World Series of Fighting 4: Spong vs. Deanda took place tonight from Citizens Bank Arena in Ontario, California. Make sure to keep it tuned to Bloody Elbow for all of your World Series of Fighting 4 coverage. For more in-depth play-by-play check out how our very own Dallas Winston saw the action live.
See below for the event's complete results as well as Zombie Prophet's gifs breaking down the action.
WSOF 4 Main Card
Tyrone Spong def. Angel Deanda via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).
Everyone already knew what Spong brought to the table, but now we have a new candidate for the Homer Simpson of fighting in Angel Deanda. He may not have left the cage with an unlimited monthly plan from Boost Mobile but he walked out with our respect.
Although bruised and beaten, DeAnda took his beating like a man. Spong landed at will, all to no avail.
After securing back mount, Cavalcante forces a stoppage. Griffin immediately protested the stoppage claiming it was premature.
Although he dominated the standup throughout much of the bout, Sefo was caught with a left hook after throwing and missing on a rear head kick.
Great action all fight long, but Moraes is just too much for Hempleman.
Just a little blood in Round 1.
By the middle of Round 2 Hempleman could barely put weight on his lead leg, rendering his striking fairly ineffective.
Newell was able to utilize his superior wrestling before locking up a guillotine choke.
A bit of confusion here late in Round 1. Santiago is seen grasping the top of the cage while trying to secure a triangle choke, followed by a slam by Harris. The referee initially appeared to be calling for a stoppage, but went on to just deduct a point from Santiago instead. Harris immediately claimed Santiago had tapped following the slam, but no evidence of a physical or vocal submission was scene on camera.
This fight was cancelled after Lew Polley arrived at weigh-ins more than 30 pounds overweight and was ruled ineligible. The fight was cancelled prior to weigh-ins.
Antonio McKee vs. Lewis Gonzales
Lewis Gonzales def. Antonio McKee via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
After suffering an illegal elbow strike to the back of the head, McKee was ruled unable to continue by the cageside physician. As more than half of the allotted rounds had been fought, the contest was judged as is, resulting in the decision victory for Gonzales.
A great scrap between training partners, Robles looked to have the more impactful striking but didn't do enough to get the nod from the judges.
Valenzuela manages to bounce back after being dropped by Gutierrez in Round 1.
Valenzuela earns the submission victory after taking Gutierrez to the mat and softening him up with punches.
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