85.2
Decision (Split)
15:00
      These guys traded a few random sparring strikes, and then Jardine kicked Roberts in the dick with a spinning back kick. When the fight started back up, Roberts clinched and pressed him against the fence. Roberts tripped Jardine, taking him to the ground halfway through the round, and he finished the round on top, landing short punches. Round one goes to Roberts.
     Roberts took down Jardine again, 45 seconds into the second round, and pinned him in the center of the cage. Jardine worked his way back to his feet halfway through the round, so they reset. They exchanged a few strikes, and then Roberts took Jardine down again. Jardine almost swept him, but he gave up his back instead, and Roberts ended another round with back control. I have Roberts ahead 20-18 going into the final round.
     The final round mostly took place standing, with Jardine picking apart Roberts with his boxing. They both landed a few decent shots, but I had Jardine winning that round, until Roberts scored a takedown with a minute left in the round. Roberts passed to full mount, unloaded with some big punches, and stole the round, leading to a 30-27 decision for Roberts in my opinion. One judge gave the fight to Jardine for some reason, but the other two judges agreed with me, giving Roberts the split-decision victory.
89.0
Decision
15:00
      Charlie Brenneman showed some really solid wrestling skills in this fight, and took Roberts to the ground in every round, and pretty much dominated him with his grappling on the ground, and showed some solid striking skills as well. Roberts had him in trouble at a few different moments, with some submission attempts, but ultimately, Brenneman was just too strong on the ground, and Roberts was unable to finish him. I gave the fight to Brenneman, 30-27, and all 3 judges agreed.
89.0
Decision
15:00
      This was a pretty good fight, especially for Attonito. He looked really strong in this fight, and overpowered Roberts in most of the exchanges, he beat him up with some hard punches, he outgrappled him in all 3 rounds. The only thing Roberts really had going for him, was he came out fast in the second round, and got on Attonito's back, looking for the rear-naked choke, but again, by the end of that round, Attonito was kicking his ass again. So yeah, this fight goes to Attonito, 30-27 on my scorecard, and for the most part, the judges agreed.
89.1
Decision
15:00
      This fight was pretty ok, Claude Patrick looked really good, kicking Roberts's ass for most of the fight, showing some great striking skills, and even securing a few takedowns. Roberts wanted the fight on the ground, but he wasn't able to do anything whenever Patrick took him to the ground. So, in the end, I gave all 3 rounds to Claude Patrick, and all 3 judges gave the fight to Patrick, 29-28.
90.3
Submission (Kimura)
3:45
      This was a pretty solid undercard victory. Soto came out strong, and took Roberts to the ground early in the fight, but didn't really do much on the ground. Eventually Roberts was able to take Soto to the ground, and after mounting him, he went for a kimura, pulled guard, flipped Soto onto his ass, and finished the fight with that same kimura. Great submission victory for Roberts (against a guy I'm not really familiar with).
90.9
Submission (Anaconda Choke)
1:13
      Yeah! I love the Anaconda Choke, it's one of my favorite submission moves, so it's always cool seeing it executed to perfection in an MMA fight, and that's exactly what happened here. Roberts locked on a guillotine choke, transitioned into an anaconda choke while still standing, they went down, Roberts slammed Guymon to the ground to get better position on the other side, and Guymon tapped. Excellent submission!
87.5
Decision (Split)
15:00
      This fight was ok. Really close fight by both guys, I gave Roberts the first & third rounds, and Petz the second round. Really though, the first two probably could have gone either way. Ultimately though, neither of these guys is ranked high enough to actually get excited about watching fight at this point, so for me, this ended up being a long-winded 15 minute fight, that I had a little trouble getting excited about.
92.6
KO (Punch)
2:01
      Damn! This fight was pretty awesome. Roberts started out by controlling Howard, and beating him up on the ground for a minute or so, but Howard was able to pick him up & slam him. Roberts tried to show off some Jiu-Jitsu skills, but Howard KNOCKED HIM THE FUCK OUT with a brutal divebomb punch, which bounced the head of Roberts off the mat. Excellent exciting fight!