Bully’s Fight Night II Play-by-Play


Bully’s Fight Night is coming live from Lethbridge, Alberta. If you can’t make it live to the event, you can watch the Internet PPV for under $10 by clicking here. Otherwise, sit back and click refresh to get the play-by-play from Top MMA News right here:

Show has started. PPV broadcasters: Dean Panas will be doing the PPV feed play by play and Dan “Torture” Chambers will be providing the colour commentary (Victor Valimaki joins midway through Pro fights) (Pro fights only).

Top MMA News Awards:

  • Submission of the Night: Andrija Pavlic
  • Knock Out of the Night: Mike Geohr
  • Fight of the Night: Maged Hammo vs Jared Silverthorn

Amateur Bouts
Rylee Jaasund (171) vs Beau Bentley (170)
Round 1: Both fighters pawing at each other, Jaasund lands a left hook.  Knee thrown by Bentley followed by a side kick then leg kick . Jaasund answers with a left hook straight right combo. Big right hook misses by Jaaslund.  Jaasund the more active fighter. Leg kick thrown by Jaasund, Bentley answers with a front kick, followed by head kick.  Bentley lands another head kick as Jaasund fires back throwing a right straight to counter. Left hook by Jaasund as the fighters clinch.  Good knees from clinch by Jaasund.  Jaasund answer a low kick with left hook right sraight left hook combo.  Bentley shoots in and gets the takedown.  Open guard by Jaasund with some light gnp by Bentley. Bentley passes to side as Jaasund rolls out and stands. Bentley shoots in and is working for takedown against cage. Jaasund works his way off the cage and to the center of the cage.  Leg kick Bentley with Jaasund swinging and missing. Bentley lands a front kick to face as the round ends.
Beau Bentley bleeding from the nose.
Close first round.  Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Rylee Jaasund.

Round 2: Leg kick by Bentley lands, throws it 2 more times successfully. Jaasund swings his way in but is met with a nice knee down the middle. Big swinging uppercut that misses by Jaasund.  Bentley shoots in and takes Jaasund down. Decent gnp mainly hammerfists and punches by Bentley.  Jaasund manages to get up and he shoots in for single taking Bentley down against the cage. Bentley throwing punches to the side of Jaasund’s face. Bentley staying very busy from bottom, Jaasund postures up and throws some hooks to the head.  Jaasund now increasing his output with body head combos. Fight is stoop up and both bang  to end the round.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Rylee Jaasund.
Rylee Jaasund defeats Beau Bentley by Unanimous Decision

Mitchell Carlson (157) vs Paul Johnston (154)
Round 1: Carlson starts the fight with a leg kick with Johnston countering the kick with a straight down the middle.  Push kick by Carlson and then lands a leg kick.  Huge spinning back kick by Johnston as Carlson shoots in immedaitely after the kick connects. Carlson gets the takedown but Johnston immediately rolls through and gets on his knees. Both fighters on their knees. Johnston secures a front choke that seems very deep. Johnston pushes mitch onto his back and Carlson taps to the very nice modified guillotine.
Paul Johnston submits Mitchell Carlson by Modified Guillotine Choke in Round 1, 1:52.

Foti Lambiris (171) vs Cole Peoples (169)
Round 1: Lambiris shoots in and pushes Peoples against the cage. Peoples immediately secures a tight guillotine and looks to have Lambiris in deep trouble. After ten or so scary seconds Lambiris manages to pop his head out, then quickly throws Peoples to the ground. Lambiris lands in Peoples’ half guard and throws some light gnp. Peoples tries to get up but is pushed down. Lambiris is behind Peoples throwing hooks to the head, he then gets the takedown landing in side control. Lambiris takes full mount and throws two big punches as Peoples rolls through. Lambiris snaps in a guillotine and again his opponent manages to roll out of trouble. Lambiris passes Peoples’ half guard and takes mount. Lambiris is landing heavy gnp shots mainly rights. He goes for an ill advised choke and loses position landing on his back. Peoples now in Lambiris guard. The ref stands up both fighters.  Lambiris just unloads with massive shots on Peoples as the round ends.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Foti Lambiris.

Round 2: Knee down the middle by Peoples doesn’t effect Lambiris as he gets the take down.  Gnp from side by Lambiris. Peoples scrambling but is kept down. Lambiris goes for mount but Peoples rolls and gives his back then rolls again and ends up in turtle position with Lambiris being largely inactive.  Peoples bleeding from his nose. Ref stands up both fighters due to inactivity.  Lambiris with another takedown he follows this up with some hammer fists, it looks like he is going for a kimura but again Peoples rolls through.  Lambiris now takes mount and lands irght hooks, both fighters are tired.  Lambiris throwing hard punches trying to finish the fight but Peoples manages to survie as he has all fight.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 Foti Lambiris.
Foti Lambiris defeats Cole Peoples by Unanimous Decision

Mike Geohr vs Kevin Lagasse (light heavyweight) (Lagasse takes has taken this fight on 1 days notice)
Round 1: Fight starts with a leg kick by Lagasse, Geohr shoots in and gets the takedown, immediately throwing a flurry to the body.  Lagasse manages to get up but is thrown down. Geohr takes Lagasse down again but can’t keep his opponent down.  Lagasse now going for his own takedown, but Geohr defends. Both fighters in middle of the ring trading big shots, Geohr looks to have stunned Lagasse.  A few more heavy hooks and Lagasse drops to his knees with the referee stepping in stopping the fight.
Mike Geohr defeats Kevin Lagasse by TKO (stoppage due to strikes) in Rd 1, 2:27.

Pro Bouts
Maged Hammo vs Jared Silverthorn
Round 1: Fighters clinch up with Hammo throwing shots to the body and Silverthorn throwing knees. Hammo gets takedown but Silverthorn with a very deep looking armbar. Somehow Hammo is able to get out. Silverthorn has another super deep armbar, you can see the bend in Hammo’s arm. Hammo escapes again and works his way to side control, Hammo with big punches and elbows/forearms.  Silverthorn restablishes his guard. More big gnp elbows from Hammo. Hammo passes his guard and is now standing up raining down huge shots,  then manages to get mount and unloads major strikes. Silverthorn gets his guard back as round ends.
Close first round. Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Maged Hammo

Round 2: Both fighters exchange punches, with Hammo getting the better of the exchanges, big knee lands and Silverthorn drops. Hammo immediately pounces and lands many punches as his opponent just covers up forcing the ref to step in.
Maged Hammo defeats Jared Silverthorn by TKO (stoppage due to strikes) in Rd 2, 52 secs.

Garrett Rains vs Terry Nichol
Round 1: Fighters clinch up against the cage. Rains with trip takedown, but Nichol manages to get up. Both now against the cage again. Very little action against cage. Nichol gets the takedown against the cage. Nichol with big gnp forcing Rains gives his back up. Nichol snags in the rear naked with one hook in. He works the choke deeper and forces Rains to tap.
Terry Nichol submits Garrett Rains by Rear Naked Choke in Rd 1, 3:48.

Che Harrington vs Andrija Pavlic
Round 1: Pavlic with quick right and pushes Harrington against the cage, he then gets the takedown spinning into the center of the cage.  Harrington goes for a shoulder lock but Pavlic easily escapes. Pavlic continues his gnp attack.  Pavlic gets to half guard and is looking to pass to mount.  Now has full mount  and throws a monster right elbow, Harrington shrugs it off and pushes Pavlic off. Pavlic goes back into Harringtons half guard but gets reversed.  Harrington now giving some gnp back to Pavlic. Kimura out of nowhere by Pavlic off his back and forces the tap. Impressive sub skills.
Andrija Pavlic submits Che Harrington by Kimura in Rd 1, 4:00.

Talon Hofman vs Alex Popov
*** for Bully’s Fight Night Lightweight Title Fight
Round 1: Leg kick by Hofman, fighters clinch up.  Hofman with the takedown but Popov quickly goes for an armbar. It’s deep and forces Hofman to tap. Very impressive.
Alex Popov submits Talon Hofman by Armbar in Rd 1, (?)

Jacen Flynn vs Edwin Dewees
*** for Bully’s Fight Night Light-Heavyweight Title
Round 1: Flynn with a straight left the backs up Dewees.  Flynn takes him down and quickly takes mount, Dewees rolls giving up his back. Flynn immediately secures the rear naked choke and Dewees taps the second its on.  (Horrible effort by Dewees, just embarassing. Seems to me like he was there for the cheque and nothing more. Made no effort in the fight especially with the tap less than a split second after the RNC was on, BRUTAL!)
Jacen Flynn submits Edwin Dewees by Rear Naked Choke in Rd 1, 44 secs.

Lee Mein vs. James McSweeney
Round 1: Leg kicks by McSweeney. Fighters clinch up. McSweeney gets the takedown and lands in Mein’s half guard. Mein gets up and delivers a massive slam on McSweeney.  Fighters scrambling, Mein attempts a weak ankle lock but McSweeney escapes and gets mount and grabs cage, ref warns McSweeney.  Mein gives up his back  with McSweeney throowing left hooks to Mein. Now McSweeney unloading with both hands. Ref is looking for Mein to do something, but Mein is only covering up. The referee allows a few more unanswered shots and finally steps in to stop the fight.
Post fight McSweeney mentions he’s like to fight the winner of the main event.
James McSweeney defeats Lee Mein by TKO (stoppage due to strikes) in Rd 1, 2:01 (?)

$436 won on 50/50.

10 free tats won by 10 people as well (I wonder if you have a limited hours or if you can get some massive tat, lol)

Main Event:
Nick Penner vs Jon Ganshorn
*** for Bully’s Fight Night Heavyweight Title
Round 1: Hard left straight by Penner. Right left combo by Penner follow by body kick. Ganshorn grabs Penners leg and spins him down. Penner up right away and gets Ganshorn down. Penner in side control trying to get mount.  Penner moves Ganshorn into the middle of the ring and goes for a kimura. Gives up the kimura and throws elbows to the side of the head. Elbows by Penner to his opponents side as Ganshorn spins up and into a guillotine. Ganshorn escapes and both fighters stand. Ganshorn takes Penner down but Penner reverses positions and now is in Ganshorn’s guard.  Ganshorn active off his back with Penner throwing from above.  Penner throwing shots to the body.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Nick Penner.

Round 2: Penner with the hip throw and lands in side.  Elbows to the head and body by Penner lead to a half hearted kimura attempt.  More elbows to the body and side of the head by Penner. Ganshorn has numerous cuts. Round continues with more of the same by Penner.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for  Nick Penner

Round 3: Big right by Penner starts the round.  Ganshorn pulls guard and Penner is in Ganshorns guard, Ganshorn attempts and armbar  but Penner just pushes the attempt aside and tosses him to his side. Penner in side again  holding Ganshorn’s arm down and hitting him with rights.  Ganshorn attempts a cage crawl and escapes, now Ganshorn is on top of Penner and passes to side control after a triangle attempt by Penner. Penner sweeps Ganshorn and is back in his familiar position of side control. More elbows to the body by Penner.  More gnp by Penner as the round ends.
Top MMA News scores the round 10-9 for Nick Penner

Round 4: Penner looks tired and Ganshorn looks beat up.  Fighters clinch and Ganshorn slides behind Penner draggin him down. Gnp by Ganshron as Penner is turtling. Penner rolls into guard. Ganshorn falls back for a leg lock that totally misses. Penner scrambles up and takes mount.  Rights and lefts from Penner as the ref stops the fight.
Nick Penner defeats John Ganshorn by TKO (stoppage due to strikes) in Rd 4, 1:50.

67 Responses to “ Bully’s Fight Night II Play-by-Play ”

  1. Max says:

    I have a couple of fighters that I owe fights too. I hope Lindsey Hawkes will come out again. I felt really bad about his dropped fight, I have a few fighters in mind for the next card!
    Yes Mr Quinn, I owe u a fight so be prepared.
    Zac Snider, fought on the first card and had a fight on this one but his opponent dropped out.
    I wanted Nick Urso from Greg Jackson gym to come back but Jay had a hard time finding a tough 125er with no fights, sorry Nick!
    The Torture Dan Chambers would have probably fought on this card if not for the broken arm. A title shot for the 185 belt might be in order? I know that Jacen Flynn would like that belt as well.
    Last but not least, Cory Houston. His fight didn’t work out!
    Wow, it looks like it could be another amazing card. Maybe I can convince Lee Mein to fight again to top it off????

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  2. Diamond says:

    Flynn vs penner would make the most sense for the organization unless it was Flynn vs a local lethbridge fighter. Flynn shouldn’t have the belt if he won’t fight other lightheavyweights. I don’t think Flynn would deny it and I think it’s a great test for penners ground game. Plus, penner would want to stand and bang which would get the fans going.

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  3. Greg says:

    That works for me, Flynn vs Penner;) Plus having Lindsey, Sean, Dan, and Cory as possible additions. I will take 2 tickets. When is the next card?

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  4. Bdc says:

    Penner n mcsweeny makes sense for hw action. Mcsweeny has fought in bigger shows and has fought higher level compition than penner so for that reason one can put aside the diff in records. at lhw Flynn makes sense aswell.

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  5. Bdc says:

    Flynn vs chambers penner vs mcsweeny

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  6. Jarvis says:

    When is Bully Fight Night 3 ?

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  7. Edmonton MMA says:

    I want to see Penner go somewhere in this sport and fighting McSweeny over Flynn wouldnt help. Doesnt matter if McSweeny has been on bigger shows, his record is bad. I would like to see Penner vs Bosse/Hollet/Mahood/Desilet/Chemelli (which is happening already)

    Makes no sense to fight McSweeny over those types of guys. Even Mike C. Penner has wanted Jardin since he got booted out of the ufc. I would love to see that or a Houston Alexander fight.

    Come to think of it. Penner vs Alexander would be excellent. But thats probably far to much money

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  8. Dean Panas says:

    Max was talking about doing the next show the last week of October.
    I have been asked by a couple of people about Penner’s health since the fight. His knee passed the test with flying colors!!! However he did dislocate a rib about 30 seconds into the first round. He believed it happened the first time Ganshorn took him down and landed on him. It was the third rib up on his left side.

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  9. Anonymousette says:

    I really wish these fuckin guys would shut the fuck up about your injuries! Ya you got hurt your in a fight! It takes away from their opponents. Stop bein a pussy and keep that shit
    To yourself

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  10. Diamond says:

    Excuses are weak and I don’t like hearing them. Unfortunately they can happen. Can’t question ganshorns toughness regardless and I doubt if you talk to penner he would ever give an excuse. he is the most humble fighter out there, he gave lots of props to John For his fight

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  11. Dean Panas says:

    Sorry for any misunderstanding. It was Penner’s rib that was dislocated. I just like to share info on TMN.

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  12. Max says:

    Any thoughts out there for Alex Popov, 155. The kid is tough and super quick. He needs a worthy opponent for the belt!

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  13. Dan chambers says:

    You want a good test for a 155r….. Local Cmc product from taber, Pete neufeld… The kids a beast. Strong as hell and hits like a truck. His game is so solid in all aspcts

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  14. Greg says:

    How about Derek Boyle? Isn’t he a Lethbridge boy and he fights at 155? Why wasn’t he fighting? He fought on the first one and I saw him sitting in the audience at this one. Is he hurt? Or I know his record is not the best, too much talent on this card for him?

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  15. Bdc says:

    I agree with dan, peter neuFeld is a good up n commer he ko”d a tuff sob in Coddern

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  16. Diamond says:

    I like Peter and would love to see him fight for the belt. If he wins he has a respectable record with 5-2 as well which is a key to the organization

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  17. Jamie Locke says:

    I saw Popov at CFM 2. He’s definitly a sick up and coming LW.

    There is no shortage of excellent LW’s in Canada for him to battle.

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