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vBookie Event: Mark Munoz vs Chris Weidman (UFC on FUEL TV 4)
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Mark Munoz vs Chris Weidman (UFC on FUEL TV 4)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Mark Munoz 123/100 (1.23) 17 10897984  
Draw 60/1 (60.00) 0 0  
Chris Weidman 10/13 F (0.77) 6 1825131 WIN!

 
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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-12-2012, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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UFC on FUEL TV 4: Mark Munoz vs Chris Weidman





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weidman is a favorite? Not saying he wont win or anything but munoz has proved himself alot more than weidman has

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If you want to go bet on it while it's still like that Weidman is the favorite at 5dimes, Bookmaker and SportBet (where the best Munoz odds came from). Might not stay that way all the time up to the fight depending on how people bet though of course.



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If you want to go bet on it while it's still like that Weidman is the favorite at 5dimes, Bookmaker and SportBet (where the best Munoz odds came from). Might not stay that way all the time up to the fight depending on how people bet though of course.
Oh sorry if that came off like i was questioning your odds, I understand you get them from reputable places, i was more so questioning them :P

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Round 1 - Referee Josh Rosenthal in the cage for the evening's main event. Weidman takes the center to open. He misses an early front kick, as well as a high kick. Shortly after, he ducks in on a single-leg and takes Munoz down. Weidman takes side control, but Munoz tries to set up a kimura. it's not there, so Munoz spins to his knees. Weidman wraps the body and drives knees inside when Munoz tries to stand. Munoz drops to his knees to avoid any shots to the head. Weidman controls from a headlock position. He tries to spin into a choke, but Munoz pulls free. He's not out of trouble, as Weidman looks to isolate Munoz's right arm. Munoz keeps it tight, and Weidman has to let go, working back into a headlock. Weidman lands a few punches to Munoz before transitioning into a guillotine choke. It looks tight, but Munoz gets his neck free. Tense moments for Munoz, and Weidman is showing complete positional control. Munoz gets to his feet, but Weidman takes the round on the MMAjunkie.com card, 10-9.

Round 2 - Weidman shoots in again to open, and Munoz is on his back. He tries to roll through, but he's briefly trapped. Munoz finds a little space and climbs up to his feet. Munoz looks o strike while he's on his feet, and the crowd gets behind him. As he opens up, he walks right into a counter right elbow to the face, and Munoz crashes to the ground. Weidman follows with some 16 more right hands to the face. Rosenthal gives him every opportunity to recover, but he's done, and the fight is waved off. Impressive finish. Chris Weidman def. Mark Munoz via TKO (elbow and punches) - Round 2, 1:37
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