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tw0mey2011-03-12 22:19:18 +0000 #1
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MACIEJ JEWTUSZKO VS. CURT WARBURTON

Official result: Curt Warburton def. Maciej Jewtuszko via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

MARK HUNT VS. CHRIS TUCHSCHERER

Official result: Mark Hunt def. Chris Tuchscherer via knockout (punches) - Round 2, 1:41

JASON REINHARDT VS. TIEQUAN ZHANG

Round 1 - Referee Steve Perceval oversees the evening's first fight on Facebook.com. Reinhardt moves forward behind several punches, but Zhang is happy to stand and trade. Zhang pushes forward behind his own punches. Reinhardt backs up to the fence and looks briefly for a takedown, but Zhang lock up a guillotine choke. Full guard as he drops back to the floor, and Reinhardt has no choice but to tap from the extremely tight hold. Tiequan Zhang def. Jason Reinhardt via guillotine choke - Round 1, 0:48.

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tw0mey2011-03-12 22:24:31 +0000 #2
Mark Hunt baby!
tw0mey2011-03-12 22:28:42 +0000 #3
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TOM BLACKLEDGE VS. ANTHONY PEROSH

Round 1 - Referee John Sharp in charge of the final Facebook.com-broadcast matchup. Blackledge takes the center to start. Both paw a few jabs. Blackledge short on a front kick but comes back with a kick to the outside of the leg. Blackledge lands a jab. Perosh telegraphs a shot from distance, and Blackledge stuffs it. Blackledge fires a high kick as Perosh stands, but it's blocked. Perosh again looks for a takedown, but Blackledge game again. Perosh returns to the takedown, but this time behind punches, and he gets Blackledge to the floor. Blackledge tries a guillotine, but Perosh pulls out and sets up form the top. Perosh punches, and Blackledge locks in an armbar, but Perosh pulls free and continues to punch. Halfway in, and Perosh advances to mount. Blackledge rolls to escape, but Perosh rides the sweep and immediately sinks in the rear-naked choke. It's in deep, and Blackledge is trapped and forced to tap. Anthony Perosh def. Tom Blackledge via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 1, 2:45.

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tw0mey2011-03-12 22:56:58 +0000 #4
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RIKI FUKUDA VS. NICK RING

Round 1 - Referee Leon Roberts oversees this middleweight bout, as UFC 127 goes live on ION Television. Fukuda slides side-to-side on the outside as the two southpaws measure up. Ring opens with a few crisp low kicks. Fukuda ducks under for a double-leg takedown and gets Ring to the floor. Ring scrambles, but Fukuda maintains control and keeps his opponent down. Ring active underneath as he looks for a triangle choke. Fukuda stays compact and tries to escape, which he finally does. Ring returns to the feet in the scramble. Fukuda lands a left hand over the top. Single shots from both fighters on the feet, though Ring's kicks have some snap. Less than two minutes in the first round. Fukuda lands another left hand, but Ring answers with a knee from the Thai clinch. Moderate pace. Fukuda ducks in for a takedown, but Ring shakes him off. Fukuda trying to land a big left, and he also misses with a right hand. Fukuda gets a takedown in the closing seconds, and he does work to half-mount, but the round ends there. Closer round because of the takedowns, but MMAjunkie.com sees the first frame for Ring, 10-9.

Round 2 - Early leg kicks again from Ring. Fukuda still winging heavy blows, but Ring is moving well and avoiding the damage. Fukuda does land a left hook to the temple in an exchange, but Ring looks no worse for the wear. Fukuda gets deep on a takedown, but Ring defends well and remains upright. Ring lands a left, but Fukuda uses the moment to get his opponent to the floor. Ring pushes Fukuda away, works to a knee and back to his feet. Ring becoming a little more stationary halfway into the round. Little more even on the feet, and Fukuda shoots again. Ring stuffs it yet again, but he appears to be slowing just slightly. Fukuda landing a touch more frequently. Ring returns to the leg kicks. Pace stalling a bit, and the boos some in from the crowd. Fukuda responds with a combination. Both fighters upping the pace in the final minute. Ring lands a head kick, and the round ends. Close round, though MMAjunkie.com likes the striking of Fukuda and gives him the round, 10-9.

Round 3 - Fight could certainly be up in the air as the third opens. Ring working the low kick again, but Fukuda moves in and lands a few lefts in the clinch. Fukuda gets his cleanest takedown of the fight. Ring tries to roll through, but Fukuda stays in half-mount. Fukuda working for position, but he's not doing much damage from the top. Fukuda stands, and Ring quickly scrambles up to his feet. More uppercuts on the inside for Fukuda. Fukuda ducks underneath again and takes Ring to the floor. Halfway into the final frame. Ring back to a knee, though Fukuda stays pinned to the head and pushes his opponent back down to the floor. Ring resting his head against the cage, and he shows little desire to get up. Fukuda grinding away from the top. He still isn't doing a ton of damage, but Ring seems to be letting this fight slip away. Fukuda tries to set up an arm-triangle in the final minute. Ring works free and looks to set up a kimura. Stalemate, and Robert resets the two on the feet in the closing seconds. Ring returns to the low kick, but only one. Fight ends, and MMAjunkie.com sees the final frame for Fukuda, 10-9, and awards him the fight, 29-28. Nick Ring def. Riki Fukuda via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

This was a robbery that was Hammil/Bisping-esque. Unreal.
jbleedin2011-03-12 23:50:18 +0000 #5
Anyone have a stream to the fights tonight?
tw0mey2011-03-12 23:26:48 +0000 #6
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ALEXANDER GUSTAFSSON VS. JAMES TE HUNA

Round 1 - Referee Marc Goddard in the cage. Te Huna holds center early, and he ducks into the clinch early. Scramble into a trip, and Te Huna lands in top position. Side control for Te Huna very early on. Te Huna looks unsuccessfully for the crucifix and instead advances to half-mount. Gustafsson scrambles to full guard, and he's keeping the action tight. Te Huna now creating a little space and works in a few short punches and elbows. Te Huna stands briefly, and Gustafsson uses the minimal space to get to his feet. Te Huna pushes immediately back into the clinch. He smothers Gustafsson against the cage. Gustafsson tries to get free, and he shucks off a single-leg and tries for a standing guillotine. Not there, so he lets hit go. Gustafsson uses leverage to get his own takedown. Less than two minutes, and Gustafsson is now in side control. He circles on a kimura, but Te Huna pulls free and back to his feet. Te Huna drops down, but Gustafsson expertly spins free of the takedown attempt and moves to the back. Both hooks in, and the rear-naked choke is in. Te Huna defends it well, and Gustafsson lets go, throws a few ground and pound blows and resets on the choke. It's deep, and Te Huna has to tap. Nice turn of events for Gustafsson. Alexander Gustafsson def. James Te Huna via submission (rear-naked choke) - Round 1, 4:27.

SPENCER FISHER VS. ROSS PEARSON

Round 1 - Referee Herb Dean in charge of the night's final preliminary bout. Fisher moving forward in his southpaw stance. Pearson retreating early and looking to counter. Lots of bouncing early, and Fisher busy with pawing jabs. Pearson lands a nice right hand to the chin, but Fisher OK. One minute in. Few low kicks have been traded, but mostly boxing right now. Fisher opens his arms to taunt. Pearson responds and lands another nice right hand. Pearson with missed knee, and Fisher slams him to the floor. Pearson tries for a triangle, then an armbar underneath, but Fisher pulls free and the fight returns to the feet. Fisher catches Pearson ion the cup with a low kick, but fight continues. Fisher remains the aggressor, but Pearson has landed the cleaner shots. Trading jabs with one minute remaining. Pearson ducks in for a takedown but eats a knee before pulling free. Pearson moving well as he tries to counter. Fisher again taunting from the outside. Fight ends on the feet. Close round, but MMAjunkie.com awards Fisher for pushing the pace, 10-9.

Round 2 - Fisher again the aggressor in the opening seconds. Pearson lands a few straight punches up the middle, but Fisher still pressing. Fisher lands his own straight. Another one scores shortly after. Pearson mixing in a few kicks to the legs and body.Both fighters trading in the pocket. Fisher misses on a Superman punch and a front kick. A pair of lefts from Fisher land. Fisher still pressing the action. Pearson looks for a takedown attempt. Fisher defends, but Pearson remains right to his body. He tries to slip to the back, but Fisher turns in and eventually escapes. Both fighters still light on their feet, and he lands a nice right hand. Pearson still landing clean punches, but Fisher is outworking him. Less than a minute, and Pearson is opening up a bit on the feet. Left hand for Pearson over a low kick. Round ends, and both men had their moments. MMAjunkie.com thinks Pearson took it late and gives him the round, 10-9.

Round 3 - Fight could hang in the balance in the final frame. Pearson gets an early takedown, but Fisher back on his feet quickly. Pace a hair slower as both fighters look for openings. Fisher with a jab. Pearson tries to shoot from distance, but Fisher sprawls well. Still, Pearson scrambles away and resets. Both fighters finding their spots to land, though Fisher remains the one moving forwards. Pearson starting to land with more frequency, and he finishes a crisp combination with a kick to the body. Fisher still game and lands a counter right. Fisher taunts again, but he catches a knee and a right hand to the head. Pearson upping his volume, and he catches a leg and pushes Fisher to the floor. He sets up on top for a moment, but Fisher kicks back to the feet. Pearosn puts him right back on his butt. Pearson has half-mount with 30 seconds left. Pearson's corner wants him to push, and he lands a few short hands from the top. Fight ends there. MMAjunkie.com sees the final round for Pearson, 10-9, and gives him the fight, 29-28. Ross Pearson def. Spencer Fisher via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28).

Good fights

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