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Old 02-03-2013, 03:09 AM
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Gleison Tibau vs. Evan Dunham

Round 1:
Yves Lavigne is the ref for this final undercard bout. After a quiet first minute, there's a wild exchange. Tibau's more active. He gets a takedown, has a standing guillotine, takes it to the mat, but Dunham escapes. He's not out of trouble, though. Tibau with a front facelock. He stands, still holding it. Dunham gets to his feet. They clinch, Tibau with his back to the fence. They reset in the center with two minutes left. Tibau's frenetic early pace has slowed. They're clinched along the fence again, switching position several times. They trade knees as the round ends.

Round 2:
Slower pace in round two. Dunham throwing two-punch combos. Dunham with a takedown, but Tibau's right back up. Dunham bodylocks Tibau. Tibau hasn't been able to outmuscle Dunham. Dunham shoots for a takedown, doesn't get this one. Dunham throwing more punches, but isn't connecting with anything or note.

Round 3:
Tibau shoots for an early takedown, Dunham tries to pull guard and cinch a guillotine, but doesn't get it. Back standing, one minute in. Dunham makes a half-hearted takedown attempt but doesn't get it. Tries again, same result. Tibau mainly countering. A brief scrum along the fence, they break, and Dunham lands an uppercut. Tibau neutralized a takedown attempt, they clinch, and Dunha, lands one knee, then lands another off the break. Dunham connects with a right, Tibau's punches mostly hitting air. Final minute. Dunham lands a big knee late and another, which probably seals the fight.

Evan Dunham def. Gleison Tibau via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).
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