WILFREDO SANTIAGO JR. KNOCKS OUT CHUCK O’NEIL IN 41 SECONDS IN MAIN EVENT AT ‘AXS TV FIGHTS: CES MMA 39’
Los Angeles – Nov. 4, 2016 – Just 41 seconds into the main event of AXS TV FIGHTS: CES MMA 39, Wilfredo Santiago Jr. (7-3) landed a right hand to knock out Chuck O’Neil (17-9). AXS TV FIGHTS commentators Pat Miletich and “The Voice” Michael Schiavello break down the night’s action from the Plymouth Memorial Hall in Plymouth, Massachusetts: http://bit.ly/CES39_Highlights
Additional highlights include:
Peter Barrett (7-0) landed a liver kick to put away Jeremy Davis (3-1) in the second round.
Kevin Haley (6-3) injured Mike Rodgriguez’s (5-2) ankle after catching him in a toe hold early in the first round to win by submission.
Micah Terrill (9-6) landed a barrage of punches to knock out Bobby Flynn (6-4) a minute into round one.
Official results for CES MMA 39 are as follows:
Televised Main Card
Main Event – Middleweight Fight – Wilfredo Santiago Jr. (7-3) defeated Chuck O’Neil (17-9) by knockout (punch) at 0:41 in round one.
Co-Main Event – Featherweight Fight – Manny Bermudez (8-0) defeated Saul Almeida (18-8) by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).
Catchweight Fight (150 pounds) – Peter Barrett (7-0) defeated Jeremy Davis (3-1) via TKO (Liver Kick) at 1:55 in round two.
Light Heavyweight Fight – Kevin Haley (6-3) defeated Mike Rodriguez (5-2) via submission (toe hold) at 1:08 in round one.
Welterweight Fight – Micah Terrill (9-6) defeated Bobby Flynn (6-4) via TKO (punches) at 1:10 in round one.
Catchweight Fight (140 pounds) – Dan Dubuque (4-1) defeated Max Barrett (3-1) via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28).
Flyweight Fight – Josh Ricci (3-0) defeated Remo Cardarelli (6-5) via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27).
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