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Old 04-14-2013, 03:40 AM
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Justin Lawrence vs. Daniel Pineda

Round 1: Crowd still filling into the Mandalay Bay Events Center as tonight's prelim opener kicks off. Touch of gloves and we're off. Pineda blocks an early hick kick. Wild punch misses but Pineda changes levels and dumps Lawrence on the mat. Lawrence slowly works to his feet, only to be muscled back down. Pineda working from a high half guard. Pineda advances into side control then seizes a kimura. Just like that it's over. Lawrence taps.

Daniel Pineda def. Justin Lawrence via submission (kimura) at 1:35 of round 1.


Sam Sicilia vs. Maximo Blanco

Round 1: Kim Winslow is our referee for this featherweight bout. Blanco slips off a high kick, then adjusts and hunts for a single. Sicilia scrambles out and nearly takes his back. Blanco fights through an armlock attempt to stand up. Stiff jab from Blanco. Sicilia cracks Blanco with a wild uppercut. Sicilia stalks forward, winging a right hand. Blanco slips a punch then fires back. Leg kick from Blanco, and another. Sicilia eats a jab. Sicilia connects with a left hook, then a right. Blanco answers with a big leg kick. High kick misses for Sicilia. Close round. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Blanco.

Round 2: Blanco comes out firing. Sicilia counters with a huge left hand. Another shot drops Blanco and the crowd explodes. Sicilia pounces, but Blanco recovers quickly to his feet. Sicilia ties up and trips Blanco down. Blanco again stands, but his back is against the fence. Sicilia looking for a trip but Blanco keeps grabbing the fence. Winslow warns Blanco not to do it again. Sicilia cracks Blanco with a right. Huge exchange from both fighters against the cage. Blanco changes levels and dumps Sicilia to the mat, landing in full mount. Sicilia waits, then squirms out to his feet. Both men are bloodied. Big uppercut lands for Sicilia. Blanco nearly walks into a massive right hand. Sicilia eats a right. Both guys are throwing bombs. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Sicilia.

Round 3: Huge swell of applause greets both fighters for the third and final round. Both men come out swinging. Blanco gets the better of it, smashing Sicilia with looping hooks. Damn good fight so far. Blanco storms forward with a left. Another salvo drops Sicilia to his knees. Blanco jumps onto his back, but Sicilia powers up, clinching Blanco against the fence. Blanco works to Sicilia's back and drags him down, but only briefly. Back on the feet, Blanco misses a wild spinning back kick. Short jab finds its mark for Blanco. Sicilia fires back. Sicilia throwing bombs, but nothing landing. Blanco sprawls away from a double leg then takes Sicilia's back. Sicilia muscles up, but Blanco has him in a front headlock and blasts him with knees to the head. One of those was illegal. Sicilia escapes but his face is a mess. Another wild exchange closes us out. Crazy fight. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Blanco, and the fight 29-28 for Blanco.

Maximo Blanco def. Sam Sicilia via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


Cole Miller vs. Bart Palaszewski

Round 1: Referee Herb Dean oversees this featherweight bout. Front kick misses for Miller. Palaszewski checks a leg kick. Miller catches air with another wild high kick. Miller crushes Palaszewski's midsection with a left hook. Palaszewski answers with a leg kick, then a one-two. Strong leg kick from Palaszewski. Palaszewski slips a combination then cracks Miller with a left. Neither fighter willing to over-engage so far. Just as I type that, Palaszewski puts Miller on his heels with a salvo. Palaszewski connects again. Miller ducks down and plants Palaszewski on the mat. Palaszewski tries to stand, but Miller takes his back and sinks in one of his hooks. There's the second hook. Palaszewski is wearing Miller like a backpack. Miller slithers an arm under Palaszewski's neck, hunting for the rear-naked. Palaszewski falls backward. Miller locks it in. This one is over.

Cole Miller def. Bart Palaszewski via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:23 of round 1.


Clint Hester vs. Bristol Marunde

Round 1: Steve Mazzagatti is our referee for this middleweight bout. Both TUF alums making their UFC debuts. Hester pumps his jab. Slow going in the opening minute. Hester connects with a leg kick. The crowd is already growing restless. Marunde misses a straight left. More boos from the crowd. Marunde eats a right. Both fighters trade looping right hooks. Marunde catches a leg and dumps Hester on the mat, landing in full guard. Hester shrimps out, then drops Marunde with a huge left. Marunde weathers the storm to reverse back into top position. Marunde ends the round on top, but Hester scored the biggest shot. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Hester.

Round 2: Both fighters trade jabs. Hester ducks under a looping right then fires back. Hester seizes a thai plum and unloads some vicious knees. High kick misses for Marunde. Another high kick misses and Marunde slips to the mat. Hester pounces onto his back. Marunde powers up then plants Hester on the canvas, landing inside his guard. Hester throws up a leg for a triangle. He can't get it, but it's enough to make Marunde think twice. We're back to the feet and Hester smashes Marunde with a salvo of left hands. Marunde briefly takes it to the ground, but Hester stands and unloads, smelling blood. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Hester.

Round 3: Hester waves his arms and ignites the crowd. The right side of Marunde's face is battered. Big swing and miss from Hester. Marunde drops for a double. Hester sprawls and unloads. Marunde stands back up and eats another shot for his trouble. Hester stalks forward. Huge flying knee cracks the jaw of Marunde. He drops. Hester follows up but can't get anything going. Marunde closes the distance and looks for the takedown. Hester sprawls and again unloads on his downed opponent. Marunde stands and misses his mark with a high kick. 90 seconds left in the fight. Marunde finds his range with a jab. Hester floors Marunde with a massive standing elbow to the temple! Wow. Marunde is out. This one is over.

Clint Hester der. Bristol Marunde via knockout (standing elbow) at 3:53 of round 3.


Dylan Andrews vs. Jimmy Quinlan

Round 1: Our referee for this middleweight bout is Chris Tognoni. Touch off gloves and we're off. Early flurry from Andrews. Quinlan shoots for the double. He gets it, but only briefly. Quinlan switches to a single against the fence. Andrews with an underhook, defends valiantly. Quinlan switches to the left leg, then picks on Andrews and slams him onto the canvas, landing in side control. Andrews scrambles out, but Quinlan immediately shoots back in for a single. Andrews unloading strong elbows to Quinlan's temple while fighting him off. Tognoni warns Quinlan to stay busy, then separates the action. Andrews floors Quinlan! Andrews pounces and unloads. Quinlan is getting blasted. This needs to be stopped. Finally Tognoni mercifully steps in. Brutal debut for Dylan Andrews.

Dylan Andrews def. Jimmy Quinlan via TKO (strikes) at 3:22 of round 1.


Luke Barnatt vs. Collin Hart

Round 1: Referee Kim Winslow oversees this middleweight bout. Luke Barnatt was Chael Sonnen's No. 1 pick on TUF 17. No touch of gloves here. They come out swinging. Hart pressures Barnatt back against the fence. Barnatt looks for a trip and gets it. Hart pops back to his feet. Barnatt unloads a big knee from the clinch. Hart's face is already showing damage. Low kick finds its way into Barnatt's nether region. Ladies and gentlemen, we have our first groin shot of the night. Action resumes with another flurry. Hart storms forward and seizes Barnatt's back, then picks him up and slams him. Barnatt climbs up, but Hart is hanging off him like a backpack. Barnatt shakes him off then lands a knee to the midsection. Hart trudges forward with a flurry. Barnatt answers. Hart's nose is a bloody mess. Stiff jab from Barnatt. The right side of Barnatt's face is badly damaged. Hart closes in for a single, but can't get it. Hart unloads a salvo, Barnatt fires back. Another furious exchange closes us out. Good round. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Barnatt.

Round 2: This time there's a glove touch. Hart misses wildly with a spinning backfist. Barnatt responds with a wild jumping knee. It's sloppy, but non-stop action here. Hart misses him mark with a spinning back kick. Barnatt stalks forward, winging straight punches. Hart answers with his own flurry. Hart smiles as he eats a shot to the midsection. Hart briefly takes Barnatt's back but can't make anything of it. Hart blocks a high kick. Furious exchanges from both men. Barnatt pumps his jab. Hart presses forward with a combination. Big shot stumbles Barnatt. He recovers, but is muscled against the fence by Hart. Barnatt reverses a sweep and nearly takes Hart's back. Hart stands up but Barnatt has a tight front headlock locked up. Hart valiantly muscles out of it. Barnatt slips and Hart jumps into his guard, ending the round in top position. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Hart.

Round 3: Barnatt tries to re-establish his jab. Neither fighter willing to back down from an exchange. Barnatt finds his range with a front kick. Hart tags Barnatt with a right hand. Hart ties up, then unloads off the break. Barnatt grinding away with his jab. Hart eats a big straight right. Hart clinches. Barnatt reverses and releases back to the center of the cage. Hart Immediately closes the distance and muscles Barnatt to the canvas. Barnatt stands back up then eats a combination. Barnatt looks for a trip but can't get it. Barnatt slips a punch and fires back, cracking Hart with a looping right hook. Hart dumps Barnatt on the mat as the horn sounds. Close fight, could go either way. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Hart, and the fight 29-28 for Hart.

Luke Barnatt def. Collin Hart via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)


Josh Samman vs. Kevin Casey

Round 1: Herb Dean is our referee for this final preliminary bout on FUEL TV. Casey fought to an 0-2 record on TUF 17. Samman lost in the semifinals. No glove touch for this one. Big shot drops Casey early. Samman dives right into a triangle. Wow, this one is in deep. Samman picks Casey up and slams him down. Casey still holding on. Samman picks him back up and slams him down again, and again. The third one gets him free. Crazy start. Casey working from top position, dropping short elbows inside Samman's guard. Samman throws his legs up for a triangle. Casey avoids it, then drops a few more short punches. Samman hanging in there. Samman hunts for a sweep but can't get it. Casey advances into half guard. Samman finds some space and stands up, but Casey blasts him with a knee to the midsection in the process. Samman repays the favor with a series of knees from the clinch. More inside shots from Samman. MMA Fighting scores the round 10-9 for Casey.

Round 2: Samman bulldozes inside and goes back to knees from the clinch. Casey is just eating them. More knees, now to the midsection. Casey can't escape this thai plum. More knees drop Casey to a knee. Samman unloads. Casey just trying to stay alive. Somehow Casey regains his bearings, but he's still trapped in this clinch. More knees from Samman. A huge one crushes Casey's ribs and he drops. A few more punches from Samman and this one is over.

Josh Samman def. Kevin Casey via TKO (knees to the body and punches) at 2:17 of round 2.


Bubba McDaniel vs. Gilbert Smith

Round 1: Both fighters open southpaw. Against the fence McDaniel unloads with several hard punches and elbows. As Smith evades, McDaniel slips on his own kick. Smith now working from guard, but gets swept. Smith captures half guard, but McDaniel whizzering hard and landing hammerfists. Smith stands enough to secure a single leg dump. Smith working from McDaniel's butterfly guard. McDaniel inches his way to the fence and stands. McDaniel uses a high elbow guillotine to secure a sweep and is now again in Smith's half guard. Knees to Smith's body as Smith turtles. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 McDaniel

Round 2: McDaniel scores with a one-two to begin the round. Smith tries for a takedown against the fence, but gets nowhere. McDaniel reverses and is now pressing Smith into the fence. Hard outside leg kick for McDaniel as they separate. McDaniel can't secure a single and Smith tries to sit for a guillotine, but McDaniel reverses. Now McDaniel takes the back. Smith tries to granby roll, but McDaniel stays on top. Overhand left scores for McDaniel after the two separate and stand. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 McDaniel

Round 3: Both fighters trade lefts to start the round. Smith tries a shot from way outside and McDaniel stuffs it, now works from Smith's half guard. Smith tries to sit up with an underhook and McDaniel moves around to Smith's back, landing strikes. McDaniel misses with a back-take and Smith rolls McDaniel to his back. Just like that, however, McDaniel locks up a triangle choke and within seconds forces the tap.

Bubba McDaniel def. Gilbert Smith via submission (triangle choke) at 2:49 of round 3


Travis Browne vs. Gabriel Gonzaga

Round 1: Browne throws a head kick and misses, but Gonzaga tries to grab a single. Browne avoids it, but Gonzaga presses him into the fence. As Gonzaga presses Browne into the fence and lowers his level for a takedown, Browne unloads with a series of hard elbows to Gonzaga's head, some of which land on the back of the head. Whatever the case, Gonzaga crumbles and the ref stops the fight.

Travis Browne def. Gabriel Gonzaga via TKO (strikes) at 1:11 of round
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Old 04-14-2013, 03:46 AM
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Miesha Tate vs. Cat Zingano

Round 1: Tate immediately grabs double underhooks and scores a body lock takedown. Zingano reverses and they stand, but Tate holds a head lock and now is pressing Zingano into the fence looking for a trip. Zingano tries a high elbow guillotine, but Miesha escapes, scores with a right hand and takes Zingano to the floor again. After a minute on top, Tate scores again but not before Zingano lands a hard knee and a right hand. Tate again on top with a double leg. Hard elbows on top from Tate. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Tate

Round 2: Tate catches a leg and scores a single leg dump next to the cage. Tate postures up and scores heavy punches. Zingano circles around and Tate attempts an armbar. She can't get it, but sits up and moves to mount. Now sidecontrol, high. Tate tries to take the back and ends up on bottom, but Tate rolls for a heel hook. Zingano sits through and is now working form Tate's half guard. Zingano lands hard shots from on top as Tate tries to control her from underneath. Tate stands and goes for a takedown, but is stuffed at the end. Close round. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Tate

Round 3: Zingano hits a low single and is now working from Tate's full guard. Tate tries to hit a deep half guard sweep and manages to go square with Zingano as they both go base down. Now Zingano rolls Tate over and works from side control. Tate tries to chase a single and eats a knee and drops again. Tate tries to stand again and eats another knee and that's it. The referee stops it.

Cat Zingano def. Miesha Tate via TKO (strikes) at 2:55 of round 3
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Uriah Hall vs. Kelvin Gastelum

Round 1: Gastelum opens southpaw, Hall is orthodox. Gastelum doing all the striking early, but Hall appears patient. Hall puts his back against the fence, Gastelum throws enough punches to clinch. Hall starting to open up with countershots. Gastelum, however, continues to press forward and scores a huge double leg. Now he's working on top while Hall is in half guard. Hall inches his way back to the cage and stands. Hall also scores with an inside leg kick that lands with authority. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Gastelum

Round 2: Hall opens up and is dropping his hands as he tries to counterpunch. Gastelum scores another double leg. Gastelum working from Hall's half guard. Hall scores the underhook reversal and now is on top of Gastelum. Hall scores a knee as the two stand. Hall scores a trip takedown and is working from Gastelum's half guard. Gastelum stands without securing an underhook and Hall scores a monster suplex. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Hall

Round 3: Hall lands a knee early and it's low which temporarily stops the action. Gastelum is in on a hip and scores a takedown but Hall reverses. The two stands and now they're tentative after a huge flurry of activity. Hall lands a huge left hand, but with no follow up. Gastelum scores a big double leg takedown, now workingfrom half guard. Towards the end of the frame Gastelum postures for an armbar, but Hall rolls through. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Gastelum and the fight 29-28 Gastelum.

Kelvin Gastelum def. Uriah Hall via split decision (29-28 Gastelum, 29-28 Hall, 29-28 Gastelum)
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Urijah Faber vs. Scott Jorgensen

Round 1: Both fighters open orthodox. Jorgensen in on a takedown, stuffed by Faber. Faber gives up head lock control to press Jorgensen into the fence with an underhook, but Jorgensen uses it to score a trip takedown. Faber stands and bases out. Faber manages to score from Jorgensen's back. The two now stand. Hard knee from Faber scores to the body of Jorgensen and now he takes the back in a scramble. Jorgensen eats a knee, but creates a scramble. Yet, Faber goes for a series of high elbow guillotines that Jorgensen can barely escape. Faber all over Jorgensen now, taking his back again. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Faber

Round 2: Faber lands with a groin kick and the action is temporarily halted. Faber charges through an inside knee and a left hook. Jorgensen lands a short left. Faber whizzers hard enough to through Jorgensen over on the takedown and Faber scores with a body shot and knee. Left hook from Faber scores. Faber reaches for a single, but lets it go. Faber beautifully times the double and puts Jorgensen on the mat. Jorgensen uses a kimura to reverse Faber out of top control. The two clinch against the fence and not much happens from there. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Faber

Round 3: Left hand scores for Faber to open the frame. And now a knee lands for Faber, but Jorgensen doing all the stalking. Faber now pressuring Jorgensen and he scores with several strikes to the body. Jorgensen clinches and lands several hard shots of his own. Jorgensen scores a tight waist for a bit, but isn't able to do much with it. Faber scores a step through knee, but a decent left left. Faber fails on takedown and Jorgensen briefly takes the back and scores an elbow before letting go. Faber lands to the body, but Jorgensen responds upstairs. Faber sores with another left, but Jorgensen in on a right. Faber secures a double leg takedown just before the bell. MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Jorgensen

Round 4: Jorgensen pressures Faber with short strikes, but Faber responds with the same. Faber briefly lands an inside trip, but Jorgensen is back up. Jorgensen escapes a high elbow guillotine attempt from Faber and the two resume standing. Knee from Faber finds the mark twice, but Jorgensen lands a right hand and now a left elbow. The two briefly clinch and Faber lands another inside knee. Faber gets a takedown and secures full back mount. And just like that, Faber gets the tap.

Urijah Faber def. Scott Jorgensen via submission (rear naked choke) at of round 4
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I feel like Hall was messing around in that 1st round and it cost him. That was nice that Gastelum's Mom got to give him the trophy.
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Bonnie, thanks for posting this. I'm not reading any of the outcomes because we are on the time delay here and I'm watching it now!

Wow, that Travis is a scary dude! He will definitely get some bonuses for that KO, don't you think?

I can't wait to see him fight Junior or Cain!
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Bonnie, thanks for posting this. I'm not reading any of the outcomes because we are on the time delay here and I'm watching it now!

Wow, that Travis is a scary dude! He will definitely get some bonuses for that KO, don't you think?

I can't wait to see him fight Junior or Cain!
Unfortunately, I came in at the point of the last round of the women's fight so I didn't see any of the fights before that one. It sounds like it was a good one!
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Travis's KO was amazing. I was running on the treadmill in front of my TV and almost fell off. I was saying HOLY **** HE IS GOING TO KO HIM WITH ELBOWS! I've never seen someone KOed like that.
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Bonnie, thanks for posting this. I'm not reading any of the outcomes because we are on the time delay here and I'm watching it now!

Wow, that Travis is a scary dude! He will definitely get some bonuses for that KO, don't you think?

I can't wait to see him fight Junior or Cain!
That was impressive, but the KOotN should have gone to Clint Hester. That was WICKED.

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This one's pretty good, too
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That was impressive, but the KOotN should have gone to Clint Hester. That was WICKED.
i agree, that KO was killer .... kinda like weidman on munoz if i remember correctly .. except this time the fight wasn't stopped too late ... the hall/gastelum fight went like i thought it would, although hall had a good slam in the 2nd .. it just didn't seem like he wanted it bad enough ...

the cat/tate fight was good .. man, cat is tough ... tate was roughing her up a bit ... but i am gonna go out on a limb (no pun intended) and say ronda via armbar in round one when they fight ... i know i know, walking on the wild side with these predictions!
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