“MMA Big Show: Onslaught” live results

MMA Big Show - Onslaught
MMA Big Show - Onslaught

“MMA Big Show: Onslaught” is taking place Saturday, Nov. 28, at Belterra Casino in Florence, Ind. Headlining the card is The Ultimate Fighter veteran Junie Allen Browning taking on Taekwondo black belt Scott Cornwell.

Several of the region’s top MMA academies are represented including Daddis, Hamilton TKD, Team Vision, Extreme MMA, Fairfield Gym, and G-Force.

ProMMA.info will be providing live real-time results throughout the night and a play-by-play of the main card.

Quick Results

•Ryan Stamper def. Josh Pratt by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (2:53)
•Nathan Campbell def. Josh Lobenstien by TKO (strikes) Rd 1
•Will Northern def. Mark Tucker by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (2:28)
•Quinton Sampson def. Duprie Moon Jr. by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 2 (2:20)
•Jake Bello def. Dustin Howell by doctor stoppage Rd 1 (0:27)
•Leando “Tiger” Banks def. Tim Riffle by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)
•Chris Potee def. Joe Cox by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (0:48)
•Joe Pegg def. Roger Hahn by TKO (strikes) Rd 2 (1:56 )
•Michael Dabe def. Brian Francisco by submission (arm triangle) Rd 2 (2:02)
•Dustin Center def. Corey Farell by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (1:59)
•Danny Surface draws Derek Gibson by unanimous decision (28-27, 28-29, 28-28)
•Chris Bennett def. Brian Karmolinski by TKO (punches) Rd 1 (0:49)
•Mojo Horne def. Kevin Barkdull by submission (Rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (4:01)
•Junie Browning def. Scott Cornwell by submission (triangle choke) Rd 1 (3:13)

Brian Francisco vs. Michael Dabe

Round 1 – Front kick by Dabe. They exchange shots, Francisco then gets a takedown. Dabe gets up briefly, but Francisco goes for a guillotine. This allows Dabe to get full mount and pound away. Francisco covers up and reverses as the round comes to an end. ProMMA.info scores that round 10-9 for Dabe.

Round 2 – Head kick barely misses for Dabe. Front kick by Dabe. Dabe shoots, pulls guard, and quickly reverses, then Francisco reverses to top position. Dabe immediately reverses back to top position. They scramble and Francisco ends up in Dabe’s full guard, where Dabe quickly locks in an arm triangle from the bottom and Francisco taps out.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Michael Dabe def. Brian Francisco by submission (arm triangle) Rd 2 (2:02)

Corey Farell vs. Dustin Center

Round 1 – Two kicks from Center, then he shoots, goes to side control. Farell has Center’s head locked up, lets it go. Center in side control, grinding his elbow in Farell’s face. Goes for an armbar but not able to get it. Center still in side control, takes Farell’s back and starts raining down shots. Goes for the choke and gets it. Dustin Center made that fight look elementary. His wrestling was too skillful.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Dustin Center def. Corey Farell by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (1:59)

Derek Gibson vs. Danny Surface

Round 1 – Danny Surface is a very stout 205 lbs. and looks to be the much stronger fighter.  Gibson is 10-3. Surface gets his leg kick caught and gets taken down, but gets right up. Surface takes Gibson down and gets mount. Gibson reverses and is in Surface’s guard. Surface locks in an arm triangle from the bottom, Gibson trying to soften him up and does. Surface goes for an armbar but Gibson gets free. Gibson lands some elbows from inside Surface’s guard. Gibson rains down some punches as he postures up. ProMMA.info scores this round 10-9 for Gibson.

Round 2 – Gibson swings, then charges forward for a takedown. Surface goes for a guillotine but lets it go. Gibson sill looking for the takedown and gets it, however, Surface takes Gibson’s back and is landing shots. Referee Roger Bowling takes a point from Surface for repeatedly hitting Gibson in the back of the head. He said he told him three times to stop. Surface is bleeding from his nose. Gibson is given time to recover. They re-start. Gibson goes for the takedown, Surface trying to hold off the takedown. Gibson pressing him against the cage. Surface drops his weight on top of Gibson and puts him on the ground, where he takes his back and lands a slew of punches  before Gibson rolls and the bell sounds. Due to the point deduction ProMMA.info gives that round a draw.

Round 3 – They clinch up, Surface gets the takedown by scooping Gibson’s legs out from under him. Surface landing some big knees to Gibson’s ribs from the side. Surface in Gibson’s open guard, passes to side mount. Surface pours on the heat with a bunch of elbows. Gibson is cut up now. Surface gets full mount. Surface moves back to side mount and gets a school yard choke and pounds away with the other fist. Gibson tries to kick out but can’t get out. Roger Bowling (ref) says after the fight, “I would have stopped the fight but there was nothing on the punches.” ProMMA.info scores that round 10-9 for Surface and a draw for the fight. Whaddaya know – I called it perfect.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Danny Surface draws Derek Gibson (28-27, 28-29, 28-28)

Brian Karmolinski vs. Chris Bennett

–MMA Big Show Amateur Lightweight Title Fight–

Round 1 – Chris Bennett (15-1) is the LW Champ. Karmolinski (12-4) lands the first leg kick, then another. Bennett catches his leg kick and rains down punches on the downed Karmolinski. Brian gets back to his feet and takes a knee to the head. Bennett then drops him with a big right hand and finishes him off with a flurry. Chris Bennett the champ moves to 16-1 as an amateur. Bennett was extremely explosive and fast. — How many fights do you need to win before you go pro? — Bennett says he is only 19 and would like to win 25 before he turns pro. That’s a good number. If you don’t need the money… might as well wait, right?

OFFICIAL RESULT: Chris Bennett def. Brian Karmolinski by TKO (punches) Rd 1 (0:49)

Mojo Horne vs. Kevin Barkdull (pro)

Round 1 – They clinch, fight goes to the ground, Mojo ends up in side mount.  Barkdull gets butterfly guard. Horne trains with Rich Franklin. Horne lands some shots from the top, still in butterfly guard. Horne moves to side mount, then north/south. Horne postures up, starts landing shots from standing position hovering over Barkdull. Barkdull looks for a leg lock, lets it go. Horne gets mount, then takes Barkdull’s back as he gives it up. Goes for the choke and locks in the rear-naked deep and it’s all over.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Mojo Horne def. Kevin Barkdull by submission (Rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (4:01)

Junie Allen Browning vs. Scott Cornwell (pro)

Round 1 – Junie gets a ton of boos as he comes out. He bows to the crowd as he enters. Shawn Tompkins is in his corner. Cornwell (1-0) vs. Browning (3-2) – Browning runs around the cage and slaps his opponent on the butt. A LOT of peoople are rooting for Cornwell in this fight and the applause for him is deafening. And the boos for Junie are just as loud. Junie grabs his crotch for the crowd and makes a face at the camera. Browning seems comfortable as the heel. — Junie drops Cornwell immediately with a right hand then jumps on top of him. Cornwell holding on from the bottom. Junie is in half guard. Junie tries to trap one of Cornwell’s arms, but Cornwell gets it free. Cornwell gives up his back, Browning rolls him over. Junie pulls rubber guard, looking for an gogoplata. Now Cornwell in Junie’s full guard. Junie locks in a triangle, adjusts it. It’s over. Cornwell taps. Cornwell was genuinely very disappointed. Junie’s turn to speak — He thanks everyone from Kentucky. He apologizes for not being “where he should be, in the UFC.” Then Junie says something to the effect of, “I try to come out here and put on a show, if you don’t like it then fuck ya’ll!” – Then Junie says, “LADIES, AFTER THIS I WANT TWO LINES, ONE FOR SUCKING AND ONE FOR FUCKING.” – Afterwards, you could hear one of the announcers say “What a moron.” Then you could hear the lady ring announcer say, “At least he didn’t touch me…”

OFFICIAL RESULT: Junie Browning def. Scott Cornwell by submission (triangle choke) Rd 1 (3:13)

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  • That is AWESOME! I hate to beat a dead horse, but, seriously. He is giving the crowd and readers what they expect and want, cant blame him! It’s his bread and butter and MMA “news” sites continue to cover him, even after his recently documented episode, I find it hilarious. Just like WhoreMachine, give them attention and nothing changes…just more BS…Pffffffffffffft!

  • Andy Riggs

    Sorry to say that Junie didn’t even seem to know where he was. It was a sad sight to see him the way he looked. I hope he gets his life in order and realizes that being a jackass is not a good thing. He is done fighting in the UFC let alone the MMA Big Shows of the world. What a waste of talent.

  • icf

    that was the weakest show ever the only reason why anybody showed up to mma bigshow tonight was cuz of junie ill never go back to another bigshow again an if i ever see any flyers at the stores around here there goin in the trash ICF has way better fighters and longer fights. you dont put some hillbilly in a ring with a pro jason waste of 25 bucks icf dec12th ill be there icfmma.com for a real event pathetic show tonight great crowd way to go junie you brought em in lol

  • ICF, I am not sure what card you watched because I was there sitting cage side and I thought it was a very good night of fights.

    Not sure what you meant by longer fights. Fights end when they end. Not much you can do about that. Jason and the Big Show staff put on a great event that the fighters and the fans alike all seemed to enjoy.

    I spent some time in the casino and the bar afterwards and talking with some of the fans I did not find anyone that hated the event.

    I think it is great you support ICF but to throw away fliers a promoter has paid to put out, fliers that help bring people in to give these young guys some notoriety.

    There is plenty of room for multiple organizations all putting on fights.

    Show some respect and class.

    Also, I never saw a hillbilly in the cage with a pro. I saw pros fighting pros and amateurs fighting amateurs

  • hognuts

    MA, I agree completely. I too was sitting at cage side with my wife. We thouroughly enjoyed our evening and the card.

    We enjoy the Belterra venue and Big Show giving local fighters an opportuniy to display their talents. I think it is a great thing that MMA has caught on and organizations like Big Show have found a niche in bringing rising talent to the public. I for one will support them each time they come to Belterra.

    I am confused, did some of these posters believe they were coming to see Anderson Silva vs Chuck Liddel, or JSP rematch with Matt Hughes? I mean seriously WTF people. If you just want to bitch please find another forum, the card had no quitters, no losers, no crybabies… though it appears there were some in the crowd.

    MMA Big Show – welcome to the tri state, glad you have an ongoing arrangement with Belterra, and I appreciate your efforts to promote the MMA ranks in our area.

  • hognuts

    Yes I know GSP not JSP, it was typo. Guess that makes me lame too.