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    Dream 12 Results (SPOILERS!)

    Alistair Overeem def. James Thompson via submission (guillotine choke) R1
    Eddie Alvarez def. Katsunori Kikuno via submission (arm-triangle choke) R2
    Marius Zaromskis def. Myeon Ho Bae via KO (head kick) R1
    Kazushi Sakuraba def. Zelg Galesic via submission (kneebar) R1
    Katsuyori Shibata def. Tokimitsu Ishizawa via TKO (punches) R1
    Dong-Sik Yoon def. Tarec Saffiedine via split decision
    Yoshiro Maeda def. Chase Beebe via submission (rear-naked choke) R1
    Kuniyoshi Hironaka def. Won Sik "Parky" Park via TKO (eye injury) end of R1
    Tomoya Miyashita def. Keisuke Fujiwara via unanimous decision

    Well, overall I think the fights were pretty good, but most fights were pretty short. I was impressed that Sakuraba pulled out the victory there, especially since that fight probably would have been stopped earlier if it happened in the US. Zaromskis is looking better and better each time as well. I think that the white cage worked pretty well there too. Any thoughts on the fights?

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    I could have watched a Sakuraba fight last night instead of listening to people bitch over a mediocre night of UFC.
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    That single leg was beautiful, Saku is really my favorite grappler.However, he took lots of punishment AGAIN.The fight kinda left sour taste in my mouth because he got pretty messed up.

    Overeem is a beast.Beating the **** out of Aerts standing and submitting guys in MMA.This guy is really dangerous opponent for everyone now.

    Marius is a crazy mofo.I always support fighters who kick other fighters in the head.

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    YouTube - Zelg "Benkei" Galesic - Post-Fight Interview - 25.Oct.2009

    Reporter: "Sakuraba had the heel lock early, but you kept pounding on him. Was it not effective?"
    Zelg "Rush kekekek" Galesic: "Actually unfortunately for me it was very effective. He had the heel hook and I felt my leg snap, so I thought 'okay, it's snapped. no point in quitting now' so I kept hitting him. Then he switched to the toehold and I felt my ankle snap. No need to tap out, I keep pounding him. Then he snap my knee."

    jesus christ zelg
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    First Dream card I watched live. I'm glad I woke up at 2am to watch it.

    So many awesome moments:
    -Fujiwara wearing some kind of crazy mask, and then walking away from the ring because he couldn't see.
    -Maeda's sub
    -Micheal Shiavello saying "Dong Bar" a thousand times, also, after the knee to the groin, "right in the dong"
    -Sakuraba
    -Zaromskis KO, and coming out to "The Final Countdown"
    -Kikuno coming out to "We are the world"
    -James Thomsom singing Overeems walkout music
    -Overeem flying out of the ring.

    and I'm sure I missed some

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Cephalopod View Post
    YouTube - Zelg "Benkei" Galesic - Post-Fight Interview - 25.Oct.2009

    Reporter: "Sakuraba had the heel lock early, but you kept pounding on him. Was it not effective?"
    Zelg "Rush kekekek" Galesic: "Actually unfortunately for me it was very effective. He had the heel hook and I felt my leg snap, so I thought 'okay, it's snapped. no point in quitting now' so I kept hitting him. Then he switched to the toehold and I felt my ankle snap. No need to tap out, I keep pounding him. Then he snap my knee."

    jesus christ zelg
    Yeah, I knew by the way he was turning over, that his knee was either ripped up or he has some eddie bravo flexibility. Nasty!!

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    Zaromskis has a better backflip than a certain other welterweight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesperus View Post
    Zaromskis has a better backflip than a certain other welterweight...
    Pat Barry's got a good one too though.

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    Pat Barry is not the second coming of Mirko Christ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesperus View Post
    Pat Barry is not the second coming of Mirko Christ.
    Correct. Unlike Mirko, Barry is capable of coming back and winning a fight that he is initially losing.
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