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Jim Miller vs. Pat Healy

Round 1:
Miller gets Healy's attention early with a straight left and a kick. Miller's mixing his strikes early. Two-punch combo connects. Big "Let's go Miller" chant from the New Jersey ground. Miller with a takedown, but Healy's solid off his back, so we'll see where it goes. Healy works for an armbar, then attempts an omplata. Healy rolls out, and Miller gets a crucifix from an odd position. Miller is methodically working for an armbar. Two minutes left. Miller can't quite isolate the arm. Healy's free and we're back standing. Healy closes the distance with a two-punch combo and scores a takedown with just over a minute left. Miller turns over and Healy lands a series of punches. Big slam by Healy, who gets Miller's back. Miller switches position and lands elbow in the closing seconds.

Round 2:
Healy initiates a clinch and then scores a trip, but Miller's right back to his feet. Back to center Octagon, but not for long, as they clinch along the fence. Healy switches levels and gets another takedown. Healy's landing some bombs from the top. Miller's looking for a submission, but he keeps ending up in worse position than before. Miller's trying to get up, and Healy gets his back as he does it. Miller gets a choke, but he escapes the choke. Miller somehow gets out. Stalemate on the ground with one minute left. Miller walks for a submission late, but no dice.

Round 3:
Miller lands a right hook. Healy responds with a two-punch combo. They clinch hit the mat simultaneously and scramble to their feet. Miller lands an inside leg kick and Healy tags him with a right hand. Healy with a takedown and good position, with Miller pressed against the fence. Healy lands elbows. Healy works for an arm triangle, then abandons it. Midway through the round. Healy is just smothering Miller, landing punches and elbows at will. Miller is cut bad over his last eye. Healy has a rear naked choke. Miller goes out rather than tap. Tremendous UFC debut for the veteran Healy.

Pat Healy def. Jim Miller via submission at 4:02 of round three.

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Terrible performance by the refs & judges tonight.
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Phil Davis vs. Vinny Magalhaes

Round 1:
Dan Miragliota is the referee for this fight. No touching of gloves after all the trash talk between these two. Magalhaes is throwing leg kicks early and Davis is going for two-punch combos. A brief clinch along the fence, then a break. Davis rocks Magalhaes with a head kick, but Davis doesn't fully capitalize. Davis with a combo. Magalhaes catches a Davis kick, gets him to the mat, and goes for an armlock, but Davis manages to escape and get back to his feet. Two minutes left. Davis is hitting Magalhaes with crisp punches, keeping Magalhaes mostly backpedaling. Magalhaes claims an eye poke (it wasn't apparent), but Mirgaliota tells him to keep going. Magalhaes fires a kick to the body.

Round 2:
Replay in between rounds shows that Magalhaes was poked in the eye. Back to action. Magalhaes more active early, landing with a two-punch combo which surprises Davis. Davis goes for a takedown, then Magalhaes tries to pull guard. Davis back to his feet. Magalhaes follows. Davis with a couple crisp combos; Magalhaes' face is starting to swell. Midway through the round, Davis doesn't have much of an answer for Davis' clinical jab work. Magalhaes tries to pull guard again, but Davis isn't buying it. Magalhaes simply has no answer for Davis. Magalhaes shoots for a takedown, but nothing comes of it.

Round 3:
Magalhaes' corner let him know he needs a finish in round three, but in the opening minute, Magalhaes isn't doing much of anything. Davis scores an effortless takedown, but refuses to follow him to the mat. Davis continues to methodically jab Magalhaes, who is covering up but using zero head movement. Two minutes left. Nohting from Magalhaes demonstrates urgency. Magalhaes makes a sloppy lunge for a single leg to no avail. Davis looks more like he worked up a good sweat working the heavy bag than has been in a fight.

Phil Davis def. Vinny Magalhaes via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).
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Terrible performance by the refs & judges tonight.
Even Bruce messed up tonight!!

At least the stats guy seems to be doing a good job...



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WOW. I knew Roy was going to do it!! Dayum!
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Old 04-28-2013, 04:22 AM
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Roy Nelson vs. Cheick Kongo

Round 1:
Kevin Mulhall is the referee for this one. Nelson initiates a clinch and presses Kongo against the cage. Mulhall, who's having a bad night, breaks them while they're working. Nelson drops Kongo with one big right-handed bomb to the jaw, lands another huge right, and Mulhall stops the fight.

Roy Nelson def. Cheick Kongo via KO at 2:03 of round one.



Roy deserves a shot at the belt, IMO.
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Michael Bisping vs. Alan Belcher

Round 1:
Herb Dean is your referee. Officials cut Belcher's ankle wraps off right before he got into the Octagon. Bisping checks a Belcher high kick. Bisping catches a Belcher low kick. Bisping with a two-punch combo and a low kick. Still a standup stalemate midway through. Bisping with a counter combo, then connects with a right hand. Belcher lands a right to the temple. Belcher whiffs on an uppercut. It's either guy's round with a minute left. Bisping catches an eye poke and Dean calls time. Bisping trips Belcher, who gets right back up. Bisping sprawls a takedown, then lands a right hand at the horn. Tossup.

Round 2:
Bisping just misses on a high kick, and follows right up with a solid right. There's not much happening here, but Bisping is using effective movement and when he's throwing punches, he's landing. Belcher is keeping his hands curiously low. Belcher with a two-punch combo and follows with a kick. Bisping looks like he's slowly warming up, but Belcher seems entirely out of sorts. Belcher connects on a right and Bisping tags him with a left. Belcher lands a couple solid rights in the closing seconds.

Round 3:
Both guys still fighting at a distance early. Bisping with a two-punch combo, followed by an uppercut. Crowd's getting a bit restless. Bisping isn't throwing in high volume, but he's landing when he throws. Belcher looks listless. Bisping beating Belcher to the punch in every exchange, but hasn't come close to dropping Belcher. Belcher with a weak takedown attempt. One minute left. Bisping's fitness is on display late. Bisping catches Belcher with a horrific eye poke. It's gruesome. The fight's stopped and will go to the cards.

Michael Bisping def. Alan Belcher via technical decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).
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Even Bruce messed up tonight!!

At least the stats guy seems to be doing a good job...



Meh, I wasn't quite as accurate on the Phil/Vinny fight as I would have liked. Other than that, I'm doing OK.
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Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen

Round 1:

Keith Peterson is the referee for this one. Sonnen comes out swinging, but Jones scores an easy takedown. They're back to their feet. They clinch and Sonnen connects with his dirty boxing. Jones clinches Sonnen against the fence. Sonnen throws knees. Sonnen again landing in close, but Jones again scores an easy takedown and follows with a big elbow. Sonnen back to his feet, but Jones stays on his back. He transitions to a bodylock. Sonnen grabs a guillotine, but Jones pops right out. Jones lands a big uppercut and an elbow then just misses with a spinning back elbow. Sonnen has a Muay Thai clinch and lands a knee or two, but Jones once again scores a ridiculously easy takedown. Sonnen does a reasonable job covering up. Jones looks determined to defeat Sonnen at his own game to prove a point. Sonnen covering up as Jones swarms. Peterson calls the fight. Sonnen is protesting, but his face is all messed up and it wasn't going to get any better.

Jon Jones def. Chael Sonnen via TKO at 4:33 of round one.

*yawn*

Joe is being so obsequious with JBJ, it's embarrassing.
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