90.8
KO (Punches)
2:44
      Le threw a series of brutal kicks to start the opening round, and he knocked Aguilar back with a spinning back kick, causing him to crash against the fence. They continued to trade strikes at a decent pace, with Le throwing a lot of wild kicks, and then Aguilar dropped him with a brutal combination with around 2 minutes left in the round, he followed it up with some hammerfists while Le was already unconscious, and the referee jumped in to stop the fight. That was an awesome KO victory for the Champion, Kevin Aguilar.
N/A
TKO (Punches)
5:55
(Unaired)
88.5
KO (Head Kick & Punches)
6:35
      Nothing happened in the first minute of this fight, Le threw a body kick, Stojadinovic caught it, and went to the ground, tried to find a leg lock, it didn't work, so he stood back up and they reset. Le threw a few more hard kicks, and Stojadinovic just simply wasn't firing back with anything significant at all. Le threw another sharp body kick with 2 minutes left in the round, and then Stojadinovic finally clinched, and threw some punches, and then pressed Le against the fence, but the clinch went nowhere, so they reset again. The round ended with Le throwing a wild spinning wheel kick, it missed, and Stojadinovic finally unloaded on him with some wild punches in the final 5 seconds. Round one goes to Le for being slightly more active, but Stojadinovic proved at the end of the round that he's still a dangerous fighter.
     The second round started slowly for a few seconds, and then Stojadinovic got pissed, and unloaded with some wild punches. Le landed a head kick, Stojadinovic went to the ground slowly, Le continued to unload on him with some punches, and the fight was stopped. That was a solid second round KO victory for Thanh Le, against a decent boxer who just failed to pull the trigger in this fight. Le's kicks were definitely on point tonight.
88.4
TKO (Kick to the Body and Punches)
1:43
      Le started the first round with an awesome spinning wheel kick that just barely clipped Black. Black fired back with something similar, but slower, and Le was able to easily avoid it. Le continued to throw some interesting artistic looking kicks, while mixing in a few light punches. Le landed a brutal body kick 90 seconds into the round, he dropped Black with some punches, he unloaded with some big punches, and the referee waited a long time to stop the fight, while Le blasted Black with about 100 punches on the ground. That was a fantastic finish by Thanh Le in a dominant overall performance.
88.4
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
8:48
      The first round started with Le throwing some nice kicks, and then Svensson knocked his legs out from under him, and took down Le 90 seconds into the round. Le tried to setup a Kimura from half guard, while Svensson just kept grinding on him from the top. Svenson tried to take his back with around 90 seconds left in the round, but that just allowed Le to stand back up. They clinched for a few seconds, and then Le knocked down Svensson with 30 seconds left in the round. He jumped on him, and beat him up for the rest of the round. That was a close round, but since Le ended the round on top, beating the shit out of Svensson, I scored the round for Le.
     Le started the second round with some strikes, and then Svensson grabbed his back, Le went for a standing Kimura, they fell to the ground, Svensson passed to full mount, and eventually forced Le to give up his back, allowing Svensson to finish the fight with a rear-naked choke with around 90 seconds left in the second round. That was a good fight, and a really solid win for Martin Svensson.
88.9
KO (Punch)
7:27
      Thanh Le started the first round by kicking the shit out of Quintana, while chasing him around, throwing all kinds of crazy Kung Fu strikes at him. Quintana tried to throw some punches back to defend himself, but Le was clearly outclassing him on the feet. Le nearly knocked Quintana's head off with a spinning wheel kick late in the round. Round one clearly goes to Thanh Le.
      The second round started kind of slowly, with Le backing up, and Quintana was just following him like a dog on a leash. Le was clearly looking to setup some counters, and that worked, as he clipped Quintana multiple times with some big shots, and then he dropped him with a huge overhand right halfway through the round. That was a fantastic debut for Thanh Le.