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Dynamite!! USA main card results

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Dynamite!! USA presented by SoftBank was held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif. Brock Lesnar, the former WWE wrestler, won the main event in the heavyweight fight with a first-round submission. He defeated Min Soo Kim at 1:09 in the first-round.

Royce Gracie won the catchweight bout co-main event. He defeated Kazushi Sakuraba via a unanimous decision at 188 pounds.

Brock Lesnar (Getty Images)

Brock Lesnar (Getty Images)

Hideo Tokoro ended his lightweight fight in the first-round. He defeated Brad Pickett with an armbar submission at the 2:41 mark.

Yoon Dong-Sik also won his fight with an armbar submission. Dong-Sik won his catchweight a 192-pound bout over Melvin Manhoef in the second-round at the 1:17 mark.

Mighty Siliga (Siala-Mou Siliga) defeated Rubén Villareal in their Super Heavyweight bout. Siliga won at 1:33 in the first-round with a TKO punches.

Also, in another catchweight bout at 213 pounds, Bernard Allen defeated Johnnie Morton. Allen needed just 38 seconds to defeated Morton with a KO punches.

In the preliminary card of the Dynamite!! USA at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif., Jake Shields won his bout in welterweight action prior to the main card on Showtime. Shields defeated Ido Pariente via a rear-naked choke submission at 2:06 in the first-round.

In a catchweight bout at 160-pounds, Gesias Cavalcante defeated Nam Phan. Cavalcante needed just 26 seconds to knockout Pham for the TKO (punches) win. This was the quickest bout on the card.

Jonathan Wiezorek also had a knockout in his heavyweight bout. He defeated Tim Persey by TKO (punches) for the win at 50 seconds in the second round.

In the unaired preliminary bout, Katsuhiko Nagata defeated Isaiah Hill in the lightweight bout. Nagata won over Hill in a split decision that went the distance.


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