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Old 07-21-2012, 11:32 PM
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Mitch Clarke vs. Anton Kuivanen

Round 1:
Josh Rosenthal is the referee. Both fighters come out orthodox. Clarke reaches for a single and runs Kuivanen into the fence. A modified ankle pick sends Kuivanen to a knee, but not all the way down. Now he's planted on the ground. Kuivanded stands, but is thrown to the mat with a body lock takedown. Clarke attempts a submission from top position, but is reversed. Clarke attempts an armbar from the guard, but it goes nowhere. He attempts another and nearly gets it, but Kuivanen escapes only to get his back taken in the process. Clarke attempts an arm triangle as Kuivanen rolls, but can't get it. Clarke ends the round in Kuivanen's guard.

Round 2:
Clarke again reaches for a single in the first minute of the first round and gets it. Clarke rolls through with a near kimura, but Kuivanen has control from the top in half guard. Clarke goes base down and tries to stand, but has to resort to a modified Iranian Lift to turn the corner. Yet, Kuivanen gives Clarke a dose of his own medicine and granby rolls on top after kimura gripping Clarke's arm. Kuivanen on top, but eats an upkick as he attempts a heel hook. The round ends in 50/50 guard with the two firing punches.

Round 3:
Clarke attempts a high crotch takedown along the fence, but is reversed and Kuivanen working top control, although without a significant degree of damage. After a brief scramble, Kuivanen and Clarke separate only for Clarke to desperately attempt a low single. Kuivanen rolls through, however, and ends up on top. Clarke is lazily attempts a kneebar, but Kuivanen is escaping with ease and lands a monster knee before the final bell sounds.

The judges score this bout 29-28 Kuivanen, 29-28 Clarke, and 29-28 Kuivanen. Kuivanen wins by split decision.

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Antonio Carvalho vs. Daniel Pineda

Round 1:

mmafighting is slow tonight so here's what happened. Very early in the round Carvalho lands a great head kick that rocked Pineda then followed it up with a powerful right to his nose. Pineda goes down and takes a few more shots before the ref stops the fight.

Carvalho by KO.

I picked Pinedo but wow, I was really impressed by Carvalho.
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Bryan Caraway vs. Mitch Gagnon

Round 1:
Yves Lavigne is the referee. Both fighters come out orthodox. Gagnon ducks under a punch on a double. In a scramble takes Caraway's back. Caraway tries to granby roll and ends up with Gagnon in his guard. Caraway throws up an armbar attempt, but Gagnon stands up out of it. He landing vicious ground and pound with the left hand. Caraway goes base down and is able to stand. Caraway tries a hip toss, but is nearly taken down and held down with a body lock takedown. Gagnon tries it again, but Caraway stands again. Two knees from the clinch land by Gagnon, but Caraway chases down a double and gets it. Caraway moves to mount.

Round 2:
Gagnon with an outside leg kick to start the next frame. Caraway jabs and attempts the double, but is stuffed. Right hand, however, by Gagnon. Hard left elbows against the fence by Gagnon, but Caraway puts Gagnon's back against the fence. Hard knee and several right hands land by Gagnon and Caraway lands a desperation takedown. Gagnon tries to scramble out, but Caraway takes his back with one hook. Caraway moves to mount and tries to a mounted triangle, but can't get it. He flairs out to take back control as Gagnon goes base down. Out of nowhere, Gagnon briefly spins to take Caraway's back. The two stand when he can't keep it and Gagnon lands a hard knee before the end of the round.

Round 3:
Caraway scores a double along the fence to start the round and takes Gagnon's back as he tries to escape. Caraway locks up the body triangle. Caraway eventually locks up the rear naked choke grip with fairly minimal effort and Gagnon taps on the second squeeze.

Bryan Caraway def. Mitch Gagnon via submission (rear naked choke) at 1:39 of round 3
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Ryan Jimmo vs. Anthony Perosh

Round 1:
Josh Rosenthal is the referee. Wow. Out of nowhere. Jimmo lands a BOMB of a right hand and puts Perosh to sleep immediately. Jimmo apparently ties the UFC record for fastest knockout in UFC history.

Ryan Jimmo defeats Anthony Perosh via KO at :07 of round 1


Wow! Great UFC debut!
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Roland Delorme vs. Francisco Rivera

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is the referee. Both fighters open orthodox. Delorme fires a middle kick, but eats a right uppercut. That right uppercut lands again amid a larger combination. Two outside leg kicks land for Delorme. Delorme charges forward and eats more hard uppercuts while failing on a low single. More hand combinations find the mark as Rivera continues to hold center cage. Delorme lands a right hand, but eats one of his own in a subsequent effort. Delorme landing with leg kicks until he eats a short left from Rivera. Delorme collapses immediately and that's it.

Francisco Rivera def. Roland Delorme via KO at 4:19 of round 1
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Court McGee vs. Nick Ring

Round 1:
Yves Lavigne is the referee. The two start early with Ring southpaw and McGee orthodox. The two trade leg kicks for a while, but McGee lands a nice left hook. He also stuffs a poor takedown attempt from Ring. And another. No one really landing anything particularly definitive, but Ring does connect with a right hook. Now a left straight. McGee attempts a knee tap, but is stuffed. Two hard inside leg kicks from McGee close the round.

Round 2:
Ring fires off and lands a diving jab as well as two good outside leg kicks. McGee attempts another knee tap, but it goes nowhere and the two trade leg kicks. McGee does land two nice short inside uppercuts. Head kick buzzes the tower of Ring. Left hook and right uppercut find the mark for McGee. Two straight lefts from Ring land hard on McGee. And now a third. McGee's nose appears to be broken, but he's still stalking. McGee gets in deep on a double, but can't finish it.

Round 3:
McGee connects on a right to the body, but he's doing all the stalking. Both men exchange inside leg kicks and Ring slips, but rises quickly to his feet. Hard uppercuts from the dirty boxing clinch by McGee. McGee applying a ton of pressure and now lands a spinning back fist. Ring is starting to take a fair amount of damage as Ring is having a hard time evading McGee's attack. Failed foot sweep by McGee and he eats a left. McGee is still attacking Ring everywhere he goes, eating shot after shot. Ring eats a right and attempts a takedown. McGee tries to apply a modified guillotine, but he gets reversed as Ring is on top.

All 3 judges score the fight 29-28 for Nick Ring, who wins by unanimous decision.
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Chris Clements vs. Matt Riddle

Round 1:
Josh Rosenthal is the referee for this one. Riddle goes for a single leg and uses a trip to finish his takedown. But they're right back to their feet. Riddle lands a body kick and Clements responds with a two-punch combo. They trade knees in the clinch and Clements lands an uppercut while they're inside. Back to the middle of the Octagon two minutes in. Clements lands a right. Clements lands a body kick and backs off. Rosenthal thought it was a low blow the way Clements reacted, but it was a body kick. Riddle trips Clements. Clements works his way up and eats a knee. Back to the mat, Riddle briefly gets Clements' back. Riddle stands with 20 seconds left and Clements belts him with an uppercut. Clements sprawls a late takedown attempt.

Round 2:
Early action leads to Riddle taking Clements down. He sinks in a hook, but Clements tries to fend him off. He can't. Riddle has his back and has a body lock. Clements just trying to stay out of a choke. Riddle landing one right hand after another. This goes on for about two minutes. Riddle briefly transitions to side control, then tries to go for Riddle's back again. Clements lands a couple elbows from the bottom. Riddle gets back to his feet with a minute left, but Riddle is still all over him. They're back to center Octagon, Clements lands a body kick and just misses with a spinning back kick. Clements finishes the round with a surprising flurry.

Round 3:
Clements comes out swinging, landing a couple big rights. The clinch along the fence and Clements lands a standing elbow. They break and jog back to center Octagon. Riddle goes for a big head kick and Clements blocksit. Riddle gets a leg and follows with a trip. Riddle wastes no time getting back to his feet. Clements walks into a Riddle left. Clements misses a spinning back fist. Riddle follows right up with a fantastically executed standing triangle, throws Riddle to the ground, hangs on to it, and Riddle taps.

Matt Riddle def. Chris Clements via submission (arm triangle choke) at 2:03 of the third round.
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Brian Ebersole vs. James Head

Round 1:
Mario Yamasaki is the third man in for this fight. Ebersole makes a half-hearted shot for a takedown and Head sprawls it. The scenario repeats. Head lands a right to the body and a knee. Head opens up and had Ebersole covering up, but he lets up. Ebersole lands a solid right to the body and left to the head. Ebersole with a couple kicks to the body, again sprawls for a takedown and again doesn't get it. Head transitions from a front face lock to a guillotine. Ebersole gives Yamasaki the thumbs-up, escapes the hold, and ends up in Head's half-guard. Final minute, Ebersole gets up, lands a big right hand. Ebersole goes for a cartwheel kick, which Head parries.

Round 2:
An Ebersole takedown attempt once again ends with Ebersole stuck in a front headlock. Back to their feet. Pace has slowed a bit. Ebersole connects with a straight left hand and follows with a body kick. Ebersole with an uppercut. Head with a solid left hook, Ebersole misses a big right. Ebersole sure is committed to the takedown, but he once again doesn't get it. Two minutes left. Ebersole with an uppercut. Ebersole's being Ebersole-y enough to keep Head from finding his rhythm in the standup. Head lands a knee, but the exchange ends with Eberole in Head's guards. Ebersole lands a couple shoulder strikes. Head sweeps and ends up on top of Ebersole in the closing seconds.

Round 3:
Ebersole, who's fighting for the second time in a month, looks like he's running out of gas. Twice he goes for takedowns, and both times gets nothing. I think that makes him 0-for-771 on the fight. This will not make the short list for fight of the night. Head gets Ebersole's back as they're standing, scores a trip, but can't do anything with it. They're back standing with just over two minutes left. Hey, whaddya know, Ebersole badly misses with a takedown attempt. Back to their feet. Crowd begins jeering with about 90 seconds left. in the closing seconds Ebersole ends up in side control, but time runs out before he can do anything with it.

James Head def. Brian Ebersole via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
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Cheick Kongo vs. Shawn Jordan

Round 1:
Yves Lavigne is the referee for this heavyweight showdown. Jordan looks wary of Kongo's range early. Kongo comes at Jordan, but Jordan ends up bulling Kongo toward the cage. The pair grapple along the fence with neither making much headway. After 90 seconds of this, Kongo gets Jordan's back, but nothing comes of it. Lavigne calls timeout. Replays showed Jordan elbowed Kongo directly in the groin. Lavigne lets Jordan off with a warning. Kongo uses about three minutes of his time before the bout is re-started with about 2:20 left. Jordan whiffs on a high kick. Kongo closes the distance on Jordan and they're clinched with Jordan's back to the fence. Jordan reverses position, Kongo throws a kneed to the body at the horn.

Round 2:
Kongo comes out and lands a big knee, then we're right back to a Greco-Roman wrestling contest along the fence. Kongo lands a pair of knees. Another minute of grappling. Kongo opens up with a knee and a combo. The fighters exchange knees. Kongo switches levels and Jordan escapes. Kongo lands a big pair of right hands. Midway through the round. Kongo basically smothering Jordan while they're standing. Kongo gets Jordan's back but can't get in position for a choke and ends up on the bottom. Jordan is in Kongo's half-guard, but he's not able to do anything with it as Kongo keeps him tied up.

Round 3:
Kongo once again comes out with a knee, but Jordan ties him up. The crowd's getting restless as Kongo again pins Jordan to the fence, throwing the occasional knee. They break, Kongo throws a right, and they clinch again. Jordan looks like he's not ready for this level and if Kongo's gatekeeper status wasn't yet etched in stone, it is now. Jordan looks exhausted on the break, throwing a couple slow-motion punches, but instead of engaging, Kongo ties him up again. Two minutes left. Jordan keeps putting a hand on the mat to technically down himself and avoid the knee.

Chieck Kongo def. Shawn Jordan via unanimous decision (30-28, 30-27, 30-27).
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I'm 3 for 9. Sheesh.

C'mon, Tim!!!
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