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Bellator 192 takes place TONIGHT (Sat., Jan. 20, 2018) at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., featuring the opening round of the Heavyweight Grand Prix as Chael Sonnen (30-15-1) takes on Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (37-12). In addition, two-time Welterweight champion “The Phenom” Douglas Lima (29-6) will put his title on the line against “The Red King” Rory MacDonald (19-4). And former Lightweight champion Michael Chandler (16-4) returns for his first fight since last June to battle Goiti Yamauchi (22-3), who is currently on a three-fight win streak with three first round submissions. This should be one heck of a show!

Bellator 192 will start at 9 p.m. ET on Paramount Network and CMT, with “Prelims” undercard matches streaming online beginning at 7 p.m. ET right here. Meanwhile, MMAmania.com will deliver results and play-by-play for the entirety of the Bellator 192 card below.

Many readers check in before, during and after the fights to share their thoughts on all of the action. Feel free to leave a comment (or 192) about the bouts and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show -- it's always a lot of fun!

BELLATOR 192 QUICK RESULTS:

Quinton Jackson vs. Chael SonnenSonnen UD 29-28 X3.
Douglas Lima vs. Rory MacDonaldMacDonald UD 48-47, 49-45, 49-46.
Michael Chandler vs. Goiti YamauchiChandler UD 30-26 X2, 30-25.
Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Henry CorralesCorrales UD 30-27, 29-28 X2.
Aaron Pico vs. Shane KruchtenPico KO 0:37 R1.
Joey Davis vs. Ian ButlerDavis via KO 0:39 R1.
Khonry Gracie vs. Devon BrockBrock UD 30-27, 29-28 X2.
Christopher Padilla vs. Gabriel GreenGreen via RNC sub.
Cooper Gibson vs. Andrew LazoGibson via sub R1.
Noah Tillis vs. Jalin TurnerTurner TKO R1.
Haim Gozali vs. Jose CamposCampos UD 30-27 X3.
Johnny Cisneros vs. Marlen MageeCisneros via sub (RNC) 2:28 R3.
Kyle Estrada vs. David DuranEstrada UD 29-28 X3.
Chad George vs. James BarnesGeorge TKO R2.
Ivan Castillo vs. Guilherme VasconcelosVasconcelos via sub (arm triangle) 4:12 R1.
Roosevelt Roberts vs. Tommy AaronRoberts TKO R1.
Mike Segura vs. Arthur EstrazulasEstrazulas via sub (RNC) R2.
Jean-Paul Le-Bosnoyani vs. Isaiah CulpepperLe-Bosnoyani via sub (armbar) 2:11 R3.

BELLATOR 192 PLAY-BY-PLAY:

Quinton Jackson vs. Chael Sonnen

Jackson comes in 37-12, having won five of his last six fights, and he’s 6’1” with a weight of 253 pounds for this fight. He has a 73” reach and he fights out of Irvine, California. Sonnen comes in 30-15-1, he’s 6’1” as well, and for this fight he weighs in at 22 pounds. Sonnen has on the blue gloves and blue trunks for this fight. Jackson has red gloves and black trunks tonight. Our referee for the first round of the Heavyweight Grand Prix is Blake Grice.

Round 1: Sonnen runs to the center and Jackson steps backward avoiding the overhand left. Jackson is keeping his stance low and his chin tucked, firing off the left jab. Sonnen grazes the chin with a left and so does his foe. An overhand left lands square for Sonnen at 1:16. Jackson lands a hard jab. Sonnen fires a kick. Sonnen and Jackson clinch at 2:08 but Jackson throws him to the ground and then begs Sonnen to get right back up. Sonnen tries a flying knee. Sonnen finds the chin with the overhand left again. Body kick by Sonnen. Big right hand by Jackson. Jackson misses with an uppercut. Sonnen with a 1-2 combo. Jackson fires right back at the 4 minute mark. Sonnen gets a takedown and gets Jackson’s back at 4:19. He can’t get the rear naked choke but he goes for a guillotine to keep Jackson from getting back up before the bell. 10-9 Sonnen.

Round 2: Sonnen shoots in 11 seconds into the frame and they are clinched against the fence with Sonnen throwing knees and stomping on the feet. Jackson throws right hands to the body and head with his back on the cage, making it hard to generate any power but reminding Sonnen that he’s still there. Grice looks on and calls for more work at 1:20 and Sonnen responds with an inside leg trip takedown to get on top in full guard. Sonnen is doing his best to posture up and throw rights but it’s exceedingly hard to out-muscle Jackson. Sonnen gets to half guard as we pass the halfway point and Grice has to ignore the boos of the crowd and make his own call. It’s good that he did because Sonnen is trying to secure a kimura. Jackson eventually fights out of it at 3:50 but all he’s been able to do in this position is elbow Sonnen’s right thigh. 10-9 Sonnen.

Round 3: Grice warns both men to stay busy at 39 seconds as Jackson has Sonnen pushed up against the cage, but Sonnen has the underhooks for a potential takedown. Jackson also gets a warning not to grab the shorts. Jackson turns Sonnen’s back to the fence and opens up to throw some shots to the body. Sonnen tries to grab a clinch to throw a knee or block the damage to the midsection. Grice calls for work at 2:09 and resets them nine seconds later. Jackson throws a left hook, Sonnen shoots but can’t complete it, and Jackson is chasing him looking to land a home run. Jackson drops his hands and begs Sonnen to come at him, then points to an invisible square on the mat as if to say “right here.” Sonnen doesn’t take the bait. Jackson initiates a clinch and fires knees. Sonnen takes him down with the inside trip at 3:58. Jackson is going to lose the decision and Sonnen is going to advance to the second round. They are stood up with 10 seconds left and Jackson gives chase but it makes no difference. The judges will make it official shortly.

Final result: The judges scored it 29-28 X3 all for Chael Sonnen by unanimous decision.


Douglas Lima vs. Rory MacDonald

The champion Lima is 29-6 fighting out of Atlanta, Georgia while the challenger Rory MacDonald is 19-4 fighting out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. MacDonald has on blue gloves and black trunks tonight, while Lima has on red gloves and gray trunks. Tale of the tape: 30 to 28, 6’1” to 6’0”, 71” to 76” reach from Lima to MacDonald. Our referee in charge is Jason Herzog.

Round 1: MacDonald rushes forward at the opening bell and is headhunting with his left hand. He throws a right head kick that’s blocked. Lima may have his back to the fence but he seems calm and unconcerned. Both men trade leg kicks. MacDonald tries to get a single leg but ends up in a clinch with Lima instead. Herzog looks in to make sure neither man is grabbing the shorts. MacDonald looks for a leg trip but it’s locking his arms around the waist and muscling Lima to the ground that finally does the trick. Lima closes the guard to keep MacDonald from doing damage but it also keeps him from doing anything offensive. MacDonald finally sneaks a right hand in. Herzog stands them up with 12 seconds left. 10-9 MacDonald.

Round 2: Lima is trying to hold the center to open R2 but MacDonald catches a leg at 48 seconds and pushes him backward, but not before he ate many shots to the face in the process. Lima and MacDonald spin around in the clinch against the cage. Herzog warns them about knees to the groin. He breaks the stalemate at 2:33 and restarts them at the center. MacDonald throws out a few jabs. Lima smells a spinning backfist and covers up but MacDonald doesn’t throw it. Leg kick for Lima. MacDonald kicks the cup accidentally and Herzog calls time. Lima’s ready to resume quickly and MacDonald immediately goes for a takedown. He doesn’t get it until he gets Lima’s back at 4:36, but Lima is only on his knees for a second. Very close round but for what it’s worth McCarthy thinks MacDonald took it.

Round 3: Lima sprawled to block a takedown in the first 30 seconds of R3. They end up tied up against the fence and Herzog is eventually going to tire of it. The crowd is already tired of it and booing at 90 seconds. They break at 1:52. MacDonald finally gets another takedown at the two minute mark and Lima closes his guard again. They’re stood up at 3:12. Lima throws a very hard right kick and MacDonald clearly feels it on his left leg. Lima is pressing forward now and MacDonald is the one circling on the outside. MacDonald gets his leg kicked out from under him and Lima is on top for the last 40 seconds. 10-9 Lima.

Round 4: Douglas Lima stuffs a takedown attempt early and ends up on top of MacDonald in the first ten seconds. The camera gives up close-ups of the welts and bruising on MacDonald’s left leg as Lima inches his way up into full mount, but MacDonald avoids the posture up to ground and pound by getting him back to half guard. MacDonald sits up at 2:10 but Lima pushes him back down. They both get up and Lima pushes MacDonald to the cage, MacDonald reverses him, and Lima reverses him back to throw a leg kick -- MacDonald gets the takedown after it lands. MacDonald is trying to posture up to throw elbows and hands. Lima is tying him up and not giving him much of a chance to do so. This round is even closer than the second but I’d edge it to Lima.

Round 5: MacDonald is trying really hard to get a takedown and he has it at 24 seconds. He’s on top in half guard for a little bit but Lima pushes him back to full guard. Lima looks backward but the fence is too far away for him to wall walk or push off with his feet. MacDonald smacks him with a big right elbow and Lima’s bleeding off the blow. Two minutes remain. MacDonald’s hips are a big key to his success here — he’s keeping his balance on top and not letting Lima roll, shake, get a position for a submission, or escape. MacDonald continues to metriculate damage as the final minute ticks away. It’s the most dominant round of the fight for MacDonald and if he wins the title this will be the reason why. We are going to the judges.

Final result: The judges return scores of 48-47, 49-45 and 49-46 all for Rory MacDonald.


Michael Chandler vs. Goiti Yamauchi

Yamauchi has blue gloves and red trunks on for tonight’s fight. He’s 22-3 overall with three straight wins. Chandler has on the red gloves and green trunks, and this is his first fight back since losing the title to Brent Primus last June. He’s 16-4 overall. On the tale of the tape it’s 31 to 25, 5’8” to 5’10” and 69” to 74” reach from Chandler to Yamauchi. Yamauchi hails from Curitiba, Brazil and Chandler fights out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Blake Grice is our referee.

Round 1: A tap of gloves starts us off. Grice quickly warns both men to watch the outstretched fingers. Chandler is trying to find the range with his left hand. Yamauchi responds with leg kicks as he circles on the outside. Chandler throws a body shot and a body kick then throws Yamauchi to the ground and kicks his legs. Chandler finally gets on top in half guard at 1:17. Chandler is warned about shots to the back of the head. Chandler drills the body with rights and lands a left elbow to the head whenever he can free the arm up. 2:30 gone. Yamauchi is inching his way backward toward the fence trying to get back up. Chandler senses it and gets on his knees to unload with a left elbow. More rights to the body and head. Yamauchi is trying to throw his legs up around Chandler’s back. Grice is reminding Chandler to stay busy and Yamauchi to keep his toes from linking into the fence. 10-9 round for Chandler.

Round 2: Chandler takes a right kick to the chin in the first minute of R2 and is momentarily wobbled. Yamauchi keeps trying to do it again and lands a solid left hand as the first minute expires. Chandler charges in for a takedown at 1:40 and gets it, winding up on top in full guard. Grice gives Chandler another warning to watch the back of the head. Yamauchi tries to spin and buck Chandler off but doesn’t succeed. Grice calls for work at 2:30 as Chandler throws right hands. Yamauchi tries to turn and posture on his hands at 2:52 but Chandler pushes him back down and delivers elbows. You can see the redness and welts all across Yamauchi’s forehead and some blood pooling on the canvas by his right ear. Yamauchi tries to spin for an armbar but wound up eating more right hands to the face followed by right elbows. Chandler survived the early danger and won the round back. 10-9 Chandler.

Round 3: A tap of gloves starts our third and final round. Chandler unloads a right hand and Yamauchi dives for a takedown that misses. Chandler throws a kick to the body to follow up. Body shot by Chandler. Left jab by Chandler puts a finger in Yamauchi’s right eye and Grice calls time. After the restart Chandler goes to tap gloves and Yamauchi throws a kick, bringing a smiler to Chandler’s face. He comes forward throwing leather and puts Yamauchi on his back at 2:55 and that may just ice the fight. Chandler continues to punish him with right hands even as Grice calls for more work at 3:23. The left elbows are really busting Yamauchi up. The left hands are landing so hard and fast that Grice may want to stop the fight. Yamauchi is still trying to trap Chandler in an armbar even as he eats the punishment. Chandler drops hammerfists and right hooks. Yamauchi’s entire face is a mess. Chandler goes completely gorilla for the last 10 seconds but Yamauchi survives, and “Iron” Mike does a back flip to celebrate. 10-8 Chandler.

Final result: Michael Chandler wins via unanimous decision 30-26 X2 and 30-25.


Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Henry Corrales

27-7 vs. 14-3 from Karakhanyan to Corrales. 32 to 31, 5’8” each, 67” to 69” reach respectively. Corrales has the blue gloves and trunks. Karakhanyan has the red gloves and red trunks. Corrales fights out of La Mirada, California. Karakhanyan fights out of Riverside, California. Our referee is Jason Herzog.

Round 1: A hard glove tap gets things underway before Corrales wings out a big right hand. Karakhanyan answers in kind at 24 seconds and tries a flying knee. Karakhanyan backs up then shoots and presses Corrales into the fence looking for a single leg. It’s not there and he lets it go at 56 seconds. Karakhanyan backs Corrales up with a jab then lands a leg kick. Corrales wings a right and Karakhanyan returns in kind. Karakhanyan shifts back and forth on the outer circle of the cage then steps forward to swing. Low kick by Corrales. Karakhanyan throws a right and grazes Corrales’ head with a left kick. Jump knee and overhand right by Karakhanyan both miss. Each man trades hard leg kicks. Both men stand and swing and the crowd approves. Karakhanyan tries to drop levels but Corrales stuffs it. 90 seconds left in R1. Hard left lands for Karakhanyan. He tries to drop again and Corrales is unfazed. Corrales connects with a combo and a hard shot to the body and throws a right so hard at the end of R1 he over-rotates and falls down. 10-9 Corrales.

Round 2: Corrales is continuing to push the pace for the first 30 seconds of R2. Karakhanyan shoots for a single then a double in response and Corrales widens his stance to block it then spins Karakhanyan around. Corrales looks for a leg trip so Karakhanyan responds by pulling guard for a guillotine, but Corrales pops his head free and is on top in guard. Corrales turns Karakhanyan’s back away from the fence but isn’t able to posture up and do much damage. He steps over to half guard trying to change that and Karakhanyan puts him right back in full guard. Karakhanyan tries to put his legs around the head for a triangle but Corrales smells it coming and avoids it. He stands up and backs off at 3:38 then presses Karakhanyan to fence as he stands. They break at 4:15 and move back toward the center. Karakhanyan tries a front kick but eats some uppercuts in response, then misses with some sort of flying kick to end the round. 10-9 Corrales.

Round 3: Karakhanyan shoots again at 47 seconds and Corrales ends up right back on top in full guard. Sensing potential submission danger he backs out at 1:23 and Karakhanyan lays on his back trying to bait him in. Corrales taps a glove with a hand as if to say “hey bro get up already.” He eventually does. Corrales touches Karakhanyan with kicks, rights, and lefts, but he’s wincing as he throws the right hand so there might be a problem there. Karakhanyan shoots again and it looked like he’d get the take down but the fence kept Corrales on his feet. Karakhanyan gets the left leg high in the air but Corrales keeps his balance. Karakhanyan fires knee to knee as Corrales widens his stance but it doesn’t break. He drops levels again and gets Corrales down to a knee but there are only 20 seconds left. He tries to take the back as Corrales stands back up but can’t do it. They swing wild at the bell and we go to the judges. Corrales 10-9.

Final result: 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28 all for Henry Corrales by unanimous decision.


Aaron Pico vs. Shane Kruchten

1-1 vs. 12-3, 21 vs. 33, 5’8 vs. 6’1” and 70.5” to 74” reach from Pico to Kruchten. “The War Rhino” Shane Kruchten is in the black trunks and blue gloves tonight. Aaron Pico runs down to the cage wearing black trunks with red trim and red gloves, eager to get into the cage and get going. Kruchten fights out of San Diego, California. Pico fights out of Whittier, California. Mike Beltran is our referee for this fight.

Round 1: Pico has knocked Kruchten down with a body shot 21 seconds into the round and Beltran stands him back up. Pico throws a second one 15 seconds later, Kruchten doubles over in pain and stops defending himself, and IT IS ALL OVER. The left hooks to the body were DEVASTATING. Pico starts breakdancing to celebrate.

Final result: Aaron Pico wins by knockout at 0:37 in the first round.


Joey Davis vs. Ian Butler

Davis is 2-0, Butler is 3-3, they are 24 and 28 respectively. 5’11” vs. 5’10” and a 74” vs. a 73” reach. Butler fights out of San Diego, California in the black trunks and blue gloves. Davis fights out of Compton, California in the red trunks and red gloves. Our referee in charge is Blake Grice.

Round 1: Butler charges forward aggressively and lands a right hand early. Davis tries to grab the clinch for a knee. Butler keeps pawing with the left hand but Davis hits a spinning right back kick to the body (possibly the liver), Butler crumples immediately, and Davis can barely throw one right hand on the ground before Grice dives in for the save.

Final result: Joey Davis wins via knockout at 0:39 of the first round.


Khonry Gracie vs. Devon Brock

Gracie is 20 in the red gloves and white trunks. Brock is 22 in the blue gloves and black trunks. 6’0” to 5’9”, 169 to 166 and 76.5” reach to 76” reach respectively from Gracie to Brock. Brock fights out of Los Angeles, California. Gracie fights out of Torrance, California. Our referee in charge is Mike Beltran.

Round 1: A tap of gloves opens the round. Brock follows Gracie around the cage, and Gracie fires off a right kick. Gracie continues to back up with his hands up as Beltran’s mustache sways in the breeze of The Forum’s AC. Brock misses with a right kick of his own. Gracie throws a couple of jabs. Brock keeps moving forward, Gracie keeps moving backward, and a couple of light boos sail down from the rafters. Two minutes into the fight we haven’t seen much fighting. Brock connects with a left hand. Gracie with a left leg kick and a right kick to the body. Brock is trying to cut the angle and get Gracie against the fence. Gracie responds by clinching with Brock and pushing him into the cage. He drops levels trying to get to the legs. Brock gets a warning for grabbing the shorts. Gracie goes for a double and Brock falls forward on top of him. 90 seconds left. Brock is so concerned about being submitted he’s doing virtually nothing on top. Gracie is working his way toward a triangle choke regardless. Brock’s thick right shoulder blocked Gracie before he could cinch it up. Brock gets up throwing hammer fists and rights on top to end R1. 10-9 Brock.

Round 2: Gracie keeps his left hand extended to open R2 like he was looking for a glove tap, but Brock doesn’t seem interested. Brock pushes forward and connects with a kick. Gracie connects with a right kick then shifts away as Brock tries to close. Gracie keeps pawing with the left hand, drawing comparisons to his father Royce from John McCarthy on commentary. Gracie misses with a right kick. Brock lands with both legs. Brock lands a jab flush. A very light Gracie chant breaks out followed by one fan loudly yelling “BORING!!” I could use a cup of coffee right now myself. Brock continues to pressure and land kicks. Gracie continues to back up. Gracie tries to clinch when Brock throws a flurry but can’t hang on. Gracie misses with an uppercut. Another “BORING” with ten seconds left. Brock gets a takedown at 4:59 to ice a 10-9 round.

Round 3: Kicks from both men to open the final round. They dance around for a minute, doing little. The crowd voices their displeasure with the inaction. Gracie shoots for a takedown but can’t get it and lets go at 1:31. Beltran calls for action at 2:16. Brock responds with rights and lefts. Gracie tries to shoot multiple times and is met with punches each time. Mercifully only two minutes remain. Beltran calls for them to fight at 3:52. Gracie throws a kick. Brock steps forward. Gracie connects with a kick and backs away. Gracie shoots and misses. Brock tries to chase him down and gets a takedown right at the bell. The judges will decide this now.

Final result: The judges score it 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28 for Devon Brock by unanimous decision.


Christopher Padilla vs. Gabriel Green

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Green wins via rear naked choke submission (round not available).


Cooper Gibson vs. Andrew Lazo

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Gibson via first round submission (method not available).


Noah Tillis vs. Jalin Turner

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Turner wins by technical knockout in the first round.


Haim Gozali vs. Jose Campos

Gozali is 8-4 in the black trunks and red gloves, fighting out of Bat Yam, Israel. Campos is 2-0 in the blue gloves and white trunks fighting out of San Diego, California. Our referee in charge of this fight is Jason Herzog.

Round 1: A tap of the gloves gets us underway before Campos starts throwing leg kicks. Gozali backs him up toward the fence but Campos throws a right and trips Gozali to the ground, then does it again seconds later. Gozali throws a left head kick. Gozali pins Campos against the fence but the takedown attempt puts Campos on top. Campos is stood up at 1:53 to check a cut from an accidental headbutt. The fight is allowed to continue and blood continues to leak from around his left eye. Gozali pushes forward with a left jab and right hook while Campos catches a kick and trips Gozali to the ground before scrambling away. Campos ends up on top again after another takedown attempt by Gozali but Campos pulls away at 3:42. Campos is now the one trying to pressure Gozali into the fence. Gozali drops his hands and dares him to do it. Campos throws out a front kick. Campos tries to throw a flurry to end the round but the strikes of Gozali give him pause. 10-9 Campos.

Round 2: Campos comes forward to start R2 with leg kicks. Gozali flops to his back trying to bait Campos to jump on top and Herzog stands him back up. Campos lands a right kick to the head and a hard kick to the right knee. Gozali is dropping his hands and not protecting his head. Campos throws Gozali to the ground. Gozali tries to sneak in a spinning backfist but Campos saw it coming. Campos is catching the right kick repeatedly and punishes Gozali with a body shot that drops him. He lets Gozali stand back up, but Gozali seems wobbly and worried. More leg kicks by Campos. Gozali is throwing one strike at a time. Jump knee, left hand, right by Campos. Another right to the body. Hard kick to the left leg and the body from Campos. 90 seconds left in R2. Campos tries a spinning strike of his own but it didn’t land. Gozali is dropped again with a right and this time Campos stays on top throwing hammers. Gozali tries to tie him up with the legs so Campos escapes and backs away. Gozali gets up slowly not looking at Campos and nearly gets creamed. 10-8 Campos.

Round 3: Campos and Gozali square off at the center for our third and final round. Gozali walks forward and Campos bounces laterally around him on his feet. Campos continues to throw leg kicks. Gozali flops to the ground again and Campos spins out and away at 1:22. 1-2 combo lands for Campos as Gozali is backing up. Campos shakes Gozali with an uppercut. Gozali can barely raise his arms. More leg kicks. Left hand flush. Right jab, left hook, right to the body, left leg kicks. Campos is mixing it up and staying at the right distance to do damage. Two minutes remain. Gozali is visibly sucking wind. Every time he throws a left he takes a deep breath. Campos is in cruise control. It’s like he fought the last two rounds with a punching bag. Gozali offers no resistance as Campos continues to pressure in the waning seconds. This should be a blowout for Campos on all three scorecards.

Final result: All three judges score it 30-27 for Jose Campos by unanimous decision.


Johnny Cisneros vs. Marlen Magee

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Johnny Cisneros wins via submission (rear naked choke) at 2:28 of the third round.


Kyle Estrada vs. David Duran

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Estrada wins via unanimous decision (29-28 X3).


Chad George vs. James Barnes

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: George wins via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) at 5:00 of the second round.


Ivan Castillo vs. Guilherme Vasconcelos

9-4 vs. 15-8 from Vasconcelos to Castillo, in the red and blue gloves respectively. Castillo fights out of Ensenada, Mexico in the black trunks. Vasconcelos fights out of Hollywood, California sporting black and gold trunks. Our referee in charge is Frank Trigg.

Round 1: Vasconcelos is pressuring early and using hard leg kicks, throwing power with his left hand. Castillo tries to answer in kind and wings out a right hook that hits air. Vasconcelos gets a BOM-BA chant from the crowd. Castillo wraps an arm around Castillo’s neck and trips him to the ground, taking his back against the fence and looking to get the hooks in. Castillo stands at 2:01 before he can. Vasconcelos throws him down again and gets on top in full guard, moving quickly to half and throwing right hands at Castillo’s head. Knee to the body by Vasconcelos. Vasconcelos is clearly punishing Castillo and he winces as each shot lands. “Bomba” nearly had full mount but instead jumped to the other side for an arm triangle choke. Castillo is fighting for all he’s worth but finally has to tap out at 4:12.

Final result: Guilherme Vasconcelos wins via submission (arm triangle) at 4:12 of round one.


Roosevelt Roberts vs. Tommy Aaron

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Roberts wins via technical knockout in the first round.


Mike Segura vs. Arthur Estrazulas

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Estrazaulas wins via submission (RNC) in the second round.


Jean-Paul Le-Bosnoyani vs. Isaiah Culpepper

Round 1: Unaired before Paramount Network.

Final result: Le-Bosnoyani wins via submission (armbar) at 2:11 of the third round.