89.3
TKO (Punches)
4:11
      Fishgold came out throwing wild punches, and he was throwing a ton of combinations in the first round, and he clipped Kattar with some solid shots, but Kattar did a good job staying calm, and he opened a big cut under Fishgold's left eye with a jab. Kattar then rocked and dropped Fishgold late in the round, he jumped on him, unloaded with some big punches, and the fight was stopped. That was a solid debut for Fishgold, while it lasted, but it was an even more impressive finish by Calvin Kattar. I'm really becoming a fan of Calvin Kattar.
89.3
Decision
15:00
      The first round started kind of slowly, but Kattar unloaded with a huge combination of punches a minute or so into the round, which caused Moicano to back up a bit. Moicano landed some hard leg kicks in the last half of the round, but Kattar was still moving forward the entire time, so overall, a somewhat lackluster round of back & forth sparring, I'm scoring that round for Kattar, based mostly on forward movement. It could potentially go either way though depending on how you score Moicano's leg kicks compared to Kattar's big punch combination earlier in the round.
     Moicano started the second round with a slick combination of punches & kicks. Moicano was basically beating the living shit out of Kattar in the second round, blasting him with countless hard leg kicks, and some big punch combinations as well. You could make an argument that the second round was a 10-8 round for Moicano. I scored the first round a draw, so I'm just going to call it 20-18 for Moicano at this point. Kattar needs to get a finish in the final round.
     Moicano continued from where he left on in the second round, as he spent the duration of the third round absolutely destroying Kattar with hard punch & kick combinations, throwing with a lot of power, a lot of speed, and a lot of aggression. I'm not sure what was up with Kattar in this fight, but he just didn't show up tonight. I'm scoring this fight 30-26 for Renato Moicano. All 3 judges agreed, giving Moicano the unanimous decision victory.
90.1
TKO (Punches)
10:32
      The first round had both guys tucking their chins and throwing heavy punch combinations at each other, and they were both landing with a lot of their shots, but Burgos's face was turning significantly more pink as the round progressed. Burgos was moving forward the entire time, so I'd like to give him the round, but Kattar seemed to do more damage, so I don't know who won that round, but I'm scoring it slightly in favor of Kattar.
     The second round was more of the same, with both guys landing some big punch combinations, with Burgos moving forward the entire time, but I thought Burgos dealt significantly more damage in the second round, so I'm giving that round to Burgos, and I have this fight all tied up going into the final round.
     The final round started the same way, with both guys meeting in the middle and trading big punches, but Kattar blasted Burgos with a massive right hand, he rocked him with an uppercut, knocked Burgos down in violent fashion, unloaded with a ton of punches on the ground, and the referee was forced to stop the fight. That was a fantastic finish by Calvin Kattar against a tough opponent, as he breaks Burgos's 10-0 undefeated career so far, by handing him his first loss, and did it in devastating fashion.
88.4
Decision
15:00
      These guys started this fight by trading strikes at a decent pace, with Fili working more combinations, as Kattar looked like he was mostly looking to land a counter of some sort. Whenever Kattar would fire back, he would miss by a few inches, having trouble getting inside the range of Fili. They started to brawl a little bit halfway through the round, with both guys landing some hard punch combinations. Kattar kind of rushed in with 30 seconds left in the round, and Fili destroyed him with some punches & knees, but Fili slipped, so Kattar was able to take him down in the final 10 seconds, and he hit him with a series of hard punches on the ground. I'm scoring that round for Fili, but Katter finished the round strong.
     The second round was a very back & forth striking match, with both guys landing some decent punches & kicks, but it was a pretty close round. Kattar probably landed the better strikes, and he rocked the4 shit out of Fili in the final 10 seconds, so Kattar wins the second round, but this fight is still looking pretty competitive. I have it all tied up going into the final round. Fili picked apart Kattar with some clean punch combinations to start the final round. Kattar continued to exchange with him at a decent pace, but Fili blasted him with a big combination of punches including some uppercuts with around 2 minutes left in the round. In the end, I'm scoring this fight 29-28 for Andre Fili, but I don't feel confident about that scorecard at all. Kattar caught a kick with a minute left in the fight, and took down Fili, so that might have been enough to steal the round for Kattar, but he let Fili stand back up with 30 seconds left in the round, which allowed Fili to work some more combinations before the end of the round. All 3 judges scored the fight 30-27 for Calvin Kattar, which I guess makes sense, but I'm still a LITTLE bit shocked by that.
87.2
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
4:49
      Jones started this fight with a flying knee, a lot of knees from the clinch, they scrambled around in the clinch, and then Kattar shook free 30 seconds into the round. They traded some strikes, and then Jones scored a takedown 90 seconds into the round, landing in half mount. Kattar swept him, Jones sort of took his back, it looked like he was going to go for an armbar, but he locked on a reverse triangle choke instead. It looked like Jones was maybe going for a Peruvian Necktie, but Kattar was able to stand up to escape. Jones was able to bring the fight to the ground again, he took Kattar's back, and he punched him in the head & body repeatedly, until he opened up for the rear-naked choke, which Jones used to finish the fight by submission with 11 seconds remaining in the opening round. That was a fantastic performance by James Jones.