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flo 01-19-2013 11:18 PM

UFC on FX *Spoilers*
Here we go!

Francisco Trinaldo vs. C.J. Keith

Round 1:
Marc Goddard is the referee in charge. Keith opens with a kick to Trinaldo's lead leg. Trinaldo lunges into a wild overhand left before clinching against the fence. Trinaldo working hard for a takedown. Trinaldo finally gets it, lifting Keith high above his head before slamming him down, landing in half guard. Trinaldo quickly advances into mount. Keith in survival mode as Trinaldo rains down elbows. Keith scrambles and reverses into top position, before moving into half guard. Trinaldo looking for an armlock from the bottom. Keith defends, but Trinaldo stands in the ensuing scramble. Trinaldo muscles Keith back to the mat, again landing in half guard. Trinaldo advances into mount and rains down one last hammerfist at the horn.

Round 2:
Trinaldo feints heavily before tying up against the fence. Trinaldo hunting for a single. Keith rotates, gives up his back, and gets violently suplexed to the mat. Wow. Keith in trouble as Trinaldo locks up an arm triangle choke. That's it. Keith taps.

Francisco Trinaldo def. C.J. Keith via submission (arm triangle choke) at 1:50 of round 2.


flo 01-19-2013 11:30 PM

Wagner Prado vs. Ildemar Alcantara

Round 1:
Referee Mario Yamasaki oversees the action. Prado, sporting an amazing 1980's moustache, immediately tosses out a high kick. Prado flurries. Looping overhand lands on Alcantara's chin. Alcantara ties up, but Prado has none of it. Front kick lands for Alcantara. Prado responds with a leg kick, followed by an uppercut. Alcantara lands a stiff knee inside the clinch. Prado misses wildly with an overhand left. Right hook pushes Alcantara back in his tracks. Alcantara paws out his jab. Prado rushes inside and connects with a right hook to the chin. An Alcantara head kick is blocked. Huge right hook lands for Pardo. The Brazilian crowd growing a little restless. Alcantara changes levels and plants Prado on his back, landing in full guard. Prado ties up, and the stand-up comes quickly from Yamasaki. Prado bulldozes inside and stumbles Alcantara with a big knee right at the horn.

Round 2:
Prado lands first with a right hook. And another. Alcantara responds with a stiff jab. Prado presses forward but winds up on his back, with Alcantara on top in half guard. Prado scrambles out. Alcantara tries to seize a d'arce choke. It's too slippery and Prado reverses to top position. Prado unloads some wide punches from half guard. Alcantara rolls and looks for a leglock. Oh man, he might have it. Alcantara adjusts and cranks on Prado's ankle. Prado taps! Good debut for Alcantara.

Ildermar Alcantara def. Wagner Prado via submission (kneebar) at 2:39 of round 2.

flo 01-19-2013 11:56 PM

Yuri Alcantara vs. Pedro Nobre

Round 1:
Referee Dan Miragliotta oversees the bout. Alcantara misses with a flying knee right off the bat. Groin shot from Nobre briefly delays the action. Alcantara stretches out and paces around a little. Nobre is warned and we're back. Nobre ducks under a punch, responding with a sharp counter to the body. A scramble ensues and Alcantara winds up on top, hunting for an kimura. Nobre muscles out, but gives up his back in the process. Alcantara rains down a salvo of strikes and short elbows. Miragliotta warns Alcantara for shots to the back of the head, and after a few more punches, stops the action. The strikes appear to have been legal on the replay, mainly landing on the ear of Nobre, but the decision has already been made. Nobre remains facedown on the mat. He may not be able to continue. Yep, the doctor waves off the fight. Incredibly bizarre finish here.

Yuri Alcantra vs. Pedro Nobre ruled no contest (strikes to the back of the head) at 2:11 of round 1.

I didn't see any direct strikes to the back of his head. I mean, Nobre survived that armbar attempt, WTH? I think he knew he was beat and took advantage of Mergliotta warning Alcantara about the back of the head strikes.

Well, Dana agrees with me. :laugh:


Dana White‏@danawhite

That was BS!!! Pedro is an award winning actor and horrible call by Dan M

flo 01-20-2013 12:13 AM

Edson Barboza vs. Lucas Martins

Round 1:
Referee Mario Yamasaki is the man in charge. Martins feigns a leg kick. Body kick slaps across Martins' midsection. A wayward Barboza kick lands directly into Martins' groin. That one was bad. Martins takes some time, shakes it off and we're back. Barboza connects with a right hand. Martins pushes forward with a pair of combinations. Switch kick finds its mark from Barboza. Barboza starting to open up now. Massive shot crumples Martins. Barboza pounces and starts raining down rights and lefts. Martins taps to strikes. This one is over.

Edson Barboza defeats Lucas Martins via submission (strikes) at : of round 1.

Wow, Barboza should be on the fast track to the top.

flo 01-20-2013 12:54 AM

Diego Nunes vs. Nik Lentz

Round 1:
Referee Dan Miragliotta oversees the action. Both fighters trade leg kicks. Lentz ties up, looks for a single, before eventually taking Nunes' back, unloading a few knees and tripping him to the floor. Nunes quickly pops up, only to get thrown back down. Lentz tosses out a few short punches from Nunes' back. Lentz briefly grasps for a rear-naked choke, but Nunes defends. Nunes tries to muscle his way back to his feet, but it fails and he eats a flurry of punches for his troubles. The Brazilian crowd starting to get restless with the slow pace. Lentz not giving an inch, methodically unloading strikes and stifling Nunes from his back. Nunes stands, but again gets immediately tripped to the mat.

Round 2:
Lentz tosses out a lazy leg kick. Nunes catches another kick and misses with a counter hook. Lentz lunges in and connects with a picture perfect double leg takedown, landing in half guard. More boos from the Brazilian crowd. Lentz keeping the pressure on with short strikes and elbows from the top. Lentz working the body, looking to pass into side control. Nunes keeps him locked in half guard, but is unable to mount any offense. Even more boos pour down as a short elbow crashes into Nunes' chin. Lentz continuing to work the body. Lentz is in complete control of this fight. Nunes finally stands, but it's too late.

Round 3:
Lentz charges forward with a right hand. Nunes blocks a high kick. Lentz changes levels, but Nunes easily throws him off. Lentz hunts for another takedown and again can't get it. Nunes misses wildly with an overhand right. Lentz ties up against the fence before tripping Nunes to the mat. Lather, rinse, repeat. Lentz unloads a few short strikes. Nunes tries to muscle himself to his feet, but Lentz keeps the fight down and takes Nunes' back in the scramble. Nunes works back to his guard, only to see Lentz quickly advance into mount. Nunes spins and gives up his back. Another failed stand-up for Nunes. Lentz is just relentless. Nunes finally gets to his feet and immediately lands a monster knee to the chin. Lentz desperately grasps for a takedown, but Nunes defends and connects with a wild flurry. Once again though, it's too little, too late.

Nik Lentz def. Diego Nunes via unanimous decision (30-28, 30-27, 30-26)

flo 01-20-2013 01:25 AM

Ronny Markes vs. Andrew Craig

Round 1:
Referee Marc Goddard is the man in charge of the action. Left hook lands flush on Markes' chin during an exchange. Markes clinches against the fence, drops down for a single, and gets it. Craig quickly pops up, but Markes ties back up and slams him to the mat. His back against the fence, Craig looks for climb to his feet. Markes controls the position, eventually muscling Craig down and seizing his back. Markes looking for a rear-naked choke, but Craig defends. Markes still looking to sink his hooks in. Craig patiently fends off the submission attempts, before spinning into top position at the horn.

Round 2:
Outside leg kick briefly buckles Markes. Craig easily shakes off a takedown attempt. Markes lunges forward and misses with a combination. Markes changes levels for a single and gets it, landing in full guard with Craig's back against the fence. Markes drags Craig away from the cage and advances into half guard. Markes hunting for a kimura. Markes advances, still clutching the kimura. Craig valiantly defends and eventually squirms out. Markes still refusing to give Craig an inch, tying up against the cage. The Brazilian crowd voices their displeasure at the lack of action. Craig continues the defend the takedown attempt. Goddard has finally seen enough as he separates the two fighters. Neither man able to mount any offense and the round comes to a close.

Round 3:
Markes immediately clinches, hunting for a takedown. Craig successfully defends the double, but Markes' gameplan has him noticeably frustrated. Craig connects with a short elbow from the break. A short strike drops Markes and Craig pounces. Markes eats a flurry of punches from the bottom. Craig likely needs a finish. Markes defends a pass to mount, but the short elbows still rain down. "Should I go for something?" Craig asks his corner. Markes squirms back into full guard. Craig punishes Markes' midsection with hard right hands. Sensing the desperation of the moment, Craig stands, but Markes quickly ties back up.

Ronny Markes def. Andrew Craig via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

flo 01-20-2013 01:54 AM

Godofredo Castro vs. Milton Vieira

Round 1:
Mario Yamaskai is our referee. Castro misses wildly with a leg kick. Vieira connects with a body kick. Another leg kick finds its mark for Castro. Vieira eats a right hand and answers by taking Castro down, landing in full guard. Vieira goes body-body-head from the top. Castro briefly looks for a kimura but thinks better of it after eating a big elbow. Vieira takes Castro's back in a scramble. Castro slithers out, and in the ensuing exchange, rockets a kick to Vieira's groin. Vieira takes his time to recover, and we're back. "Pepe" charges forward, clinches and nearly connects with a knee to the head. Vieira reverses a takedown, landing on top directly in side control. Castro explodes to his feet, runs across the cage with Vieira on his back, and spins out. Vieira hunts for a single leg as the horn sounds.

Round 2:
Vieira opens with a missed kick to the body. Castro launches forward, only to be planted onto his back. Vieira on top in full guard. "Pepe" throws a few Florian-esque elbows from the bottom. Castro seizes a kimura. Vieira defends the submission, but Castro uses his leverage to sweep into full mount. Vieira gives up his back. Castro with a body lock wrapped around Vieira's waist. "Pepe" softening up Vieira with punches, occasionally looking to sink one of his hooks in for a rear-naked choke. Vieira just turtling up at his point. Castro is stifling.

Round 3:
"Pepey" pumps his jab before throwing out a little Ali Shuffle. Vieira lazily changes levels for a single. Castro continues to push the pace, unloading a wild flurry. Big right hand connects for Vieira as both fighters wave on the crowd. The fight hits the fence. Vieira grasps for a kimura, eventually using the submission to secure a takedown. Vieira working from Castro's guard. Yamasaki stands the fight up. Vieira promptly slips a combination and plants "Pepey" back down on the mat. Castro throws up his legs looking for a submission, but nothing gives. Vieira rains down a few hammerfists from the top. Vieira starts to pour it on as the fight comes to a close.

Godofredo Castro def. Milton Vieira via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

The crowd was not pleased...

flo 01-20-2013 02:30 AM

Thiago Tavares vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov

Round 1:
The referee is Dan Miraglioota. Both fighters open orthodox with Tavares stalking. Shovel punch from the lead hand of the Russian finds the mark. Leaping left hook drops Tavares and now the Russian is bombing on a Tavares desperate to stay alive. Elbows from half guard and Tavares is almost done. A few more punches do the trick and the ref steps in. Probably too many punches on a late stoppage there.

Khabib Nurmagomedov def. Thiago Tavares via KO (punches) at 1:55 of round 1

flo 01-20-2013 02:55 AM

Gabriel Gonzaga vs. Ben Rothwell

Round 1:
Marc Goddard is the referee. Ben Rothwell already switching stances and stalking. One-two lands for Rothwell, but Gonzaga in on the single leg, but can't quite get it yet. He switches to a double and then back to the single. A scramble ensues and Rothwell is still being pressed against the fence. Gonzaga gets the single and is trying to get behind him, but Rothwell stands. The referee separates them and they resume striking. Gonzaga attempts another takedown, but Rothwell separates early. Rothwell briefly presses Gonzaga into the fence, but separate and the Brazilian lands a series of right hands. Big one-two combination again from Rothwell, but Gonzaga appears gassed.

Round 2:
Two right hands from Gonzaga rock Rothwell at the start of the round. As he stumbles, Gonzaga locks up a standing arm-in guillotine. That doesn't work, so he jumps guillotine. That does the trick as Rothwell taps.

Gabriel Gonzaga def. Ben Rothwell via submission (guillotine) at of 1:01 round 2

flo 01-20-2013 03:21 AM

Daniel Sarafian vs. C.B. Dollaway

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is the referee. Both fighters open orthodox. Lots of feeling out from both fighters early. Sarafian charges forward in a flurry and landed a shot or two on the way in. Right hand drops Dollaway, but he's scrambling by trying to get a single. Sarafian breaks it off and they resume striking in the middle. Left hook in the pocket cracks Dollaway. Sarafian firing off all kinds of punches using his incredible speed, still much of it missing.

Round 2:
Both fighters missing with wild spinning kicks. Sarafian presses Dollaway into the fence, but backs away. Sarafian drops Dollaway again with a right hand, but an overshot on a takedown finds them both standing again after a short scramble. A failed takedown from Sarafian leads to a body kick from the Brazilian. Dollaway lands a few short left hooks as Sarafian comes in, but they don't land with any authority. An uppercut catches Sarafian coming in and he's badly stunned. The bell saves him. That was Sarafian's round until then.

Round 3:
Left hand from both fighters temporarily stun each other. Both fighters also taking deep breaths. Both fighters AGAIN trade left hooks in the middle. Dollaway gets the takedown on an exhausted Sarafian, but he's able to stand back up. He's taken down again, but Sarafian scores with a pendulum sweep. Now he's in half guard and then he moves to mount and then back mount. Dollaway fakes with one turn and then switches sides to move into guard. ANOTHER pendulum sweep puts Sarafian on top and he even scores a knee. Really close round.

C.B. Dollaway def. Daniel Sarafian via split decision (29-28 Dollaway, 29-28 Sarafian, 29-28 Dollaway)

drunks in the crowd booing loudly

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