Forrest Petz defeats Herbert Goodman in Ultimate Cage Battles main event – full results

More than 1,600 mixed martial arts fans braved the cold winter night this past Saturday for “Dan Bobish’s Ultimate Cage Battles: Pride & Glory” which took place at the Ohio Nets Sports Complex in Parma.

“Adrenaline MMA IV” play-by-play commentary and results

Jason Riley (6-1) takes on former UFC heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia (24-6). How will Sylvia bounce back after three losses in a row?

UFC veterans Tim Sylvia and Houston Alexander return to action tonight at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa as part of “Adrenaline MMA IV.” Tim “The Maine-iac” Sylvia (24-6) takes on Jason Riley (6-1) in the main event. This will be Sylvia’s first fight since his KO loss to pro boxer Ray Mercer.

In the co-main event Nebraska’s Houston “The Assassin” Alexander (8-4) takes on UFC vet Sherman “The Tank” Pendergarst (11-14). “Adrenaline MMA IV” airs live on HDNet beginning at 9 p.m. CT and PROMMA.INFO will be providing live play-by-play comnentary .

Quick Results:

  • Forrest Petz def. Chad Reiner by TKO (punches) Rd 1 (2:28)
  • Jimmy Seipel def. Bob Tuttle by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 1 (2:59)
  • Joe Vedepo def. Webster Farris by KO (punch) Rd 1 (0:14)
  • Alonzo Martinez def. Ryan Williams by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Jeremy Lang def. Matt Delanoit by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27)
  • Houston Alexander def. Sherman Pendergarst by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (1:51)
  • Tim Sylvia def. Jason Riley by TKO (strikes) Rd 1 (2:32)

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Tim Sylvia vs. Jason Riley headlines “Adrenaline MMA IV” tonight on HDNet

Tim Sylvia returns to the cage for the first time since his loss to Ray Mercer.
Tim Sylvia returns to the cage for the first time since his loss to Ray Mercer.

HDNet will feature LIVE coverage of “HDNet Fights Presents: Adrenaline MMA IV,” from the Mid-American Center in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Friday, September 18 at 10:00 p.m. ET.

In the main event of the evening former UFC heavyweight Champion Tim “The Maine-iac” Sylvia (24-6, with 16 (T)KOs & 2 SUBs) squares off with rising prospect Jason Riley (6-1 with 3 (T)KOs & 2 SUBs) in the heavyweight division. Sylvia, formerly regarded as one of the best fighters in the world is looking to resurrect his career after some devastating losses.

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PRO MMA hosts live webcast of ICF: Breakout on Saturday, April 11 with bouts featuring Forrest Petz, Dan Christison, & Marcio Cruz

On April 11, 2009 at 7:00PM ET - Click on poster to watch event LIVE

Intimidation Cage Fighting presents ICF: BREAKOUT on April 11, 2009 at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, Ohio. The good news for you is PRO MMA (promma.info), in association with Go Fight Live, will be hosting a live web cast of the event so you can watch all the action right in the comfort of your home.

In the main event, UFC veteran, Forrest Petz (14-6), will be taking on undefeated Victor O’Donnell (7-0). Petz has notable wins over Luigi Fioravanti, Sam Morgan, and “Krazy Horse” Bennett to name a few. Petz is looking to get back on the winning track after losing his last fight to T.J. Grant at TKO 35 last October.

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TKO 35: Quenneville vs. Hioki Results

By: Kelvin Hunt

TKO 35 took place yesterday from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  The results of the card are listed below:

World FW Championship: Thierry Quenneville vs. Hatsu Hioki-Hioki via Triangle Choke Rd. 1
World BW Championship: Noah Thomas vs. Adrian Wooley-Thomas via Guillotine Choke Rd. 1
Heavyweight division: Sebastien Gauthier vs. Steve Bosse-Bosse via TKO Rd. 1
Welterweight division: Forrest Petz vs. TJ Grant-Grant via Arm Triangle Rd. 2
Middleweight division: Jacob Macdonald vs. Sean Pierson-Pierson via Submission(Strikes) Rd. 1
Lightweight division: Jordan Mein vs. Jeff Harrison-Mein via TKO Rd. 1
Lightweight division: Reza Kamali vs. Mike Ricci-Ricci via RNC Rd. 1
Welterweight division: Daylin Logan vs. Steve Alexopoulos-Logan via TKO Rd. 1

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TKO 35 has Canada getting TUF

TKO 35: QUENNEVILLE VS HIOKI features one of the best featherweight fighters in the world and the current TKO World Champion, Hatsu Hioki (15-3-2). He is back to defend his world title against the massively popular local fighter, Thierry Quenneville (12-7-0).  Quenneville has long sought a championship title shot, but some wonder if he has bitten off more than he can chew with Hioki.

The co-main event features Bantamweight Champion, Adrian “The Bully” Wooley (5-0-0), making his first title defense against former Ultimate Fighter reality show cast member, Noah Thomas (11-5-0).  Another incredible fight will feature five-time UFC veteran, Forrest Petz (14-5-0), against one of Canada’s best welterweights, TJ Grant (11-2-0).  Also, recent Ultimate Fighter reality show contestant, Lance Evans (12-2-0), returns to TKO to face Montreal’s own, the very popular Steve Bosse (3-1-0).

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