Round 1: And we're live... outside. Who's dumb idea was this? It looks like a county fair event. Foster comes forward early with overhand lefts, lands, but Straus tangles Foster up against the cage to counter. Foster struggles to turn Straus into the fence, and Straus counters with a toss. Foster falls to the ground, bounces back to his feet, but gives his back up. Straus gets a hook in as Foster escapes. They separate. Foster rushes forward, misses a couple of overhand shots, and clinches with Straus along the fence. Straus lands a nice knee in the clash, and Foster attempts to uppercut his way out of the Thai plum. They separate again. Both men throwing power, Foster eventually landing and tying up Straus. Straus hip tosses Foster, but Foster regains his feet quickly. Back to center, Straus surprises Foster with a flying knee, clipping him. Straus immediately transitions to a takedown. Straus nearly has a full mount, but Foster is sitting up against the fence. Round ends in the position. BloodyElbow.com scores it 10-9 Straus.
Round 2: After a minute of stagnant action, Foster moves forward to strike and Straus presses him to the fence. In the clinch, Straus puts pressure, but does nothing. Foster throwing hooks to counter, missing every chance so far. They separate, and Foster rushes forward with a nice body punch and straight punch attempt. Straus weaves out of the way of the strike, and they reset. Foster once again lands from distance, a straight left. Straus looked hurt, but he immediately tosses Foster over his back and lands in side control. Foster gets back to a sitting position against the fence with Straus trying to get a front choke in place. Foster eventually fights his way out of the position, but it took roughly two minutes. WIth seconds left in the round, Straus presses forward and dumps Foster. The round ends. BloodyElbow.com scores it 10-9 Straus.
Round 3: Foster lands an outside leg kick to start the round. No action for roughly a minute, then Straus shoots. Foster defends and tries to slip a choke under Straus' neck. Straus backs out of it, and Foster attempts to jump on Straus. Straus scrambles away, and eventually dumps Foster to his back after a brief clinch battle. Straus continues to work from top control for the next couple of minutes. With 1:20 left, he attempts a D'Arce choke, then transitions to a guillotine. He's locked it in, and it's deep. Really deep, Foster finally taps. Daniel Straus def. Kenny Foster via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:48 of Round 3.