Grey Dog Software

Go Back   Grey Dog Software > World of Mixed Martial Arts 3 > World of Mixed Martial Arts 3 Dynasties
Register FAQ Members List Calendar Mark Forums Read

Reply
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #31  
Unread 03-05-2012, 01:42 PM
Ippon's Avatar
Ippon Ippon is offline
New Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2012
Posts: 12
Default

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Alexander Gustafsson (13-1) vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (20-5)
Cyrille Diabate (17-8-1) vs. Jorgen Kruth (5-0)
Alessio Sakara (15-8-1) vs. Brian Stann (11-4)
Siyar Bahadurzada (20-4-1) vs. Paulo Thiago (14-3)
Diego Nunes (17-2) vs. Dennis Siver (19-8)

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Simeon Thoresen (16-2-1) vs. Besam Yousef (6-0)
Damacio Page (15-6) vs. Brad Pickett (20-6)
Akira Corassani (9-3-1) vs. Jason Young (8-5)
Papy Abedi (8-1) vs. James Head (7-2)
Francis Carmont (17-7) vs. Magnus Cedenblad (9-3)
DaMarques Johnson (13-9) vs. John Maguire (16-3)
Reply With Quote
  #32  
Unread 03-06-2012, 02:15 AM
#HEEL's Avatar
#HEEL #HEEL is offline
Low Minors
 
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Melbourne
Posts: 233
Default

UFC on FUEL TV 2: Nogueira vs. Gustafsson
April 14, 2012
Stockholm, Sweden
Ericsson Globe Arena

Main Card (Fuel TV)

Alexander Gustafsson (13-1) vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (20-5)
Cyrille Diabate (17-8-1) vs. Jorgen Kruth (5-0)
Alessio Sakara (15-8-1) vs. Brian Stann (11-4)
Siyar Bahadurzada (20-4-1) vs. Paulo Thiago (14-3)
Diego Nunes (17-2) vs. Dennis Siver (19-8)

Preliminary Card (Facebook)

Simeon Thoresen (16-2-1) vs. Besam Yousef (6-0)
Damacio Page (15-6) vs. Brad Pickett (20-6)
Akira Corassani (9-3-1) vs. Jason Young (8-5)
Papy Abedi (8-1) vs. James Head (7-2)
Francis Carmont (17-7) vs. Magnus Cedenblad (9-3)
DaMarques Johnson (13-9) vs. John Maguire (16-3)
Reply With Quote
  #33  
Unread 03-07-2012, 06:36 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default

If you guys could please provide me feedback, it would help me improve on this.

Thanks.
Reply With Quote
  #34  
Unread 03-07-2012, 06:56 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



Matches to make following UFC on FX 2.
by Chris Estrada.

With UFC on FX 2: Alves vs. Kampmann done, it’s time to look at matches to make after the event.

Thiago Alves vs. Diego Sanchez- Should Sanchez decide to stay in the welterweight division, a good fight for him, and the fans, is against Thiago Alves. Since fighting GSP, Alves has been unable to do much in the UFC, however he could try and prove all the haters with a victory over Sanchez and help him get back into the title picture for the UFC welterweight division.

Martin Kampmann vs. Brian Ebersole- Martin Kampmann has been a little disappointing in his last few fights, so a fight with rising star, Brian Ebersole, may help him get back on track or may help Ebersole reach the next level in the UFC.

Joseph Benavidez vs. Demetrious Johnson- Both Benavidez and Johnson won their flyweight tournament fight, so it would be a no brainier to put this fight together & both fighters would bring fireworks, making this fight a top contender for fight of the year, even though it has yet to happen.

Ian McCall vs. Yasuhiro Urushitani- The losers of the flyweight tournament semi-finals should face off, as it is the best option, and the one that makes the best opportunity for these two high-level fighters.

Court McGee vs. Aaron Simpson- McGee is slowly climbing up the middleweight ladder and a fight with Aaron Simpson is the best fight for both fighters, standings and style wise, as they both have a strong wrestling style with a

Constantinos Philippou vs. Buddy Roberts- A bout between Buddy Roberts and Constantinos Philippou would be a good match up for both fighters and the fans, as both of them love to strike and are currently on their way out of the promotion, should they lose their next fight. This fight would help Dana White do his job easier as he will just have to fire the loser.

Aaron Rosa vs. Loser of Antonio Rogerio Nogueira/Alexander Gustafsson- Aaron Rosa is making short strides up the Light Heavyweight ladder, and could get bumped up into the contender status if he were to beat the loser of the Lil’ Nog and Gustafsson fight.

James Te Huna vs. Tom Blackledge- James Te Huna is 2-2 in the UFC and Blackedge is 0-1, so a fight between these two could choose who stays in the UFC and who is given the pink slip.
Reply With Quote
  #35  
Unread 03-08-2012, 02:48 AM
#HEEL's Avatar
#HEEL #HEEL is offline
Low Minors
 
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Melbourne
Posts: 233
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by damonster View Post
If you guys could please provide me feedback, it would help me improve on this.

Thanks.
Like I said after UFC 144 event I like the set up and the use of twitter handles, the sherdog news is good too with the newsbits being a good length. As for improvements maybe a hype story of some fighters that have hot streaks in game or a champions bio.
Reply With Quote
  #36  
Unread 03-08-2012, 02:58 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



UFC announces UFC 144 releases.
by Gary Goblin.

Yesterday at the UFC on FX 2 post-fight press conference, Dana White announced that the UFC has fired Steve Cantwell and Tie Quan Zhang, however are giving Vaughan Lee one more chance.
Reply With Quote
  #37  
Unread 03-11-2012, 05:38 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



Barnett vs. Cormier set.
by Tim Cianciarulo.

Yesterday Scott Coker, announced that Josh Barnett and Daniel Cormier are set to face each other for the Strikeforce Heavyweight Championship, and will be the last ever Heavyweight belt in Strikeforce, with everyone in the division by shipped to the UFC.

“I’m really happed to be going to the UFC,” said Mike Kyle, one of the man who will be moving to the UFC. “Not only will I be able to show of my skills I will be able to reach my goal and gain exposure.”

When asked about fighters who are currently signed with Strikeforce for their heavyweight division, that Dana White said won’t be back in the UFC, example Kimbo Slice, Dana has this to say. “We will see what happens, me and Coker will be talking to each fighter and see if they are willing to move to the strikeforce light heavyweight division. If they want to they will,” said White.
Reply With Quote
  #38  
Unread 03-16-2012, 04:05 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



UFC on FUEL TV 2: Nogueira vs. Gustafsson live play-by-play and results.
by Joel Sundqvist.

DaMarques Johnson (@DaMarques_UFC) vs. John Maguire (@MaguireTheOne)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Maguire counters a wayward low right kick with a clean jab.
>Maguire counters a one-two combination with a straight right.
>Johnson comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Maguire tries to avoid the takedown.
>Johnson doesn't get the takedown, Maguire avoided it.
>Maguire moves in closer but takes a crisp jab to the face.
>Johnson looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Maguire uses movement to keep out reach, frustrating Johnson.
>Johnson looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Maguire.
>Johnson cannot get close enough to the elusive Maguire.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>An errant jab sets Johnson up to counter-strike with a jab.
>Johnson goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Maguire to cover up, then shoots in.
>The takedown doesn't work, Maguire stuffed it.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Maguire circles, looking for an opening.
>Johnson steps in to put some pressure on.
>Johnson looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Maguire.
>Johnson is now standing in the pocket.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That was a close round, but I'm giving it to Johnson, 10-9.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Maguire steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>Maguire avoids a jab.
>Maguire tries for a right jab but Johnson moves out of range.
>Johnson throws a barrage of big right hands but Maguire moves out of range.
>Maguire looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Johnson.
>Maguire grabs Johnson and pulls him into a grapple.
>Maguire is trying to push Johnson so that his back is up against the cage.
>Johnson doesn't let himself be driven back though, and gains a dominant position in the grapple instead.
>Maguire uses his wrestling to smother Johnson and stop him from using any dirty boxing.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Johnson tries to wrestle Maguire backward and up against the cage.
>He does so, and now has Maguire pinned to the cage.
>DaMarques Johnson doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.
>Johnson launches an elbow strike but Maguire is ready and uses some wrestling to turn around so that Johnson is the one against the cage.
>Maguire attempts to wrestle Johnson to the ground.
>Maguire has the takedown, using the fact that Johnson was pressed against the cage to his advantage.
>Johnson is left seated, with his back to the cage, with Maguire holding him down.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Time slips away as Maguire successfully keeps Johnson stuck against the cage wall.
>Time slips away as Maguire successfully keeps Johnson stuck against the cage wall.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Maguire.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Maguire steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Both fighters throw strikes at the same time, both miss.
>Johnson sees a leg kick coming but strikes first with a barrage of big right hands, forcing Maguire back!
>Showing good head movement, Maguire weaves out of the way of a wild left hand.
>Maguire ducks under a huge right cross and counter-strikes with a kick to the outside of the knee.
>DaMarques Johnson looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>Working from in the pocket, Maguire catches Johnson with a solid right jab.
>From the pocket Maguire fires off a barrage of big punches to the head and body, knocking Johnson down!
>Johnson recovers his wits quickly though.
>Johnson is hit with a sharp kick to the calf.
>Maguire tries to secure a ground position.
>Maguire is quick, Johnson can't stop him getting side control.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Maguire attempts to americana Johnson from side control.
>Johnson doesn't allow the americana to be applied.
>Maguire blocks an attempted sweep.
>Maguire tries to ensnare Johnson in an arm triangle.
>The arm triangle is locked in, tight enough that Johnson has to tap out!
>John Maguire takes the victory by way of submission!
John Maguire def. DaMarques Johnson via Submission (Arm Triangle) - Round 3, 4:08.


Francis Carmont (@franciscarmont) vs. Magnus Cedenblad (@MagnusCedenblad )

Round 1:
Code:
 >Carmont throws a feint.
>Moving forward, Cedenblad counters a left jab with a flurry of jabs and straight punches.
>Cedenblad counters a left jab with a crisp jab.
>Carmont tries for a left jab but Cedenblad moves out of range.
>Carmont counters an errant left jab with a clean jab.
>Cedenblad slips past a left jab and fires back with a flurry of jabs and straight punches.
>Carmont looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>To counter, Cedenblad fires off a left but only finds the gloves.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Cedenblad counters a left jab by using a series of quick lefts.
>Carmont looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Cedenblad.
>Keen to maintain some distance, Cedenblad uses strikes to keep Carmont away.
>Moving forward, Cedenblad counters a left jab with a crisp jab.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Carmont comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Strikes from Cedenblad keep Carmont from stepping in too close.
>Carmont moves out of range of a flurry of punches.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Cedenblad.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Cedenblad counters a left jab with a series of quick jabs.
>Advancing, Cedenblad counters a left jab by using a flurry of small strikes.
>A left jab misses and Cedenblad counters with a series of quick lefts.
>Carmont slips past a left jab and fires back with a crisp jab.
>Carmont waits for a flurry of punches to stop, then hits a barrage of huge rights, knocking Cedenblad down!
>Carmont knows that this is a golden opportunity, and quickly pounces on Cedenblad, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!
>Carmont unloads with massive punches, Cedenblad is getting destroyed!
>The referee jumps in and saves Cedenblad from taking any more shots!
>Francis 'Limitless' Carmont takes the win by TKO!
Francis Carmont def. Magnus Cedenblad via TKO (Strikes) - Round 2, 2:29.


Papy Abedi (@TeamMakambo) vs. James Head (@thejameshead)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Abedi counters an attempted body kick by scoring with a solid left.
>Abedi looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Head.
>Head tries to single leg Abedi as he moves forward, but he is too quick to step away.
>Moving in closer, Abedi looks like he may want to wrestle Head.
>They start grappling, Head looks happy to engage Abedi at close quarters.
>Abedi tries to wrestle Head backward and up against the cage.
>Abedi achieves it, pinning Head to the cage.
>Abedi uses dirty boxing to punish Head while he is pressed up against the cage.
>Head struggles back against Abedi, not allowing him to control the grappling.
>Head sees the opportunity for a standing guillotine, but Abedi saw it coming and swiftly blocked it.
>Head wrestles back against Abedi, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Head looks for a foot stomp but Abedi takes the opportunity to turn them around so that he is in the dominant position.
>Abedi looks to try and maintain control via his wrestling skills, but Head proves too good and manages to turn them around so that he is in the dominant position.
>Head looks for a trip takedown.
>Abedi stops the takedown attempt, then uses his wrestling to take control of the grapple and put Head against the cage.
>Head wrestles back against Abedi, turning him around so that he now has his back to the cage.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Head tries a foot stomp, but that puts him off balance and allows Abedi to turn him so that he ends up backed against the cage.
>Head is trapped against the cage and Abedi hits him with a short left uppercut.
>Abedi pins Head up against the cage and stomps down hard on his foot.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That round goes to Abedi, 10-9 on my card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Abedi counters a left jab with a jab.
>Head chooses to shoot in on Abedi.
>Abedi tries to step away from the takedown.
>Head can't get the takedown, Abedi was too quick to back away.
>Abedi looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Head.
>Head drops down to try and catch him by surprise with a single leg attempt, but it is blocked.
>Head is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Abedi now has Head standing in the pocket.
>Head comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>Abedi stuffs the takedown attempt and then pulls Head into a clinch.
>Breathing very hard, Papy Abedi is looking ragged.
>Breathing very hard, James Head is looking ragged.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Abedi is looking to muscle Head back against the cage.
>Head ends up backed against the cage.
>Abedi looks for an elbow strike, but Head out-wrestles him and switches them around so that he is in the dominant position.
>With Abedi stuck against the cage, Head tries to complete a takedown.
>Head can't get the takedown, as Abedi wrestles his way into a dominant position.
>Abedi looks to take Head down by setting up a judo throw.
>A great inside leg trip sees Head get thrown to the mat, and Abedi is left in guard.
>Papy Abedi seems to be fighting against exhaustion.
>James Head seems to be fighting against exhaustion.
>Abedi throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move.
>Head pulls Abedi down in close and hits him with several short punches to the side of the head.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Abedi fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Abedi fires off a few punches, but they aren't thrown with any great force.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I have to give that round to Abedi, but only a 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Abedi slips out of the way of a body kick.
>Head slips past a left jab and fires back with a massive right hand, knocking Abedi down to the ground!
>Head senses victory and starts to unload with punches!
>Head pounds away on Abedi, landing several great shots that rock Abedi!
>The referee pulls Head away, stopping the match!
>That has to be called a controversial finish as Abedi may have been in trouble but he was still clearly active and trying to defend himself!
>By TKO, the winner is James Head!
James Head def. Papy Abedi via TKO (Strikes) - Round 3, 1:01.


Akira Corassani (@AkiraCorassani) vs. Jason Young (@shotgun_young)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Corassani counters an attempted body kick with a jab.
>Corassani is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Young.
>Strikes from Young keep Corassani from stepping in too close, and he is forced to step back.
>Young looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>He gets into range.
>Young throws a left jab but Corassani uses good head movement to make sure it slips by.
>Young shows good head movement to avoid getting caught with a jab.
>Corassani is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Young.
>Corassani can't get near enough to engage, Young uses strikes to keep him out of range.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Corassani drops a shoulder, trying to sucker Young in with a feint.
>Young looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Corassani.
>Young and Corassani get closer, both looking eager to engage at close range.
>Moving in closer, Corassani looks like he may want to wrestle Young.
>Not wanting to grapple, Young uses strikes to keep Corassani at a distance.
>Corassani is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Young.
>Strikes from Young keep Corassani from stepping in too close, and he is forced to step back.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Young looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Corassani.
>To counter, Corassani fires off a strike which doesn't miss by much.
>Corassani chooses to shoot in on Young.
>Young is too quick, and manages to hit Corassani with a good clean left jab.
>Corassani avoids a body kick.
>Round one ends as time expires.
>That round goes to Young, 10-9 on my card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Corassani feints an attack, keeping Young on his toes.
>Corassani slips past a left jab and fires back with a jab.
>There's a takedown attempt from Young.
>Corassani is too quick, and manages to hit Young with a good clean left jab.
>Corassani looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Young ends up grappling for supremacy with Corassani.
>Using his wrestling skills, Corassani is trying to push Young up against the cage.
>Corassani can't do it though, and ends up being out-wrestled in the grapple.
>Young looks to get some strikes in, but Corassani seizes the moment and wrestles his way into control of the grapple.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Corassani is trying to muscle Young up against the cage.
>Young out-wrestles him though.
>The grappling doesn't go anywhere, and they break apart.
>Corassani looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>A counter left catches Corassani above the eye.
>Young looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Corassani.
>Corassani uses his strikes to stop Young from getting too close.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Corassani avoids a quick jab and hits a left.
>A big right hand doesn't find its intended target, allowing Young to fire back with a crisp left hand punch.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round two.
>That round goes to Corassani, 10-9 on my card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Corassani avoids a jab.
>Corassani chooses to shoot in on Young.
>Young tries to counter with a right hand, but is too slow.
>Young cannot stop the takedown, and only catches Corassani in half guard.
>Corassani unloads with some big elbows, but Young deals with them comfortably.
>Young bursts into life and tries to scramble into a better position.
>He isn't fast enough, and has to turtle up with Corassani on top of him.
>Jason Young looks very tired out there.
>Corassani rolls Young out of turtle position and into side control.
>Corassani tries to ensnare Young in an arm triangle.
>Corassani gets the arm triangle, sinks it in deeply, but Young is still trying to fight out of it!
>No! He breaks free. That was really close.
>Young attempts to get some separation in order to try to stand, but can't.
>Corassani throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath.
>Young tries to break free and scramble for position, but Corassani keeps him trapped.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Corassani begins trying to get himself into a mount.
>Young tries to sweep from the mount attempt, but gets rolled and gives up his back.
>Corassani attempts an armbar.
>Corassani rolls onto his back to try and get the armbar, but Young pulls free and gets side control.
>Jason Young looks like he is on the verge of exhaustion.
>Young tries to lock Corassani into an armbar.
>Corassani defends himself well and is in no danger.
>Corassani scoots around and wraps his legs around Young to pull guard.
>Akira Corassani looks very tired out there.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Young looks to get past the guard.
>He can't quite manage to get past guard on this attempt.
>The fight comes to an end as the time limit expires.
>That round goes to Corassani, 10-9 on my card.
Akira Corassani def. Jason Young via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 39-28).


Damacio Page (@damaciopage) vs. Brad Pickett (@One_Punch)

Round 1:
Code:
 >A left jab misses and Page counters with a picture-perfect right roundhouse kick to the side of the ribs.
>They come together and strike, but neither can land a clean shot.
>A feint sets up a kick to the body, but Pickett manages to just avoid it.
>Page avoids a nice combination and hits a picture-perfect right roundhouse kick to the side of the ribs.
>Pickett throws three punches in quick succession, but Page was out of range.
>Not letting Pickett settle, Page moves in closer.
>Page comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Pickett uses his strikes to stop Page from getting too close.
>Pickett grabs a body kick and goes for the takedown, getting it! Page pulls guard.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Pickett starts trying to work to get past the guard.
>Page is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Pickett firmly in guard.
>Page throws out some punches, but Pickett leans back to avoid them.
>Pickett tries to pass the guard.
>Page is ready for the attempt though, and keeps Pickett firmly in guard.
>Pickett deflects a couple of punches that Page threw from below.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Pickett begins trying to pass the guard.
>He passes, but only to half guard.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Page.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Pickett counters a superman punch with a couple of nice shots.
>A jab doesn't find its intended target, allowing Page to fire back with a great right hook, Pickett is knocked down!
>Page knows that this is a golden opportunity, and quickly pounces on Pickett, looking to finish him off by raining down punches!
>Page fires away with punches, Pickett takes several shots that threaten to end the fight!
>The strikes are stopped when Pickett manages to pull Page down into side control.
>Page looks to get a mount.
>He can't get the mount.
>Page blocks an attempt to pull guard.
>Page attempts the mount.
>Pickett doesn't allow Page to get the mount.
>Pickett tries to grab an arm-in guillotine.
>Page alters his posture to prevent it.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Page throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.
>In side control, Page catches his breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body.
>Pickett works some separation, then tries to quickly scramble his way into a better position.
>There's under a minute left in this round.
>Page ends up having to pull half guard, losing out in the scramble.
>Pickett fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves.
>Pickett throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead.
>Round two is brought to an end as time runs out.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Page.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Page counters a one-two combination with a kick to the ribs.
>Pickett comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Page tries to avoid the takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Page saw it coming and got out of range.
>Page throws a feint.
>Page gets suckered in to stepping forward, and has to step back sharply to avoid an enormous knock out right.
>Pickett avoids a series of wayward big punches and counters with a couple of tight angled jabs and a scorching right hook to the body.
>Pickett throws a combination of rights and lefts, using them as cover so that he can shoot in.
>Page tries to step away from the takedown.
>Page avoids the takedown attempt.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Pickett is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>He gets into range.
>Pickett looks like he might be trying to get in close and wrestle with Page.
>Page finds himself pulled into a grappling contest.
>Pickett tries to suck Page to the ground by wrapping his legs around the waist and pulling guard.
>The attempt is successful, Page is sucked down into his guard.
>Pickett attempts a triangle choke on Page from the bottom of the guard.
>The triangle is locked in deep, Page has to tap out!
>Brad 'One Punch' Pickett takes the win by submission!
Brad Pickett def. Damacio Page via Submission (Triangle) - Round 3, 4:03.


Simeon Thoresen (@simeonthegrin) vs. Besam Yousef (@BesamYousef)

Round 1:
Code:
 >A left jab misses and Thoresen strikes back with a left.
>Thoresen steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Thoresen steps back to avoid a left jab.
>Thoresen looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Yousef.
>Yousef now has Thoresen standing in the pocket.
>Thoresen scores with a left jab from the pocket.
>Yousef slips past a flurry of rights and lefts and hits a jab.
>Thoresen uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Thoresen comes in, looking for a quick double leg takedown from close range.
>Thoresen drives forward and gets the takedown! Yousef couldn't quite stop it.
>The takedown leaves Yousef seated with his back pressed against the cage.
>Thoresen uses an elbow, but Yousef smothers it with ease.
>Using the cage, Yousef tries to walk up, but cannot break the control of Thoresen.
>Thoresen looks to get a more dominant position by pushing Yousef from a seated position onto his back.
>Yousef doesn't let Thoresen get the mount.
>Yousef tries a sweep, but doesn't budge Thoresen.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Thoresen looks to get a more dominant position by pushing Yousef from a seated position onto his back.
>Yousef gets turned onto his back, and is left under side control.
>The time runs out on round one.
>I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Thoresen.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Yousef slips out of the way of a flurry of punches.
>Yousef tries for a left jab but Thoresen moves out of range.
>Thoresen throws out a couple of jabs as a set up, then shoots in for a takedown.
>Yousef tries to step away from the takedown.
>Thoresen gets a single leg takedown, but as soon as Yousef hits the ground he spins out and away and gets back to his feet.
>Yousef tries for a left jab but Thoresen moves out of range.
>Thoresen looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Yousef.
>Keen to keep space between them, Yousef backs away.
>We've now passed the halfway mark in this round.
>Yousef bobs and weaves.
>Not letting up, Thoresen steps in closer to pressure Yousef into action.
>Thoresen shoots in for a takedown.
>Yousef cannot stop the takedown, Thoresen drove in with too much pace and power.
>Yousef is left seated, with his back to the cage, with Thoresen holding him down.
>Thoresen pounds away, but Yousef isn't troubled by the strikes.
>Thoresen prevents Yousef from using the cage to stand, keeping him firmly pressed against the cage.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Thoresen pushes forward against Yousef, basically smothering him against the cage wall.
>Thoresen tries to smother Yousef against the cage wall but can't keep control long enough.
>Thoresen prevents Yousef from using the cage to stand, keeping him firmly pressed against the cage.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round two.
>I think Thoresen took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Both throw strikes at each other, both easily defend the other's attempt.
>From the missed strikes they clinch.
>With underhooks giving him solid control over Yousef, Thoresen looks for a takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Yousef defended it well.
>Yousef tries to uses a whizzer to turn Thoresen, but is blocked from doing so.
>Thoresen is looking to muscle Yousef back against the cage.
>Thoresen achieves it, pinning Yousef to the cage.
>Yousef avoids a foot stomp attempt.
>Yousef is trapped against the cage and takes a sharp stomp to the foot.
>Thoresen has worked in the underhooks and looks to take Yousef down.
>Thoresen tries hard but cannot get Yousef off of his feet, and has to settle for slipping behind him instead.
>Simeon Thoresen is looking really tired.
>Circling out, Yousef breaks free of Thoresen and regroups in the center.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Thoresen steps back to avoid a barrage of big punches.
>Besam Yousef doesn't look like he has much left in the tank.
>A visibly tired Thoresen is looking to turn this into a wrestling match, and is getting in closer to Yousef.
>He pulls Yousef into a grapple.
>Thoresen has worked in the underhooks and looks to take Yousef down.
>The takedown doesn't work, Yousef defended it well.
>Yousef tries to get clear of the grapple, but Thoresen holds him in place.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Thoresen, controlling the grapple with Yousef, tries to scoop him up for a slam.
>Yousef defends it well though, and slips away from Thoresen.
>Simeon Thoresen looks like he doesn't have a lot left to give.
>Thoresen swiftly avoids a barrage of big punches.
>The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.
>I have to give that round to Thoresen, but only a 10-9.
Simeon Thoresen def. Besam Yousef via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


Diego Nunes (@thegunnunes) vs. Dennis Siver (@DennisSiver)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Siver darts in, feints a jab, darts back out.
>Siver counters a flurry of punches by hitting a barrage of big right hands!
>Nunes, in the pocket, steps away from a low spinning heel kick.
>Nunes sees an inside leg kick coming and hits first with a left hook to the body.
>Siver slips past a straight punch and hits a crisp left.
>Nunes uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Nunes circles away, creating some distance between them.
>A left hand misses, allowing Siver to counter with a right body kick.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>A quick exchange of strikes produces nothing worth mentioning.
>Having stepped near each other to throw their strikes, they both start throwing punches at close range!
>Siver hits a beautiful right cross, Nunes staggers back and then falls down!
>Siver quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned Nunes!
>Siver pounds away, Nunes is in serious trouble!
>Nunes finally manages to pull Siver into side control to survive.
>Siver tries to lock Nunes into an arm triangle.
>The arm triangle is locked in tight, but Nunes refuses to tap out!
>Siver loses the hold! Somehow Nunes got himself free. That was incredibly close to a finish though.
>Nunes uses an underhook to work some separation, then quickly scrambles.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>The scramble leaves Siver turtled up, facing Nunes.
>Nunes finds his efforts to roll the turtled Siver over and secure side control fruitless.
>Siver gets back to his feet.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>I have to give that round to Siver, but only a 10-9.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Nunes hits a brutal flying knee, but Siver somehow doesn't go down!
>Nunes throws an excellent combination but Siver covers up well.
>Siver slips past a teep and hits a vicious leg kick.
>Nunes falls to the ground, that kick looks like it may have been an accidental low blow!
>The referee checks on him and gets an assurance that he will be fit to continue.
>The referee gives him a minute to recover, stopping the clock in the meantime.
>A wayward right kick to the body allows Nunes to hit a clean jab.
>Nunes glances a strike off the side of the shoulder.
>The fight slows as Siver sits back and allows Nunes to circle.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Siver slips out of the way of a flurry of punches.
>Nunes throws a speculative right, but it is nowhere near hitting.
>Siver comes in closer to press the issue.
>Siver looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Nunes.
>Siver is in the pocket, ready to attack Nunes.
>Siver uses head movement to dodge a punch, then strikes back with a crisp left jab.
>Nunes dodges a kick to the body and fires back with a solid left jab.
>We move into the final sixty seconds of this round.
>Siver uses head movement to avoid a left jab.
>Siver covers up to absorb a tight combination of punches.
>A left jab misses the mark and allows Nunes to counter with a crisp left.
>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 have to give that round to Nunes, but only a 10-9.
Round 3:
Code:
 >Siver counters a flurry of punches by hitting a kick to the inside of the left thigh.
>Siver slips out of the way of a flurry of punches.
>Siver counters a flurry of punches with a right body kick.
>A straight left from Nunes fails to land.
>Not letting Nunes settle at all, Siver comes in closer.
>Nunes avoids a spinning back kick.
>We go past the halfway point of this round.
>Nunes looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Nunes is in the pocket, ready to attack Siver.
>Slipping past a flurry of punches, Siver has the angle to counter with a hard right kick across the side.
>Using head movement, Nunes slips past a left jab and counters with a left hook to the body.
>Nunes uses good head movement to avoid a huge right hook and counters with a left hook to the body.
>Siver covers up, absorbing a flurry of punches.
>Good head movement allows Siver to avoid a flurry of rights and lefts.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Siver uses head movement to slip past a punch, then hits a left jab to the cheek.
>Good head movement allows Siver to roll past an attempted knock out punch and counter with a kick to the ribs.
>Nunes dodges a kick to the body and fires back with a crisp left jab.
>Time runs out and that's the end of the fight.
>I have to give that round to Siver, but only a 10-9.
Dennis Siver def. Diego Nunes via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

Siyar Bahadurzada (@SiyarTheKiller) vs. Paulo Thiago (@PauloThiagoMMA)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Thiago gets suckered in by a feint, and is lucky to avoid a flurry of rights and lefts.
>A straight left fails to land and Thiago is able to fire back with a big right kick to the outside of the thigh.
>A left jab misses and Thiago counters with a quick combination that ends with a scorching right cross. Bahadurzada barely had time to cover up.
>Thiago steps back to avoid a leg kick, having been suckered in with a feinted high kick.
>Moving in closer, Bahadurzada looks like he wants to strike from the pocket.
>He gets into range.
>Thiago dodges a jab, and fires back with a clean left jab.
>We pass the halfway mark of this round.
>Bahadurzada covers up, absorbing a flurry of punches.
>Thiago is getting in closer to Bahadurzada, perhaps looking for a clinch.
>Bahadurzada keeps himself moving out of range, not wanting to clinch.
>Thiago looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Thiago grabs Bahadurzada and pulls him into a Muay Thai clinch.
>Using the clinch, Thiago blasts Bahadurzada with a powerful knee to the cheek! Bahadurzada is knocked out!
>Paulo Thiago takes the victory by way of Knock Out!
Paulo Thiago def. Siyar Bahadurzada via KO (Knee) - Round 1, 4:14.


Alessio Sakara (@SakaraLegio) vs. Brian Stann (@BrianStann)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Stann counters a wayward left jab with a series of heavy punches, each one landing hard on Sakara who is desperately trying to cover up!
>Getting destroyed, Sakara falls to the ground...but the blows keep on landing!
>The referee pulls Stann away, stopping the match!
>'All-American' Brian Stann takes the win by TKO!
Brian Stann def. Alessio Sakara via TKO (Strikes) - Round 1, 0:32.

Cyrille Diabate (@CyrilleDiabate) vs. Jorgen Kruth

Round 1:
Code:
 >Diabate gets suckered in by a feint, and is lucky to avoid the combination that follows.
>Diabate keeps his cool as Kruth throws a feint to the left.
>Diabate slips out of the way of a leg kick.
>An errant jab sets Kruth up to counter-strike with a solid left.
>Diabate looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Diabate is in the pocket, ready to attack Kruth.
>Using good head movement, Kruth slips past a tight combination and hits a right body kick.
>Kruth tries for a body kick but Diabate sees it coming and avoids it.
>Kruth tries for a right jab but Diabate uses head movement to avoid it.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Kruth slips past a nice combination and hits several big right hands, putting Diabate down, dazed!
>Kruth starts pounding away on Diabate, looking to finish him off!
>Kruth can't put Diabate away, and gets sucked into half guard.
>In half guard, Kruth begins working to get side control.
>Diabate comfortably blocks the attempt and keeps Kruth in half guard.
>Diabate bursts into life and tries to scramble into a better position.
>We have one minute of the round remaining.
>Diabate ends up in side control.
>Diabate relinquishes side control, stands and backs off, wanting the fight to continue standing.
>Diabate looks like he might be trying to get in close to clinch with Kruth.
>Kruth uses movement to keep out reach, meaning Diabate cannot get close enough to clinch.
>The time is up, and that's the end of round one.
>That has to go down as a 10-9 round to Kruth.
Round 2:
Code:
 >A tidy combination doesn't find a home, giving Kruth the opportunity to counter with a right kick to the thigh.
>A tidy combination doesn't find a home, giving Kruth the opportunity to counter with a picture-perfect right roundhouse kick to the side of the ribs.
>An exchange of strikes goes nowhere.
>Diabate looks like he wants to stand in the pocket and strike with Kruth.
>Diabate moves into the pocket.
>Diabate lets a jab sail wide and counter-strikes with some heavy left hands...Kruth tries to cover up but is knocked down!
>Diabate moves in quickly, kneeling beside Kruth and starting to hammer down with punches!
>Diabate pounds away, the stunned Kruth struggles to deal with them.
>The referee jumps in and stops the match!
>Most of the fans are booing loudly now, that really was a very premature stoppage and Kruth is quite rightly furious!
>By TKO, the winner is Cyrille Diabate!
Cyrille Diabate def. Jorgen Kruth via TKO (Strikes) - Round 2, 2:13.

Alexander Gustafsson (@AlexTheMauler) vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira (@Minotouromma)

Round 1:
Code:
 >Nogueira steps back to avoid a one-two combination.
>An attempted body kick misses and Gustafsson fires back with a pair of nice shots to the body.
>Gustafsson avoids a leg kick and scores with a nice jab.
>Nogueira comes in, looking for a quick takedown.
>Gustafsson tries to avoid the takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Gustafsson saw it coming and got out of range.
>Moving forward, Nogueira counters a series of wayward big punches with a vicious leg kick.
>Nogueira steps back to avoid a tight combination of punches after falling for a clever feint.
>We move into the second half of this round.
>There's a takedown attempt from Nogueira.
>Gustafsson attempts to avoid Nogueira as he shoots in.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Gustafsson avoided Nogueira.
>Gustafsson throws a looping punch, but Nogueira avoids it.
>Nogueira presses in closer to attack.
>Nogueira looks to move in and stand in the pocket.
>Nogueira is in the pocket, ready to attack Gustafsson.
>Gustafsson slips out of the way of a right body kick, showing good footwork at such close range.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Nogueira uses head movement to cause a left jab to sail harmlessly by.
>Gustafsson slips past a jab and scores with a nice left.
>Time expires and we come to the end of round one.
>Hopefully the next round will produce a little more in the way of action.
>That round goes to Gustafsson, 10-9 on my card.
Round 2:
Code:
 >Moving forward, Gustafsson counters a left jab with a couple of shots to the body and a nice right uppercut.
>Nogueira throws a feint.
>Gustafsson throws a left jab but Nogueira avoids it.
>Gustafsson comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Nogueira tries to take down Gustafsson as he steps in, but he blocks it.
>Advancing, Nogueira counters a left jab by using a scything low kick to the legs.
>Nogueira goes to the body and then to the head with a tidy combination to get Gustafsson to cover up, then shoots in.
>Nogueira gets caught with a right though, and he is momentarily wobbly!
>We move into the second half of this round.
>Gustafsson avoids a leg kick and scores with a couple of nice shots.
>Gustafsson looks to be trying to close the distance between them.
>Gustafsson grapples with Nogueira, who made no attempt to escape.
>Nogueira, controlling the grapple with Gustafsson, tries to scoop him up for a slam.
>He can't get it though, Gustafsson defends it and pulls away from the grapple entirely.
>Nogueira slips past a left jab and fires back with a solid left jab.
>We're into the final minute of the round.
>Gustafsson hops around from foot to foot, looking for an opening.
>Nogueira presses in closer to attack.
>Nogueira shoots in for a takedown.
>Gustafsson sprawls well, and Nogueira is forced down to his knees, almost turtled up.
>Round two ends as time expires.
>I think Gustafsson took that round, 10-9 on my score card.
Round 3:
Code:
 >They come together and throw strikes, both miss.
>Nogueira backs away to create some more space.
>Both fighters throw strikes at the same time, both miss.
>Having stepped in close to throw their strikes, they end up clinched.
>Nogueira attempts to pick Gustafsson up for a slam.
>Gustafsson defends it well though, and slips away from Nogueira.
>Gustafsson counters an attempted body kick by scoring with a solid left.
>Both fighters come in and throw strikes, there is no real damage done by either.
>Antonio Rogerio Nogueira looks very tired out there.
>Gustafsson comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>Nogueira tries to single leg Gustafsson as he steps in, but he is too quick to step away.
>We are now at the halfway point of the round.
>Nogueira, who looks drained, comes forward looking for a takedown.
>Gustafsson tries to avoid the takedown.
>The takedown is unsuccessful, Gustafsson avoided Nogueira.
>Gustafsson is looking to get in close and strike from the pocket.
>Nogueira lets Gustafsson get closer.
>Gustafsson circles away, creating some distance between them.
>The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left.
>Gustafsson comes in closer, looking to attack from the pocket.
>The two fighters move closer, ready to strike.
>Stepping back, Nogueira creates a bit of distance.
>Nogueira, who looks drained, comes forward looking for a takedown.
>Gustafsson tries to avoid the takedown.
>The takedown doesn't work, Gustafsson saw it coming and got out of range.
>The time expires on round three, and that is the end of the fight.
>I have to give that round to Gustafsson, but only a 10-9.
Alexander Gustasfsson def. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27).

Quote:
Fight of the Night: Cyrille Diabate vs. Jorgen Kruth
KO of the Night: Paulo Thiago
Submission of the Night: Brad Pickett

Predictions:

Ippon 5/11
#HEEL 6/11
Reply With Quote
  #39  
Unread 03-16-2012, 04:35 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default

UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans
April 21, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia
Philips Arena

Main Card (PPV)

Jon Jones ( C ) (15-1) vs. Rashad Evans (17-1-1) , for light-heavyweight title
Michael McDonald (14-1) vs. Miguel Torres (40-4)
Ben Rothwell (31-8) vs. Brendan Schaub (8-2)
Mark Bocek (10-4) vs. Matt Wiman (14-6)
Mac Danzig (20-9-1) vs. Efrain Escudero (18-4)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Rory MacDonald (12-1) vs. Che Mills (14-4-1 NC)
Mark Hominick (20-10) vs. Eddie Yagin (15-5-1)
Travis Browne (12-0-1) vs. Chad Griggs (11-1)
Maximo Blanco (8-3-1-1 NC) vs. Marcus Brimage (4-1)
Matt Brown (13-11) vs. Stephen Thompson (6-0)
John Makdessi (9-1) vs. Anthony Njokuani (14-6-1 NC)
Chris Clements (10-4) vs. Keith Wisniewski (28-13-1)
Reply With Quote
  #40  
Unread 03-16-2012, 05:22 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



Matches to make following UFC on Fuel TV 2.
by Chris Estrada.

With UFC on Fuel TV 2: Gustafsson vs. Nogueira done, it’s time to look at matches to make after the event.

Diego Nunes vs. the winner of Mark Hominick/Eddie Yagin- Going 2-2 in the UFC & 6-3 under the ZUFFA banner, Nunes has gone the distance in all of his fights with ZUFFA. Nunes could use a spark to help him reach his potential and a fight against the winner of Hominick and Yagin could do that. Hominick loves to stand and strike with his opponent, something Nnunes likes to do also. As for a bout with Nunes and Yagin, should Yagin beat Hominick, could tell which fighter is willing to continue fighting in the UFC and who isn’t.

Dennis Siver vs. Nam Phan- These two fighters have arguably the best body shots in the division, behind Mark Hominick, so why not pit these two fighters together to see who hits harder. This fight would also be not bad for the fans and ranking as both fighters are coming off a victory and love to strike.

Paulo Thiago vs. the winner of Rory McDonald/Che Mils- Paulo Thiago has been a hot and cold fighter, hot when he beat Josh Koscheck, cold when he faced Diego Sanchez. A good test for him, and his opponents would be a fight with him and the winner of Rory McDonald and Che Mils, as those two fighters are rising contenders and could take a new step in the welterweight division, should they face Thiago, and it would help Thiago see how good of a fighter he is against these contenders.

Alessio Sakara vs. Francis Carmont- Alessio Sakara, is and will be a gatekeeper in the middleweight division, used to see if a contender is as good as people say he is, and a good opponent for Sakara in his gate keeping role, is Carmont who won his second UFC fight tonight.

Brian Stann vs. Michael Bisping- Chael Sonnen’s last two victims love to stand and bang with their opponent, so why not put the two together in a fight and make fireworks. Stann lost to Sonnen via Triangle Choke, meanwhile Bisping lost to Sonnen via a close unanimous decision, so why not have these two strikers face off against each other?

Alexander Gustafsson vs. Thiago Silva- With a victory over Lil’ Nog, Gustafsson made himself a credible contender, so why not give him a bout with a top level fighter Thiago Silva, who is coming off a suspension for failing a drug test.

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Anthony Perosh- Lil’ Nog has been unsuccessful in his UFC career going, 3-3, and is looking like he could be a gatekeeper, so why not match him up with Anthony Perosh, who has gone 3-0 since dropping down to light heavyweight, with all of those victories coming via submission.

Last edited by damonster : 03-16-2012 at 05:35 PM.
Reply With Quote
  #41  
Unread 03-16-2012, 06:38 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default



New York and MMA.
by Justin Ingalls.

Very surprising news today. The New York government has announced that they will start regulating MMA events starting in August, after the passed a secret bill.

A few minutes after the news was announced, Dana White tweeted, “Guess where we will be August 25. #UFCatMSG”

Matt Serra then tweeted, “looks like I am going to have to lose all this fat #UFCatMSG”

Dana White then tweeted again, “Jones/Evans vs. Hendo & Condit vs. Ellenberger 2 #UFCatMSG”
Reply With Quote
  #42  
Unread 03-16-2012, 10:04 PM
#HEEL's Avatar
#HEEL #HEEL is offline
Low Minors
 
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Melbourne
Posts: 233
Default

UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans
April 21, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia
Philips Arena

Main Card (PPV)

Jon Jones ( C ) (15-1) vs. Rashad Evans (17-1-1) , for light-heavyweight title
Michael McDonald (14-1) vs. Miguel Torres (40-4)
Ben Rothwell (31-8) vs. Brendan Schaub (8-2)
Mark Bocek (10-4) vs. Matt Wiman (14-6)
Mac Danzig (20-9-1) vs. Efrain Escudero (18-4)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Rory MacDonald (12-1) vs. Che Mills (14-4-1 NC)
Mark Hominick (20-10) vs. Eddie Yagin (15-5-1)
Travis Browne (12-0-1) vs. Chad Griggs (11-1)
Maximo Blanco (8-3-1-1 NC) vs. Marcus Brimage (4-1)
Matt Brown (13-11) vs. Stephen Thompson (6-0)
John Makdessi (9-1) vs. Anthony Njokuani (14-6-1 NC)
Chris Clements (10-4) vs. Keith Wisniewski (28-13-1)

Jones v Hendo will be a good fight if it comes to it, hopefully MSG gets to host the UFC in real life soon.
Reply With Quote
  #43  
Unread 03-16-2012, 10:10 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by #HEEL View Post
Jones v Hendo will be a good fight if it comes to it, hopefully MSG gets to host the UFC in real life soon.
yeah would be nice to see a ufc event at MSG.

Jones vs hendo in game or real life would be nice.

The card right now looks like so,

Jones/Evans vs Hendo
Condit vs Ellenberger 2
Weidman vs Munoz (#1contender bout)

and to kick off the prelims, Serra makes his return.
Reply With Quote
  #44  
Unread 03-17-2012, 07:39 AM
Ippon's Avatar
Ippon Ippon is offline
New Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2012
Posts: 12
Default

I really hope Jones takes out Evans (IRL) because I want to see Jones chin tested against Henderson. I see Jones winning both fights though. Then he can drop to Middleweight and have at it with Anderson >_>

I'm enjoying this Damonster, KIU.


UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans
April 21, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia
Philips Arena

Main Card (PPV)

Jon Jones ( C ) (15-1) vs. Rashad Evans (17-1-1) , for light-heavyweight title
Michael McDonald (14-1) vs. Miguel Torres (40-4)
Ben Rothwell (31-8) vs. Brendan Schaub (8-2)
Mark Bocek (10-4) vs. Matt Wiman (14-6)
Mac Danzig (20-9-1) vs. Efrain Escudero (18-4)

Preliminary Card (FX)

Rory MacDonald (12-1) vs. Che Mills (14-4-1 NC)
Mark Hominick (20-10) vs. Eddie Yagin (15-5-1)
Travis Browne (12-0-1) vs. Chad Griggs (11-1)
Maximo Blanco (8-3-1-1 NC) vs. Marcus Brimage (4-1)
Matt Brown (13-11) vs. Stephen Thompson (6-0)
John Makdessi (9-1) vs. Anthony Njokuani (14-6-1 NC)
Chris Clements (10-4) vs. Keith Wisniewski (28-13-1)
Reply With Quote
  #45  
Unread 03-17-2012, 02:00 PM
damonster's Avatar
damonster damonster is offline
Major League
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Southern Ontario
Posts: 981
Default

Reply With Quote
Reply


Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Forum Jump


Array [all_times_are_gmt_x_time_now_is_y]


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.