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Old 08-09-2009, 01:34 AM
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Default ######Spoiler thread BJ wins#######

Or at least I hope he does... Here now use the thread
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:36 AM
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Jesse Lennox vs. Danillo Villefort
Round 1
We are 10 seconds in and as the fighter’s circle, feeling each other out, the Philadelphia crowd is already booing. Villefort scores first with a high kick that is partially blocked. Villefort throws Lennox to the mat and swings wildly from his feet. Lennox escapes back to his feet only to narrowly evade a Villefort elbow. The crowd boos again as the fighter’s take a brief respite. Lennox throws a tiring Villefort to the mat but quickly motions for him to stand back up. Villefort, taking advantage of the situation, lands a spinning back kick to the face of Lennox but it doesn’t seem to hurt the Iowan. Villefort lands another spinning back kick, this time to the body. Lennox, again, doesn’t seem fazed as he secures a takedown as the round came to a close. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Danillo Villefort.

Round 2
Lennox finds his range to start the second, scoring with a stinging right uppercut that staggered Villefort. The ATT product answers with an elbow that glances off Lennox. Villefort is tiring and looks like his legs are leaving him. Lennox lands a right cross that takes the Brazilian off his feet but it looks like more of a fatigue issue than anything. Villefort is trying to answer but Lennox just walks through his weak jab to throw punches of his own. Lennox lands a good one-two combination, his best punches of the night. Villefort looks tired but he takes the shots well. The round comes to a close as the fighter’s clinch. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Jesse Lennox.

Round 3
Lennox connects with a big right cross, and Villefort backs into the cage and taunts him. Lennox throws a body kick and Villefort grabs his leg to take the fight to the ground briefly before it goes back to the feet. Villefort finally gets to work from his back and he shows why he was so eager to get there. He locks up an armbar and uses a nifty move, pulling Lennox leg to flip him over. As he pulls the endangered arm free, Lennox rotates it out of danger and ends up on top of Villefort. Immediately, referee Keith Peterson steps in because of a cut over Villefort’s eye. Replays show the cut was caused by an accidental headbutt that occurred when Villefort went for the original armbar. The fight is ruled a TKO stoppage victory for Jesse Lennox at 3:37 of the third frame.

George Sotiropoulos vs. George Roop
Round 1
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Sotiropoulos taps Roop.
Marc Goddard is the ref for this one. Roop paws a jab. He throws a one-two that doesn’t land. Roop comes in for a kick and Sotiropoulos dumps him and takes side control. Sotiropoulos mounts Roop quickly. 1:30 into the round. Roop rolls Sotiropoulos and escapes. On the feet, Roop defends a double-leg. Sotiropoulos misses a spinning back kick but hurts Rooper with a right straight. The fighters tie up against the cage. 3:00 in. Sotiropoulos uses a body lock to ground his opponent. On the mat, Sotiropoulos quickly passes half guard to side and then north-south. Sotiropoulos goes to side again and then takes Roop’s back with both hooks. He’s too high and tries to switch to an armbar, but Roop escapes. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos.

Round 2
Sotiropoulos takes the center of the cage. Roop jumps forward with a knee that doesn’t connect. Sotiropoulos catches his leg and throws him down and mounts immediately. 1:00 into the round. Sotiropoulos sits up and starts punching. He scores some but loses mount. Roop leaves his guard open and Sotiropoulos slides through it again easily. This time Sotiropoulos grabs a kimura from side control, steps over the head and cranks it for the tap at 1:59.
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:37 AM
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10 seconds into the first fight and they are already booing? That's ridiculous but expected from fans in Philly
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:39 AM
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Yeah way to represent you state idiots
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:42 AM
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Yeah way to represent you state idiots
I'm not sure if anyone from philly is on these boards....but Philly fans are notoriously trash
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:52 AM
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Philly and NY take their sports very seriously
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Old 08-09-2009, 01:56 AM
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Philly and NY take their sports very seriously
yes they do, but that doesn't necessarily mean they aren't idiots about it....Just my opinion, but Philly fans are the worst fans in the country
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:05 AM
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yes they do, but that doesn't necessarily mean they aren't idiots about it....Just my opinion, but Philly fans are the worst fans in the country
booing 10 second in to a match is bad. But I guess they are to used to the old ECW where they light themselves on fire and crucify people. Philly needs some Prozac.
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:06 AM
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Philly needs some Prozac.
or brains....they are just so stupid when it comes to sports
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Old 08-09-2009, 02:44 AM
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George Sotiropoulos vs. George Roop
Round 1
Dave Mandel/Sherdog.com

Sotiropoulos taps Roop.
Marc Goddard is the ref for this one. Roop paws a jab. He throws a one-two that doesn’t land. Roop comes in for a kick and Sotiropoulos dumps him and takes side control. Sotiropoulos mounts Roop quickly. 1:30 into the round. Roop rolls Sotiropoulos and escapes. On the feet, Roop defends a double-leg. Sotiropoulos misses a spinning back kick but hurts Rooper with a right straight. The fighters tie up against the cage. 3:00 in. Sotiropoulos uses a body lock to ground his opponent. On the mat, Sotiropoulos quickly passes half guard to side and then north-south. Sotiropoulos goes to side again and then takes Roop’s back with both hooks. He’s too high and tries to switch to an armbar, but Roop escapes. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos.

Round 2
Sotiropoulos takes the center of the cage. Roop jumps forward with a knee that doesn’t connect. Sotiropoulos catches his leg and throws him down and mounts immediately. 1:00 into the round. Sotiropoulos sits up and starts punching. He scores some but loses mount. Roop leaves his guard open and Sotiropoulos slides through it again easily. This time Sotiropoulos grabs a kimura from side control, steps over the head and cranks it for the tap at 1:59.

Matt Riddle vs. Dan Cramer
Round 1
Cramer and Riddle exchange a few punches as the fight gets underway, nothing really landing flush for either fighter. Riddle locks up with Cramer along the cage and tries to drag him to the mat to no avail. Riddle grabs a body lock and tries to trip Cramer to the mat but is reversed. Cramer tries to jump to back mount but Riddle escapes. Cramer gets a body lock of his own and drags Riddle to the mat but Riddle hits a switch to get back to his feet. Cramer jumps into an arm-in guillotine that looks tight. Riddle patiently works his way free after what seems like an eternity. Riddle goes back on the offensive, working from the top position. He briefly takes Cramer’s back but the fighters work back to their feet. The round comes to a close with the fighter’s engaged along the cage. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Dan Cramer.

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Matt Riddle outpointed Dan Cramer.
Round 2
Riddle opens the second frame with a body-lock trip takedown. Working from Cramer’s guard, Riddle throws punches and moves to side-control. Cramer attempts to use the cage to get back to his feet cut Riddle uses the opening to take his back. Cramer rolls to his back and gets a half-guard. Riddle, now in full-guard, presses Cramer against the cage to try to limit his movement. Cramer again tries to use the cage to get back to his feet and again Riddle takes his back. Riddle has both hooks in and attempts to secure a rear-naked choke but Cramer defends well until the horn sounds ending the second frame. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Matt Riddle.

Round 3
Cramer drops Riddle to start round three. He pummels away at the downed fighter but Riddle rallies and reverses Cramer. Riddle works away from half-guard, striking to the body and head. Riddle opens up a cut over Cramer’s left eye, blood is streaming down the side of his face. Riddle moves to Cramer’s back and elbows to the head. Cramer rolls to his back again and eats more leather. Riddle, back in the mount, slows his pace a bit with a minute left in the fight. Cramer gets back to half-guard and tries to stand once again. Riddle tries to take his back but Cramer pulls free just as the final horn sounds ending the three round affair. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Matt Riddle.

The official scores are: 29-27, 30-26 and 30-27. Matt Riddle takes the unanimous decision.

Thales Leites vs. Alessio Sakara
Round 1
The entrance is messed up, and Leites comes out to Sakara’s music and name. Sakara, in turn, enters to Leites’ music, which Leites sings while Sakara makes his way to the Octagon. Leites slips throwing a haymaker but stands back up. He shoots from too far out for a takedown, and Sakara stuffs it. 1:30 in. Sakara is mostly waiting back. Leites gets a single leg, but as Leites is taking top control Sakara lands a short forearm that hurts him and keeps him off. Back on the feet, Sakara fires a one-two that’s blocked. Leites misses another shot from afar. The audience boos. 10-9 Sakara.

Round 2
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Alessio Sakara edged Thales Leites.
Leites is more aggressive with his striking to start the second, and this helps him take down Sakara against the cage. The Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt then tries to take Sakara’s back on the ground. He gets in one hook, but Sakara rolls out and the fight goes back to the feet. Sakara lands with a left hook. Leites drops under another strike for a takedown. He tries to take Sakara’s back again as he goes to stand, but Sakara quickly escapes again to his feet. 3:00 into the round. Sakara looks fresher. Leites is getting wild. Sakara throws a knee, and Leites finishes a double-leg takedown. He mounts Sakara with 45 seconds remaining. Sakara gets half-guard back, then Leites mounts again and punches from the top. 10-9 Leites.

Round 3
The boos resume after a lackluster opening minute to the third. Sakara throws a one-two that’s blocked. He sprawls on a double-leg and hustles out. Not much action. Leites shoots from afar again and isn’t close to the takedown. More boos. Sakara switches to a southpaw stance, which doesn’t lead to any offense. He misses a one-two-three combo. Referee Marc Goddard warns the fighters for inactivity. Leites moves forward and finally gets a takedown. He takes Sakara’s back with both hooks, but loses control quickly. Sakara gets up. More boos. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 Leites.

Official decision: 29-28 Sakara, 30-27 Leites, 29-28 Sakara. Split decision for Sakara.

Tamdan McCrory vs. John Howard
Round 1
McCrory slips to the canvas on a missed high kick just seconds into the fight. Howard wades in after McCrory gets back to his feet and eats a couple punches. “The Barn Cat” jumps to a guillotine choke and rolls Howard over. Howard, working from top position, evades an omaplata attempt only to have McCrory kick him off and escape back to his feet. McCrory lands a nice knee before jumping to another guillotine. Howard pushes him to the mat and lands in McCrory’s guard. After a brief lull in the action, referee Mario Yamasaki stands the fighters back up. McCrory tries another aerial maneuver, a flying triangle, but Howard defends it by pushing him to the mat as the round ends. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Tamdan McCrory.

Round 2
Howard launches into a takedown ending up in McCrory’s guard. Before he can do much McCrory gets back to his feet. He shoots back in and takes his lanky opponent back to the canvas. McCrory works his way back to his feet but is briefly caught in a modified guillotine. He pops his head out and punches down at Howard. Howard gets back to his feet only to eat a knee. McCrory jumps into another guillotine but Howard slips out easily, ending up in the guard again. Howard stands up and McCrory follows. Howard then attempts a wild scissor takedown to leg lock combination as the horn sounded. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for McCrory.

Round 3
Howard scores a double-leg takedown before picking McCrory up and slamming him back to the floor. Howard then steps back and allows McCrory back to his feet. McCrory throws Howard but ends up in the worse position, on his back. McCrory elbows Howard from the bottom but Yamasaki wants more action and stands them back up. Howard picks a leg and lifts McCrory into the air before depositing him back to the mat and landing in side-control. Howard inches towards another guillotine attempt but finds himself on the bottom as McCrory reverses him. The fighters work back their feet and exchange single punches before McCrory is stopped on a takedown attempt at the final horn. Sherdog.com scores the third stanza for Howard 10-9.

The official scores are 29-28 Howard, 29-28 McCrory and 29-28 Howard. John Howard takes the split decision.
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