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  1. StillUnknown

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    Thiago still would have been raining down punches on Karo now if the ref didn't stop it :laugh: but on another note, its funny how Mazzagati is always the one who stops the fights early :laugh:
  2. StillUnknown

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    yeah, he ate alot of clean and unanswered shots on the ground.
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    hell yeah, Alves knocked out Karo, quick stoppage though
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    Boetsch gassed hard, good win for Hammil
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    you can try 24267, they usually show the events
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    yo Nate is the man, that was some slick ****
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    i'm surprised the ref didn't stop it when Kurt was tee'n off on his dome
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    Nate Diaz already sounds punch-drunk, thats not a good look.
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    Ludwig should have the record, when he knocked out Goulet in like 5secs
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    Houston Alexander just embarrassed the whole state of Nebraska. lol one hitter quitter
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    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    some early results of the preliminary matches that may not be shown on camera (i hid the results just in case they show them afterall): Anthony Johnson vs. Tom Speer (Pictures) Round 1 Johnson came out strong with a head kick and some punching combos that rocked Speer early. Speer recovered and got to his feet, where he was finished with a punching flurry at 0:51 of the opening frame. Impressive performance from Anthony Johnson. Roman Mitichyan vs. George Sotiropoulos (Pictures) Round 1 Sotriopoulos landed an early takedown and secured back-control. As Mitichyan stood to get out of the choke, he nearly fell into a rear-naked choke. However he fought out of immediate danger while Sotiropoulos retained positions on the canvas. The round ended any attempt at his finishing with armbar. 10-9 Sherdog.com. Round 2 Another early takedown opens the second round for Sotiropoulos. He outclasses Mitichyan on the floor as he works through various positions, including mount and back-control. Strikes are now his weapon of choice and Sotiropoulos pounds away until the referee steps in at 2:24 of the second round. Samy Schiavo (Pictures) vs. Clay Guida (Pictures) Round 1 Guida had to rally in the evening's third preliminary bout, as he was stunned by a few hard punches by the Frenchman around the two minute mark. Guida recovered his bearings and scored a much-needed takedown, where he looked to pass his opponent's guard. With just over a minute left in the stanza, Guida mounted the Frenchman, and followed with heavy rights and lefts from the dominant position until the referee stepped in to save Schiavo at 4:15 of the first. Jeff Cox (Pictures) vs. Manvel Gamburyan (Pictures) Round 1 Gamburyan was stuffed on an early takedown attempt, and saw himself pinned against the cage. With his back to the fencing, Gamburyan executed a beautiful judo throw and transitioned into a perfect guillotine. Cox tapped quickly at the 1:41 mark of the first round. Marcus Aurelio vs. Ryan Roberts Round 1 Aurelio landed a straight right hand that dropped Roberts just seconds into the lightweight contest. Aurelio swarmed his downed opponent with punches and went directly to an armbar to secure the finish at just 16 seconds of the opening frame. Josh Neer (Pictures) vs. Din Thomas (Pictures) Round 1 The first two minutes played out like a kickboxing bout, with Neer playing the aggressor and Thomas slipping a lot of the punches with good footwork and head movement. Neer got a takedown midway through the round and landed some good punched and a right elbow. Thomas was active from the bottom, looking for two armbars. Near the end of the round, Thomas got to his feet and scored a takedown of his own. 10-9 for Neer. Round 2 Neer charged and pushed Thomas against the cage before scoring a takedown to start the second frame. From the top position, Neer landed an elbow but he could not hold Thomas down. The American Top Team fighter took Neer down and transitioned to the back, where he looked unsuccessfully for a rear-naked choke. Neer turned into the choke to escape. After standing, Neer took Thomas down and had to fight off a kneebar for his effort. Neer, showing craftiness, escaped danger and worked the top position with punches and elbows. Close round that goes to Neer, 10-9 on the Sherdog scorecard. Round 3 The final period is all Neer, as he outworked the fatigued Thomas for the duration of the five minute round. A low kick knocked Thomas to the canvas early. Thomas stood up and pulled guard, which played right into Neer's game plan of controlling from the top with punches and elbows. At the 2:50 mark, an elbow opened up a deep cut under the right eye of Thomas that needed a doctor's check. After the fight was resumed in the same position on the ground, Neer continued his assault en route to cruising to an easy 10-9 round. All three judges scored the contest 30-27 for Josh Neer.
  12. StillUnknown

    Anything MMA, except thumb wrestling

    judging from that clip, he doesn't, the guy he was facing just didn't know how to defend it :laugh:
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    here you go friend: ^^^i got armbarred by Bob Sapp
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    the lightweight division in the UFC is begging for a Grand Prix, too bad Vito Corleone will never allow it to happen. Herrmag, i got a sig comin up for you a little later. i'll post in this thread. i'll go easy on you :laugh:
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    my picks in red:
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    i don't understand how Greg Maynard can call out Edgar and get a match that quick. Edgar has nothing to gain from beating him. Edgar should be next in line for title shot after Sherk in my opinion. He beat Tyson Griffin and Spencer Fisher, and yet he's stuck facing someone who couldn't win The Ultimate Fighter. doesn't make much sense to me. just a reminder, the card starts at 7pm(est) tomorrow
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    trigg would be smart enough to take him down, although if it stayed on the feet, Cung wins easily.
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    Beating Baroni doesn't mean much, lets not forget that Shammy was losing to Renzo Gracie before the knees to the head got him DQ'd. i still don't understand why didn't even try to put Le on the ground, even as he was losing the stand-up battle.
  19. StillUnknown

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    he dismantled a past his prime legend. Cung Le's one of my favorite fighters, but he still hasn't beat or even faced a top10 middleweight yet
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    somebody please inform Goldberg that Cung Le is not a legend
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    if Cung Le had any power, he'd be pretty hard to beat. he has great striking, but doesn't have one-punch/kick KO power. Frank was stupid to try and stand with him. he never once shot for a takedown. he let his pride get in the way of strategy. i hope they get a decent middleweight to challenge Le, their MW division is very bare.
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    wow, fights over. Cung Le wins
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    3rd round to Cung Le as well, but Frank rocked him in the 2nd half of the round. damn good fight so far
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    both of these dudes are eating body kicks, this one will be decided by who has more in the gas tank 2nd round to Cung Le
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    good first round standing, i'll give the slight edge to Frank because he did a little more damage