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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Andre Winner 6/5 (1.20) 5 210500  
Draw 5/1 (5.00) 0 0  
Anthony Njokuani 2/3 F (0.67) 12 1417557 WIN!

 
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UFC 132: Andre Winner vs Anthony Njokuani





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.... how is he not dead?
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njokuani has really tightened up his boxing.
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Forgot my fb password. Did winner get beatdown?
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Forgot my fb password. Did winner get beatdown?
At this point... very badly.

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Njokuani wins by decision cause he couldn't finish:

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R1: One-two by winner, then a left downstairs. Low kick by Njokuani. Strong counter by Njokuani on a Winner combo. Lead left hook from Winner, Njokuani responds with a long one-two. Spinning back-elbow from Njokuani is blocked by Winner, who goes to the body with the left again. Hard low kick from Njokuani, then a two-piece followed by a knee. Triple jab by Winner. Njokuani lands another left counter to the body, then snaps a hard left kick to the body, then another. Njokuani with another spinning back-elbow that Winner reads. Another counter-hook to the body from Njokuani, then another. And again, with another hard left kick to the body. To the body and following up with a left hook that wobbles Winner, and Njokuani goes into a striking rage of knees and punches while Winner hunches over and absorbs it. Njokuani throws the entire kitchen sink at Winner, who amazingly doesn't drop and recovers just before the bell. 10-8 Njokuani for a raw beatdown

R3: Winner seems to have all of his faculties, coming out with a few fast punches. Lead left-hook by Winner, then a right head-kick from Njokuani is partially blocked. Beautiful combination of punches launched by Njokuani, who again closes the combo with a knee and swarms Winner against the fence. Winner recovers quickly and circles out to open space. The counter to the body is there for Njokuani again, who then hits a trip for a momentary takedown, but Winner is right back to his feet. Quick intervention from Yves Lavigne after only a moment against the fence clinching. Hard lead left hook lands by Winner. Njokuani with two low kicks, then a front kick. Right hand to left high kick from Njokuani. Winner hesitant and only throwing single strikes. Another spinning back-fist attempt is easily anticipated by Winner, who then eats a clean straight left hand. 10-9 Njoukani

R3: Left high kick by Winner is blocked, as is the following two jabs. Stomp kick to the knee by Njokuani. Nice left to the body by Winner. Njokuani targeting the lead knee with another stomp kick, then a left low kick. Njokuani switches stances as Winner goes high with the kick. Njokuani hurls a one-two capped off with a high kick. Back to orthodox, Njokuani plants a hard kick to Winner's thigh, then stalks with more punches and a high kick. Winner out of ideas halfway through the round, only throwing sporadic single left hands. They trade low kicks. Njokuani tries to snare a leg and take Winner down, but Winner defends, circles off the fence, and bombs a nice left hook. Knees from Njokuani in the clinch, who circles free with one minute left. Njokuani busy and mixing it up with punches and kicks; high and low. 10-9 Njokuani
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really impressed and happy for njokuani. i disagree with osmium a bit in that i have always thought his boxing was strong, but this was a clinic against a strong standup opponent. i dont hand out 10-8 rounds often but i had the fight 30-26. does winner get the axe after three losses in a row?
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really impressed and happy for njokuani. i disagree with osmium a bit in that i have always thought his boxing was strong, but this was a clinic against a strong standup opponent. i dont hand out 10-8 rounds often but i had the fight 30-26. does winner get the axe after three losses in a row?
I don't think he had bad boxing but I don't recall him being that sharp with his hands on the counter and putting his head movement together with his guard that well. It could be that he was always this good and just didn't have to worry about takedowns like a lot of his other fights so he could commit more to holding the pocket for counters.
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i can go ahead and agree with that. i suppose i mistook length and quickness for "strong kickboxing." you are right though, his counters were something else in that fight. used his range, kept his chin tucked, and when winner moved in, he usually caught an uppercut or body shot for his troubles.

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