Well I learned so much I couldn't even begin to put it into words. First and foremost this shit is fucking hard. As good of shape as I thought I was in, I needed to be in 10x better shape. Now that I know that I will adjust my training. Secondly, my worst nightmare came true and I went all 3 rounds with my opponent. He was a championship wrestler and spent the entire fight coming straight forward and clinching which totally fucked up my striking because I had to back away as I was throwing. So cliffs: 1st round I low kick him hard as fuck right out of the gate, we clinch and spend most of the round fighting for a takedown. 2nd round I blast him with a rt cross and an uppercut on his way in, we clinch and I execute a head and arm takedown into a scarf hold. I armbar him and feel his arm popping and stop b/c i guess I wasn't prepared to break that shit...in training I am used to people tapping. This guy was tuff as shit and had a head like a brick. Anyway he backdoors the scarf hold, (mainly b/c I let off the armbar) and he takes my back for the next 30 seconds I stall and conserve my energy while he tries to free his hands from my COC grip. 3rd round, I leg kick and hit him with everything and he is out on his feet, bleeding like a motherfucker....bell rings. I win by unanimous decision. People say I did well, he was not the type of fighter it is easy to look good against...all he wanted to do was tie up, and he was strong an good at it so I spent mos of my time trying to create distance and strike. I wish the last round would have been longer, but at the same time, a win is a win. This guy was tuff and had more experience than me so I'll take it. I know I need to get in better shape, I will probably drop to about 250 for my next fight in November. Pics will be here tomorrow, and video eventually (I have to record it on TV, I don't have any digi vid of the fight.).