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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old 08-26-2006, 11:18 PM
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Nick Diaz vs. Josh Neer

Round Three:
Neer starts out as the aggressor, but he's having trouble connecting with anything major. Diaz shoots for a takedown, but Neer blocks it with a front headlock. Diaz eventually works the takedown and goes to work on Neer, who's forced against the cage.

Diaz moves into side control. Diaz grabs Neer's arm for a kimura, and Neer soon taps. It's over, and Diaz finally ends his losing streak.
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post #22 of 45 (permalink) Old 08-26-2006, 11:43 PM
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Forrest Griffin vs. Stephan Bonnar

Round One:
Here we go again!

They scout each other to open the fight; Griffin gets a few soft shots in. Neither man is really pushing the pace, then Stephan suddenly throws a hard punch that doesn't connect.

Griffin returns with some shots, and Bonnar backs off. Griffin then almost takes Bonnar down, and follows it up with some punches and a leg kick.

They circle again, and then trade. Griffin's getting the better of the exchanges. Bonnar goes for the spinning back kick, but Griffin's waiting with a counter. Another leg kick from Griffin.

Yet another leg kick for Griffin. Griffin charges in with some shots, and works Bonnar into the cage. Bonnar looks really sloppy, but Griffin's not swinging hard enough to knock him out.

Griffin fakes with a knee and gets another jab; he follows it with a kick. He charges in, but Bonnar's waiting with two punches. They trade leg kicks, and Griffin charges in. He's once again hit with a counter, and Bonnar's now getting in control.

Bonnar hits a high kick to Griffin's head, but Griffin returns with a leg kick and trips Bonnar. He takes some striking to Bonnar, but he can't end it.

They're circling each other again, trading the occasional blow. Griffin comes through with a strong right hand, and Bonnar's forced to back off. It happens again.

Griffin didn't decisively take control, but he should win that one on the scorecards.
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Forrest Griffin vs. Stephan Bonnar

Round Two:
Bonnar swings a little bit to open the round, but he misses on a big spinning backfist.

They're trading a bit more, and Griffin appears to once again be getting the better of the punch exchanges. Bonnar's clearly on the defensive now, backing up as Griffin sends some blows and leg kicks.

Bonnar tries for a high kick, but Griffin ducks it and gets some punches in. Bonnar's right back in action, though, and hits Griffin with some shots of his own.

They trade some more. Griffin's doing more, but he's not necessarily close to ending it.

Griffin continues to offensively strike; Bonnar can't do much other than counter-punch. Just as that is written, Bonnar hits Griffin with a combo and further opens a cut on Griffin's face.

Griffin returns with a leg kick. Then a big right hand. Then a big left jab. They move around a bit more, and then do some more trading. Bonnar runs in for a really hard leg kick, but Griffin looks unaffected. They trade again, but no one's coming close to a knockout. Bonnar gets another punch combo in, but Griffin answers back with some shots of his own.

The round ends with a nice punch from Griffin.

Griffin probably took this round as well, but it was much closer and could really go either way.
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Forrest Griffin vs. Stephan Bonnar

Round Three:
They're trading more aggressively at the onset, and both guys get some good early shots. Both men are now bleeding. Bonnar gets a high kick, but Griffin returns with a leg kick.

Bonnar definitely looks stronger in this round than in the other two, but he's a bit wild.

Bonnar keeps working the spinning attempts - but he really doesn't connect with a spinning back fist and kick.

They keep looking for opportunities, but at 2:30, begin trading wildly. Neither gets an advantage in the exchange, but Griffin follows up with a nice high kick.

Griffin clinches and pushes Bonnar into the cage, but he doesn't go for a takedown. Griffin gets a nice right hand and leg kick, and he's really starting to control the round. Bonnar needs to do something with just a minute left.

Bonnar hits a few counter shots, but he refuses to push the pace. They clinch, and Griffin gets the better of him. Bonnar returns with some right hands, but it's not dominant enough to leave an impression.

With just moments left, Griffin gets some more punches in, and then clinches. The round ends in clinch, and it appears to be a Forrest Griffin fight. We await an official decision
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Forrest Griffin vs. Stephan Bonnar

Forrest Griffin defeats Stephan Bonnar via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
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Who fights next?
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Who fights next?

Liddell lands a barrage of punches and puts “Babalu” away quickly. It looked for a second that Renato would survive the onslaught but another right hand on the ground finishes any thoughts of a competitive title bout. It was a uppercut as “Babalu” rushed forward that started the beginning of the end.
Looks like its over.. site is getting rocked with guests as well
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Chuck Liddell vs. Renato "Babalu" Sobral

Round One:
They circle to start, and Sobral's actually the aggressor, landing a leg kick and some soft punches.

Liddell hits Sobral with a jab, and they circle a bit again.

Sobral charges Liddell and completely nails him with three or four punches, but a composed Liddell knocks Sobral down with a huge uppercut. Sobral gets up and walks into a flurry of punches from Liddell; Babalu's knocked down again. Sobral desperately tries to get Liddell in his guard, but Liddell is relentless with the blows, and the fight is stopped, and Chuck Liddell remains your champion.

Chuck Liddell defeats Renato "Babalu" Sobral via TKO at 1:35 of Round One.
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After the fight, Tito Ortiz comes into the ring to confront Liddell, only to say that they should wait till December when Liddell cuts some of his bellyfat. Liddell says he'll take either Ortiz or Silva, but if it were Silva, it'd only be a one-round fight in the UFC Champ's favor.
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post #30 of 45 (permalink) Old 08-27-2006, 12:59 AM
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Well looks like i got all 3 big fights right again.

Liddell, Griffen, and Diaz.

GG UFC lol

I feel bad for sobral though, i mean everyone said it was going to be liddells toughest challenge when clearly Couture at the age of 42 gave liddell a tougher challenge then Sobral did.

Edit: I love the fact that Liddells taunting Silvia trying to get him to fight in the UFC.

What is it that is going to be on your mind when you're on your death bed? Will it be the tedious years of 9 to 5, or the memory of some great acheivement. Maybe a moment you stood in glory to the applause of millions.
-Evan Tanner

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