9/27/2012 9:05pm, #1
UFC on Fuel TV 5: Stipe vs Struve - Sept. 29, 2012
UFC on Fuel TV 5
Sept. 29, 2012
Capital FM Arena
Stipe Miocic vs. Stefan Struve
Dan Hardy vs. Amir Sadollah
Paul Sass vs. Matt Wiman
Che Mills vs. Duane Ludwig
Brad Pickett vs. Yves Jabouin
Andy Ogle vs. Akira Corassani
John Maguire vs. John Hathaway
Kyle Kingsbury vs. Jimi Manuwa
Gunnar Nelson vs. Damarques Johnson
Tom Watson vs. Brad Tavares
Jason Young vs. Robert Peralta
FULL FIGHT: Stipe Miocic vs. Shane Del Rosario
Fight starts about 6:00 in
FULL FIGHT: Stefan Struve vs. Lavar Johnson
Fight starts 7:00
Watch UFC®: Struve vs. Miocic LIVE in most parts of the world on UFC.TV 4PM EST /1PM PST
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9/28/2012 4:04am, #2
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Got Struve, Pickett and Hathaway in a parlay. I get my money back five times if they all win. Little bit worried about Miocic's power, but I think Struve takes this via sub.
9/29/2012 3:32pm, #3
Free online fights, cause you shouldn't be watching them on sucky facebook, were great. I really wanted Tom Watson to win coming from Bamma and all but he did at least show he's UFC material. Jim Manuwa he does know he won right just a little celebration from that stoic demeanor please...
9/29/2012 5:04pm, #4
Oh damn Jaboin got KNOCKED THE **** OUT!
9/29/2012 5:06pm, #5
"One Punch" Pickett was as good as his nickname. Wow. What a punch.
9/29/2012 5:36pm, #6
Dan Hardy is officially back for all those who were wondering.
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9/29/2012 6:02pm, #7
Herb Dean was too slow to stop the Struve - Miocic bout. Stipe realised he was over-matched and in trouble and was looking for a way out. When his legs went, it was all over and I thought Dean should have jumped in.
Still, looks like no harm done.
9/29/2012 6:02pm, #8
Took Sturve some time but he let go and got a KO and on that note ufc on fuel 5 is in the bag good times folks.
9/30/2012 7:52am, #9
Jaboin was out before he hit the ground, and yet, Pickett got to land two or three strikes more. While it was probably without consequence this time, some day, that **** is going to kill or cripple somebody.
9/30/2012 8:58am, #10
Sad, but necessary. When your livelihood depends on your ability to make people unconscious, it's a good idea to make quite sure they're actually unconscious before waltzing away and declaring yourself a winner.
If not, you might end up like Barry did against Kongo - after the latter got dropped like a sack of ****, he came back and managed to KO Barry while being seemingly out on his feet.