brings us SCC 4 RESULTS

Superior Cage Combat’s 4th event was without a doubt the best yet.  THAT was an understatement to say the least.  There’s only one problem…en route from SCC 4 to the MMABADASS donkey cave (bat cave sounds so much cooler), my back went out.  But you know what? I’m going to warrior up and rock this out.  With a more detailed description coming later along with fight pictures and post fight interviews!

Jimmy Jones vs Joao Victor–  Jimmy Jones wins with a 3rd round RNC submission victory.  Back and forth fight with great match making.

Anthony Hamilton vs Walter Harris– Harris wins with a QUICK first round TKO victory…near flawless victory.

Brandon Bender vs Shorty Weikel–  FOTN with Brandon Bender tapping shorty out with  a triangle in the third round.  Crazy fight…exciting as hell, Bender has rapid fire BJJ.

Dominique Robinson vs Paulo Bananada– Extremely controversial decision, that I don’t necessarily agree with.  This fight was similar to Condit vs Diaz with Robinson pursuing Paulo, only Paulo wasn’t countering like Condit was.  Paulo takes a three round decision.

Danny Davis Jr. vs Jaime Yager– Surprising fight, Yager has improved his game, and looked very good.  We are used to seeing a strong opening on the feet from Yager and then a gradual decline in stamina.  DIDN’T HAPPEN.  Yager didn’t gas, and he utilized wrestling to win a hard fought 3 round decision.

John Gunderson vs Justin Buchholz– Wow, what a fight.  This was a back and forth war, where we saw action both on the feet and on the mat.  It didn’t seem like there was any love lost between these two either.  This fight had everything from continuous action, to comebacks, and finally to a great finish.  In the end John Gunderson had his hand raised and a new piece of hardware around his waist as the first SCC Lightweight champion.

Kendall Grove vs Jay Silva– There were some good exchanges in the first round, Kendall looked like he wanted to grapple but Silva was too strong.  They continued to throw with no seriously damaging shots landed as the round came to an end.  Round two opened up with both fighters exchanging once again, and Grove’s reach didn’t seem to affect Silva at all.  Silva willingly exchanged until he caught Kendall with a shot, dropping him and then pounced in for the kill.  Silva locked in a triangle choke to hand Kendall Grove the first submission loss of his career.  Silva wants a rematch with newly crowned MW champion Bristol Marund, and I think SCC should make it happen.

More to come from MMABADASS about this great card!