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flo 08-12-2012 01:21 AM

UFC 150 *SPOILERS*
 
Here we go!

Nik Lentz vs. Eiji Mitsuoka

Round 1:
The referee in charge of the action is Tim Mills. Mitsuoka shoots in and is stuffed with a front headlock. the two clinch along the fence and Lentz lands a knee that allows him to get behind his Japanese opponent and pull him to the ground. Mitsuoka stands, but is picked up and driven back down again. Lentz fires a right hand and shoots in for double. Lentz on top now trying to pass. Lentz flairs out as Mitsuoka tries to sweep. The Japanese fighter stands, but Lentz is still behind him and again drags him to the floor. Both hooks in now and Mitsuoka goes belly down. Lentz is pouring it on and that's it. Easy work for Lentz.

Nik Lentz def. Eiji Mitsuoka by TKO (strikes, ref stoppage) at 3:45 of round 1

courtesy of mmafighting.com

flo 08-12-2012 01:38 AM

Dustin Pague vs. Chico Camus

Round 1:
The referee in charge of the action is Tom Johnson. Pague charging early and inside the first minute lands a nice left hook. Camus, however, catches a kick and drives Pague to the mat. He's now pressing him up in the cage and working from Pague's full guard. Before the three-minute mark, Pague locks up a triangle, but the calf is not over the back of Camus' head. Camus waits it out and Pague lets go of it. Camus with decent elbows from the top now. Pague rolls through with an oma plata, but doesn't put on the seatbelt and Camus is back in Pague's guard dropping bombs.

Round 2:
Now Pague catches a kick and drives Camus to the floor. Camus stands, but eventually eats a left hook as he attempts a takedown. He gets it and is now working from half guard. Camus moves into side control and is landing a nice assortment on punches. Pague surprises Camus and recaptures full guard. Camus has Pague pressed into the fence and is landing very good elbows.

Round 3:
Pague changes levels for a takedown gets it and Camus turns in the process. Pague has both hooks in on his back. Pague captures the body lock and Camus appears to be breathing heavy. And just like that, Camus reverses and moves into half guard. Now he's moved to mount and is raining punches. Pague rolls and now Camus is attempting a one-armed rear naked choke. He can't get it, but keeps mount as Pague goes back down.

Chico Camus def. Dustin Pague by unanimous decision 29-28, 30-27, 29-28

flo 08-12-2012 01:46 AM

Ken Stone vs. Erik Perez

Round 1:
The referee is Herb Dean. The two open up with strikes, Ken Stone is standing southpaw and Perez is orthodox. Perez gets clipped with a left, but throws a right hook of his own that badly rocks Stone. Perez follows up with punches and referee Herb Dean is left with little choice to stop the fight.

Erik Perez def. Ken Stone via TKO (strikes, ref. stoppage) at :17 of round 1

flo 08-12-2012 01:48 AM

OK, now who else is thinking of this guy?

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y11...keithstone.jpg

:)

flo 08-12-2012 02:09 AM

Jared Hamman vs. Michael Kuiper

Round 1:
Both fighters come out orthodox with Kuiper doing all the stalking. Hamman lands a nice outside leg kick, but is circling into Kuiper's powerhand and gets clipped with a right from Kuiper. Body lock takedown picks up and puts down Hamman. Now Hamman stands. Kuiper lands a hard outside leg kick and several hard right hands. Now several more and Hamman is clearly hurt. Kuiper is almost landing at all now, but amazingly Hamman is still standing.

Round 2:
Kuiper lands two hard inside kicks, but Hamman responds with two hard hooks. A left hook from Kuiper drops Hamman to the mat, but somehow he manages to hang on and stand. Two more rights and Hamman nearly crumbles. A right uppercut does the trick as Hamman is backing up. That's it. Kuiper wins in brutal fashion.

Michael Kuiper def. Jared Hamman by TKO (strikes, ref stoppage).


That was painful to watch.

I'm 1 for 4. :irked:

flo 08-12-2012 02:45 AM

Dennis Bermudez vs. Tommy Hayden

Round 1:
Hayden comes out southpaw, Bermudez is orthodox. Bermudez picks up a single and dumps Hayden on his back, now working from full guard. Hayden uses butterfly hooks to create separation and stands. Both fighters attempt doubles, but neither succeeds. Bermudez is trying to get to Hayden's back from the front head lock, but can't get it and both fighters stand after a brief scramble. Bermudez eats a huge knee as Bermudez was leaning over to throw a punch to the body. Hayden pounces and takes Bermudez's back. Hayden attempts an armbar, but Bermudez powers out of it. Now he's on top again in half guard. Bermudez stands and they both return to their feet. Bermudez locks up a standing guillotine and pushes Hayden back into the fence. Hayden taps and that's it.

Dennis Bermudez def. Tommy Hayden via submission (standing guillotine) at 4:43 of round 1

flo 08-12-2012 03:29 AM

Justin Lawrence vs. Max Holloway

Round 1:
With a combined age of 42, this is one of the youngest fights in UFC history. Lawrence with a big overhand right that lands for the first significant strike of the bout. Holloway still working on range. He doubles up on the jab and lands a stiff one. Lawrence scores with a left hook. A Holloway inside leg kick lands low, causing a timeout. Lawrence has a trickle of blood on the right side of his head, on the hairline. Holloway scores with a left hook. Lawrence takes him down briefly but Holloway's back to his feet. Ninety seconds left. Holloway lands a knee, Lawrence fires back a straight right. A body shot from Lawrence. Another low blow by Holloway just as the round is ending. A very close round with no discernible winner.

Round 2:
A slow start to the second. Lawrence throws a spinning back fist that is partially deflected. Holloway throws a 1-2 combo, connecting on the back end. Lawrence shoots in but Holloway gets the underhooks and defends the takedown. Holloway comes forward with a combo but doesn't land much. Lawrence tries a takedown from halfway across the cage, and Holloway stuff it easily. Holloway is the one stalking now. Lawrence sends a message with a stinging left hook. Holloway with a liver shot that drops Lawrence. Holloway swarms on the ground with a series of strikes, and it's over.

Winner: Max Holloway via TKO, Rd. 2.

flo 08-12-2012 04:19 AM

Yushin Okami vs. Buddy Roberts

Round 1:
Roberts looks fairly comfortable early with his striking, hitting Okami from distance with a variety of techniques. Okami has enough and closes the distance. He secures a body lock but Roberts manages to stay on his feet. Finally, after over a minute, Okami drags him down. Roberts is active from the bottom, working to stop Okami from doing anything. Okami manages to pass to half-guard and then side control with 60 seconds left. Small punches from the top as he briefly thought about moving to mount. With :25 left, he gets the position. Roberts gives up his back and Okami opens up with strikes. Ref Herb Dean warns Roberts to fight back, and it's a race against the clock for Okami to finish. Dean thinks about it, but lets it go to the horn. It's an easy 10-9 for Okami, though Roberts pops right back up to his feet at the end of the round.

Round 2:
A big left hand by Roberts early in the round. He doesn't look the worse for wear. Okami gets inside for the clinch again. He has Roberts down against the cage. Roberts threatens with the guillotine and as Okami tries to escape, Roberts is able to get to his feet. But it's a brief respite. Okami drags him back down again. Full mount for Okami with 2:40 left. Roberts gives up his back again. This is like a repeat of round one except Okami now has an eternity of time to work with. Okami firing off punches from the top. Roberts has his hands up to block the blows but after several dozen, Herb Dean has seen enough and stops it.

It wasn't a thunderous display of ground and pound as Roberts was back to his feet instantaneously after Dean pulled Okami off of him, but it's clear Okami had him trapped and the damage was only going to worsen.

Winner: Yushin Okami via TKO, Rd. 2 (3:05)

flo 08-12-2012 04:24 AM

Jake Shields vs. Ed Herman

Round 1:
Shields throwing body kicks early. Herman rushes in and initiates a clinch which is a curious strategy. Perhaps Herman hopes to wear out Shields early as he's had some stamina issues in recent fights. Also worth noting: this fight is at altitude. With 3:30 left, Shields takes Herman down. Herman is back to his feet 30 seconds later though. The two fight a grueling battle for position against the cage. And against the cage they stay switching positions for second after second, minute after minute.

Round 2:
Herman throws a couple of right hands and then initiates a clinch again. Shields takes him down quickly. Shields looks for a kimura. Herman works free. Shields is working to step over into mount. Occasionally, he drills Herman with elbows. This is a Shields kind of round for sure. The crowd is booing but Shields is in side control, so there won't be a standup. Herman is able to get it back to full guard. Herman throws elbows from the bottom. Shields moves back to half-guard. Shields with punches from the top and it's his round 10-9.

Round 3:
Between rounds, Herman's corner told him not to initiate the clinch. He comes out with jabs but Shields comes inside and forces it for him. This time, Herman throws an elbow and backs away. Herman gets a brief takedown but lets Shields up. Shields goes low and puts Herman on his back. Plenty of time to work. Herman to half-guard, and then to mount with two minutes left. Not a place anyone wants to be against Shields. Herman gets it back to full guard with minimal damage but time is running low. A few strikes from the top. It's Shields' round, 10-9 to end a fairly lackluster through grueling fight.

Winner: Jake Shields via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

flo 08-12-2012 04:35 AM

WOOHOO!!! :happydancing: Cerrone is the MAN!

Lots of first- and second-round finishes tonight. I wonder if the main event will follow the trend...


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