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Old 11-17-2013, 02:50 AM
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Erik Perez vs. Edwin Figueroa

Erik Perez def. Edwin Figueroa via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Lose the mask, Erik. It's not scary or edgy, it's LAME.
I didn't like the mask either.
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Old 11-17-2013, 02:58 AM
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Ed Herman vs. Thales Leites

Round 1:
Kim Winslow is our referee. Herman opens with an outside leg kick. Leites cracks Herman during a wild exchange. Herman connects on an upkick but Leites still dives into top position. Leites stands, then settles in half guard. Leites trying to pass but Herman having none of it. Leites finally works into side control. Herman scrambles back to his feet, but winds up with his back against the fence. Leites trips Herman to the canvas, landing in half guard. Herman rolls and Leites takes his back, sinking in both hooks. Leites propped up against the fence, working for a rear-naked. Herman looks to roll but Leites blasts him with lefts, then re-sinks in both hooks. Herman explodes to his feet.

Round 2:
Leites cracks Herman with a hard right, then bullrushes him against the fence. Herman reverses. Herman stuffs a takedown attempt and connects on a hard counter. Leites trips Herman to the canvas, then advances into half guard. Herman gives up his back and Leites gladly takes it. Herman eats a right. Leites stands, gets blasted by an upkick, then dives back on top. Leites claims side control, then takes Herman's back again. Herman creates some distance then regains his half guard. Big flood of boos from the Las Vegas crowd.

Round 3:
Herman's corner calling for desperation. Leites blasts Herman with a left then ties up. Herman reverses, separates then unloads a salvo. Low kick from Herman. Leites charges inside and muscles Herman against the fence. Herman defends a trip attempt then reverses position. Winslow calls for action. Good left off the break from Herman. Herman paws out his jab, then whiffs on a looping punch. Another clinch, this time Leites trapped against the fence. Leites works on a trip, but Herman holds onto the cage to stop it. Winslow pries Herman's fingers off as Leites finishes the takedown. Leites working from half guard. More boos from the crowd. Leites climbs over and takes Herman's back. Leites hunting for an arm triangle. Herman rolls to reclaim his half guard. Winslow calls for action again. And there's the boos. Leites mounts Herman as the horn signals the end.

Thales Leites def. Ed Herman via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)




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I didn't like the mask either.
It's just embarrassing, innit, Bon?
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Old 11-17-2013, 03:01 AM
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Donald Cerrone vs. Evan Dunham

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is our referee for this final preliminary fight. Dunham bullrushes Cerrone right away and eats a knee for his troubles. Dunham wades inside with straight punches. Cerrone explodes with a flurry. Dunham on his heels. Huge left drops Dunham! Cerrone pounces and unloads punches from the top. Dunham stays alive and locks up half guard. Brutal sequence there. Dunham sweeps into top position but Cerrone locks up a triangle. Cerrone switches into a omoplata. Dunham rolls and Cerrone grabs a front headlock. Both men stand. Dunham pins Cerrone against the fence. Cerrone pummels in an underhook with his right arm. Monstrous knee blasts Dunham! Dunham backs out but eats another huge knee. Dunham's face is busted up. Cerrone with a leg kick. Another leg kick followed by a flurry. Counter knee lands for Cerrone. Dunham stalks forward with a one-two capped off by a low kick. Great round.

Round 2:
Wild exchange as Dunham rushes across the cage. Cerrone connects on a knee off the break. Another hard knee from Cerrone, followed by a step-in elbow. Cerrone goes low with kicks. Dunham whiffs on a one-two then shucks off a takedown attempt. Cerrone chopping down Dunham with low kicks. Dunham runs into a hard straight left. Dunham closes the distance and works for a trip, but Cerrone reverses and takes Dunham down, landing in side control. Dunham sneaks out the back and jumps into top position. Cerrone locks up a triangle. Oh man, he has it. Dunham defends valiantly but finally has to tap. Tremendous performance by Cerrone.

Donald Cerrone def. Evan Dunham via submission (triangle choke) at 3:49 of round 2.

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Old 11-17-2013, 03:17 AM
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Donald Cerrone def. Evan Dunham via submission (triangle choke) at 3:49 of round 2.

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Old 11-17-2013, 03:28 AM
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Anyone else find Elliot's fighting style really irritating?

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Old 11-17-2013, 03:38 AM
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Tim Elliott vs. Ali Bagautinov

Round 1:
The referee in charge of the action is Kim Winslow. Both fighters open orthodox. Elliot moves southpaw and is pushing into Bagautinov backwards, but eating a shot here and there. Bagautinov leaps into a left hook and gets it. Elliott tries to clinch and eats a right hand for his efforts as Bagautinov clinch breaks. Bagautinov cracks Elliot with a two-punch combination, but the American is still pursuing. Elliot is briefly taken to the mat, but springs to his feet almost immediately. The Daegestani cracks Elliott with a right hand, but it doesn't slow down the pressure from Elliott. Elliot backs up before the end of the round and eats a punch and follow-up head kick.

Round 2:
Elliott starts the round pressing forward again, but still can't do much but get out of the way or eat the intermittent shot. Elliott jumps guillotine and it's close, but Bagautinov escapes only for Elliott to reverse and get on top. Bagautinov attempts an armbar, and uses to sweep and stand. The Dagestani lands a one-two as they stand. Bagautinov swinging more, but missing a lot as Elliott pressures him back. Elliott fails on a takedown and the two separate after an extended scramble.

Round 3:
Elliott goes right back to pressuring forward. Elliott standing in the pocket and paying for it a bit with Bagautinov landing hard strikes. Elliott eats another two-punch combination, but won't relent on pressure. Elliott in on a shot, but it's stuffed, although he scores to the body before getting out of there. Bagautinov shoots and Elliott stuffs it easily. Elliott returns the favor and trips Bagautinov hard to the mat while following up with hard strikes to end the round. Still, too little, too late.

MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Bagautinov and the fight 30-27 Bagautinov
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Anyone else find Elliot's fighting style really irritating?

Yes, and he was my pick! I like to see energy, but all that bouncing around was getting on my nerves especially when he kept missing on his strikes.
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Old 11-17-2013, 03:57 AM
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Josh Koscheck vs. Tyron Woodley

Round 1:
Herb Dean is the referee in charge of the action. Both fighters open orthodox and Woodley cracks Koscheck with a right hand and knee. He's clearly hurt, but now Koscheck is pressing Woodley into the fence. Koscheck gets touched with a right, but returns the favor and Woodley is backing up. Koscheck gets rocked with a right and is on the ground. The fight looks close to being stopped, but is hanging on in full guard after being very badly hurt. Referee Dean stands them up for inactivity. Koscheck tries to press forward and eats an absolutely monster right hand that basically puts Koscheck out. Woodley landed another punch, but the referee had no choice but to step in.

Tyron Woodley def. Josh Kosheck via TKO (strikes) at 4:38 of round 1


Well, I picked Popcorn Ball Head...as much as I can't stand him I did think he would win.

Good pick, Bonnie & wav. Woodley looked really good.
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Yes, and he was my pick! I like to see energy, but all that bouncing around was getting on my nerves especially when he kept missing on his strikes.
Well, you and Wavetar are the only ones who picked Woodley so that balances out picking Elliott.
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