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Old 02-01-2009, 12:50 AM
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Undercard fights should be getting underway soon. I read up at MMAjunkie they should be starting at 4:45 PT. And here's a link to the undercard results as they pop up:

http://mmajunkie.com/news/13877/ufc-...ts-winners.mma


And oh yeah, WAR GSP!!!
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Old 02-01-2009, 12:57 AM
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MATT ARROYO VS. DAN CRAMER

Round 1 -Arroyo with an early leg kick, but his shoot is stuffed by Cramer. The second, though, is successful, and Aarroyo is able to pull guard, reverse the position and immediately take mount. Cramer reverses, but Arroyo quickly secures an arm and tries for the armbar. Cramer escapes and works from inside guard. The fighters catch a breather before Arroyo works elbows from below. Cramer's punches from above are easily deflected. However, Cramer finally gets through a couple elbows and then a big right and blows to the body. Cramer sits up before the blows, but despite telegraphing them, Arroyo can do nothing to stop them.Cramer lands a stiff right, but Arroyo grabs the arm again and works for an armbar. Cramer survives and then batters him with more rights. After standing, Cramer doesn't allow Arroyo to do the same and then smothers his opponent when Arroyo tries to get to his feet. MMAjunkie.com scores it 10-9 for Cramer.
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Old 02-01-2009, 01:02 AM
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Round 2 - After a touch of the gloves, Arroyo misses on a lazy right and is put on his back after a spinning back kick misses widely. Cramer takes the dominant top position as Arroyo works butterfly guard. Cramer stands over his opponent and then rains down some right hands that connect. Arroyo quickly secures full guard and defends against more right hands from Cramer. Back to butterfly guard for Arroyo, who throws elbows from below. They have little on them, and Cramer again lands some rights from above. Cramer again stands over his opponent, and as he awaits his opening, the crowd begins to boo. Cramer returns to his opponent's guard. Arroyo throws elbows while Cramer patiently looks to connect with big rights. The pace slows as both fighters look to have tired. Referee Steve Mazzagatti halts the action when Arroyo kicks Cramer in the face, and a warning is issued. Back to action, Cramer again stands over Arroyo, and the crowd again grows restless. Little action in the final 30 seconds of the frame. MMAjunkie.com scores it 10-9 for Cramer.
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Old 02-01-2009, 01:05 AM
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I forgot Nate Diaz and Clay Guida are fighting. That should be a really good fight.
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Old 02-01-2009, 01:10 AM
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Round 3 - Arroyo has a major black eye as the left side of his face swells. The fighters trade blows in the center of the cage, and Arroyo finally secures a takedown of his own. Cramer, though, looks for the triangle choke, but without the position, he allows Arroyo to take sidemount and then his back. Arroyo climbs onto his back and sinks in a rear-naked choke. Cramer won't tap and breaks free of the choke, but Arroyo still has his back. After throwing some punches from behind, Arroyo again attempts the choke as he locks in a body triangle. Cramer wiggles free and is able to turn free and take top position. Now working from inside his opponent's guard, Cramer rains down elbows. The pace slows as Cramer works elbows. Mazzagatti steps in and restarts them. Arroyo shoots lazily, and Cramer collapses on top of him and immediately rains down elbows that find their mark. Arroyo looks for the triangle choke, but Cramer pulls back and frees himself. With a sense of desparation, Arroyo looks for a submission, but Cramer closes out the round with a flurry of ground and pound. MMAjunkie.com scores it 10-9 for Cramer in what should be a clean sweep of a decision.
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That's not an undercard fight is it?

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UFC 94 Play-by-Play:

-Jake O'Brien vs. Christian Wellisch
(Christian Wellisch makes his way to the ring with "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" by Culture Club blaring over the loudspeakers.)
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R1 O'Brien and Wellisch immediately start trading punches, O'Brien dropping Wellisch briefly. Wellisch pops right back up, they trade a few more shots before O'Brien wrestles Wellisch to his back and starts a ground and pound attack from inside the guard. After a bit of a stalemate, they're back on their feet. Wellisch misses with a high kick and eats a stiff left jab to jaw. Wellisch misses on his takedown attempt, but falls to his back. O'Brien follows him down and starts to work again from inside the guard. No real damage being done, referee Yves Lavigne stands them up and they immediately start trading punches again. Wellisch lands a couple good punches to the head. O'Brien takes Wellisch down and they trade a couple of up and down positions as the round ends with no further serious damage.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for O'Brien.
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R2 Wellisch starts the round with a strong overhand right. They exchange blows with Wellisch being a little busier of the two, landing more frequently with both punches and kicks. O'Brien is landing some of his shots though, as evidenced by the blodd pouring from Wellisch's nose. O'Brien shoots and scores the double-leg takedown on O'Brien and begins the ground and pound again, but Wellisch defends well and works back to the feet. Wellisch is again pushing the pace, landing a few good single shots, but not landing many of his follow-ups on the combinations. O'Brien again shoots and takes Wellisch down and begins working from inside his guard. Wellisch again works back to the feet and the round ends in a brief exchange.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Wellisch.
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R3 While O'Brien looks less tired than Wellisch to start round three, it is Wellisch that is pushing the pace, again landing various punches and kicks. O'Brien again falls back on the takedown and lands it, but Wellisch works his way back to the feet immediately. O'Brien seems to be waiting to counter and Wellisch is using that to his advantage to pile up the score, but just as he gets going, O'Brien takes him down again. Again, Wellsich is right back to his feet, stalking O'Brien, pot-shotting him with punches and kicks. Wellisch is breathing hard, no doubt due in part to blood flowing through his nose, but he is still the busier fighter of the two. O'Brien scores a couple more takedowns, landing in guard on the second one. Wellisch again gets out and up to his feet, the round ending with Wellisch defending another O'Brien takedown.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Wellisch; the fight 29-28 for Wellisch.

Jake O'Brien def. Christian Wellisch by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 28-29), R3
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