‘Good vs. Terrill’ Play-by-Play: CFFC 45 Results & Updates

By: Chris Nelson
Feb 7, 2015


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Ricky Bandejas vs. Alfred Jones

Round 1

Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro is the referee for tonight’s opening bantamweight bout. Jones lands a few low kicks before Bandejas grabs hold and muscles the New Yorker against the fence. Bandejas throws his opponent to the ground and moves straight to side control but can’t keep Jones on the floor. Bandejas keeeps hold and spins Jones back to the ground, still keeping his right hook in place as he dumps Jones on his head. Back up comes Jones once again, and now the fighters separate midway through the first round. Jones puts a kick on the body of Bandejas, who changes levels and gets another quick takedown near the fence. There’s not much offense from Bandejas on the ground as he’s kept tight in Jones’ half guard, only scoring with the occasional short punch or elbow. 10-9 Bandejas.

Round 2

Bandejas takes a minute before closing the distance, getting inside on a high double-leg and putting Jones down at the base of the fence. Jones gets up and is put right back down, where Bandejas continues working from half guard. Halfway through the round, Bandejas has nearly advanced to mount, but Jones is keeping his foot trapped in deep half. Bandejas slices Jones open between the eyes with an elbow strike, then stands up and dives back to the mat with a right hand. Jones grabs hold of Bandejas’ right leg and threatens a heel hook, but Bandejas sits down on top and frees his leg, then rides out the final minute in top position. 10-9 Bandejas.

Round 3

The final round is paused a few seconds after it begins, as referee Ribeiro wants to have some of Jones’ blood wiped off the center of the mat. Both men score with body kicks as they spend a minute moving around the cage, striking ineffectively. Jones comes over the top with a nice right hand, and a few seconds later, Bandejas comes in for another takedown and completes it with ease. Bandejas is back in the same position as last round, his left leg trapped in Jones’ deep half guard. With 90 seconds to go, Bandejas passes to full mount and gets Jones to roll over by dropping a few punches. Bandejas slaps on a rear-naked choke, and Jones struggles for a few moments before tapping out.

The Official Result

Ricky Bandejas def. Alfred Jones via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R3 3:45

Donta Wade vs. Jamelle Jones

Round 1

Dan Miragliotta is the referee for this light heavyweight bout. Jones takes the center of the cage while the southpaw Wade spends the opening 90 seconds cutting angles around the perimeter. Halfway through the first round, neither man has landed any significant offense. Jones works his way into range with pawing left hands, ducks low and dumps Wade to the ground with a double-leg. Wade gets right back to his feet and creates space between himself and the wrestler, keeping Jones at a distance with jabs. Again, Jones throws a looping left to close the gap, then changes levels and slams Wade down. Jones pops Wade with a couple right hands to the face before Wade is able to stand and shove him away. Jones finishes the round slapping Wade in the face with a high kick. 10-9 Jones.

Round 2

After another minute of inactivity, referee Miragliotta calls both fighters to the center and tells them to engage. Jones pushes Wade to the fence, looking for another takedown. Wade shoves him off and throws a kick, which is caught by Jones and used to rush Wade back against the fence. Wade leaps into the air as he’s being pushed, looping an arm over the top of the fence to prevent being slammed. Referee Miragliotta pauses the action to take a point away from Wade. As soon as action resumes, Jones drags Wade to the ground and lights him up with a hailstorm of punches. Wade rolls over, and referee Miragliotta steps in to stop the fight.

The Official Result

Jamelle Jones def. Donta Wade via TKO (Punches) R2 1:59

Sergio da Silva vs. Tuan Pham

Round 1

Keith Peterson is the referee for this 130-pound bout. Pham tests the range with jabs, then stuffs a single-leg shot from da Silva and blasts away with three or four hard uppercuts. Da Silva keeps trying for the takedown, eventually bringing Pham to his knees, and now “The Savage” spins around to secure back-mount. Da Silva applies a body triangle and begins fishing for a rear-naked choke, trying to soften up Pham with punches from the back. Pham tries to peel away da Silva’s legs and leaves his neck open, but da Silva is unable to capitalize. Pham finally pulls the leg away and turns over to set up in top position with two minutes left in the round. Da Silva hunts for an arm or leg from underneath, but Pham is staying out of danger while tagging his man with left hands to the face and body. 10-9 Pham.

Round 2

Pham sticks a couple jabs in the face of da Silva, then adds a few knees to the body when da Silva grabs for another single-leg. Da Silva eats the strikes to get a takedown, but once they’re ont he floor, Pham stands and turns the corner to jump on da Silva’s back. Pham is too high and he’s easily shaken off by da Silva, though “Kid Thunder” socks da Silva with a few good hammer fists before he winding up on his back. Pham sits up and drives forward, looking to pick the ankle. Da Silva sprawls on the shot and returns the favor by taking Pham’s back again. Pham immediately slips out the back door and lands in half guard, with da Silva’s left arm trapped between his legs. Da Silva frees the arm after 20 seconds and starts throwing punches from underneath while Pham keeps busy with hammer fists. With 90 seconds on the clock, Pham stands and shucks the legs to dive back down into side control. It’s full mount for Pham, then back-mount with both hooks in as da Silva rolls over to give up his back. Da Silva tries to escape out the back door but winds up stuck with Pham punching him for the final 30 seconds. 10-9 Pham.

Round 3

Both men look tired at the start of the final round, standing a few feet apart and failing to engage for the first minute. Pham flicks out jabs, pulling up short with the punches but succeeding in keeping da Silva on the outside. After two minutes, da Silva shoots a high double-leg against the fence and puts Pham on the floor. Da Silva pins down Pham’s right arm but can’t manage any offense, as Pham is holding on to da Silva’s left wrist to prevent strikes. Pham sweeps and stands, then tries to jump on da Silva’s back, but he goes right over the top and winds up on his back again. Pham sits up and drives forward on da Silva, hitting a takedown of his own in the final 30 seconds. Da Silva is warned for grabbing the fence by referee Peterson, and Pham gets the last word in the bout with a few punches to the face. 10-9 da Silva (29-28 Pham).

The Official Result

Tuan Pham def. Sergio da Silva via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Pat Sabatini vs. Robert Watley

Round 1

Vitor Ribeiro is the referee for this 150-pound bout. Watley snuffs out the first takedown attempt from Sabatini and establishes himself in the center of the cage. Ninety seconds in, Watley initiates a clinch against the fence, but Sabatini turns it around, lifts Watley into the air with a single-leg and slams him to the ground. Watley bounces back up, still pressed against the fence by Sabatini, who’s trying to take back-mount but is being blocked by the fence on the right side. Watley stands and gets slammed back down, and now Sabatini is able to secure the back with both hooks in. Watley nearly gets caught in a rear-naked choke but frees himself by rolling over. Sabatini stays glued to Watley as they stand, using a rear waistlock to drag him back down. Watley stands yet again and puts his back to the fence. Sabatini switches levels to try another single-leg, takes a few elbows to the side of the head and gives up on the takedown. 10-9 Sabatini.

Round 2

Watley presses the action at the start of the round, switching stances and advancing to move Sabatini around the outside. When Sabatini steps in to clinch, Watley drills him with a knee to the body and leg kick on the exit. Sabatini answers with a leg kick of his own before Watley grabs the Thai plum and leaps into range with another knee. Sabatini gets a single-leg off the clinch, tries to slam Watley but can’t, as “Contact” jumps into the air to defend the takedown. Sabatini ducks under and slips around to take the back, winding up in the same position as round one, with the cage blocking the back-take. Watley breaks loose with a hard elbow to the face of Sabatini, now with two minutes on the clock. Kicks to the leg and chest score for Watley before he pushes Sabatini against the cage with double underhooks. Watley stays busy in the clinch, throwing knees to Sabatini’s body and legs. 10-9 Watley.

Round 3

Watley uses kicks to keep his opponent on the outside before closing the distance and putting Sabatini’s back against the fence. Sabatini reverses the position, drops for a double-leg and then switches to a single. Watley defends the takedown but can’t get off the fence as Sabatini holds him there with over-unders. Watley gets the outside position with 3:00 left in the fight and gives Sabatini a few more stiff knees to the gut. The knees keep coming from Watley, now targeting Sabatini’s legs and chest. With two minutes to go, the fighters reset in the center. Watley sticks a jab, a left hook and starts shouting at Sabatini, who tries to shoot and gets sprawled all over. From the sprawl, Watley scores with elbows to the body and head, keeping Sabatini on his knees as the final minute ticks down. Sabatini gets off his knees and stands but nonetheless finishes the fight absorbing elbows from Watley. 10-9 Watley (29-28 Watley).

The Official Result

Robert Watley def. Pat Sabatini via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Chase Owens vs. Michael Wilcox

Round 1

Vitor Ribeiro is the referee for this 180-pound bout. Wilcox catches one of Owens’ first kicks and slams him to the ground. Owens prevents Wilcox from passing to side control with a loose guillotine choke, so Wilcox sets up in the Ohioan’s open guard and begins dropping short left hands. Owens tries to roll and escape but leaves his neck open for a brabo choke, which Wilcox slaps on in a flash and cranks to force the submission.

The Official Result

Michael Wilcox def. Chase Owens via Submission (Brabo Choke) R1 2:15

Danny Holmes vs. Michael Andrillo

Round 1

Dan Miragliotta is the referee for this light heavyweight bout. Holmes stays on the outside for the opening minute, picking at Andrillo with a few leg kicks. Andrillo closes the gap and puts Holmes against the fence with an underhook. Holmes reverses right away and drills Andrillo with a knee to the liver, sending “The Inferno” to the floor in a heap. Holmes lands three or four jackhammer left hands before referee Miragliotta steps in to rescue the downed man.

The Official Result

Danny Holmes def. Michael Andrillo via KO (Knee to the Body) R1 1:40

Joseph Agostini vs. Christian Leonard

Round 1

Keith Peterson is the referee for this welterweight bout. Leonard floors Agostini with a stiff jab early, then catches him trying to stand with a hard knee to the face. Leonard allows him to get up, and Agostini walks into another hard punch. Agostini shoots for a takedown, can’t get it and has to keep chasing after the younger man. One more jab to the face sends Agostini to his seat, and this time referee Peterson steps in to stop the fight. After the stoppage, Agostini gets up and shoves Peterson, trying to get at Leonard to continue the fight, but this one is over.

The Official Result

Christian Leonard def. Joseph Agostini via TKO (Punches) R1 1:42

Shane Burgos vs. Terrell Hobbs

Round 1

Vitor Ribeiro is the referee for this featherweight bout. Hobbs slaps with a leg kick inside and lands a pair of right hands down the center. Burgos scores with a left hook upstairs while Hobbs puts one on the body. A right hook rocks Hobbs, who recovers quickly and catches Burgos coming in with a clinch on the fence. Hobbs slows the pace for a moment before releasing and cracking Burgos with a right hook on the end of a combination. Hobbs’ hands are fast but he’s having a little trouble finding his range consistently against 5-foot-11 Burgos, who has a four-inch height advantage. Nonetheless, Hobbs is the busier striker, fending off Burgos with combinations as the “Hurricane” moves forward. Burgos clips with a left hook counter that stings Hobbs and has him turning to escape. Burgos gives chase and floors Hobbs with a partially blocked right high kick, then keeps pounding as Hobbs climbs back to his feet. A few more punches send Hobbs back to the canvas, and this time referee Ribeiro stops the fight.

The Official Result

Shane Burgos def. Terrell Hobbs via TKO (Punches) R1 4:03

Jay Coleman vs. Jared Gordon

Round 1

Vitor Ribeiro is the referee for this 150-pound bout. Gordon catches a spinning-back kick on the shoulder and uses it to shove Coleman to the ground. From guard, Gordon drops hammer fists, then defends against an armbar by stacking up and sitting down on top of Coleman. Gordon tries an armbar of his own from side control, but Coleman escapes and gets back to his feet. Coleman tries a standing guillotine against the fence, can’t finish it, and now the lightweights reset in the center of the cage. Gordon scores with a looping right hook and lands a knee to the face as Coleman shoots for a takedown. Coleman eats the strike and gets Gordon to the ground, where he tries to take the back and gets shaken off. Out the back door comes Gordon to put some hard right hands on Coleman’s face. Coleman covers up as Gordon pours on the punches with less than 30 seconds to go, and with Coleman offering nothing in return, referee Ribeiro stops the fight.

The Official Result

Jared Gordon def. Jay Coleman via TKO (Punches) R1 4:47

CFFC Interim Welterweight Title Fight:
Lyman Good vs. Micah Terrill

Round 1

Dan Miragliotta is the referee for the first of tonight’s title bouts. Good lands the first hard shot, a right hand over the top that puts Terrill on his back. Terrill recovers right away and gets back to his feet, where the welterweights begin trading leg kicks. Good turns Terrill’s head with another right cross and continues moving the Conquest BJJ fighter around the perimeter. Terrill is fighting with his back to the fence, pawing with punches but not finding his mark with much. Good sticks a jab, takes a kick to the lead leg and then gets Terrill to backpedal away with a right straight. Good catches a low kick and sticks a straight punch in Terrill’s face while tripping him to the ground. Terrill gets to his knees and turtles up, allowing Good to jump on his back and flatten him out with 80 seconds left on the clock. Good slaps on a rear-naked choke, and even though the submission doesn’t appear to be fully sunk in, Terrill taps out.

The Official Result

Lyman Good def. Micah Terrill via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R1

CFFC Lightweight Title Fight:
Jordan Stiner vs. Darrell Horcher

Round 1

Vitor Ribeiro is the referee for tonight’s 155-pound championship main event. The lightweights spend the first two minutes feeling out the range, southpaw Horcher connecting with the few clean shots. Stiner gets a warning from referee Ribeiro for leaving his outstretched hand open and poking Horcher in the eye. When action resumes, Horcher continues scoring with straight left hands down the center, then begins mixing up his strikes to the body and head. Horcher shows a little frustration now, dropping his hands and shrugging at Stiner, who is not engaging on the feet. Horcher backs up Stiner with a left straight-outside leg kick combo. Stiner sticks a jab in the last 30 seconds but there’s not much more offense to speak of from Pennsylvanian. 10-9 Horcher.

Round 2

Stiner comes out with a little more activity in round two, but after a few punches, Horcher slows him down with a counter left. Horcher has Stiner on his back foot again; Stiner feints and fakes, trying to lure Horcher in and counterstrike, but “The Saint” isn’t taking the bait. Not much action to speak of midway through the round, with Stiner throwing sporadic jabs from the outside while Horcher’s activity has dropped off, too. Horcher lands a jab down the middle and a leg kick behind it. Stiner sends a couple straight rights down the pipe, but Horcher keeps his head off-center and dodges the strikes. Horcher ups his volume a little in the final 20 seconds, hitting Stiner with two punches in a three-piece combo and a stiff jab before the bell. 10-9 Horcher.

Round 3

Stiner catches a leg kick and tries to convert it to a clinch or takedown, but Horcher punches him out of range. Horcher blocks a right high kick, and the lightweights come back to the middle of the cage to resume their feinting and twitching. Horcher rocks Stiner’s head with a jab-uppercut combo, then counters a jab with a left hook to the temple. Horcher stuffs a takedown attempt, stands Stiner up and bloodies his nose with a straight left. Stiner throws a right high kick and gets blasted with a left hook counter on the temple that sends him collapsing to his knees in the center of the cage. Horcher stands over him, blasting away with punches until referee Ribeiro stops the fight. Darrell Horcher is the new CFFC lightweight champion.

The Official Result

Darrell Horcher def. Jordan Stiner via TKO (Head Kick and Punches) R3 3:45

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