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Old 11-07-2013, 01:10 AM
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Jorge Masvidal vs. Rustam Khabilov

Round 1:
The referee for this one is Big John McCarthy. Huge overhand right straight off the bat from Khabilov. Wow. Landed flush, and caught Masvidal off guard, but he shook it off. Once again he lands the right as Masvidal missed. Khabilov throwing bombs out there. Trying to size one up. Masvidal trying to establish the jab, and is staying active. Another big right from Khabilov over the top lands. Masvidal isn't picking that up, but nor is he getting hurt by it. Masvidal keeps the center of the cage. Khabilov coils back and throws another big right, once again landing. Masvidal, by comparison, is nickel and diming. Now Masvidal moves in, and Khabilov goes for a single-leg takedown. Masvidal spins out of that, and we're back to center. Masvidal lands a nice body kick, then comes in with big flying knee, which lands but he is taken down immediately right after by the grappler Khabilov. It doesn't stay there; Masvidal right back up Yet another flying knee by Masvidal, who is opening up the arsenal here, not fearing the takedown as much as he was earlier. Khabilov grabs a leg and drives Masvidal into the fence, and they stay tied up there as the rounds ends.

Round 2:
Felt like Masvidal was turning the tide in the latter parts of the round. They meet at center, and Khabilov changes levels. Masvidal starting to whip out that jab he has, and he comes in with a leg kick. And another. Khabilov once again goes high-low, but doesn't land anything. Masvidal very steadily stalking Khabilov down. He's landing better as the fight goes on, isolated shots and combos. Seems to have Khabilov guessing a little bit. Good left by Masival lands flush, and then Khabilov comes over top with a right. As Khabilov ties up Masvidal, the Miami native turns him and steers the fight to the fence. Then the break. And now it's Masvidal with the takedown. Wow. He's trying to get off some elbows from the top. Khabilov able to get back up, and we got back to the center momentarily. Now Khabilov shoots and bangs Masvidal into the chain links, and grabs his back. He dumps Masvidal for a moment, but Masvidal bounces right back up. Khabilov toils for another takedown, but can't get it. They go back to center and circle as the roudn ends.

Round 3:
Khabilov comes in with a high kick, which catches the whiskers of Masvidal's chin. Masvidal strafing with the right jab. Khabilov is bouncing, still moving well. Wow! Spinning wheel kick from Khabilov lands flush to Masvidal's chin, and he drops. Khabilov pounces and trying to grab his neck. Masvidal able to squirm free and stand up. Wow. somehow Masvidal survived that vicious kick. They are at center now, trading shots. Now Masvidal tosses Khabilov to the canvas while on the fence, and Khabilov gets right back up. Both guys laboring out there now, breathing heavily. Khabilov now grabs Masvidal's back, but with both guys slippery with sweat can't get any traction. They go back to the fence, this time with Masvidal ushering the action. Masvidal grabs a leg, but Khabilov sprawls and lands a series of shots in close to Masvidal's rib cage. Crazy little back and forth fight. Each man had his moment, but none was bigger than the wheel kick that Khabilov planted on Masvidal early in the third.

UFC Fight for the Troops 3 results: Rustam Khabilov def. Jorse Masvidal via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
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Old 11-07-2013, 01:50 AM
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Ronny Markes vs. Yoel Romero

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is the third man. Markes comes in with an inside kick right off the bat, which stung. Tries it again and whiffs. Romero with a straight push kick is blocked. Romero looking to land that left. Markes actually gets Romero down for a moment, but Romero right back up. Now Romero lands a left hand after deking with an uppercut. Romero comes in high with a kick and slips to the canvas. Markes tries to punish the mistake but can't. Markes ties up Romero, and eats an elbow, but gets the takedown. Markes trying to improve his position, and looking to work a Kimura. Can't secure it, and Romero spins back to his feet. Both guys trade up punches, and the patty-cake from opposite stances continues. Big body kick by Markes. Romero just keeps chugging forward, and finally tries for a takedown of his own but is thwarted.

Round 2:
Markes tries a high kick off the bat, and missed. Romero plods forward with his hydrant physique. He grabs Markes' neck and pulls him into a short elbow, which glances off of top of Markes' head. Romero now working that left, and finding a home a little bit. Markes doing a good job of staying out of Romero's wheelhouse, yet landing steadily with the left jab. Romero has Markes down, but opts to let him back up. Neither guy is what you'd call agile; both are standing pretty still. Markes particularly. Good body kick there from Romero sends Markes to the canvas, but once again Romero -- a picture of poise -- very casually stands over him without pursuit. Then he lets him up. Markes returns fire with a body kick of his own, but it didn't land flush. Markes comes in with a flying knee which lands, and Romero throws his hands straight up to show he's okay. Now the volume is being cranked up. Markes is swinging for the fences, and Romero very coolly returning fire on the feet. Good action there late in the third. Markes with a stiff right hand late.

Round 3:
Markes comes out swinging, and lands a couple of shots at center. Romero moves forward, and Yamasaki says hold up, as it looks like Markes got poked in the eye. They are right back at it. Now Romero stalks forward throwing big left bombs, and at least one of them crashes into Markes to wobble him. But he's fine. Romero changing things up, lands a left to the body. Then boom! A huge straight left hand floors Markes. And he comes in while the stunned Markes was laying looking at the lights and put a powerful hammerfist on him to finish the job. It's over! Romero just went into his puncher's motion like a pitcher and threw that left hand, and it knocked Markes silly.

UFC Fight for the Troops 3 results: Yoel Romero def. Ronny Markes via TKO (strikes) at 1:39 of R3.
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Old 11-07-2013, 02:21 AM
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Liz Carmouche vs. Alexis Davis

Round 1:
The referee is Gary Copeland. Exchange of legkicks. Carmouche tries to come in over top with a left, but narrowly misses. Davis trying to time things out. She's waving her left out there, and throws a right. One-offs so far, not a lot of follow-up. Carmouche comes in with inside leg kick, and Davis catches it momentarily to put Carmouche off balance. Davis swivels into a leg kick off a deke of her right hand. Carmouche so far slipping the punches. Davis doing a good job of consistently kicking Carmouche's lead leg. And again. This time Carmouche favors the leg. Those are starting to hurt. Davis punishing that right leg. She's also getting a little tentative to move forward. Now David fakes the leg kick and comes over top with a combination, which is fruitful. She eats a punch on the parting. Good flurry. Now Carmouche returns a good leg kick on Davis, and they end in the center.

Round 2:
Davis stalks in right off. Carmouche circles, as Davis tries to find a home for the right hand. She doesn't that time. Carmouche now on her bike, rolling around the cage. Davis does still land another leg kick to Carmouche's right leg. And again. It's definitely factoring into things here. Davis is bleeding over her eye, but she just put together a great combination on the fence that rocked Carmouche. She kicks the leg again, too. But the blood is coming down Davis' face now pretty badly. Good exchange there, and Carmouche lands a swinging right. Still, for her efforts, she ate a big punch too. Davis remains the aggressor, ever as her face bleeds profusely. The whole left side of Davis' face is red. Another inside leg kick from Davis, and again. Carmouche limping. And she's eating punches, too, because she can't get out of the way as easily. Now Davis throws Carmouche to the ground with a minute to go, and goes into side control. Shoulder strikes from Davis. She uses her elbow to push Carmouche's head down, but can't find space to work ground and poiund. Just as the round comes to an end, Carmouche reverses and lands a couple of big shots.

Round 3:
Alexis Davis comes out like she was let go from a bowstring, putting Carmouche right back onto the fence. She's working knees into Carmouche's thighs, and they look painful. Davis planting her head into Carmouche's shoulder and landing inside stuff with the dirty boxing. Carmouche breaks, and lands a knee. But right back to the fence they go, with Davis in control. She is working for a takedown with double underhooks, but before she can get anywhere the referee separates them. Good exchange in the middle. Davis that time took the brunt of it. Carmouche is tough, even wobbled with the leg that's been pulverized for 12 minutes. Davis pushes Carmouche into the cage and goes to work again with short punches and an elbow. Just suffocating Carmouche, who looks tired. Davis has slowed too, but her game plan is the same. She's coming in high and low with the jab at the center with a minute to go. This is Davis' fight. Carmouche can't put a lot of pressure on her right leg, but she continues to roll to her left. Davis' foot has to be hurting, too, from all the kicks -- and she adds one more there. As the fight closes, good skirmish in the center.

UFC Fight for the Troops 3 results: Alexis Davis def. Liz Carmouche via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
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Old 11-07-2013, 03:21 AM
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Tim Kennedy vs. Rafael Natal

Round 1:
Herb Dean is the referee. They touch them up. Kennedy catches a Natal kick and nearly drops a big shot on him, but Natal squiggles free. Crowd chanting Ranger Up, as Kennedy gets rolling. A couple of high kicks from Kennedy, neither gets past Natal's forearms. A leg kick from Natal. Natal comes in and sticks him with a solid left, that stung. Good exchange in the middle that ends with a Kennedy uppercut that grazes Natal. Natal is sticking and moving well so far. He is landing, too. Tries a spinning wheel kick but it's errant. Now a USA chant breaks out at Fort Campbell. Kennedy has absorbed a few leg kicks and they might be affecting him, as he sort of wobbled when he put pressure on his leg. They exchange leg kicks on cue. Natal is definitely getting the better of that war. Kennedy tries a high kick but it doesn't come close, and Natal comes in with a jab. Natal is switching stances. He barely missed in a right hand there, but Kennedy doesn't! He lands a huge counter shot right to Natal's chin, and Natal drops. Herb Dean moves in and calls him off. TKO for Kennedy. It was a lunging left hook that dropped him, right along the fence. He came in with a couple of follow-up shots while Natal was supine, but the thing was already done. The crowd loves it, and Kennedy tells them he loves them while on the fence.

UFC Fight for the Troops results: Tim Kennedy def. Rafael Natal via TKO (strikes) at 4:40 of R1.


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Oh...and by the way...

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Glad for Tim Kennedy, but his statement made no sense. "I'm a Christian, and I believe in God, BUT I worship you guys!!!" (speaking of the cheering fans)

What the ?!?!

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James Krause vs. Bobby Green

Round 1:
Dave Doyle checking in here for the final undercard fight. "Big" John McCarthy is the referee for this lightweight fight. Krause is more active in the early going, throwing kicks low and high. Green's first strike of the fight, meanwhile is a field goal of a kick to the groin. Time out. Green gets off with a warning. Back to action. Pace picks up, with both guys throwing strikes right up the middle. Both guys are throwing punches and occasional kicks, but with two minutes left, neither has a distinct advantage. Guess what? Green channels his performance in Affliction against Dan Lauzon and kicks Krause low again. This time, Green is deducted a point. Right back to work, and Green immediately kicks Krause borderline low again. While at first it appeared McCarthy was going to disqualify Green, it ended up with Krause saying he can't continue and McCarthy waving off the fight.

Bobby Green def. James Krause via TKO at 3:50 of round one.

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[B][SIZE="3"] While at first it appeared McCarthy was going to disqualify Green, it ended up with Krause saying he can't continue and McCarthy waving off the fight.

Bobby Green def. James Krause via TKO at 3:50 of round one.

W-T-H???
outrageous...absolutely outrageous.

Sorry but that was a no contest if Krause said he couldnt continue (which incidently is not what he's saying) and a disqualification win for him, if he could continue, and the Ref had ANY care for fighter safety whatsoever.
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outrageous...absolutely outrageous.

Sorry but that was a no contest if Krause said he couldnt continue (which incidently is not what he's saying) and a disqualification win for him, if he could continue, and the Ref had ANY care for fighter safety whatsoever.
i don't think it was .. i think the kick was clean ... if krause was still sore from the first two shots, he should have taken more time and after the 5 minutes, if he couldn't continue, the fight should have been stopped .. he got hurt with that kick and tried to play it off as a low blow ... it wasn't ... good call on big jons part
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:54 PM
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here is the shot ... lands perfectly ... the intent of the no groin strike rule is so that the fighter doesn't go for the dudes nads .... the kick clearly misses krause's man parts ....
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