A detailed break down of the Shinya Aoki vs Lyle Beerbohm bout at Strikeforce: Diaz vs Daley.
Lightweight Lyle Beerbohm has suffered an injury and been forced to pull out of his scheduled bout against Gesias Cavalcante at the upcoming Strikeforce: "Fedor vs. Henderson" event on July 30. Stepping in on short notice to replace him is Bobby Green. Props: MMA Weekly
Cageside Seats rounds up pre-fight interviews for this weekend's Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley event, which features Nick Diaz defending the Strikeforce welterweight title against the heavy handed Paul Daley. See what some of the biggest names on the card had to say about their upcoming fight!
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.
Strikeforce Challengers: Beerbohm vs. Healy Open Workouts
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.