Strikeforce Feijao Vs. Henderson Results: Brian Rogers Smashes Ian Rammel

The third fight of the night at Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson was a middleweight fight between Brian Rogers and Ian Rammel. Rogers is a decent product out of the Strong Style Fight Team in Ohio. Rammel was merely looking to keep his two-fight win streak going.

Here's how BloodyElbow.com called the action:

Rogers tags Rammel right off the bat. A Rammel shot is met by a huge sprwal. Not even close. Rogers goes to town on Rammel against the cage but he survives. Rogers just too quick. Another failed takedown attempt. Huge right knocks Rammel down but Rogers doesn't go into his guard. Back up. Rogers just misses with a huge left. Rammel has not landed one significant strike through three minutes. Rogers tags him again. Rammel taking a pounding as Rogers lands another flurry. He's tough. A left puts Rammel down. Rogers with hammerfists. Rammel tries to grab a leg but Rogers gets out and puts another pounding on him and referee Greg Franklin jumps in to end it. Brian Rogers d. Ian Rammel (TKO/Strikes) R1

Strikeforce results: Brian Rogers defeated Ian Rammel by TKO (strikes) at 4:23 of round one.

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