Unified MMA 22 – Live Results and Play-by-Play

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unified MMAUnified MMA returns to the Mirage Banquet Hall tonight with a HUGE main event. Rising Heavyweight prospect Tanner “The Bulldozer” Boser defends his Heavyweight Title against 5 time UFC veteran Tim “The Thrashing Machine” Hague in a bout that came in at #3 on this month’s Top Maple Leaf Match Ups. Also on the card Jarid “Da Tappa” Bussemakers takes on Nick “The Boss” Campbell in a Middleweight contest.

This event is completely sold out so if you don’t already have your tickets there will be a live stream HERE or as always Top MMA News will have live results and play-by-play!

  • Knockout of the Night: Tim Hague
  • Submission of the Night: Jarid Bussemakers
  • Fight of the Night: Jarid Bussemakers vs. Nick Campbell

Tanner Boser vs. Tim Hague (Heavyweight Title Fight)
Round 1: No glove touch to start and Boser rushes Hague and gets cracked with a HUGE overhand right that drops Boser. Hague pounces and finishes off Boser with a barrage of vicious punches that relieves Boser of his consciousness. Referee Vern Gorman pulls Hague off and Boser is out of it to the point that he wrestles Gorman for a minute until Boser’s corner can pull him off.
Tim Hague defeats Tanner Boser by KO (Punch) in Round 1, 0:06
***Hague captures Unified Heavyweight Title

Jarid Bussemakers vs. Nick Campbell
Round 1: Bussemakers with a leg kick and a combo before getting the takedown against the cage. Bussemakers lands a few chipping shots and Campbell gets back to his feet. They trade knees and jockey for position. Bussemakers lands some foot stomps and Campbell with a knee. Bussemakers responds and Campbell looks to muscle him down but can’t complete the takedown. Campbell holding position and Cardinal breaks them up. Bussemakers looking for a guillotine gets slammed. Bussemakers lets go and switches to a kimura. Campbell working from the guard and Bussemakers lands a couple from the bottom. Campbell connects and Cardinal pauses to replace the mouth guard of Bussemakers and they restart with Campbell in guard. Bussemakers works the body and throws his legs up looking for an armbar. Bussemakers tries to elevate and sweep but Campbell stays heavy. Campbell lands to the body and connects with a couple more as time expires. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Campbell

Round 2: Bussemakers with a leg kick and a right before dropping for a takedown. They tie up and exchange shots and Campbell tosses him to the mat and lands in side control. Bussemakers with a barrage of sharp elbows from the bottom. Bussemakers with a triangle choke and forces the lightning quick tap in a come from behind victory.
Jarid Bussemakers submits Nick Campbell by Triangle Choke in Round 2, 1:28

Mike Scarcello vs. Dia Grant
Round 1: Scarcello shoots and gets the slam to side control right away. Grant gets half guard back and gets to his feet but Scarcello takes the back and drags him down. Scarcello works for a rear naked choke but Grant defends and again gets to his feet. Scarcello muscles him back down with a body lock and lands in half guard. Scarcello with a pair of short elbows and lands some lefts. Scarcello takes the back but only has one hook. Grant escapes and gets back to his feet but Scarcello’s wrestling has Grant right back on the mat. Grant briefly looks for an armbar but Scarcello pulls his arm free and lands shots from the back. Scarcello pounds away before taking the back and working for the rear naked choke as time expires. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Scarcello

Round 2: Grant with an overhand but Scarcello ducks it and gets the body lock against the cage before dumping him to the mat. Scarcello settles into the guard but quickly passes to half guard and finally mount. Grant gives his back and Scarcello lands a pair of solid hammerfists before sinking the rear naked choke with just one hook and forcing the quick tap.
Mike Scarcello submits Dia Grant by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 2, 1:38

Garret Nybakken vs. Neil Doty
Round 1: Doty presses forward with jabs and ties him up against the cage. Nybakken reverses and knees the legs. Nybakken changes levels and gets the single to half guard. Nybakken elbows the body chips away with little punches. Doty throws up a triangle attempt but Nybakken avoids and drops a big elbows. Nybakken lands to the body and connects with another elbow to the body. Doty sits up and Nybakken works for a guilotine until Doty gives up his back. Nybakken lands a few before working for the rear naked choke. Doty defends briefly but Nybakken is able to sink the choke and get the submission victory.
Garret Nybakken submits Neil Doty by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 1, 4:17

Aaron Bosiak vs. Dell Knebush
Round 1: Bosiak lands and Knebush looks for a takedown but Bosiak gets a guillotine. Bosiak dumps him to the mat and takes his back sinking a rear naked choke and forcing the quick tap.
Aaron Bosiak submits Dell Knebush by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 0:39

Justin Parsons vs. Vitaliy Bervald
Round 1: Parsons with a stiff leg kick and Bervald catches him with a massive right that sees Parsons out on his feet. Bervald follows up with a barrage of punches against the cage. Referee Kyle Cardinal stops the bout with Parsons still on his feet but the only thing holding Parsons up was the cage itself.
Vitaliy Bervald defeats Justin Parsons by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:19

Mike Geib vs. Cam Dyck
Round 1: Dyck rushes him and they tumble to the mat. In the scramble Geib locks in a guillotine choke but Dyck defends and pulls his head free and lands a shot from the guard. Geib again looks for the choke but Dyck frees himself easily. Geib works for a sweep but can’t get complete it. Geib continues to work for a guillotine choke but is on no position to finish. Dyck works to pass but Geib and gets to mount. Geib rolls to his side and Dyck feeds him a steady diet of right hands until referee Vern Gorman has seen enough and calls the fight.
Cam Dyck defeats Mike Geib by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 3:06

Clay Dixon vs. Shadey Yellowbird
Round 1: Yellowbird with a leg kick and Dixon immediately gets the takedown. Yellowbird gets back to his feet against the cage and Dixon knees the thighs. Dixon with a big suplex and passes to mount. Dixon with an armbar but Yellowbird with a nice escape but Dixon has side control. Dixon again passes to mount and Yellowbird tries to sweep but caught in an armbar again. Dixon is able to straighten the arm and force the tap.
Clay Dixon submits Shadey Yellowbird by Armbar in Round 1, 2:00

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24 Responses to “ Unified MMA 22 – Live Results and Play-by-Play ”

  1. Dan Amyotte says:

    Fuck yeah Vitaly !!! All that hard work in the gym paid off !!!

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  3. real denny says:

    Dan that ain’t me writing that I have more respect and way to go Tim

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  4. Jared henderson says:

    LOL

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  5. Keith says:

    Dan….you have an opponent for Cold Lake yet? I know a certain HW that needs a fight

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  6. Keith says:

    Streamed the whole card, great night of fights! Good job Sunny and congrats on the new HW champ Tim Hague

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  7. Dan Amyotte says:

    Lol fucking trolls on this site ..Denny and I have a great deal of respect for one another after our last fight …Ken or Sunny haven’t messaged me yet so as far as I know I don’t have an opponent lined up

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  8. Blackout says:

    Hey look, Tim knocked Boser the fuck out. JUST like I said LMAO suck on that you goofs

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  9. Xavier says:

    If you’re worse than Simon shirt you have no room to talk, so blackout you can stfu

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  10. Keith says:

    Dan I think a fight between you and Jared Henderson (2-1, fighting out of MB) would be a fight of the night material…just sayin

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  11. Derek Pearson says:

    gee what happened to all the Hague haters that are usually trolling top mma news?? Congrats Tim!

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  12. Blackout says:

    I can talk and say what I please. My fight record has nothing to do with anything. You’re picking at something that has 0 relevance. Which shows you have no actual ammo.

    And fyi, taking time off to train doesnt make me worse or better than anybody… but it sure as hell makes me smarter.

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  13. Dan Amyotte says:

    I’m down for whatever

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  14. timhague says:

    Thank you to anyone supporting mma. He rushed me and I landed a crisp right when I slipped to the left. Same thing that happened to me in 2009. Tanner will bounce back. Not sure when. Fuck it took me about 4 years to straighten my shit out.

    4 massive ko wins in a row now. I’m a proud man today.

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  15. Keith says:

    Dan that’s why your a competitor…your open to all fights! And Tanner boser will be back, he just got caught exactly like Tim said, but he will be back stronger than ever.

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  16. Bad game plan for boser and his coaches to have him rush in and chance running into a right hand wielded by a close to 300 pound, now fit and fight ready Black Sheep Mma combatant Tim Hague, very reminiscent of hagues first fight in the ufc. On the plus side boser is young, ambitious, will learn from his mistake and come back stronger and wiser than before.

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  18. Blackout says:

    Being the aggressor against a guy like Hague is actually a good idea. Most of Hague’s losses are against guys who took the fight to him. You dont want him getting a rhythem going and getting shots off on ya. I wasn’t there so I dont know HOW exactly Boser approached Tim, but I’m sure it was something minor and Boser won’t be repeating that again anytime soon. He’s a hell of a fighter and he will go far, for sure.

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  19. Islander says:

    Hague’s recent losses come to fast strikers who chose their times to strike wisely, not to guys who rushed him 3 seconds in. That is amateur.

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  20. Against a wily old veteran like hague or any experienced fighter rushing in with reckless abandonment from 20 feet away will not work, there is a reason why they call the 1st round of any combat sport boxing, kickboxing mma etc a feeling out round were you work behind the jab and you pick up the pace as the fight goes on. does one chop down a big sturdy oak tree with one big swipe of the axe? no one chips away with hundreds of strikes and eventually timber!! Boser is younger, fitter, lighter than hague so his game plan should have being to fight hague the same way old school fighter ,I believe it ways Marco Ruas systemiaticly chopped down a much bigger opponent in Big Paul The polar bear Varlens with vicious leg kicks and then when big paul was gassed and could barely stand, go in for the kill. In other words drag your opponent into the latter rounds of the 4th or 5th round then drown him. I know Boser works as a bouncer in one of our local watering holes, thus he must have seen one two many drunks knock each other senseless with a similar move.

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  21. Ryan D says:

    Tim recent loses came due to lack of conditioning and training I believe. Tim looks like a changed man. He was in Good shape for a 265lb. If he keeps this up he good see big things again. The guy has talent this can not be denied. He may be 1-5 in the UFC but when he made it there you had to be good. Now there is a lot if fighters who shouldn’t be there.

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  22. PEDUSER says:

    Ryan D, Tim made it to the UFC because the heavyweight division has always been lacking. Someone at his skill level at 155-170-185-205 wouldn’t have got the call when he did.

    But, credit where credit is due, Tim has improved his fighting game as of late.

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  23. Judging by the bosser fight one can tell hague does not get paid by the hour, if he did he would be one broke fu#ker by now. The only way anybody is gonna beat this 6 second K.O win by Tim is if they tripped, did a faceplant thus knocking themselves out on the way to the cage.

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  24. Cody Saftic says:

    I still think Chris Clements’ will be hard to beat lol

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVydy1Lkknc

    Congrats to Tim though, he worked hard for that win despite the quick nature of the contest.

    Boser is a good kid, he will be back.

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