Strikeforce “Houston” Results

Mo Lawal vs Rafael Feijao

MAIN CARD

  • Rafael Feijao defeats “King Mo” Lawal via KO (strikes) at 1:14 of Round 3.
  • Jacare Souza defeats Tim Kennedy via Unanimous Decision. (49-46, 48-47 x2)
  • KJ Noons defeats Jorge Gurgel via KO (strikes) at 0:19 of Round 2.
  • Chad Griggs defeats Bobby Lashley via TKO at the end of Round 2

NON-TELEVISED UNDERCARD

  • Daniel Cormier defeats Jason Riley via Submission (strikes) at 1:02 of Round 1.
  • Andre Galvao defeats Jorge “Macaco” Patino via TKO (strikes) at 2:45 of Round 3.
  • Vinicius “Draculino” Magalhaes defeats Rocky Long via Unanimous Decision. (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Adam Schindler defeats Kier Gooch via Submission (Rear Naked Choke)
  • Reynaldo “The Truth” Trujillo defeats Jose Santibanez via TKO (Strikes)
  • Chad “Robo” Robichaux defeats Humberto DeLeon via Split Decision.
  • Artenas Young defeats Chad Cook via Unanimous decision. (30-27, 298-28, 30-27)

2 Comments

  1. ironcjb82

    August 23, 2010 at 12:53 am

    for tim kennedy to be an army vet, he sure is acting like a whiney bitch. geez just accept your hand slaps werent enough to win

  2. Flying Armbar

    August 23, 2010 at 4:10 am

    Ironcjb82-agreed. I have watched him a few times and I guess more than anything, I respected for serving his country but he sounded like a baby.

    I don't think that it would have a difference but I have never seen a worst officiated match than the KJ Noons vs Gurgel match. First, while I do beleive that the KO after the bell was not illegal because he starting to swing, shouldn't Gurgel been given more time to recover? Maybe it is not in the rule book, but in my opinion, a non-illegal blow after the bell caused him to be out of it and he should have been given a few more minutes, no different than a groin shot. The second mistake happened when the fight was not stopped after Gurgel went down in the second round. Everyone knew that Gurgel was still not OK after the shot he took to end the first round, so how was he going to fight out of going down again. Third mistake was not calling the illegal knee that Noons threw before the fight was stopped. While Noon seemed frustrated, wanted to be a good sport, whatever the case, he has to keep going until the ref tells him to stop and once he stopped, then he starts going and throws an illegal kick? Like I said, I don't see how Gurgel would have beat him but nonetheless, very poor officiating.

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