Strikeforce Feijao Vs. Henderson Results: Jason Freeman Makes Jason Riley Tap To Strikes

The fourth fight of the night at Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson was a heavyweight tilt between Jason Freeman and Jason Riley. Freeman was coming into this bout looking to get his career past the .500 mark. Riley, on the other hand, was simply looking to end a two-fight losing skid. Riley also holds a loss to former Olympian Daniel Cormier.

Yet, there really wasn't much to this bout. Jason Freeman, who has competed in the past at light heavyweight, make very quick work of Jason Riley. According to multiple reports, things started and ended chaotically. Freeman came out firing kicks, but mostly missing his target. Riley, out of nowhere, lands a huge shot and drops Freeman to the canvas. Riley jumped on Freeman, but somehow Freeman was able to find a way back to his feet. Freeman looked very badly hurt and wobbled, but Riley assumed his opposition was finished when they weren't. That's when the tables turned. Freeman then dropped Riley to the canvas where he unloaded punches and hammerfists until the Riley actually tapped from strikes.

Strikeforce results: Jason Freeman defeated Jason Riley via submission (strikes) at 1:52 of round one.

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