The event took place at the Spokane Arena in Spokane, Washington.
Horn managed to submit Jason Guida in the first round with a tight arm triangle, recording his 106th victory and second straight first round submission in the process.
Beerbohm battered Josh Martin with a brutal series of elbows on the canvas that opened multiple, deep gashes on the Bellator veteran, and ultimately brought a conclusion to the bout just minutes into the contest. Beerbohm extended his undefeated record to 13-0 with the win.
Following the bout Lyle took the opportunity to call out current Strikeforce lightweight title holder Josh Thomson, who was in attendance, perhaps scouting a future opponent.
Prangley made it four in a row when he stopped Dennis Reed early in the first by knockout, making a return to either Strikeforce or the UFC very likely for the South African born middleweight in the near future.
- Fancy Pants fans make sure to check back later with 5 Oz’s as Lyle Beerbohm is currently hard at work penning an exclusive fighter blog on his experiences on this most recent TKO victory.