The latest entry to the One Punch Knockout Theater archives isn’t even a punch, it’s a big left high kick knockout. Not many people have had good things to say about last night’s ProElite II last night. In fact, I haven’t seen anything nice about the show at all and it was deserved. The show was main evented by an absolute snoozer featuring Tim Sylvia and Andreas Kraniotakes. Sad.
The co-main wasn’t much better, however, Andrei Arlovski was able to take his opponent, Travis Fulton, out of his shorts with only a tick left on the clock. Reagan Penn might have gassed in his battle with Evan Cutts and lost, but at least “The Pitbull,” despite fighting not to lose for the first 14:59 of the fight, was able to give the fans a finish.
An Inside Pulse "original", SMS is one of the founding members of Inside Pulse and serves as the Chief Marketing Officer on the Executive Board. Smith is a fan of mixed martial arts and runs two sections of IP as Editor in Chief, RadioExile.com and InsideFights.com. Having covered music festivals around the world as well as conducting interviews with top-class professional wrestlers and musicians, he switched gears from music coverage at Radio Exile to MMA after the first The Ultimate Fighter Finale. He resides with his wife in New York City.
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