
  • Rory Markham def. Jay Ellis via submission (triangle) at 0:57 of Round 1
  • Clay French def. Jameel Massouh via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:18 of Round 2
  • Joe Jordan def. Ryan Williams via unanimous decision (29-28)

Veterans Aaron Rosa, Joe Pearson, and Hector Urbina were also all victorious on the evening’s undercard.

3 COMMENTS
  • herb says:

    I just got home from the fights… all i have to say is that takase should not have been dq’d. He took a fight in martins hometown, and fought martin at his game… takase had no problem standing up with martin (martin was clearly the better standup fighter) but even when he knocked takase down, martin refused to engage him on the ground.
    as a chicagoan, i was ashamed and embarassed by martins performance. he represented our city, and made us look like we need the wizard of oz cause we have no heart. martin was nowhere to be found after the fight… all the fighters that were ok to be there waited and met with the fans after the fights. and the ones who werent ok had been available to the fans at some point, not martin…
    i know that it is usually the japanese who give their fighters an unfair advantage when it comes to the referees, but today, it was the americans doing so…
    most importantly, the ref did not see the last “groin” kick… you can not just take the fighters word for it and take a point or stop a fight based upon a foul… think about how often you see fighters complain about being hit in the back of the head. if the ref missed it or disagrees, he doesnt just go ahead and take a point because the fighter says he got hit in the back of the head… the ref needs to see it. well, martin complained and the ref just took his word for it and stop a very entertaining fight… the worst part is that even though martin could stand and did not appear to be injured in the nuts, he made no objection to the fight being stopped….. fighters get hit in the nuts all the time on accident.. i dont see why this fight needed to be stopped at that point.
    and by the way, i dont think it was broadcast, but herc hayes landed a knee that was clearly illegal, and i dont know what herb dean was doing, but he stopped both fighters for like five seconds, and then told them to keep fighting… no points being deducted, and no break for the fighter who got hit with the illegal shot… considering that a nut shot is an accident and an illegal knee is either on purpose or because of carelessness, i cant understand why herb would have not broken up the fighters or take a point for the illegal knee, while a different ref stopped a fight on an accidental and insignifigant nut shot…

  • Two Toes says:

    I watched that fight on tv. I thought the stoppage was more than justified. Low blows happen. It’s unavoidable. But repeated low blows is just sloppy and uncalled for. The third one was brutal. It looked like something you’d see on cartoons. I think you’ll change your mind if you watch a replay of the fight.

  • herb says:

    maybe you are right… watching on tv you have a much better view of the action…
    however, i still contest that Martin showed very little heart and courage.

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