Huh, Carpenter by D:
Round 1: Carpenter opens with a couple of punches, Gracie answers with leg kicks. Carpenter connects and Gracie goes down. Carpenter is in his guard and just smothering. Gracie is up, goes for a guillotine but can't get it. They go back to the ground. Gracie still has Carpenter's neck, but Carpenter gets loose. Carpenter is back to smothering Gracie but is landing a few hard shots to the head. Carpenter moves to full mount. He goes for an armbar but Gracie is out and on top now. Gracie on his feet, then into side control. Now to half guard, landing shots to the head. Carpenter tries for another armbar but Gracie is out again, and the round ends. I have to give that to Carpenter 10-9.
Round 2: Gracie moves in to land some good punches but he eats quite a few in the process. They clinch on the cage. Gracie lands several knees. Carpenter is scoring some good body shots. Both fighters land decent punches. Gracie is turtled up now, Carpenter landing lots of head shots. Gracie is bloodied up. Now Gracie is in half guard after catching an upkick. Carpenter on his back, Gracie landing some punches then moves into Carpenter's guard. He moves to half guard again. Both fighters look tired now. Carpenter tries for a kimura but Gracie gets out of it easily. Gracie lands several good punches to the body and the round ends. That one I give to Carpenter again, 10-9.
Round 3: Carpenter lands a punch that puts Gracie on his back. Carpenter follows him to the mat. Not much happening and the ref threatens to stand them up. Gracie starts for an omaplata but lets it go. He moves to side control. Carpenter is defending submissions very well. Gracie lands a good punch and Carpenter is bleeding over one eye. Carpenter scrambles, not much happens, and the round ends. I'd give that round to Gracie 10-9 but I don't think he took the fight.
Tim Carpenter def. Daniel Gracie by split decision.