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Dustin Pague vs. Kyoji Horiguchi

Round 1:
Alright folks, Herb Dean is our referee. Let's start this card off right. Horiguchi circles, feints and connects on a leg kick. Pague ties up and takes Horiguchi's back during a scramble. Horiguchi stands. Pague like a backpack, slithers in an arm hunting for a rear-naked. Horiguchi pries Pague's arm away from his neck. Pague is relentless. Horiguchi unlocks Pague's legs and twists free. Horiguchi dives low for a single against the fence. Pague defends and releases to the center of the cage. Pague nearly connects on a big knee. Pague secures a trip takedown and pounds away. Horiguchi wrestles free and ends the round on top.

Round 2:
Horiguchi connects on a huge shot right out of the gate! Pague is floored. Horiguchi pounces and unloads a flurry. Somehow Pague survives, and after a brief scramble, climbs back to his feet. Wow, what a start. Horiguchi closes the distance and muscles Pague back to the mat, landing in half guard. Horiguchi staying busy with short elbows and punches. Pague recovers his guard. Horiguchi stands then dives back inside with a big shot. Horiguchi unleashes another salvo. Dean is taking a close look. Horiguchi stands and blitzes Pague. This one is over.

Kyoji Horiguchi def. Dustin Pague via TKO (punches) at 3:51 of round 2.






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Old 10-19-2013, 10:51 PM
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I really like Fili, he can do it all. I think Dana is going to keep him around regardless of the outcome...

Plus he has an awesome nick.
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Old 10-19-2013, 10:56 PM
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Jeremy Larsen vs. Andre Fili

Round 1:
Fili missed weight by 2.5 pounds on Friday. We're off. Big exchange early. Fili catches Larsen's chin with a huge three-punch combination. Larsen drops for a double. Fili defends, but winds up pressed against the fence. Fili unloads a few knees then tosses Larsen to the mat. Larsen stands but he's eating a slew of punches. Larsen changes levels and clasps his hands for a double. Fili defends and releases. Larsen is a bloodied mess. huge cut across his forehead. The referee stops the fight to have the doctor check on it. We're back. Fili goes right back to work. Huge uppercut cracks Larsen. Larsen catches a kick and throws Fili to the canvas, landing in top position. Larsen working from full guard. Fili throws his legs up for a triangle. Nothing going. Fili scrambles out and stands. Larsen's face is coated in blood. Fili lands a low kick. Right hand stumbles Larsen.

Round 2:
Larsen is cleaned up but that's an ax wound on his face. It's only a matter of time. Fili catches him with a big right. Head kick misses from Fili. Larsen eats a left. Fili cracks Larsen with another right. Whoa, that one put him on wobbly legs. Fili sees it and swarms. Follow up shot drops Larsen, and one more seals the deal. Impressive UFC debut for Fili.

Andre Fili def. Jeremy Larsen via TKO (punches) at 0:53 of round 2.

Great fight. Yes, he was over but he said he was at 178 when he accepted the fight 2 weeks ago so props to Larsen for accepting the fight. Fili still cut a lot of weight.
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:29 PM
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Tony Ferguson vs. Mike Rio

Round 1:
Rio tags Ferguson with an early straight left. Rio closes the distance, tags Ferguson again, then fights off a takedown. Ferguson stands and starts going to work. Rio changes levels for a double, but Ferguson sprawls. Ferguson smashes a knee into Rio's shoulder. Ferguson releases and stands, then staggers Rio with a left hook. Rio dives inside for a takedown, but Ferguson catches it and slithers in d'arce. Rio tries to fight it off, but Ferguson adjusts and tightens, coaxing an immediate tapout.

Tony Ferguson def. Mike Rio via submission (d'arce choke) at 1:52 of round 1.
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Amagov's heel kick ko from a previous fight...

Ben has to clue me in about posting animated gifs...
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TJ Waldburger vs. Adlan Amagov

Round 1:
Texas crowd rallying around their boy. Waldburger and Amagov trade leg kicks. Amagov throws out a front kick. Spinning back kick crushes Waldburger's midsection. Waldburger closes the distance and muscles Amagov against the fence. Waldburger changes levels for a single. Amagov pummels under and unloads on Waldburger's side. Brutal shots. Huge left staggers Waldburger back. Amagov swarms and blasts a downed Waldburger with follow-up shots. He's out cold. Wow. That was violent.

Adlan Amagov def. T.J. Waldburger via KO (strikes) at 3:25 of round 1.
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George Sotiropoulos vs. KJ Noons

Round 1:
Herb Dean is our referee. Lots of circling and waiting early. This Texas crowd is getting impatient. More boos. Sotiropoulos circles right and feints. Noons pawing out straight punches but nothing connecting. No action so far. Noons lunges inside and gets tagged. Huge swirl of boos here. Both men starting to exchange a little now, but still nothing landing. Sotiropoulos paws out his jab. Noons gets poked in the eye. This crowd is super unhappy. Whoa, that eyepoke was pretty bad. Dean giving Noons time to recover. We're back. Noons rushes inside and connects. Noons catches Sotiropoulos just before the end of the round! Sotiropoulos drops to one knee. Noons swarms, but there's the horn. That last shot saved what could've been a 10-10 round.

Round 2:
Sotiropoulos catches Noons with a hard counter. Sotiropoulos stalking forward. Noons blocks a high kick. Noons goes low to the body. Sotiropoulos misses a left. Sotiropoulos cracks Noons with a jab, then looks to change levels unsuccessfully. More boos from this Texas crowd. Sotiropoulos back to circling. Noons counters a body kick with a hard right. Sotiropoulos grabs a single and drags Noons to the mat. Noons sits up against the fence, then stands and releases. Noons eats a left. Sotiropoulos goes low then high. Lazy left connects for Noons. Sotiropoulos tosses out a high kick. And another. Sloppy exchange to end the round.

Round 3:
After four quick finishes, this crowd is not enjoying themselves right now. Sotiropoulos misses a spinning back kick. Noons cracks Sotiropoulos with a hard counter left. Sotiropoulos is cut above his left eye. Big one-two lands for Noons. Noons opens up Sotiropoulos with a huge left. Sotiropoulos' head is pouring blood. Sotiropoulos ties up and hunts for a single, but can't get it. And another. Sotiropoulos blocks a right then stalks forward. High kick whiffs for Sotiropoulos. Sotiropoulos changes levels for a double. Noons defends and fires off a counter. Sotiropoulos connects on a high kick. Noons ducks under a follow-up high kick and cracks Sotiropoulos with a counter. This fight could still be up for grabs. Sotiropoulos misses a wild spinning kick. Noons goes to the body. MMA Fighting scores it 10-9 Noons. (29-28 Noons.)

K.J. Noons def. George Sotiropoulos via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

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Sarah Kaufman vs. Jessica Eye

Round 1:
Referee Jacob Montalvo is the third man in the cage. High pace early. Eye winging looping punches. Kaufman fires back with a flurry. Eye catches Kaufman into the clinch and muscles her against the fence. Kaufman escapes with some thai knee. Kaufman pumps his jab. Low kick connects for Eye. Kaufman blasts her with a right. Another exchanges ends with Kaufman against the fence. Kaufman reverses position and unloads. Another clinch with heavy shots from both women. Eye powers Kaufman against the cage. Eye cracks Kaufman with a hard elbow then releases. Kaufman lunges inside and lands a knee. Eye sidesteps a right.

Round 2:
Eye pacing back and forth ready to go. Kaufman rushes inside winging looping punches. Eye blocks a right hook. Kaufman wades inside against and unloads. Eye presses forward and misses. Eye kicks to the body. Big exchange inside. Kaufman shakes off a knee and fires back. Eye with a series of footstomps against the fence. Eye releases, and winds up with her back against the opposite fence. Kaufman is cut under her left eye. Kaufman misses a low kick, then wades forward with a salvo. Another exchange closes out the round.

Round 3:
Huge swell of applause greets both women as we begin the final round. Kaufman ties up and muscles Eye against the fence. Kaufman creates space with the crossface and goes with the right hook. Kaufman releases. Eye cracks Kaufman with a hard right. Another big exchange out of the clinch. Kaufman blocks a kick to the midsection. Eye misses a with flurry. This fight is up for grabs. Kaufman rushes inside and works the body with left hooks. Big elbow from Kaufman. Eye releases and fires off a jab. Huge one-two rocks Eye. Kaufman stalks forward and follows up. Eye is hurt. Eye ties up and leans her weight on Kaufman against the cage. Kaufman with a series of short rights. More rights from Kaufman, big ones. Wild exchange closes this one out. Great fight.

Jessica Eye def. Sarah Kaufman via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
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Nate Marquardt vs. Hector Lombard

Round 1:
Jason Stafin is our referee. Lombard stalking early, blocks a pair of high kicks. Marquardt goes low. Marquardt ties up and eats a flurry of shots for his troubles. Big straight left from Lombard. Lombard storms forward and unloads a right that grazes the back of Marquardt's head. Marquardt is hurt! Lombard swarms and Marquardt topples over. Lombard cracks Marquardt with a few follow-up shots and this one is over.

Hector Lombard def. Nate Marquardt via TKO (punches) at 1:48 of round one.
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Amagov's heel kick ko from a previous fight...

Ben has to clue me in about posting animated gifs...
Wow! You heard that!

Looks like I've missed some good fights so far. Thanks for posting the results, Cathy.
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