Score Fighting Series 2 results and recap for 'Doerksen vs Cooper' Oct. 14 in Hamilton

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Score Fighting Series 2: "Doerksen vs. Cooper" took place last night (Oct. 14, 2011) from the Ronald V. Joyce Centre for Performing Arts in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

The seven-fight card featured UFC veteran Joe Doerksen getting his block knocked off by Brett Cooper, who scored a second round technical knockout victory after largely having his way with the 60-fight combat veteran.

"He caught me with some good ones," Cooper told "(I) kept my composure. I knew he would try to take me down sometime in the fight. I thought it would be a little later in the fight ... that's how the cookie crumbles."

Bellator vet William Romero strutted his stuff by overcoming some early adversity to knock out Stephane Bernadel in the very first round.

But that's not all.

Complete Score Fighting Series 2 results after the jump.

Jason Meisel def. Adam Assenza via split decision
Cory Houston def. Denis Puric via submission (triangle) in round 2
Eric Moon def. rory McDonell via unanimous decision
Tristan Johnson def. Lyndon Whitlock via TKO in round 1
Alex Ricci def. Tim Smith via TKO in round 2
William Romero def. Stephane Bernadel via knockout in round 1
Brett Cooper def. Joe Doerksen via TKO in round 1

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