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Unread 10-05-2018, 03:40 PM
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Default UFC Fight Night: Romero vs. Gastelum Recap

NOTE: Sorry about the long wait between posts, my laptop was away getting fixed but it's back now so I should be back to posting pretty regularly.

UFC Fight Night: Romero vs. Gastelum Recap

Attendance: 3,634 (Arkansas)
Gate: $635,950
Broadcast By: FOX, ESPN UK, Rede Globo, Fox Sports Australia, TV Tokyo, Eurosport Russia, Teletica Canal 7, OSN Sports 2 (All TV)


Alberto Mina def. Claudio Henrique da Silva via TKO (Welterweight) - All or Nothing Fight
Alan Jouban def. Alex Garcia via TKO (Welterweight) - All or Nothing Fight
Jack Hermansson def. Antonio Braga Neto via TKO (Middleweight) - All or Nothing Fight
(#21) Mike Perry def. (#20) Matt Brown via Unanimous Decision (Welterweight)
Main Card

(#11) Darren Till def. (#12) Santiago Ponzinnibbio by TKO, in a fantastic battle between top-tier Welterwight prospects. After the fight, Till called out Colby Covington, for a future fight.

In the next fight, #6 ranked Lightweight fighter, Edson Barboza dominated Justin Gaethje, who is #8 ranked, on the feet, knocking him out with a body shot late in the first round to earn a possible fight against a top-5 opponent next time out.

In another Welterweight fight, Robbie Lawler def. Jorge Masvidal, as #5 ranked Lawler rebounded from a loss to Rafael Dos Anjos, by knocking out #9 ranked Masvidal in the second round. Then, Lawler called out Stephen Thompson, saying that he felt they would put on a great fight for the fans, and it's hard to disagree with him!

In the main event, the #4 ranked Middleweight, Yoel Romero def. Kelvin Gastelum, who is #7 ranked, in a great fight, by third round knockout. After he, Chris Weidman and Luke Rockhold have all put in very impressive displays recently, it'll be interesting to see who gets the next title shot, and who is waiting for their opportunity.
Critical Rating: 80%
Commerial Rating: 75% (Low Level International)
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Unread 10-09-2018, 05:42 AM
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Default UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs. Swanson Recap

UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs. Swanson Recap

Attendance: 3,861 (Washington)
Gate: $675,675
Broadcast By: FOX, Eurosport Russia, OSN Sports 2, TV Tokyo (All TV)


Felipe Arantes def. Cody Stamann via Submission (Bantamweight) - All or Nothing Fight
Andrew Holbrook def. Frankie Perez via TKO (Lightweight) - All or Nothing Fight
Alex Morono def. Brian Camozzi via Submission (Welterweight) - All or Nothing Fight
(#10) Thomas Almeida def. Frankie Saenz (#19) via Unanimous Decision (Bantamweight)
Main Card

(#4) Jimi Manuwa def. Patrick Cummins (#13) via Split Decision (Light Heavyweight)
A damage vs. control fight to start the main card here, with Cummins spending most of the fight in control on the ground, but not doing much and getting stood up by the referee more than once whilst Manuwa didn't have as many periods in control, but dominated Cummins on the feet, doing a lot more damage than his opponent. In the end, Manuwa won out in a close one.

(#18) Carlos Condit def. Kamaru Usman (#18) via Split Decision (Welterweight)
A prospect vs. veteran matchup here, with Condit showing that he still has lots left in the tank, doing excellently to ride out the storms when Usman took him down, and schooling his opponent on the feet. Usman gave it a good go, trying as much as he could to get the submission finish in the 3rd, thinking he was down on the scorecards, but Condit used his veterna experience, not panicking and defending anything that came his way in picking up the close victory. After the fight, he called out Darren Till, saying that he's taken down one prospect, and wants to take down another.

(#3) Jose Aldo def. Jeremy Stephens (#12) via KO (Featherweight)
This was a fight to see what Aldo still had left after dropping 3 of his past 4 fights, as well as his last 2, both against current UFC Featherweight Champion Max Holloway. And the Brazilian showed that he isn't done yet, as he put on a whirlwind performance, destroying Stephens on the feet, and knocking him down multiple times throughout the fight before finally getting the finish in the third round.

(#6) Cub Swanson def. Frankie Edgar (#2) via Unanimous Decision (Featherweight)
A big upset in the main event, as Cub Swanson finally got that big win that has been eluding him so far in his career. He dominated Edgar from the get go, never letting up through all 5 rounds, and making the fight look easy. Edgar never seemed to get any offense going, and Swanson picked up the biggest win of his career so far, in a wonderful performance. Post fight, he called out Jose Aldo to fight for the #1 Contendership to the UFC Featherweight Title.
Critical Rating: 67%
Commercial Rating: 81% (Mid Level International)
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Alexander Volkov Goes On Hiatus

In a surprising move, Alexander Volkov has decided to take a hiatus from MMA, and will not fight again until he has returned. This is a very unexpected move from the Russian Heavyweight, who was next in line to face Daniel Cormier for the UFC Heavyweight Championship.

It remains to be seen who is now the new #1 Contender to the title, however it is likely this has thrown a spanner in the UFC's plan, so we all eagerly anticipate their next move for arguably their most prestigious division.
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Unread 10-14-2018, 08:29 AM
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Default UFC 226 - Preview

UFC 226: McGregor vs. Diaz III Preview

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTTT'SSSSSSSSSSSS TIME for UFC 226 LIVE from Las Vegas, Nevada as the UFC caps off International Fight Week with two of the BIGGEST STARS currently competing in MMA!

Main Event
It's no secret that Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz have one of the greatest rivalries in MMA's short history, and that rivalry comes to a close tonight! The final fight in their trilogy will be the Main Event, and with both men having one win over the other, it's anyone's guess as to who will walk away with the bragging rights over their bitter rival, as well as a UFC Lightweight Championship opportunity!

Co-Main Event
It was in New York at UFC 217 when Rose Namajunas shocked the world, by knocking out the woman many considered the best 115 lbs fighter in the world in Joanna Jedrzejczyk. However, Rose then went on to prove it was no fluke by defeating the former champion once again in a rematch at UFC 223. Now, Rose's next challenger steps up to the plate in the form of Jessica Andrade, who's coming off big wins over Tecia Torres and Claudia Gadelha that got her into the position to fight for the belt!

Rest of the Card
The card is rounded out with a rematch between Eddie Alvarez and Dustin Poirier, who's previous fight at UFC 211 ended in a no contest. And one thing we know about these two fighters is that they leave it all in the Octagon, so make sure you tune in to see these two wage war once again.

The opening fights of the main card see Lightweight prospect Gregor Gillespie put his undefeated streak on the line against Joe Lauzon, before Bethe Correira and Tonya Evinger fight with lots of stakes in the Women's Bantamweight division on the line!

UFC 226 Fight Card

Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz

UFC Women's Strawweight Championship
Rose Namajunas(c) vs. Jessica Andrade

Eddie Alvarez vs. Dustin Poirier

Bethe Correira vs. Tonya Evinger

Gregor Gillespie vs. Joe Lauzon
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