Mossin “Sylvia vs Pudzianowski” Results

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Tim Sylvia begun his road to relevancy last night against the “The Worlds Strongest Man” Mariusz Pudzianowski at Moosin ‘Gods of Martial Arts’ in Massachusetts. The former UFC heavyweight champion proved two much for the MMA newcomer as Pudzianowski was forced to tap due to strikes in round 2.

Also, former UFC fighter Travis Lutter was knocked out silly after running out of gas late in the first round. Roxanne Modafferi grinded it out against Tara LaRosa to win a very close split decision.


Tim Sylvia defeats Mariusz Pudzianowski via Submission (Strikes) at 1:43 in R2.
Travis Wiuff defeats Josh Barnes via TKO (Strikes) at 0:34 of R1.
Rafael Natal defeats Travis Lutter via KO (Strikes) at 4:12 of R1.
Mike Campbell defeats Yves Edwards via Unanimous Decision. (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Roxanne Modafferi defeats Tara LaRosa via Split Decision. (30-27, 29-28, 28-29)
Lukasz Jurkowski defeats Ho Jin Kim via TKO (Strikes) at 2:22 of R1.
Forrest Petz defeats Ralph Johnson via Unanimous Decision. (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)


  1. big gibby

    May 22, 2010 at 1:27 am

    i dont think the ufc would ever take sylvia back. He would get smashed real quick in todays ufc heavyweight division. Getting a win over this tomato can doesnt do anything to help his chances with ufc.


    May 22, 2010 at 1:43 am

    Agreed. You never see the words "former ufc champ" (exception of mark coleman)followed by anything relevant or inspiring or impressive. And you can always bet they are in some ham and egger league where those words are the only thing impresive about them. Could ANYONE see Tim coming back and challenging anyone in today's HW div.?- Cane, Coleman, Mir, Brock, Congo…? Hell, Spider would send him home crying and bleeding.

  3. BJJ Brown Belt

    May 22, 2010 at 3:05 am

    Tim will never be signed by any major poromotion in the USA. I could see DREAM or Segonku signing him because they are into the freak show fights but he will never be relevant again. This guy may be the world's strongest man but he his martial arts/MMA expereince and training is very limited.

  4. Miko

    May 22, 2010 at 10:36 pm


    Mark Coleman is the last person I would have used considering his Career as of late. His last win was against Mr. "ZERO ground game" Stephan Bonnar and Mark's coach knew everything there was to know about Stephan, making a winning strategy ridiculously easy to come up with… ( Shawn Tompkins is still a fuckhead btw/)

    Matt Serra, Matt Hughes, Randy Couture, Frank Mir, Rashad Evans and plenty of others are still relevant.

    They're all impressive in one way or another :)

    I'd say Serra and Couture are pretty inspiring (at least to me anyway)

  5. CobraClutch

    May 23, 2010 at 12:33 am

    Serra's a great example, Miko. I thought he was pretty much done with the back injury, long lay-off, and destruction at the hands of GSP, but he looked great in his last two fights. He was in a war with Hughes and then KTFO Trigg (yeah, I know it was an old Trigg, but still, he looked great in that fight).

    Hughes' next fight will tell a lot about him.


    May 23, 2010 at 8:31 am

    hughes is a gate keeper at this point i really dont think hes got what it takes to be champ anymore but he can still get some great fight i woudl say hes about at the same point in his career as rich franklin

  7. Rampage

    May 25, 2010 at 3:00 am

    Muscle guy got his ass handed to him son, you know what I'm sayin? He's got himself into the wrong sport, he needs to do that one where the juicers pose in bikini's. Word to yo mama, you know what I'm sayin G ?

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