carmont has a 16-7 record, 3 sub losses, 1 tko loss, 3 decision losses. 8 sub wins 6 tko wins and 2 decision wins. I picked can camozzi by decision.
Most of his losses were really early in his career. As of right now he's on a 5 fight win streak, finishing all of them. Like I said, I've never seen the dude fight. I'm just basing my opinion off of how bad Camozzi is.
Round 1 - Referee Herb Dean in charge of this contest. Camozzi opens with a quick low kick as he circles right. Carmont in the center and firing off a few kicks of his own. Forty seconds in, Carmont ducks down and brings the action to the floor. Carmont in half-mount, but Camozzi works his back to the cage and stands. Camozzi has a tight bodylock and is trying to elevate his opponent, but the fight remains against the cage. Not a ton of action as the two jostle in the clinch. Camozzi ducks for a leg, but it's not there. They break and trade a few shots before Camozzi presses in again. Carmont lands a nice knee in the clinch. He picks a leg and gets the action to the floor, but Camozzi pops right back up. Carmont now the one pressing in, and he releases and fires a spinning elbow that misses. Less than a minute, and Camozzi misses a leaping knee. He tries for a takedown that won't come. Round ends there, and MMAjunkie.com awards a close round to Carmont, 10-9.
Round 2 - Carmont takes the center again and Camozzi starts with a leg kick. Front kick from Carmont, followed by a right hand that lands crisp. Camozzi again works in tight with the bodylock, but Carmont showing excellent balance against the cage. Carmont lands two knees inside. Camozzi answers with one, but Carmont's are much crisper. Camozzi relentless as he pushes in, trying to grind away. He complains briefly that Carmont is grabbing his glove. THey break shortly after, and Carmont is stalking with extreme confidence. Halfway in, and Carmont fires off several crisp knees. They clinch again, but Carmont slides around to the back.He grabs the body and elevates his opponent for an impressive slam that brings the crowd to life. He tries a creative spin pass of the guard but settles for taking top position against a butterfly guard. He backs away, and Camozzi stands, only to be dropped by a crisp right-left combo. Carmont follows with hammerfists, but Camozzi somehow works to his knees and back to his feet. Camozzi's face is bloodied as the round ends, and MMAjunkie.com sees enough to give Carmont a 10-8 frame.
Round 3 - Camozzi again opens with a low kick. Carmont is absolutely brimming with confidence, and he rattles off a series of powerful punches. He backs away and screams at Carmont with the roar of a lion. The gritty Camozzi keeps pushing in, and he does sneak in a right hand. Back to the familiar bodylock for Camozzi. Carmont avoids any damage, and Camozzi backs away. Low kicks traded. Halfway in. Carmont taunting a little with his hands, and he fires a crisp front kick. Camozzi showing heart as he presses in, but Carmont is clearly in control. Two minutes left, and Carmont scores a takedown, punishing his opponent with a few right hands before settling into guard. Carmont stands over his opponent and showboats with a hand on his hip. Crowd calls him on it, and Camozzi fires off an upkick. Dean gives Camozzi a pass to his feet with Carmont peeking at the clock. Clinch again, but nothing there. Dean breaks, and Camozzi tries to rush forward with punches. Nothing lands. Camozzi grabs a desperation kimura and falls to the ground, but he can't finish before the round ends. It's another round for Carmont, 10-9, and MMAjunkie.com gives him the fight 30-26. Francis Carmont def. Chris Camozzi via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27).