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Old 02-03-2009, 08:41 PM
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Default BLOG: UFC 94

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The fights at this last UFC were pretty interesting. To me, Clay Guida won all three rounds against Nate Diaz and I was just surprised to see it being a split decision at the end; but that's what can happen when you leave a fight in the judges' hands. I though Karo Parysian lost his fight against Dong Hyun Kim, but Karo also looked sick like he had the flu or something. The Lyoto Machida fight was a little surprising, I thought he would win, but I didn't think he'd be that dominant against Thiago Silva. I was also surprised by the final match, I thought BJ would have put on a better performance. BJ Penn is coming from a lighter weight class, but he took the fight at 170. That's the bottom line. I knew it was going to come down to who had the better cardio and even at the end of the first round BJ looked tired. Now, on to what everybody is talking about, the greasing. I'm not the only one who has said that GSP felt greasy during a fight. I know Matt Serra has mentioned it and, even in their first fight, I think BJ said something. I'm not saying GSP did something wrong and I'm not saying that it would have changed any outcomes of any fights; but what I am saying is, for my last two fights against Georges, he felt greasy.

For the first time, one of our fighters who started out at the HIT Squad, has signed a contract with the UFC. This Saturday night (February 7th), Matt Veach (10-0) will be fighting in the UFC Fight Night event which will be free on Spike. -matt
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