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He wouldn't be Joe if he wasn't like All the time. Did you see all his stubble? Head AND face...all over the place

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He wouldn't be Joe if he wasn't like All the time. Did you see all his stubble? Head AND face...all over the place
Let's hope he didn't have a Brazilian wax recently....

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Mark Hominick vs. Pablo Garza

Round 1:
Marc-Andre Cote is your referee. Hominick moves forward, but Garza is throwing jabs and low kicks. Garza continues using kicks to keep his distance. Hominick opens up with a four-punch combo, but Garza weathers it and responds with a knee which sends Hominick scurrying backwards. Hominick with a two-punch combo, then just misses with an uppercut. Garza kicks low and then high. Hominick stuns Garza with a right hand. Two minutes left. Garza goes for a single leg, but the exchange ends with Hominick tripping Garza. Garza traps Hominick in an arm bar, but Hominick stays patient and gets out of it. Hominick is in Garza's guard. Garza kicks him off and they both scramble to their feet. One minute left. Hominick lands a nasty body shot which drops Garza. Garza manages to get back to his feet, and Garza nails him with a punch which opens a bad cut on Hominick's left eye. Such a close, action-packed round.

Round 2:
They come out swinging again. Garza goes for a takedown, Hominick rolls, but it still ends up with Garza in Hominick's guard. Garza slowly gets the better of Hominick on the mat, using his length advantage to move Hominick toward the fence. Garza lands several elbows. Hominick works for an omoplata, but doesn't get it. Still on the ground. Hominick's now cut under both eyes. Hominick works his way back to his feet, dodges an upkick, and goes back into his guard. Garza grinds away with short punches and elbows. Garza raining down elbows late. Close to a 10-8 round.

Round 3:
Hominick slowly finds his range over the opening minute, but Garza scores a takedown. Garza is landing short, slicing elbows. Garza stands, Hominick reaches for his left leg, but Garza drops back into Hominick's guard. Two minutes left. Garza isn't coming close to finishing Hominick, but Hominick seems to have no answer. Hominick finally pushes Garza off and gets back to his feet, but they go right back to the ground with Garza in half-guard. Final minute. Hominick tries for an arm bar in the closing seconds, but nothing comes of it.

Pablo Garza def. Mark Hominick via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-28).
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Mark Bocek vs. Rafael dos Anjos

Round 1:
Dos Anjos throws an uppercut, but Bocek ties him up and pushes him back toward the fence. They break. Dos Anjos throws a kick and Bocek again pushes him back. They clinch along the fence. Borek grabs a leg, drops to the mat, and gets up, He's meeted by a big knee. Dos Anjos lands a couple more before they re-set in center Octagon. Midway through the round. Dos Anjos connects on an uppercut, Bocek responds with a leg kick. Bocek slips throwing a head kick and gets back up. Bocek lands a knee in the Thai clinch. They're grappling along the fence again. Back to the middle of the cage. Dos Anjos misses a running knee. Dos Anjos throws a kick, Bocek again goes for a takedown and again doesn't get it. Dos Anjos reaches for a Kimura, doesn't get it. Bocek 0-for-5 on takedown attempts in the round.

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Bocek goes for a low kick and it lands a little too low. Dos Anjos is back and ready from the foul after about a minute. Bocek again misses a takedown attempt. The scramble ends with Dos Anjos on top of Bocek. Bocek goes for a Kimura, doesn't get it, now Dos Anjos works for a Kimura. He tries to switch over to an armbar, but Bocek rolls out of it. Bocek's trying to get back to his feet, but Dos Anjos controls his head. Bocek is tiring. Bocek comes out of the exchange with a bloody nose. They're back standing. Bocek wings a right hand and a low kick. Dos Anjos takes Bocek down and it trying to get his back. Dos Anjos lands a flurry of right hands to the head. Bocek covers up. Dos Anjos can't quite get in position to take his back. They're back up and Dos Anjos takes him down. They stand up late, Bocek is cut open bad.

Round 3:
Bocek finally manages to get dos Anjos to the mat, but he's right back up. Bocek goes for a double leg and nearly gets the takedown. Dos Anjos switches position, picks Bocek up, and effortlessly slams him. They stand, Bocek goes for Kimura and doesn't quite get it. By and large an anticlimactic third round, as Bocek continues with his ineffective game plan. They clinch along the fence with about a minute left. Dos Anjos lands a knee. Yves Levigne breaks them. Dos Anjos slips and gets back to his feet. Bocek whiffs entirely on a takedown attempt and dos Anjos throws a spinning back kick in the closing seconds.

Rafael dos Anjos def. Mark Bocek via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
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Old 11-18-2012, 03:39 AM
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Francis Carmont vs Tom Lawlor

Round 1:
Phillippe Chartier is the referee for this one. Lawlor pushes forward from the outset and they clinch along the fence. This goes on for more than a minute before Chartier breaks them up. They clinch again almost immediately, but Carmont goes for a Kimura, but Lawlor gets out of it. Another clinch battle breaks out along the fence. They're back out at center Octagon. Carmont lands a straight right and a kick to the body. Carmont goes for a takedown, but Lawlor grabs him into a guillotine and takes him to the mat. Carmont gets out in the round's final seconds. An interesting round to score.

Round 2:
Carmont throws a leg kick, but otherwise Lawlor is keeping his distance. They grapple along the fence again, then break toward the center. Carmont with a front kick. Lawlor with a two-punch combo, then goes for a takedown, but it goes nowhere. Lawlor keeps Carmont pinned along the fence. Lawlor changes levels and finally gets the takedown. Carmont gets up and they clinch along the fence again. Carmont wants a Kimura, but can't do anything with it. Lawlor with another takedown. Lawlor transitions into another guillotine with about 30 seconds left. Carmont escapes in the closing seconds.

Round 3:
Lawlor's sticking to the game plan, as he pushes Carmont back toward the fence. Crowd gets a bit restless as Lawlor works a single-leg. Chartier breaks them up about two minutes in. They're both keeping their distance and throwing single punches. But Lawlor again pushes Carmont back toward the fence. Carmont makes a half-hearted attempt at a Kimura. If nothing else, Lawlor is dictating the tempo and bossing the direction of the fight. Carmont lands a couple rights, but there isn't much behind them. Final minute. They clinch along the fence late, Lawlor delivering foot stomps.

Francis Carmont def. Tom Lawlor via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28).
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Old 11-18-2012, 03:56 AM
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Martin Kampmann vs. Johny Hendricks

Round 1:
Kampmann throws a low kick; Hendricks chases Kampmann backwards with a pair of big lefts. And ... wow. Hendricks flattens Kampmann with a gigantic knockout left hand. A huge left to the jaw dropped Kampmann straight backwards and that's it.

Johny Hendricks def. Martin Kampmann via knockout at 0:46 of round one.

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Round 1: St-Pierre takes the center of the cage and the main even is underway. Condit circles on the outside. Condit misses with a right hand and St-Pierre misses with two. St-Pierre stalking. Condit using lateral movement. Condit moves in with a combination. St-Pierre lands an outside leg kick. Condit answers with a jab. St-Pierre goes for a takedown and gets it. He works in Condit’s full guard. Condit looks for an arm bar but St-Pierre sees it coming. St-Pierre moves to half guard. St-Pierre lands a few punches from the top. Two minutes remain in the round. Condit gets back to full guard. Condit works a high guard. St-Pierre postures up and lands punches. Condit punches from the bottom. St-Pierre lands a couple of hard punches. He works the body. Condit gets to his feet. He is cut. The round ends. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for St-Pierre.

Round 2: St-Pierre moving forward. St-Pierre lands a stiff jab. He moves away from Condit’s strikes. St-Pierre lands a right hook. Condit lands a right hand. Condit goes to the body. St-Pierre steps forward with a jab. Condit answers with a combination that backs St-Pierre up. Condit goes back to the body. Condit jumps in with a knee and St-Pierre counters with a right hand. Condit misses with a spinning back fist. Condit lands a kick to the body and St-Pierre takes him down. St-Pierre lands elbows. He postures up and lands a right hand. Condit is a bloody mess. St-Pierre lands punches and elbows. Condit lands elbows from the bottom. Condit gets to his feet. Condit lands a left hand. The round ends and they stare each other down. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for St-Pierre. GSP has a small cut under his left eye.
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Round 3: Condit delivers a kick to the body. St-Pierre answers with an inside leg kick. Condit moves in with a combination and lands a high kick that knocks St-Pierre down. Condit pounces on him. Condit lands shots. St-Pierre gets to full guard. Condit lands big elbows. St-Pierre gets to his feet. Condit knees him to the body as he stands. St-Pierre moves in with a combination and slams Condit to the canvas. Three minutes remain in the round. St-Pierre’s eye is swollen from the high kick. Condit applies a body triangle from the bottom. Condit works back to his feet. Condit works for a kimura but St-Pierre gets free and gets the takedown. St-Pierre advances to half guard. The round ends with GSP on top. Hard one to score. Condit did the most damage but St-Pierre controlled him on the ground.

Round 4: Condit lands an inside leg kick. Condit switches his stance. St-Pierre closes the distance and gets the fight to the ground. St-Pierre is in side control. Condit gets to half guard. Condit gets back to full guard. He lands elbows from the bottom. St-Pierre moves back to half guard. Three minutes remain in the round. Condit gets back to full guard. St-Pierre lands a solid right hand. Condit working a high guard. Condit works to islolate a leg. He works for a triangle but St-Pierre defends it. Condit gets back to his feet. Condit reverses him and gets top position. St-Pierre gets back to his feet and works for a takedown and gets it. St-Pierre land short shots. Condit gets back up at the bell. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for St-Pierre.
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Round 5: St-Pierre continues to move forward. St-Pierre lands a combination that ended with an outside leg kick. Condit looking to counter. St-Pierre drops down for a single and gets it. Condit gets free and side kicks him away. St-Pierre lands a solid right hand. Condit answers with a right hand. Condit follows with a straight left hand. Condit lands a left hand. Condit landing more regularly this round. St-Pierre steps in with a jab and follows it with a double jab and right hand. He takes Condit down. Two minutes remain in the fight. St-Pierre moves to half guard. Condit gives up his back. He rolls. St-Pierre is back in his full guard. Condit looks for a kimura. St-Pierre lands two big elbows in the closing seconds. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for St-Pierre.


The judges score the fight for St-Pierre by unanimous decision. The scorecards read: 50-45, 49-46, and 50-45.

Georges " I'll never finish" St Pierre wins again!
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