Trevor Prangley def. Keith Jardine via split decision
Houston Alexander def. Sokoudjou via TKO (punches) R2, 1:31
Paul Daley def. Jorge Masvidal via unanimous decision
Danillo Villefort def. Joey Villasenor via unanimous decision
Tarec Saffiedine def. Brock Larson via unanimous decision
Paul Bradley def. Johnny Rees via submission (RNC) R1, 4:28
Ronnie Mann def. Douglas Evans via split decision
Aaron Rosa def. Devin Cole via unanimous decision
Daniel Straus def. Karen Darabedyan via unanimous decision
Eric Davila def. Pete Spratt via submission (guillotine) R2, 3:49
Jardine is finished as a major player in MMA. This was the perfect fight for him. Prangley is one of the best out there not in the UFC or Strikeforce. A solid win would show that he belongs with the bigger promotions and a loss would show that he's never going to be able to compete with the top guys. It was up to Jardine to make it happen and he couldn't get the job done. As far as Sokoudjou goes, I'll let Kid Nate sum up his fight with Alexander:
But Sokoudjou has completely failed to develop as a fighter. After he shocked Nog and Arona with quick KO wins, other fighters have learned that he has little to offer after the initial blitz. Tonight he again faded after dominating early in the fight against Alexander. But when he couldn't finish him in the first, he quickly faded in the second and Alexander wasted little time in hurting and then finishing him once he was gassed. Of course a pair of illegal headbutts and some hair pulling helped Alexander too.
When that fight ended, to me, it had shown everything one needed to see to realize why these guys are no longer in the UFC. As far as Daley goes, for talking up a potential matchup with Nick Diaz, he looked really unimpressive. He still has no clue how to wrestle and that will always be his achilles heel. As for the show as a whole, Jordan Breen summed it up best on his Twitter:
And, that's Shark Fights. Bad commentary, tightly matched, well-made fights, decent action. Nothing epic, but a worthy contribution to MMA.