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Default UFC on FX 8 ***SPOILERS***

I'm gonna post the play-by-plays (I'll pretend that's because I'm respecting flo's style, but really it's 'cause I'm lazy )

Great KO Martins in the first fight. He was getting beat the whole fight but landed that perfect right hand as Larsen was rushing forwards.

Kevin Mulhall: WTFrak, dude? Are you trying to out-do Maazagatti for worst ref? What was that stand-up in Rnd 1??? Formiga was pressuring forward the entire round, always trying to pass, but 5sec after getting into put back into guard (a guard he's passed MULTIPLE times already & is IN THE MIDDLE of trying to pass now), Kevin stands him up like he was trying to LnP! AND AGAIN!! Again in the second round he does this. WTFrak sport does he think this is? It's a great grappling battle going on & Kevin's killing it!!!!
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Nice job working the body by Lineker. Mixed up the striking & then finishes by decimating the spleen! Bas Rutten is always all about the left hooks to the liver, but the right hooks to the spleen are obviously just as brutal!!
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:10 PM
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Well, mmafighting.com can't compete with Ben's style but here's their rundown for the record ;-)

Lucas Martins vs. Jeremy Larsen

Round 1:
Here we go, folks. Mario Yamasaki our the referee for this opening lightweight bout. Martins picks his shots from the outside early. Larsen trips Martins then lands a big right hand. Martins recovers and responds with a standing elbow to the jaw. Larsen ducks under for a single, but can't get it. Larsen catches a leg kick and tosses Martins away. Martins swings for the fences. Larsen bulldozes in and floors Martins with a straight right. Martins snatches a heel hook from the bottom, then transitions to a calf slicer. Larsen wants no part of it and backs out. Larsen wades in, eats a knee and completes a double leg. Another double from Larsen, and the boos start to trickle in from the biased Brazilian crowd. Martins stands, finds his range with a few combinations, then slips to the mat. Larsen jumps on top, landing in full guard.

Round 2:
Huge one-two lands for Martins. Larsen just eats it. Martins chips away with a leg kick. Larsen closes the distance and lands a few knees to the thigh, but is unable to complete a single. Larsen dives in again, this time for a double, but Martins fights it off. Martins snaps off a leg kick. Larsen staggers Martins with a straight right. Martins answers with an uppercut. A huge gash is ripped open below Larsen's right eye. Body kick for Martins, followed by a flurry. Larsen cracks Martins with a giant straight right. And another. Wow. Martins still standing. Another huge right hand from Larsen. Martins is on wobbly legs. Larsen just stole the round.

Round 3:
Larsen storms across the cage winging looping punches. Martins eats a shot then crumbles Larsen with a dagger of a right hand. Wow. Larsen is out cold. This one is over.

Lucas Martins def. Jeremy Larsen via KO (punch) at 0:13 of round 3.
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:12 PM
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Jussier Formiga vs. Chris Cariaso

Round 1:
Kevin Mulhall is our referee for this flyweight bout. Cariaso pumps his jab. Formiga misses a right hook then connects with a leg kick. Formiga changes levels for a double against the cage. He gets it. Cariaso scrambles to his feet, but Formiga plants him back on the mat, landing in side control. Cariaso regains his guard. Formiga patiently advances into half guard, then side control. Formiga plants his knee on Cariaso's stomach and looks to pass to mount. Cariaso fights it off, eventually regaining half guard. Formiga relentless with his advances, but Cariaso is doing a good job stifling any damage. Mulhall stands the fighters. Leg kick from Cariaso. Formiga returns the favor.

Round 2:
Formiga immediately plants Cariaso on the mat, then advances to mount. Cariaso shrimps out and regains half guard, then back to full guard. Formiga slips into half guard. The crowd is getting restless. Cariaso locks up his guard and scoots his back against the cage. Formiga pries him away and retakes full mount. Formiga finally postures up and rains down a few punches. Cariaso escapes back into guard. Another quick stand-up from Mulhall. Have to question that one. Formiga clinches against the fence. Cariaso breaks away. Cariaso wades forward with straight punches, but nothing lands flush. Cariaso sprawls to defend a double.

Round 3:
Cariaso the aggressor to start the final round. Formiga avoids any danger, then locks up and trips Cariaso to the floor. Cariaso stands and defends a double. Mulhall breaks up the action again. Why? Cariaso finds a home for a straight left on Formiga's chin. Formiga slips a combination then clinches against the fence. Formiga hunting for a single. Cariaso seizes a no-hooks d'arce choke. Oh wow. Formiga falls to the ground, rolls out, then retakes his feet. Cariaso plants Formiga on the mat and starts raining down blows. Huge elbows bloody the face of Formiga. Cariaso advances to side control. Massive shots from Cariaso. Formiga stands but eats a huge knee for his troubles. Valiant effort from Cariaso.

Jussier Formiga def. Chris Cariaso via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:14 PM
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John Lineker vs. Azamat Gashimov

Round 1:
Our referee for this flyweight fight is Mario Yamasaki. Wild overhand right misses for Lineker. Huge right hook topples Gashimov. Lineker starts pounding away. Gashimov climbs back to his feet and ties up. Gashimov seems to have regained his senses. Lineker reverses a single, winding up on top inside Gashimov's guard. Lineker wings a few hard shots into Gashimov's body as he uses the cage to stand up. Gashimov sweeps out Likeker's leg. Lineker wobbles Gashimov with a big left hand. Gashimov answers with a counter right. Lineker swarms on Gashimov, and Gashimov grabs the fence while trying to defend the takedown. Yamasaki takes away a point. That was quick. Lineker floors Gashimov again with a looping hook. Gashimov clamors up, but that was a rough round.

Round 2:
Wild spinning backfist misses for Gashimov. Lineker unloads a flurry, and another. Kick to the body lands for Lineker. Lineker follows up with a massive right hand to the body that drops Gashimov. Lineker swarms. Gashimov is turtled up, eating shot after shot. That's it, folks.

John Lineker def. Azamat Gashimov via TKO (strikes) at 1:07 of round 2.


I keep reading his name as Azzhat Gashimov.

Are you there in Brazil, Ben?
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Fabio Maldonado vs. Roger Hollett

Round 1:
Leon Roberts is our referee for this light heavyweight bout. Hollett misses wildly with an overhand right. Hollett charges forward. Maldonado finds a home for his right hook. Spinning back kick absolutely obliterates Maldonado's groin. Man, that was painful to watch. After watching Maldonado writhe in pain on the mat for a few minutes, we're back. Hollett times a double and gets it, landing in half guard. Hollett can't get anything going, so Roberts stands it up. Hollett pressures Maldonado against the cage then drops down for a double. Maldonado defends. Roberts splits the fighters. Hollett immediately seizes a takedown, then passes into half guard. What a weird, kind of awful round.

Round 2:
Hollett lands a few short shots against the fence. Standing knee to the jaw from Hollett. Maldonado swings wildly and misses. Maldonado clinches Hollett against the fence, then unloads a series of short punches. Hollett reverses, but eats a flurry of jabs. Maldonado going head-body, head-body. Hollett looks exhausted. Maldonado urges him to come forward. Hollett shoots for a high single. Maldonado fights it off. Hollett is cut wide open across his forehead. More body shots from Maldonado.

Round 3:
Hollett immediately secures a single leg takedown. Maldonado scrambles to his feet, then clinches Hollett against the cage. Maldonado unloads a slew of body shots. Hollett fires back and Maldonado loves it. Maldonado back to work, going head-body against the fence. Hollett eats a series of jabs. Another jab. Hollett is fading hard. Maldonado relentless with his body shots. One-two to the head dazes Hollett. Hollett just looking to survive. Hollet ties up against the fence, much to the distaste of the Brazilian crowd. Roberts splits it up. Hollett wades back inside, but Maldonado hits an inside trip and lands on top. Maldonado rains down punches.

Fabio Maldonado def. Roger Hollet via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-28, 29-27)
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Yeah, this is where my losing streak is gonna start. Won't be shocked if I go 0-fer during the rest of the prelims
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That is awesome you are there!!!


Heh, I saw you got the old couch out after the last event...

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Yuri Alcantara vs. Iliarde Santos

Round 1:
Our referee is Kevin Mulhall. Alcantara rips a right hand into Santos' jaw. Alcantara follows with a flying knee, but Santos closes the distance. Santos hunts for a double against the fence and can't get it. Alcantara unloads a huge flurry of rights and lefts. Somehow Santos avoids any major damage. Santos connects with a body kick, Alcantara responds with a one-two. High kick from Alcantara. Huge straight left topples Santos. Alcantara swarms. Eight unanswered shots later, this one is over.

Yuri Alcantara def. Iliarde Santos via TKO (strikes) at 2:31 of round 1.
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Heh, I saw you got the old couch out after the last event...

O, I'm not at the event today. I'm at home, waiting for the FX fights to start.
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Yuri Alcantara vs. Iliarde Santos

Round 1:
Our referee is Kevin Mulhall. Alcantara rips a right hand into Santos' jaw. Alcantara follows with a flying knee, but Santos closes the distance. Santos hunts for a double against the fence and can't get it. Alcantara unloads a huge flurry of rights and lefts. Somehow Santos avoids any major damage. Santos connects with a body kick, Alcantara responds with a one-two. High kick from Alcantara. Huge straight left topples Santos. Alcantara swarms. Eight unanswered shots later, this one is over.

Yuri Alcantara def. Iliarde Santos via TKO (strikes) at 2:31 of round 1.
Woo-hoo! puts me at 4-1 now!
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