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Jose Maria Tome vs. Dustin Ortiz

Round 1:
Kevin MacDonald is the referee for this flyweight fight. An early exchange surprisingly ends with a Tome takedown. Tome nearly gets his back, but Ortiz gets to his feet. They battle in the clinch along the fence, and Tome scores another takedown. Ortiz gets up again, and this time he wins the clinch battle and then resets in the middle of the cage. They clinch, Ortiz bulls him up against the fence, and then lands a huge knee to the groin. Time-out. Tome takes about two minutes before the fight continues. Tome's fires a couple sharp leg kicks. Tome goes for a single, but Ortiz scrambles out of it and ends up taking Tome's back as they hit the ground. Back to the mat. Ortiz scores a takedown in the final minute, but Tome instantly turns it into a guillotine. It's not super-tight, though, so Ortiz manages to wait out the clock.

Round 2:
Tome throws and misses a wild spinning back fist. He pops Ortiz solid a couple times. Ortiz lands a combo. Ortiz, who's apparently been watching Bobby Green tapes, nails Tome with a low blow of an inside leg lick. MacDonald warns Ortiz. Back to action. A scramble ends in a stalemate. Tome wings a wild right hand. Ortiz is gaining confidence in his striking. He land a right, scores a body lock takedown, and then moves right into side control. Tome rolls out, gets to his feet, they trade wild punches. Tome is cut, not sure where it happened. Another guillotine by Tome in the closing seconds, Ortiz again runs out the clock.

Round 3:
Ortiz with a near-instant takedown on the tiring Ortiz. Ortiz tries to work into side control. He's in half-guard now. He moves to a stepover mount, lands several right hands, almost gets his back, lands elbows. Ortiz once again nearly gets his back. Tome rolls out. Ortiz back in side control. Tome turtles. Ortiz lands a series of huge right hands, a couple of which appear to land on the back of the head. MacDonald steps in and stops the fight.

Dustin Ortiz def. Jose Maria Tome via TKO at 3:19 of round three.



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Adriano Martins vs. Daron Cruickshank

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is your referee. Martins is moving forward. Cruickshank is keeping him honest with body kicks. Martins lands a solid left hand and a crisp inside leg kick. Martins pops Cruickshank with a big left which drops him to the left. Cruickshank absorbs a few hammerfists, but shakes it off and works his way back to his feet. Cruickshank seems to have no answer for Martins' big left hand. Cruickshank throws a spinning back fist. Martins lands a left hand. They hit the mat. Martins is in his half-guard. Martins first works for a Kimura, then gets a straight armbar. DC escapes it. Martins is back in half-guard. He works for another Kimura. Very impressive first round for Martins.

Round 2:
Things aren't getting any better for Cruickshank, who finds himself back on the mat in the early seconds. Martins just barely misses with a huge elbow. DC is doing his best to tie Martins up. Martins to half-guard. Martins again working for the Kimura. After a bit of a struggle, Martins really sinks it in. Cruickshank taps.

Adriano Martins def. Daron Cruickshank via submission (Kimura) at 2:29 of round two.



Nice ground game by Martins. It bothered me, though, that through the entire fight I thought I was watching Carlos Danger...
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Thiago Tavares vs. Justin Salas

Round 1:
Dan Miragliotta is the referee for this lightweight bout. Tavares throws a high kick. Tavares goes for a takedown, Salas sprawls it and grabs a headlock. Tavares tries to goad him to the ground. We're standing again. Tavares again tries for a takedown. Tavares connects on a solid combo. Salas throws a big right, but Tavares changes levels and scores a takedown. Tavares picks him up off the mat and takes him for a ride and a slam. Salas turns over. Tavares tries to get his back, but Salas throws a pair of crisp elbows. Tavares gets his back anyway. He gets a rear-naked choke and a quick tap, as the crowd in Brazil goes wild.

Thiago Tavares def. Justin Salas vis submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:38 of round one.




Kudos to all the Americans willing to go to Brazil to fight in front of such hostile crowds.
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Thiago Perpetuo vs. Omari Akhmedov

Round 1:
Kevin MacDonald is your referee for this middleweight bout. An accidental headbutt causes Akhmedov to fall backwards. Perpetuo lands a big series of hammerfists. But the unbeaten Akhmedov does an impressive job of getting back to his feet and clearing the cobwebs. They're clinched along the fence. Akhmedov with a takedown, back to their feet. Perpetuo with a big right hand that rocks Akhmedov backwards, but somehow Akhmedov ends the scramble on Perpetuo's back and with a rear-naked choke. Perpetuo escapes, they're back to his feet, and Perpetuo gets a double-leg and a takedown. Then, a crazy finish after they get back to their feet: Perpetuo cracks Akhmedov, chases after him, but gets met with a huge left to the jaw by the backpedaling Akhmedov and knocked out. Wild fight.

Omari Akmedov def. Thiago Perpetuo via knockout at 3:31 of round one.

Wow, that Akhmedov had great heart to weather through all the punishment Perpetuo handed out!
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Godofredo Pepey vs. Sam Sicilia

Round 1:
Dan Miragliotta is the referee for this featherweight fight. Pepey works a single. He turns it into a high-crotch takedown, but Sicilia immediately moves into top control. Sicilia stands, evades an an upkick, dives in, gets back up, and drops a huge right hand. Sicilia pounces, lands eight more right hands and puts Pepey out.

Sam Sicilia def. Godofredo Pepey via TKO at 1:42 of round one.
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Rony Jason vs. Jeremy Stephens

Round 1:
Kevin McDonald is the referee. They touch them up, Stephens orthodox stance, moves in and Jason flies at him with a knee, but misses. Stephens again initiates and Jason swings a big right and misses. Then boom! Stephens lands a ridiculous, drapes-closing kick that downs Jason in a heap! Stephens ducked out of the way and threw the kick just as Jason threw a punch, and ate the shin cleanly. Stephens followed up with a right, but it was already academic. Jason was out. That was explosive stuff from Stephens, and the crowd in Goi‚nia went totally silent as the American went into his celebration.

UFC Fight Night 32 results: Jeremy Stephens def. Rony Jason via KO (kick) at :40 of R1.



So glad to see Jeremy get the big win!!! KotN too, I hope!
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Santiago Ponzinibbio vs. Ryan LaFlare

Round 1:
The referee for the debut of Argentinean Santiago Ponzinibbio and Ryan LaFlare is Mario Yamasaki. They touch them up. Ponzinibbio lands an early kick as LaFlare came in. Nice leg kick from LaFlare and Ponzinibbio tries to counter with a spinning backfist, which is errant. LaFlare shoots in and just goes right through Ponzinibbio in taking him down, and he immediately gets into mount. Ponzinibbio slips free and now in butterfly guard. He pushes off with his knees, but LaFlare immediately drops his hulk back on top of his with pressure. Right back into mount for LaFlare, as he is relentless. Now LaFlare working some ground and pound, and drops a couple of big elbows on Ponzinibbio. LaFlare going for an armbar, and for his efforts he gets reversed. LaFlare immediately able to regain his top position, and is working n Ponzinibbio's guard. Ponzinibbio finally able to stand up on fence, but he gets blasted with a huge right hand that looked to have hurt him a little bit. Ponzinibbio lands a kick, and right on cue LaFlare shoots in and tackles him to the ground. That was too easy. Ponzinibbio able to stand back up, though, and they return to center. Ponzinibbio a little hesitant, and perhaps a little fatigued after surviving on the ground for much of that opening round.

Round 2:
LaFlare remained standing through the break. He still looks fresh as they touch gloves to begin second. LaFlare throwing kicks in volume in the middle, and following up with his right hand. He's bringing some pressure. Once again Ponzinibbio misses with a spinning backfist. LaFlare comes in high with a kick, which misses, but then the New Yorker takes Ponzinibbio to the mat, where he did the damage in the first round. They scramble, and Ponzinibbio stands up along fence, eating a short elbow as he does. Ponzinibbio just not able to get anything going offensively. Inside kick from LaFlare, followed again by right. He's changing levels, too. Ponzinibbio breathing heavy, and throwing isolated shots. Ponzinibbio's hands are pretty low. He's huffing air. LaFlare comes over top with a left, which crashes into Ponzinibbio's forehead. Now here comes Ponzinibbio at last, lunging forward with a barrage of punches. He's landing several of them, and as he comes to life LaFlare wheels out. Ponzinibbio's confidence is now back. He's standing at distance, and lands a couple of shots. LaFlare has seen enough, and takes Ponzinibbio down. He immediately advances to half guard, and he is working some punches into his midsection. Crowd voicing their disapproval. They'll end the round in that position.

Round 3:
LaFlare lands a loud kick to Ponzinibbio's body right off the bat. He has his left hand coiled and ready, but Ponzinibbio is moving a little better than he was to begin the second round. Again, LaFlare goes high then low with his kicks, still varying his striking. Ponzinibbio looks bushed again, keeping his arms low, and he gets slammed down by LaFlare with emphasis (and ultimate ease). Side control for LaFlare, and he is trying to pin Ponzinibbio's arm down with his knee. Now he's dropping elbows into Ponzinibbio's grill, but nothing too big. Ponzinibbio doing a good job of tying up LaFlare's punches on the ground. Wow, LaFlare catches Ponzinibbio with a huge knee that sends him reeling back into the fence onto his butt. He is stunned. LaFlare jumps on him and goes for the finish, landing show after shot, but Ponzinibbio hanging on. LaFlare now dropping elbows, hands, more elbows. Somehow Ponzinibbio able to stand up and wheel out of there. The crowd lets out a roar. And now he catches LaFlare with a big shot that drops LaFlare! But he just doesn't have enough fuel in the gas tank to do anything about it. He's exhausted. He goes in and tries to position himself for a omaplata, but LaFlare is able to reverse and the fight ends in the familiar position of LaFlare on top doing work. MMA Fighting scores R3 for LaFlare, 10-9 (30-27 overall).

UFC Fight Night 32 results: Ryan LeFlare def. Santiago Ponzinibbio via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Another super fight! Both guys are so tough, wow!!!
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Paulo Thiago vs. Brandon Thatch

Round 1:
Referee is Dan Miragliotta. They touch gloves, and we're underway. They are trading kicks. Mostly Thatch throwing legs early, push kicks and leg kicks. He comes in with a high knee, and Thiago takes the opportunity to take Thatch down. Thatch able to stand back up along the fence. Thiago with a body lock, and Thatch busts through it with a knee. He lands another one to the body, and then in the clinch, he lands one to Thiago's chin. Thiago looks for a trip, but finds an immovable object. Bang! Thatch lands a huge knee to the left side of Thiago's body that fells him, and then jumps on top of him and lands a finishing blow. Miragliotta steps in a waves Thatch off. Crazy power in that left knee, just crashed into Thiago's body and hurt him badly. Crowd fell silent. Even in victory, Thatch had a big hematoma on his forehead and was bleeding above his eye.

UFC Fight Night 32 results: Brandon Thatch def. Paulo Thiago via tapout due to strikes at 2:10 of R1.

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Rafael Cavalcante vs. Igor Pokrajac

Round 1:
The referee for this one is Kevin McDonald. Pokrajac comes out strong and throws bombs the length of the cage. Feijao backs up, but as he runs out of real estate, he returns fire with a flurry. Fast, aggressive start. Pokrajac leans Feijao into the fence and posts him there. Feijao clinches up and lowers a huge knee on him, and now another. From the Thai plum, he's landing heavy knees to the body and head, and, after a big right hand as they separate, Pokrajac drops. It's over! McDonald comes in and waves Cavalcante off. Feijao landed a series of knees, a couple to the body, then to the head, and then cracked home a big right hand that dropped Pokrajac for good. Feijao looking as explosive as ever.

UFC Fight Night 32 results: Rafael Cavalcante def. Igor Pokrajac via tapout due to strikes at 1:18 or R1.


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Cezar Ferreira vs. Daniel Sarafian

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki makes a heart with his hands, and we're ready to go. Sarafian with a couple of front kicks to break the barrier, and Sarafian stalks him to the fence. He gets a body lock and is trying to muscle Ferreira to the mat. They toil there for a bit and Yamasaki separates them and resets to center. Ferreira shoots for a double leg, and ends up with his neck in the crook of Sarafian's thick arm, and he's trying to snatch a guillotine. Ferreira is throwing some kicks from range, but they aren't landing. Now Ferreira gets the clinch on Sarafian, and presses him against the cage. Nothing doing. They back out and head to the center of the cage. Nice exchange right in the middle, which ends with an uppercut from Ferreira. When they are separated, Ferreira has a lot more to work with in the distance. Inside, Sarafian has been landing better. As the round comes to a close, they have a heated exchange, and each claps the other with hooks. Nice little finish to the first round.

Round 2:
Round two, and Sarafian moves in with loud leg kick. He tries that again, and Ferreira shoots in and takes him down with a power-double leg. Ferreira goes to work there, and is dropping his elbows and shoulders into Sarafian's chin. He's trying to pass, but ends up in guard. Ferreira continues to throw short punches, now hammerfists onto Sarafian. Sarafian has him tied up well enough that Yamasaki is warning Ferreira to stay active. Ferreira does enough, as he swings his hips out, and Sarafian able to push off, and then somersault out. Big left hand from Sarafian, and just as before, Ferreira treats Sarafian as a tackling dummy and blasts him with a double leg back to the canvas. Working for half guard, Ferreira packs some sharp elbows into Sarafian's ribcage. Sarafian struggling to get up, and then gets overpowered and repositioned on his back. He's using his legs on the cage, turning. But the action stalls enough for Yamasaki to step in very quickly (perhaps too quickly) to stand them up. Back at center, Sarafian whizzes a left hook that glances off Ferreira, and then pushes Ferreira to the fence. That's where they remain as the round closes out.

Round 3:
Final round gets going, as Sarafian throws a right hand straight down Broadway and Ferreira takes it on the chin. Now Sarafian ties up Ferreira on the fence, and as they part lands two plodding punches that sting Ferreira. Enough is enough, as Ferreira takes Sarafian down, and again works in the half guard, almost as a repeat of the first two rounds. Sarafian trying to use the partition on the cage to push off into a better position, but can't maneuver with Ferreira raining punches on him. Sarafian grabs Ferreira's neck, but he doesn't have leverage for a guillotine, and he lets it go. Sarafian able to sit up with his back to fence, attempting to get up the rest of the way, but Ferreira plows him back into the canvas. Futility. Yamasaki once again swoops in to stand them up. That lasts about two seconds before Ferreira takes Sarafian down again. Ferreira is all over Sarafian's back with hooks in. Sarafian carries him, and tries to shuck him off using fists. But Sarafian's eating more than he's dishing, and he's carrying Ferreira on the fence. Ferreira trying to sink a rear naked choke late, but Sarafian holds on for the bell. Both guys utterly exhausted as the fight ends. Mutante should get the nod here.

UFC Fight Night 32 results: Cezar Ferreira def. Daniel Sarafian via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 30-28)
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