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Old 09-23-2012, 02:54 AM
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Matt Hamill vs. Roger Hollett

Round 1:
Tentative opening minute, with both guys flicking jabs. Hollett connects on an overhand right. A similar second minute, with Hamill missing with an attempt at a big uppercut. Midway through, still no attempts to take the fight to the ground. Hamill finally goes for a takedown, grabs a leg, and takes him down. Hamill raining down left hands to the side of Hollett's head as Hollett covers up. One minute left. Hamill continuing to pepper Hollett with left hands. Hollett not doing much besides covering up. Hollett finally gets up in the closing seconds and tage Hamill, opening a cut under his left eye.

Round 2:
Hollett tags Hamill with a left and goes for a spinning back kick which doesn't connect. Hollett sprawls a Hamill takedown attempt. Hamill shoots the double and gets the takedown about 90 seconds into the round. Joe Rogan's talking about bringing headbutts back into MMA, which should give you an indication how little Hamill is accomplishing on the ground. They're back to their feet. Midway through the round. Hollett throwing occasional kicks. Hamill's left arm looks spent after the first-round barrage. Hamill scores a late takedown.

Round 3:
Hamill shoots for a takedown in the opening minute and gets it. Hollett's ground defense basically consists of getting on his hands and knees and covering up. Hamill grinds away, mostly throwing right hands. Hollett tries to get out, but Hamill ends up in his half-guard. Hollett gets back to his feet with 2:15 left and lands a right to the body. But Hamill immediately takes him down again. Dan Miragliota stands them up with about a minute left. Hamill scores his sixth takedown of the fight, where the bout ends.

Matt Hamill def. Roger Hollett via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27).
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Old 09-23-2012, 03:20 AM
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Brian Stann vs. Michael Bisping

Round 1:
An early exchange leads to a clinch and a positional battle along the fence, as the two switch position several times. They break about a minute in and end up in center Octagon. Stann throwing single punches and catches Bisping flush on the face. Bisping connects with a straight left. Bisping with a takedown attempt. Goes for it tenaciously, pushes Stann against the fence, they bounce off, Bisping goes for a trip, doesn't get it. Bisping does connect with a solid elbow off the break, though. Inside leg kick by Bisping connects to the groin, but Stann fights through it. Wild exchange ensues. This time, Bisping eats a low blow. Back to action, just over a minute left. Close round. Bisping with a left. Bisping with a single leg, doesn't get the takedown, and Stann nails Bisping with a big right hand in the closing seconds.

Round 2:
Bisping goes for a takedown about 30 seconds in. Stann resists the initial attempt, but Bisping scoops him up and registers a slam. Bisping gets into side control, but Stann rolls out of it, reverses and puts Bisping on his back. Stann in Bisping's guard. Bisping working for a triangle but doesn't get it. Stann says he got thumbed in the eye, but while he talks to referee Josh Rosenthal, Bisping pounces. The two are back on their feet with two minutes left. Bisping's left jab finds a home when he uses it. Bisping with another takedown in the final minute. Bisping workds for a Kimura but doesn't get it.

Round 3:
The fighters exchange leg kicks. Bisping once again effectively uses his jab to set up his takedown. Stann gets back to his feet. One minute in. Bisping makes a half-hearted takedown attempt. Back to center Octagon midway through. Stann cut under his left eye. Stann's big right hand hasn't found a home since late in the first round. Stann sprawls another takedown attempt. They're clinched along the cage. Another Bisping takedown. Stann back up. Stann with a late flurry.

Michael Bisping def. Brian Stann via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
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Old 09-23-2012, 04:05 AM
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Joseph Benavidez vs. Demetrious Johnson

Round 1:
Yves Levigne is the referee for the first-ever flyweight title bout. Johnson pops Benavidez with a left. They clinch and Benavidez lands a couple knees. Benavidez clinches Johnson along the fence. Johnson reverses and they break. Johnson pops Benavidez with a straight right coming in. Benavidez whiffs on a takedown attempt as Johnson steps aside. Benavidez tags "Mighty Mouse" with a spinning back fist. Benavidez tries to pin him against the cage, but Johnson breaks loose. One minute left. Johnson lands a well-timed right as Benavidez comes in. They clinch, Benavidez goes for a kneebar but doesn't get it.

Round 2:
Benavidez just can't seem to find his range. As soon as I say that, Benavidez land a right hand and a low kick. Johnson with a leg kick. Benavidez chases down "Mighty Mouse" and lands a couple rights to the jaw. Benavidez grabs for a leg, can't get it. Two minutes left. Johnson's speed and footwork continues to be a puzzle for Benavidez. Benavidez shoots for a takedown and misses again. Johnson hits a knee as Benavidez gets up. Same deal as the round comes to a close, Benavidez lands a right and a left in the late moments.

Round 3:
Benavidez connects with a combo and misses with an attempt at a head kick. Johnson catches a Benavidez body kick and a scramble ensues. Benavidez is bleeding from a cut over his left temple. Benavidez with a low kick. Benavidez throws a low kick. Benavidez scores a takedown, Johnson scrambles to his feet, with Benavidez scoring a knee off the break. Late clinch followed by a right by Johnson.

Round 4:
Benavidez lands a huge right hand which drops him. Benavidez maneuvers into position for a choke. Has it in tight, Johnson kicks his legs vigorously trying to get out. It's a one-armed choke by Benavidez. Johnson gets out and catches Benavidez in a leglock. Benavidez gets out and ends up in Johnson's half-guard. Benavidez works into side control. Johnson spins out and they're back to their feet, clinching along the fence. Benavidez goes for a trip but ends up on the bottom. Back to their feet. Johnson has Benavidez in a body lock. They break. About a minute left. Johnson with a takedown, back to their feet, Benavidez lands a kick on their way up. Johnson with a takedown and land short elbows to the torso. Round ends in that position. Tons of action in the round.

Round 5:
Johnson looks the fresher of the two. Johnson with a takedown, Benavidez gets up, but Johnson with another takedown. This time when Benavidez gets up, he eats a high kick. Johnson taunting Benavidez. Another takedown by Johnson. Benavidez spins out, but Johnson grabs a front facelock. They stand and break. Two minutes left. Benavidez goes for a single-leg, but doesn't get it. Final minute. Benavidez starting to look desperate, but can't get anything done.

Demetrious Johnson def. Joseph Benavidez via split deicision (48-47, 47-48, 49-46) to become the inaugural UFC flyweight champion.

48-47 Johnson 48-47 Benavidez 49-46 Johnson
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Old 09-23-2012, 04:44 AM
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Jon Jones vs. Vitor Belfort

Round 1:
John McCarthy is the referee. Jones on hands and knees as he waits for McCarthy to call them out. Jones comes crawling out and almost eats a head kick as he gets to his feet. Jones goes for a single-leg. Belfort tries for a standing guillotine, but Jones scores a takedown. Belfort has an arm bar. Jones drops him to the mat. Belfort hangs on. Jones finally breaks out. Jones still in Belfort's guard. Jones lands a couple elbows which cut Vitor open. Belfort very busy trying to tie Jones up, but Jones is still getting elbows and punches in and making them count. Under two minutes left. Belfort is bleeding badly. One minute left. Nasty, nasty elbows by Jones. Jones stands late, Belfort stays on the mat. Jones back to the mat in the closing seconds.

Round 2:
The doctor checks out Belfort and clears him for round two. Belfort again fans on a high kick. Jones stalks Belfort, has him backed up near the fence. Jones just misses on a spinning back elbow. Belfort with a head kick. Jones throwing low kicks. Belfort bleeding from behind his right ear. Midway through. Jones clearly respects Belfort's hands. Jones with a front kick to the side of the head followed by another low kick. They tie up, Belfort lands a knee to the body and then pulls guard. Curious decision. Ninety seconds left. Belfort wants to go for another armbar, doesn't have the opportunity. Belfort goes for a triangle as the horn sounds.

Round 3:
Jones drops Belfort with a kick to the body. Jones again ends up in Belfort's guard. Belfort doing his best to tie Jones up. Jones stands, Belfort stays on the mat, but McCarthy orders him back up. Jones misses on a spinning back kick. Belfort connects with a left and Jones connects with a right. Crowd chants for Belfort. Belfort pulls guard. Same deal as before. Belfort tries to hold Jones off while looking for a submission; Jones sneaks in the occasional big elbow. Final minute. Jones lands a late series of elbows.

Round 4:
Belfort fans on a high kick and there's a flurry. Belfort tires to pull guard but it backfires in a hurry as Jones quickly transitions to a Kimura and gets the submission.


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I give Jones his props tonight, I really thought he was done with the armbar.

Rumor is Vitor had a broken hand going into the fight, would make sense with how he was pulling guard and not wanting to strike.
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:21 AM
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I didn't see the fight but I thought it would have went faster. WAR Jones though!
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I give Jones his props tonight, I really thought he was done with the armbar.

Rumor is Vitor had a broken hand going into the fight, would make sense with how he was pulling guard and not wanting to strike.
You could tell Jones was favoring that arm after the fight. Joe said could be something snapped or broke. I really wish Vitor could have finished it quickly with that, but...

Vitor seems like such a nice guy.
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Jon Jones vs. Vitor Belfort

Round 1:
John McCarthy is the referee. Jones on hands and knees as he waits for McCarthy to call them out. Jones comes crawling out and almost eats a head kick as he gets to his feet

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You could tell Jones was favoring that arm after the fight. Joe said could be something snapped or broke. I really wish Vitor could have finished it quickly with that, but...

Vitor seems like such a nice guy.
Last night they were saying nerve damage to Jon's arm. He was going to let it break and lose that way rather than tap. Hopefully he didn't mess it up too bad.

As for Vitor, I thought about this for a few last night. Do you think that maybe he let it go rather than breaking his arm? Kinda like Matt did with Royce once he knew that he wouldn't tap.

And for Ben...If you were working last night can you suggest that when they put stats and percentages up that they give more information? What I mean is they would show like 'Leg kicks' and provide how many landed and the percentage. Not all of us can calculate how many were thrown when 3 sheets to the wind
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Denise that's how he always comes out. Looks like a big black ape

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