KO (Spinning Backfist)
      The first round started slowly, but Parisian was throwing a lot of spinning moves, a lot of big kicks, and he was controlling the clinch as well. Parisian threw a spinning back kick to the body, followed that up with a spinning backfist, and Rebello went to the ground, Parisian punched him in the face a few times while pinning him against the fence, and the fight was stopped. That was a solid first round finish by Josh Parisian.
KO (Punches)
      These guys started slow, but Rebello threw a few huge left hands, and Anyanwu tried to find a head kick in the first 90 seconds. The first half of the opening round had almost zero action from either fighter, as Rebello just circled around the outside, and both guys just stared at each other. They both landed a few really hard punches in the first round, but there was an awful lot of dead air going on. I'm calling the first round a draw. As soon as I said that, Anyanwu caught a kick and took Rebello to the ground, so I guess Anyanwu won the first round with that single takedown, even though nothing happened on the ground.
     They were a little more active in the second round, as Rebello rocked Anyanwu 90 seconds into the round, but Anyanwu was still plowing forward, throwing shots. He wasn't landing as accurately as Rebello was, but he definitely had "forward movement" on his side. Anyanwu dropped Rebello with a MASSIVE right hand in the last half of the round, he jumped on him, unloaded with some massive punches, and the referee was forced to stop the fight. That was a fantastic KO victory by Azunna Anyanwu, but the rest of the fight was pretty boring for the most part.
      The first round had them clinching against the cage, Cramer was working for a taekdown, Rebello tripped him, the fight went to the ground, Cramer got on top, beat up Rebello with some ground & pound, resulting in the round being scored for Cramer. Cramer got Rebello to the ground again in the second round, and spent most of the round pounding on him with hard shots. The final round was another round for Cramer, who beat up Rebello on the feet for most of the round, stuffed some takedowns, and won the fight 30-27 on all scorecards.
Decision (Majority)
      Rebello landed some heavy punches & knees, and Bryant showed some slightly better wrestling skills, and by the end of two rounds, two judges gave the fight to Bryant, and the other declared it a draw, for the majority decision victory going to Josh Bryant.