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Old 01-02-2011, 01:55 AM
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Old 01-02-2011, 01:57 AM
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Round 3
Stephens shoots a takedown but is rebuffed by Davis. Davis lands a hard overhand left that rocks Stephens, but Stephens returns fire with a hard right hand of his own. Stephens throws a roundhouse kick that hits only air. Davis now starts to move forward, in pursuit of a left cross. Davis throws a low kick, and finally lands the left cross he's seeking. As Davis throws a right overhand, Stephens squats low and drives into his skull with a spear of a right hand. Davis goes down, and Stephens is all over him with a diving punch for good measure. Davis is completely unconscious. Stephens' sudden, brutal knockout comes at 2:33 of the final round.



That second punch was Henderson/Bisping deja vu.
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:22 AM
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Clay Guida vs. Takanori Gomi
Round 1
Through the first minute, there is frenetic movement from both fighters and very little action. Guida throws two lunging overhand rights that miss by miles. Guida smacks a head kick off Gomi's face, and charges with a takedown that Gomi sprawls on. Guida shoots a single, and Gomi sprawls, turning and limplegging out of the attempt. Gomi looking for an overhand left, but can't land it. Neither men have really landed anything of conseqeuence with 90 seconds to go in the round. Gomi grazes with a jab. Gomi throws a wild hook, and Guida ducks under and elevates Gomi to score his first clean takedown. Guida sets up shop in half guard. Guida throws a sharp elbow that misses before the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Guida
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Guida
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Guida
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:29 AM
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Round 2
Gomi clips Guida with a punch, prompting Guida to drive for a takedown, but Gomi is able to limpleg out. Guida bulls him into the fence, but Gomi is able to fight off the fence. Gomi continues to change levels, looking for a left cross. Guida capitalizes with another head kick and a right cross. Gomi lands a flicking jab, and another. He explodes at Guida with a hard knee, but Guida controls his leg and slams him to the mat again, landing in half guard. Guida tries pushing to the fence, looking to secure his arm deeper around Gomi's neck for an arm-triangle choke. Gomi is able to fight out and looks for a kimura from the bottom. Guida escapes, and swings his arm over Gomi's head. He passes to mount quickly, prompting Gomi to roll right into a deep arm-in guillotine. Gomis strains to pull his head out, but can't, and is forced to tap. The end comes at 4:27 of the second round.

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Old 01-02-2011, 02:47 AM
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Nate Diaz vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Round 1
Diaz paws with his jab, and Kim drives forward and slams him to the floor. Diaz momentarily looks for a kimura from the bottom, but gives it up. Diaz is active, moving his legs, looking for submissions. Kim cracks him with a single punch from guard and looks for the pass, but can't get to side control. He gets to north-sorth and Diaz attempts to scramble, but Kim controls his hips and reaffirms top position. Kim tries to pin Diaz's leg in guard, but Diaz frees himself and grapevines Kim's leg. Kim spins out, and takes top position again. As Kim settles into guard, Diaz looks for a kneebar momentarily, but Kim easily escapes and sets up in full guard again. Kim gets to half guard, and Diaz turns, exposing his back. Kim sinks his hooks in briefly, but Diaz rolls through and seeks a kneebar again. Kim escapes, and they get back to their feet, missing punches as the bell goes.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Kim
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Kim
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Kim
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Old 01-02-2011, 02:53 AM
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Round 2
Diaz flicks his jab and follows with a hard left cross. Diaz comes forward again, and digs into Kim with a four-punch combination that features a hard left hook to the body. Diaz lands a nice two-piece combination that forces Kim to shoot: Kim doesn't get the first takedown attempt, but Kim continues looking for the takedown and takes him to the mat with an inside trip. Diaz continues to stagnate Kim's attempts to pass guard with active hips and punches from the bottom. Kim tries to vault over Diaz's legs, but Diaz shuts it down. Kim lands some overhand rights, and tries to pass under. When he brings his knees off the mat, Diaz upkicks him, pushing him away, but Kim drives forward and puts him right back on the mat. Kim lands two overhand rights. Diaz puts his legs up, and Kim stacks him yet again. Diaz rolls and exposes his back again, but Kim can't take back control. The Korean cradles Diaz, taking away his hips, but Diaz is able to escape and take Kim's back. Kim is able to throw him off over the top, and Diaz lands a right hand as the horn sounds.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Diaz
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Diaz
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Diaz
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Old 01-02-2011, 03:03 AM
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Round 3
Kim's nose is bloodied as the third round begins, and Diaz mashes his nose with his jab again. The two southpaws exchange left crosses, and Kim throws a head kick that clips the back of Diaz's head as he ducks. The Korean throws in a short right hand, and looks for a lackadaiscal takedown, which Diaz defends, and then takes a rear waistlock on the Korean briefly. Kim bends over for another takedown, and Diaz gets a front headlock, and delivers a sharp knee. Kim puts his hand on the ground, and Diaz lands another knee. Kim crumples to the ground after the illegal blow, and referee Yves Lavigne gives Kim a brief respite and warns Diaz. The action resumes, and Diaz is able to put Kim on the mat. However, Kim quickly sweeps, and presses Diaz into the fence. Diaz turns his back again and fights back to his feet. Kim looks to sink one of his hooks standing, but Diaz defends. Kim eventually pulls him to the ground and sinks his hooks, but Diaz peels them off and attacks the leg again. Kim pulls his leg out, and holds onto the rear waistlock standing with 90 seconds to go. Kim grapevines Diaz's far leg and falls to the mat, but is too tired to sink his hooks, and both men get back to their feet. Kim tries for a harai goshi throw, and Diaz pushes him off, and lands a head kick that snaps Kim's head back against the fence. Diaz pushes Kim into the fence, kneeing Kim to the head and body. Kim goes for head control, looking for a throw, and Diaz smashes him with repeated right hands, drawing a roar from the crowd. Diaz looks for a takedown at the bell. Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Diaz (30-28 Diaz)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Diaz (29-28 Diaz)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Diaz (29-28 Diaz)

Official scores: All three judges 29-28 Kim.

Guess Sherdog's judges were just plain WRONG!
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Guess Sherdog's judges were just plain WRONG!
those guys are on drugs. round two to diaz... lol
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