Monday, September 14, 2009

Horn tops Guida, Prangley and Beerbohm victorious at Arena Rumble

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Picking up his second win since a three-fight losing skid and subsequent release from the UFC, Jeremy Horn stopped Jason Guida via first-round submission at Saturday's "Arena Rumble" event.

The show took place at the Spokane Arena in Washington.

Horn built off his June victory over Chris Davis at Adrenaline MMA III with a submission win over Guida, perhaps best known for getting kicked off "The Ultimate Fighter 8" after failing to make weight for the show's opening elimination round.

Horn, a nearly 14-year pro fighter competing in his (officially recognized) 106th career fight, secured the fight-ending arm-triangle choke after the main-event fight went to the ground.

Horn is now 82-19-5. Guida, meanwhile, suffered his fifth straight loss and falls to 17-21.

In other action, well-rounded South African Trevor Prnagley stopped journeyman Dennis Reed with a quick knockout to pick up his fourth straight victory since a runner-up finish in Strikeforce's 2007 four-man middleweight tournament.

Prangley, a former UFC fighter, dropped his veteran opponent with a big blow to earn the knockout win in the opening minute of the night's co-headliner.

Prangley, perhaps one of the middleweight division's most underrated fighters, is now 21-5 and 10-1 over the past three years; the lone loss came to top-10 185-pounder Jorge Santiago in November 2007. Reed falls to 43-45-1.

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