Jens Pulver‘s fall from grace continued over the weekend as he was knocked out in the second round by Timothy Elliot in the main event of the inaugural Resurrection Fight Alliance show in Kearney, Nebraska.

The TKO loss marked the tenth in Pulver’s last fourteen bouts. After losing five straight in the WEC, Pulver was released from the organization. He went 2-2 on the local scene at 145 before dropping to 135 in August. “Lil Evil” seemed to pump new life into his career at bantamweight, finishing veteran Coty Wheeler in the second round, but this latest loss proves to be another set back for the former UFC lightweight champ.

Pulver took to twitter after the bout and apologized to fans, saying, “Sorry to all who support me, I half-assed the training and got wrecked deservedly so.”

With this victory, Elliot has now won seven fights in a row after going winless in his first three professional bouts.