Jordan Mein vs. Tyler Stinson
Round 1: Stinson comes out using his jabe. Mein lands a combination. Mein delivers a right hand followed by an outside leg kick. Stinson misses with a left hand and eats a left hand counter. Stinson has a small cut near his right eye. Stinson moves in an overhand left that misses. Mein lands a combination. He moves in with a solid left hook. Stinson answers with a straight left. Mein’s left hand finds its mark. Mein lands a left hook in the closing seconds. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Mein.
Round 2: Stinson takes the center of the cage and delivers a leg kick to start the round. Mein goes from the body to the head. He’s putting on a boxing clinic. Mein lands a three punch combination. Stinson answers with a left hand. Mein is using footwork to create openings. He’s landing combinations at will. Stinson takes it and moves forward. Stinson secured a takedown but Mein quickly gets back to his feet. Mein misses with spinning back fist. Stinson lands a counter left hook. The round ends. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Mein.
Round 3: Stinson comes out on the attack. Mein simply moves away. Mein lands a counter right hand to the jaw of Stinson. Mein moves in with a combination. He’s stalking Stinson. Stinson utilizing his jab but Mein answers with a combination followed by a left hook. Mein backs Stinson up with punches. Mein opening up with his punches. He lands an uppercut. Stinson misses with a winging right hand. Mein continues to deliver combination. Stinson lands an uppercut on the inside. They slug it out in the final ten seconds. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Mein.
The judges agree and score Mein the unanimous winner. All three scorecards read 30-27.