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Old 01-26-2013, 11:11 PM
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Good choice! Well, as long as Clay wins, I'll be happy!
I went with Hatsu Hioki. To tell you the truth, Flo, all Clay's "energizer bunny" bouncing around works on my nerves! Not to mention his hair!
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:15 PM
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I like Clay's hair because it flies when he gets hit.


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Old 01-26-2013, 11:22 PM
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Clay's mustache is really creepy.


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I know! I told David, "Like he doesn't have enough hair going on!"

No offense meant but Clay always reminds me of those cavemen in those Geico commercials!
He looks like a 70's pr0n star.

(not that I'd know what they look like, I'm just guessing....)
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:26 PM
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I like Clay's hair because it flies when he gets hit.


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Maybe I'm just jealous 'cause my hair doesn't fly like that! God bless him!

I've heard them say he's the nicest guy, and I read where he's the most liked fighter.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:29 PM
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He looks like a 70's pr0n star.

(not that I'd know what they look like, I'm just guessing....)
Speaking of...did you hear what Chael said earlier when Joe was talking to him and Jon Jones?
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:31 PM
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Clay Guida vs. Hatsu Hioki

Round 1:
Robert Madrigal for this fight, which is Guida's first since dropping down to 145 pounds. Guida's boucing around and moving as always. Hioki lands a body shot and a right uppercut. Guida shoots in for a takedown, but Hioki stuffs him. Guida moving around a lot, but not landing much. Hioki connecting with his counters. Two minutes left, Guida scores a takedown. Hioki works for a submission from the bottom, but can't quite control Guida's wrists. Guida attempts a guard pass. Hioki tries to get up, but Guida continues to smother him. One minute left. Hioki briefly gets Guida's back, then moves to a front facelock as they stand. Hioki lands a couple knees.

Round 2:
Second into the round, Guida picks up Hioki, takes him for a ride, and lands the slam. Guida seems to get the best of a grappling match on the ground, but Hioki quickly worked Guida into a Kimura. Hioki, from the bottom, tries to shift to a triangle, then an armbar. Guida picks up Hioki and slams him to break it. Hioki actively working from the bottom, Guida tries to improve his position but doesn't quite. Two minutes left. The referee curiously calls for a standup, considering both guys were working. Hioki lands a late head kick, but Guida absorbs it. I'm guessing the judges call the round for Guida, but Hioki controlled the round from the bottom.

Round 3:
Guida with a takedown about a minute in. Hioki works for a triangle, but Guida squirms out and manuevers into side control. Hioki up against the fence. Ninety seconds left. Guida continues to body lock a sitting Hioki. One minute left. The referee stands them up for the final half-minute. Not much happens late. Guida goes for a takedown late, doesn't get it.

70's pr0n star Clay Guida def. Hatsu Hioki via split decision (29-28 Hioki, 30-27 Guida, 29-28 Guida).

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Old 01-26-2013, 11:33 PM
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Speaking of...did you hear what Chael said earlier when Joe was talking to him and Jon Jones?
Yes.
That Chael, he's an original, no doubt about it! I loved that interview!
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Ooooh, that TJ Grant finishes ala Jon Jones with those elbows!

Did y'all see that slo-mo replay of the elbow to the head and then blood squirts out of Wiman's nose! I thought Amy might like that!
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T.J. Grant vs. Matt Wiman

Round 1:
John McCarthy is the referee for this lightweight fight. Both guys come out swinging. Grant closes the distance, grabs a Thai clinch and lands a knee. They take turns throwing combos and counters, with neither gaining a distinct advantage. Midway through. Same deal, both guys throwing crisp strikes. Grant rocks Wiman with an elbow and sends him backwards. Wiman's on the Matt on his hands and knees, Grant is opening up. Wiman, whose nose is busted open, switches to top control, then side. One minute left. Grant stands, Wiman follows. Grant drops Wiman face first with a standing elbow and that's it, McCarthy calls it off.

T.J. Grant def. Matt Wiman via TKO at 4:51 of round one.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:56 PM
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Ooooh, that TJ Grant finishes ala Jon Jones with those elbows!

Did y'all see that slo-mo replay of the elbow to the head and then blood squirts out of Wiman's nose! I thought Amy might like that!
Great fight.
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