A detailed break down of the Shinya Aoki vs Lyle Beerbohm bout at Strikeforce: Diaz vs Daley.
Strikeforce lightweight Lyle Beerbohm is coming off his first career loss to a gritty Pat Healy at Strikeforce Challengers 14 but he's still being promoted to the main card and will be facing one of the world's top lightweights, Shinya Aoki. Beerbohm talked to MMA Fighting and claims he isn't worried about Aoki's bone-breaking brand of submissions.
Lyle “Fancy Pants’’ Beerbohm, Carlo Prater and Lee Higgins, who will compete on the televised portion of a STRIKEFORCE Challengers Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight card presented by Rockstar Energy Drink at Cedar Park Center in the Austin, Texas suburb of Cedar Park this Friday, Feb. 18, participated in an open media workout Wednesday at South Austin Gym.
Undefeated rising star Lyle “Fancy Pants” Beerbohm will face dangerous veteran Pat “Bam Bam’’ Healy in the main event of a STRIKEFORCE Challengers Mixed Martial Arts fight card presented by Rockstar Energy Drink at Cedar Park Center in the Austin, Tex. suburb of Cedar Park on Friday, Feb. 18, live on SHOWTIME® at 11 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).
'Fancy Pants' vs. Pat Healy, Ryan Couture Targeted for Strikeforce Challengers 14 - Lightweights Lyle Beerbohm and Pat Healy have agreed to main event the upcoming Strikeforce Challengers 14 event on Feb. 18
Lyle "Fancy Pants" Beerbohm finishes his opponent with his teammate and training partner Cody McKenzie's McKenzietine choke.
Lyle Beerbohm (Strikeforce 14-0 Lightweight) discusses the hard times he endured as a meth addict before he turned his life around through MMA fighting. From the upcoming "No Submission: The Lyle 'Fancy Pants' Beerbohm Story"
"I signed a 6 fight, 2 year deal with Strikeforce. Let the world know I am going to knock out everybody they put in front of me. I don't have an opponent yet but I want a big fight; you know. I want Melendez or the next big name. No B level fighters. Beerbohm is good but nobody really knows him. I would like to get Kawajiri, that would be great." Jorge Masvidal talking to Buddhasport.