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Co-main event: Nick Laney vs Matt Young. All of round one was fast paced action with each fighter landing strong punches and kicks when outside and hard knees and punches when clinched. Round two saw Young trapping a teep kick to set up a sweep and after the restart there was a strong exchange of knees in the clinch. Mid-round saw Young accurate with his strikes from the outside while Laney landed power punches when in close. After a brief clinch Laney threw, and landed a powerful head kick that got him the KO win at 1:48 of round two.
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