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CES Pro Results from Foxwoods
    Massachusetts-based sports organization CES (Classic Entertainment Sports), which presents both Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts, released the results for the professional fights on its Nov.15 MMA event at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket. This is the second MMA event that CES has presented in Connecticut and the first since 2010, according to spokespersons for the organization. 
    Josh "Freight Train" Diekman (14-5) of Groton earned a technical knock out of 41-year-old Chris Guillen (13-16) of Fort Worth, Texas at 1:15 into the opening round of their rematch. Guillen submitted Diekman when the two heavyweights previously fought in 2007. Diekman called out Tyler King, who defeated Diekman in 2012, following the bout.

MMA Fighter Joe "Freight Train" Diekman
Josh Diekman defeats Chris Guillen on Nov. 15 at Foxwoods during an event presented by CES.
Photo by John Fulcher
    Meriden-based light-heavyweight Willie Brown Jr. (2-0) submitted Chazz Dowell (0-1) of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by rear naked choke. 
    Welterweight Chuck O'Neil (12-6) of Bridgewater, Massachusetts scored a technical knockout over Chris Woodall (12-5) of Atlanta, Georgia. 
    Middleweight Harley Beekman (5-2) of Amsterdam, New York won a unanimous decision over Thomas Egan (7-4) of Dorchester, Massachusetts. 
    Flyweight Dan Cormier (2-3) of Providence, Rhode Island won a split decision over Marvin Malonado (0-1) of Latham, New York.
    Featherweight James Murrin (1-0), also of Dorchester, opened up a gash over the right eye of Douglas Monteiro (0-1) of Framingham, Massachusetts, prompting a doctor’s stoppage of the fight at the end of the first round. Murrin dominated Monteiro with striking while stuffing a few takedown attempts, stated spokespersons, who added the victory was nearly flawless.
    A fight scheduled for that evening between bantamweights Blair Tugman (5-3) of North Haven and Eugene Barrett (3-6) of Toledo, Ohio was cancelled.