Jared Rosholt vs. Walter Harris
Round 1: They touch gloves. Harris inches forward. Both being careful early. Harris steps in with a left hand. Rosholt delivers a counter left hand. Harris lands a right hand. Harris presses forward with a flurry and lands a body kick. Harris lands a left hand that drops Rosholt. Rosholt gets to his feet only to be clipped again with a combination and knocked back down. He rolls and gets back to his feet. Two minutes remain in the round. Rosholt delivers a kick to the body. Rosholt steps in with a right hand. Harris misses on a counter hook. Harris lands a straight left. Harris lands to the body at the bell. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Harris.
Round 2: Harris moves forward. They exchange kicks to the body. Harris lands a right hand. They’re both throwing big shots. Rosholt moves in and lands a knee. He delivers a hard right hand to the body. Harris lands a front kick to the body. Rosholt answers with a right hand. Harris looks fatigued. The pace has slowed. Rosholt continues to move forward. He lands a right hand. Harris’ output has reduced dramatically. Harris steps in with a combination. Rosholt answers with a right hand. The round ends. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Rosholt.
Round 3: They touch gloves to start the final round. Rosholt presses forward. He delivers a kick to the body. Rosholt secures a single let takedown. He lands short elbows to the body of Harris. Rosholt lands two right hands. Rosholt delivers short right hands. Rosholt continues to soften Harris up with short shots. He sneaks in a solid left hand. Rosholt controlling Harris on the ground. He’s staying active. The round ends. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Rosholt.
The judges scored the fight for Rosholt by unanimous decision. All three scorecards read 29-28.
“He got my just good enough that I blacked out for a split second but then came too and popped to my feet. They were clean shots but they werent that hard. By the second round, I finally got to my game plan of moving forward and then in the thrid got him on down for some ground and pound. My cardio felt was good, I know I could keep going. I knew I’d come back and win after that first round. A lot of people might not realize but I love to stand and throw.