The Top-400 Fights of 2012: #175-151

#175

FIGHT: Eric Reynolds vs. Nick Newell
DATE: December 7
CARD: XFC 21: Night of Champions 2
VENUE: Nashville Municipal Auditorium
LOCATION: Nashville, Tennessee
RESULT: Newell R1 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via ProMMANow)
Round 1 – This is for the belt! No touch of gloves. Big kick from Newell to start. Again. Big body kick from Newell. Nice exchange. Big right hand from Newell. These guys are throwing. Body kick by Reynolds. Newell ducks in and gets a huge suplex. He has the back of Reynolds and is looking for the RNC!! It looks tight!!! Reynolds falls back and the choke is TIGHT!! The tap comes it’s over. Nick Newell is the champ!
VIDEO:

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#174

FIGHT: Lewis Long vs. Paul Redmond
DATE: October 27
CARD: Cage Warriors 49
VENUE: St. David’s Hall
LOCATION: Cardiff, Wales
RESULT: Redmond R2 Submission (Neck Crank)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO:

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#173

FIGHT: John Salter vs. Reggie Pena
DATE: June 22
CARD: XFC 18: Music City Mayhem
VENUE: Nashville Municipal Auditorium
LOCATION: Nashville, Tennessee
RESULT: Pena R2 Submission (Guillotine)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via ProMMANow)
Round 1 – Pena comes forward quickly. Salter puts a right hand on him Pena fires back. Salter ducks in for a takedown attempt but bails on it. Leg kick Salter. Pena coming forward but gets too aggressive and gives up a takedown. Exactly where he doesn’t want to be with Salter. Pena rolls to defend and gets flattened out. Salter is pouring on the punches from the top. Pena is covering up but is getting blasted. He rolls and Salter takes full full mount and continues to punish Pena. He’s in a very high mount now. He tries to shake off Salter and Salter takes the arm and extends it. Pena is fighting off the armbar for now but he’s in a bad spot. He somehow breaks free and gets back to his feet. Salter comes forward again. Pena fires off a flurry, but ends up back on the mat with Salter on his back. Salter gets both hooks in and starts landing right hands. He flattens Pena out and is going to work with left hands now. Pena rolls and Salter is right back in a high full mount. Pena again manages to shake Salter off as time runs down on the round. Salter with another takedown. Dominating round for Salter. PMN scores it 10-9.
Round 2 – Jabs by both guys to start. Pena stings Salter with a right hand. Nice one-two combo from Pena. Salter has seen enough. He shoots and gets a takedown but lands in a guillotine. He tries to roll out of trouble but Pena readjusts his grip and gets the tap! Shocking turnaround.
VIDEO: n/a
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#172

FIGHT: Attila Vegh vs. Zelg Galesic
DATE: June 22
CARD: Bellator 71
VENUE: Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort
LOCATION: Chester, West Virginia
RESULT: Vegh R1 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAMania)
Round one: Both fighters come out and exchange jabs. They clinch and Galesic gets the takedown. Both are aggressive to open up. Back to the feet and Galesic sprints after Vegh with some strikes. Vegh covers up and drops Galesic with a short right hand. Vegh takes his back and locks in a rear-naked choke and Galesic is in trouble. It’s tight and Galesic taps a minute into the opening frame. Wow, very impressive victory from Vegh.
VIDEO:

http://www.mma-core.com/videos/fights/Attila_Vegh_vs_Zelg_Galesic_Bellator_71/10031090

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#171

FIGHT: Ivan Leandro Lima vs. Marcos Vinicius Sa Freire
DATE: March 17
CARD: Extreme Force MMA 1
VENUE: Fenart Exhibition Hall
LOCATION: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
RESULT: Freire R1 Submission (Armbar)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO: n/a
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#170

FIGHT: Derek Boyle vs. Shane Campbell
DATE: March 16
CARD: The Score Fighting Series 4
VENUE: Hamilton Place Theatre
LOCATION: Hamilton, Ontario
RESULT: Campbell UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 30-27 Campbell, 29-28 Campbell, 29-28 Campbell
MY SCORECARD: 29-29
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via TopMMAnews)
Rd1: Boyle comes right out and body locks Campbell, both men look for the toss to no avail. Campbell starts to works over Boyle’s lead leg with thunderous kicks. Boyle attempts. Flying knee but misses but comes down straight into a double leg that puts Campbell on the canvas albeit briefly. Again Boyle brings Campbell to the ground but again Campbell is right back up. Campbell pushes Boyle against the cage but can’t unleash from the Thai clinch and backs off. Boyle again looking for the double but Campbell reverses and winds up on top. Campbell backs off and let’s Boyle back to he’s feet where Boyle quickly lands a body lock takedown and finishes the round on top.

Rd2: Campbell comes out looking to strike but his kicks are missing the mark, Boyle ties up and is able to muscle Campbell to the canvas. Boyle transitions to side control but Campbell escapes and takes Boyle’s back. Campbell takes top position and lands some shots before being reversed by Boyle who ends up back in side control. Campbell escapes again back to his feet. Boyle right back into the body lock but can’t finish and they are separated. On the restart Campbell lands a teep kick on Boyle’s chin butBoyle doesn’t seem fazed. Campbell finishes off the round as the aggressor.

Rd3: Again Campbell looks to strike but Boyle dives across the ring and locks up on the body but can’t bring Campbell to the ground. Campbell switches it up and lands a take down of his own but let’s his opponent back to his feet. Campbell lands a leg kick to Boyle’s back leg that causes Boyle to briefly tumble to the mat. Boyle looks for take down but Campbell looks to counter with a Kimura but Boyle easily pulls his arm out. 30 seconds left and both men take centre cage to slug it out but both are gassed and a sloppy slug festival ensues, Boyle finishes off the round landing the last shot and looking for the takedown.
VIDEO: n/a
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#169

FIGHT: Louis Gaudinot vs. John Lineker
DATE: May 5
CARD: UFC on FOX: Diaz vs. Miller
VENUE: Izod Center
LOCATION: East Rutherford, New Jersey
RESULT: Gaudinot R2 Submission (Guillotine)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAWeekly)
Round 1: Both fighters come out firing, Lineker looking like he’s getting the better of the early exchanges, but not by much. They clinch up briefly, Gaudinot landing a couple knees to the body, but soon separate and start winging punches again, Lineker doing some good body work. Another flurry ensues, but Lineker landing some solid combinations. Lineker goes to town on Gaudinot’s ribs, winging hug hooking punches to his sides. Gaudinot has finally had enough and shoots and takes Lineker to the mat. In Lineker’s full guard, Gaudinot takes a few elbows to the head before finally getting in some shots of his own. Lineker ties up Gaudinot’s leg, working for a heel hook, but Gaudinot slips out and lands some ground and pound before the bell.

Round 2: Gaudinot opens with a solid combination, follows with a couple leg kicks. Lineker again starts to work on the body, landing heavy hooks to the ribs. Lineker unleashes a flurry, mixing it up from body to head and adding in a knee to the chin. Gaudinot, reeling from the attack, clinches and press Lineker to the fence. Lineker escapes and starts walking Gaudinot down, swinging the entire way. Gaudinot is firing back, but Lineker is the busier fighter, again mixing in a couple knees. Gaudinot though moves in and takes Lineker down and immediately starts ground and pounding from inside Lineker’s guard. Lineker is striking off his back, firing elbows. But Gaudinot keeps working his ground and pound, hammering Lineker’s ribs. Lineker goes after a leg again, but Gaudinot defends and drops a jackhammer of left hands to Lineker’s face and follows with elbows. Lineker tries to get up, but Gaudinot locks on a guillotine. Lineker picks him up and puts him back down on the mat, but Gaudinot holds onto the choke until Lineker goes completely out.
VIDEO:

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#168

FIGHT: Carlos Eduardo vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima
DATE: April 26
CARD: Shooto Brazil 29
VENUE: Hebrew Social and Sports Club
LOCATION: Rio de Janeiro
RESULT: Eduardo R2 KO
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO: n/a
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#167

FIGHT: Mark Bocek vs. Rafael dos Anjos
DATE: November 17
CARD: UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit
VENUE: Bell Centre
LOCATION: Montreal, Quebec
RESULT: dos Anjos UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 30-27 dos Anjos, 30-27 dos Anjos, 30-27 dos Anjos
MY SCORECARD: 30-27 dos Anjos
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via Fighters.com)
Round 1: Bocek forward early, but dos Anjos interested in clinch fighting.dos Anjos doing a lot of dancing, but jumping in and out to strike. Bocek ducks for a takedown but dos Anjos defends it. Bocek has dos Anjos against the fence, and committed to the takedown. dos Anjos landing huge knees and Bocek forced to let go. Bocek throwing looping punches, that don’t seem to land on dos Anjos. Bocek crowds dos Anjos and gets him back up against the cage, but again dos Anjos fights out and starts to land more shots. dos Anjos throws a kick, and Bocek dives right back in for the takedown. Bocek can’t get it to the floor.

Round 2: dos Anjos clearly the fresher fighter and Bocek comes out and lands a kick right to the groin of dos Anjos. Back to fighting, Bocek still coming forward, and now dos Anjos gets the takedown. Bocek is bleeding from the mouth. In a scramble, dos Anjos has a hold of a kimura, but Bocek scrambles out of it. Bocek is cut under his right eye, and he scrambles to his feet. dos Anjos is just pushing around Bocek on the feet. Bocek dives for a takedown. dos Anjos defends and gets one of his own. dos Anjos is on Bocek’s back beating him like a drum, and trying to take his back. Bocek scrambles to his feet, and dos Anjos pulls him right back down.

Round 3: dos Anjos clearly the fresher fighter, but Bocek is game and coming forward. dos Anjos defending the takedowns effortlessly. Bocek can’t get it down. dos Anjos picks up Bocek and slams him down. Bocek took a few punches and scrambled back up. Still all dos Anjos. Bocek is avoiding shots going straight back, and thats probably not smart against dos Anjos. dos Anjos now landing combinations when he’s coming forward. Bocek has no answer for dos Anjos. Ref breaks up the stalemate, and both coming forward. dos Anjos is still looking like he can run a race.
VIDEO:

http://www.mmavideos.pl/video/mark-bocek-vs-rafael-dos-anjos-ufc-154

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#166

FIGHT: Chris Coggins vs. Nick Newell
DATE: April 13
CARD: XFC 17: Apocalypse
VENUE: Oman Arena
LOCATION: Jackson, Tennessee
RESULT: Newell MD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 28-28, 29-28 Newell, 29-28 Newell
MY SCORECARD: 27-27
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via ProMMANow)
Round 1 – Big kick by Newell to start. Coggins unloads with a right hand. He then lands a kick right up the middle. Coggins is warned and the fight is back on after the low blow. Coggins is feinting with his kick, then unleashes a nice punch-kick combo. Newell clinches, and works Coggins to the mat for his first takedown. Newell with a left elbow from the top. Coggins is looking for an opening for a submission. Great control by Newell, he lands some shots, then goes for a heel hook. He drops to his back and is looking to finish. It’s tight. Coggins fights free but has Newell all over him against the cage. Newell lands to the body with a right hand. Coggins scores with a left from this back. Coggins working some rubber guard now trying to control the left arm of Newell. He goes for the arm now, but Newell recognizes the danger and pulls free. Nice right hands from Newell from the top. This kid has nice top control. Coggins is staying busy from his back, firing off short elbows that are landing. More elbows from Coggins on the bottom. Newell comes back with right hands to the body. Coggins goes for the armbar with less than 10 seconds to go. He’s cranking, but time runs out.

Round 2 – Touch of gloves. They exchange kicks and Coggins then shoots in and scores a takedown. Newell looks to sweep but is shut down by Coggins. After a scramble, Coggins is in the full guard of Newell. Coggins scores with a left hand, then dives in with a big right. Newell fires off an elbow, then uses the cage to stand. Coggins takes his back and is looking for the rear naked choke. Newell stands with Coggins on his back. Newell drops to the mat trying to shake Coggins off. Coggins still has his back. He’s striking to open up the choke. Coggins still looking for the rear naked choke. He has it and it looks very tight. Newell is hanging tough but the choke is tight. Somehow he survives. Wow! He’s not out of danger just yet though. Coggins still has control from his back. Newell stands again with Coggins on his back throttling the choke. They hit the mat and somehow Newell is still surviving. The heart on this guy to survive that choke again. 20 seconds to go. Newell survives to see round 3. Coggins takes round 2.

Round 3 – Nick scores with a big right hand. He follows up with a kick. Coggins comes back with a left hand, then drives for a takedown. Newell locks up a guillotine and takes the fight to the mat. Coggins defends, rolls to his knees and is out of trouble. North-South and Newell still has the neck of Coggins. Newell scrambles to take the back, but Coggins gets his back on the mat and retains full guard. Newell on top now. Coggins working for wrist control on the right arm of Newell. Newell goes to work on the body now with right hands. Short hammerfist from Newell. Newell with an elbow from the top. Coggins is trying to use the cage to get to his feet but is getting smothered by Newell. Ground and pound now from Newell. Coggins is landing with right hands from his back but Newell is grinding him out from the top. After a stall, the referee stands them up. They exchange kicks after the restart. Again. Newell snatches a single and puts Coggins on his back again. Coggins throws his legs up for a last second submission but it’s not to be.
VIDEO:

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#165

FIGHT: Manny Gamburyan vs. Michihiro Omigawa
DATE: August 4
CARD: UFC on FOX: Shogun vs. Vera
VENUE: Staples Center
LOCATION: Los Angeles, California
RESULT: Gamburyan UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 29-28 Gamburyan, 29-28 Gamburyan, 30-27 Gamburyan
MY SCORECARD: 29-28 Omigawa
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAWeekly)
Round 1: They touch gloves and Gamburyan presses forward stalking Omigawa. Gamburyan lands an outsid leg kick. Omigawa switching stances and circling on the outside. Gamburyan jumps in with a flying knee. Omigawa answers with an outside leg kick. Omigawa lands a left hand that knocks Gamburyan down but he quickly gets back to his feet. Gamburyan goes back to stalking. Gamburyan lands a right hook to the chin of Omigawa. He ducks down and lands a straight right to the body. Omigawa lands a right hand. Gamburyan is moving back now. Gamburyan looks for a high kick but it doesn’t land. They exchange and Gamburyan lands a right hand. Gamburyan goes to the body. Omigawa goes to the body. Omigawa moving forward. Gamburyan drops down looking to get the fight to the ground but Omigawa fends it off. They round ends.

Round 2: Omigawa takes the center and lands a left hand. Gamburyan lands a right hand. The pace has picked up. Omigawa pressing forward with Gamburyan circling on the outside. Gamburyan shoots in for a takedown. He presses Omigawa against the cage. Gamburyan working hard for the takedown. He gets it but Omigawa immediately stands back up. Gamburyan picks him up and slams him to the canvas. Again, Omigawa immediately gets back to his feet. Gamburyan presses him against the cage and lands knees to the legs. Gamburyan drags him to the ground and takes Omigawa’s back. Omigawa gets back to full guard. Omigawa uses the fence to stand. Gamburyan works to get him back to the ground. Omigawa gets free and Gamburyan lands a right hand on the break. A minute remains in the round. The pace slows. Omigawa’s hands are low. He presses forward. Gamburyan misses with a high kick and the round ends.

Round 3: Round 3: They take the center of the cage. Omigawa picks up the pace. Gamburyan lands a head kick that hurts Omigawa. Gamburyan presses forward looking for a finish. Omigawa retreats. Gamburyan lands another high kick. Omigawa fires back. Omigawa stalks him and lands a flurry. Gamburyan lands a left hand counter. Omigawa pours it on. They clinch along the cage. They separate. Omigawa lands a straight left hand. Gamburyan delivers a nice right hand. Omigawa lands a counter shot. Omigawa continues to apply pressure. Gamburyan works for a takedown. He gets the single leg but Omigawa quickly gets back to his feet. Gamburyan works for another takedown. Omigawa looks for a guillotine choke. Gamburyan defends the submission attempt. Gamburyan elevates Omigawa and slams him to the canvas. Omigawa bounces back to his feet. Gamburyan stays on him and slams him back to the canvas. Omigawa gets up and has Gamburyan against the cage and works for a neck crank. he lets it go and Gamburyan gets up. Gamburyan misses with a head kick. The bell sounds.
VIDEO: n/a
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#164

FIGHT: Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen
DATE: July 7
CARD: UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen II
VENUE: MGM Grand Garden Arena
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
RESULT: Silva R2 TKO
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via StudioMMA)
Round 1: As the men converge, Anderson looks for a knockout punch immediately, but Chael ducks under for a power double. And, 5 seconds into the fight, Anderson is on his butt with Chael in his guard. De ja vu all over again. Chael, of course, looking for the ground and pound. He’s active and trying to take Anderson to the fence. Anderson with outstanding posture control. Chael throwing to the body and head, but no damage yet. Anderson using butterfly guard. Chael looking to pass, but can’t. Half guard now. Chael with some wrist control. Perhaps looking for a kimura or americana. Anderson holding tight, not giving Chael room to generate any power. Silva is deceptively strong. He look for a sweep, but no go. Chael still on top. Smacking the sides of Silva’s head now. Knees to the body from Chael, but with little effect. Anderson with the gable grip, refusing to let Chael posture. Chael throws some bombs that miss. Anderson throws up a leg for a triangle, but no. Chael throwing short rights, but really no damage. The crowd wants the fight stood back up, but Yves isn’t playing that game. Wrist control by Anderson. Chael ineffective with his G-n-P here. Chael MOUNTS ANDERSON! 45 seconds left and Chael looking to pound. Shoulder strikes. Anderson calm. Chael needs to capitalize on this mount, but he can’t so far. Anderson holds on. Dominant round from Chael, but almost no damage to Anderson.

Round 2: They converge and Anderson is more elusive. Chael throws a few lead hooks before pushing Spider to the cage. They clinch and Anderson defends with his back to the cage. Anderson grabs a single but does not execute. Chael with some knees, but Anderon is fine. Great TDD from the champ. Chael drops for a double and Anderson defends remarkably. They move away from the cage. Anderson connects with two sharp rights that make the challenger retreat! The second one rocked Chael’s head back. Now Anderson drops his hand and walks backward as Chael follows him across the cage. Chael takes the bait. And as Sonnen attacks Anderson throws a blazing right counter hook to the chin. Chael looks stunned. Another combo and a right lands for Spider. Chael backs off. He looks disoriented. I think the challenger is hurt! Chael drives in for a wild double-leg attempt, but Anderson’s takedown defense is beautiful. They are against the cage now. Chael tries for a trip, but no go. Chael jumps in for a WILD spinning back fist that Anderson dodges. Chael stumbles to the ground. He must have been hurt by those right hands earlier, because he is way off balance. Chael is on his butt against the cage as Anderson steps toward him, hands down. Anderson throws a brutal knee to Chael’s neck! Chael crumples to his side. Anderson on top pounding! Huge right hands to the temple. Chael back up and very wobbly, wounded, flailing. Anderson drops Sonnen! Chael in a fetal position as Anderson pounds on him, throwing huge right hands! This could be it!
VIDEO:

http://www.fightvideomma.com/2012/07/anderson-silva-vs-chael-sonnen-2-fight.html

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#163

FIGHT: Benson Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar
DATE: August 11
CARD: UFC 150: Henderson vs. Edgar II
VENUE: Pepsi Center
LOCATION: Denver, Colorado
RESULT: Henderson SD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 48-47 Henderson, 48-47 Henderson, 49-46 Edgar
MY SCORECARD: 49-48 Edgar
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMARising)
Round 1: The fighters traded leg kicks early on and Henderson countered a one-two with a left cross. Henderson landed a hard leg kick and followed with another one soon after. Edgar tagged him with a right hand, but Henderson dropped Edgar to a knee with a third leg kick. Edgar latched onto Henderson’s leg, but Henderson broke free. Edgar landed a leg kick of his own and threw punching combinations, but came up short. A lead right hook landed for Henderson and he switched his stance repeatedly. Henderson scored with a knee to the body, but Edgar answered back with a right hand and a leg kick. Henderson threw a leg kick and locked on a tight guillotine choke as Edgar took him down. Edgar made it to the bell.

Round 2: Henderson scored with another hard kick to Edgar’s lower leg in the second round and Edgar snuck in a short right hand counter. He caught a kick from Henderson and landed one to the body. Henderson attempted an axe kick and landed a leg kick. Edgar landed two big right hands and dropped Henderson against the cage. Edgar locked on a power guillotine choke and Henderson rolled to escape. Edgar kept him down on the ground and landed a knee as Henderson scrambled up. He landed another one and Henderson backed away. An exchange of right hooks followed and Henderson tried for a takedown. Edgar landed a right hook and Henderson answered with a body kick.

Round 3: Both fighters landed solid punches in the opening minute of round three and Henderson scored with a knee to the body. He remained aggressive with jabs and quick punches were exchanged in close. Edgar ducked under a right hook and landed a three-punch flurry. Edgar threw a series of leg kicks and caught one from Henderson. In the final 40 seconds, both fighters landed leg kicks and Henderson followed with a right hook. Very close round.

Round 4: Henderson landed a kick and a knee to the body in round four. Edgar flurried with punches and countered a hard leg kick with a right cross. Edgar landed a leg kick of his own and tripped Henderson to the mat. Henderson landed a head kick from the ground and Edgar worked to secure a guillotine choke. Edgar landed a knee to the body, but Henderson stood up. A right hook scored for Edgar and he remained active with his punches. Henderson jabbed and knocked out Edgar’s mouthpiece. Time was called to replace it and quick punches were exchanged after the restart. Edgar landed a right hook over the top and a leg kick. A stiff jab found the mark for Henderson, but Edgar fired right back with a right hand. A nice right hook landed for Edgar in the final seconds.

Round 5: Edgar began round five with a nice right hand and he knocked Henderson off-balance to his back with a lunging right soon after. Henderson quickly stood and Edgar kicked at his legs. A one-two scored for Henderson and Edgar pressed forward with another lead right hook. Henderson snapped Edgar’s head back with a left cross and he countered a leg kick with another one-two. The fighters exchanged punches in close and Edgar broke away with a right hook. He dropped Henderson to a knee with two leg kicks, but Henderson stood and landed a knee to the body. Edgar ducked under a left from Henderson and flurried to the head and body. Henderson cracked him with a hard left hand, but Edgar battled back with more quick punches. Edgar missed with a head kick and Henderson landed one in return.
VIDEO:

http://www.fightvideomma.com/2012/08/ben-henderson-vs-frankie-edgar-2-fight.html

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#162

FIGHT: Nick Catone vs. TJ Waldburger
DATE: December 15
CARD: UFC TUF 16 Finale
VENUE: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
RESULT: Waldburger R2 Submission (Triangle Choke)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY:
Round 1: The two fighters instantly clinch and split. Waldburger threatens with a head kick and then shoots, but Catone sprawls and locks in a front headlock. Catone transitions to the back, but Waldburger reverses, flips, scrambles and ends up putting Catone to the fence. Catone has a brief takedown, but Waldburger gets back standing. Waldburger then locks up a standing kimura attempt, and does some crazy gymnastics with his leg to drag Catone to the ground. Catone escapes and stands back up, and lands a big drop-down punch, and presses Waldburger to the cage. Catone bullies himself to Waldburger’s back and the fight goes to the ground and again, Catone has control of Waldburger’s back. The horn sounds shortly after. A close round with very little damage. That said, Catone twice found himself on Waldburger’s back, and that’s important.

Round 2: In the opening seconds of the second round, Waldburger lands a big punch and goes for a guillotine. Catone escapes but Waldburger slaps on a triangle choke. He tightens it up and Catone ends up going to sleep. A surprising, but great, end to the fight.
VIDEO:

http://mmaversus.com/2012/12/16/tj-waldburger-vs-nick-catone-fight-video-ufc-on-fx/

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#161

FIGHT: David McAfee vs. Jesse Chaffin
DATE: September 21
CARD: XFL Xtreme Fight Night 9
VENUE: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
LOCATION: Catoosa, Oklahoma
RESULT: Chaffin R3 Submission (Guillotine)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO: (34:00 mark)

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDYxNjQzNDcy.html

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#160

FIGHT: Denniston Sutherland vs. Leeroy Barnes
DATE: September 15
CARD: BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner
VENUE: Wembley Arena
LOCATION: London, England
RESULT: Sutherland UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 30-27 Sutherland, 30-27 Sutherland, 30-27 Sutherland
MY SCORECARD: 30-27 Sutherland
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAValor)
Round 1: Both men come out throwing hard single shots early, with limited success. Barnes lands a combination and an awkward jump knee before pushing Sutherland to the cage and working for a takedown. Sutherland muscles in a guillotine and turns him against the cage, but loses the submission and the position. Both men trade hard shots against the fence and Sutherland goes for the guillotine again while landing knees to the body. The hold is lost and Barnes circles out, throwing more wild hooks and a jumping knee. Barnes pressuring against the fence and hits a high crotch takedown into side control with two minutes left. Sutherland stalls the fight and muscles out of side control and to his feet, landing knees to the head and body. Barnes eats the shots and rolls for a sloppy kneebar, but misses and winds up with Sutherland in his half guard. Sutherland working short elbows and an Americana, but Barnes sweaty arm slips out of his hand. Barnes muscles back to his feet with a lumbering turn and Sutherland pushes him to the fence before locking on another guillotine, then rolling to his back, but it’s nowhere near sunk.

Round 2: Barnes opens with a mid kick and catches a punch from Sutherland, who then goes for a high crotch takedown, but settles for a trip. Barnes working a kimura from bottom side control before Sutherland pulls his arm out and goes for one of his own. This is a total slop fest of grappling as Barnes simply stands up from bottom side control and slams Sutherland directly into mount. Barnes forces Sutherland to turn to his side briefly, but he thinks better of it and stays in mount with Barnes throwing sporadic elbows and punches from top. Sutherland turns to his side and establishes half guard, where Barnes grabs an arm in guillotine, but gives up position for a loose submission attempt. Sutherland is working from top half guard now and throwing vicious elbows, forcing Barnes to turtle and allowing his opponent into quarter position. Barnes stands up and goes for another weak rolling kneebar, but Sutherland doesn’t move, instead dropping down and punching the clearly winded Barnes. Barnes regains his guard, but he’s being battered and ends the round with Sutherland elbowing him from quarter position.

Round 3: Barnes is battered but still in the fight, throwing jabs and hanging back. Sutherland is leaping forward with looping punches and grabs for another high crotch takedown, but is stuffed. Sutherland grabs another loose guillotine and lets it go as Barnes inexplicably gives up his back, and then sits down on the mat for a bizarre takedown. Sutherland begins raining body knees to the very gassed Barnes and allowed him off the hook so he can work more knees from the clinch. Barnes surges back with wild punches, and actually throws himself to the mat by overextending, where Sutherland moves to quarter and works punches and elbows. Barnes stands and starts trading, but breaks off the attack to hit a double leg. Sutherland stands up out of it and Barnes goes for a fireman’s carry but collapses in mid-attempt as Sutherland continues to elbow to the body, finishing the round on top for a clear win.
VIDEO: n/a
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#159

FIGHT: Casey Dyer vs. Phil Harris
DATE: March 16
CARD: Cage Warriors Fight Night 4
VENUE:
LOCATION: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
RESULT: Harris UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 30-27 Harris, 30-27 Harris, 30-27 Harris
MY SCORECARD: 30-28 Harris
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO:

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#158

FIGHT: Charles Oliveira vs. Jonathan Brookins
DATE: June 1
CARD: UFC TUF 15 Finale
VENUE: Palms Casino Resort
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
RESULT: Oliveira R2 Submission (Anaconda Choke)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via Fightline)
Round 1: Oliveira goes for a couple of hard leg kicks that have a lot of pop. The Brazilian has a lot more bounce to his step as the two clinch and exchange a couple of knees. Big knee from Oliveira that almost lands but Brookins latches on and get the takedown. Brookins now contemplating moving into Oliveira’s guard but needs to be careful. The two go back to the feet. Oliveira lands a huge overhand right that rattles Brookins momentarily. Another series of rights sends Brookings spiraling but the two trade blows against the cage. Nice matchup here but it seems Oliveira is a little more skilled on the feet as Brookins keeps his hands low and eats more punches. First round ends as the two embrace in an exciting start to the bout.

Round 2: Oliveira goes for a front kick ala Anderson Silva but misses. The more comfortable he gets the more he is favored here but Brookins swarms with a series of strikes of his own. The two clinch against the cage as they battle for position. Oliveira gets a big takedown and falls into the former TUF champ’s guard. Oliveira now has a guillotine locked up on him and continues to crank on the neck. Slick submission there as he closes out the fight.
VIDEO:

http://fightnext.com/video/DDWGD791M479/Jonathan-Brookins-vs-Charles-Oliveira–TUF-15-Finale

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#157

FIGHT: Chris Clements vs. Keith Wisniewski
DATE: April 21
CARD: UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans
VENUE: Philips Arena
LOCATION: Atlanta, Georgia
RESULT: Clements SD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 29-28 Wisiniewski, 29-28 Clements, 29-28 Clements
MY SCORECARD: 29-28 Clements
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via 5th Round)
1stRound: Wisniewski gets a body lock and drags him to the ground. He immediately moves to side control. Wisniewski drops an elbow that cuts Clements. He advances to full mount. Wisniewski now takes his back. Referee inexplicably stands them up. Clements folds him over with a spinning back kick to the midsection.

2ndRound: Wisniewski trips him to the mat and lands in side control. Clements wall walks to his feet. He nails Wisniewski with a big right hand. Clements eats a front kick to the face in return. Clements clocks him with a right and follows up with another back kick to the stomach. Wisniewski plants him on the ground and takes his back. He’s attempting a rear-naked choke. Although he’s caught in a body triangle, Clements clobbers him with some back elbows.

3rdRound: Wisniewski immediately goes for a takedown, but Clements does a solid job of fighting him off. Clements nails him with a big right hand and left hook. He connects with another spinning back kick to the body. Wisniewski is just eating all of these shots with no problem. Clements unleashes a spinning back fist and knee to the grill that floors Wisniewski.
VIDEO: n/a
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#156

FIGHT: Allan Nascimento vs. Terry Acker
DATE: July 13
CARD: Legacy Fighting Championship 12
VENUE:
LOCATION: Houston, Texas
RESULT: Nascimento R3 Submission (Kneebar)
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via ProMMANow)
Round 1 – Nascimento is undefeated at 5-0. Acker is also undefeated. Bantamweight action. Inside leg kick from Nascimento. Left from Acker. Leg kick Nascimento. Jab, then leg kick. Acker catches a kick, tries to get the takedown, but Nascimento drops him with a punch. Acker seems okay, gets right up, clinched, backs up. Right hand from Acker. Leg kick Nascimento. Clinch, takedown from Acker, lands in side control. Knee to the ribs from Acker. Nascimento holding on to the neck of Acker. Acker now in half guard on top. Nascimento makes it to the feet, high kick. One two from Acker. Jab. Leg kick from Nascimento goes high to the groin and time is called. Leg kick from Nascimento, eats a counter right. Big leg kick from Nascimento. Nascimento connects with punches, clinches up with a body lock before the bell.

Round 2 – Leg kick Nascimento, right counter from Acker. Right from Nascimento. Acker catches a leg and dumps Nascimento hard on his back, landing in side control. Acker looks for an arm lock, Nascimento goes for a leg lock and Acker escapes to his feet. Leg kick Nascimento. One two from Acker. Left hand from Acker backs his opponent up. Jab from Acker, left hook. Left right counter. Clinch, presses Nascimento to the cage. Body shots and dirty boxing from Acker. Knee to the body. And another body lock takedown. He stands over Nascimento, kicks his leg, again, again. Up kicks from Nascimento backs Acker up momentarily. More kicks to the legs from Acker. Ref lets Nascimento up. Left hand Acker, again, then a left right. High kick from Nascimento. Acker lands a nice right left. Nascimento fires back and connects too. Acker pushes him to the cage with some dirty boxing. Knees from Acker to the body. Body punches.

Round 3 – Nascimento swings wild and misses. Acker counters nicely. Leg kick from Nascimento, again. Acker shoots, stuffed. Left counter from Acker, countering a leg kick. Acker clinches, pushes him to the cage. They struggle for position. Acker with underhooks, knees to the body. Elbow from Nascimento. More knees to the body from Acker, body clinch takedown. Nascimento turtles. Acker with body shots as he rides his back. Nascimento rolls for a knee bar, it’s tight. Acker tries to get out of it but… put a for in em’ — Nascimento moves to 6-0. Great comeback from Nascimento as he was definitely behind on the cards.
VIDEO:

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#155

FIGHT: Anton Kuivanen vs. Mitch Clarke
DATE: July 21
CARD: UFC 149: Faber vs. Barao
VENUE: Scotiabank Saddledome
LOCATION: Calgary, Alberta
RESULT: Kuivanen UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 29-28 Kuivanen, 29-28 Kuivanen, 29-28 Kuivanen
MY SCORECARD: 30-29 Kuivanen
PLAY-BY-PLAY:
Round one: Both men come out jabbing as they engage on the feet. Clarke lands a left hand before looking to take the fight to the ground. Kuivanen does well to stave off the grappling attack as he gets his back against the cage. Kuivanen gets back to his feet but Clarke dumps him back to the ground. Clarkes takes control in half-guard. Kuivanen get back to his feet before securing a takedown of his own. Clarke recovers guard. Clarke gets his feet on the hips and looks to attack with an arm-bar. Kuivanen slips out. Clarke attacks with a deep arm-bar, rolling Kuivanen to his back, but lets go in favour of top position. Clarke takes Kuivanen’s back. Kuivanen shakes his opponent off and recovers guard. Clarke ends the round on top.

Round two: The two men begin the second round with thirty seconds exchanging tentatively on the feet before Clarke looks for a takedown. Clarke looks for a takedown and secures a single leg. Kuivanen scrambles and secures top position but Clarke attacks with a kimura and retakes top position. Both men look to stand but Kuivanen drags Clarke back down as he has hold of his neck. Kuivanen looks for a choke but Clarke survives and gets back to his feet. This time Kuivanen rolls Clarke with the kimura and winds up in top position. Kuivanen looks to stand but Clarke has hold of a knee-bar. Kuivanen drops to the ground after eating an up-kick to the face and both men look for leg based submissions. Kuivanen with a big strike to the face from 50/50 position.

Round three: Simular start to the third round as what we’ve seen previously. Clarke looks for a takedown but Kuivanen reverses the situation and secures a takedown of his own. Kuivanen looks to pull guard with a guillotine but Clarke escapes. Kuivanen takes control in top position and pounds away from the half-guard of Clarke. Clarke attacks with a kimura from the bottom but Kuivanen pulls free and lands a left hand. Clarke gets back to his feet and looks for a takedown but Kuivanen stuffs it and looks to land a knee from the clinch. Clarke continues to look for the takedown but is punished for his trouble and Kuivanen takes control on top. Big shots from Kuivanen as he postures up. Clarke attacks the legs again of Kuivanen but the Finn stays clear of danger. The two men get to their feet in the final seconds and Kuivanen lands a big knee.
VIDEO: n/a
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#154

FIGHT: Alex Caceres vs. Edwin Figueroa
DATE: February 4
CARD: UFC 143: Condit vs. Diaz
VENUE: Mandalay Bay Events Center
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
RESULT: Figueroa SD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 28-27 Caceres, 28-27 Figueroa, 28-27 Figueroa
MY SCORECARD: 28-28
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAmania)
Round one: Caceres with the front kick to the body. Caceres with the side kick, then a left hand to the head. Caceres is very busy and landing with frequency. Oh boy. Caceres just landed a very hard low kick that has Figueroa on the ground, writhing in pain. When the kick landed, it sounded like a clean-up hitter nailing a 100 m.p.h. fastball. Very sick. But he says he wants to continue. Crazy. Herb Dean goes over to give Caceres a “strong warning.” Caceres apologizes to Dean and Figueroa. Back to action. Figueroa rushes in and gets hit with a right hand to the head. Caceres lands a hard slapping kick to the body. Figueroa throws a right that misses and is countered by a straight right hand that sends him backwards. Three minutes left. Figueora lands a right head kick out of nowhere! This could be huge! Caceres is on his back. Figueroa puzzlingly lets him recover by not really doing all he can to drop down and finish. Caceres gets back up and ties him up against the fence. Two minutes left. Caceres gets the takedown. He has his back. He’s working to get hooks in and Figueroa slips out the back door. Back on their feet. Caceres trying to take his back from the standing position. He’s got it. He gets him down to the ground and is working for a neck crank. Figueroa escapes the submission but he’s still in a bad spot. One minute left and Caceres has him in the body lock. He transitions to full mount but he’s out. Back on the feet and Caceres takes his back again. Caceres is doing all he can to finish him but Figueroa looks like he’s going to make it out of this round, somehow. Very tough to score. Both fighters almost finished the other.

Round two: Caceres starts off with the side kick to the body. He throws another side kick, this time to the head. They’re exchanging wildly now, with Caceres getting the better of each back and forth. Good combination by Caceres who finishes with a head kick. Caceres is oing a great job of technically picking his shots and avoiding the big attempts by his opponent. Caceres with a good front kick to the body. Figueroa chases him down but Caceres is being evasive. And…there it is. Caceres nails him with another thunderous kick to the groin. He should probably lose a point this time and he’ll be fortunate to not be DQ’ed. Figueroa says he’s able to continue and in a huge turn of events, Herb Dean takes two points away from Alex Caceres. Caceres now looks like a man who feels like he needs a finish. Caceres with a big knee to the head. Caceres ties him up and grabs his neck, pulling him down to the ground. He’s got his back and is working for a choke. Lots of time left here with 2:08 to go in the round. Figueroa is in trouble. Caceres gets the body lock. He’s punishing him with punches to try and get him to succumb to the choke. Caceres is having a hard time getting under his chin. Figueroa rolls over and Caceres is trying for an armbar now. He transitions to the triangle. Not a ton of time left. He sinks it in. Thirty seconds left. Figueroa slips out.

Round three: Figueroa with the leg kick and Caceres slips a bit. Figueroa tries to jump on him but Caceres recovers and lands a straight right hand to the head. Figueroa throws a leg kick that misses badly. Caceres with a big spinning back kick to the side. Caceres fakes another spinning back kick and resolves to a side kick to the body. Figueroa throws a good inside leg kick but eats a left hand to the head in the process. Caceres blitzes him and takes his back, standing. He jumps to a standing back mount. He’s got both hooks in and is working for a finish. Figueroa, trying to be patient and not make a fight ending mistake. Two minutes to go. Caceres still having trouble getting under his chin. Figueroa drops down to the mat but Caceres is still on him. He’s got his back on the mat now, still trying voraciously to get the choke. Just over a minute to go. Figueroa reverses but finds him in a spot where Caceres could potentially secure the triangle. Figueroa rears back and lands a few punches. Figueroa drops down for a kneebar, but Caceres shakes it off instantly. Caceres has his back again and the clock expires in a position in which most of the fight was spent.
VIDEO:

http://mmaversus.com/2012/02/06/alex-caceres-vs-edwin-figueroa-fight-video-ufc-143/

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#153

FIGHT: Alonzo Martinez vs. Estevan Payan
DATE: January 7
CARD: Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine
VENUE: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
RESULT: Payan UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 30-27 Payan, 30-27 Payan, 30-27 Payan
MY SCORECARD: 30-27 Payan
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via MMAjunkie)
Round 1 – Referee Kim Winslow in charge of this 160-pound catchweight contest. Jabs traded early, and Martinez goes to work with leg kicks before firing heavy shots up top. Payan there to answer, and there’s a few big punches exchanged. Payan starting to get the best of a few early exchanges, but Martinez looks fine. Martinez firing big overhand shots, but Payan moving well and answering. Martinez shoots on a leg, but Payan is able to pull free. Two minutes into the round, and Payan is controlling the center. Combo fired, and big left lands for Payan. Martinez tries to answer, but Payan’s defense solid. Martinez kicks the body a few times, but Payan pushes him to the cage and continues to land heavy leather to the chin. Martinez was aggressive early, but he looks a bit tentative now. Payan lands a slapping kick to the thigh. Martinez drives in for a takedown, but Payan sprawls against the cage and eventually pulls free. Martinez really slowing in the closing minute. Payan flurries in the final seconds, and he takes the round on the MMAjunkie.com card.

Round 2 – Payan takes the center and goes to work with his hands. Martinez looks to counter. He’s shown a solid chin thus far but needs to turn the tide. Martinez mixes in a few kicks to the leg and body, but Payan scores with a crisp right that knocks Martinez’s mouthguard out. Jab lands for Payan. Martinez lands a kick to the cup, but Payan fights on. Martinez leaps in wildly, and Payan males him pay with a slick combination. Martinez looks stunned, and Payan blasts him with a knee. Somehow Martinez remains standing. Halfway into the frame. Payan continues to pepper his opponent with jabs and straight rights. Martinez’s face showing the damage. They clinch, and Martinez hits the deck on a little off-balance slip, but Payan pulls away. Martinez lands a sot to the body, but he continues to have his head snapped back with a crisp jab. Martinez loads up on a big overhand right but eats a crisp counter instead. It’s all Payan through two.

Round 3 – Touch of gloves to start the final round. Martinez firing kicks to open, and he lands to the leg and body. Payan still pressing forward with punches, and his jab and lead hook are extremely effective. Payan’s corner wants him to turn up the volume, and he obliges with a few big hooks. Martinez trying to counter, but it remains Payan with the biggest punches. Payan holds the center of the cage and is picking his opponent apart. Martinez tries for a takedown, but Payan snuffs it out. A second attempt falls short, as well. Two minutes remain. Martinez is flashing a little southpaw, but nothing he’s trying is slowing Payan down. Corner wants more aggression from Martinez. He lands to the body and then again to the chin with a right hand. A lead left scores as well. Martinez’s chin is impressive, but that’s never a good thing to brag about. He’s simply taking too many punches. Payan continues to push forward until the final bell, and he takes the frame on the MMAjunkie.com card
VIDEO:

http://www.fightvideomma.com/2012/01/estevan-payan-vs-alonzo-martinez-fight.html

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#152

FIGHT: Akhmet Aliev vs. Viktor Halmi
DATE: December 16
CARD: Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 9
VENUE: Dynamo Sports Palace
LOCATION: Moscow, Russia
RESULT: Aliev R3 KO
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: n/a
MY SCORECARD: n/a
PLAY-BY-PLAY: n/a
VIDEO:

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#151

FIGHT: Heather Jo Clark vs. Stephanie Eggink
DATE: December 7
CARD: XFC 21: Night of Champions 2
VENUE: Nashville Municipal Auditorium
LOCATION: Nashville, Tennessee
RESULT: Eggink UD
JUDGES’ SCORECARD: 29-28 Eggink, 30-27 Eggink, 30-27 Eggink
MY SCORECARD: 30-28 Eggink
PLAY-BY-PLAY: (via ProMMANow)
Round 1 – Eggink takes the center of the cage. Clark comes forward and throws a flurry of right hands. The last one connects. Big winging right hand counter lands for Clark as Eggink throws her jab. Nice straight jab from Eggink. Eggink is working to establish her jab, throwing straight punches. To the clinch now. Eggink puts Clark on the cage. Short left hand inside scores for Eggink. She’s working hard to get this fight to the mat. They are battling on the cage. Inside knee from Eggink. Clark fires back with knees. They break. Big exchange in the middle of the cage. Eggink with a nice straight jab, then leg kick. Clark is landing with more power in the exchanges. Back to the clinch now. Clark lands with a nice knee inside and works to drag Eggink to the ground. Eggink ends up on her back and immediately goes for the arm bar. It looks tight. Clark rolls to free her arm but is still in trouble. Clark steps over as time winds down on the round. Close round.

Round 2 – Eggink bouncing around the cage. She lands a lead left hook as Clark steps in throwing. Eggink with the leg kick. Clark is circling, then leans in with a winging right hand. Clark steps in and gets an early takedown. Eggink did really nice work from her back late in the first round. She looks really comfortable here. She’s looking for an arm again. Clark stacks her and is out of trouble. Eggink transitions to the triangle now. It looks super tight. Clark somehow survives and rolls out of trouble. Clark is now in side control, no, half guard as Eggink sneaks a leg in. Eggink keeps working as Clark stands over her and is looking to reverse. Clark has head control as Eggink secures the leg and works two-on-one. Eggink scrambles to her feet and is standing over the guard of Clark. Clark goes for a leg and eats some shots from Eggink from the top. Eggink takes her back after a scramble, the transitions to the full mount. Clark rolls giving up her back. Eggink postures and lands some big shots from the top. She flattens her out and is landing big right hands from the top. Big shots as the round ends from Eggink. Dominating round for Eggink. Wow!!

Round 3 – Eggink working her jab early. Landing laser straight shots. Clark is stalking but Eggink is landing nice shots from the outside then circling out of range. Nice work form Eggink. Clark lands a kick but it’s clear that Eggink’s confidence is building as this fight goes on. Jab, body from Eggink. Clark steps in and lands a right hand. Clark’s face is clearly showing the damage that Eggink has inflicted. Great footwork from Eggink. She’s using great angles and not leaving much of a target for Clark. Double jab from Eggink. Clark finally lands a big shot, then closes, putting Eggink on the cage. Nice knees from the inside by Clark. Eggink reverses and punishes Clark with knees. Big left hook from Eggink. Clark lunges forward, and Eggink simply steps to the side and lands a flurry. Eggink avoids a takedown then they flurry to the bell.
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  1. Una Aclaracion , Oregon , no es ninguna cuadid, es Estado de Oregon, tan grande como Honduras,antes le pertenecia, el Estado de Washington ( que no es la capital de USA ,la cuadid de Washington ) estos dos estados estaban juntos y formaban el territorio de Oregon,los dividieron, surgiendo Estado de Oregon y Estado de Washington, la capital del estado de Oregon es:Portland, la capital del Estado de Washington es Olympia,el Estado de Washington es tan grande como Guatemala.En el Pacifico hay 3 estados : California, capital Sacramento,despues hacia el Norte esta Oregon y Washington, ( es el mismo mar de Choluteca,Amapala ) esta region, se conoce como el North West, NW,de Seattle,Washington, a la capital Washington,un avion jet se tarda 9 horas volando, porque Washington, la capital queda en el Atlantico, ( es el mismo mar de Puerto Cortes, Tela, Ceiba ) cerca del Rio Potomac, hay dos Washington entonces, Estado de Washington y la capital washington, lejanas unas de otras , GraciasEdgardo Bonilla

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