UFC 154 is set For another Great Match On A Great Card Now UFC 154 Card Adds Dangerous Brazillian rafael Dos Anjos (17-6) MMA (6-4) UFC VS BJJ Specialist Mark Bocek. Mark Bocek And Dos Anjos Are Both Black Belts And Problably One Of The Best BJJ Fighters In The UFC Lightweight Division They Both Are On A 2 Fight Winning Streak. Rafael Dos Anjos Has One His Last 3/5 Fights His Last Loss Was A Close Decision Loss To Gleison Tibau. Dos Anjos Last 3/5 Wins Came By Knock Out , Submission And Decision And If He Wins This Fight Against Mark Bocek Then He Will Face A Top 10 Lightweight Contender. Mark Bocek Last Lost Was On April 2011 Against Current Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson After He Lost That Fight Hes Ben On A 2 Fight Winning Streak Defeating Now Featherweight Nik Lentz And John Alessio By Decision And If Mark Bocek Wins His Fight He Will Fight A Top 10 Lightweight. My Thoughts: This Fight Makes A Lot Of Sense These 2 Guys Won There Last 3/5 Fights Both Have Great BJJ And Both Are BJJ Black Belts And They Both Try To End The Fight With A submission Or Try To grind A Decision And I Expect To See This Fight Will End By Submission And Submission Of The Night And When They Fight We Will See Who Has The better BJJ.
Rampage Jackson 32-10 MMA,7-4 UFC He Will Face A Dangerous Man In Glover Teixeira 18-2 MMA ,1-0 UFC And This Will Be Rampage Jacksons Last UFC Fight Will We See The Old Rampage Jackson Who Was Slamming People Or The Rampage Jackson Who Knocked Out Wanderlei Silva And Chuck Liddel With His Power Punches. Rampage Jackson Is On A 2 Fight Losing Streak Was Defeated By Current Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones And Arizona Wrestler Ryan Bader Even Though He Suffered A Knee Injury Before The Fight. The Question Is Will We See The Old Rampage At UFC 153? We Will Se On October,13.
Round 1 – Denis opens with a couple nice combos. Sandoval returns fire but eats a few more. Once clinched up, Denis unloads a vicious barrage of standing elbow strikes, and Sandoval is out on his feet. He crashes to the mat, and this curtain-jerker proves a quick one. Nick Denis def. Joseph Sandoval via KO (elbows) – Round 1, 0:22
Round 1 – A touch of gloves gets us started. The fighters collide low kicks and reset. Pineda lands another and nearly gets clipped by a right. The fighters exchange, and Schilling gets through a right. Pineda charges, though, to get the takedown, quickly loves to mount, and rains down punches. Schilling rolls to his stomach, and Pineda works from back mount with punches. Schilling stands, but Pineda clings to him and works the rear-naked choke. Schilling turns red, tumbles over, and the ref halts the bout. Daniel Pineda def. Pat Schilling via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 1:37
Round 1 – The fighters revert to a feeling-out process early. The patiently circle before reigning punches. Hayden clips Camoes as he moves in and then takes the center. Hayden ducks under a punch but can’t finish the takedown. Camoes then tries on his own and fails, but Hayden takes his back and drags him to his knees. Camoes works his way back up, but Hayden shoots and gets the double-leg takedown. Camoes, though, easily gets back up, catches a kick, and forces the fight to the mat. Hayden tries to take his back and secures one hook, and then he puts Camoes on his back and works from side control. Camoes, though, grabs an arm. It looks deep, but Hayden pops free. Camoes instantly swarms and takes top position as Hayden tries to push him away. Hayden lands an upkick, but Camoes takes his back and pulls him backward while working for the rear-naked choke. Camoes continues torquing and appeared to tap, but it continues on. Hayden finally taps, and this one is over. Fabricio Camoes def. Tommy Hayden via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 4:03
Round 1 – Brenneman lands a stiff right, but Roberts charges forward with punches. Brenneman dips and gets the takedown and frantically looks to improve position. Brenneman moves to half guard and then side control. Roberts pulls him back to half guard. Brenneman again moves to side control and delivers punches while look to control an arm. He gets the crucifix and delivers more punches. A few land to the back of the head, but there’s no warning. Robers frees his arm and then wraps a leg to pull Brenneman back into half guard. Brenneman, though, again moves to side control. Brenneman delivers some knees to the ribs and punches to the body. Robers eventually pulls Brenneman back into full guard, but Brenneman continues the head and body punches. Roberts get to his feet, but Brenneman dumps him as the round ends. It’s all Brenneman, who takes it 10-9.
Round 2 – Roberts throws a heavy head kick that Brenneman only narrowly checks. Brenneman then shoots and is relentless with a takedown that he secures. He moves to half guard as Roberts pulls him close. With some ffort, Brenneman moves to side control. The pace slows before Brenneman lands some head punches while again looking for the crucifix. He gets it and delivers a quick barrage of punches. He continues with more and mixed in some elbows. Roberts reclaims full guard and isolates an arm. Brenneman works knees to the thighs before Herb Dean calls for a standup. Brenneman fakes punches and shoots and finally drags Roberts to the mat. He clings to a single leg as a kneeling Roberts throws some punches. Roberts tries to secure an arm from an awkward position. He gets a topside inverted triangle choke but is halted by the end of the round. Despite the late scare, Brenneman takes it 10-9.
Round 3 – Brenneman throws some punches, charges forward, and gets the takedown. He works from side control and delivers short punches to the head. Knees to the ribs follow. He gets the crucifix and fires off more punches before Roberts pull him back to half guard. Brenneman, though, returns to side control. The ref calls for some action. Brenneman with more punches to the head, and Roberts has no idea how to stop the steady assault. Roberts pulls him into full guard, and the ref calls for a standup. Roberts works from his side, but Brenneman won’t give him an arm and then moves to full guard. He drops a big hammerfist. Roberts again looks to isolate an arm and finally torques a kimura, but the 10-second warning sounds. Roberts torques with all his might, but he’s out of time. Brenneman takes the third round, 10-9, for a 30-27 win on our card. Charlie Brenneman def. Daniel Roberts via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
Round 1 – Shalorus stalks but Nurmagomedov swings first and misses. Shalorus walks him down and unloads two quick punches. They clinch and fight for a takedown. Shalorus delivers a knee and another but they break and reset. Shalorus swings with looping punches and a head kick that narrowly miss. Nurmagomedov circles the perimeter and is backed into the cage. Shalorus wings and misses a left. Nurmagomedov tries a leaping sissy punch that misses and draws some laughs, but he quickly resets. Shalorus continues to stalk and lands an inside leg kick. Shalorus lands a nice body punch, but Nurmagomedov drops him with an uppercut and chases after the kneeling fighter with punches. Shalorus is rocked, but Nurmagomedov can’t finish him off. Shalorus recovers and goes to his knees and then pulls Nurmagomedov into full guard. Nurmagomedov moves to side control. Both fighters wing heavy punches once back up, and the crowd voices its approval. Nurmagomedov clinches and puts Shalorus against the cage. He delivers a knee and then resets. Both land some power punches before the round ends. It’s an action-packed one, but scores it 10-9 for Nurmagomedov thanks to the knockdown.
Round 2 – Shalorus again stalks, but Nurmagomedov grabs a single leg and forces the fight to the mat. Shalorus is in a seated position against the cage before Nurmagomedov puts him on his back. The pace slows as Shalorus ties him up, but Nurmagomedov hops to side control and then into half guard. Nurmagomedov lands two nice punches from the top, but the pace again slows, and the ref calls for a standup. Nurmagomedov wings punches but looks tired, but he grabs a single leg and puts Shalorus on his back. Nurmagomedov works from half guard and then moves to side control. Shalorus scrambles underneath and pulls Nurmagomedov into full guard. After a scramble, the pace slows, and the ref stands them again. Nurmagomedov lands a hook and misses on a leaping knee. He fires off two quick punches before the round ends. scores it 10-9 for Nurmagomedov.
Round 3 – Both fighters wing punches and then reset. Shalorus works an inside leg kick and then shoots. Nurmagomedov fends it off, though. Nurmagomedov shoots from distance, and Shalorus snuffs it out. He shoots again, and Shalorus locks on a guillotine choke as he falls to the back. Nurmagomedov pops free and works from the top. Nurmagomedov unloads hammerfists and punches before hopping into mount. Shalorus rolls to the side, but Nurmagomedov slaps on a rear-naked choke that forces a quick tap. Khabib Nurmagomedov def. Kamal Shalorus via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 2:08
Round 1 – Schafer moves forward put resets. Rivera swings wide, and they clinch. Schafer ducks under a punch and shoots, and Rivera ends up on his knees. He’s briefly back up, but Schafer trips and forces him to the mat. Schafer works from side control. Rivera uses butterfly guard and reverses and gets back to his feet. Schafer pushes him against the cage and then scores a trip-takedown. Rivera again works butterfly guard. The pace slows, but Schafer drops a few punches form his knees before moving to half guard. Rivera looks to escape, but he’s stuck. Rivera sits against the cage, and Schafer tries to take his back. Rivera pulls him back to full guard and then works butterfly. Rivera grabs a leg during a transition and then puts Schafer on his back before the round ends. Schafer, though, isolates an arm for an omoplata but can’t finish it. The first round is all Schafer, 10-9.
Round 2 – Schafer closes the distance and looks for a takedown, but he clings to a leg too long, and Rivera pounces on him with punches. Schafer is in a seated position and eating dozens of shots. He goes to his knees and eats more. The ref warns him to fight back, but Schafer can’t, ans the fight is waved off. Jorge Rivera is heading into retirement on a winning note. Jorge Rivera def. Eric Schafer via TKO (punches) – Round 2, 1:31
Round 1 – The big men get off our first FX main card. Morecraft is high with a straight right, but he catches a kick and puts Barry on the mat. He misses with a big right but then takes Barry’s back before Barry rolls to his side. Morecraft clings to him, but Barry powers his way to his feet and shakes off his opponent. On the restart, Barry lands a low kick and left jab. Morecraft shoots badly and can’t get it to the mat. Barry lands a nice jab. Morecraft shoots again, but Barry slaps on a standing guillotine. Morecraft, though, pops his head free and takes it to the mat. Morecraft moves into mount, but Barry kicks off the cage. Morecraft clings to his back and then torques an armbar. Barry nearly tapped, but Morecraft keeps at it. Barry escapes, though, and gets back to his feet, which draws loud cheers. Morecraft wings a heavy right that misses, and Barry misses with a head kick. Barry drops Morecraft with a left hook and follows with some heavy blows as Morecraft goes to sleep. The ref intervenes, and Barry hops atop the cage in celebration. Pat Barry def. Christian Morecraft via KO (punches) – Round 1, 3:38
Round 1 – Easton and Papazian clinch up and deliver a dizzying barrage of punches. Easton finally pushes Papazian into the cage. Papazian works some short elbows and then reverses and puts Easton against the cage. The fighters trade some knees and elbows, but the pace slows drastically. After a reset, they fighters trade punches, and Papazian lands a nice right. They trade again with solid shots. Papazian moves in with a combo and eats a right. Easton forces to Papazian to circle the perimeter. Easton lands a spinning back kick, and Papazian answers with a punch. Papazian goes low with a kick, and Easton again stalks. They trade form the clinch as the round ends, and the ref has to break them up as the mean-muggin’ continues. It’s a very close round, but gives the edge to Easton based on the aggression.
Round 2 – Papazian lands a nice two-punch combo and folows with a kick-punch combo. Easton stalks and lands a quick right. Papazian follows with an uppercut and cross right. They collide again, and both continue winging punches, and both continue to land, Easton stalks some more and lands a low kick that staggers Papazian. Papazian clinches and puts him against the cage. They jockey for position from the clinch, but the pace slows, and the ref restarts them. They collide again and trade heavy blows. Papazian clinches, but Easton puts him against the fence. He then scores a trip takedown, moves to half guard, and flattens out Papazian. Easton moves to side control, but Papazian puts his back against the cage and gets back to his feet. Papazian uses a muay Thai clinch to escape. Papazian tries to shoot, but Easton lands on top before the round ends. It’s another close one, but likes Papazian, 10-9, for a few cleaner shots.
Round 3 – Easton opens with a combo, but Papazian stans and trades with him. They clinch, but Easton can’t muscle the fight to the mat. The pace slows while they’re clinched against the cage and jockeying for position. The ref calls for a restart, but Papazian needs a timeout for a low blow. Easton isn’t buying it and gives him the ol’ stink eye. Eastonw hiffs on a kick and nearly gets countered. Easton swings and clinches, but he can’t get the takedown. Papazian puts him against the cage, and they break off and reset. Easton with a nice body punch, and he follows with a few more and an uppercut. Papazian returns fire. They tee off in the center of the cage. This is turning into a slugfest as both throw caution to the wind. Papazian eventually clinches and puts Easton against the cage, but the boo birds want more slugging. They reset in the center, and the punches continue from both. Easton mixes in a low kick, and Papazian answers with straight combos. Papazian now goes to the body, and Easton simply pushes him to the mat. Papazian is back up, they clinch, and then they’re against the cage. Papazian gets the better of the exchanges and lands an uppercut. With 10 seconds left, they wail away, and Papazian tries a last-ditch takedown but it out of time. It’s another close round, but leans to Easton for a 10-9 round and 29-28 victory. But this could go either way. Mike Easton def. Jared Papazian via majority decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-29)
Round 1 – The fighters trade combos early and reset. Neer works the jab and eats one. They clinch, and Ludwig delivers a knee. Neer secures a bear hug and puts him against the cage. Ludwig balances his way out of a takedown and resets. Neer pops him with a right, but Ludwig answers. Ludwig with a nice body shot and knees from the clinch. A timeout is called so Neer can get his mouthpiece. Ludwig delivers a knee up the middle. They clinch and trade, and Neer works for a single leg. Ludwig makes him pay with punches while he works for it. But Neer kicks his leg out from under him and gets the fight to the mat. Ludwig keeps distance initially, but Neer falls into guard. During a scramble, Ludwig slaps on a guillotine, and the ref jumps in soon after. Ludwig initially convulses as he comes to, but the ref raises a legs to get blood to the brain, and he appears OK. Josh Neer def. Duane Ludwig via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 3:04
Round 1 – A touch of gloves gets us started. Miller lands a quick right and takes a counter. A lunging right misses its mark for Guillard, as does a leaping knee. Guillard catches Miller and pops with a punch once he hits the deck, but Miller powers his way back up and clinches to put Guillard against the cage. Guillard circles off and lands a knee. Miller ducks under a punch and shoots, but Guillard puts his back against the cage and stays upright. On the break, Guillard lands a leaping knee to the head, but Miller powers forward for the takedown. Miller gets to mount, and Guillard gets to his feet. Miller clings to his back as they fall and torques a rear-naked choke. The tap-out comes moments later, and the crowd erupts. Jim Miller def. Melvin Guillard via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 2:04
Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller:
Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller Is One Of The Best Main Events The UFC Has Put On Free TV In My Opinion Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller Is One Of The Most Anticipated Events In 2012 And You Never Know It Might Be The Best Lightweight Fight Of The Year. I See Melvin Guillard TKO Jim Miller 1st Round. Pick: Melvin Guillard
Duane Ludwig VS Josh Neer:
Duane Ludwig VS Josh Neer You Expect A Brawl Or A Fight Of The Night Award Or KO Of The Night Award. Josh Neer Just Won His Return To The UFC Via TKO Doctor’s Stoppage. Duane Ludwig Defeated Amir Sadollah Via Unaiminous Decision And The MMA Fans Expect A Welterweight Brawl In The Co Main Event. Pick: Duane Ludwig
Pat Barry VS Christian Morecraft:
Pat Barry VS Christian Morecraft is A Great Heavyweight Showdown Pat Barry Is On A Two Fight Loseing Streak Loseing To Stephan Struve And Chiek Kongo Pat Barry Is Not Thinking About That No More He Is Justn Thinking About Knocking Out Christian Morecraft. Christian Morecraft Lost His Last Fight To Matt Mitrione Via KO And Christian Morecraft Hopes To Put Pat Barry On Th Ground So He Can Show His Top Gmound Game Skills So He Can Pull Off A Submission For His 2nd UFC Win. Pick: Pat Barry
Melvin Guillard (29-9) MMA (10-5) UFC. Jim Miller (20-3) MMA (9-2) UFC. Jim Miller VS Melvin Guillard Is A Great Fight Beacause Two Guys Who Were Kind Of Overconfident In There Last Fight A Payed For It Melvin Very Over Confident In His Last Fight Against Joe Lauzon He Rocked Him And Started To Get Confident And Got Rocked By Lauzon And Then Lauzon Got On His Back And Submitted Him With A Rear Naked Choke And Now Changed His Camp From Jacksons To Imperial Athletecs MMA Fighters Rashad Evans,Claude Patrick,Antonio Silva,Anthony Johnson,JZ Cavalate And Kickboxing Star Tyrone Spong And Just Became A Blackzillian Melvin Says “No Bad Blood With Greg Jackson” And We Expect The Best Melvin Guillard On Friday. Jim Miller Was On A 8 Fight Winning Streak And Lost To #1 Contender Ben Henderson Via Decision Jim Miller Before That Lost Jim Miller Was On A Roll Defeating Top Contenders As Charles Oleveria, Mark Bocek Gleison Tibau,Mac Danzing And Duane Ludwig And Jim Miller Expects To Finish Guillard With Submission Or Knockout.We Find Out Who Really Improved As A Fighter This Friday When They Fight On FX In The Main Event.
Guillard VS Miller Fri Jan 20, 2012 Event Starts AT 6:00 PM EST
Justin Salas (9-3) MMA (0-0) UFC Coming From Grudge Training Center . Salas Is On A Five Fight Winning Streak With An Impressive Win In His Last Bout When He Defeated Joe Ellenberger By (Unanimous) Decision And He Is Trying To Make An Succsessful Debut. Anton Kuivanen (16-4) MMA (0-0) UFC Is On A 9 Fight Winning Streak The Finland Fighter Win His Last Bout Against Dangerous Brazilian Thiago Meller By Decision The Finland Fighter Is Going To Try To Win His First Ever Fight In The UFC. This Bout Is Going To Be Live On Facebook.
Sanchez VS Ellenberger UFC On Fuel TV 1 Will Be On At 8: PM EST
Palhares 23-4 Is On A 3 Fight Winning Streak And He Finished 2 Out Of His 3 Wins Buy Submission. Just Last Saturday He Finished BJJ Blackbelt Mike Massentino Via Subission Via Leg Lock In The First Round. That Put Him Up In The Ranks To Problably Fight Anderson Silva Next.