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Adrenaline MMA IV Live Results

Tim SylviaThis evening Adrenaline IV will be taking place from the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa, airing live on HDNet.

The main event promises to be a slugfest between former UFC heavyweight champion Tim “The Maine-iac” Sylvia and Jason “The Juggernaut” Riley. Also on the card is a light-heavyweight showdown between UFC knockout artist Houston Alexander and veteran of the cage Sherman Pendergarst.

A full list of the live event results are listed below. Be sure to hit refresh often as the fights will be updated as they take place. The main card is scheduled to kick off at 10 pm ET (7 pm PT).

And we are underway! Fights start from the bottom up folks.

Tim Sylvia vs. Jason Riley – Winner: Tim Sylvia via TKO – Round 1

Houston Alexander vs. Sherman Pendergarst – Winner: Houston Alexander via TKO – Round 1

Jeremy Lang vs. Matt Delanoit – Winner: Jeremy Lang via split decision

Alonzo Martinez vs. Ryan Williams – Winner: Alonzo Martinez via unanimous decision

Joe Vedepo vs. Webster Farris – Winner: Joe Vedepo via knockout (punch) – Round 1 (Brutal KO just seconds into the bout. Farris went down like a sack of bricks from a huge right hand and stayed there for a few tense moments before finally regaining consciousness)

Chad Reiner vs. Forrest Petz Winner: Forrest Petz via TKO (punches) – Round 1

Jimmy Seipel vs. Bob Tuttle – Winner: Jimmy Seipel via submission (rear-naked choke)- Round 1

  • MM izzle my Nizzle says:

    Go Tim.
    A winning Sylvia adds so much to the HW picture.

  • Cory Brady says:

    Some quick finishes so far. The Vedepo knockout over Farris was pretty scary for a little bit, but Farris looked alright after a minute or two.

  • sigmund says:

    good card. I think this was the first adrenaline card i’ve watched and i was quite impressed. few good KO’s always good to see but yea like cory said farris was twitchin out and shit he didn’t look too hot for a couple minutes there, good to see him pull through though. houston looked sharp(even though his competition didn’t look like he was much of a challenge definatly not a UFC caliber fighter) . and hopefully tim can keep this ball rollin and work his way back up the HW rankings. all in all it was worth watching.


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