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Diego Sanchez vs. Myles Jury

Round 1:
Kerry Hatley the third man. Here we go, Sanchez, the veteran, and Jury the upstart. Front kick missed from Jury, and Sanchez wheels around. He tries a spinning kick, and Jury slams a right hand home. Sanchez waves him on. Nice little scowl on Diego's face. Sanchez comes in with a leg kick, and Jury bobbing and weaving comes in high with a kick that misses. Now Sanchez lunges in winging punches in the vintage way, and caught Jury with at least one shot, a couple of the others grazing Jury's arms. Jury ties him up, and they go to fence, Sanchez posting Jury up. Jury with a whizzer, and spins Sanchez out to center and they reset. As Sanchez tries a kick, Jury counters with a right. Sanchez revs up and comes forward again, but Jury steps out of the way. Sanchez egging Jury on with his fingers. Sanchez moves in, gritting his teeth and throwing, and Jury spins out again. Sanchez trying to engage a brawl, but Jury not having it. Elusiveness so far from Jury. He catches Sanchez with a head kick there, and then wheels around. No follow up. Jury shoots in and takes Sanchez down. Momentarily Sanchez goes for a heel hook, but nothing doing. Jury grabs his back and mows to center, and that's where the round ends.

Round 2:
Jury puts his shoulders down and looks for an opening. Nothing there, so resets. Sanchez threatens to rush forward, but this time doesn't...not yet. Now he does, and he lands a couple of shots on the move in. Huge elbow from Jury stung Sanchez good, and he immediately wiped his brow looking for blood. Indeed, the blood is quick to follow. Jury cool in there, poised, continues to allow Sanchez to move in and punish his aggression. Blood now a scene on Sanchez. Jury changing levels, and now avoids another surge from Sanchez who slams home a right on the break. Kick from Jury lands. As Sanchez moves in this time he gets caught with a swooping uppercut; Sanchez shakes it off and continues to push forward. Good body kick from Sanchez lands. He comes in again, left to overhand right, but catches arms and retreating shoulders. Jury sees his opening and shoots through Sanchez's waste, drops him near center onto his back. Sanchez snatches a guillotine attempt, and he's squeezing boldly. He's torquing it, and just as it looks like it might be something, Jury throws his thumb up to indicate he's fine. Jury finally pops out, and they roll back to the feet. Sanchez bites down on his mouthpiece and looks for another assault. He lands another good body kick, but he's a bloody mess at the end of the round.

Round 3:
Sanchez likely needing a finish to win this. He hunches in and looks for the opening. Jury waving the jab out there, still the composed fighter who entered the fight. He's been picking his shots. Sanchez moves in again, and this time in his charge he lands a nice one-two right into the grill of Jury. Jury able to shake it off, though, and return to center. Good jab to overhand right by Jury, caught Sanchez leaning in. Another ineffectual rush by Sanchez, he punches air. Jury on his bike, wheels around and changed levels. He's being selective on offense, and he's taking what Sanchez gives. Good body kick from Sanchez once again. Sanchez lowers and throws a right then leads to a body kick. Jury with his hands low, but really seeing everything coming from Sanchez a mile away. With two minutes to go, Jury ties Sanchez up center cage and they waltz to the fence, Sanchez wide and upright. Jury forcing bullishly, but now lets go and they reset. Flying knee there from Jury, didn't land flush. Jury takes Sanchez down with a little over a minute to go and attempts to pass. Sanchez fending, and as Jury stands with the pressure still on, Sanchez tries some upkicks. Jury jumps into the guard, and Sanchez flailing for subs. Ain't going to happen. Jury and Sanchez stand, and after a late guillotine attempt, it's over.

UFC 171 official results: Myles Jury def. Diego Sanchez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

"I beat him so easily." What a douche. I look forward to the day someone instills a little humility in the guy with a good a$$-kicking.
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"I beat him so easily." What a douche. I look forward to the day someone instills a little humility in the guy with a good a$$-kicking.
He's not wrong, though. I mean, he was never in trouble. The closest Diego ever got was those guillotine attempts, and they weren't really threats. It was a pretty easy fight for Jury.

Doesn't change the fact that he's a cocky MFer.
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Jake needed it to be on the ground if he was going to have a chance to win. Also, Hector never did ANYTHING while on top. Having Lombard in his guard was the safest & most opportune place for Jake to be.
Agree, Hector wasn't doing ANYTHING while on top. I understand the last of what you're saying, Joe mentioned that too, it's just that Jake was only in the guard because Hector kept throwing him to the ground, and unfortunately Jake wasn't ever able to do much with him once there. Maybe if he had had more time at the end there, not sure?
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Ugh, that was nasty
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Agree, Hector wasn't doing ANYTHING while on top. I understand the last of what you're saying, Joe mentioned that too, it's just that Jake was only in the guard because Hector kept throwing him to the ground, and unfortunately Jake wasn't ever able to do much with him once there. Maybe if he had had more time at the end there, not sure?
Well, I think that's why they were telling Jake to shoot: better to fail a takedown & then pull guard, rather than getting slammed.

Either way, it's definitely not a good spot to be in, but unfortunately, it was his best option.
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He's not wrong, though. I mean, he was never in trouble. The closest Diego ever got was those guillotine attempts, and they weren't really threats. It was a pretty easy fight for Jury.

Doesn't change the fact that he's a cocky MFer.
Do y'all think this is a good weight for Diego?
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Do y'all think this is a good weight for Diego?
Eh. At this stage in his career, it's as good as any. 6 of one, half dozen of the other.
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Carlos Condit vs. Tyron Woodley

Round 1:
Co-main event, potentially for the next crack at the welterweight crown. Condit-Woodley, here we go. The referee is Jacob Montalvo. They are instructed, and they touch gloves. Condit to the center, and they size up. Woodley comes in with a right hand that catches Condit and sends him reeling. Then he lands another one, same thing. Boom! Woodley throwing thunder, comes in with combination leading to uppercut, and landed fairly well. Condit now tied up, and Woodley pushed the one-time interim champ's back into the fence. Woodley trying to dump Condit down. Can't off the bat. Condit working looping shots into Woodley's rib cage, but they aren't doing much, Finally Condit blasts off the fence and gets enough room to land a parting shot, but Woodley right back on him. This time Condit backs Woodley to the fence. They roll along, Woodley now muscling Condit along, his trunk-like thighs like pillars. They separate and head back to center. Condit moves in with kick, misses, but landed a left hand of a one-two. As Condit flies in for another sally, Woodley dumps him on his back. Condit immediately elastic, and tries to sink a triangle, but Woodley lifts him in the air and drops him. They stand. Woodley moves forward with a combination, and a couple land. As they reset, Woodley explodes into Condit's waste and takes him down. Condit uses rubber guard to lift Woodley off him, and they stand. As Condit comes in, Woodley blasts him with a spinning backfist. In return, Condit slams home a right hand. Round ends there.

Round 2:
Woodley seemed to have been slowing at the end of the round, the big concern coming in. Here we go. Condit out with high kicks, three isolated in a row. The fourth lands. He waves the jab out there and Woodley backs up. Right hand by Woodley. Big takedown from Woodley, and down goes Condit. He winces as he went. Immediately into mission control, and he latches onto his ankle to keep legs high. Can't maintain it, and Woodley now in his guard. However, Condit the busier fighter. He is landing small shots from his back, a series of them, and the referee stands them up. Condit seems okay, and just as I write that, Woodley kicks his knee and Condit immediately falls down and clutches his knee! It's over. Condit's knee is messed up. Woodley must have known it, and went straight after it. Even though he kicked one knee, it looked like the other that buckled.

UFC 171 official results: Tyron Woodley def. Carlos Condit via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 2:00 of R2.

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Well, I think that's why they were telling Jake to shoot: better to fail a takedown & then pull guard, rather than getting slammed.

Either way, it's definitely not a good spot to be in, but unfortunately, it was his best option.
I didn't mean to come across as critical of Jake, not at all, he was in a very tough spot with this particular opponent. I felt bad for him.
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