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post #3 of (permalink) Old 03-16-2013, 11:11 PM Thread Starter
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Round 1 - Marc-Andre Cote will keep an eye on things for Camozzi-Ring, who were housemates on "TUF 11." They touch 'em up and get started. Ring kicks first, and Camozzi comes right behind it. Camozzi gets a few jabs off. Ring tries to go to the body, but Camozzi tries to back him up with an uppercut. Ring drops his hands and is standing right in front of Camozzi, and Camozzi lands a left. Ring moves in with an inside leg kick. Camozzi lands a left hand, then a body kick. But still Ring keeps his hands down. Inside leg kick from Camozzi lands. Then Camozzi comes forward and backs Ring up with a combo. A nice right hook from Ring is on the money, probably his best punch of the fight. Ring lands a right and a knee as the round winds down. It's close, but gives a close one to Camozzi, 10-9.

Round 2 - Ring lands a leg kick early, then Camozzi lands one. Ring pushing forward a little bit now, then trying to get out right away when Camozzi tries to land. Ring lands nicely to the jaw, and Camozzi just misses a counter. Camozzi tries a flying knee, then latches onto a guillotine but can't keep it. Ring comes forward and jabs to the body. Camozzi lands a nice jab, then another. Ring tries to go to the body again. Camozzi is bloody around the nose, and Ring is cut under his right eye. He lands a nice knee. A pair of nice jabs from Camozzi are on the mark. It's such a close fight, it seems. Just when it looks like Ring is in control, Camozzi lands some good counters. will give a close one to Ring, 10-9.

Round 3 - Camozzi comes forward early. The two trade jabs, then lefts. Camozzi tries an uppercut, then looks for a takedown. He presses Ring to the cage and looks to land knees, but Ring gets out of there. Camozzi tries a combo, then eats a left hand. He lands an outside leg kick. The crowd is a little restlessRing tries to go to the body. Ring circles outside, then goes after a single leg with 75 seconds left and Camozzi shrugs it off. Both men look pretty tired. They're swinging, but nothing big is landing. Camozzi lands a left with 45 seconds left, then eats a right. It's close again. will give it to Camozzi 10-9 and sees the fight for him 29-28, but this could go either way. Chris Camozzi def. Nick Ring via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

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