Strikeforce Challengers 17: Quick Results – Kaufman Dominates Carmouche

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Strikeforce is holding the 17th edition of their Challengers series tonight in Las Vegas, Nevada. Canada’s top ranked female fighter Sarah Kaufman will be taking on Liz Carmouche on the main card. Here are the quick results from the event:

Quick Results:

Bobby Voelker defeats Roger Bowling via TKO (Punches) in Round 2, 2:16
Devin Cole defeats Shawn Jordan via Unanimous Decision (29-28 x3)
Ovince St. Preux defeats Joe Cason via Submission (Punches) in Round 1, 1:12
Sarah Kaufman defeats Liz Carmouche via Unanimous Decision (30-27 x3)
Adlan Amagov defeats Ronald Stallings via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

TJ Cook defeats Lionel Lanham via TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 4:59
Anthony Smith defeats Ben Lagman via KO (Punch) in Round 2, 0:33
Bill Cooper defeats Maka Watson via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) in Round 2, 2:39
Sterling Ford defeats Brian McLaughlin via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

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Main Card:
Roger Bowling (9-1) vs. Bobby Voelker (23-8)

20 Responses to “ Strikeforce Challengers 17: Quick Results – Kaufman Dominates Carmouche ”

  1. Cody Rempel says:

    Sarah Kaufman is on her way to the cage right NOW!!!

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  2. Cody Rempel says:

    Close first round… Kaufman with the slight edge due to her striking!

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  3. Bobby Karimi says:

    Go Kaufman!

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  4. Cody Rempel says:

    Second round is more clear cut for Kaufman, picking Carmouche apart with jabs and consistent striking as well as great takedown defence!

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  5. Bobby Karimi says:

    Great stuff! Come on!

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  6. Cody Rempel says:

    Another round for Kaufman… connecting at will again in the third! Unoffcially 30-27 for Kaufman, waiting for the official word!

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  7. Love Mauro’s line…Carmouche tried an Alan Belcher Superman off the cage attempt. More of a Lois Lane attempt.

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  8. Bobby Karimi says:

    Great win by Kaufman, right back to the top!

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  9. kris says:

    Who’s Sarah Kaufman??

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  10. Cody Rempel says:

    Seriously??

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  11. kris says:

    LOL no Sarah K is a great talent, and on her way to another run at the title. I however cannot cheer for her as she will be fighting my future wife for it…Miesha Tate!

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  12. Anonymousette says:

    Lol boys

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  13. Darren Owen says:

    Tate will lose then Sarah will beat Coenen to get her belt back. She will then give all credit to the AFC for her AFC 5 fight. All true except that last part.

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  14. ruckus780 says:

    to me females fighting is as ridiculous as grown men that weigh 155 and under…just playing sarah is a beast and would fuck tate up

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  15. Jamie Locke says:

    Big ups to Sarah, great fight, great win…

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  16. Queen of Canada! Never should have lost to Coenen.

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  17. Jamie Locke says:

    She’ll get the belt back regardless of who wins next weekend. I think it’ll be a rematch with Coeneen though.

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  18. kris says:

    Ideally coenen, but my future wife miesha has got skills as well.

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  19. Anonymous says:

    The best scenario for Women’s MMA is for Tate to beat Coenen and then Kaufman fights Tate to reclaim her title and then Coenen will pick up a win somewhere in the mix and set up a rematch with Kaufman. Kaufman will then reclaim her spot atop the 135 class. As a bonus there will be a super fight between Kaufman and Santos at 140!

    Darren and I just mapped out the Women’s 135 division for the next 18 months! Good fights all around!

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  20. siby says:

    Bravo Sarah you are canada

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