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Crap, there goes my stream, just as Ludwig/Sadollah started. FML!
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Crap, there goes my stream, just as Ludwig/Sadollah started. FML!


I shouldn't laugh but when I read that last part...
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Crap, there goes my stream, just as Ludwig/Sadollah started. FML!
All Ludwig through 2 rounds.
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Old 08-15-2011, 02:31 AM
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I shouldn't laugh but when I read that last part...
Yeah, I know. I need to start posting those again!
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All Ludwig through 2 rounds.
Don't tell me that!!!
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Round 2
Sadollah’s corner asks him to use his kicks as the second frame starts and he does just that, lobbing them to the body and a few to the front. Ludwig looks confident after a one-sided first round, though, and paws at Sadollah with left hooks and counters to the gut. Ludwig comes inside, pulls Sadollah’s head down and puts a knee on his chin, followed by a left hook. Another counter left has Sadollah scrambling for a takedown that doesn’t come. The left hand is landing every time for Ludwig as Sadollah tries to get in close. A straight right snaps Sadollah’s head back. Ludwig goes to the clinch and tries for knees that don’t quite reach. He does defend a takedown from Sadollah, however, and Ludwig shoots for one of his own with 70 seconds on the clock. Sadollah sprawls on the fence and they break off. Sadollah fires a teep kick over Ludwig’s shoulder and takes a straight one-two from Ludwig.
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Round 3
Sadollah comes out hot, firing off a head kick, a combination and wading in for a takedown behind it. He scores, but Ludwig pops right out and leaves Sadollah kneeling. After a few leg kicks, Sadollah dives for another takedown; this one doesn’t work. Back on the feet, though, Sadollah’s punches are beginning to get through Ludwig’s guard, slow though they may be. A front kick pushes Ludwig’s face back and Bang grins wide before sprawling on a shot. Halfway through the final round now and the muay Thai stylists are trading punch-for-punch. Ludwig snaps off a three-punch combo, a leg kick, then one to the head. Sadollah digs a right hand to the ribs and has a high kick blocked. Ludwig’s right hand is landing over and over, and the counter left hook makes another appearance. With 30 seconds on the clock, Ludwig shoots a double and grounds Sadollah on the fence. A few short punches from Ludwig get through on the ground before time expires.

All three judges score it 29-28 Ludwig
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Round 1: Here we go to open the TV card. Thirty seconds in, we trade knees and both guys look for that Muay Thai plum just like we expected. Sadollah pushes Ludwig to the cage, but Ludwig pushes off and lands a few knees. Total clinch game right now, and both guys have a plum. Sadollah breaks out finally, and the two trade punches before Ludwig throws a pair of leg kicks up high that Sadollah blocks. Ludwig nearly lands a knee, and Sadollah answers with a teep to keep the distance. Ludwig is landing some decent shots, then rocks Sadollah with a big combination. Sadollah survives, but his face is pretty beat up. Ludwig contineus to land up top, then goes to the body. He goes back to head-body like Marky Mark in "The Fighter." It's working. Ludwig gets the first, 10-9, on the MMA Fighting card.

Round 2: Traded kicks for the first 30 seconds, and the crowd likes it. Superman punch from Sadollah goes nowhere. But Ludwig pushes forward and lands some nice combos in tight. Ludwig seems to be getting the better of these exchanges, both in the kicking game and with the punches. But Sadollah's face is more beat up, so that might make a difference in that perception. Sadollah is backing up more, for sure. They again trade in tight, and again Ludwig lands some big shots that force Sadollah to plum up and then drop for a takedown, which Ludwig stuffs. Ludwig tries to shoot, but Sadollah stuffs and we move back to the feet. They clinch briefly, then break. Ludwig is having no problem landing punches, and now even elbows, to Sadollah's noggin. It's another 10-9 round for Ludwig on the MMA Fighting card.

Round 3: Sadollah likely will be in desperation mode here, and he comes forward hard and goes for a takedown that Ludwig brilliantly sprawls out to stop, for the most part. Ludwig does end up on the ground for a moment, but he's right back up to Sadollah's dismay. A beautiful front kick from Sadollah is right on the button on Ludwig's chin, and it backs him up. But he doesn't fall, and he soon lands another punch to Sadollah's chin for his troubles. More kicks are traded, and Mike Dolce in Ludwig's corner yells for him to go hard. Sadollah lands a nice body kick. A high kick from Sadollah is blocked by Ludwig, but the sound popping off his glove gets the crowd jazzed. THey trade strikes in close, and at the 45 second mark, the crowd goes bananas – B-A-N-A-N-A-S – for a wild and crazy finish. But it's not to be. Ludwig shoots, Sadollah sprawls, and they'll end things on the ground. MMA Fighting has the third 10-9 for Ludwig, though it's closer, and the fight for him 30-27.

Result: Duane Ludwig def. Amir Sadollah, unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
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Cowboy with a brutal body shot!
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Cerrone vs. Oliveira

Round 1: Crowd is behind Cerrone here. And both fighters throw some nifty little kicks and jabs to star. Cerrone lands a nice knee to the body and tells Oliveira to come forward. But Cerrone throws a right kick, and it lands right in the mommy-daddy parts. Oliveira instantly covers up, and Mario Yamasaki gives him time and then sends him to a neutral corner. They have a nice moment in the middle on the restart where they have a peace offering. But it lasts only 1 second beore they kick each other some more. Inside leg kick from Cerrone, who has been saying he's a slow starter. He seems to be off to a little quicker start tonight, and he pushes forward with a couple lefts and a leg kick. Cerrone lands a big body shot, then a knee while Oliveira is falling backward. Oliveira crumples to his back, Cerrone pounces and lands right-lefts over and over again until Oliveira can't stop it and Yamasaki waves it off. So much for slow starts for the Cowboy.

Result: Donald Cerrone def. Charles Oliveira, TKO, Round 1
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Someone's been shirking their responsibilities!!

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Round 1: Very important fight for the lightweight class. We touch 'em up and get swinging. Miller lands biggest first witha right-left. He seems aggressive, but Henderson clips him with a short uppercut to get his attention. They clinch up and trade some knees, and Miller is looking for a choke. He jumps onto Henderson and locks his legs around him. Henderson has an arm in, and Miller is likely to wind up on the ground from this. And he does. Henderson stays patient and takes him down. But Miller is still working for that choke – and Henderson slips out of it and looks for some short elbows. Miller pushes out from guard, but now Henderson has a chance to look for a choke. As Miller pops up, Henderson throws a great high kick that Miller partially blocks, and they tie up along the fence. Henderson drops Miller down again, and Miller looks for a triangle while holding on to Henderson's right arm. But Henderson pops out, lands a couple shots from his feet, then dives in looking for a guillotine. It's not there, and now MILLER gets a chance to work on another one. Henderson pops his head out pretty quickly, though, and lands some ground and pound from half guard. It's a highly entertaining first round, and we'll give it to Henderson 10-9.

Round 2: We're back to more of the same, trading big punches and kicks. They clinch up around a minute in, and Henderson bullies Miller to the ground again. Looks like Miller is cut above his right eye. Henderson has hiim on the ground and is landing some good shots there. Miller tries to roll out, and his head is leaving a lot of blood on the canvas. Henderson sees it and goes to work, landing strikes as Miller reaches for an ankle. HE's got it. He's twisting, but Henderson tells Josh Rosenthal he's OK. He stays calm, and he works right out of it. Back on the ground, Miller looks for a guillotine, but Henderson pops out of that and Miller again looks for an ankle. Henderson makes him pay, landing big shots. He then starts teeing off, then shootsin and slams MIller back down. He's absolutely dismantling him. Miller survives, and he again looks for any submission he can find. But Henderson is just not having it. It's another 10-9 round for Henderson, and the crowd goes absolutely ballistic for the former WEC champ.

Round 3: Henderson gestures to the crowd for support, and it responds. He touches gloves with Miller and Round 3 is underway. Miller has got to think he'll need a finish to send his winning streak to eight. The two trade strikes, and Henderson checks a kick and counters with a big shot that drops Miller. Miller pops back up and lands a short elbow that has Henderson wincing. A Miller left is timed perfectly with what appears to be a Henderson slip, more than a real knockdown. Miller pounces, but Henderson gets up and bullies him back to the canvas, where he then postures up and lands some heavy hands right in front of his own corner. Miller is covering up, giving his back, in defense mode Miller tries to slam him, drops him on his head ... and Henderson sinks in a rear naked choke. Miller survives it for now, but with two minutes left he's in a lot of trouble and eating Henderson ground and pound like crazy. Rosenthal watches closely. Henderson gets to side control, then pushes Miller to the fence and lands some more big blows. Miller is pretty bloody, and he's holding on for dear life. It looks like he's gassed, and with 30 seconds the crowd goes nuts for Henderson and his impending victory. Henderson flips Miller over and has a guillotine and is still looking to finish. He can't, but back on the feet he still swings for the fences. It's a 10-9 for Henderson, a huge wrench in the lightweight division, and a 30-27 win for him on our card.

Result: Ben Henderson def. Jim Miller, unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-26)
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