Villiante's fist got there first stopping his opponent while head kicking that was fun. Two RFA vets or was one in RFA and the other in Legacy? I don't know it's all starting to run together but Pettis pulls off a decision win. I was thinking boner boy aka Campuzano had it but never leave it to the judges... Jason High takes it in a strike a thon those guys went at it on the feet and ground.
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Perez in a nice fight lots of head hunting go mucha libre. Rick Story dominated in a stand up war but shouldn't be a surprise since he's been at Jacksons and training with St. Pierre. Thales with enough strikes and plenty of take down gets the win. Herman had more strikes but those take downs and control gave him the win. Cowboy is going to feather weight in style totally dominating Dunham and to put icing on the cake gets a triangle sub nice.
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Ali by unanimous he was tagging Elliot who's tough as hell but didn't do enough offensively. Tyrone Woodly by K.O man that dude is a monster and Koshcheck may be headed to WSOF... Robbie takes it sadly Rory doesn't appear to be ready to be the champ.
How do you beat the champ so hard he decides to retire, but not get the belt?
Fucken Rory. I really think he has fallen victim to the tri-star effect. Conservative game plans and total risk aversion. Hard to watch but he deserved that loss.
GSP-Hendrix: Holy ****. Good fight. Glad i wasnt a judge!
I'd say other than round 2 going to Hendricks and round 5 going to GSP, the other rounds could have gone either way. Round 4 I'd err on the side of Hendricks, but I don't even know about round 1 or 3. I was kinda buzzed watching the fight, however, so a replay might change my mind.
Hendricks did well. He clearly upped his cardio, made his lead right a decent punch in its own right, and has developed a really nice knee. I think if he kept working those in preparation for the rematch, and also went for the takedown a bit (not as an integral part of his strategy, but just to get GSP worried about it) he could definitely win the rematch (assuming you don't think he won this won, because it really could have gone either way).
I saw rounds 3-5 for GSP, but man did Hendricks do a hell of a job.
GSP's cardio carried him through the whole fight, while Hendricks tapered off severely in round 2.
And so much for the idea that Georges can't take a punch.
Also I think I hate Zihabi. If Georges had the instruction to unload punch combinations instead of being told "1-2 then shoot" we'd see a lot more dominance from him.
He hit Johny with a few really good shots, but immediately shot for the takedown when he had him hurt. If he instead knew how to tee off on him, he would have ended it with a hell of an exclamation.
That was awful. Hendricks beat the fucking **** out of GSP. I don't care who is responsible - the judges, the system, whatever....if you have a situation where a man can get his ass handed to him like that and still walk away with the belt, something's wrong.
Oh, and PLEASE get rid of the 125 lb division. It sucks balls and ass at the same time. There is nothing awesome about watching dudes fight when they're so tiny they can kick each other square in the chin 20 times and do zero damage.
I hate watching those runts with a giant passion. The only good thing about them is that they give me 15 minutes worth of munchkin jokes to entertain my friends with while they're being let down by the wee men on TV.
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