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vBookie Event: Satoshi Ishii vs Jerome Le Banner (Dynamite!! 2010)

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Satoshi Ishii vs Jerome Le Banner (Dynamite!! 2010)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Satoshi Ishii 4/21 F (0.19) 1 120000 WIN!
Jerome Le Banner 13/4 (3.25) 4 36000  

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Old 12-28-2010, 02:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dynamite!! 2010: Satoshi Ishii vs Jerome Le Banner

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Old 12-28-2010, 02:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would bet JLB heavily if he had any heart or integrity left in him. At this point he will probably just immediately tap if he gets taken down and collect his paycheck.
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I would bet JLB heavily if he had any heart or integrity left in him. At this point he will probably just immediately tap if he gets taken down and collect his paycheck.
Sounds more of a career for him
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Morning people time to settle up, Ishii won by UD:

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Olympic gold medalist Satoshi Ishii continues to win fights, but he doesn't appear to be winning any fans in the process. Facing K-1 legend Jerome Le Banner, Ishii claimed a unanimous decision from the three ringside judges but nothing but boos from the Saitama Super Arena crowd.

Ishii fought well in the opening round as he earned a quick takedown an moved to side control, though Le Banner was able to work back to his feet and land a few crisp knees and short strikes in the clinch. Ishii did his best to keep the fight in a grappling range, and Le Banner had little room to work, though he did reverse a takedown and score some damage from the top position.

In the second, Ishii turned to an outside trip to work his striking-focused opponent to the floor. He made the mistake of rolling for a leg, which allowed Le Banner to return to his feet. Ishii again put the fight on the mat immediately, though Le Banner again escaped a leg lock and took the top, delivering a few strikes in the closing seconds.

In the final frame, Le Banner was obviously fatigued and Ishii took full advantage of his foe's condition to work another trip and set up in top position. Once there, Ishii tried desperately for a kimura that wouldn't come. Three times Ishii looked for the hold, but Le Banner powered out on each occasion.

Ishii eventually adjusted his strategy and took his opponent's back, but he still couldn't get the finish before the final bell. It seemed a clear-cut (though unspectacular) win for Ishii, and the judges agreed, but the crowd apparently did not as expressed by their negative reaction.

Nevertheless, Ishii (4-1) is now riding a four-fight win streak. Meanwhile, the 38-year-old Le Banner (3-2) loses for the first time in his past four MMA outings.
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