Discussion in 'Mixed Martial Arts' started by MattCMMA, Nov 17, 2012.
UFC 154 is beginning as we speak. Will update with more links as i find them. Enjoy
Please do!! I can't afford to order the fight, but would love to see it! If I can get an update once in awhile during the thing I will be more than happy!!
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DARREN ELKINS VS. STEVEN SILER
Round 1 - Referee Marc-Andre Cote refs this featherweight fight. Elkins leads with a jab, and they trade early. Siler favors a few hooks, but gets tagged on the counter. Elkins resets and advances while taking a leg kick. Counter brings landed shot for Elkins, who's doing well on the back end of exchanges. Elkins charges and the two hit the cage. Knees from Elkins. Siler works to escape but is stuffed. More knees land in close for Elkins, and he grabs a body lock for a takedown. Siler passes to side guard, but adjustment puts him in Siler's guard. Elkins postures up and fires down a punch, then stands overhead and lands a few more bombs. Siler misses upkick and gives up side mount briefly. Elkins back in half-guard, headlocks Siler's neck. Let's it go, and more ground and pound from Elkins. Siler kicks free and stands, but Elkins grabs him and takes him back to mat. Siler kicks off a punch and hints at triangle, and Elkins grabs his neck in a scramble. A few rolls, and Elkins still has the headlock. A few beats, and he lets it go as 10-second clapper sounds. A punch up top for Elkins ends the frame, which MMAjunkie.com scores 10-9 for Elkins.
Round 2 - Siler advances with a lower stance, and paws a jab. Elkins combo misses. Siler plants for a leg kick, and Elkins springs for takedown. Again, Elkins postures up and throws a few bombs. Siler kicks him off, but he's back in. Another sequence of the same, and Elkins takes the back as Siler attempts to right himself. He's got the position, but Siler escapes. They're up against the cage with Elkins working punches, and the two sink back to the mat. Hand-fighting. Elkins winging punches, and Siler attempting to defend from both choke and strikes. He wings an elbow and punch backward. 1:45 to go. Elkins adjusts and lands more punches. He goes palm-to-palm and then adjusts for rear-naked, but Siler gives thumbs up. His face is turning beet-red from the punches Elkins is landing at his back. 30 seconds left, and Elkins not only has choke position but body triangle. Somehow, Siler is not going out. Quite impressive, but this round is all Elkins for another 10-9 score. 20-18 Elkins.
Round 3 - A marked-up Siler lands a jab, and Elkins swings wild in response. No more kicks from Siler. The two trade jabs. Elkins ducks down and Siler misses a knee. Elkins' still swinging with big punches, but missing more. Siler finds mark with a combo. But when he leaps in with a knee, Elkins once again grabs him and takes him to the mat. Elkins stands overhead at cage, but this time, Siler uses links to stand, taking a knee to the body in the process. Elkins wants him back down, but peels off, the two exchanging a punch on the back end. Right hook for Elkins lands. Elkins shoots from the open and is initially stuffed, but adjusts, changes angles and gets it done. Elkins in guard again working big shots from up top. Two minutes left. Elkins passes to half-guard and grabs Siler's head again. Let's it go. Siler working high guard, and a few punches. Locks in rubber guard. Elkins is unimpressed and stands overhead. Siler rolls free when he misses from up top. Elkins ducks under Siler's first punch and takes them back down. He's on Siler's back at the cage edge. Silers turns to him and takes a shot as Elkins retreats. Siler with a combo, and immediately a takedown attempt. He stuffs it with headlock, and audience senses a possible submission. No dice, and round ends with another 10-9 tally for Elkins, who sweeps it 30-27. Darren Elkins def. Steven Siler via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
AZAMAT GASHIMOV VS. IVAN MENJIVAR
Round 1 - Referee Phillippe Chartier oversees this bantamweight bout. Menjivar paws at the very bouncy Gashimov. They trade early and Menjivar lands to the body. He misses big follow up hook, and Gashimov shoots under for a takedown, getting it after a brief struggle. Gashimov in Menjivar's guard, and the UFC vet attempts to tie him up. Gashimov postures and Menjivar works for armbar, nearly getting slammed. Gashimov barely avoids upkick on way back down, and we're back in the same position. Gashimov works arm triangle from guard, but doubtful he'll get that. Body-body head for Gashimov. Menjivar grabs a leg and sweeps directly into a belly-down armbar. Gashimov is tapping long before the out of position referee sees it. The official time of the 2:44 of the first frame. Ivan Menjivar def. Azamat Gashimov via submission (armbar) - Round 1, 2:44
JOHN MAGUIRE VS. MATT RIDDLE
Round 1 - Referee Yves Lavigne third man in cage for this welterweight fight. Southpaw fight gets started slowly. Maguire in with a kick. Riddle returns with a jab. Riddle lands big right that knocks Maguire off balance. Body kick from Riddle. Maguire in with a two-punch combo. Riddle counters on next attempt and lands. Another glancing body kick for Riddle, who deflects kick and counters on next exchange. Riddle jabs in. Right hand lands big for Maguire. Riddle's body kick caught. Sneaky right for Riddle. A lot of fits and starts in first round, not much big. Left hand for Riddle lands. Riddle launches back leg at Maguire when his other one is caught. Audience loves that. Maguire still unfazed. Riddle tries the same back kick when next leg kick is caught and takes a few punches when Maguire adjusts. They hit the cage, and Riddle is hinting at takedown. Maguire grabs a collar tie as they walk across octagon and lets it go. Back to sparring. Riddle blocks takedown attempt. Maguire with straight left into clinch, gets pushed away when he leaps with knee. Maguire changing levels a lot, but so far, he's not getting to Riddle's legs. Round ends with a whimper, but it goes to Riddle, 10-9.
Round 2 - Riddle misses counter on first exchange. Maguire with big leg kick. Riddle presses in with a hook. Front kick for Riddle. Maguire with another leg kick. Big left for Maguire on two-punch combo. Riddle advances to counter. They wind up clinched at cage with Riddle working the knees. Riddle peels off, and we're back in open range. Misses for both. Neither fighter committing much to combinations. Two nice lefts from Maguire who's suddenly lighting Riddle up. But when he kicks, Riddle catches it and puts him on the mat. Riddle pauses, then throws down a big punch. Riddle working around Maguire's outstretched legs. He flops into guard, and it's body-body-head time. Maguire with butterfly guard lifts him off, and Lavigne stands them up at Riddle's behest. Maguire presses to the cage and lets his hands go, but Riddle catches him again and pushes him to the cage. Maguire pushes him off and lands a leg kick. Right hand lead hook lands for Riddle. Another right for Maguire, who catches Riddle's neck when he pitches forward. Riddle escapes and lets him off cage. The two go toe to toe against the cage, with Maguire countering and landing just a bit better. Crowd loves it. Riddle touches gloves at the round's end. MMAjunkie.com scores the frame 10-9 for Maguire.
Round 3 - Riddle advances with a jab to the body. Nice counter hook off the jab for Riddle. Jab lands for Riddle. Maguire backs off a flurry and resets. Maguire punches into a clinch and lands a right hand that gets Riddle's attention. They exchange hard jabs. Riddle backs him against cage, but we don't get a slugfest. Kick to the body for Riddle. Riddle counters leg kick with punch, and he's on the move. They both miss in follow up exchanges. Maguire with that left hand again. Riddle jab keeps him back. Leg kick for Maguire. And for Riddle, who next goes to the body. He's got the center of the cage far more in this round. Maguire still looking for that big left as Riddle diddles. Riddle corners him and lands a nice combo. Maguire shoots and gets stuffed against the cage. Riddle hoists for a takedown and knees the legs when Maguire denies. Double undercooks for Riddle. Less than a minute to go. Lavigne calls for action. Riddle misses a trip, and then suddenly peels off. Maguire lands jab and gets waved in by Riddle, who shoots in for a takedown. Maguire grabs his neck and rolls for a guillotine, but by the time he's rolled Riddle, the round is kaput. Very close round, but Riddle gets it 10-9 for a 29-28 win. Matthew Riddle def. John Maguire via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
ANTONIO CARVALHO VS. RODRIGO DAMM
Round 1 - Dan Miragliotta oversees this featherweight bout. Touch of gloves and we're underway. Slow start. Carvalho inching in, gets a jab from Damm, who feints before unloading a combo. Carvalho kicks the leg after punches meet air. Carvalho lands a leg kick. A lot of staring. Carvalho kicks the leg as Damm punches. Again, Damm shoves in and gets kicked in the leg. They trade inside leg kicks. Carvalho smacks Damm with outside kick. Some of crowd chants "GSP." Damm with good leg kick. And Carvalho. A lot of staring, though. Another hard leg kick for Damm, who closes and lands his own leg kick before getting slapped with another. Neither guy letting his hands go. Both tentative and relying on leg kicks, half of which don't land. Another trade of leg kicks. Carvalho goes up high but gets blocked. His follow up punches miss. Carvalho with that left hook and leg combo again. Nice leg kick counter to Damm's combo. Carvalho catches a jab, seemingly wakes up, and starts turning up the tempo. But the round is over. What little action seen goes to Carvalho for the 10-9 score.
Round 2 - Another 20 seconds, and we've just seen a few leg kicks. Carvalho misses high kick, prompting a few aaahs. They trade leg kicks. Another high kick blocked for Carvalho. He lands to the leg, but audience is losing patience. High kick for Carvalho glances. A lot of feints from Damm, and he jabs in. Carvalho resets. Carvalho trips on high kick attempt, and Damm attempts to leap onto his back. Instead, they tumble over each other and wind up back on their feet. Carvalho offers a glove. And more kicks from both. Damm's jab hook combo misses. Carvalho's high kick blocked. Damm punches in, but hits air. They trade leg kicks. Losing the crowd, and fast. Carvalho's high kicks are so telegraphed they're blocked every time. Damm lands a punch off a leg kick. The Brazilian punches in, but Carvalho avoids and resets. Front kick from Carvalho misses. Damm just pulled his own punch. Carvalho's nose is bleeding slightly. Nice left counter from Damm. Then Carvalho lands a nice right hand in the middle of an exchange. Another round in the books, and MMAjunkie.com gives a slight edge to Carvalho, 10-9 for a 20-18 score.
Round 3 - First 30 seconds of third go much the same as the first two. Damm breaks the monotony with a leg pick, but Carvalho is hip to it. Carvalho is working that lead leg high kick. Damm inching forward with jabs. Now the entire crowd is booing. And who can blame them? Aside from a few leg kicks, they're canceling each other out. Out of nowhere, Carvalho drops his mouthpiece and signals to Miragliotta. This does not impress the audience. We're back, and Damm lands a nice right hand to end a combo of pressing jabs. They trade leg kicks, and both land shots in the subsequent exchange. Nice left from Damm against a bobbing Carvalho. Nice body shot for Damm. But Carvalho counters with a two-shot combo that backs him off. Leg kick for Carvalho, who better times his next head kick. Still, it's picked off. Less than a minute to go, and we're pretty much where we started at the beginning of all this. Carvalho still working that head kick, but it's blocked. He checks a leg kick, and Damm resets. Carvalho lands a two-shot combo and leaps in with a knee after hearing the 10-second clapper, but nothing doing in a dud of a fight. Damm takes it 10-9 on MMAjunkie.com scorecard, but Carvalho should pick the fight up 29-28. Antonio Carvalho def. Rodrigo Damm via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
JOHN MAKDESSI VS. SAM STOUT
Round 1 - Referee Marc-Andre Cote in charge of this lightweight contest. Touch of gloves, and Makdessi immediately to work with kicks. Stout advances and throws a one-two. Next tries are blocked. Makdessi goes with a nice left hand counter to Stout's combo. Stout counters a leg kick. Nice jab for Makdessi. Glancing leg kick from Stout. Stout goes with wild hook and gets popped by short counter from Makdessi. Stout changes levels and attacks the body. Nice leg kick from Stout. Side kick from Makdessi, and a nice jab to keep Stout away. Makdessi circling Stout, who's looking for a way in. Nice short left from Makdessi as Stout charges. Switching stances is Makdessi. Nice punch off kick for "The Bull." Jab guts there, too. Stout charges but Makdessi plays matador. Nice jab from Makdessi. Stout's face is reddening. Nice rig hand from Stout, and he tries to finish with a takedown. No dice. He jabs in after eating one. Big wild right hand from Stout gets a tight one-two. He digs to the body. Stout, though, is missing a lot. Makdessi lands a spinning back kick. Makdessi winning the war of counters. Stout is aggressive, but less effectively so. First round ends, and MMAjunkie.com gives it 10-9 to Makdessi.
Round 2 - Stout charging ahead as Makdessi again works a side kick. Leg kick from Stout is caught. Makdessi counters again. Body shot lands for Stout, but he eats a counter to the dome for it. Reset. Stout changes levels. Makdessi with body kick. Nice jab for Makdessi. Stout missing with big right off jabs. Dual body shots for Stout. He's certainly winning the colume game, here. He shoots from open and briefly gets Makdessi to the mat, but they're both up in a sec. Head kick grazes Makdessi's face. Body kick for Stout. Makdessi's attempts at same are blocked. Stout nice with a one-two counter. But Makdessi pops him with a jab. High pace in this fight. Nice jab for Stout. Makdessi kicks to the body. Stout still pressing forward as Makdessi looks for the counter. Will be interesting to see how judges score this. Makdessi scores with a big one-two off a counter, but Stout is unrattled. Stout lands a nice right hand. Stout leads to the body and takes a jab. He grabs a leg, but after dragging Makdessi around the cage still can't get things down. Left counter from Makdessi seals the round. MMAjunkie.com scores the second frame 10-9 for Makdessi.
Round 3 - Stout eats a jab but avoids a spinning kick from "The Bull." Two-part kick frm Makdessi. A spinning hook kick nearly gets Stout. Jabs for Stout land. Stout leads to the body. Still an insane pace for the two. Makdessi countering with jab, then lands a nice left hook. He catches a kick and makes Stout pay again. Stout to the body. Stout chases Makdessi, who circles off. Stout runs straight into a left hand. Makdessi with a slick head kick in transition. Stout still coming forward. Of the two, though, he looks worse for the wear. He's eating two to give one. Jab stops his attack. For a second…he's still chasing. A takedown attempt misses. Makdessi expertly playing matador here. Nice bob and counter jab for Makdessi, who's just a bit faster than Stout in every exchange. Stout is making up for it with aggression and volume, but the points are going mostly to Makdessi. A low kick briefly pauses us. Stout charges in again and easts a jab. Stout tries to go with a knee this time and then shoots unsuccessfully again. He's charging and throwing punch after punch after punch that mostly miss. MMAjunkie.com scores the round 10-9 for Makdessi, who should take this 30-27. John Makdessi def. Sam Stout via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
CYRILLE DIABATE VS. CHAD GRIGGS
Round 1 - Referee Marc-Andre Cote refs this light heavyweight, which serves as Griggs 205 debut. Griggs staking in off the bat and meets a knee. Then he leaps in with a kick and gets countered with a shot that takes him off his feet. Diabate gets on top and stuffs Griggs as he tries to get up. But Griggs keeps powering and gets up. Diabate grabs his waist and yanks him back down. Crowd has awoken. Diabate working in half-guard as Griggs uses cage to push up. He gets to his knees and keeps his hands on the mat for a short bit, but takes a knee when his hands come off. Diabate lands a few illegal shots prompting a complaint from Griggs, who powers Diabate to the mat in a subsequent drive. They recover to their feet, where Griggs drives for a takedown. Problem is, he's not facing Diabate fully, and falls, literally, right into back control. Diabate has to do little but secure hooks and the arm-triangle, which he does for a tappout at the 2:24 mark of the first frame.Cyrille Diabate def. Chad Griggs via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 1, 2:24
PATRICK COTE VS. ALESSIO SAKARA
Round 1 - Referee Dan Miragliotta the third man in cage for this middleweight fight. Cote leads with inside kick. He's jabbing in and lands to the body. Another inside kick. Right hand meets counter. Jab for Sakara. Cote misses combo and tumbles off. Cote lands big in close and Skaraa is looking tio counter. Dirty boxing against knees. Elbows from Sakara roc Cote and he's against the cage. Cote is down, and Sakara is throwing hammerfists to the head, most of which look illegal. Cote loses consciousness a third of the way into the assault, and Miragliotta intervenes. Boos from the audience, and even more when the replay shows most of the finishing shots were illegal. After an extended meeting between referee and UFC officials, Cote is determined as the winner by disqualification at the 1:26 mark of the round. Patrick Cote def. Alessio Sakara via DQ (strikes to back of head) - Round 1, 1:26
MARK HOMINICK VS. PABLO GARZA
Round 1 - Referee Marc-Andre Cote is the referee for this featherweight fight. Hominick comes right at Garza, who immediately starggers him with a left hand. Hominick comes forward and eats kicks from the ling-limbed fighter. Garza with shot to the body. He's sniping as Hominick chases. More kicks for Garza, who's briefly pinned against the cage. Hominick is looking for the big shot and taking a jot of blows. But he finally opens up and…meets glove. Garza escapes and fires back. Hominick back in, and he eats a jab. Garza circles away and lands a leg kick. Hominick eats a knee as he comes in with his head lowered. Reach is killing Hominick here. A right hand hurts Garza, but he recovers and lets more kicks go. He grabs a clinch and Hominick tosses them to the mat. Garza gets an armbar, but Hominick picks him up and wiggles out of it. From there, he lands big shot from up top. Garza kicks off and Hominick escapes. Leaping knee from Garza, and Hominick goes with the jab again. Garza attacking body. Then Hominick drops him with a body shot and lands a knee in transiting. Uppercut looks like it hurt Hominick's eye. Garza on the assault now in the crazy round. Hominick's left eye is a mess, and Garza is unloading against the cage. Round ends with a cloud of smoke from the wild swings in action. MMAjunkie.com scores the frame 10-9 for Hominick for dropping Garza.
Round 2 - That left eye is swelling, and Garza launches a spinning skink. Hominick attacks the body again, and Garza tries the same. Charging leg kick for Garza. Hominick working his boxing. Garza shoots for a takedown and Hominick rolls, but Garza winds up on top in Hominick's guard. Finally, the action slows. Garza posturing as Hominick looks for an armbar. Garza with a few shots from up top. Hominick angles for a leg, and Garza pushes them to the edge of the cage. He lands elbows from up top. Garza's length makes it easy for him to hit the head while still pressed against Hominick's torso. Hominick trying to tie things up. Garza stands and unloads heavy punches that damage. Hominick scrambles and almost grabs a leg. But Garza is having his way, and Hominick is getting battered. Again, Hominick tries to snag a leg, and the crowd chants his name. Garza is having none of it. His size is just too much to manipulate. Big elbow for Garza. Hominick's face swelling. Now he's tying up. But those elbows just keep coming. Ten seconds left, and the action is slowing. Round ends with a clear 10-9 in the corner of Garza, making the score even at 19-19.
Round 3 - Hominick has cuts under both eyes now. Head kick leads for Garza. Hominick still jamming in. He's again meeting a whole lot of resistance from Garza, who's active with kicks and punches. Best shots so far have been to the body. Hominick corners him briefly and unloads after a takedown attempt. Garza charges and put the pair on the mat. And we're back to a very bad place for Hominick, who's eating more elbow sandwiches. He twice hoists his legs for an armbar, but Garza has his number. Three minutes left, and Garza stands. Hominick grabs a leg, preventing Garza from getting leverage to throw big shots. But when Garza returns to guard, he's got elbows all day. Next time he stands, big shots score. Elbows again. Garza briefly stands. Hominick kicks him off, and instantly, Garza chases down another takedown. You know what happens from here. Garza stands and lands big punches. Hominick grabs an arm but doesn't have enough leverage for the joint-lock. Garza raises his arms at the bell, and a very swollen Hominick heads to his corner. Another 10-9 for Garza, who should take this 29-28. Pablo Garza def. Mark Hominick via unanimous decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-28)
MARK BOCEK VS. RAFAEL DOS ANJOS
Round 1 - Referee Yves Lavigne is third man in the cage for this lightweight fight. Bocek is the offensive guy here, pressing in until the two meet the cage. Dos Anjos grabs a plumb and fires off a knee, which prompts a reply in kind before the two separate. Nice left hand for Dos Anjos on the break-off. Leg kick for the Brazilian. Dos Anjos goes high with kick as Bocek charges into the clinch. Bocek grabs a leg and throws a knee, prompting Dos Anjos to reset. Bocek on a single now, and nearly vaults Dos Anjos overhead. Dos Anjos grabs a plumb and lands some nice knees to break himself out of clinch purgatory. Lot of feints from Dos Anjos to keep Bocek guessing. Bocek plods forward. Uppercut lands in middle of combo for Dos Anjos. He misses with big uppercut. Bocetk trips on a high kick. He gets up and drives them to the cage, grabbling for a double leg. Dos Anjos stuffs it and attempts a switch knee. Overhand left for Dos Anjos. Leg kick prompts shot from Bocek, who's again ensnared in a plumb before changing levels for a leg. His drop to a knee doesn't faze Dos Anjos, who again spins out. A jumping front kick, and the two bump heads badly before resetting. First round goes to Dos Anjos 10-9 for takedown defense and superior striking.
Round 2 - A leg kick lands for Dos Anjos, who subsequently takes a kick to the jewels. After a brief restert, Dos Anjos digs to the body. Bocek shoots and is repaid with a punch to the face. He adjusts and tries again against the fence, but instead winds up on bottom, where he takes a few shots. He springs up and tries for a kimura, but Dos Anjos drives him down. Dos Anjos has an arm now and goes from kimura to armbar, but Bocek defends and drives forward for a takedown. Again, he's stuffed, and Dos Anjos lands punches in transition. Dos Anjos now has a leg, but then peels off with a few punches. Bocek's left eye has taken a nasty shot and is closing. He shoots again but is dodged, and Dos Anjos retorts with his own takedown. He winds up at Bocek's back, where he flings a few hammerfists. Bocek has a hold of his arm, then rolls to his hands and knees. He's clinging to Dos Anjos's leg for dear life. Bocek stands and gets taken down in short order. He stands again and takes punches and elbows against the cage. When Dos Anjos peels off, he's a swollen mess. They trade kicks to end the round. MMAjunkie.com scores the second frame for Dos Anjos, 10-9, putting him ahead 20-18 on the scorecard.
Round 3 - Bocek takes a kick and punch before landing a nice body kick to start final frame. Front kick from Dos Anjos, who's feinting and dodging takedown attempts. He shoots on his own and misses against the cage, and Bocek is now looking to take the fight down. Bocek scoops the legs, but Dos Anjos has a hand posted and rights himself. Big return punches from Dos Anjos, who hoists Bocek northward and dumps him. Dos Anjos works around to the cage, and Bocek wheels them around working for a kimura before they reset. Dos Anjos with leg kick. Right hand for Bocek. Dos Anjos jumps in with a knee to body. Dos Anjos comes out with another point in subsequent exchange. He falls in anticipation of another takedown, and Bocek drives again. Bocek grabs a leg and finds himself in another plumb eating knees in close. Lavigne separates them, and Dos Anjos charges with combo after combo. He's getting loose, not landing much, but compared to Bocek, he's looking a whole lot better. He gets wild with a spinning kick. Bocek evades and counters. A few indecisive exchanges end the fight. MMAjunkie.com scores the final frame 10-9 for Dos Anjos, who should take this 30-27. Tough night for Canadians so far. Rafael dos Anjos def. Mark Bocek via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Fights have been good so far. Can't wait for the main events. Hendricks vs Kampmann could end up being fight of the night.
TOM LAWLOR VS. FRANCIS CARMONT - holy shit! what a fight, could've gone either way. Just happened to turn in my favor. going 5-0 tonight. 2 more to go!
WTF...decision to Carmont!?! Aggression, octagon control, takedowns/dictating where the fight goes all Lawlor. Slight edge in striking to Carmont...What the hell is Rogan talking about looking better for defending submissions - the rule changes give nothing for defense. And if they did Lawlor gets twice as much for defending sub-par kimura attempts
OMQ!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hendricks just KO'd his ass back to the early 60's!!!
Unbelievable. Can't believe. I thought Fitch was a one off. How the hell can he finish two top contenders within seconds. Amazing.
so much power. Here's comes the big one! 6-0 tonight. 1 more to go!
SO PUMPED!!!!! IT'S TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
St Pierre is looking in great form.
GSP has the 1st round.
Fantastic fight so far. Think this could be fight of the night.
WOW!!! I think GSP answered every question they could possibly have with that amazing fight! What a gamer Condit is! A top form GSP was about the only thing that could have beaten him tonight - and that's what he got!
Holy fricken hell! Did you actually type all this? Don't get me wrong that's insanely awesome if so, but DANG Mat....have you got like a 80 word pm typing black belt or something
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