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Old 02-27-2011, 12:01 AM
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Curt Warburton vs. Maciej Jewtuszko
Round 1
Front kick by Jewtuszko, but he misses. Another head kick misses. Both fighters are extremely cautious in the early going. Warburton lands a punch and gets a takedown. On top in guard, Warburton with elbows the head from guard. Warburton passes to half guard. Jewtuszko is active from the bottom. Big right hand from Warburton from the top in half guard. Jewtuszko uses good leg movement to get back to full guard, but is greeted by a sharp Warburton right hand. 10-9 Warburton.

Round 2
Spinning-back fist by Jewtuszko, but he misses. Uppercut by Jewtuszko as Warburton steps coming forward. Warburton lands a solid right hand. The fighters clinch against the cage and Warburton get a takedown. Jewtuszko rolls for an ankle and gets back to feet after failing. A hard low kick connects for Warburton. Jewtuszko find his target with a flying knee. Another uppercut lands for Jewtuszko and Warburton gets a takedown into half guard. Back in full guard. Punches by Warburton to finish the round. 10-9 Warburton.

Round 3
A spinning-back elbow connects for Jewtuszko. Jewtuszko is being more active, jabbing the head of his prey. Nice one-two from Jewtuszko as he waves his hands, wanting action from opponent. Jewtuszko comes forward with punches but gets thrown to the ground into side control. Jewtuszko gets to his knees and stands momentarily before being put back down. Jewtuszko on his back as fight ends. 10-9 Jewtuszko.

Official decision: 29-28 on all cards to Warburton, the winner by unanimous decision.

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Old 02-27-2011, 12:02 AM
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Mark Hunt vs. Chris Tuchscherer
Round 1
A huge left from Hunt, but he misses. Tuchscherer immediately drops levels for a takedown, but he has nothing. A shot from Tuchscherer sends Hunt backwards, but he drops Tuchscherer with a huge right. Hunt allows him to stand up. Another big hook from Hunt. Hunt is teeing off with lefts and rights and there's a big cut on Tuchscherer. Doctor is looking at it but lets it go. Tuchscherer gets a single-leg takedown and moves to side control. Hunt escapes a kimura and eats a few elbows from Tuchscherer, who is bleeding heavily. 10-9 Hunt.

Round 2
An overhand left misses for Hunt. The former K-1 kickboxing champion lands short right uppercut. Tuchscherer smiles. Hunt misses with big uppercut as forces Tuchscherer to retreat. Hunt then connects on a jab, short-right uppercut combo for the knockout win at the 1:41 mark.

Mark Hunt winner by KO
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:07 AM
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Cant believe Hunt actually won... shows how much Brock needs to move away from minnesota to another camp...
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:14 AM
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Tie Quan Zhang vs. Jason Reinhardt
Round 1
Referee Steve Perceval is in charge of this featherweight affair. Reinhardt comes straight at Zhang and eats an uppercut. The American throws a low kick and eats a counter left hand. Reinhardt changes levels and Zhang snares his trademark submission, the guillotine choke. Reinhardt resists momentarily, taps out and goes to sleep before Zhang releases the hold. The official time is 48 seconds of the opening round.
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:19 AM
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so far i'm 0 for 3...great.
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:32 AM
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Dang, now I'm 2 for 4.
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Anthony Perosh vs. Tom Blackledge
Round 1
John Sharp is the referee for this 205-pound bout. Blackledge flicks out front and low kicks in the first minute before Perosh rushes in for a shot. It comes from too far out and Perosh falls on his face as Blackledge sprawls. Blackledge, in turn, slips and falls on a kick attempt. Another takedownt try from Perosh fails, and he instead rushes at the Englishman with a combo, one of which lands. Perosh goes for a double leg and gets caught in a guillotine from Blackledge, who pulls guard. It’s not very tight and Perosh extracts his head and moves to side control. Blackledge catches an arm on one of Perosh’s punches and tries an armbar, but Perosh defends well. Blackledge winds up on his belly and Perosh quickly jumps on his back. After a few punches, Perosh slips left his arm underneath Blackledge’s chin, squeezes and forces an instant tap. The hometown fighter Perosh is the winner by rear-naked choke submission at the 2:45 mark.
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Dang, now I'm 2 for 4.
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Nick Ring vs. Riki Fukuda
Round 1
Leon Roberts is the referee for the evening’s first televised fight. Outside leg kicks from Ring to begin. Fukuda drives forward for a double-leg and pins Ring against the cage. Ring squirms away from the fence and throws up a triangle. He’s got Fukuda’s left arm tight and the Japanese fighter is having trouble extracting himself. Ring lets it go with three minutes left and scrambles to his feet. Fukuda times a leg kick and tags Ring with a straight left. Half a dozen more kicks come from Ring to the right leg of Fukuda. The two southpaws feint and trade fire until Fukuda charges forward with a winging combo. Ring answers with a knee. He stuffs a takedown and plants another knee on Fukuda. Fukuda finding modest success with his punches inside the last minute, and he finishes the last 15 seconds with a takedown. Leon Roberts is the referee for the evening’s first televised fight. Outside leg kicks from Ring to begin. Fukuda drives forward for a double-leg and pins Ring against the cage. Ring squirms away from the fence and throws up a triangle. He’s got Fukuda’s left arm tight and the Japanese fighter is having trouble extracting himself. Ring lets it go with three minutes left and scrambles to his feet. Fukuda times a leg kick and tags Ring with a straight left. Half a dozen more kicks come from Ring to the right leg of Fukuda. The two southpaws feint and trade fire until Fukuda charges forward with a winging combo. Ring answers with a knee. He stuffs a takedown and plants another knee on Fukuda. Fukuda finding modest success with his punches inside the last minute, and he finishes the last 15 seconds with a takedown.
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Round 2
Ring pawing with a jab and landing leg kicks while Fukuda hunts for power punches. Ring lands a nice right hook and Fukuda tries to shoot, but gets stuffed. The next takedown is successful, as Fukuda plows Ring right into the base of the cage. Ring shoves him off, turtles and works to his feet, where he drills a knee to the midsection of Fukuda. Fukuda scores with an uppercut and Ring retaliates with a left hand over the top. Fukuda tries to shoot on a jab and Ring sprawls. The middleweights clinch and Fukuda gets the better with knees up the middle. Ring still landing leg kicks and trying to work combos, but Fukuda is staying out of range. Fukuda is checking the leg kicks now. Fukuda comes forward and ties up to hurl a barrage of uppercuts.
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