50k on Kim. I think it will be a very close fight and Sadollah has a really good chance but the odds are too good. I'm betting on Stun-Gun.
I doubt it'll be close. When has Amor displayed this great takedown defense to stop a high level judoka from grounding him? He doesn't even have a puncher chance, he's a volume strike. Dong by TKO(cut) or UD.
Round 1 - Referee Steve Mazzagatti officiates the evening's final preliminary bout. Traded low kicks open the exchanges. Sadollah with a straight punch, but Kim ducks in and moves the fight to the floor. Kim takes half-mount. Kim tries to free his left leg, but Sadollah holds tight underneath. Kim elevates, and Sadollah pulls full guard. Sadollah keeping the action tight, and Kim has yet to offer any real offense. Kim stands and controls the legs while passing to half-mount, but Sadollah regains guard. Kim sneaks in one nice punch from top. Halfway through. Kim steps over with the right leg, but Sadollah again scrambles to regain. Kim shifts to half on the left. One minute left. Some of the crowd calling for a standup, but it's tactical. Sadollah tries to scramble up, but Kim gains the back. Right hook in. Left follows. Kim high on the back, and time prevents him from capitalizing. Nevertheless, he claims the opening round, 10-9, on the MMAjunkie.com card.
Round 2 - Kim fakes an early shot. Low kick by Kim answers high from Sadollah. Kim shoots in shortly after. Sadollah defends initially, but a second effort puts him on his back. Kim switches quickly to side control. Sadollah struggles to regain position underneath, but Kim pushes down and gets a stronger version of the control. Sadollah rolls free and stands, but Kim presses in immediately and tries for a single-leg. Sadollah defends, and we're in the clinch two minutes in. Trip from Kim, and he tries to control the back as Sadollah defends. Kim lands a knee, adjusts his rip and pulls Sadollah to the floor. Full guard from Sadollah with two minutes left. Kim pushes down on the legs and moves to half-mount on the right. Sadollah doing well underneath with his defense, but he's having trouble showing any sort of offensive prowess. Boos come with one minute left. Kim pulls Sadollah's left arm over his own neck and moves to mount while Sadollah is stuck working himself free. A few shots land before the bell, and it's another easy round for Kim, 10-9.
Round 3 - Sadollah takes the center early, and he knows he's down two rounds. High kick misses. Kim ducks into a single leg, and Sadollah is on his back again. Full guard from Sadollah, and Kim walks him to the cage. Sadollah pushes his legs high, using the cage behind him to gain an angle, but Kim passes out tot he side. Sadollah tries to wall-walk back to his feet, but Kim sucks him up and draws him back to the canvas. Elbow from the top from Kim. He's not offering much damage, but he is in, uh, stunning control of the fight. Halfway into the final frame. Sadollah works his left leg high, but Kim is up to the challenge and slips out. Sadollah tries to roll, and Kim looks for the back. Sadollah spins away, and with 1:20, he needs a homerun shot. Kim shoots again, and Sadollah pulls away. Sadollah tries to land a leaping knee, but Kim wraps him up and dumps him to the floor. Sadollah pops up, but the clock is ticking. Tired punches from Sadollah, though a few fins their mark. Sadollah knees and prays, but the final bell sounds. It's all Kim on the MMAjunkie.com card, 10-9 and 30-27. Dong Hyun Kim def. Amir Sadollah via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).