Hieron by split D:
Round 1: Hawn moves in with a combo and eats a couple of shots in the process. Hieron lands a good leg kick, then misses with another, and misses with a spinning back kick. Hawn is moving forward now, eating a couple of kicks but keeps coming. Hieron misses with a flying knee, catches Hawn with another leg kick and eats a punch for it. Hawn is landing more shots now but there's not much behind them. End of the round. 10-9 Hieron.
Round 2: Hieron is a little more aggressive this round. He lands a leg kick, Hawn lands one of his own. Hieron keeps landing one punch or one kick and that's all. Hawn back to moving forward but not doing a whole lot. Hieron is staying out of his way and countering here and there. Hawn isn't checking the leg kicks at all now. He lands a good left, then misses with another . Now Hawn lands a decent combo, then another, as Hieron looks like he's just running away. Hieron gets a last second takedown, and the round ends. 10-9 Hawn that time, he just landed more shots.
Round 3: Both guys look more serious now, and are throwing like they mean it. Hawn lands a mean combo but Hieron answers with a kick to the body. Hieron looks like he might be cut under one eye. Hawn is moving forward more aggressively this round, and it landing more strikes than either of the first two rounds. He lands a leg kick that almost puts Hieron down. Hieron is mostly just backing up now, not countering as much or as well as he has been. Hieron tries to turn it up at the end, but I don't think it's enough. End of the fight. That round, and the fight, I give to Hawn. 10-9, total 29-28.
Jay Hieron def. Rick Hawn by split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29).