Don gets Frye'd in 60 seconds at Shark Fights 6 'Stars & Stripes'

Legendary Pride FC and UFC brawler Don Frye found himself as the prey instead of "The Predator" when Dave Herman finished him via technical knockout in the main event of Shark Fights 6: "Stars and Stripes" from the Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum in Amarillo, Texas, on Sept. 12.

"Pee Wee" shrugged off a charging Frye to pound the aging pioneer into his first loss under the Shark Fights Banner. Herman meanwhile, who last appeared for Bellator FC back in May, improves to an impressive 15-1.

Also on the card was former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 7 cast member Gerald Harris, picking up his seventh straight win by blasting one-time UFC and WEC veteran Nissen Osterneck less than a minute into the first round.

The victory earned Harris the Shark Fights middleweight title.

Here are the Shark Fights 6 complete results:

Dave Herman def. Don Frye via TKO (strikes) 0:60-R1
Gerald Harris def. Nissen Osterneck via KO (punch) 0:46-R1
Anthony Waldburger def. Pay Healy via decision
Ran Weathers def. Phil Cardella via KO 0:36-R1
Marcus Sursa def. Isaac Villanueva via submission (guillotine choke) 2:06-R1
Brian Humes def. Lance Friedenstein via unanimous decision
Anselmo Martinez via Lorenzo Borgomeo by TKO (did not answer the bell) 5:00-R1
Karen Darabedyan def. Estevan Payan via TKO 1:20-R1
Robert Clayton Hantz def. Tony Castillo via decision

For more on Shark Fights check out our archive here.

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