We are about to head over to the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and get you guys ready for live coverage of Ultimate Chaos in Biloxi, MS.
NextMMAFighter will be providing live play by play and fight results beginning at 6pm EST.
NextMMAFighter has just received word that Din Thomas was not cleared by the commission and will not be fighting tonight.
Joey Parker vs. Jim Mclemore
Some punches thrown early, scramble, some ground & pound
Parker is definitely the aggressor in the first round.
McLemore gets takedown, but keeps running into guillotine.
McLemore has a triangle attempt from the bottom. This round is a bit Indecisive, Parker has the round likely.
McLemore, has a nice judo throw (head & arm) Into full guard where Parker reverses, ground & pound
Parker wins by unanimous decision
Trent Billiot vs. Weldon Galle
Galle scores a takedown, after catching body kick about 30 secs in.
Galle takes Billot’s back on ground, sinks both hooks wins the round.
Billot lands some nice strikes, including a huge head kick
Galle scores a takedown, but Billot gets submission from the bottom
Billiot wins by submission (Guillotine Choke) @ :39 of round 2
Greg Maher vs. Rocky Overstreet
Maher begins the round by scoring a takedown and controlling Overstreet on the ground. Maher holds Overstreet down while Overstreet lands a few punches from the guard and locks up a kimura from his back. Maher taps out and the referee stops the fight.
Overstreet wins by submission (Kimura) @ 2:28 of round 1
Eric Graham vs. Drew Wallace
After some clinchwork from both fighters, Graham scores a takedown and mounts Wallace. After a scramble ensues, Graham rains down punches from the top while wallace holds his leg from his back.
The fight goes back to the feet where both fighters throw some bombs that find no home and then they both go to the ground. Once on the ground, both fighters are scrambling and grabbing any extremity possible. The round ends with a real sweet knee to the balls from Wallace.
This round starts out with some jabs and eventually goes to the ground when Wallace scores a takedown. After about a minute goes by, its clear that this is going to be a complete slobberknocker. Both guys at this point throw haymakers with complete disregard until Wallace falls on top of graham and throws a few hamfists that prompts the referee to stop the fight.
Wallace wins by TKO (Strikes) @ 4:02 of round 2
James Orso vs. Danny Abbadi
Fight starts on the feet both fighters trading strikes, Orso scores a takedown and then proceeds to hold Abaddi down for the remainder of the round. He takes turns scoring from the feet and inside Abaddis guard but Orso clearly wins the round.
Abaddi throws some big leg kicks barely missing Orsos head to start the round and then they end up in the clinch, Abaddi delivers some elbows to the side of Orso before he is taken down. Orso works from side control as they roll around for the bit and get stood up by the referee. Abaddi scores a few more times in the standup as the horn sounds giving a slight advantage to abaddi.
The round starts and after some lazy punches are thrown from the top Abaddi cinches up a gullotine and falls to his back. Abaddi tries real hard to lock this up and seems to nearly get the tap but Orso escapes and starts to point from Abaddis guard. We give this round to Orso as well.
Orso wins by unanimous decision
John Harris vs. Brandon Harder
This ones a banger folks, both fighters are throwing caution to the wind and looking to score the homerun. Harder is a bit more cautious and is trying to take down Harris who looks like he is being controlled by a button masher in a street fighter 2 tournament. Harder briefly scores a take down but then its back to the feet where the haymakers continue. The fight eventually goes to the ground where harden finishes strong in almost finishing with a guillotine.
The round starts standing but it eventually goes to the ground and Harris quickly gains mount and holds it for the majority of the round. Harder holds on for dear life from the bottom looking to get stood up but Harris escapes and continues to ground and pound. THis continues until Harder reverses position and is able to mount Harris. Harris is clearly gassed out by this point and succumbs to an arm triangle from Harder while laying on his back.
Harder wins by submission (Arm Triangle) @ 4:31 of round 2
Tom Atencio vs. Randy Hedderick
Well Ill be damned, Tom Atencio can kinda fight. The first round was action packed with HEdderick clearly getting the better of Atencio on the feet and rocking him numerous times. Atencio maintained his composure and was not finished, pushing this fight to the second round.
This fight was a battle on the feet but it was clear that Hedderick was gassing out hardcore. He was smart though to turtle and let Atencio take his back at which time hedderick mounted Atencio but didnt have anything left to finish. They stood back up and finished the round with the advantage to Atencio. While sitting on his stool Hedderick was waved off by the doctor and the fight was called because he was unable to answer the bell.
Atencio wins by TKO @ 5:00 of round 2.
Brett Cooper vs. Waachim Spirit Wolf
The fighters spend most of this round on the feet throwing some punches with nothing landing significantly until Spirit Wolf harnessing the wind and connects with a whammer on the chin of Cooper. Cooper goes down and gets pounded a few more times before the ref stops the fight. Cooper then proceeds to walk around the cage in a daze before he is finally shown to his stool.
Spirit Wolf wins by KO @ 3:48 of round 1
Chris Horodecki vs. William Sriyapai
This fight begins and Horodecki is all over Sriyapai in every aspect of the game. They work on the ground and Horodecki clearly has the advantage in the grappling and wrestling angle. He nearly finishes with an RNC about 3 different times before he finally gets one to hold and ends what wasn’t much of a fight at all.
Horodecki wins by submission (Rear Naked Choke) @ 4:02 of round 1
Javier Vasquez vs. Mark Kergosien
Well there isn’t much to really say about this fight. Kergosien was a late replacement for Din Thomas and was in WAY over his head for his pro debut against a very skilled Javier Vasquez. They stood up for a bit but Vasquez decided he had enough and dropped to his back with a guillotine well locked in ending the fight. He almost looked guilty when he stood up after winning the fight and called out Din Thomas in his post fight speech.
Vasquez wins by submission (guillotine choke) @ :30 of round 1
Colin McKee vs. Lance Thompson
Both guys come out swinging without much control and clearly looking for the KO. They spend most of the time in the clinch but go to the ground where there isnt really anything happening for either fighter.
McKee wins by tapout due to strikes @ 4:16 of round 1
Gilbert Yvel vs. Pedro Rizzo
We didnt expect this fight to last long and it certainly didnt, they spent some time on the feet but Rizzo was able to score a takedown and from there he worked on Yvel on the ground. He made the mistake of letting Yvel get back to his feet and then it was whammer time. Yvel rocked Rizzo on his way down and proceeded to hit him 2 more times knocking him clean out.
Yvel wins by KO @ 2:10 of round 1
Bobby Lashley vs. Bob Sapp
Well this fight lasted a bit on the feet but then Lashley took Sapp down as we all knew he would. Sapp then spent the next 3 minutes trying to fight off Lashley before he eventually succumbed to strikes and tapped out ending the fight.
Lashley wins by submission (Tapout to Strikes) @ 3:17 of Round 1