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UFC on FUEL TV 3: Poirier vs. Jung
May 15, 2012
Fairfax, Virginia
Patriot Center

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Dustin Poirier (12-1) vs. Chan Sung Jung (12-3)
Igor Pokrajac (24-8) vs. Thiago Silva (14-2-1 NC)
Donald Cerrone (17-4) vs. Yves Edwards (41-18-1)
Tom Lawlor (7-4-1) vs. Jason MacDonald (25-15)
Charles Oliveira (15-2-1 NC) vs. Josh Grispi (14-3)

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Dave Herman (21-3) vs. Christian Morecraft (7-3)
Nick Catone (9-2) vs. Clifford Starks (8-1)
Amir Sadollah (5-3) vs. Jorge Lopez (11-2)
Eiji Mitsuoka (18-8-2) vs. T.J. O’Brien (16-5)
Ben Holscher (4-0) vs. David Mitchell (11-2)
Tim Persey (10-4-1) vs. Shawn Jordan (12-4)
Pat Runez (4-0) vs. Takuya Eizumi (9-8-3)
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Really didn't do to well predicting that last card, 3/13!

UFC on FUEL TV 3: Poirier vs. Jung
May 15, 2012
Fairfax, Virginia
Patriot Center

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Dustin Poirier (12-1) vs. Chan Sung Jung (12-3)
Igor Pokrajac (24-8) vs. Thiago Silva (14-2-1 NC)
Donald Cerrone (17-4) vs. Yves Edwards (41-18-1)
Tom Lawlor (7-4-1) vs. Jason MacDonald (25-15)
Charles Oliveira (15-2-1 NC) vs. Josh Grispi (14-3)

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Dave Herman (21-3) vs. Christian Morecraft (7-3)
Nick Catone (9-2) vs. Clifford Starks (8-1)
Amir Sadollah (5-3) vs. Jorge Lopez (11-2)
Eiji Mitsuoka (18-8-2) vs. T.J. O’Brien (16-5)
Ben Holscher (4-0) vs. David Mitchell (11-2)
Tim Persey (10-4-1) vs. Shawn Jordan (12-4)
Pat Runez (4-0) vs. Takuya Eizumi (9-8-3)
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UFC on FUEL TV 3: Poirier vs. Jung
May 15, 2012
Fairfax, Virginia
Patriot Center

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Dustin Poirier (12-1) vs. Chan Sung Jung (12-3)
Igor Pokrajac (24-8) vs. Thiago Silva (14-2-1 NC)
Donald Cerrone (17-4) vs. Yves Edwards (41-18-1)
Tom Lawlor (7-4-1) vs. Jason MacDonald (25-15)
Charles Oliveira (15-2-1 NC) vs. Josh Grispi (14-3)

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Dave Herman (21-3) vs. Christian Morecraft (7-3)
Nick Catone (9-2) vs. Clifford Starks (8-1)
Amir Sadollah (5-3) vs. Jorge Lopez (11-2)
Eiji Mitsuoka (18-8-2) vs. T.J. O’Brien (16-5)
Ben Holscher (4-0) vs. David Mitchell (11-2)
Tim Persey (10-4-1) vs. Shawn Jordan (12-4)
Pat Runez (4-0) vs. Takuya Eizumi (9-8-3)
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Matches to make following UFC on Fox 3
by Eric Stockton.

With UFC on Fox 3: Mir vs. Werdum done, it’s time to look at matches to make after the event.

Pat Barry vs. Kevin Fergusson- Two of the heavyweight division’s most loved fighters, Barry and the man known as Kimbo Slice love to strike with anyone and if these two were to fight, that’s just what would happen. Slice is making his return back into the octagon after being released by the UFC and being told he would never fight here again, then signing with Strikeforce and being moved into the UFC when the Strikeforce heavyweight division was closed.

Lavar Johnson vs. Brendan Schuab- Monsters in the UFC heavyweight division weighing in over 240 pounds and stand at 6’4”, Johnson and Schuab are two powerful fighters who are both around the same on the heavyweight ladder, with Schuab losing his last 2 fights and Johnson winning his first 2 UFC fights.

Nate Diaz vs. Frankie Edgar- This fight makes sense as Dana White said that the winner of Miller and Diaz will face Edgar, with Diaz winning his last three fights, two by first round stoppage over game opponents and another one over a tough fighters in Donald Cerrone.

Jim Miller vs. Glesion Tibau- Two of the sports best submission artist and are also strong lightweights. These two fighters are also near the top of the lightweight division, with Miller losing his fight tonight and Tibau on a winning streak.

Frank Mir vs. Gabriel Gonzaga- In a division where submission fighters are as hard to come by as a fighter who can go 5 rounds without gassing, these two fighters who have been known to finish their fights by submission as well as knockout. A fight between these two fighters could help light a spark in these two who have not reached their potential.

Fabricio Werdum vs. Cain Velasquez- Since coming back to the UFC, Fabricio Werdum has gone 2-0, with a unanimous decision victory over Roy Nelson and a submission victory last night against Frank Mir, he could face Cain Velasquez next, who is coming off a lost to Junior dos Santos, his first of his career.
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UFC on Fuel TV 3 live play-by-play and results.
by Tony Wanamaker.

Pat Runez (@PatRunezMMA) vs. Takuya Eizumi

Round 1:
Code:
 >Runez avoids a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Eizumi throws a left jab but Runez avoids it.
>Runez comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Eizumi.
>Runez grabs Eizumi and pulls him into a grapple.
>Runez has gotten underhooks in and is looking to take Eizumi to the ground.
>The underhooks are used to set up a trip, Eizumi is left on his back and has to pull guard.
>Runez begins trying to pass the guard.
>Eizumi keeps Runez in guard.
>Runez doesn't let Eizumi pull him in close to be smothered.
>Time slips away as Runez successfully keeps Eizumi stuck against the ground.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Runez attempts to pass guard.
>Runez isn't able to pass guard on this attempt.
>Using his leg strength to push Runez back a bit, Eizumi looks to scramble for position.
>The scramble leaves Runez turtled up with Eizumi behind.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Runez takes the opportunity to stand up, albeit under back control.
>Eizumi lets go and backs away from Runez, apparently unhappy with his position.
>Moving in closer, Eizumi looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Runez sees a chance and dives down for a single leg. Eizumi, caught by surprise, can only pull guard.
>Runez begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.
>Eizumi keeps Runez in guard.
>The time runs out on round one.
>That round goes to Runez, 10-9 on my card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Runez the opportunity to counter with a left.
>Eizumi counters a wayward left jab with a series of quick punches.
>There's a takedown attempt from Runez.
>Eizumi tries to avoid the takedown.
>Eizumi avoids the takedown attempt.
>Eizumi slips past a left jab and fires back with a series of lefts.
>Moving in closer, Runez looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Runez is in the pocket, ready to attack Eizumi.
>A quick exchange of strikes produces nothing worth mentioning.
>Not comfortable in the pocket, Eizumi steps back and creates some space.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Eizumi comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Runez drops down and catches the advancing Eizumi by surprise with a single leg takedown.
>Runez begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.
>He can't quite manage to get past guard on this attempt.
>Runez doesn't allow Eizumi to lock him up with double underhooks.
>Runez starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>After a struggle, he gets to half guard.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Runez attempts to arm triangle Eizumi from the top of half guard.
>Runez gets the arm triangle fully applied, but only seconds before the round ends!
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>That round goes to Runez, 10-9 on my card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes, but neither scores.
>Eizumi slips past a left jab and counters with a flurry of quick punches to sting Runez.
>Runez avoids a barrage of big right hands.
>Eizumi counters an errant left jab with a flurry of small strikes.
>Runez side-steps a barrage of big punches and hits a jab.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Runez to fire back with a straight left.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Eizumi is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Runez waits for Eizumi to step in, then he scores with a quick takedown.
>In guard, Runez begins working to pass to side control.
>Runez isn't able to pass guard on this attempt.
>Eizumi tries to pull Runez in close and smother him, but doesn't get anywhere with it.
>Runez looks to get past the guard.
>He finds himself unable to pass guard on this attempt.
>From his back, Eizumi manages to pull Runez toward the cage.
>Runez cannot stop Eizumi from walking his way up via the cage, but does retain control.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Showing good control, Runez keeps Eizumi stuck against the cage and hits him with short punches to the body for the remainder of the round.
>Breathing very hard, Pat Runez is looking ragged.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>I think Runez took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Pat Runez def. Takuya Eizumi via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Tim Persey (@TimPersey) vs. Shawn Jordan (@savageshawn)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Persey drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Jordan tries to get a knock out with a scorching right cross but Persey moves out of range.
>Jordan avoids several big right hands and counters with a massive right hand, knocking Persey down to the ground...he is out cold!
>Shawn Jordan takes the victory by way of Knock Out!
Shawn Jordan def. Tim Persey via KO (Punch) - Round 1, 1:06.


Ben Holscher vs. David Mitchell (@DaudiMitchell)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Mitchell gets suckered in by a feint, and is lucky to avoid a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Mitchell avoids a flurry of punches.
>Mitchell shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Holscher stuffed it.
>Holscher throws a couple of jabs, then chooses to shoot in on Mitchell.
>It looks like Mitchell is trying to grab a guillotine.
>Mitchell is unable to apply the guillotine choke.
>The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves Mitchell pulling guard.
>In guard, Holscher begins working to pass to side control.
>He passes the guard well, gaining side control.
>Holscher is trying to move from side control to mount.
>Holscher mounts Mitchell.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Holscher pounds away on Mitchell, landing several great shots that threaten to knock him out!
>The referee has no option but to leap in and stop the fight!
>Ben 'The Teacher' Holscher takes the win by TKO!
Ben Holscher def. David Mitchell via TKO (Strikes) - Round 1, 3:22.


Eiji Mitsuoka (@eijimitsuoka) vs. T.J. O’Brien

Round 1:
Code:
 >Advancing, Mitsuoka counters a left jab by using a straight left.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Mitsuoka.
>O'Brien tries to avoid the takedown.
>O'Brien avoids the takedown attempt.
>Mitsuoka comes in closer, looking to clinch with O'Brien.
>O'Brien uses his strikes to stop Mitsuoka from getting close enough to clinch.
>Mitsuoka narrowly misses O'Brien with a right uppercut.
>It seems that O'Brien is happy to let Mitsuoka circle for the moment.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>A straight left by O'Brien keeps Mitsuoka from advancing.
>Mitsuoka doesn't let O'Brien settle, stepping in closer to impose himself.
>Mitsuoka looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with O'Brien.
>He pulls O'Brien into a grapple.
>Getting underhooks, Mitsuoka looks for a takedown.
>O'Brien stops the takedown attempt, then uses his wrestling to take control of the grapple.
>O'Brien tries to wrestle Mitsuoka backward and up against the cage.
>O'Brien can't manage it, and Mitsuoka gets out of the grapple entirely.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Mitsuoka.
>He has the takedown! It's a single leg, and O'Brien has to pull guard.
>Mitsuoka looks to pass guard and get side control.
>Mitsuoka isn't able to pass guard on this attempt.
>Mitsuoka doesn't let O'Brien pull him in close to be smothered.
>The time runs out on round one.
>That round goes to Mitsuoka, 10-9 on my card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >A wayward right kick to the body allows O'Brien to hit a crisp jab.
>A weak right kick is countered by O'Brien with a clean jab.
>They exchange strikes, but neither fighter inflicts any real damage.
>Mitsuoka counters a left jab by hitting a kick to the ribs.
>O'Brien throws a swift jab but doesn't do any damage.
>Time slips away as Mitsuoka doesn't press O'Brien, allowing him to circle.
>Mitsuoka looks like he might be trying to get in close to clinch with O'Brien.
>Mitsuoka can't get close enough to clinch, O'Brien keeps him away with strikes.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>O'Brien keeps out of range, assessing the situation.
>The fight slows as Mitsuoka sits back and allows O'Brien to circle.
>O'Brien throws a looping punch, but Mitsuoka avoids it.
>Mitsuoka seems to be waiting for O'Brien to make a move.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>An attempted inside leg kick misses, giving O'Brien the opportunity to counter with a left jab to the cheek.
>A left jab misses and Mitsuoka strikes back with a flurry of quick punches.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>Some fans are booing after a round that didn't feature much action.
>Incredibly close round, but O'Brien came out just ahead on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Mitsuoka throws a left jab but O'Brien avoids it.
>Mitsuoka counters a left jab with a right kick to the thigh.
>O'Brien avoids a kick to the leg and hits a solid left jab.
>Mitsuoka throws a right kick to the body but O'Brien avoids it.
>O'Brien looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>The two fighters move closer, ready to strike.
>A left jab misses the mark and allows Mitsuoka to counter with a punch.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Using head movement to slip past a left jab, O'Brien hits a crisp left jab.
>From the pocket, Mitsuoka unloads with a sequence of left jabs.
>A flurry of rights and lefts all miss, allowing O'Brien to hit a jab.
>Eiji Mitsuoka looks very tired out there.
>Using head movement, Mitsuoka slips past a left jab and counters with a series of quick punches.
>O'Brien uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>A drained-looking Mitsuoka tries to close the distance between them.
>O'Brien finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Mitsuoka is trying to muscle O'Brien up against the cage.
>Mitsuoka manages it, and controls O'Brien up against the cage.
>Mitsuoka has worked in the underhooks and looks to take O'Brien down.
>O'Brien cannot stop being lifted up and blasted with a Greco-Roman slam, he can only pull half guard!
>Eiji Mitsuoka looks very, very tired.
>Mitsuoka fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Mitsuoka.
Eiji Mitsuoka def. T.J. O’Brien via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Amir Sadollah (@amirMMA) vs. Jorge Lopez (@JorgeLopezUFC)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Sadollah moves in quickly after a wayward punch and hits a thudding right hook to the body.
>Lopez counters a right kick to the body by hitting a crisp left hand punch.
>An attempted body kick misses, giving Lopez the opportunity to counter with a clean jab.
>Sadollah slams a crisp right into the gloves of Lopez, but can't follow up.
>Not letting up, Lopez steps in closer to pressure Sadollah into action.
>Lopez comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Lopez walks into a big jab, landing right on the cheek.
>Lopez avoids a jab and scores with a straight left.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>A straight left from Lopez fails to land.
>Not letting up, Sadollah quickly steps in closer to attack Lopez.
>Sadollah slips past a left jab and counters with a nice three-punch combination.
>Lopez side-steps a barrage of big punches and hits a solid left jab.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Lopez drops his shoulder and feints to step in, but Sadollah isn't buying it.
>Sadollah counters a wild spinning back fist with a quick combination that ends with a scorching right cross. Lopez barely had time to cover up.
>Sadollah counters a left jab with a nice left hand.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Sadollah.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Lopez darts in and out of range quickly, trying to get Sadollah to commit to throwing a strike.
>A jab misses and Sadollah counters with a powerful right hook to the body.
>An errant jab sets Lopez up to counter-strike with a clean left.
>Sadollah counters a left jab by using a couple of nice shots.
>Lopez looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Lopez is now standing in the pocket.
>Good head movement allows Lopez to go under a vicious right hand and immediately counter with a crisp left.
>Using head movement, Lopez slips past a left jab and counters with a jab.
>Sadollah lets a jab sail wide and counter-strikes with a flurry of quick punches.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Sadollah throws a flurry of punches but Lopez covers up well.
>Slipping past a powerful straight right, Lopez counters with a straight left.
>Lopez throws a left jab but Sadollah uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Slipping past a left jab, Lopez hits a straight left.
>Lopez ducks under a huge right cross and counter-strikes with a solid left jab.
>A left jab misses, giving Lopez the chance to hit back with a crisp left.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Lopez uses head movement to avoid a combination of short sharp punches, then fires back with a nice left.
>A left jab misses, giving Sadollah the chance to hit back with a jab.
>Sadollah throws a leg kick but Lopez checks it easily.
>Round two ends as time expires.
>Wow, great round, that has gotten the crowd rocking.
>That round goes to Lopez, 10-9 on my card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Lopez feints throwing a jab.
>Sadollah moves in quickly after a wayward punch and hits a solid left.
>Lopez counters a right kick to the legs with a clean jab.
>Sadollah avoids a flurry of punches and hits a clean left.
>A showdown where they both exchange strikes only results in a stalemate.
>After a flurry of punches miss, Sadollah is able to strike back with a solid left jab.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>A straight left by Sadollah keeps Lopez from advancing.
>Not letting Sadollah settle at all, Lopez comes in closer.
>Lopez darts in, feints a jab, darts back out.
>Moving in closer, Lopez looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Sadollah now has Lopez standing in the pocket.
>Lopez throws a left jab but Sadollah uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Sadollah slips past a flurry of rights and lefts and hits a kick to the inside of the left thigh.
>Lopez goes down off the kick, he got caught low by the looks of things!
>He signals that he will be able to continue in a moment.
>The referee stops the clock and gives him a minute to recover.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>A jab misses, allowing Lopez to counter-strike with a left.
>Lopez is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Lopez can't close the distance, Sadollah keeps him away with strikes.
>The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.
>I have to give that round to Sadollah, but only a 10-9.
Amir Sadollah def. Jorge Lopez via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).


Nick Catone (@NickCatone) vs. Clifford Starks (@cliffordstarks1)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Starks keeps his cool as Catone throws a feint to the left.
>Catone feints throwing a jab.
>Catone uses a feint to get Starks off balance, but the flurry of rights and lefts that follow don't find their mark.
>Starks looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Starks grapples with Catone, who made no attempt to escape.
>Using his wrestling skills, Starks is trying to push Catone up against the cage.
>Starks achieves it, pinning Catone to the cage.
>Unable to get free, Catone is smothered up against the cage for about sixty seconds.
>Starks breaks the grapple and prepares to launch some strikes at Catone.
>Showing good footwork and reactions, Catone avoids a body kick.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Moving in closer, Starks looks like he may want to wrestle Catone.
>Catone tries to single leg Starks as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>Starks throws a left jab but Catone avoids it.
>Starks looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Catone.
>The two fighters start grappling for control.
>Starks tries to wrestle Catone backward and up against the cage.
>Starks achieves it, pinning Catone to the cage.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Starks tries to dirty box Catone, but finds himself out-wrestled and turned around so that he is the one against the cage.
>With Starks stuck against the cage, Catone gets the underhooks and looks for a takedown.
>Starks stops the takedown attempt, then uses his wrestling to take control of the grapple and put Catone against the cage.
>Starks uses a hard foot stomp.
>Round one ends as time expires.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Starks.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Catone isn't drawn in by Starks feinting to his left.
>Starks comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Catone.
>Catone sees a chance for a takedown attempt, but Starks is able to defend it.
>Starks looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Catone.
>They start grappling, Catone looks happy to engage Starks at close quarters.
>Starks tries to wrestle Catone backward and up against the cage.
>He does so, and now has Catone pinned to the cage.
>Catone waits for Starks to throw a knee strike, then uses wrestling to turn him around so that Starks now has his back to the cage.
>Breathing very hard, Nick Catone is looking ragged.
>With Starks stuck against the cage, Catone gets the underhooks and looks for a takedown.
>Starks digs in and manages to defend the takedown.
>Starks creates a little bit of space, and that's enough for him to circle away out of the grapple and back to the center.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Catone avoids a flurry of punches.
>Catone comes in with a couple of jabs, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Catone can't get the takedown, Starks defended it well.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Moving in closer, Starks looks like he may want to wrestle Catone.
>Catone tries to take down Starks as he steps in, but he blocks it.
>Nick Catone looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.
>This could be a sign that the big weight cut he undertook is taking its toll.
>Clifford Starks is looking really tired.
>Slowly moving in closer, a ragged-looking Starks wants to wrestle Catone.
>Seeing a takedown opportunity, Catone goes for a single leg, but Starks is equal to it.
>The time runs out on round two.
>That round certainly got the fans going.
>I think Starks took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Starks slips out of the way of a jab.
>Slowly moving in closer, a ragged-looking Starks wants to wrestle Catone.
>Catone seems happy to grapple with Starks.
>Nick Catone looks like he is almost out on his feet with exhaustion.
>Using his wrestling skills, Starks is trying to push Catone up against the cage.
>Starks does it, Catone is stuck with his back to the cage.
>With the cage trapping Catone, Starks gets the underhooks in and looks for a takedown.
>Starks can't get the takedown, as Catone wrestles his way into a dominant position.
>Clifford Starks looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.
>Catone has worked in the underhooks and looks to take Starks down.
>Starks digs in and manages to defend the takedown.
>Catone loses control of Starks, who circles out and returns to the center.
>Slowly moving in closer, a ragged-looking Starks wants to wrestle Catone.
>Catone tries to single leg Starks as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Looking tired, Starks comes in closer, attempting to wrestle with Catone.
>Catone tries to single leg Starks as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>Clifford Starks looks exhausted.
>A drained-looking Starks tries to close the distance between them.
>Catone tries to single leg Starks as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>A drained-looking Starks tries to close the distance between them.
>Catone ends up grappling for supremacy with Starks.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Using his wrestling skills, Starks is trying to push Catone up against the cage.
>Starks does it, Catone is stuck with his back to the cage.
>Starks shows great control, keeping Catone pressed against the cage while punishing him with sharp strikes to the body until the round ends.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>I have to give that round to Starks, but only a 10-9.
Clifford Starks def. Nick Catone via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Dave Herman (@davehermanmma) vs. Christian Morecraft (@christianm1986)

Round 1:
Code:
 >An exchange of blows doesn't really produce any damage or a clear advantage.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up grappling.
>Using his wrestling skills, Morecraft is trying to push Herman up against the cage.
>He does so, and now has Herman pinned to the cage.
>Morecraft catches Herman with a knee strike to the thigh.
>Smothered against the cage, Herman is stuck there, unable to do anything, for roughly sixty seconds.
>Morecraft catches Herman with a knee strike to the thigh.
>Morecraft smothers Herman up against the cage while using the occasional short sharp punch to the body, keeping him stuck there for a full minute.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>The referee thinks there has been too little progress, and brings the two fighters back to the center.
>Moving in closer, Herman looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Keen to keep space between them, Morecraft backs away.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Moving in closer, Herman looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Herman is now standing in the pocket.
>Herman uses head movement to dodge a jab, and counters with a great straight right that lands perfectly on the button, Morecraft is out like a light!
>Dave 'Pee Wee' Herman takes the win by Knock Out!
Dave Herman def. Christian Morecraft via KO (Punch) - Round 1, 4:31.


Charles Oliveira (@C_Oliveira_UFC) vs. Josh Grispi (@joshgrispi)

Round 1:
Code:
 >A feinted high kick gets a reaction, and Grispi is lucky to avoid the follow-up inside leg kick.
>Grispi avoids a nice combination.
>Moving in closer, Oliveira looks like he may want to wrestle Grispi.
>They start grappling, Grispi looks happy to engage Oliveira at close quarters.
>Oliveira is trying to muscle Grispi up against the cage.
>Oliveira does it, Grispi is stuck with his back to the cage.
>With Grispi stuck against the cage, Oliveira gets the underhooks and looks for a takedown.
>He lifts his opponent and drives him down with a Greco-Roman slam! Grispi pulls guard.
>Oliveira throws a few right hands to the body.
>Grispi tries to sweep Oliveira but doesn't get anywhere.
>Oliveira fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.
>Grispi tries to ensnare an arm.
>Grispi uses an attempted kimura to flip his opponent and get side control.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Grispi starts trying to work to use side control as a way to get behind Oliveira.
>He rolls Oliveira over a little...and slips behind to take the back!
>Grispi attempts an armbar.
>Grispi rolls onto his back to try and get the armbar, but Oliveira pulls free and gets side control.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>In side control, Oliveira throws a couple of punches designed to keep Grispi guessing.
>Oliveira throws a few strikes, but is clearly slowing things down so that he can catch his breath.
>Oliveira blocks Grispi as he tries a sweep from side control.
>The time runs out on round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Oliveira.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Oliveira steps in and unloads with a couple of shots to the body and a nice right uppercut.
>Oliveira tries for a leg kick but Grispi moves out of range.
>Grispi shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>Oliveira cannot stop the takedown, and has to pull guard.
>Grispi attempts to pass guard.
>Oliveira can't fend off the effort, and can only stop Grispi at half guard.
>In half guard, Grispi throws a couple of punches designed to keep Oliveira guessing.
>Oliveira attempts to guillotine Grispi from the bottom of half guard.
>Grispi pulls his head free before the hold can be applied properly.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Grispi attempts to pass half guard and gain a better position.
>He finds himself unable to get past the half guard on this attempt.
>Oliveira tries to sweep Grispi but can't do it.
>Grispi throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.
>Oliveira attempts to grab an arm of Grispi from the bottom of half guard.
>Grispi fends off Oliveira, and doesn't give up an arm.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Grispi attempts a kimura.
>Oliveira stops Grispi from applying it.
>The time runs out on round two.
>I think Grispi took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >A left hand misses, allowing Oliveira to counter with a kick to the ribs.
>Oliveira uses a nice combination as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>Grispi tries to step away from the takedown.
>Oliveira can't get the takedown, Grispi was too quick to back away.
>Grispi uses a flurry of lefts and rights to get Oliveira to cover up, then shoots in looking for a takedown.
>It looks like Oliveira is trying to grab a guillotine.
>The takedown is too fast, Oliveira cannot grab the guillotine.
>Grispi gets the takedown, but as soon as Oliveira hits the ground he spins out and away and gets back to his feet.
>Oliveira is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Grispi.
>Grispi seems happy to grapple with Oliveira.
>Oliveira has gotten underhooks in and is looking to take Grispi to the ground.
>Oliveira gets the takedown by using the underhooks for control and working a trip! Grispi pulls guard.
>Oliveira fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Oliveira blocks an attempted sweep.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Grispi is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Oliveira off of him.
>Grispi doesn't allow Oliveira to smother him against the ground.
>Grispi tries to ensnare an arm.
>Oliveira almost falls victim to a kimura, but in the end settles for being swept into side control.
>Grispi starts trying to work to use side control as a way to get behind Oliveira.
>He takes the back!
>Grispi tries to ensnare Oliveira in an armbar.
>Grispi gets the armbar, sinks it in deeply, and Oliveira has to tap!
>By submission, the winner is Josh Grispi!
Josh Grispi def. Charles Oliveira via Submission (Armbar) - Round 3, 4:28.


Tom Lawlor (@FilthyTomLawlor) vs. Jason MacDonald (@jaymac185)

Round 1:
Code:
 >They both meet with strikes, but neither does any damage.
>Lawlor dodges a jab, and fires back with a punch.
>Using good head movement, MacDonald slips past a punch and hits a stinging jab.
>MacDonald slips past a jab and scores with a clean left jab.
>MacDonald throws a right jab but Lawlor uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>MacDonald backs away to create some more space.
>There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes but neither hits.
>From the missed strikes they clinch.
>Lawlor has gotten underhooks in and is looking to take MacDonald to the ground.
>A sweep of the legs is successful, MacDonald is floored and Lawlor has no problem getting side control.
>Lawlor throws a few strikes, but they are without venom.
>MacDonald tries to sweep Lawlor but can't do it.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Lawlor begins trying to get himself into a mount.
>Lawlor mounts MacDonald.
>Lawlor pounds away from the mount, and MacDonald struggles to deal with them.
>Lawlor unloads with big elbows from the mount, landing several that clearly hurt MacDonald.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Lawlor pounds away with punches from the mount, hitting several big shots.
>Lawlor pounds away from the mount with elbows, but MacDonald covers up and defends them well.
>MacDonald tries to sweep Lawlor out of mount but can't do it.
>Lawlor attempts an armbar.
>MacDonald stacks up Lawlor and punches away until he stops the armbar attempt. MacDonald gets side control off it.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>I think Lawlor took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >MacDonald feints rushing in, but Lawlor doesn't fall for it.
>A barrage of punches miss and MacDonald strikes back with a series of quick lefts.
>Both fighters fire off strikes, neither produces any significant damage.
>MacDonald throws a flurry of rights and lefts, but Lawlor covers up well.
>An exchange of strikes doesn't really lead to anything.
>From the missed strikes they clinch.
>Lawlor is trying to muscle MacDonald up against the cage.
>Lawlor can't do it though, and ends up being out-wrestled in the grapple.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Lawlor catches an attempted body kick and goes for the takedown, but MacDonald stuffs it.
>Tom Lawlor is looking really tired.
>Lawlor narrowly misses MacDonald with a left uppercut.
>Not letting Lawlor settle at all, MacDonald comes in closer.
>MacDonald is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Standing his ground, Lawlor looks happy to engage MacDonald in the pocket.
>Slipping past a powerful straight left, MacDonald counters with a left hook to the body.
>In the pocket, MacDonald tries to get a knock out with a scorching left cross but Lawlor covers up.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Standing in the pocket, a visibly tired Lawlor chooses to shoot in for a double leg on MacDonald.
>MacDonald counters with a right hand that catches Lawlor flush...and he goes down!
>Lawlor shakes off the blow almost immediately though, and waits for MacDonald to make a move.
>On his back, Lawlor can't do much to stop a kick to the leg.
>Lawlor gets his legs swept aside, and unable to offer any defense, gets caught with an enormous right hand from MacDonald!
>MacDonald gets pulled away by the referee, as Lawlor was knocked out by that one big shot!
>By Knock Out, the winner is Jason MacDonald!
Jason MacDonald def. Tom Lawlor via KO (Punch) - Round 2, 4:46.


Donald Cerrone (@donaldcerrone) vs. Yves Edwards (@thugjitsumaster)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Cerrone drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Edwards in with a feint.
>Cerrone tries for a left jab but Edwards moves out of range.
>Edwards looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Cerrone.
>He pulls Cerrone into a grapple.
>Edwards is trying to muscle Cerrone up against the cage.
>Cerrone doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gains a dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Cerrone looks to get some strikes in, but Edwards seizes the moment and wrestles his way into control of the grapple.
>Edwards tries to wrestle Cerrone backward and up against the cage.
>Cerrone doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gets out of the grapple.
>Cerrone comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Keen to keep space between them, Edwards backs away.
>Cerrone steps in but an exchange of strikes goes nowhere.
>Edwards doesn't press the issue, allowing Cerrone to circle.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Cerrone looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Cerrone moves into the pocket.
>Edwards uses head movement to avoid a right jab.
>Cerrone backs away to create some more space.
>There's a short stalemate as both fighters advance and throw strikes, but neither hits.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Edwards comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Cerrone.
>To counter, Cerrone throws a huge right hook which doesn't miss by much.
>Edwards is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Cerrone.
>He pulls Cerrone into a grapple.
>The grappling doesn't last long, as they soon break away from each other.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>Incredibly close round, but Edwards came out just ahead on my score card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >An exchange of strikes doesn't lead to any real damage.
>Edwards avoids a tight combination.
>Edwards is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Cerrone.
>Cerrone counters with a right hand that catches Edwards flush...and he goes down!
>Without hesitation, Cerrone mounts his stunned opponent!
>Cerrone attempts to set up an armbar on Edwards from the mount.
>Edwards stacks up Cerrone and punches away until he stops the armbar attempt. Edwards gets side control off it.
>Edwards starts trying to work to use side control as a way to get behind Cerrone.
>Cerrone is in big trouble as he is forced to give up his back!
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Cerrone is in huge trouble now, as Edwards successfully gets both hooks in.
>With both hooks in, Edwards tries to flatten Cerrone out for the rear naked choke.
>Cerrone doesn't allow the rear naked choke to be applied.
>Edwards attempts to complete a rear naked choke, having both hooks fully in.
>Cerrone gets flattened out with the rear naked choke, he has to tap!
>Yves 'Thugjitsu Master' Edwards takes the win by submission!
Yves Edwards def. Donald Cerrone via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) - Round 2, 3:56.


Igor Pokrajac (@igorpokrajac) vs. Thiago Silva (@ATTThiagoSilva)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Silva throws a barrage of big rights but Pokrajac is quick to move out of range.
>An exchange of strikes doesn't really lead to anything.
>In close proximity from the strikes they threw, they fall into a messy clinch.
>Pokrajac tries to wrestle Silva backward and up against the cage.
>Pokrajac doesn't manage it though, as Silva slips out of the grapple and gets away.
>Silva counters a left jab by hitting a pair of jabs and a big right hook.
>Silva slams a crisp right into the gloves of Pokrajac, but can't follow up.
>The fight slows as Pokrajac sits back and allows Silva to circle.
>Pokrajac steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>Backing out of range, Pokrajac circles tentatively.
>Not letting up, Silva quickly steps in closer to attack Pokrajac.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Pokrajac slips out of the way of a body kick.
>Silva fakes a lunge.
>Pokrajac doesn't press the issue, allowing Silva to circle.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Advancing, Silva counters a left jab by using a jab.
>Silva throws out a quick left jab.
>Pokrajac seems to be waiting for Silva to make a move.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>I have to give that round to Silva, but only a 10-9.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Both fighters come in and throw strikes, there is no real damage done by either.
>Silva avoids a jab and scores with a stinging leg kick.
>Silva feints rushing in, but Pokrajac doesn't fall for it.
>Pokrajac slips out of the way of a leg kick, having been suckered in with a feint.
>Silva looks like he might be trying to get in close to clinch with Pokrajac.
>Pokrajac keeps himself moving out of range, not wanting to clinch.
>Silva looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Pokrajac.
>Silva is in the pocket, ready to attack Pokrajac.
>A leg kick gets checked by Pokrajac.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Moving in closer, Silva looks like he may want to try and clinch with Pokrajac.
>Silva can't get close enough to clinch, Pokrajac makes sure to keep out of range.
>Advancing, Silva counters a left jab by using a sharp body kick.
>Silva comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Silva is in the pocket, ready to attack Pokrajac.
>Silva throws a flurry of rights and lefts, but Pokrajac covers up well.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>They exchange strikes, but neither fighter inflicts any real damage.
>Not comfortable in the pocket, Silva steps back and creates some space.
>Silva looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Pokrajac.
>Pokrajac uses movement to keep out reach, meaning Silva cannot get close enough to grapple.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round two.
>That round goes to Silva, 10-9 on my card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Both fighters come toe-to-toe and strike, but none of the strikes result in significant damage being done.
>There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes, but neither scores.
>Neither fighter backs away, instead they both choose to start swinging!
>Silva hits a right uppercut, Pokrajac is laid out cold!
>Thiago Silva takes the win by Knock Out!
Thiago Silva def. Igor Pokrajac via KO (Punch) - Round 3, 1:18.


Dustin Poirier (@DustinPoirier) vs. Chan Sung Jung (@KoreanZombieMMA)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Jung throws a left jab but Poirier avoids it.
>Jung drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Poirier in with a feint.
>Poirier throws a combination of rights and lefts, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Poirier has the takedown! Jung pulls half guard.
>In half guard, Poirier throws a couple of punches designed to keep Jung guessing.
>Poirier attempts to arm triangle Jung from the top of half guard.
>Poirier gets the arm triangle fully applied and Jung has to tap out!
>Dustin Poirier takes the victory by way of submission!
Dustin Poirier def. Chan Sung Jung via Submission (Arm Triangle) - Round 1, 2:00.


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UFC 146: dos Santos vs. Overeem
May 26, 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada
MGM Grand Garden Arena

Main Card (PPV)

Junior dos Santos ( C ) (14-1) vs. Alistair Overeem (36-11), for heavyweight title
Jon Fitch (23-4-1-1 NC) vs. Nick Diaz (26-8)
Rousimar Palhares (14-3) vs. Demian Maia (15-4)
Rick Story (13-5) vs. Mike Pierce (13-5)
George Roop (12-9-1) vs. Manny Gamburyan (11-7)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Ryan Jimmo (15-1) vs. Ricardo Arona (14-5)
Matt Mitrione (5-1) vs. Phillip De Fries (9-0-1 NC)
Jimy Hettes (10-0) vs. Javier Vasquez (16-5)
Claude Patrick (14-2) vs. Carlo Prater (30-10-1)
Josh Ferguson (8-4) vs. Chris Cariaso (12-4)
Johnny Bedford (18-9-1) vs. Alex Soto (6-1-1)
C.J. Keith (9-0) vs. Bernardo Magalhaes (12-1)
Anton Kuivanen (16-5) vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo (6-1)
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Main Card (PPV)

Junior dos Santos ( C ) (14-1) vs. Alistair Overeem (36-11), for heavyweight title
Jon Fitch (23-4-1-1 NC) vs. Nick Diaz (26-8)
Rousimar Palhares (14-3) vs. Demian Maia (15-4)
Rick Story (13-5) vs. Mike Pierce (13-5)
George Roop (12-9-1) vs. Manny Gamburyan (11-7)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Ryan Jimmo (15-1) vs. Ricardo Arona (14-5)
Matt Mitrione (5-1) vs. Phillip De Fries (9-0-1 NC)
Jimy Hettes (10-0) vs. Javier Vasquez (16-5)
Claude Patrick (14-2) vs. Carlo Prater (30-10-1)
Josh Ferguson (8-4) vs. Chris Cariaso (12-4)
Johnny Bedford (18-9-1) vs. Alex Soto (6-1-1)
C.J. Keith (9-0) vs. Bernardo Magalhaes (12-1)
Anton Kuivanen (16-5) vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo (6-1)
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Main Card (PPV)

Junior dos Santos ( C ) (14-1) vs. Alistair Overeem (36-11), for heavyweight title
Jon Fitch (23-4-1-1 NC) vs. Nick Diaz (26-8)
Rousimar Palhares (14-3) vs. Demian Maia (15-4)
Rick Story (13-5) vs. Mike Pierce (13-5)
George Roop (12-9-1) vs. Manny Gamburyan (11-7)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Ryan Jimmo (15-1) vs. Ricardo Arona (14-5)
Matt Mitrione (5-1) vs. Phillip De Fries (9-0-1 NC)
Jimy Hettes (10-0) vs. Javier Vasquez (16-5)
Claude Patrick (14-2) vs. Carlo Prater (30-10-1)
Josh Ferguson (8-4) vs. Chris Cariaso (12-4)
Johnny Bedford (18-9-1) vs. Alex Soto (6-1-1)
C.J. Keith (9-0) vs. Bernardo Magalhaes (12-1)
Anton Kuivanen (16-5) vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo (6-1)
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Main Card (PPV)

Junior dos Santos ( C ) (14-1) vs. Alistair Overeem (36-11), for heavyweight title
Jon Fitch (23-4-1-1 NC) vs. Nick Diaz (26-8)
Rousimar Palhares (14-3) vs. Demian Maia (15-4)
Rick Story (13-5) vs. Mike Pierce (13-5)
George Roop (12-9-1) vs. Manny Gamburyan (11-7)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Ryan Jimmo (15-1) vs. Ricardo Arona (14-5)
Matt Mitrione (5-1) vs. Phillip De Fries (9-0-1 NC)
Jimy Hettes (10-0) vs. Javier Vasquez (16-5)
Claude Patrick (14-2) vs. Carlo Prater (30-10-1)
Josh Ferguson (8-4) vs. Chris Cariaso (12-4)
Johnny Bedford (18-9-1) vs. Alex Soto (6-1-1)
C.J. Keith (9-0) vs. Bernardo Magalhaes (12-1)
Anton Kuivanen (16-5) vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo (6-1)
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Matches to make following UFC on Fuel TV 3
by Eric Stockton.

With UFC on Fuel TV 3: Poirier vs. Jung done, it’s time to look at matches to make after the event.

Charles Oliveira vs. Rani Yahya- Two of the best submission grapplers in the division, Oliveira and Yahya would be good fights for each other as they are currently stuck in a position where they are good enough to beat low level fighters, however when given a top level fighter they lose, so why not see who can make the next jump.

Josh Grispi vs. Cole Miller- Another two of the best submission grapplers, a bout between Grispi and Miller could be an exciting one as both look for submissions the whole fight.

Tom Lawlor vs. Clifford Starks- Being an exciting fighter in the UFC Lawlor has not been as successful as his personality and could be used as a test for up and coming fighters, like Starks who won his second UFC fight tonight.

Jason MacDonald vs. Winner of McGee/Miller- One of the best ground fighters in the middleweight division, MacDonald has been good or bad in his last few fights and could be used as a high-level gate keeper, however for right now he should be used as a contender and giving him the winner of McGee and Miller will help the UFC see who is ready to fight higher top level fighters.

Donald Cerrone vs. Anthony Pettis- Cerrone is one of the best lightweights in the UFC, however is currently not doing as good as he did last year. Having a good striking game and ground game, Cerrone is a dangerous threat against anyone in the UFC. A good opponent for Cerrone, who is as equally as dangerous, is Pettis who has a great striking game and an underrated ground game. With both fighters being from the WEC and being exciting, this fight should provide fireworks.

Yves Edwards vs. Jim Miller- Edwards has had mixed success as of lately, getting KO’d by Stout, then getting a TKO victory, then losing via unanimous decision to Tony Ferguson and now getting a submission victory over Cerrone. Another fighter in the UFC lightweight division has had a mixed of success as of lately, is Jim Miller who lost to Henderson, then beat Guillard and has now lost to Diaz, so a fight between the two fighters could be good.

Igor Pokrajac vs. Stanislav Nedkov- Stanislav Nedkov made a huge impression on everyone in his UFC debut, and since then has not fought, so why not have him fight Pokrajac who is a gate keeper at best and another eastern European fighter.

Thiago Silva vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira- Two of the best light heavyweight striker, Silva and Lil’ Nog can knock anyone out at any time and should these two fight, it would be a fight to see who can hit the harder shot first.

Dustin Poirier vs. Winner of Aldo/Hatsu- If Hatsu was unable to compete in the Brazil event, Jung was going to replace him, however Hatsu was able to compete so Jung then faced Poirier, with Poirier submitting Jung within the first round, so why not give this rapidly rising star a title shot after beating the number 2 contender.

Chan Sung Jung vs. Dennis Siver- Jung is a striker and can’t handle anyone on the ground that is good, so why not give Jung a fight with Siver that is sure to give fireworks from the moment the ref tells them to get it on to the last bell.
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I think Cerrone/Pettis and Jung/Siver are the matches I'd most like to see out of those, Sliva vs. Rogerio Nogueira would also be a decent fight imo.
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UFC 146: dos Santos vs. Overeem live play-by-play and results.
by Tony Wanamaker.

Anton Kuivanen (@AntonKuivanen) vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo (@YoislandyMMA)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Kuivanen drops his shoulder as a feint, trying to draw a strike.
>Kuivanen comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Izquierdo.
>Not wanting to grapple, Izquierdo uses strikes to keep Kuivanen at a distance.
>Kuivanen avoids a flurry of punches.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Kuivanen.
>Izquierdo sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>The takedown doesn't work, Izquierdo saw it coming and got out of range.
>A flicked jab from Izquierdo only finds gloves.
>It seems that Kuivanen is happy to let Izquierdo circle for the moment.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Kuivanen comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Izquierdo.
>Kuivanen eats a stiff counter right cross and almost goes down!
>Moving forward, Izquierdo counters a left jab with a flurry of small strikes.
>Izquierdo counters a left jab by using a vicious leg kick.
>Kuivanen looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Izquierdo is pulled into a grapple.
>Kuivanen is trying to muscle Izquierdo up against the cage.
>Kuivanen manages it, and controls Izquierdo up against the cage.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Kuivanen smothers Izquierdo up against the cage while using the occasional short sharp punch to the body, keeping him stuck there for thirty seconds.
>Izquierdo wrestles back against Kuivanen, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Izquierdo.
Round 2:
Code:
 >There is an exchange of strikes, but neither fighter does any damage.
>Both throw strikes at each other, both easily defend the other's attempt.
>Izquierdo fires off a barrage of big right hands, forcing Kuivanen to step back.
>Izquierdo avoids a jab and scores with a couple of hard rights!
>Kuivanen might be in real trouble here, he is backing off but looks really unsteady on his feet!
>Kuivanen is knocked off his feet by a barrage of big rights!
>Izquierdo moves in quickly, kneeling beside Kuivanen and starting to hammer down with punches!
>Izquierdo unloads with big punches, landing several that clearly hurt Kuivanen.
>With punches raining down, Kuivanen can only pull Izquierdo down into side control to survive.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Izquierdo gets up, releasing side control, and backs off, allowing Kuivanen time to stand too.
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Izquierdo the opportunity to counter with a vicious leg kick.
>Those strikes to the legs are going to take their toll.
>Kuivanen comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Kuivanen eats a stiff counter right cross and almost goes down!
>Kuivanen counters a wayward low kick by catching it and shooting in for a takedown, getting it! Izquierdo pulls guard.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>In guard, Kuivanen throws a couple of punches designed to keep Izquierdo guessing.
>Kuivanen throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>That was a fun round to watch.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Izquierdo.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Kuivanen steps back to avoid a flurry of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>Kuivanen uses a flurry of lefts and rights to get Izquierdo to cover up, then shoots in looking for a takedown.
>Kuivanen gets caught out and eats a stiff left jab.
>Breathing very hard, Yoislandy Izquierdo is looking ragged.
>Izquierdo counters a left jab with a left jab to the cheek.
>A speculative right hand from Kuivanen doesn't find a home.
>Izquierdo doesn't press the issue, allowing Kuivanen to circle.
>Kuivanen comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Izquierdo tries to step away from the takedown.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Izquierdo avoided Kuivanen.
>Kuivanen circles, looking for an opening.
>Izquierdo doesn't press the issue, allowing Kuivanen to circle.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Moving in closer, Kuivanen looks like he may want to wrestle Izquierdo.
>Kuivanen can't get near enough to engage, Izquierdo uses strikes to keep him out of range.
>Kuivanen looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Izquierdo.
>Kuivanen is in the pocket, ready to attack Izquierdo.
>Standing in the pocket, Kuivanen chooses to shoot in for a double leg on Izquierdo.
>Izquierdo is too quick, and manages to hit Kuivanen with a good clean left jab.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Izquierdo the opportunity to counter with a nice jab.
>A left hand misses, allowing Izquierdo to counter with a nice left hand.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>That round goes to Izquierdo, 10-9 on my card.
Yoislandy Izquierdo def. Anton Kuivanen via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


C.J. Keith (@CJKeithUFC) vs. Bernardo Magalhaes (@BernardoTrekko)

Round 1:
Code:
 >They both meet with strikes, but neither does any damage.
>Magalhaes avoids a flurry of rights and lefts and hits a nice left hand.
>An exchange of strikes doesn't lead to any real damage.
>A big right misses, giving Magalhaes the chance to counter with a solid punch.
>Magalhaes slips past a jab and scores with a nice left.
>Using head movement, Keith slips past a left jab and counters with a nice left.
>Keith tries for a left jab but Magalhaes uses head movement to avoid it.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Not comfortable in the pocket, Keith steps back and creates some space.
>Magalhaes throws a couple of jabs, then chooses to shoot in on Keith.
>Keith attempts to avoid Magalhaes as he shoots in.
>Keith avoids the takedown attempt.
>Magalhaes slips out of the way of a leg kick.
>Magalhaes throws a feint.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Keith tries for a left jab but Magalhaes moves out of range.
>Magalhaes moves out of range of a flurry of punches.
>Backing out of range, Keith circles tentatively.
>Magalhaes quickly gets in closer, looking to attack.
>Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.
>Hopefully the next round will produce a little more in the way of action.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Magalhaes.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Magalhaes slips out of the way of a flurry of punches.
>Magalhaes steps back to avoid a flurry of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>Magalhaes swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches.
>Magalhaes swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches, having fallen for a feint.
>Keith is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Magalhaes counters by dropping down and hitting a single leg, Keith is forced to pull guard.
>Keith is controlled against the ground, unable to shift Magalhaes off of him.
>In guard, Magalhaes begins working to pass to side control.
>Keith comfortably blocks the attempt and keeps Magalhaes in guard.
>Keith uses his legs to push Magalhaes back, and tries to scramble for position.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>The scramble results in Keith being on his back pulling half guard.
>Magalhaes fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Keith tries to move from half guard to full guard, but Magalhaes doesn't allow it.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Magalhaes begins trying to get his leg free of the half guard.
>He can't find a way past half guard.
>Keith tries to break free and scramble for position, but Magalhaes keeps him trapped.
>Magalhaes throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>That wasn't the most exciting round we've ever seen, hopefully things will pick up in the next one.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Magalhaes.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Magalhaes swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches, having fallen for a feint.
>Keith does some damage with a barrage of big rights on Magalhaes.
>Magalhaes swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches.
>Magalhaes springs forward, trying to surprise Keith and grab one of his legs!
>Able to secure a leg, Magalhaes tries to lock in a kneebar but Keith is able to defend against it.
>Unable to stop falling backward as a result of the submission attempt, Keith has to pull guard.
>Magalhaes stands out of guard, but remains holding the feet to prevent up-kicks.
>On his back, Keith watches as Magalhaes comes in looking to get a dominant ground position.
>Keith tries to get free, but Magalhaes is able to secure side control.
>Magalhaes gets up, releasing side control, and backs off, allowing Keith time to stand too.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Keith to fire back with a jab.
>Keith comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Keith is in the pocket, ready to attack Magalhaes.
>Always alert, Magalhaes uses good head movement to avoid a barrage of big right hands.
>Magalhaes backs away to create some more space.
>Keith is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Keith cannot get close enough to the elusive Magalhaes.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Keith looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Magalhaes.
>Backing off, Magalhaes makes sure to keep out of range.
>Magalhaes dives forward, trying to grab a leg!
>The attempt doesn't work, Keith got out of range too quickly.
>We reach the time limit and this fight is over.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Keith.
Bernardo Magalhaes def. C.J. Keith via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).


Johnny Bedford (@BrutalBedford) vs. Alex Soto (@sotomma)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Bedford counters a right jab by using a crisp left hand punch.
>Soto slips past a barrage of big punches and fires back with a jab.
>Soto shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>Bedford tries to avoid Soto.
>Soto can't get the takedown, Bedford was too quick to back away.
>Soto hops around from foot to foot, looking for an opening.
>Bedford quickly gets in closer, looking to attack.
>Bedford drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Soto in with a feint.
>Bedford is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Bedford can't close the distance, Soto keeps him away with strikes.
>Soto chooses to shoot in on Bedford.
>A counter left hand catches Soto above the eye.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>There's a stalemate as both fighters throw strikes, but neither scores.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up clinched.
>Wanting to take it to the ground, Soto attempts to drag Bedford down into his guard.
>The attempt doesn't work, Bedford blocked it and takes control of the clinch as a result.
>Bedford tries to use some dirty boxing, but Soto uses his wrestling skills to smother him.
>Bedford uses dirty boxing and gets in a few crisp punches on Soto as they grapple.
>The grapple breaks up after a short struggle, and the two fighters step apart.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Soto chooses to shoot in on Bedford.
>Bedford counters with a left jab that catches Soto hard.
>Bedford looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Soto.
>Soto snaps off a strong right jab as a counter, but it only finds the gloves.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Bedford.
Round 2:
Code:
 >A left jab misses and Soto counters with a left body kick.
>Bedford feints going high, but Soto doesn't buy it.
>Bedford counters a wayward low left kick with a left jab to the cheek.
>Soto just avoids a combination of short sharp punches and hits a crisp jab.
>Soto comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Bedford counters with a left jab that catches Soto hard.
>An errant jab sets Bedford up to counter-strike with a crisp left hand punch.
>Moving in closer, Bedford looks like he may want to wrestle Soto.
>Soto fires off a left hand first, but the impact is taken by the gloves of Bedford.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Soto covers up to absorb a tidy combination of punches and then hits a right jab to the cheek.
>Bedford avoids a jab and scores with a superb combination of three quick punches to the body and a great right cross.
>A left jab misses and Soto counters with a swift left kick to the leg.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Moving in closer, Bedford looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Bedford is in the pocket, ready to attack Soto.
>Bedford looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Soto.
>Soto ends up grappling for supremacy with Bedford.
>From the grapple, Bedford tries to work in some close-range strikes, but Soto is alert and smothers them quickly.
>From the grapple, Bedford tries to work in some close-range strikes, but Soto is alert and smothers them quickly.
>The time runs out on round two.
>An extremely close round, could have gone either way, but personally I'll give it to Soto 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Soto counters a one-two combination with a solid right.
>Soto counters a left jab with a kick to the ribs.
>Soto steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Bedford avoids a leg kick and scores with a quick series of punches.
>A couple of quick punches are used to set up a takedown attempt from Soto.
>Bedford sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Bedford avoids the takedown attempt.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>A leg kick misses badly, giving Bedford an opening to score with a straight left.
>Bedford looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Bedford walks into a big jab, landing right on the cheek.
>Soto throws out a couple of jabs as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>Bedford gets taken down by a single leg, and has to pull guard.
>Soto throws a few left hands to the body.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Soto attempts to pass guard and gain a better position.
>Bedford is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Soto firmly in guard.
>Bedford tries a sweep from the bottom of the guard, but doesn't budge Soto.
>Johnny Bedford is breathing very hard.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Soto.
Alex Soto def. Johnny Bedford via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).


Josh Ferguson (@fergusonbros) vs. Chris Cariaso (@chriscariasomma)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Advancing, Ferguson counters a right jab by using a stinging left jab.
>Ferguson swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Cariaso to fire back with a barrage of big left hands!
>Using good head movement, Ferguson ducks under a punch and scores with a nice left.
>Ferguson lets a jab sail wide and counter-strikes with a crisp left jab.
>They both meet with strikes, but neither does any damage.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up grappling.
>Ferguson attempts to pick Cariaso up for a slam.
>Cariaso has no answers, he gets lifted up and planted down! Ferguson ends up in guard.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Ferguson tries to pass the guard.
>After a struggle, he gets to half guard.
>Ferguson looks to get past the half guard.
>Ferguson struggles but cannot find a way past and remains stuck in half guard.
>Cariaso bursts into life and tries to scramble into a better position.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Cariaso ends up having to pull half guard, losing out in the scramble.
>Ferguson tries to lock Cariaso into an arm triangle.
>Cariaso defends himself well and is in no danger.
>Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Ferguson.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Cariaso counters a left jab by using a quick series of punches.
>Cariaso tries for a leg kick but Ferguson moves out of range.
>Ferguson steps back to avoid a flurry of punches.
>Cariaso glances a strike off the side of the shoulder.
>Time slips away as Ferguson doesn't press Cariaso, allowing him to circle.
>Cariaso counters a wayward left jab with a nice right hand.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Ferguson misses with an attempted right hook to the body.
>Cariaso presses in closer to attack.
>Ferguson slips out of the way of a body kick.
>Ferguson steps back to avoid a kick to the body.
>A weak left kick is countered by Ferguson with a left jab to the cheek.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Ferguson avoids a body kick.
>Ferguson counters an errant right jab with a barrage of big right hands!
>The time runs out on round two.
>An extremely close round, could have gone either way, but personally I'll give it to Cariaso 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Ferguson moves out of range of a flurry of punches.
>Cariaso avoids a quick jab and hits a picture-perfect left roundhouse kick to the side of the ribs.
>Ferguson avoids a flurry of punches and hits two big right hands!
>Ferguson slips past a flurry of rights and lefts and hits a solid left jab.
>Using head movement to slip past a left jab, Cariaso hits a flurry of quick punches to sting Ferguson.
>A low kick is checked by Ferguson.
>Ferguson circles away, creating some distance between them.
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Ferguson the opportunity to counter with a left jab to the cheek.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>A left hand misses, allowing Cariaso to counter with a nasty-looking kick to the inside of the left knee.
>Breathing very hard, Chris Cariaso is looking ragged.
>Cariaso slips past an attempted big right hand and counters with a kick to the inside of the left leg.
>Josh Ferguson is going to end up limping if he takes too many more of those strikes.
>A left hand misses, allowing Cariaso to counter with a nasty-looking kick to the inside of the left knee.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Ferguson avoids a low kick.
>Cariaso counters a left jab by hitting a nasty-looking kick to the inside of the left knee.
>There is no doubt that the damage has added up and Josh Ferguson has an injured leg.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>I have to give that round to Cariaso, but only a 10-9.
Chris Cariaso def. Josh Ferguson via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).


Claude Patrick (@claudetheprince) vs. Carlo Prater (@TheOneMMA)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Prater slips out of the way of a jab.
>An attempted inside leg kick misses, giving Prater the opportunity to counter with a solid left.
>Prater looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Patrick.
>Prater gets caught out and eats a stiff left jab.
>Prater slips out of the way of a leg kick.
>Prater comes in closer, looking to wrestle with Patrick.
>Prater grabs Patrick and pulls him into a grapple.
>Using his wrestling skills, Prater is trying to push Patrick up against the cage.
>Patrick doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gains a dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Clinched with Prater, Patrick looks to try and take him down.
>The takedown is successful, Prater pulls half guard.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Patrick tries to ensnare Prater in an arm triangle.
>Prater defends himself well and is in no danger.
>Using an underhook to set it up, Prater looks to scramble for position.
>Patrick ends up having to pull guard, losing out in the scramble.
>Prater punches down at Patrick, but they are easily taken on the gloves.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Prater looks to get past the guard.
>Prater isn't able to pass guard on this attempt.
>Prater gets pulled in tight, and takes a couple of short, sharp punches to the side of the face.
>Prater wants to stand up, but cannot get out of guard.
>The time runs out on round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Patrick.
Round 2:
Code:
 >An errant jab sets Patrick up to counter-strike with a barrage of hard punches!
>Both fighters come toe-to-toe and strike, but none of the strikes result in significant damage being done.
>Patrick comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Patrick.
>The takedown is completed, Prater is on his back and pulls half guard.
>Patrick looks to get past the half guard.
>Patrick struggles but cannot find a way past and remains stuck in half guard.
>Prater uses an underhook to work some separation, then quickly scrambles.
>Neither fighter manages to impose himself in the scramble, and they both end up standing.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Prater tries for a left jab but Patrick moves out of range.
>Moving forward, Patrick counters a left jab with a crisp jab.
>Prater tries for a left jab but Patrick moves out of range.
>Prater circles as he plans his next move.
>Patrick steps in to put some pressure on.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Patrick shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>Prater cannot stop the takedown, and has to pull guard.
>The clock runs down as Prater is being smothered against the ground by Patrick.
>Round two ends as time expires.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Patrick.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Prater steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Both fighters come in and throw strikes, there is no real damage done by either.
>Patrick avoids a jab.
>Patrick shoots in for a takedown.
>Prater sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Patrick doesn't get the takedown, Prater avoided it.
>Prater glances a strike off the side of the shoulder.
>Patrick steps in to put some pressure on.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Patrick comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Patrick is in the pocket, ready to attack Prater.
>Standing in the pocket, Patrick chooses to shoot in for a double leg on Prater.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Patrick.
>Prater cannot stop the takedown, and has to pull guard.
>Claude Patrick is looking really tired.
>Patrick looks to get past the guard.
>Prater is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Patrick firmly in guard.
>Prater grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Patrick from the bottom of the guard.
>Patrick doesn't let Prater get it.
>Carlo Prater is looking really tired.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Patrick starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Patrick struggles but cannot find a way past and remains stuck in guard.
>Prater attempts to lock on a triangle choke.
>Patrick blocks the triangle attempt.
>The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Patrick.
Claude Patrick def. Carlo Prater via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Jimy Hettes (@jimhettes) vs. Javier Vasquez (@javiershowtime)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Both fighters throw strikes at the same time, both miss.
>From the missed strikes they clinch.
>Vazquez tries to take Hettes down.
>He has the takedown! Hettes pulls guard.
>Vazquez smothers Hettes with his body by pushing forward and down.
>Vazquez lies on top of Hettes, basically smothering him.
>The clock runs down as Hettes is being smothered against the ground by Vazquez.
>Vazquez throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath.
>Vazquez throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.
>Hettes raises his legs and tries to get Vazquez into a triangle choke.
>In a show of great skill, Vazquez spins out of the triangle attempt and gains side control.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Vazquez attempts to roll Hettes slightly and take his back.
>He shows excellent control to move Hettes over and take his back.
>Hettes is in huge trouble now, as Vazquez successfully gets both hooks in.
>Vazquez attempts to complete a rear naked choke, having both hooks fully in.
>Hettes defends himself well against the choke.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Vazquez, with both hooks in, attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.
>Vazquez gets the rear naked choke fully applied and Hettes has to tap out!
>Javier Vazquez takes the victory by way of submission!
Javier Vazquez def. Jimy Hettes via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) - Round 1, 4:57.


Matt Mitrione (@mattmitrione) vs. Phillip De Fries (@phildefriesmma)

Round 1:
Code:
 >De Fries avoids a left kick to the body and hits a clean left.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing De Fries to fire back with a solid left jab.
>De Fries throws a combination of rights and lefts, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Mitrione tries to time a counter left hand, but can't get it.
>The takedown is successful, Mitrione couldn't quite stay on his feet.
>The takedown leaves Mitrione seated with his back pressed against the cage.
>De Fries fires away with right hands, but Mitrione controls his opponent's posture well and doesn't take any undue damage.
>Using the cage for support, Mitrione manages to stand up, bringing De Fries up too.
>De Fries tries to take Mitrione down.
>De Fries gets the takedown! Mitrione pulls guard.
>The clock runs down as Mitrione is being smothered against the ground by De Fries.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>De Fries begins trying to pass the guard.
>He passes guard fairly easily, getting to side control.
>De Fries looks to roll Mitrione slightly and slip behind.
>De Fries takes the back, Mitrione couldn't stop it.
>Mitrione is in increasing trouble, as De Fries gets both hooks in.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>De Fries, with both hooks in, attempts to get a rear naked choke fully applied.
>Mitrione gets flattened out with the rear naked choke, he has to tap!
>The winner, by submission; Philip De Fries!
Philip De Fries def. Matt Mitrione via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) - Round 1, 4:37.


Ryan Jimmo (@RyanJimmo) vs. Ricardo Arona (@Aronamma)

Round 1:
Code:
 >They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>Jimmo lets a jab sail wide and counter-strikes with a crisp left hook to the body.
>Jimmo throws a flurry of punches but Arona covers up well.
>Using head movement, Jimmo slips past a left jab and counters with a solid punch.
>Arona dodges a jab, and fires back with a crisp left.
>A left jab misses, giving Jimmo the chance to hit back with a series of big right hands, putting Arona down on the ground!
>Arona, stunned, is mounted!
>Jimmo fires away with big punches, but Arona covers up and doesn't take any undue damage.
>Arona tries to move Jimmo out of mount but can't.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Jimmo pounds away from the mount, but Arona covers up and defends them well.
>Arona tries a sweep from the bottom of the mount, but doesn't budge Jimmo.
>Jimmo pounds away from the mount, but Arona covers up and defends them well.
>Arona tries to move Jimmo out of mount but can't.
>Jimmo tries to ensnare Arona in an armbar.
>Arona rolls with it, using the armbar attempt as a way of getting on top in side control.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Arona fires off a few punches as he catches his breath.
>Arona blocks Jimmo as he tries to get enough separation to scramble up.
>Arona attempts to roll Jimmo slightly and take his back.
>He shows excellent control to move Jimmo over and take his back.
>The time runs out on round one.
>I think Jimmo took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Arona suddenly dives at the feet of Jimmo, trying to grab a leg!
>Jimmo avoids the dive, keeping his legs out of range.
>Arona darts in, feints a jab, darts back out.
>Both fighters go to exchange blows, but neither hits a telling strike.
>In close proximity from the strikes they threw, they fall into a messy clinch.
>Arona tries to take Jimmo down.
>The takedown is completed, Jimmo is on his back and pulls guard.
>Time slips away as Arona successfully keeps Jimmo stuck against the ground.
>Arona is trying to pass guard.
>Advancing his position fairly easily, he passes to side control.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Arona attempts to grab a leg and kneebar Jimmo.
>Jimmo stops Arona from hooking a leg.
>Using an underhook to set it up, Jimmo looks to scramble for position.
>Jimmo ends up in guard.
>Jimmo tries to get out of guard and stand up, but Arona doesn't allow it.
>Arona attempts an omoplata on Jimmo from the bottom of the guard.
>Jimmo doesn't allow the omoplata to be completed, but does have to let Arona get behind him.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Arona rolls Jimmo out of turtle position and into side control.
>Arona attempts to move to mount.
>Jimmo doesn't let Arona get the mount, and so he remains at side control.
>Ricardo Arona looks very tired out there.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>I think Arona took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Arona steps back to avoid a barrage of big punches.
>Jimmo feints left and then throws a vicious right uppercut, narrowly missing Arona.
>Jimmo avoids a quick jab and hits a clever combination ending in a big right hook.
>Arona, who looks drained, throws a couple of slow jabs as cover so that he can go for a takedown.
>Arona gets caught with a right hook though, and he is momentarily wobbly!
>Both fighters advance and strike, but neither hits anything.
>Jimmo comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Arona tries to catch him by surprise with a takedown attempt, but it is blocked.
>Ryan Jimmo looks very tired out there.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Jimmo tries for a right body kick but Arona moves out of range.
>Arona chooses to move forward and try to take Jimmo down.
>A counter right cross is too slow to catch Arona.
>Arona drives forward, and despite the best efforts of Jimmo to stay upright, the takedown is completed!
>The takedown leaves Jimmo seated with his back pressed against the cage.
>Arona starts trying to get Jimmo on his back so that he can gain a better position.
>Arona shifts his position brilliantly to get mount!
>Ricardo Arona looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>It may be that the amount of weight he cut for this fight has drained some of his energy.
>Arona fires away with big elbows, but Jimmo covers up and doesn't take any undue damage.
>Arona maintains control, despite Jimmo trying to wriggle free.
>Ryan Jimmo looks very, very tired.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Arona attempts an armbar.
>Arona gets the armbar fully applied, but too late - the round ends!
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Arona.
Ricardo Arona def. Ryan Jimmo via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).


George Roop (@GeorgeRoop) vs. Manny Gamburyan (@MannyGamburyan)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Suddenly, Gamburyan dives forward and tries to grab a leg!
>Gamburyan gets hold of a leg, but Roop pounds on him with punches and is eventually able to pull free.
>As a result of that, Gamburyan is left turtled up at the feet of Roop.
>Roop looks to unload with some big right hands, but Gamburyan gets back to his feet before too many land.
>Roop counters a wayward left jab with a stinging left jab.
>Gamburyan sees a right body kick coming, grabs it, tries to execute a judo-style trip, but Roop is able to block it.
>Roop looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Gamburyan.
>Gamburyan seems happy to engage with Roop in the pocket.
>Roop backs away from Gamburyan, creating some space between them.
>Roop scores cleanly with three big right hands in quick succession.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Using head movement to slip past a left jab, Roop hits a series of quick, sharp punches.
>They come together and throw strikes, both miss.
>An exchange of blows doesn't really produce any damage or a clear advantage.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up grappling.
>Gamburyan looks to take Roop down by setting up a judo throw.
>Roop is taken down by a quick inside leg trip, he can do nothing but pull guard!
>Gamburyan tries to control Roop against the ground, but finds it a struggle.
>Roop tries to ensnare Gamburyan in a triangle.
>The triangle is deeply applied, Gamburyan has to tap before he is put to sleep!
>George Roop takes the win by submission!
George Roop def. Manny Gamburyan via Submission (Triangle) - Round 1, 4:29.


Rick Story (@Rick_Story) vs. Mike Pierce (@MikePierce170)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Pierce avoids a barrage of big left hands.
>Story avoids a flurry of rights and lefts.
>Story throws out a couple of jabs as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>The takedown is blocked, and the sprawl allows Pierce to wrestle Story down to the ground instead! Story pulls guard.
>Pierce lies on top of Story, basically smothering him.
>Pierce is trying to pass guard.
>Story is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Pierce firmly in guard.
>Story grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Pierce from the bottom of the guard.
>Pierce blocks the attempt.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Pierce lies on top of Story, basically smothering him.
>Pierce begins trying to pass guard and get a better position.
>He can't quite manage to get past guard on this attempt.
>Pierce leans back to avoid a couple of wild swings from Story.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Pierce is trying to pass guard.
>Pierce gets past, but Story stops him at half guard.
>Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Pierce.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Pierce counters a wayward right jab with a stinging left jab.
>Moving forward, Pierce counters a series of wayward big punches with a nice jab.
>There's a takedown attempt from Story.
>The takedown doesn't work, Pierce stuffed it.
>A flurry of punches fail to land, giving Story the opportunity to counter with a jab.
>Story looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Pierce.
>Pierce seems happy to engage with Story in the pocket.
>Story shoots in, looking for a close range double leg.
>Story can't complete the takedown, and has to settle for pushing Pierce up against the cage.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Story looks for a foot stomp but Pierce takes the opportunity to turn them around so that he is in the dominant position.
>Pierce looks for a foot stomp, but Story is fighting too hard and it makes it impossible to balance properly to deliver the strike.
>Pierce looks to try and maintain control via his wrestling skills, but Story fights it every inch of the way.
>Story wrestles back against Pierce, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Story smothers Pierce up against the cage while using the occasional short sharp punch to the body, keeping him stuck there for thirty seconds.
>The referee thinks there has been too little progress, and brings the two fighters back to the center.
>The time runs out on round two.
>That was a close round, but I'm giving it to Pierce, 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Advancing, Story counters a left jab by using a couple of hard lefts!
>Pierce might be in real trouble here, he is backing off but looks really unsteady on his feet!
>Story fires off a barrage of big left hands, knocking Pierce down!
>Story senses victory and starts to unload with punches!
>Story pounds away with punches and Pierce is having trouble doing anything about it!
>The referee jumps in and saves Pierce from taking any more shots!
>The winner, by TKO; Rick Story!
Rick Story def. Mike Pierce via TKO (Strikes) - Round 3, 0:53.


Rousimar Palhares (@ToquinhoMMA) vs. Demian Maia (@demianmaia)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Palhares tries for a left jab but Maia moves out of range.
>A leg kick misses badly, giving Maia an opening to score with a flurry of quick punches.
>Maia shoots in, looking for a takedown.
>He has the takedown! It's a single leg, and Palhares has to pull guard.
>Maia tries to control Palhares against the ground, but finds it a struggle.
>Palhares pulls Maia close and scores with a couple of short punches to the side of his head.
>Maia tries to control Palhares against the ground, but finds it a struggle.
>Palhares grabs hold of an arm and attempts a triangle choke on Maia from the bottom of the guard.
>Maia blocks the attempt.
>Maia is trying to pass guard.
>Maia struggles but cannot find a way past and remains stuck in guard.
>Palhares tries to ensnare Maia in a guillotine.
>Maia blocks it.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Maia starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Palhares is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Maia firmly in guard.
>Palhares smothers Maia with close control, stopping him from posturing up.
>The referee decides that there is a lack of progress being made and stands them back up.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Maia drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Palhares in with a feint.
>Maia shoots in for a takedown.
>Palhares attempts to avoid Maia as he shoots in.
>He has the takedown! Palhares pulls guard.
>Maia begins trying to pass the guard.
>Palhares keeps his guard secure.
>Round one is brought to an end as time runs out.
>You can hear some boos from the audience, they weren't impressed with that round at all.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Maia.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Palhares feints rushing in for a takedown, but withdraws.
>Moving in closer, Palhares looks like he may want to wrestle Maia.
>Palhares is surprised by a countering right jab that springs out of nowhere, but he avoids it at the last second.
>A right hand misses, allowing Palhares to counter with a left.
>Moving in closer, Palhares looks like he may want to wrestle Maia.
>He pulls Maia into a grapple.
>Palhares is looking to muscle Maia back against the cage.
>Palhares does it, Maia is stuck with his back to the cage.
>Showing his ability to exert control, Palhares smothers Maia up against the cage for about thirty seconds, wearing him down with occasional sharp punches to the ribs.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Palhares tries to take Maia down.
>Palhares gets the takedown! Maia pulls half guard.
>Palhares throws a few right hands, but is mainly trying to catch his breath.
>Maia attempts a guillotine choke from the bottom of half guard.
>Maia gets a guillotine but cannot get Palhares to tap out!
>It looks like the choke is not perfectly applied, and that is allowing Palhares to breathe.
>Maia finally gives it up and lets go, but may have gassed his arms in the submission attempt.
>Palhares wants to stand up, but cannot get out of guard.
>Maia reaches up and tries to lock Palhares in a guillotine.
>The choke is applied, Palhares has no option but to tap out!
>Demian Maia takes the victory by way of submission!
Demian Maia def. Rousimar Palhares via Submission (Guillotine) - Round 2, 4:33.


Jon Fitch (@jonfitchdotnet) vs. Nick Diaz (@nickdiaz209)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Advancing, Fitch counters a right jab by using a solid left jab.
>Diaz throws a right jab but Fitch avoids it.
>A wayward low right kick allows Diaz to hit a crisp right hand punch.
>Fitch steps in, feints a kick, then darts back out.
>Fitch looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Diaz.
>Fitch is now standing in the pocket.
>Diaz slips past a jab and scores with a flurry of quick punches to sting Fitch.
>An exchange of blows doesn't really produce any damage or a clear advantage.
>Fitch throws a right jab but Diaz uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Fitch backs away to create some more space.
>Diaz swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches, having fallen for a feint.
>Fitch looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Keen to keep space between them, Diaz backs away.
>Moving in closer, Diaz looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Diaz cannot get close enough to the elusive Fitch.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Diaz avoids a jab.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Diaz.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Diaz avoids a jab.
>Both fighters advance and strike, but neither hits anything.
>Diaz throws a combination of rights and lefts, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Fitch tries to avoid Diaz.
>Diaz can't get the takedown, Fitch was too quick to back away.
>Diaz looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Keen to keep space between them, Fitch backs away.
>Moving in closer, Fitch looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>Fitch is in the pocket, ready to attack Diaz.
>Diaz uses head movement to cause a right jab to sail harmlessly by.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Diaz comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>Diaz can't take Fitch off his feet, so settles for pushing him up against the cage instead.
>Diaz pins Fitch up against the cage and stomps down hard on his foot.
>Diaz smothers Fitch against the cage, then uses his dirty boxing skills to his advantage.
>With Fitch stuck against the cage, Diaz tries to complete a takedown.
>Diaz tries hard but cannot get Fitch off of his feet.
>Fitch tries to get free of the clinch, but is stuck.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Diaz attempts to wrestle Fitch to the ground.
>Fitch will not go down, he blocks the takedown despite the best efforts of Diaz.
>A whizzer almost allows Fitch to create enough space to get free, but Diaz shuts that opportunity down.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>Hopefully the next round will produce a little more in the way of action.
>I have to give that round to Diaz, but only a 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >An errant jab sets Diaz up to counter-strike with a jab.
>Both throw strikes at each other, both easily defend the other's attempt.
>Fitch drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Diaz in with a feint.
>Fitch looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Fitch walks into a big jab, landing right on the cheek.
>Diaz chooses to shoot in on Fitch.
>Fitch sees the takedown coming and tries to move.
>Fitch avoids the takedown attempt.
>Diaz doesn't get drawn in as Fitch feints a kick.
>Fitch feints left, then right.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Fitch throws a left jab but Diaz avoids it.
>Fitch throws a barrage of big right hands after using a feint to trick Diaz into committing to a strike, but he moves out of range just in time.
>Fitch is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Keen to maintain some distance, Diaz uses strikes to keep Fitch away.
>Diaz doesn't get drawn in as Fitch feints a kick.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>A jab misses and Diaz counters with a superb combination of right hook to the body and a big left cross.
>Fitch comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Fitch can't close the distance, Diaz keeps him away with strikes.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Diaz.
Nick Diaz def. Jon Fitch via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Junior dos Santos (@junior_cigano) vs. Alistair Overeem (@Alistairovereem)

Round 1:
Code:
 >A tight combination narrowly misses Overeem and allow him to counter-strike with a hard right kick to the legs.
>dos Santos steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Moving in closer, Overeem looks like he may want to wrestle dos Santos.
>He pulls dos Santos into a grapple.
>Overeem tries to get dos Santos into a Muay Thai clinch.
>He gets it, and now has dos Santos in trouble.
>From the Muay Thai clinch, dos Santos eats a big elbow.
>Overeem loses the Muay Thai clinch after a knee strike misses and gives dos Santos the opportunity to wrestle free.
>There's a takedown attempt from dos Santos.
>Overeem tries to step away from the takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Overeem saw it coming and got out of range.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Moving in closer, Overeem looks like he may want to try and clinch with dos Santos.
>dos Santos is pulled into a Muay Thai clinch.
>Using the clinch, Overeem hits a vicious knee to the face! dos Santos crumples to the ground, out cold!
>Alistair Overeem takes the victory by way of Knock Out!
Alistair Overeem def. Junior dos Santos via KO (Knee) - Round 1, 3:26.


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KO of the Night: Alistair Overeem
Submission of the Night: Demian Maia
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UFC 147: Silva vs. Sonnen II
June 16, 2012
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Morumbi Stadium

Main Card (PPV)

Anderson Silva ( C ) (31-4) vs. Chael Sonnen (27-11-1) 2, for middleweight title
Jose Aldo ( C ) (21-1) vs. Hatsu Hioki (26-4-2), for featherweight title
Vitor Belfort (21-9) vs. Wanderlei Silva (34-11-1-1 NC) 2
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (37-7-1-1 NC) vs. Roy Nelson (16-7)
Edson Barboza (10-0) vs. Melvin Guillard (29-10-2-1 NC)
Mauricio Rua (20-6) vs. Brandon Vera (12-5-1 NC)
Erick Silva (13-2-1 NC) vs. Dan Hardy (23-10)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Thiago Tavares (17-4-1) vs. Kamal Shalorus (7-2-2)
Diego Brandao (14-7) vs. Max Holloway (4-1)
Antonio Silva (16-3) vs. Stipe Miocic (7-1)
Caio Magalhaes (5-0) vs. James Te Huna (13-6)
Ednaldo Oliveira (12-1-1 NC) vs. Jon Olav Einemo (6-3)
Antonio Braga Neto (7-1-1 NC) vs. Chris Camozzi (16-5)
Carlos Eduardo Rocha (9-1) vs. Mark Scanlon (7-2)
Cristiano Marcello (12-3) vs. Ramsey Nijem (5-2)
Alexandre Pantoja (9-0) vs. Isao Hirose (9-4-3)
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Main Card (PPV)

Anderson Silva ( C ) (31-4) vs. Chael Sonnen (27-11-1) 2, for middleweight title
Jose Aldo ( C ) (21-1) vs. Hatsu Hioki (26-4-2), for featherweight title
Vitor Belfort (21-9) vs. Wanderlei Silva (34-11-1-1 NC) 2
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (37-7-1-1 NC) vs. Roy Nelson (16-7)
Edson Barboza (10-0) vs. Melvin Guillard (29-10-2-1 NC)
Mauricio Rua (20-6) vs. Brandon Vera (12-5-1 NC)
Erick Silva (13-2-1 NC) vs. Dan Hardy (23-10)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Thiago Tavares (17-4-1) vs. Kamal Shalorus (7-2-2)
Diego Brandao (14-7) vs. Max Holloway (4-1)
Antonio Silva (16-3) vs. Stipe Miocic (7-1)
Caio Magalhaes (5-0) vs. James Te Huna (13-6)
Ednaldo Oliveira (12-1-1 NC) vs. Jon Olav Einemo (6-3)
Antonio Braga Neto (7-1-1 NC) vs. Chris Camozzi (16-5)
Carlos Eduardo Rocha (9-1) vs. Mark Scanlon (7-2)
Cristiano Marcello (12-3) vs. Ramsey Nijem (5-2)
Alexandre Pantoja (9-0) vs. Isao Hirose (9-4-3)
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Matches to make following UFC 146
by Eric Stockton.

With UFC 146: dos Santos vs. Overeem done, it’s time to look at matches to make after the event.

George Roop vs. Eric Wisely- Eric Wisely is a rising prospect with an evolving game, however he could use a small step up in competition and that could come against George Roop who is a good all-around fighter, however he has a lot of holes and will not be getting a title shot soon, so a fight with a young prospect could help the UFC how well this prospect is.

Rousimar Palhares vs. Jason MacDonald- Palhares is one of the best BJJ fighters in the UFC, however he lost to Maia, in a fight that showed who was the better BJJ fighter. That fight could show that Palhares is not good with high-level BJJ guys, so a fight with MacDonald could help prove that or not.

Demian Maia vs. Loser of Silva/Sonnen- Maia has fought both of these guys before, beating Sonnen but losing horribly to Silva. So a fight between the loser of Silva and Sonnen could see who deserves to get a chance at another title shot and who doesn’t.

Jon Fitch vs. Martin Kampmann- Kampmann has been stuck at a spot in the welterweight division for a while now, doing enough to get a victory in some minds, yet loses or wins the fight. A fight with him and Fitch, who lost tonight could help bring one of these fighters back on track.

Nick Diaz vs. Josh Koscheck- Diaz was able to beat Fitch after his lost to Condit and should be given a fight with another top welterweight in Koscheck, and if these two were to fight we would have a war on our hands, inside and out of the octagon.

Junior dos Santos vs. Daniel Cormier- JDS lost to Overeem, Cormier lost to Barnett, why not have these two fighters meet.

Alistair Overeem vs. Josh Barnett- Winning the Strikeforce heavyweight grand prix, gave Barnett a title shot against the winner of Overeem and JDS, with the winner being Overeem, so these two will be fighting next, unless there is an injury.
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