Found November 07, 2011 on
There was a time when Andrei Arlovski stirred fear in the hearts of other heavyweight fighters. That time was in 2005, before the world discovered that Arlovski's jaw had the consistency of a tortilla chip. A few years later, Arlovski suffered several hideous knockouts, the kind where you'd literally see his eyes roll back as he face-planted into the mat. Every so often, though, it's possible to forget about Arlovski's defensive shortcomings and return focus to his always-impressive ability to maul a lesser opponent. Which is what he did to Travis "The Ironman" Fulton on Saturday night at a ProElite event. Fulton's most notable accomplishment in MMA used to be his 247-48-10 record as a pro. Guess what it is now. More »
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Yes, Andrei Arlovski is still fighting, just not in the UFC. He met Travis Fulton at Pro-Elite Big Guns this past Saturday and laid him out with this head kick. I was looking through Fulton's stats on sherdog and realized that he has a total of 307 total MMA fights in his career. WHAT! He is 247-49-10 with one no contest. Didn't know that was humanly possible...
Andrei Arlovski (Pictured) saved his best for last on Saturday night at “ProElite II,” as in the very last second of his co-main event contest against Travis Fulton. For 14 minutes and 59 seconds, the former UFC heavyweight champ showed no desire to finish off his overwhelmed opponent.
The fans inside the iWireless Center in Moline, Illinois quickly took notice, as they rained...
Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski took on Travis Fulton in the co-main event at last weekends Pro Elite 2 “Big Gunns”. Since the fight was extremely uneventful, here is the fight finish. Time -- 4:59 of the last round.
Though ProElite's heavyweight-laden card from Moline, Ill. on Saturday didn't exactly receive rave reviews, former UFC champ Andrei Arlovski provided fireworks with his last minute head-kick KO of Travis Fulton.
The official time for that KO was 4:59 in the third round. Fulton's name may ring a bell because he is the fighter who would fight you if the price was right...
“ProElite 2: Big Guns” took place Saturday at iWireless Center in Moline, Ill., and the main card aired on HDNet.
In the headliner of Saturday’s latest offering from the resurrected ProElite organization, the former UFC heavyweight champion scored a shutout unanimous-decision victory over Pedro Rizzo replacement Andreas Kraniotakes (12-5).
Another ex-UFC heavyweight champion...