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Strikeforce: Jordan Mein Vs. Tyler Stinson

Jordan Mein vs. Tyler Stinson

Our first televised bout features welterweights Jordan Mein (24-8) and Tyler Stinson (23-8). The referee will be Dave Hagen.

Round 1: Mein comes right after Stinson, connecting with several big-time strikes to start. Mein is searching for the knockout early by throwing bombs right to the face of Stinson. Mein has caused a cut on Stinson’s face with his serious of blows. Stinson’s eye is starting to swell shut, as Mein continues to apply the pressure. Mein lands a big 1-2 combo that pushes Stinson back against the cage, but Stinson answers back with a big right of his own. Uppercut by Mein, but Stinson tries to fire off his own strike as the round comes to an end.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Mein

Round 2: Mein continues to be aggressve, landing a big body blow that really causes damage to Stinson. Mein with a three-punch combo, but Stinson quickly comes back with a right of his own. Mein coninues to pick apart Stinson, but Stinson shoots in and gets a takedown. Mein quickly gets back up and lands another strike to the face. Mein’s face is now cut as well, landing a few kicks to the legs of Mein is Stinson. Counter hook by Stinson and he may be just stole this round thanks to the takedown.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Stinson

Round 3: Stinson lands kicks to start the round, and a counter punch as well. Stinson continues to push the pace, coming right after Mein. Stinson lands a straight jab, but Mein walks right through it and lands his own. One-two combo by Mein connects, and Stinson misses a sweeping left. Left lands by Mein, as does an uppercut and Mein looks to have found the perfect range now. Mein with a huge right and counters another Stinson punch. The two finish off the fight by exchanging strikes, and we go to the scorecards.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Mein

Jordan Mein def. Tyler Stinson via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)