5150 Combat – New Year’s Revolution live results and play by play

Tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET, 5150 Combat, along with Xtreme Fighting League, presents New Year’s Revolution live from the Spirit Bank Event Center in Tulsa, Okla. The local promotions team-up and fill the void of a slow weekend in MMA with a quality card. The card includes several UFC and WEC veterans as well as ProMMA.info blogger Brian Imes, who has replaced Jason Lambert.

It also includes Anthony Macias, Houston Alexander, Mike Budnik, Rich Clementi, Tim Boetsch, Jeff Monson and Jeremy Horn. Stay close to the site for round-by-round updates.

Quick Results

•Preston Snook def. Justin McCorkle by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 2 (:16)
•Keith Miner def. Robert Jamerson by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (2:32)
•Ken Jackson def. John Kirk by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (1:38)
•Daniel Roberts def. Anthony Macias by submission (strikes) Rd 1 (4:00)
•Shane Howell def. Lewis McKenzie by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (2:44)
•Gary Frazier def. Ray Clayton by TKO (punches) Rd 4 (1:16)
•Tim Boetsch def. Rudy Lindsey by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 2 (1:55)
•Amber Powell def. Tammy Schneider by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (3:24)
•Rich Clementi def. Mike Budnik by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 5 (2:10)
•Jeremy Horn def. Victor Moreno by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 1
•Jeff Monson def. John Brown by split decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
•Joey Beltran def. Houston Alexander TKO (strikes) Rd 2 (3:49)
•Chris Davis def. Brian Imes by TKO (strikes) Rd 1
•Charles Hackman def. Ryan Lopez by submission (arm triangle) Rd 1 (1:29)
•Waylon Lowe def. Chris Barnes by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (1:12)
•Jason Nicholson def. Justin Christie by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (2:47)
•Mike Jackson def. Jason Anderson by submission Rd 1 (2:32)
•Matt Lewis def. Chris Fuller by submission (guillotine) Rd 1 (4:21)

Justin McCorkle vs. Preston Snook

Round 1 – Snook lands a knee from the clinch, shoots in, gets the takedown on McCorkle. Has side control. McCorkle tries to push off the cage but can’t roll him over. He gets to his feet briefly but goes right back down via Snook. Snook now in full guard, he postures up, stands and throws some punches, goes back down into full guard. Snook working the ground and pound from the guard. Snook still in McCorkle’s guard, postures up briefly, lands a nice right hand. 30 seconds left in the round. McCorkle looks for an armbar but Snook stands up. ProMMA.info gives that round to Snook 10-9.

Round 2 – Snook lands a couple of knees from the clinch. McCorkle shoots, gets the takedown, but Snook locked on a guillotine in the process. McCorkle quickly taps out.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Preston Snook def. Justin McCorkle by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 2 (:16)

Robert Jamerson vs. Keith Miner

Round 1 – Miner comes in swinging, gets the clinch. Jamerson gets a takedown. Miner has full guard. Nice elbow from Jamerson from the guard. Miner goes for a triangle, Jamerson rolls but he’s still in danger, now he’s okay momentarily. Miner attacking from the bottom. Elbow by Jamerson, Miner locks in an armbar and Jamerson taps quickly.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Keith Miner def. Robert Jamerson by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (2:32)

Kit Cope along with another guy have come on as commentators now on the live broadcast from GoFightLive. It was kind of cool with no commentary, but oh well.

John Kirk vs. Ken Jackson

Round 1 – Kirk with a head kick but Jackson immediately puts him on his back. Jackson in Kirk’s guard. Kirk lands and elbow from the bottom. Kirk tries to explode out from the bottom but Jackson controls him. Kirk tries it again and Jackson takes his back, with hooks in. Jackson pounds him with some fists, locks in the choke. It’s over. Jackson is fired up after the win, doing back handsprings and hollering out “HIT Squad”.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Ken Jackson def. John Kirk by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (1:38)

Daniel Roberts vs. Anthony Macias

Roberts is undefeated at 8-0 and a BJJ champion. Anthony Macias is 25-10, and a WEC, PRIDE, and UFC veteran. Macias fought Severn at UFC 4.

Round 1 – Nice left hand by Macias. Roberts attacks, clinches, they separate. Roberts shoots, gets the takedown. Roberts in half guard. Macias trying to get back to his feet. Macias locks in a guillotine but Roberts is out, and mounts Macias. Macias almost gets choked out from a head and arm choke. Elbows from the top by Roberts, he explodes with a flurry of punches and Macias taps out from strikes.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Daniel Roberts def. Anthony Macias by submission (strikes) Rd 1 (4:00)

Forrest Griffin walks out as a special guest, and walking with him is a uh… midget. Now the midget is in the center of the cage breakdancing. LOL Holy shit, this is the best entertainment EVER EVER at an MMA show I have ever witnessed in my life. He’s actually really good. Forrest slaps him a five.

Shane Howell vs. Lewis McKenzie

Round 1 – This should be a stand up war. McKenzie fires some leg kicks. Then a side kick. They clinch, McKenzie lands some knees, then swings some wild fast haymakers. Howell fires back, then gets a takedown and is in McKenzie’s guard. Howell scores with an elbow from the guard, he postures up and lands some punches. McKenzie is cut above the right eye from one of those shots. McKenzie goes for an armbar but exposes himself and Howell lands some severe right hands over and over and knocks McKenzie out. Kit Cope complaining he got blood all over himself from the beating. And the other commentator said  blood got in his eyes.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Shane Howell def. Lewis McKenzie by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (2:44)

(HW Title Fight) Gary Frazier vs. Ray Clayton

Round 1 – They both take a few swings then clinch. Frazier gets a takedown, moves to side control then full mount. Clayton scrambles and is back to his feet. Clayton with a kick. Clayton with a big right that barely misses. End of round. (5 x 3 minute rounds). ProMMA.info scores it 10-9 for Frazier due to takedown.

Round 2 – Frazier lands some nice punches to open the round. Clayton fires back. Frazier fires off a combo. Leg kick by Clayton. Frazier gets a takedown but Frazier is right back up. Both guys fire off some shots, Frazier gets a big double leg takedown, scooped him high in the air. Frazier gets full mount, Clayton scrambles as the bell sounds. ProMMA.info scores round 10-9 for Frazier due to the takedown.

Round 3 – Nice leg kick by Frazier after a push kick by Clayton. They clinch, Frazier has double underhooks, lands a knee to the body, then backs up. They clinch up again. Some dirty boxing exchanges. Uneventful round. Commentators give the round to Frazier 10-9. Sounds good.

Round 4 – Frazier points to the sky, they exchange a flurry of shots, he picks Clayton up high in the air slams him, and finishes him off with big punches. That’s it. He is the XFL HW champ.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Gary Frazier def. Ray Clayton by TKO (punches) Rd 4 (1:16)

Frazier actually lost his last fight to Daniel Cormier. But now in his third fight he has a belt. He’s only been fighting a year. Keep an eye on this guy.

(LHW Title Fight) Tim Boetsch vs. Rudy Lindsey

Round 1 – Lindsey comes out swinging. Boetsch with a side kick to the gut that knocks Lindsey down but he gets right up. Leg kick from Lindsey. Lindsey being the aggressor, pushes Boetsch up against the cage, using dirty boxing. Still clinched, Boetsch with the dirty boxing and knees, and double underhooks. Lindsey lands a nice right, then a leg kick. Lindsey’s nose is bloody and he’s breathing with his mouth open. Nice overhand right then a left uppercut scores for Boetsch.

Round 2 – Body kick by Boetsch, then to the clinch. Boetsch has double underhooks, lands a knee, and some  light dirty boxing but not doing much else. And just when I say that Boetsxh locks on a standing guillotine and Lindsey taps quickly.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Tim Boetsch def. Rudy Lindsey by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 2 (1:55)

(Atomweight Title Fight) Amber Powell vs. Tammy Schneider

Round 1 – Amber “The Crazy Bitch” Powell – best nickname ever!  The bitch gets the takedown, has side control. Powell gets full mount and is raining down blows. Schneider gives up her back. Powell has the hooks in, has a body triangle now, looking for the rear-naked choke. Schnieder defending well so far. Powell pounding on her head as they roll, she goes for an armbar, Schneider taps.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Amber Powell def. Tammy Schneider by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (3:24)

Amber Powell was very polite in her post fight interview. She called the interviewer “sir” and was so cute for a “crazy bitch”.

(LW Title Fight) Mike Budnik vs. Rich Clementi

Rround 1 – …missed most of this round – Rich goes for an amrbar has the round ends.

Round 2 – Leg kick by Budnik, he shoots. They scramble and Budnik locks on a guillotine. Clementi stays calm for now, no arm in, Clementi is out and is on top now in side control.  Clementi goes for a north/south choke. Budnik trying to get free. Clementi keeps holding it, finally Budnik is out. Budnik goes for an armbar. Now has Clementi in a head scissors. LOL. He’s really trying to submit him with the head scissors. Finally, Rich is out, takes side control. Clementi goes for a crucifix, now lockso n a triangle. Budnik picks him up as the bell sounds. Great round.

Round 3 – Leg kick by Clementi. Budnik with a body kick. Clementi jumps on Budnik’s back and goes for a choke. Budnik rolls into a kneebar. Clementi refuses to tap, escapes, takes side control once again, now in Budnik’s full guard, then to half guard, then north – south. They scramble. Clementi is back in  Budnik’s guard. Budnik gets a point taken away for an illegal kick to the face while they were on the ground.

Round 4 – Not a ton of action. Mostly on the ground in scrambles. Budnik was going for an armbar as the round ended. Commentators gave the round to Clementi.

Round 5 – Clementi with the takedown and  is going for an arm triangle. Clemnti takes Budnik’s back, locks in a rear naked choke, Budnik taps. This was a real war that went back and forth. Very tough

OFFICIAL RESULT: Rich Clementi def. Mike Budnik by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 5 (2:10)

GoFightLive had officially DIED….

Jeff Monson vs. John Brown

The broadcast for this fight went out. It turned out to be a split decision victory for Monson. Evidently, he got beat up pretty bad, said it was a tough fight, as he has been in jail (I think he said) and missed out on some training.

Houston Alexander vs. Joey Beltran

Round 1 – They introduced Houston Alexander twice. And the announcer did a ripoff of the “Buffer 360”. No touch of hands, Houston didn’t want it. Houston with a leg kick, then a knee from the clinch. Beltran ties Houston up, looking for a takedown. Beltran has a single leg, holding onto it. He lets go of the leg momentarily as Houston pounds his ears, and defends. Ref separates them. Houston swings big. Beltran throws a punch then clinches up looking for the double, he gets it and puts Houston on his back, lands in half guard. Beltran lands some elbows. Beltran in full control of this fight. Houston getting busted up bad from the ground and pound. He’s eating punches and elbows repeatedly. All this beating from half guard. Huge left hands to Houston’s jaw. Beltran’s coach says, “it’s just like heavy bag training” basically saying Houston has nothing. Beltran postures up with big shots, Bell sounds and Houston wobbly getting to his feet. I score it 10-9 for Beltran (could be 10-8).

Round 2 – Houston seems to be fighting just like he fought Kimbo, with leg kicks and moving side to side. Houston’s eye is almost swollen shut. Houston punches but gets caught in the clinch then put back down on his back. Same position as Beltran had in round one. It should be noted  Houston is quite a bit lighter. He came in at 209 and Beltran came in at 225. Beltran’s coach said Houston has no guard and to just sit up and punch. Beltran stands up and starts pounding. Houston pushes him back with his feet momentarily and tries to block his strikes but he’s eating big elbows and punches.Beltran stands up, moves to side control. Houston gives up his back, he turtles up as Beltran swings away. Houston’s face is a bloody mess. That’s it the ref stops it.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Joey Beltran def. Houston Alexander TKO (strikes) Rd 2 (3:49)

Chris Davis vs. Brian Imes

Round 1 – The announcer just called him Brad Imes. What a tard. Left hand scores for Davis with a jab. Brian looking good with his footwork, goes for a flying knee but gets taken down. Davis in half guard, landing some shots, the ref steps in and stops it.

OFFICIAL RESULT: Chris Davis def. Brian Imes by TKO (strikes) Rd 1

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