The action gets underway with one fight on Facebook / YouTube at 6:30 p.m. ET. At 7 p.m. ET the action moves to Fox Sports 2 for four fights before wrapping up with the six fight main card at 9 p.m. ET.
This post will cover the preliminary fights online and on FS2.
The prelims break down like this:
Prelims on Fox Sports 2
Middleweight - Bruno Santos vs. Krzysztof Jotko
Prelim on Facebook / YouTube
We'll have results and reaction all night long, so make sure to come back and share your thoughts in the comments as the action goes down.
Ben Wall vs. Alex Garcia - Round 1 -Garcia lands a hard left hand as Wall comes forward. Then Garcia just misses with a front kick to the face but lands an upkcik to the face. Massive uppercut and Wall is down and he's out. That's violent and the result of one guy being badly outclassed. Alex Garcia wins by KO (punches), round 1.
Bruno Santos vs. Krzysztof Jotko - Body kick by Santos. Jotko with a nice pair of counter punches that land. Now Santos shoots in after some weird punches miss and he's trying for the single leg but can't get the takedown. Santos holding the waist of Jotko as the crowd boos the lack of action. They go to the ground but Jotko ends up on top in half guard. Santos with a takedown now on a throw and they're back up. Not a lot in that round but I guess 10-9 Santos.
Round 2 -Santos pushing him into the cage. The crowd isn't loving this fight and I'm not either. Back at distance with two minutes left and Jotko lands hard with a left and Santos lands one of his own and they're clinched up again. They take some turns holding each other against the cage and before the end of the round Jotko lands a shot and drops Santos and that should be enough to win the round 10-9.
Round 3 - Santos misses a big right hand. Jotko lands a few short punches and then clinches him up against the cage again. Jotko ended up on top for a while there at the end of the round with Santos trying to lock up a head and arm choke from the bottom that went nowhere.
Official scorecards: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27. Krzysztof Jotko wins by unanimous decision.
Richie Vaculik vs. Justin Scoggins - Round 1 - Scoggins with a takedown and he moves Vaculik over to the cage. Vaculik gets to his feet but Scoggins with a big hook drops him. Vaculik looks like he's recovering while Scoggins is on top. Vaculik gets up, Scoggins takes him back down. Scoggins moves to full mount. Scoggins opens up and works for position and Vaculik gives up his back. More punches land and the ref jumps in. Vaculik didn't like the stoppage, but that's just how it goes. Justin Scoggins wins by TKO (punches), round 1.
Nick Ring vs. Caio Magalhaes - Round 1 - Ring walking forward and Magalhaes lands a body kick. Magalhaes gets poked in the eye. Magalhaes with some wild punches that miss. Ring clinches him up. Ring with a Thai clinch and he's landing knees to the body while Magalhaes lands punches. Ring still working the body and now a few to the head. Good elbows from the clinch by Ring and he looks for the takedown but Magalhaes holds the cage. Ring able to finish after the ref slaps Magalhaes' hand. Now Magalhaes lands a few punches after they had gottn to the feet. Magalhaes tries to pull a guillotine but isn't in position and they're back to standing. 10-9 Ring.
Round 2 -Ring witha nother takedown. Some good ground and pound now and he works his way to a crucifix where he lands some good elbows but Caio turns him and is on top now. Caio finishes the round on top but I still think Ring did the better work 10-9.
Round 3 - Ring coming forward now and Magalhaes landing a few punches. Both guys are pretty gassed. Magalhaes with a nice combo and Ring ends up having to pull guard. Bizarrely quick stand-up and now Ring shoots and it gets stuffed. Knee to the body by Magalhaes and Ring is still reaching for the single leg. And they're stood up again despite working. Ring shooting in again, can't get the takedown still. Magalhaes lands some good punches to end the round 10-9 Magalhaes.
Official scorecards: 29-28 across the board. Caio Magalhaes wins by unanimous decision.
Takeya Mizugaki vs. Nam Phan - Round 1 - Pan moving forward and Mizugaki with some jabs to keep him at range. Phan with a good body shot. They're trading some good shots and Mizugaki goes downstairs with a hard body shot. Mizugaki with a takedown now and Phan is trying to stand up. Mizugaki drills Phan with some huge right hands as Phan stands up. Hard right hand by Mizugaki. Mizugaki with another takedown. Mizugaki with a few shots as Phan stands again. Mizugaki with some more big shots that land flush. Mizugaki is really dominating this round. Two more hard shots by Mizugaki. 10-9 Mizugaki.
Round 2 - Phan coming forward again. Mizugaki with a combo and a left lands flush. Big left by Mizugaki hurts Phan and now Mizugaki is pouncing, landing a flurry of punches and elbows. He can't get the finish but he really blasted Phan during that exchange. Good shot by Mizugaki and he looks for the takedown. Phan tries to attack the arm which lets Mizugaki take the back standing. Takedown by Mizugaki but Phan gets to his feet. 10-8 Mizugaki for me.
Round 3 - Mizugaki digs to the body. Phan trying to charge forward. Jab lands for Mizugaki. Mizugaki shoots and Phan looking for the kimura. Good left by Phan lands hard and Mizugaki was buzzed by that one. Right hand for Mizugaki lands. Phan digs to the body and lands a left but Mizugaki drills him with a shot in return. Big left by Mizugaki hurts Phan now. Pahn landing and now Mizugaki buzzes Phan again. 10-9 Phan.
Official scorecards: 29-28, 29-28, 30-28. Takeya Mizugaki wins by unanimous decision.