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Old 02-27-2011, 02:20 AM
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Kyle Noke vs. Chris Camozzi
Round 1
John Sharp is the referee for the first fight of the main card. The middleweight exchange leg kicks and both miss when they go to the head. Camozzi rushes Noke into the fence and scores with a combination, but eats a flurry in return from Noke and then gets tripped to the mat. Noke hops straight into mount and punches away, then rides all over the twisting Camozzi. The Australian takes Camozziís back and flattens him out with hooks, slipping in the rear-naked choke for the tap at 1:35 of the first frame.
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:44 AM
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Chris Lytle vs. Brian Ebersole
Round 1
Steve Perceval is the referee for this clash of American welterweights. For his UFC debut, the Sydney-based Ebersole has shaved his chest hair into a large arrow, which points to his face. There is no touch of gloves as both men crouch low and stalk. Ebersole cartwheels forward and tries to plant his heels on Lytleís face, but itís blocked. Ebersole takes a right hand from Lytle and feigns shock as he walks it off around the perimeter. Lytle pushes forward from the center and drills a punch to the body of Ebersole, then goes up top with a right hand. Both men feint and get the other to flinch. Ebersole shoots and gets his head caught under Lytleís left arm. He bucks and tumbles forward, but still canít extract himself from Lytleís guillotine. Ebersole winds up underneath with a headlock of his own, but Lytle gets free. As Ebersole stands, Lytle grabs the guillotine again and falls back to guard. This one doesnít last long and the pair clinch against the fence with 60 seconds to go. Lytle pulls guard with another guillotine with 45 seconds left, then switches to a triangle. Neither stick and Ebersole, from guard, Mashes Lytleís head into the mat with his chest. Lytle is cut underneath his left eye at the end of the round.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Lytle
Tomasz Marciniak scores the round 10-9 Lytle
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Ebersole

Round 2
Lytle lands hard right hooks and uppercuts while Ebersole jokes them off. Nice right hand by Ebersole, but his follow-up shot is stuffed. Lytle charges in and lands some uppercuts in close quarters, then drills one to the body of Ebersole. Out of nowhere, Ebersole connects with a huge, high right knee and Lytle's legs give way. He crumbles to the floor near the fence and Ebersole pounces. Lytle is hanging in there as Ebersole slaps on a brabo choke. Lytle escapes but heís still badly hurt with a minute left on the clock. Back on the feet, Ebersole lands knees in the clinch and scores with a standing elbow. Lytle grabs at a guillotine and jumps guard, and Ebersole slams him to the floor. He grinds and mashes Ebersole into the mat with his chest to the end of the round.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Ebersole
Tomasz Marciniak scores the round 10-9 Ebersole
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Ebersole
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:53 AM
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Round 3
Ebersole tries his cartwheel kick again, and again it doesnít land flush. Lytle scores with a combination and Ebersole drags him down. Lytle uses the cage to walk up and goes for another guillotine. Lytle pulls guard one more time, then gets on top when Ebersole tries to turn the corner. He gets Ebersole on his back and the choke looks tight, but Ebersole survives. Ebersole pops loose and puts Lytleís back to the cage. Nice elbow over the top from Ebersole as they stand in the clinch. Referee Perceval calls for a break to replace Lytleís mouthguard. When they resume, itís Ebersole kneeing in the clinch, then dragging Lytle down with 45 seconds to go in the fight. Ebersole stands over Lytle, who upkicks and then gets his mouthpiece knocked out again when Ebersole dives through his guard. Lytleís face is covered with blood when time expires.

Official scores: The judgesí scorecards read 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28, all in favor of Brian Ebersole, who takes a unanimous decision in his UFC debut.
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George Sotiropoulos vs. Dennis Siver
Round 1
Leon Roberts returns to officiate this lightweight contest. Siver comes out with snapping leg kicks and then begins lobbing feet toward his opponentís jaw. Sotiropoulos keeps his distance and tries to find his range, connecting with a few long right hands. Siver kicks to the body and Sotiropoulos sees his opportunity, grabbing the leg and shoving the German into the fence. Siver hops with it and stays upright. He clips Sotiropoulos with a right hand and then stuffs a shot from the Aussie. Cracking outside leg kick from Siver connectís with Sotiropoulosí left knee, which is covered with a thin brace. Siver misses on his trademark spinning back-kick, but he drops Sotiropoulos with a murderous left hook. Sotiropoulos survives and gets to his feet, only to be dropped again. The Australian grabs desperately for a leg and Siver lets him back up. Siver landing more punches and stuffs a shot from Sotiropoulos with 30 to go. A big overhand right smashes Sotiropoulosí grill.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-8 Siver
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Siver
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Siver
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:22 AM
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Round 2
Siver is going wild early, throwing windmill-style punches at Sotiropoulos, who appears to have regained his wits between rounds. Siver goes back to his crisper strikes and begins landing, but Sotiropoulos is using his jab to keep his distance now. Sotiropoulos canít finish a takedown attempt and eats punches for his trouble. He goes for a single and gets limp-legged by Siver. Sotiropoulos begins throwing front kicks for distance while Siver lands clean with outside leg kicks. Sotiropoulos lands his best right hand of the fight and follows up with a left hook. Neither man gaining much ground in the final minute until Sotiropoulos corks Siver with a few combos in the last 20 seconds.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-10
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:29 AM
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Round 3
Sotiropoulos catches a kick, but canít spin Siver down. The Australian stands in the pocket now and pumps his left jab at Siver, whoís still working the leg kicks. Sotiropoulos catches another and, instead of trying to take Siver down, punches him in the face. A kick and one-two from Sotiropoulos has Siver going backward into the fence. Sotiropoulos shoots a single-leg from way out and gets stuffed, then eats a three- or four-punch combo from Siver. Sotiropoulosí corner tells him he has to get a takedown. Siver finally lands his spinning kick, but not quite flush. The leg kicks really appear to be bothering Sotiropoulos with a minute left. Nonetheless, heís putting his jab in the face of Siver, who connects with a right hand over the top and another side kick at the horn.

Official scores: The judges at cageside have it 29-28, 30-28 and 30-27 in favor of Dennis Siver.
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A couple big upsets on the main card
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Man, my picks are having a brutal time of it!
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