Bodog Fight Results USA vs. Russia

Bodog USA vs. Russia

The Bodog PPV ends the first season of the reality show. The winners get to take on the Russian Red Devils. Bodog Reality series is a project of Calvin Ayre. Ayre is the founder of Bodog an online gambling site. He is a millionaire and in all the videos he reminds us of that. The funny thing is, in the videos he is always with some smoking hot girls, but he is always on his cell phone. If I was surrounded by those girls, I would not be on the phone. Go check the videos out on Here are the results of this weekends PPV. In recent News Fedor Emelianenko is set to fight on Bodog in March.

USA vs. Russia

Michael Patt def. Martin Malkhasyan, split decision.
Erik Oganov def. Keith Wisniewski , split decision.
Vladimir Zenin def. Nick Agallar , KO the first round.
Nick Thompson def. Ansar Chalangov , rear naked choke of the first round.
Tara Larosa def. Julia Berezekova , armbar in the second round.
Chael Sonnen def. Alexey Oleinik , unanimous decision.
Mario Rinaldi def. Sergey Kaznovsky , unanimous decision.
Trevor Prangley def. Andrei Semenov , unanimous decision.
Team USA defete the Russian Red Devils(6-2)


Eric Pele def. Antonio Silva , referee stoppage (strikes) in the first.
Roger Gracie def. Ron Waterman ,by armbar in the first.
Eddie Alvarez def. Aaron Riley , KO in the first.

Elite Fights (Not on PPV)

Rob Velek def. Tim Smith , referee stoppage (strikes) in the first.
Todd Gouwenberg def. Ron Faircloth , KO in the first.


  1. eleet

    December 5, 2006 at 8:32 am

    I think he's on to something with the cell phone. Have you heard those smoking hot girls talk? If I could I would do the same thing…but I'm not rich.

    Smart guy, no wonder he found a way to becoming a millioniare.

  2. MMA Fan

    December 7, 2006 at 8:08 pm

    60 mins is doing a show on the MMA and International fight league. This will be great for the sport and the fans. It will educate the public on MMA. check out 60 mins site at

    A NEW KIND OF FIGHT – Mixed martial arts, combining styles like boxing, wrestling and jujitsu, was once deemed too vicious for decent society. The sport has now modified its rules and is becoming one of the fastest growing sports in America. Scott Pelley reports. Solly Granatstein is the producer.

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