Unified 37 – Live Results and Play-by-Play

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Unified MMA 37 goes down live tonight from the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch, Alberta just outside Edmonton. In the main event Tanner Boser will fight in Alberta for the first time in over two years when he defends the Heavyweight strap against Jared Kilkenny and Teddy Ash puts his Light-Heavyweight Title on the line against BJJ black belt challenger Neil Berry.

Fans in Canada can catch the entire card live on Fite TV HERE at 8:40pm et. Top MMA News will be cageside bringing you a live play-by-play of all the action.

  • Knockout of the Night: Christian Larsen
  • Fight of the Night: Tanner Boser vs. Jared Kilkenny
  • Submission of the Night: Laine Foxton

Pro/205lbs- Tanner Boser (15-5-1) vs. Jared Kilkenny (13-10)
***Heavyweight Title Fight
Round 1: They feel each other out and Boser strikes first with a leg kick and another. Kilkenny with a double jab and another leg kick from Boser. Big right by Boser lands but Kilkenny eats it. Nice inside leg kick by Boser and they trade jabs. Boser ducks a right and lands and looks to touch the chin but comes up short. Kilkenny checks a leg kick and both men cautious of the others power. High kick by Boser is blocked. Boser lands another leg kick and Kilkenny looks to respond and a leg kick. Stiff jab from Kilkenny and a jab to the body from Boser and one upstairs. Boser with a combo to the body and a leg kick. High kick from Kilkenny is short and one from Boser is also blocked. Calf kick from Boser and the feeling out round ends with a solid combo from Boser. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Boser

Round 2: Boser right hand and short with a high kick. Kilkenny answers with a leg kick and keeps landing little leg kicks. Kilkenny lands one and Boser kicks to the body and another inside leg kick. Boser with a right and a leg kick and Kilkenny lands. Boser combo defended and doesn’t get all of it. Boser with a bog kick to the midsection and another one echoes through the building. Boser lands another to the body and an overhand right. High kick partially blocked by Kilkenny. They tie up on the cage and Kilkenny lands a knee low and they pause the action briefly. On the restart Kilkenny sticks a jab and looks to land and another huge body kick from Boser. Kilkenny comes back with a hard body kick of his own. Boser blocks a high kick and slams a leg kick. Boser combo falls short and he lands a front kick. Kilkenny sticks a jab just before the bell. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Boser

Round 3: Kilkenny eager to start the third and looks for the body kick but it’s blocked. Boser with a combo but can’t find the mark. Kilkenny puts on the pressure and lands a solid flurry that backs Boser to the cage for the most significant combo of the fight so far for Kilkenny. Boser ties him up to slow the pace and they break off the cage. Boser keeps hammering away with inside leg kicks and goes to the body. Big right bloodies the nose of Kilkenny. Boser lands a kick to the body and an inside leg kick and another. Front kick to the mid-section lands for Boser and more inside leg kicks. A big combo and an overhand right from Boser. More leg kicks and a jab from Boser. Boser keeps slamming the huge leg kicks to the thigh of Kilkenny. They trade jabs and Boser with more leg kicks. Kilkenny connects and opens a cut over Boser’s right eye and he answers back. They trade heavy shots as time runs down. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Boser

Round 4: Kilkenny lands and backs Boser up and lands a leg kick. Boser back to the inside leg kicks. Boser with a bog combo and body kick followed by another inside leg kick. Nice combo by Boser who connects with a right and a leg kick. Boser with a one-two, leg kick and sticks a jab. Boser slams a big leg kick to the knee and Kilkenny drops to a knee and winces. Boser steps away and referee Luke Boutin steps in just as Kilkenny is popping back to his feet. Kilkenny immediately protests the stoppage and insists he was still good to fight.
Tanner Boser defeats Jared Kilkenny by TKO (Leg Kicks) in Round 4, 2:17
***Boser retains Heavyweight Title

Pro/205lbs- Teddy Ash (13-4) vs. Neil Berry (8-8)
***Light-Heavyweight Title Fight
Round 1: Ash avoids the high kick and they feel each other out until Ash avoids another high kick, Ash drops Berry with a right but he pops back out and kicks the body. They jockey for position against the cage and Berry looks to take the back. Berry knees the thighs and connects with a right. Ash spins and knees the body. Berry ties up the arm and lands and elbow before looking for the throw but Ash stays on his feet. Berry hammers the thigh and lands a chipping right. Ash lands to the body and tries to work off the cage but Berry staying heavy and Social wants more action and separates them. Ash connects with a big right and drops him before landing some follow up shots. Ash stands up briefly before dropping back down and hammering away with massive lefts on Berry who’s covering up. Social gives Berry a chance but finally steps in.
Teddy Ash defeats Neil Berry by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 4:17
***Ash retains Light-Heavyweight Title

Pro/150lbs- Craig Shintani (8-2) vs. Neal Anderson (9-3)
Round 1: Shintani immediately lands a huge overhand right but Anderson eats it and lands a leg kick, Shintani catches the next one and connects. A big body kick by Shintani lands and a low calf kick. They trade some more leg kicks and a combo from Anderson ends with a leg kick that Shintani catches. Anderson catches Shintani coming in with a stiff right hook to the temple that drops Shintani to his back. Anderson follows up with a few shots on the ground until Boutin can step in to rescue Shintani who appears to be out but they call it a TKO.
Neal Anderson defeats Craig Shintani by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 1:25

Pro/185lbs- KB Bhullar (6-0) vs. Cody Krahn (16-13)
Round 1: Both men trade and Krahn pushes him against the cage. Chipping shots from Krahn and they battle for position. Bhullar rips one to the body and Krahn with a knee to the body before they break off the cage. Clashing leg kicks and Bhullar lands and Krahn answers back and a leg kick. Bhullar sticks the jab and looks for the teep. Krahn with the little leg kick and Bhullar with the flying knee and Krahn smiles at him. Vicious leg kick by Krahn followed up with a body kick of equal or greater force from Bhullar. Bhullar secures the thai clinch and looks to land the knee. Bhullar steps away and lands a pair of thudding leg kicks and follows up combo against the cage that drops Krahn to a knee. Bhullar continues to launch rapid fire rights on Krahn until referee Andy Social steps in.
KB Bhullar defeats Cody Krahn by TKO (Punches) in Round 1, 3:04

Pro/265lbs- Christian Larsen (3-1) vs. Tyler King (12-7)
Round 1: No glove touch and Larsen quickly conects with acombo. Leg kick by King and Larsen with a big barrage that backs King up. Larsen keeps firing and King covers up and retreats. Larsen unloads a massive flurry of absolute BOMBS on King against the cage dropping him to the mat. King pops up like a zombie but Larsen fires huge right uppercuts that put King out cold. What a knockout!!!
Christian Larsen defeats Tyler King by KO (Punches) in Round 1, 0:56

Pro/165lbs- Roger Alves (4-1) vs. Cole Campbell (2-2)
Round 1: Campbell with a leg kick to open the action. They exchange some shots and Alves with the double but Campbell defends. Alves puts his back on the cage and gets the takedown. Alves in the full guard and chips away at the body. Campbell throws up an armbar attempt but Alves pulls free and passes to side control. Campebell looking to shrimp out and Alves looking to snatch the neck but Campbell defends. Alves back to side control but Campbell re-guards briefly before Alves passes right back to side control. Alves with some short elbows and Campbell works back to his feet and they tie up. Alves gets the double and dumps him to the mat to halfguard. Alves postures and lands and passes the legs. Campbell works to stand and Alves looking for the guillotine. Alves in north/south and Campbell in turtle. Campbell back up briefly and taken right back down and Alves chips away until time expires. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Alves

Round 2: Alves blocks a right and Campbell with a leg kick that prompts the double leg from Alves. Campbell wall walks but Alves puts him right back down. Alves passes to half guard and looking for the cradle. Campbell pulls his head free and Alves to north/south. Campbell back to half guard and Alves throws aside a leg lock attempt but gets caught on the way up. Alves back looking for the double and gets the slam. Alves looking to pass but Campbell locks up his guard. Alves steps over to half guard but Campbell rolls him with a kimura. Alves back on the legs like a dog on a bone and Camobell looks for the 100% sweep but Alves just tosses him to the mat and settles back into side control. Campbell to turtle and Alves looking for guillotine and Campbell back to his feet only to get double leg slammed once more. Alves chipping away but Campbell doing well to tie up the hands and the round ends with Alves on top. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Alves

Round 3: Campbell with a leg kick and a nice kick to the body before stuffing a takedown. Alves right back on another and gets it. Campbell with a deep armbar but Alves guts it out and pulls his head free. Campbell works back up and Alves with another double to full guard. Alves passes to half guard and Campbell looking for the kimura but Alves spins out and pushes Campbell back against the cage and drags him to the mat. Campbell working his legs high from the bottom and gets back to his feet and Alves working for another single. Alves with the body lock and switches to the single. Back to the double and Campbell looking for another kimura. Alves frees his arm and into quarter guard. Campbell to turtle and back to his feet and Campbell lands a combo and a leg kick and Alves with another takedown attempt and again Campbell to his feet. Alves ends the fight fighting for the single and Campbell landing shots. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Alves
Roger Alves defeats Cole Campbell by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Pro/145lbs- Gurjeet Bilkhu (4-2) vs. Matthew Klute (0-0)
Round 1: Bilkhu looks to land a leg kick and Klute answers with one of his own. Bilkhu with one that lands low but Klute waves off the ref and they trade shots. Klute glances with a head kick and an exchange of punches before Klute ties him up against the cage and muscles him to the mat. Klute in full guard and Bilkhu controlling the posture. Klute trying to get some separation so he can land but can’t connect with anything significant. Klute with a short elbow and takes the back as Bilkhu tries to escape to his feet. Klute lands and Bilkhu trying to shake him off and stands but Klute still on the back and sinks the choke. Bilkhu fighting the hands and shakes him off. Bilkhu connects with a right and Klute misses a head kick but lands the right. Another head kick y Klute and time expires. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Klute

Round 2: Right by Klute and a leg kick by Bilkhu in response. They trade shots and Klute connects with a combo and pressures him against the cage. Klute with some knees to the body and Bilkhu reverses positions and looks for the kimura sweep. Klute pulls his arm free and drops for the single against the cage but lets go. A Klute knee lands low and a timeout. On the restart a Bilkhu leg kick is checked and Klute lands one and another. Bilkhu lands a leg kick and both men trade shots with Klute seemingly getting the better of the exchange. Klute drives him into the cage and gets the body lock and knees the thighs and the body. Klute circles to the back and drags him to the mat. Klute working for the hooks and Klute moves to side control and lands a barrage of elbows. Bilkhu gives his back and Klute rains down punches. Bilkhu tries to scramble and Klute continues to fire away until the end of the round. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Klute

Round 3: At the start of the round referee Luke Boutin calls for the doc to check on Bilkhu and we’re good to go. Klute with a right and a leg kick and another. Klute high kick just misses and they both exchange rights. They clash and tie up briefly and Bilkhu lands but they trade leg kicks. Klute slips a shot and connects with a right and another combo. Klute drives forward, gets the body lock and lands knees to the thigh. Klute drops for the single but Bilkhu pushes him away. Klute with double underhooks and looks to trip him to the mat. More knees to the thigh from Klute and circles to the back and drags him down. Klute hammers away as Bilkhu covers up. Bilkhu ties up the hand but Klute able to pull it free and keeps landing. Klute takes side control as Bilkhu rolls and Klute passes to mount and looking for the arm-triangle. He abandons it and rains down punches after the ten second warning, Bilkhu is offering no defense and Klute rightfully secures the late finish.
Matt Klute defeats Gurjeet Bilkhu by TKO (Punches) in Round 3, 4:54

 

Am/155lbs- Connor Funk (0-0) vs. Damian McGeary (1-0)
Round 1: McGeary with a leg kick and Funk answers back. Funk lands a few chipping shots and McGeary with a nice low leg kick. Another leg kicks briefly drops Funk but he’s right back up. Funk has already switches stances and lands a kick to the body and McGeary with one of his own. Funk looks to land but McGeary connects on the counter. Another kick to body by McGeary and a strong combo lands with authority. McGeary with another hard right and a leg kick in the closing seconds. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 McGeary

Round 2: Funk connects with a straight right and McGeary unleashes a flurry of punches but Funk survives and looks to land. McGeary winging big punches and a body kick. McGeary connects with two more solid shots and leg kick leads to another hard right. Big body kick by McGeary and Funk slips on his attempt but McGeary lets him back to his feet. McGeary snaps the head back with another right and follows up on the cage. McGeary crumples Funk with a body shot and referee Andy Social steps in and calls the bout.
Damian McGeary defeats Connor Funk by TKO (Punch to the Body) in Round 2, 2:19

Am/125lbs- Jessie Atwell (2-3) vs. Mitch Wiles (0-1)
Round 1: Body kick to start by Atwell and he drives Wiles to the cage. They battle for position and Wiles lands aright on the exit. They trades shots and a front kick to the body by Wiles. Atwell shoots for the takedown but it’s defended. Atwell continues to work for the takedown against the cage. Wiles defending well and is able to stay vertical. Atwell steps off and lands a solid right. They exchange shots and leg kicks and Atwell with a body kick. Atwell drives him against the cage again and has the body lock. Atwell working hard for the double and gets it against the cage at the ten second warning and finishes the round on top. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Atwell

Round 2: Wiles with a body kick and Atwell with the quick takedown to butterfly guard. Wiles able to work back to his feet and Atwell pressures him against the cage. Atwell working for the single and knees the body. Wiles looking to land and get off the fence but Atwell maintains control. Atwell driving for the double but Wiles latches onto a guillotine. They separate and Wiles connects with a hard right and a keeps landing. Wiles eats a body kick and gets the trip takedown. Atwell gives up his back but he’s able to stand before getting into trouble. Wiles with the kimura sweep takedown and uses it to pass to mount. Wiles takes the back but runs out of time in the round. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Wiles

Round 3: Both men trading shots and Wiles catches a leg kick and trips Atwell to the mat but he pops right back up. Atwell with the body lock against the cage and looks for the ankle pick and gets the takedown to full guard. Atwell works the body and Wiles looking to push him off. Wiles looking to re-guard but Atwell passes to side control. Wiles to his knees and gets the sweep. Atwell looks to stand and Wiles tries to jump on his back but can’t get control. Atwell drives him back into the cage and looks for the single and gets it in the dying seconds and the fight comes to an end. Top MMA News scores round 10-9 Atwell
Jessie Atwell defeats Mitch Wiles by Unanimous Decision

Am/165lbs- Jesse Bull (3-5) vs. Laine Foxton (0-1)
Round 1:Foxton rushes forward and immediately drops him with a big right, he follows him to the mat and looks to land. Bull weathers the storm and looks to work his way back to his feet but Foxton stays heavy. Bull gets back up only to get doubled back to the ground. Foxton presses him against the cage and works to take the back but Bull trying to escape out the back. Foxton sinks his hooks and lands before sliding his arm under the chin. Foxton locks it up and forces the tap.
Laine Foxton submits Jesse Bull by Rear-Naked Choke in Round 1, 1:54

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Pro Fights:
265lbs- Tanner Boser (15-5-1) vs. Jared Kilkenny (13-10)
***Heavyweight Title Fight

205lbs- Teddy Ash (13-4) vs. Neil Berry (8-8)
***Light-Heavyweight Title Fight

150lbs- Craig Shintani (8-2) vs. Neal Anderson (9-3)
185lbs- KB Bhullar (6-0) vs. Cody Krahn (16-13)
265lbs- Christian Larsen (3-1) vs. Tyler King (12-7)
165lbs- Roger Alves (4-1) vs. Cole Campbell (2-2)

16 Responses to “ Unified 37 – Live Results and Play-by-Play ”

  1. Christian Larsen says:

    And this is why you don’t run your mouth on social media before a fight…

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  2. Thoughts says:

    Who was running their mouth before the fight? Lol

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  3. EAC says:

    Tyler King. Unfortunately even an ass whipping as bad as he got will probably only shut him up for a couple weeks

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  4. 780 Bad Boy says:

    Pretty good fights. Couple thoughts

    1. The notion that KB is ready for the UFC is utterly laughable. Beating Cody Krahn and a bunch of local Alberta fighters doesnt prepare you for the UFC. He needs to beat tough American and international fighters

    2. Tanner Boser is ready for the UFC.

    3. Teddy Ash is ready for the UFC

    4. Watching Roger Alves dry hump his way to victory for 3 rounds is always fun, perfect time to get a beer and go and have a smoke

    5. Neal Anderson is on fire, but he cant hang with Shaolin

    6. Shintani needs to pick a weight, 145 might be the best bet for him

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  5. #TheSuperfan says:

    Hidden due to low comment rating. Click here to see.

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  6. Joe Dirt says:

    Shannon Ritch is still alive?

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  7. Buddy says:

    https://youtu.be/L4AlPp33VUo

    Is Shannon Ritch still letting guys take the night off?

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  8. Spencer Jebb says:

    Shannon Ritch taps out from top pressure ffs

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  9. FanBoi says:

    LOL good god…Shannon Ritch really? Don’t let these scammers take advantage of you just because you’re a super fan. And Sunny, you’re doing a great job, don’t “loosen the purse strings” for this nonsense…

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  10. Tanner Boser says:

    Superfan, why are you trying to get all your friends killed?

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  11. Marty Jannety says:

    I thought the Alves Campbell fight was good….some fans still just wanna see guys “stand and bang” I guess

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  12. Cody Krahn says:

    Obviously beating me doesn’t punch your ticket to the UFC.

    But now KB can start fighting some mid to upper level journeymen from the states. If his momentum keeps up, he can progress to ex bellator/ufc vets. By that point I’m sure he’ll be scouted out.

    Entirely possible he could be on Dana’s contender series in the near future.

    Also Tanner has been a UFC caliber heavyweight for some time now. Be great to see him get on that Edmonton card.

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  13. ryan durkin says:

    Am I the only one who wants to see Boser vs Gane or some cross unified TKO promotion?

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  14. Cody Rempel says:

    I’d love to see Boser vs. Gane, Dyczka or Joynson but TKO and BFL always have their guys locked up pretty tight!

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  15. Cody Rempel says:

    Gane has signed with the UFC and will take on Raphael Pessoa at UFC on ESPN+ 14 in Uruguay

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  16. Mma420 says:

    If teddy doesn’t get a shot in UFC this July how bout brining In freshly cut Elias Theodorou . Winning record in ufc , might be the last one needed to get over that hump if he already isn’t.

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