Substance Cage Combat 2.0 Play-by-Play


Substance Cage Combat THUMBSubstance Cage Combat is holding their second show on May 30, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario.  If you are in the area, why not pick up a pair of tickets at TicketBreak.  There is nothing like live MMA!

Alternatively, if you are not in Toronto, you can watch the Internet PPV HERE.

Lastly, you can get all the written action at Top MMA News.

Top MMA News Awards

  • Submission of the Night: Kyle Nelson
  • KO of the Night: Mike Malott
  • Fight of the Night: Adrian Woolley vs. Jeimeson Saudino

SCC 2.0 Play-by-Play

Alex Ricci vs EJ Brooks
Brooks gets a quick takedown and is in guard. Ricci scoots his hips out but Brooks keeps the legs locked up and forces himself into back control.
Ricci finally gets back up and gets a Thai clinch before Brooks closes up the distance again against the fence until the end of the round.
Clear 10-9 for Brooks

Round 2:
Ricci lands leg kicks and fights off a takedown early in the round. Brooks gets clinch against the cage but Ricci escapes and starts to land kicks upstairs and down low. Ricci now landing against the fence but Brooks continues to grind away. Ricci bouncing up when taken down and has taken this round. Really opening up on Brooks now.
10-9 Ricci and third round will decide it.

Round 3:
Ricci continuing to land well and fights off a takedown. Brooks looks tired but clinches against the cage to eat some clock time.
Ricci lands beautiful right hook and Brooks goes back to clinch before Ricci escapes as the round ends.
29-28 Ricci on my card.
Top MMA News scores the fight 29-28 Ricci
Official result: Alex Ricci defeats EJ Brooks via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Kyle Nelson vs Ainsley Robinson
Round 1:
Robinson storms in early and rushes a takedown. Nelson quickly locks in a guillotine on over zealous Robinson and he’s asleep. Wow.
Official result: Kyle Nelson submits Ainsley Robinson via guillotine choke at :42 of the first.

Todd Stoute vs. Jeremy Osheim
Round 1:
Osheim goes to touch gloves and Stoute throws a punch right off the start.
Osheim gets double under hooks and works hard for a takedown. They break off and take the centre of the cage. Stoute flurries at the end and probably steals the close but in eventful round.

Round 2:
Stoute opening up in the second but Osheim gets a takedown . Stoute reverses and back on the feet they go. Stoute lands but on the feet and again Osheim gets a takedown.
Osheim grabs a leg and has Stoute in pain as the round ends.
A round each heading into the third.

Round 3:
They exchange on the feet and Osheim gets another takedown and works into half guard and into side mount. Osheim gets full mount but can’t land much of anything. Stoute raises to his feet but Osheim slams him down again.
I’ve got it 29-28 Osheim.
Top MMA News scores the fight 29-28 Jeremy Oshein
Official result: Jeremy Oshein defeats Todd Stoute by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Adrian Woolley vs Jeimeson Saudino
Round 1:
Saudino cracks Woodley right away, before Woolley begins to open up with body kicks. Saudino controls pace and movement with long front kicks. Woolley clipped again before landing back on Saudino and clinching against the cage. Saudino lands a nice headkick with tips of his feet that wake Woolley up. Follows up and has Woolley takes massive shots as he stumbles around the cage for the final 40 seconds.
Easy 10-9 for Saudino, could be 10-8. Was very close to being finished.

Round 2:
Saudino back at it in the second, landing superman punch. Woolley clinches and gets the takedown but Saudino right back up. Saudino gets on top but Woolley wall walks and we’re back up.
Now Woolley landing the big shots and hurts Saudino . Great fight. They are exchanging bombs.
Woolley is opening up and landing repeated body shots and up top. He catches a leg and takes top control on Saudino as round ends.
19-19 heading into the third.

Round 3:
They hug as the round begins and again it’s Woolley working his straight to the body. Saudino overcommits and Woolley gets a big double leg. Woolley working top control with body shots but not doing a lot as the round comes to a close. 10-9 Woolley
Top MMA News scores the fight 29-28 for Adrian Woolley.
Official result: judges score the bout 29-28 for Adrian Woolley

Mike Malott vs Allan Wilson
Round 1:
Malott quickly gets the fight to the ground. They get back up and Malott lands a violent knee followed up by punches and it’s over. Incredible performance by one of Canada’s real prospects.
Mike Malott def. Allan Wilson via KO at 1:29 of round 1

Abdula Teymouri vs. Julian Villanova
Round 1:
Teymouri starts with low kicks before getting clinched against the cage. They exchange on the feet and Teymouri drops Villanova hard, nearly finishing him. Teymouri lands knee against the cage, dropping Villanova and following up for the finish.
Performance of the night so far.
Official result: Abdula Teymouri def. Julian Villanova via TKO at 3:26 of the first round.

Rob Santos vs Max Li
Huge chants for 0-1 Rob Santos before the opening bell.
Round 1:
Santos throws overhead hook and gets under hooks right away. As Santos goes for guillotine, is reversed by Li who gets half guard. Li works hard to posture up but can’t get many shots off
Round ends with Li in half guard. 10-9 Li.

Round 2:
Santos gets under control and lands knees against the cage, but nothing particularly damaging.
Li reverses and works hard for a takedown and gets back to half guard. After a lengthy struggle, Li gets mount. As Santos escapes, Li locks on a D’Arce choke but cannot finish. He changed to a guillotine grip and Santos rolls out. Li take side control.
Another easy 10-9 for Li. 20-18 Li

Round 3:
Li starts with a nice combination and locks up before putting the fight back on the mat and into guard and then half guard. Li grinds his head into Santos’ while throwing body shots. Round ends with Li in half guard again.
Top MMA News scores the fight 30-27 Max Li
Official result is 30-27 for Max Li.

Ahmed Kahar vs Omar Karami
Round 1:
Kahar gets a quick takedown. Into side control before they are stand back up.
They exchange on the feet but nothing of substance lands . Kahar gets under hooks and gets a takedown into mount.
Kahami flips over and takes top control in guard. Kahar goes for a leg lock but Kahar easily escapes.
On the feet it’s Karami getting the better of things, landing with a few short hooks and blocking Kahar’s kicks.
Slightly in favour of Kahar, but could have went either way.

Round 2:
Kahar gets a quick takedown and works from top control in the guard. Kahar stands up and drops bombs before being pulled back into guard.
Karami flips over into guard at the end but the round ends.
Kahar takes the 2nd. 20-18.

Round 3:
Kahar gets back control right away and goes hard for a rear naked choke. From back control, Kahar lands shots to the body, trying to weaken Karami up.
Kahar wins easily. That was 10-8.
Top MMA News scores the fight 30-26 Ahmed Kakar in an impressive outing.
Official result: Announcer doesn’t give us scores, but Kahar won unanimous decision.

15 Responses to “ Substance Cage Combat 2.0 Play-by-Play ”

  1. Snyper Mcgrath says:

    Malott by flying knee..calling it

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  2. Robin Black says:

    Genuine privilege to call these awesome fights.

    Sincere thanks to SCC and all the fighters.

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  3. Added the Sub, KO, and Fight of the Night.

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  4. Mr Know it All says:

    Adrian Woolley is a legend! I can’t wait for that fight to get uploaded to the internet, crazy stuff

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  5. Western Man says:

    I’d like to see these guys scrap it out with some of Alberta’s finest. Then we will see what’s really up. Nevermind Ontario versus the US, let’s get some Ontario vs. Alberta at SCC 3.0

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  6. Adam Bodwell says:

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  7. Stoney Creek says:

    Ontario vs Alberta wouldnt even be a fight. Ontario would destroy Alberta.

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  8. Theoretically says:

    That could be interesting…

    -Alex Ricci (8-2) vs. Derek Boyle (12-6)
    -Adrian Woolley (8-3) vs. Mike Davis (11-4)
    -Todd Stoute (5-2)vs. Tim Chemelli (11-4)
    -Kyle Nelson (6-0) vs. Josh Machan (12-4)
    -Mike Malott (4-0) vs. Jeremy Kennedy (4-1)

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  9. Roadhouse says:

    With only one native Albertan fighting in any worldwide elite mma organization, Alberta fighters should stick to fighting Saskatchewan and Manitoba based opponents

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  10. MKB says:

    Now way in hell would SCC promoters cough up 10K in airfare for fighters/cornermen.

    They might be able to cough up enough for a Greyhound.

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  11. Jeebus says:

    Boycott any organization with Stoute!

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  12. Western Man says:

    ^^^ Don’t support 17 other fighters because you dislike one guy? Pathetic…

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  13. Western Man says:

    No wonder MMA can’t survive in Ontario, you have the worst fans in the whole world. Just look at your sport teams, constant support until a single loss and than everyone jumps all over them. This whole situation is laughable, I hope Ontario MMA DIES and all you have only yourselves to blame hahaha HACKS!!

    Long live the west where people get it.

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  14. EastCoast Warrior says:

    ^^^^^ It’s already dead.

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  15. Blackout says:

    Haha nice @WesternMan

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