Here's the part where it talks about the fight.
In the only superfight of the evening, Eric "Butterbean" Esch showed off his versatility as he defeated Aaron Aguilera by submission after forcing him to tap out at 1:15 of the second round with a rear naked choke.
"He wouldn't punch," Esch said. "I caught him a couple times to let him know I'm there, but he didn't want to play."
Aguilera even attempted a dropkick in the bizarre fight, but Esch's power was too much, as he knocked down the "Hardkore Kidd" with a right hand before pouncing on top and choking him out. The fight had special rules in which the two were only allowed 15 seconds of time to fight on the ground, but it was more than enough time for Esch to pull out the win.
"A vision just came to me," was Esch's response on winning by submission.
Shields emerges as champion
By Billy Hull
On a night so surprising that Butterbean won a fight by submission, California's Jake Shields cemented himself as one of the best welterweights in the world.
The former SHOOTO 167-pound champion added another title to his quickly growing r