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    WEC: Donald Cerrone Vs. Ben Henderson - Sep-2-2009 9:00 PM ET

    Date: Sep-2-2009 9:00 PM ET
    Event Type: Versus - Live Event
    Location: Covelli Centre, OH


    On Wednesday, Sept. 2, World Extreme Cagefighting® brings its hard-hitting, explosive brand of mixed martial arts to one of the finest fight towns in the country. The best light weight fighters in the world will be on display when WEC invades the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH. In the main event, fan favorite Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone battles feared striker Ben Henderson in a bout that will crown the interim WEC lightweight champion.

    “The fight fans in Youngstown have a history of being some of the best in the country,” WEC General Manager Reed Harris said. “We’re happy to bring a championship fight and loaded card to our first trip to Ohio. We know the fans in Youngstown, and in surrounding areas like Cleveland and Pittsburgh, are anxious to see the WEC live.”

    Donald Cerrone Vs. Ben Henderson
    Richard Crunkilton Jr. Vs. Dave Jansen
    Damacio Page Vs. Akitoshi Tamura
    Alex Karalexis Vs. Anthony Pettis
    Raphael Assuncao Vs. Yves Jabouin
    Rafael Rebello Vs. Scott Jorgensen
    Wagnney Fabiano Vs. Erik Koch
    Eddie Wineland Vs. Manny Tapia
    Anthony Njokuani Vs. Muhsin Corbbrey
    Charlie Valencia Vs. Coty Wheeler
    Deividas Taurosevicius Vs. Mark Hominick

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    This looks like a pretty good card, Picks?
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    Damn, Cerrone vs. Henderson turned out to be an amazing bout. I'm in awe of Henderson's ability to resist submissions, although I was a little disappointed in the decision. I can't be too upset though; it was incredibly close. I've been a fan of Cerrone for a while and he's still one of my favorite guys to watch fight, but after tonight I can't wait to see another Henderson fight.
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    And once again the judges fail to recognize submission attempts from the bottom... great fight though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raging Monkey View Post
    And once again the judges fail to recognize submission attempts from the bottom... great fight though.
    Sad but true.
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    easily a fight of the year candidate, imo. i also thought cerrone took the first round, and thus the fight, and so does Varner, but apparently Cowboy is rather hard on himself, or gracious toward his very resilient opponent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzomalan View Post
    easily a fight of the year candidate, imo. i also thought cerrone took the first round, and thus the fight, and so does Varner, but apparently Cowboy is rather hard on himself, or gracious toward his very resilient opponent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From Bell2Bell View Post
    The link doesn't work.
    sorry, it's a link to mmajunkie about the post fight presser. i'll try posting the url itself.
    *edit: that worked even less.

    i basically googl'd "donald cerrone" and clicked on the first news link, titled: "Donald Cerrone on WEC 43 main event: Benson Henderson definitely won that fight"
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    WEC consistently puts on some of the best fights of the year.

    Cerrone/Henderson wasn't a bad decision; round 1 was really, really, really close and the rest of the fight was pretty clearly 2 rounds to Henderson and 2 rounds to Cerrone. The tendency is to think Cerrone was robbed because he won the last round clearly, but realistically each guy took two rounds clearly and one round was extremely even, so it's not surprising for the judges to see it either way. Certainly not a robbery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Cephalopod View Post
    WEC consistently puts on some of the best fights of the year.
    torres/mizugaki comes immediately to mind, despite frank mir's absurdly one-sided analysis/commentary.
    Cerrone/Henderson wasn't a bad decision; round 1 was really, really, really close and the rest of the fight was pretty clearly 2 rounds to Henderson and 2 rounds to Cerrone. The tendency is to think Cerrone was robbed because he won the last round clearly, but realistically each guy took two rounds clearly and one round was extremely even, so it's not surprising for the judges to see it either way. Certainly not a robbery.
    yeah. i thought it was weird all three judges scored it the same, but whatever, cerrone showed us that he is definitely up for championship level fights, in case he wasn't before.
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    Anybody else figure out why Henderson doesn't need to breathe, have blood flow to his brain, or have his joints go the right way to live? I think we should dissect him for the sake of medical science.
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