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Pro Elite 2: Big Guns Results

| November 6, 2011 | Reply

Making their television debut on HDNet, last night’s ProElite 2: Big Guns showcase the big guys, with six heavyweight bouts on the main card. Anchored by two former UFC heavyweight champions (separate bouts) the event also kicked off the ProElite heavyweight grand prix.

The lone non-heavyweight bout on the main card was Reagan Penn (1-0) making his second professional appearance against Evan Cutts (2-0). Penn looked impressive in his MMA debut were he submitted Paul Gardiner in the first round at ProElite: Arlovski vs. Lopez.

Main Card:

265 lbs. Grand Prix Quarterfinals: Richard Odoms defeated Rodney Housley by Unanimous Decision

265 lbs. Grand Prix Quarterfinals: Cody Griffin defeated Justyn Riley by 3rd rd. TKO

265 lbs. Grand Prix Quarterfinals: Jake Heun defeated Ed Carpenter by 1st rd. TKO

265 lbs. Grand Prix Quarterfinals: Ryan Martinez defeated Mark Ellis by Unanimous Decision

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Richard Odoms, Cody Griffin, Jake Heum and Ryan Martinez advance to the Grand Prix Semifinals

170 lbs.: Evan Cutts defeated Reagon Penn by Unanimous Decision

265 lbs.: Andrei Arlovski defeated Travis Fulton by 3rd rd. KO

265 lbs.: Tim Sylvia defeated Andreas Kraniotakes by Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card:

Waylon Lowe defeated Floyd Hodges by 2nd rd. TKO

Todd Monaghan defeated Richard McCraw by 1st rd. Submission (Rear Naked Choke)

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Tags: Andreas Kraniotakes, Andrei Arlovski, Cody Griffin, Ed Carpenter, Evan Cutts, Jake Heun, Justyn Riley, Mark Ellis, Mixed Martial Arts, MMA, ProElite, ProElite 2: Big Guns, Reagan, Results, Richard Odoms, Rodney Housley, Ryan Martinez, Tim Sylvia, Travis Fulton

Category: MMA, Pro Elite, Results

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