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Old 03-17-2013, 02:13 AM
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Oh no! Terrible decision by Yves. Carvalho jumped right back up and his legs weren't even wobbly.

Antonio Carvalho vs. Darren Elkins

Round 1:
Referee Yves Lavigne oversees this featherweight bout. Elkins closes the distance but Carvalho fights off the clinch. Elkins shoots for a double, then switches to a single. Carvalho defends successfully. Overhand right from Elkins misses wildly. Carvalho controlling the distance well so far. Carvalho cracks Elkins with a left hand as he comes in. Elkins muscles Carvalho against the fence, but Carvalho reverses and releases. Elkins barely dodges a heavy head kick. Elkins staggers Carvalho with a straight right, then drops him with another. Lavigne quickly jumps in to stop it, but Carvalho was already back on his feet. Carvalho protesting the stoppage and he has a strong case. This one is over though.

Darren Elkins def. Antonio Carvalho via knockout (punch) at 3:06 or round 1.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:16 AM
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lavignes gonna get crap for that stoppage .... but, carvalho was wobbled just before that and hot dropped too ... carvalho went to the same highschool as me .. just a few years younger ...
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:58 AM
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thought voekler won that fight ....
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:04 AM
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lavignes gonna get crap for that stoppage .... but, carvalho was wobbled just before that and hot dropped too ... carvalho went to the same highschool as me .. just a few years younger ...
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:04 AM
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Patrick Cote vs. Bobby Voelker

Round 1:
Referee Phillippe Chartier oversees our final preliminary card bout. Chants of "Ole!" roll across the Montreal crowd. An exchange opens the round, with Cote getting the better of it. Cote pressuring forward unloading a series of one-twos. Cote muscles Voelker against the fence. Cote lands a few short shots then releases. Voelker finds a home for a pair of right hands. Cote grimaces and shakes his head. Voelker trips Cote to the canvas and settles into his guard. Cote threatens with an armbar but Voelker defends. Voelker postures up then dives back inside. Cote unleashes a few elbows from the bottom. Cote incredibly active, stifling Voelker's offense.

Round 2:
Wild exchange to start. Cote cracks Voelker across the jaw. Voelker answers with a leg kick. Cote ducks under a right hook, then misses a jab. Another kick to the lead leg from Voelker, and another. Voelker pressures Cote against the fence. Cote reverses, then releases and unloads a salvo. Straight right smashes into Voelker. Voelker fires back. Cote misses with a superman punch. Huge knee from the clinch for Voelker. Another knee makes Cote close the distance against the cage. Voelker with a thai plum, Cote unleashes a flurry. Both fighters trading heavy leather. Crazy fight so far. Blood is streaming down Cote's face. Voelker trips Cote, but Cote quickly stands and reverses. Cote eats a big left hand, then fires back and shoots for a double. Voelker sprawls.


Round 3:
A wide cut is embedded across Cote's forehead. Voelker answers the bells on fire, crushing Cote with looping hooks. Cote clinches to slow the pace. Cote backs out and fires off a flying knee. Voelker closes the distance, only to find his back pressed against the fence. Cote with a heavy breath, takes a look up at the clock. Cote connects with an elbow off the break. Another wild flurry, and Cote eats a huge knee. Voelker muscles Cote to the canvas, unloading hammerfists from side control. Cote trying to scramble out. Grueling round so far. Voelker stifles Cote's escape, tossing him back down. Cote latches onto an armbar. Voelker defends and takes Cote's back. Cote swirls and stands. Voelker changes levels then dumps him with a double. Cote hunting for another desperation armbar but nothing gives. Voelker in complete control. Voelker rains down strikes from half guard as the final horn sounds.

Patrick Cote def. Bobby Voelker via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).





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Cool! I picked Elkins to win, I just thought that Carvalho got robbed; I bet Yves wishes he could take that stoppage back.
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:07 AM
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yves was probably making it up cuz he think he stopped the dillishaw fight too late ... and dana announces rousey and winner of tate fight coaching tuf and the house will have 135 men and 125 women ... I am going to have to try out for this .. but I don't think I make 135 unless I chop off both legs ...
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:43 AM
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Mike Ricci vs. Colin Fletcher

Round 1:
Marc Goddard is the referee for this battle of TUF runners-up. Ricci throws a head kick. Fletcher counters with a low kick. Both guys content to keep it standing early, throwing single strikes as they try to find their range. Ricci pushes Fletcher back with a body kick, throws a two-punch combo and lands a right. Still a deliberate pace midway through. Ricci pops Fletcher in the jaw and Fletcher responds with a solid counter. Fletcher misses times a spinning back fist and bails on it. Fletcher throws a kick which lands low on Ricci and Goddard calls time-out. Back to action. Fletcher catches a Ricci kick late and presses him against the cage as the round ends. Close round.

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Pace picks up quickly as Fletcher comes out swinging, Ricci throws a head kick, Ricci scores a takedown. Ricci postures up and switches to side control. Ricci has Fletcher head over heels on the mat, Fletcher reaches for a heel hook but doesn't get it. Fletcher scrambles back to his feet. Fletcher came out of that exchange with a cut under his right eye. Fletcher getting the best of the grappling contest along the cage. They break and end up center Octagon midway through the round. Fletcher lands a knee and a body kick, Ricci throws a high kick and Fletcher throws a low kick. Ricci has a mouse under his left eye. The fighters look tired in the final minute. Ricci throws a kick and ducks a spinning back first.

Round 3:
Fletcher shoots for a single-leg in the opening seconds, but all he manages to do is push Ricci back to the fence. They reverse position a couple times. Fletcher works for a standing guillotine, but doesn't come close. They break and we're back to a slow-paced kickboxing match. Fletcher is picking up the pace a bit, landing a spinning back fist. Neither fighter showing much urgency in the final minutes. Ricci with a takedown, Fletcher tries to work a position from the bottom, but nothing's doing. One minute left. Ricci landing solid elbows and left hands. Fletcher rolls and Ricci gets his back. Ricci working for a rear-anked choke, but doesn't get it. He moves for an armbar in the final seconds, but doesn't get it, as time expires.

Mike Ricci def. Colin Fletcher via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

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Wow, that last fight was a snoozer.
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yves was probably making it up cuz he think he stopped the dillishaw fight too late ... and dana announces rousey and winner of tate fight coaching tuf and the house will have 135 men and 125 women ... I am going to have to try out for this .. but I don't think I make 135 unless I chop off both legs ...


Joe didn't look exactly thrilled with Dana's announcement.

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Wow, that last fight was a snoozer.
Yeah, not very exciting but I'm glad freak boy lost
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Nick Ring vs. Chris Camozzi

Round 1:
Marc Andre-Cote is the referee for this battle of southpaws. Both guys darting in and throwing combos early. Ring dropping his hands curiously low in the early going. Camozzi connects on an overhand left and pursues Ring, who scampers to safety. Camozzi pops Ring with a right and follows with a left. Both guys go for front kicks at the same time, neither really landing. Camozzi again connects with the overhand left, leading to a brief scrum along the fence. Ring continuing to fight hands down, jaw forward. One minute left. Ring connects on a solid leg kick. Camozzi with a combo and Ring a knee as the round ends.

Round 2:
The fighters trade leg kicks early. Ring connects on a left to the jaw. Ring's making better use of his speed this round, darting in and out and landing. Camozzi, though, lands a knee and tries to work for a guillotine, but Ring escapes and we're back out to the middle. Camozzi has a bloody nose, Ring is cut under his right eye. Ring connecting on his strikes and getting out of range. Crowd is not thrilled with the fight.

Round 3:
Surprise surprise, round three is going the same as the first two. But wait ... Camozzi clinches Ring from behind and presses him against the cage. Camozzi lands a pair of knees, but Ring escapes and gets to center Octagon. Camozzi's connecting more this round as Ring isn't moving as fast as he was. Ring shoots for a single, but Camozzi grabs him in a headlock. Final minute. Camozzi lands a left. There's little behind Ring's punches. Camozzi throws more late. Fight comes to a merciful conclusion.

Chris Camozzi def. Nick Ring via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).
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