89.8
Decision
15:00
      Turner clipped Frevola with a knee, and then Frevola threw him to the ground and landed in side control. He quickly took his back, and started digging for a rear-naked choke. He threw some big punches as Turner scrambled around, and then Turner scrambled back to his feet 2 minutes into the round. Turner rocked Frevola with a big right hand, and Frevola immediately started shooting for takedowns again. Frevola threw some leg kicks, and Turner countered with some big punches, and then Frevola took him down with 2 minutes left in the round, and found himself back in side control, Turner quickly swept him, Frevola slapped on a guillotine choke, and turned it into a mounted guillotine. Turner somehow popped his head free, swept Frevola, and stood back up with a minute left. They both threw some big punches to finish the round. Frevola looked like he was going to win the round with his wrestling, but Turner landed some huge shots, so I'm not sure who won.
     The second round was more of the same, with Frevola shooting for takedowns, while Turner picked him apart with his striking. Turner's takedown defense looks really strong tonight. He almost caught Frevola in a guillotine choke at one point, but Frevola eventually wrestled his way out of it, and ended up back on top. As soon as I was ready to give the round to Frevola, Turner swept him, threw some big punches, Frevola threw an illegal upkick, and the referee said "Meh, no big deal." So he didn't take a point or anything. I really have no idea who is winning this fight going into the final round. I hope it's all tied up, but Frevola is probably ahead 20-18.
     Turner threw some big strikes, and then Frevola took him down 2 minutes into the final round, Turner almost caught him in a triangle choke, but Frevola quickly passed to side control. Turner eventually stood back up, and landed some big strikes, but Frevola was able to use his wrestling to do enough to win that round, and probably the other two rounds as well, leading to the hard fought unanimous decision victory for Matt Frevola.
89.9
Draw (Majority)
15:00
      Frevola landed some big strikes to start this fight, mostly single shots, and then Vannata blasted him with a head kick that nearly killed Frevola, Vannata followed it up with some big punches, knocked the mouthpiece out of Frevola's mouth, and then the referee paused the fight to put the mouthpiece back in. They continued to trade strikes at a solid pace, with Frevola winning most of the exchanges, he rocked Vannata a few times, Vannata tried to take him down late in the round, Frevola turned that into a mounted guillotine choke, Vannata pulled his head free, and was able to hang on until the bell. Round one goes to Frevola.
     Vannata came out throwing some crazy kicks, and big combinations in the second round, Frevola was getting fucked up, he was nearly put down multiple times, and then he shot for a takedown to try to buy himself some time to recover, but Vannata did a good job stuffing the shot. Vannata continued to chip away at Frevola for the duration of the round, while stuffing a few more takedown attempts from Frevola. Frevola finished the round with a takedown, and got caught in a guillotine choke, but was saved by the bell. Round two clearly goes to Vannata, and this fight should be all tied up going into the final round.
     They both landed a few solid shots in the final round, Vannata caught a kick, and tried to turn it into a takedown, but Frevola bounced around on one foot, while punching Vannata in the face. Vannata eventually scored the takedown, but Frevola popped back up almost immediately. Vannata spent the entire round moving forward, the striking exchanges were close, Frevola sort of scored a takedown, but Vannata immediately rolled out of it and stood back up. The third round was pretty close, the second round was arguably a 10-8 round, Vannata dropped Frevola in the first round but ultimately lost the round. I'm expecting Frevola to win this fight, 29-28, but I think Vannata deserves to win, based on aggression, and effort to finish the fight. One judge gave the 29-28 decision to Frevola, and the other two declared it a draw, for the majority draw. I'm giving the victory points to Vannata, because we don't do draws here, but... Yeah, that fight was awfully close, and I'll be interested to see if they setup a rematch or not.
91.3
KO (Punches)
1:00
      Frevola came out looking aggressive, he pressured Reyes for a few seconds, and then Reyes just unloaded on him with some BRUTAL punch combinations, rocking the shit out of Frevola, he knocked his mouthpiece out, continued to pound on him, the referee gave Frevola his mouthpiece back, and then Reyes knocked him the fuck out. That was a fantastic first round finish by Marco Polo Reyes. I'm a big fan of this guy.
89.9
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
8:32
      These guys both threw a few fast strikes to start the first round, and then Frevola dropped Flores with the first massive right hook that he threw, and then he jumped on him, pressing him against the fence. Flores sort of recovered, and worked his way back to his feet. Frevola continued to throw bombs, and he continued to connect, as Flores had his chin high up in the air. Frevola continued to beat up Flores for the duration of the round, he even took his back, and beat him up from back control at the end of the round. Round one clearly goes to Matt Frevola, but I'm shocked that he wasn't able to finish Flores when he dropped him in the first 30 seconds.
      Frevola threw some big strikes to start the second round, and then he shot for a takedown, Flores caught him in a guillotine choke, Frevola pulled his head free, and then Flores swept him and they stood back up 30 seconds later. They continued to trade some wild strikes, they hit the ground again, Flores slapped on an armbar, I THOUGHT Frevola tapped out, but he ended up spinning out of it, and then he slapped on an Anaconda choke, spun around into back control, and then slapped on a rear-naked choke with 2 minutes left in the second round. Frevola then transitioned to an arm-triangle choke, hopped over into side control, and finished the fight by submission. That was a fantastic performance by Matt Frevola, and I'm sure he'll be getting a contract tonight.
86.6
Decision
15:00
      Frevola rushed forward throwing some big winging punches & kicks to start the first round. Manfio tried to trade with him, but for the most part, I thought Frevola was landing the better strikes, so I scored the first round for Frevola. Frevola rocked Manfio with some punches early in the second round, and chased him around the cage for a few seconds, but didn't really go in for the kill at all. They continued to trade strikes at a light sparring pace for the rest of the round. I have Frevola ahead 20-18 going into the final round, but neither fighter has really done much damage at this point. The final round was a decently competitive boxing match, that could have maybe gone either way. In the end, I scored this fight 29-28 for Matt Frevola, and all 3 judges agreed, giving him the unanimous decision victory. This wasn't a great fight, but Frevola looked decent I guess.
87.4
Submission
(Triangle Armbar)
2:50
     This was a pretty quick fight, with Zuckerman spending most of his energy trying to take the fight to the ground, and Frevola was full of submissions, which, if you take the fight to the ground, against a guy that is good with submissions, then you're basically fucking yourself. So yeah, Zuckerman taps to an armbar about halfway through the first round.