88.2
Decision
15:00
      These guys both came out and traded some heavy punches to start the first round, and they both landed some big shots, until Jordan clinched and pressed Copeland against the fence 2 minutes into the opening round. They spent the rest of the round with Jordan smothering Copeland against the fence, while working short punches to the body. Round one goes to Jordan.
     Jordan was slowing down in the second round, and Copeland was able to pick him apart with his boxing. They clinched again 2 minutes into the round, and they traded control against the fence a few times while trading short strikes. They were both slowing down by the halfway point, but Copeland was still winging big punches while pressuring Jordan against the fence, leading to a scorecard that's all tied up going into the final round.
     Jordan started the third round by immediately clinching and pressing Copeland against the fence. They reset a minute into the round. Copeland threw some big punches, clinched, and pressed Jordan against the fence, and then they reset again 2 minutes into the round. That's basically the way the rest of the round turned out, leading to a clear cut 29-28 unanimous decision victory for Josh Copeland. I really would have liked to see a knockout here.
89.6
TKO (Punches)
1:43
      These guys both stomped around the cage for the first minute without anything really happening, other than Ivanov threw a few punches. Jordan was stalking him, but not throwing any real offense beyond a couple of jabs. Ivanov blasted Jordan with a series of punches that dropped him 90 seconds into the round, he jumped on him, continued to slaughter him with punches, and the referee decided to stop the fight. That was a solid title defense by Blagoy Ivanov.
88.1
TKO (Punches)
4:40
      These guys are like a couple of giant buffalos. They clashed one minute into the round, and Jordan rushed Gooch, dropping him with some punches, forward movement, and sort of a takedown where he kind of just fell on top of him. Once on top in half mount, Jordan went for an Americana, but the fence was in the way. Jordan continued to pound on Gooch with punches against the fence, and with around 20 seconds left in the round, the referee had finally seen enough, as Gooch was basically just eating punches without even really trying to fight back. Solid first round finish by Shawn Jordan. WSOF doesn't really have a heavyweight division, so I wouldn't mind seeing Jordan get a title shot against Ivanov after this one. That was a solid performance, and with a winning record coming from the UFC, it would be hard to find another WSOF Heavyweight more deserving of a title shot.
88.7
Decision
15:00
      Shawn Jordan is very short, and big around. With that being said, he used his weight & low center of gravity to drag Magomedov to the ground from the clinch. He continued to pressure Magomedov, and Magomedov started looking for a Kimura. Jordan started working his strikes near the end of the round. I'd still probably score the round for Jordan, based on his pressure. Jordan mentioned that he might possibly have a broken rib after that first round. He came out swinging though, and had Magomedov a little bit rocked with some hard kicks, and some wild punch combinations. He then really started to put some effort into another takedown attempt against the cage. Magomedov was landing some decent shots from inside the clinch, but for the most part, this fight was all about the clinch game, and trying to wear each other down with body weight. Magomedov also poked Jordan's eye with his toe. I guess I would probably have the fight all tied up going into the third round, but I don't really know how anyone is scoring this one. Jordan really needed that takedown in the third round, but Magomedov showed solid takedown defense, and blasted Jordan with some nice technical kicks. This fight was pretty boring. Magomedov has some pretty decent striking skills, and some solid takedown defense, but his killer instinct appears to be lacking. Jordan looked decent, other than that broken rib or whatever it was. Congrats to Magomedov for another decision victory.
92.0
TKO (Hook Kick & Punches)
5:48
      This fight was pretty fun. Lewis showed some really aggressive powerful strikes in the first round, beating Jordan's ass for a good portion of the round, but Jordan was able to take him down to the ground, where I feel he left the first round in a Draw. The second round started with the massive Jordan, throwing a wacky hook kick, that clipped Lewis's chin, knocking him kookie, as Lewis wobbled backwards, fell to the ground, and then Jordan pounced on him, and destroyed him with punches, as Lewis tried to roll over to his stomach to escape, but Jordan just wouldn't stop, and the referee was forced to end the fight. Awesome win for Shawn Jordan, who is now on a 3-Fight winning streak.
89.0
KO (Punches)
2:57
      BOOM! Finally we get a finish on this card! That's one of the good things about heavyweights, when they connect, there is some serious power behind those punches. These guys mostly just looked like they were sparring for most of the fight, but a couple of minutes in, Jordan connected with a big right handed, Cannonier fell to the ground, and Jordan's left hand turned into a machinegun, he finished Cannonier at point blank range on the ground. Really impressive win by Jordan, especially since this was Cannonier's first loss.
89.2
TKO (Punches)
12:03
      That was a pretty good fight. Shawn Jordan secured a takedown in the first round, so he probably won that round, even though he ended up with a broken nose. The second round had May launching a barrage of punches, which I thought might finish Jordan, but Jordan was able to escape by securing another takedown. The third round was all about Jordan taking the fight to the ground, one last time, where he was able to pound on May's face until the referee stopped the fight. Jack May is a fun fighter to watch, he has potential, but it seems like he has a tendency to sort of burn out and quit a little sooner than he should. Really nice win by Shawn Jordan though, breaking his previous 2-Fight losing streak.
89.3
KO (Punches)
4:59
      This fight was sort of a big slow heavyweight sweaty fight. Not a lot of action, mostly Mitrione pinning Jordan against the cage and sweating on him. Finally though, when the clicker clicked, and 10 seconds were left, Mitrione went nuts, and started launching bombs, knocking Jordan to the ground as the buzzer buzzed. So great win for Mitrione, but the fight wasn't that exciting until the very end.
91.1
KO (Punches)
1:33
      On my list, these guys were battling to secure a spot in the Top 10 Heavyweights list, and Gabriel Gonzaga won this fight with a BRUTAL punch to the face of Jordan. It was cool, because Jordan punched Gonzaga, and as Gonzaga was absorbing the punch, he launched a counter, which knocked Jordan to the ground, finishing the fight. Great win for Gabriel Gonzaga, as he continues to climb his way up the Heavyweight ladder!
89.6
TKO (Punches)
0:59
      OH MY GOD... This was the ONLY "fast" fight of the night, and it was a HUGE upset. I really thought Pat Barry (I had him ranked as the #7 Heavyweight in the World), would DESTROY Shawn Jordan, but holy shit, Shawn Jordan kind of "Vitor Belforted" Barry's ass, the way Belfort took out Wanderlei Silva. Nonstop punches, forcing Barry to crumble into a pile of nothingness, in under a minute. Shawn Jordan looked better here than I've ever seen him look, and it SUCKS that Barry was taken out like that.
89.1
TKO (Punches & Elbows)
8:48
      This fight was basically between two big fat heavyweights. Mike Russow looked good in the first round, pinning Jordan against the cage, and raining punches towards his face. The second round was the exact opposite though, with Russow blowing his wad in the first round, Jordan was able to take him to the ground with ease, and then rain down heavy punches & elbows to finish the fight. Jordan looked good, especially considering the way he came back from getting his ass kicked in the first round. Russow on the other hand, clearly needs to work on his conditioning.
85.6
Decision
15:00
      This fight was crap. So far this entire event has been boring. Shawn Jordan is a big dude, but other than trying to press Kongo up against the cage, he didn't really do much of anything in this fight (other than elbow Kongo in the balls in the first round). Kongo on the other hand, is also a big dude, who tried to strike some, but for the most part, he just looked tired & bored. This fight sucked. Kongo wins via unanimous decision.
90.1
TKO
(Punches)
8:53
     These guys are pretty big dudes, and they both came out ready to brawl, but it was pretty clear that Shawn Jordan had the better technical boxing skills, and he was able to pick apart Thompson in both rounds, until eventually near the end of the second round, he landed a big uppercut, knocked Thompson to the ground, and finished him off with a few more punches. Really impressive win for Shawn Jordan.
88.7
Submission (Keylock)
8:08
      Jordan threw Johnson to the ground early in the round, and pinned him up against the cage, and he was beating him up with shots on the ground. Johnson's right eye swelled up a lot, I'm not really sure where that lump came from, but it looked pretty bad. They started the fight back up after the doctor checked out Johnson's eye. From there, it should have been Johnson's second chance to look for a knockout, but he already looked exhausted after the first couple of minutes, so Jordan was able to pick him apart for the rest of the round, with some basic boxing. The second round started, Johnson landed a few decent strikes, and a couple of minutes into the round, Jordan shot in for a takedown, ending up in half guard. From there, Jordan was able to grab Johnson's arm, he locked on a keylock, and finished the fight via submission about halfway through the second round. Nice submission victory for Shawn Jordan.
88.9
Decision
15:00
      Shawn Jordan took this fight on 3 days notice, due to Lavar Johnson having a groin injury. In the first round, Jordan secured a takedown, and tried to get a rear-naked choke, but Cole escaped, and beat up Jordan with some punches, they did some heavyweight scrambling for a while, and then Cole threw Jordan to the ground with about 2 minutes left in the round. At the end of the round, Jordan caught a kick, and pushed Cole to the ground against the cage, where he landed a couple of big punches before Cole was saved by the bell. The second round was mostly Cole throwing Jordan around, and beating him up with punches, and the round ended, with Cole behind Jordan, up against the cage, throwing uppercuts to his penis. I guess Cole wins the second round? Those last few shots were somewhat questionable. The final round had Cole beating up Jordan some more, getting him down to the ground near the end of the round, where he punched & elbowed his body, until the bell rang. Nice unanimous decision victory for Devin Cole.
89.7
TKO (Punches and Elbows)
1:56
      This was a pretty fun fight. Hill threw some kicks, Jordan punched him a few times, Hill tried to punch Jordan, Jordan scooped him up and slammed him, and then got the full mount where he finished Hill with brutal punches & elbows, in just under 2 minutes of the first round. Really strong win for Shawn Jordan.
87.7
KO (Punch)
1:13
      Here we have a couple of MASSIVE heavyweights, and they both looked relaxed, as they were somewhat casually trading punches, and then Holata landed a massive right hand, that rocked Jordan's head back, causing him to flop to the ground like a 262 pound sack of bricks. Awesome KO victory for Mark Holata in his Bellator debut.
N/A
TKO (Punches)
0:19
(Unaired)
N/A
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
6:39
(Unaired)