87.3
Decision
10:00
      These guys started the first round by trading jabs, until Siler dropped Malegarie with a combination 45 seconds into the opening round. Siler then jumped on him, and Malegarie wrapped him up in his half guard. They sort of stood up, Siler threw some knees from a semi-sprawling position, and then he attempted a guillotine choke roll, which Malegarie escaped, so they reset halfway through the round. They traded some punches to finish out the round. Round one pretty clearly goes to Siler based mostly on the grappling exchanges.
     The second round started with half a round worth of back & forth boxing, and then Malegarie took down Siler. The second round probably goes to Malegarie, but based on the weird "Whoever wins the first round, wins the decision" rule, I guess I would score this fight for Siler, and all 3 judges agreed, giving him the unanimous decision victory.
87.0
Decision
15:00
      This fight started slowly, Malegarie shot for a takedown a minute into the opening round, and Harrison sprawled all over him. They reset a few seconds later. That was basically the story of the first round, Malegarie shot for a few takedowns, and Harrison stuffed all of them, while controlling the center of the cage for most of the round. I guess the first round goes to Harrison.
     The second round was another 5 minute grind, with Harrison stuffing shots, and beating up Malegarie with his boxing. Harrison has a fantastic record, but nearly zero finishing ability. Harrison is ahead 20-18 going into the final round. The final round was 5 more minutes of the same thing, as Harrison was able to grind out another 30-27 unanimous decision victory, where neither fighter was ever in any trouble at all.
87.3
Decision
15:00
      These guys traded a few random strikes, and then Malegarie shot for a takedown 90 seconds into the round, but he couldn't finish it, so they reset, and went back to pumping jabs at each other. The second round had both guys striking with each other at a decent pace, and then Malegarie scored a takedown halfway through the round. Galvao was fishing for something from his back, but it wasn't getting him anywhere. The final round was another competitive round of striking. This was a close fight, but I would score it 29-28 for Malegarie, if not 30-27. All 3 judges agreed with me, giving the unanimous decision victory to Nazareno Malegarie.
86.9
Decision
(Split)
15:00
     The first round was a little slow, but it was a pretty decent boxing match, with Malegarie landing several left hooks, and he controlled the first half of the round or so. Silva then started beating him up, so Malegarie shot for a takedown, failed, Silva blocked it with a basic guillotine attempt, landed some knees, broke apart, and by the end of the round, Malegarie had a couple of cuts on his head, and Silva looked like he was still in decent shape. The second round started with Malegarie securing a couple of takedowns. Silva did a good job getting back up, but the takedowns had to count for something, eh? Once they went back to striking, Malegarie seemed to be fighting a little more from "panic mode", where Silva seemed calm & relaxed. Both of the first two rounds seemed pretty close, but I think I'd have to score them for Silva. Silva started to work his kicks & knees more frequently in the third round, but Malegarie pretty clearly out-boxed him for the duration of that final round, so in the end, I'd probably score the fight 29-28 for Silva, but I kind of WANTED Malegarie to win. Silva was moving forward more often, but Malegarie landed more significant strikes, with a lot of great counters... so... The judges gave it to Silva, via split-decision, but... 30-27 on the two scorecards that they gave Silva? That's insane... Malegarie AT LEAST won that last round. Either way, close fight, and decent debut for both guys.
88.8
Decision
15:00
      Bruno rushed in to start the first round, and immediately shot for a takedown, pressing Malegarie against the fence 30 seconds into the opening round. Bruno beat up Malegarie for a couple of minutes, and then Malegarie swept him, but found himself caught in a guillotine choke. Bruno worked his way to his feet, and then he nearly ripped Malegarie's head off with that choke attempt, but Malegarie pulled his head free, and then shot for another takedown, pinning Bruno with 90 seconds left in the opening round. Malegarie worked his way toward the back crucifix, where he hammered Bruno with elbows until the end of the round. That fight was VERY back & forth, and hard to score. Bruno swept him one last time with 15 seconds left in the round, which might have been enough to win the close round for Bruno.
      The second round started with 90 seconds of nothing from either fighter, and then Bruno shot in for a single leg takedown, Malegarie stuffed his shot, and then sort of scored a takedown of his own 2 minutes into the round. They both scrambled around to control each other, without either fighter really showing a clear amount of control at any point in that round. We're going to a third round, and I think it's still anybody's fight at this point.
      The final round was another grinding round, with a lot of clinching, and a lot of even striking. This entire fight proved to be VERY even, every time someone would do something to pull ahead, the other guy would do something to counter it. In the end, I wouldn't have argued with either decision. All 3 judges gave the 30-27 unanimous decision victory to Fernando Bruno.
89.2
TKO (Punches & Elbows)
9:28
      The first round started with both fighters trading some random strikes, and then Santos kicked Malegarie in the dick a minute into the round. When the fight started back up, they traded a few more strikes, and then Malegarie took down Santos, pinning him 90 seconds into the opening round. Malegarie spent the rest of the round pounding on Santos with punches & elbows. Round one clearly goes to Malegarie.
     The second round had both guys trading punches & kicks at a moderate pace, and they were both landing some decent shots. Malegarie shot for a takedown 90 seconds into the round, but Santos was able to easily stuff his shot. Malegarie backed out, and then shot for another takedown, eventually dumping Santos to the ground with 2 minutes left in the round, after hitting Santos with some decent knees to his legs. Malegarie pinned Santos against the fence, and then unloaded with some punches & elbows, eventually forcing the referee to stop the fight. That was a really solid performance by Nazareno Malegarie.
87.7
Decision
10:00
      These guys both traded some random decent strikes, and then Malegarie slapped Pereira in the first round. Pereira worked his way back to his feet, and pressed Malegarie against the fence. Malegarie took him down again with a Kimura attempt. Round one goes to Malegarie.
     Pereira rushed in with some punches to start the second round, Malegarie stuffed his shot, flipped him over, and beat him up for the rest of the round with some ground & pound against the fence. That fight was a clear 20-18 unanimous decision victory for Nazareno Malegarie.
88.2
Decision
15:00
      Martinez beat up Malegarie for most of the first round, bullying him from the clinch, busting up his nose with some strikes, leaving Malegarie's face a bloody mess, and Martinez was able to easily stuff his takedown attempts. Martinez even knocked him down a couple of times, and also secured a takedown to finish the round. Martinez continued to beat up Malegarie for most of the second round as well. Malegarie refused to cave, but he didn't look ilke he was really going to win this fight at any point. He needed the fight to take place on the ground, but he didn't try hard enough to take Martinez to the ground, allowing too much of the fight to take place standing. Martinez actually secured a couple of takedowns in the third round, and continued to beat up Malegarie for the duration of the round, so... Yeah... Pretty clear cut 30-27 decision for Rad Martinez, and all 3 judges agreed.
88.9
Decision
15:00
      Sandro did a good job keeping his distance in the first round, picking apart Malegarie with his strikes, while avoiding Malegarie's takedown attempts. The second round was basically a repeat of the first round, and Sandro even took Malegarie to the ground 3 times, and then got back up quickly, avoiding the actual ground game of Malegarie. We go into the third round, with Sandro ahead 2-0 on the rounds. The second round was a pretty competitive striking match, and it could have probably gone either way, but it's not even worth arguing over, as Sandro clearly won this fight, AT LEAST 29-28, if not 30-27, and all 3 judges agreed.
89.0
Submission (Guillotine Choke)
11:25
      Malegarie shot in for a takedown at the start of the fight, and locked on a tight guillotine choke 20 seconds into the first round. About a minute later, Devree finally broke out of it, but was still stuck in the tight guard of Malegarie. Devree tried to get back to his feet, and was caught in a heel hook attempt. Once they finally got to their feet, their striking looked to be pretty even. The second round started with another tight guillotine choke from Malegarie, this time from the full mount. Malegarie completed dominated Devree with his grappling for the duration of the round, all the way up until the very end of the round, where Devree finally threw a diving punch which landed, but didn't do enough to make up for getting dominated for the past 9+ minutes. Malegarie shot for another takedown early in the third round, beat the shit out of Devree's body with some hard punches, Devree tried to scramble back to his feet, Malegarie locked on ANOTHER mounted guillotine choke, and finished the fight by submission early in the third round. Really great dominating performance for Nazareno Malegarie.
88.7
Decision
15:00
      These guys clinched, the fight went to the ground, and Malegarie took the back of Straus, looking for a rear-naked choke, and controlling a good portion of the round with his grappling. Straus spun out of it with about 2 minutes left in the ground, trying to get top position, and he landed face first in a guillotine choke. Straus finally broke free and got back to his feet with about a minute left in the round, but he wasn't able to do much, so Malegarie won that first round. Straus went straight into ass beating mode to start the second round, but Malegarie put him into some troublesome positions, with some leg lock attempts, and a Kimura attempt, eventually settling for a tight guillotine choke. Straus broke out, got the fight back to the feet, and beat up Malegarie for the rest of the round. The second round was close, with no real clear winner, but I'd probably score it for Straus for the knockdown early on, and a few decent punches near the end. The third round was a decent scrap, but I would have to score that one for Straus as well, giving Straus the 29-28 decision, and all 3 judges agreed.