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vBookie Event: Andre Winner vs Nik Lentz (UFC 118)
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Andre Winner vs Nik Lentz (UFC 118)

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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Andre Winner 5/6 F (0.83) 19 262800  
Nik Lentz 23/20 (1.15) 10 57287 WIN!

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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-10-2010, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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UFC 118: Andre Winner vs Nik Lentz

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-23-2010, 05:49 PM
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Good odds on Lentz

HW: Fedr
MW: Gegard "The Dreamcatcher" Mousasi
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-27-2010, 06:39 PM
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-28-2010, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Lentz gets a UD:

Round 1 - Referee Josh Rosenthal returns as we go live on Spike TV. Winner takes the center early. Lentz tries to shoot in on a single, but winner backs up to the cage and remains upright. Lentz finally does suck him off the cage, but Winner pops right back up. Lentz works to the back, but Winner spins into it. Winner lands a straight punch as Lentz remains attache dot the leg. Stalemate against the cage. Winner pulls away and fires off one punch before Lentz goes immediately back in. Winner again maintains his balance as Lentz spins around with a single-leg attempt. Winner sneaks in one knee strike as Lentz adjust his grip, but there's still no room. Crowd boos with 90 seconds left. Lentz continues to press in. Winner lands a few strikes from the Thai clinch, and Lentz pulls away. It's only momentarily, and he pushes right back against the cage. He ties up the legs and gets Winner to the floor, but the Brit pops back up. Lentz lands a straight, but Winner answers back with a nice left hand. Lentz sticks to him as the round ends. Little to differentiate the two, and MMAjunkie.com sees a 10-10 frame.

Round 2 - Winner tries to jab. Lentz rushes in again. Winner creates room, but Lentz just pushes in again. He's definitely not breaking from his strategy. It's probably smart, but it sure isn't exciting. One minute in. A few knees are traded inside. Winner spins off the cage, but he's quickly back against it. Lentz digs underneath and elevates Winner with a high crotch, but he can't get it to the floor. Winner pulls away. Two strikes are thrown before Lentz is re-attached to the left leg. He does suck Winner to the floor, but he's right back up before anything is done. Winner pushes down on the head and tries to step over Lentz, but he can't pull his leg free. Scramble, and Lentz winds up the back, but Winner returns to the feet. Restless crowd, and it's for good reason. Lentz ducks under Winner and elevates him behind the head. He drops Winner in a near spike, though the Brit turns his head so as not to take the damage. Round ends to boos, and there really wasn't much there to score. MMAjunkie.com gives a reluctant 10-9 to Lentz, though a 10-10 wouldn't be unrealistic.

Round 3 - Winner gets a little room to fire off kicks, but Lentz doesn't stay in that range for long. Lentz pushes back into the legs. Winner hits the floor for a moment but pops right back up. Winner tries to work free, though Lentz grips the back. Two minutes in, and Lentz does get Winner to the floor. As Winner works back to his feet, Lentz takes the back. Winner tries to escape, but he hits the floor, and Lentz is still on his back. Halfway in. Winner spins into his opponent, and Lentz takes half-mount. Winner spins again, and Lentz gets his hooks in on the back. Winner turns again, but Lentz winds up in mount. He throws a few really soft punches form the top. Winner rolls to his knees. Lentz throws a few elbows to the body. They're not damaging at all. Less than a minute, and the boos really coming down now. Winner tries to work to his feet and Lentz works in a choke. He holds it briefly after the bell, and MMAjunkie.com awards Lentz the round, 10-9, and the fight, 30-28 in one of the least eventful fights in recent memory. Nik Lentz def. Andre Winner via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27).

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-29-2010, 10:18 AM
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even when a wrester cant take someone down for 2 rounds they still get the nod to win wow!

great TDD by winner shame about the rules

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