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Rafael Natal vs. Joao Zeferino

Round 1:
Both fighters open orthodox and Zeferino cracks Natal with a right hand early. Natal doing some slight pressuring throughout the first one-third of the round, but not getting much done. Natal eats a right hand, but fires one of his own and scores double underhooks. He attempts a body lock trip and ends up in mount. A 50/50 guard is scored as a consequence of a scramble. Neither fighter is able to gain an advantage and referee Leon Roberts stand them up.

Round 2:
Zeferino misses on an overhand right, but Natal can't get anything going. Zeferino tries to score on a double, but Natal whizzers hard and stands immediately. Hard outside leg kick lands for Natal. Zeferino chases straight on a double and is stuffed. Now Natal has him in a front head lock, but Natal backs out and lets him up. Two right hands score for Zeferino, but no follow up. Zeferino misses on a spinning back fist and now Natal landing a few shots on top.

Round 3:
Natal doing the pressing early, but cracks Natal with a right. Still, he's backing up and appears to be exhausted. Natal scores a low, hard outside leg kick and briefly has Zeferino's back. He loses position, but not before landing a few potshots. Then Zeferino responds with another right, but can't do anything with it. Zeferino tries to score double underhooks, but Natal pummels in and takes Zeferino to the floor. Natal moves to side and now mount with less than a minute left. Zeferino gives up the back briefly before rolling right to his back. And then gives up the back again.

Rafael Natal def. Joao Zeferino via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
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What was that BS attempt to draw a foul in the first round? That was the weakest move I've ever seen.
I was outside during the first round, was it Lentz or Diaz?
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I was outside during the first round, was it Lentz or Diaz?
It was the Natal/Zeferino fight
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Old 05-19-2013, 01:58 AM
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It was the Natal/Zeferino fight
Apparently, I missed that as well!
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Whew, I thought Dunham won that fight, but I'll take the W for my record!
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Rafael dos Anjos vs. Evan Dunham

Round 1:
Both fighters open southpaw. Hard outside leg kick for dos Anjos and a left hand. One-two scores on the second half also for dos Anjos. Right hand ripped to the body for dos Anjos, but both fighters each punches in the pocket directly after. Overhand left scores now for the Brazilian off a blocked head kick. A caught kick from Dunham puts dos Anjos on his back and the Brazilian eats an elbow. Dos Anjos trying to control Dunham's posture and is blocking the pass. Kevin Mulhall stands them up and dos Anjos lands a left hook before the final bell.

Round 2:
Dunham times a double leg, but dos Anjos sets up a guillotine, which sets up a scramble. The two stand an separate. Hard right hook to the body by dos Anjos. The Brazilian is in on a shot pressing Dunham against the fence. He can't get it, but lands a right hand when he lets it go. Left hand counter scores twice for dos Anjos. Hard knee from a clinch break scores for dos Anjos. Decent jab from Dunham lands and another, although he eats a right in the process. Left hand scores for Dunham as he presses forward and scores a scoop right. Dos Anjos eats a knee but lands a two hard punches. Dunham scores.

Round 3:
Dunham opens the round pressing forward. Both land right hooks. Dunham being first to the punch on severl exchanges. He dives on a single, but dos Anjos stuffs it. The Brazilian scores with a body kick. And another one. Left hook for Dunham plus a one-two. Dos Anjos charges in and lands a right, but Dunham scores with two short rights of his own. Hard punches in the clinch from Dunham, but he eats a knee and has his shot stuffed by dos Anjos. Another hard body kick from the Brazilian, but he eats a right hand in the process. Dunham scores against the fence but eats two from the outside from the Brazilian.

Rafael dos Anjos def. Evan Dunham via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

BS decision. Am I totally off-base, Ben?
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Jacare Souza vs. Chris Camozzi

Round 1:
Jacare opens orthodox and cracks the southpaw Camozzi. Another right hand lands for Jacare and a knee tap puts Camozzi on his back. Hard elbow on top from the Brazilian scores. Jacare landing all sorts of hard shots from top position. Jacare moves to side control and now knee on belly. A scramble for Jacare ends up with an oma plata then to side control for Jacare. And just like that, Camozzi goes to sleep.

Ronaldo Souza def. Chris Camozzi at 3:37 of round 1
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Vitor Belfort vs. Luke Rockhold

Round 1:
Leon Roberts is the referee in charge. Both fighters open orthodox. Rockhold shoots and is stuffed. Belfort follows up with a right and they briefly tie up. Rockhold staying active with his kicks, some of them landing to the legs. Belfort charges forward with punches and misses wildly. Wow. Out of nowhere. Belfort lands a spinning heel kick that lands flush on Rockhold. It downs the American badly. Belfort follows up with a few punches and that's all she wrote. The referee has no choice but to stop the fight.

Vitor Belfort def. Luke Rockhold via KO (spinning heel kick) at 2:32 of round 1


Wow! Vitor is DA MAN!
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Vitor Belfort vs. Luke Rockhold

Round 1:
Leon Roberts is the referee in charge. Both fighters open orthodox. Rockhold shoots and is stuffed. Belfort follows up with a right and they briefly tie up. Rockhold staying active with his kicks, some of them landing to the legs. Belfort charges forward with punches and misses wildly. Wow. Out of nowhere. Belfort lands a spinning heel kick that lands flush on Rockhold. It downs the American badly. Belfort follows up with a few punches and that's all she wrote. The referee has no choice but to stop the fight.

Vitor Belfort def. Luke Rockhold via KO (spinning heel kick) at 2:32 of round 1


Wow! Vitor is DA MAN!
Loved it!!! Rockhold is a punk and IMO overrated. Guess he can use the TRT excuse, he made a huge deal about it leading up to the fight.
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I really wish Vitor would get off the TRT. I hate the fact that he moved down to the Blackzillians with a scumbag like Overeem & decides to start juicing.
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