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Tom Atencio remains undefeated with TKO victory at “Ultimate Chaos”

Affliction VP Tom Atencio improved his professional mixed martial arts record to 2-0 Saturday evening as he battered Randy Hedderick for the second round TKO stoppage.

The forty two year old Atencio stopped Hedderick at the “Ultimate Chaos” event that took place in Biloxi, Mississippi.

The previously 1-0 Hedderick did a good job landing the more effective strikes in a first round that many observers felt he had won before winding up on the receiving end of an Atencio flurry of punches on the ground that left his nose a bloody mess.

Hedderick did not feel as if he could continue in-between the second and third round due to the damaged nose and the fight was ruled a second round TKO stoppage in favor of the Affliction VP.

Atencio had fought once previously in 2005 at Total Combat 7 where he pulled off the decision victory over David Martinez.

6 COMMENTS
  • cocoonofhorror says:

    i want that 15 minutes of my life back, Attencio should never fight on TV again.

  • Angry Mike says:

    He shouldn’t make anymore of those ass-ugly shirts, either. If anybody gets anything back, it should be all the money spent by his customers just to look silly.

  • GetItOn says:

    cocoonofhorror:

    Are you serious? At 42 years old the dude has heart. He was hurt badly twice and still overcame it and won. Tom did enough to make the other dude quit. I thought it was a good fight. Not very technical but a good fight nonetheless.

  • cocoonofhorror says:

    dead serious. it was like watching a fixed toughman contest.

  • MMA-LOGIC says:

    Angry if his T-shirts were half as ugly as Tapout I’d be agreeing with you but Afflictin sold many a T-shirt before being a sponsor of MMA do you think Tapout would have done the same. At least their T-shirts have style and aren’t just a brand name sprawled across a cheap T like so many other brands.

  • Angry Mike says:

    It’s all a matter of personal taste, but the Affliction shirts are just too busy and melodramatic for me. Tapout’s logo has cleaner lines, and that makes for a better product, imo. Think about other successful logos, like Coke and Nike. They’re simple and immediately recognizable. My criticism of Tapout is their occasional poor choice in fabric. Camo just doesn’t work unless you’re trying to kill deer or other wildlife.

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