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Co-Main event: Ryan Martinez vs Derek Lewis for the Worlds Collide professional heavyweight title. Round one opened with good back and forth striking before Martinez secured a takedown. Martinez then worked GNP from side control to set up an Kimura attempt. Lewis rolled out and the fighters stood and traded strikes to end the round. Round two began with more solid strikes from both before Martinez tried for a takedown that Lewis defended. Lewis was able to push Martinez into the cage and from there he landed a series of punches that dropped Martinez. On the ground Lewis landed 1-2 follow up punches to get the title winning TKO at 1:03 of round two.
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