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flo 03-15-2014 11:12 PM

UFC 171 *SPOILERS*
 
Here we go!

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I will be posting all the results - courtesy of mmafighting.com - but some may go up a little slower than others as I'm also working outside. Stay tuned...

VCURamFan 03-15-2014 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flo (Post 204576)
Here we go!

http://cdn1.sbnation.com/uploads/cho...dard_709.0.jpg

I will be posting all the results - courtesy of mmafighting.com - but some may go up a little slower than others as I'm also working outside. Stay tuned...

I'm scoring for the Blue corner fighters tonight: Robert Whiteford, Sean Strickland, Justin Scoggins, Francisco Trevino, Alex Garcia, Jimy Hettes, Jessica Andrade, Rick Story, Nikita Krylov, Hector Lombard, Myles Jury, Tyron Woodley & RUTHLESS ROBBIE LAWLER!!!

flo 03-15-2014 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VCURamFan (Post 204577)
I'm scoring for the Blue corner fighters tonight: Robert Whiteford, Sean Strickland, Justin Scoggins, Francisco Trevino, Alex Garcia, Jimy Hettes, Jessica Andrade, Rick Story, Nikita Krylov, Hector Lombard, Myles Jury, Tyron Woodley & RUTHLESS ROBBIE LAWLER!!!

I'm hoping Robbie will win too, Ben! I like Johny as well though, I think it's going to be an epic fight!

:w00t:

flo 03-15-2014 11:50 PM

Daniel Pineda vs. Robert Whiteford

Round 1:
Here we go, folks. Don Turnage is our referee for tonight's curtain jerker. Pineda and Whiteford trade low kicks early. Whiteford swings for the fences and misses. Whiteford closes the distance and hunts for the trip. He can't get it, but he muscles Pineda up against the fence. Whiteford finally turns the corner and gets Pineda to the mat, immediately advancing into side control. Pineda uses the fence to climb to his feet, but Whiteford is still latched onto him. Pineda breaks off then wades inside with an uppercut. Pineda fails on a trip attempt. Whiteford connects on a combination.

Round 2:
Whiteford secures an early takedown and beings working from full guard. Pineda climbs back to his feet, then scrambles to his feet once more after another quick double leg. Huge exchange and blood is leaking down from the right brow of Pineda. They're swinging for the fences. Pineda lands a hard kick to the body. Whiteford fires back. Whiteford changes levels for a single. Pineda defends along the fence but gives up his back in the process. Pineda drops low for a heel hook attempt. Whiteford grimaces in pain. Wow, Whiteford coaxes the crowd and they explode. He's out. That was interesting. Whiteford working from side control now. Pineda breaks free and stands, but eats a knee for his troubles.

Round 3:
Right away Whiteford wrestles Pineda to the mat and begins working from full guard. Whiteford looking to pass but Pineda is maintaining his guard. Turnage has seen enough and stands ‘em up. Pineda dives low for a single but can't get it. Whiteford ducks under a wild spinning backfist and dumps Pineda on his back. Pineda wriggles for and hunts for a heel hook. He can't get it, and Whiteford begins to work on top from half guard. Pineda throws his legs up for a triangle but Whiteford just stacks him then passes to side control. Pineda reclaims his guard. Turnage stands it up. Pineda finally gets a takedown. He has 40 seconds to do something here. Whiteford holds on while Pineda works short elbows to the thigh. There's the horn.

Robert Whiteford def. Daniel Pineda via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)


I'm off to my usual start, 0 for 1. :laugh:

flo 03-16-2014 12:02 AM

Bubba McDaniel vs. Sean Strickland

Round 1:
Kerry Hatley is our referee. Big exchange early and McDaniel is smiling. McDaniel catches a push kick and tosses it aside. McDaniel goes high and misses. McDaniel wades forward with a flurry but nothing lands flush. McDaniel ducks under and hoists Strickland into the air, but fails to get the takedown. Strickland with his back pushed against the fence, reverses and trips McDaniel. Strickland nearly climbs onto McDaniel's back but instead settles into top position. Strickland advances into half guard then rains down a few short elbows. Strickland postures up and unloads with punches. McDaniel scrambles but gives up his back. Strickland instantly sinks in a rear-naked choke. McDaniel taps. That was slick.

Sean Strickland def. Bubba McDaniel via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:33 of round one

flo 03-16-2014 12:04 AM

Ben, give Matt a BIG BIG hug from me, OK? Matt Pena too, he's a doll!

:wub:

VCURamFan 03-16-2014 12:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flo (Post 204582)
Ben, give Matt a BIG BIG hug from me, OK? Matt Pena too, he's a doll!

:wub:

Haha, I will if I see 'em, but they hide us FightMetric people waaaaaaay in the back!

VCURamFan 03-16-2014 12:37 AM

Man, Scoggins looked AMAZING. I can't wait to see him get a step up in competition.

flo 03-16-2014 12:51 AM

Will Campuzano vs. Justin Scoggins

Round 1:
Referee Jacob Montalvo oversees the action. Scoggins wades inside and immediately takes Campuzano's back. Scoggins stays latched onto Campuzano, but cant do anything with the position and Campuzano eventually breaks free. Both men bouncing on their heels. Scoggins kicks low, then high. Scoggins connects on a push kick to the chest. Scoggins closes the distance then muscles Campuzano to the mat. Campuzano scrambles to his feet and lets out a yell of frustration. Spinning back kick connects for Scoggins. Scoggins goes low, then high again. Big ‘ooooh' from the crowd on that one. Scoggins changes levels and plants Campuzano on his butt. Campuzano gives up his back to stand. High kick misses for Campuzano.

Round 2:
Campuzano misses with a flurry then kicks low. Scoggins paws out his jab. Scoggins catches Campuzano with a stiff left. Both men picking and choosing their shots. Scoggins dives inside and Campuzano slithers in a tight guillotine! Campuzano may have this one. Scoggins staying patient, not panicking. Eventually he breaks free. That was close. Scoggins drops a hard elbow from side control. Campuzano reclaims his guard then sinks in butterfly hooks. Scoggins works around them then looks to take Campuzano's back. Campuzano defending but this is still a bad spot. Scoggins eventually gets Campuzano's back. Campuzano reverses out but Scoggins is relentless with his pressure. Scoggins can't get anything done and finally stands. Campuzano eats a few hard counters at the horn.

Round 3:
Scoggins rushes out to the center of the cage and connects on a few high kicks. Pace is picking up here. Scoggins ducks under a shot and double legs Campuzano to the mat, immediately passing to half guard. Scoggins' corner wants him to stay in half, and he does. Big punches from Scoggins. Campuzano rolls to give up his back. Scoggins unloading with punches. Campuzano rolls again and now Scoggins is working from side control. Scoggins is having his way with him right now. Another big right lands. Campuzano nearly climbs to his feet, but Scoggins dumps him back down. Campuzano eats a short elbow. Scoggins back in half guard, continues to unload a steady procession of short strikes. Scoggins is transitioning back and forth at will. Big flurry from Scoggins closes out the fight.

Justin Scoggins def. Will Campuzano via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

flo 03-16-2014 12:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VCURamFan (Post 204583)
Haha, I will if I see 'em, but they hide us FightMetric people waaaaaaay in the back!

:sad:

I figured you'd be partying with them after the fights! Or at least having dinner together. I mean, you are the heart and soul of this forum.
Oh well, hugs to you!

:)


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