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UFC 102 Live Results and Play by play***SPOLIERS***

As usual, I will be posting play by play for tonight's event. If you don't want to be spoiled and know any of the results, then please....exit this thread.

Here we go:


Preliminary Card


MARCUS AURELIO VS. EVAN DUNHAM

Round 1 -
An intense staredown as the fighters get final instructions. A touch of gloves gets the evening's first contest underway. Dunham looks to work a combo early. The two dance and trade right hands. Dunham the early aggressor. Aurelio parrying and just misses with a heavy counter right. Aurelio lands a lead right, but Dunham answers with a jab. Two minutes in, and Aurelio is now initiating more action. Dunham lands a 1-2 that backs Aurelio against the cage, but he quickly slips away. Dunham lands a left hand that drops Aurelio, and he charges in with a flurry on the ground, Several shots connect, and Aurelio is hurt. Aurelio hangs on, and Dunham briefly settles into guard before standing up and motioning Aurelio to do the same. Aurelio looks to shoot, but Dunham sprawls. Aurelio throws a few wild shots before an unsuccessful takedown attempt. Aurelio appears recovered with a minute remaining. Aurelio wings a few wild rights, but Dunham scores with a straight left. Dunham ends with a flurry and easily takes the first, 10-9 on the MMAjunkie.com card.

Round 2 - Aurelio comes out with the first punch, then another missed takedown. Dunham slips and scores with a few straight left hands. Another left backs Aurelio up. "Maximus" looking for the takedown again, but Dunham defends. Aurelio finally lands a right hand, and he takes Dunnham down against the cafe. Aurelio takes half-mount, and Dunham eats a few punches with his arms trapped. Dunham shakes free and returns to his feet. Aurelio breathing hard, and Dunham scores with a left hand down the middle. Aurelio lands a wild right hook, and a follow up catches Dunham in the eye. Dunham winces and gets a brief respite. Aurelio moves in on the restart. Dunham pushes away from a clinch. Two minutes left in the round. Aureio stalking, but Dunham answers with several hard punches and a kick. Dunham misses with a left haymaker, and Aurelio ducks in and works for a takedown. Dunham sprawls and defends, then pushes away. Dunham lands a kick to the legs. Dunham scores with a right hand and narrowly misses with a high kick. Aurelio slowing, though Dunham still looks fresh as time expires. Closer round, but Dunham takes it according to MMAjunkie..com, 10-9.

Round 3 -
Aurelio immediately shoots in and Dunham pulls guard. Aurelio works to pass with his legs as Dunham holds tight with his arms. Dunham throws a few elbows on bottom, and Aurelio answers from top. Dunham's head trapped on the cage, and Aurelio passes to half-mount, then swings out to north-south. Dunham stands during the transition, then drops to a knee as Aurelio looks for a guillotine choke. Aurelio squeezes tight with an arm-in guillotine, then drops and rolls to tighten the hold. Dunham lasts the hold, escapes and stands. The crowd cheers wildly, and the pair trades wildly in the center. Aurelio shoots in again. Dunham defends, but he's forced to his knees. Aurelio picks the ankle and eventually forces Dunham to his back. Dunham scrambles and stands with 90 seconds remaining. This time Dunham shoots in and works the fight to the floor. They stay there only briefly. Wild swings by both fighters with under a minute. Aurelio shoots in again, but Dunham sprawls. Dunham lands a high kick, and the pair is toe-to-toe for the final 10 seconds. Great opening fight, and the crowd shows their appreciation. MMAjunkie.com sees the final round for Aurelio, 10-9, but the fight for Dunham, 29-28. Evan Dunham def. Marcus Aurelio via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27).

Large sections of empty seats visible in the lower level of the arena, though the building is filling in. Arena about 40 to 50 percent full as the night's second bout gets underway.



MARK MUNOZ VS. NICK CATONE

Round 1 -
Urijah Faber cageside as the action begins. A quick touch of gloves gets us started. Munoz works immediately to the clinch, though Catne backs him tot he cage, works his arms free and lands a few hard shots. Munoz backs away and shoots in, taking Catone down, but only momentarily. Munoz misses a jab and Catone cores with a counter right. Munoz lands a heavy rihgt, then moves in for another clinch. Munoz lands a knee inside, then just misses with an elbow as he backs away. Catone pumps a jab but caches an inadvertant low blow in the exchange. Replays show the left low kick scored directly on the cup. Catone rests briefly, the jumps back in with three minutes remaining. Munoz misses a punch, and Catone ducks under and works him to the floor. Catone takes side control and throws several knees to Munoz's right side. Munoz tries to roll free, and turns Catone by grabbing his leg and rolling. The two stand, Munoz at the rear. Catone lands a back elbow, but Munoz dumps him on the floor. Catone stands immediately back up. One minute remains, and Catone lands a flurry. Munoz misses a takedown, and the two again clinch. The pair trades knees as time expires, and Catone works it to the floor as time expires. Close round, but MMAjunkie.com sees it for Catone, 10-9.

Round 2 - Catone opens the second with a few quick shoots. Catone shoots in, walking into a Munoz knee, but the blow doesn't faze him as he finishes the shot. Catone works to side control, then to the back as Munoz rolls. Munoz stands, and Catone lands a knee on the break. Munoz moves forward again into a clinch. and with double underhooks works Catone to the mat. He pops immediately back up, and Munoz releases the hold. Liytle less bounce by both fighters with three minutes remaining. An exchange of punches mostly misses. Munoz works for angles, but Catone lands the heavy shot that wobbles Munoz Munoz wobbles. TOugh to tell if he's feigning, and Catone does not rush in. Munoz clinches and drags Catone to the floor. Catone again stands, though Munoz is the one that lands the knee this time. Munoz again shoves Catone to the cage, and he lands a nice right hand. Munoz takes a second to clean his feet, and Catone allows it. Catone lands another nice right hand. Munoz answers, then narrowly misses a homerun shot. Munoz grabs a guillotine choke as Catone drops to his knees. Referee Yves Lavigne watches closely, but Munoz releases and resorts to a headlock. The round ends, and though Catone had a few stunning shots, MMAjunkie.com sees it for Munoz, 10-9, in another close round.

Round 3 - Smattering of applause as the third round starts. Munoz looks a little but livelier, and he narrowly misses on a single-leg. Munoz lands a punch as he pulls away. Munoz looks comfortable on his feet, though Catone snaps a jab to his nose. Catone misses with a few hard shots, and Munoz ducks under for a shot. Catone slips away, narrowly missing a hard right hand. Munoz looking to attack from the feet, but Catone using decent footwork to escape. Munoz grabs hold of the head, dropping down while looking for a guillotine. Catone jumps to the side and Munoz is forced to release it. Catone tries to grab an ankle lock, but Munoz slips free and spins t top position. Munoz backs away and lands a nice 1-2, but Catone backs away and shoots in. Catone works to the back, though he's too high as Munoz stands and shucks him off. Munoz falls into Catone's guard, then quickly works out to half-mount. One minute remains, and Munoz moves out to side control. Catone turtles, and Munoz passes on a chance to work in a choke in favor of control and a barrage of right hands. Munoz switches to left hands as Catone tries to slip free. Munoz's wrestling background helps him to hold Catone down for the remainder of the round, delivering a few solid punches to the hand and taking the fight on the MMAjunkie.com card, 29-28. Mark Munoz def. Nick Catone via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28).


TODD DUFFEE VS. TIM HAGUE

Round 1
- Referee Mario Yamasaki gets the two massive heavyweights started. Dufee lands a stiff jab as Hague opens an attack. The blow drops Hague immediately. Duffee pounces, and a flurry of blows follow. Some miss, but a big left hand on the ground doesn't. Yamasaki is forced to jump in, and Duffee earns the rapid stoppage. Todd Duffee def. Tim Hague via knockout (punches) - Round 1, 0:07.


MIKE RUSSOW VS. JUSTIN McCULLY

Round 1 -
Referee Herb Dean gets the action started. McCully immediately works his jab. Russow tries a bullrush, but McCully evades. Russow tries for a single-leg, then snags the other and dumps McCully on his back. McCully tries to roll up as Russow stands over him, but Russow dumps him back to the floor. McCully pulls guard with his head against the cage. Russow stands, then falls back to McCully's guard. Russow lands a few short right hands, and McCully tries to wiggle free, though the cage impedes his progress. The crowd boos at the slow pace, and McCully tries again to move. McCully secures a close guard, though Russow stands when he releases the legs. Halfway through the opening round, and Russow works to McCully's half-guard. McCully stands, and Russow immediately tries again for a leg. McCully tries to rolling into a kimura attempt, but Russow works free and winds up in top position as they hit the floor. McCully pulls guard, and a brief scramble allows McCully to sweep to the back. McCully look for a choke, but its not there. Russow stands, and McCully catches him with an upkick. McCully looks for an ankle lock as time is winding down, but Russow pulls free. McCully had the submission attempts, but Russow dominated too much of the positioning and takes the round on the MMAjunkie.com card, 10-9.

Round 2 - McCully staggered a bit to his corner following the round, and it warrants an extra look from the ringside doctor. The doctor has McCully stand, and he appears to be having a bit of trouble balancing. McCully says he can continue, pleads his case, and eventually gets the reprieve. Russow shoots in immediately at the start of the round, and he works out to the side while in McCully's half-guard. Dean calls for action as McCully seems comfortable remaining on his back. Russow stands briefly, then falls immediately back onto McCully. It's undeniable effective, but the crowd hates the strategy. McCully rolls to his knees, and Russow controls his head. Russow spins to the side, looking briefly for a kimura. Two minutes remain, and McCully has been trapped on the floor the entire time. Dean watches closely as Russow delivers a few short punches. Dean stands the fight, and McCully looks a bit disorientated as he slowly rises. McCully pumps a few slow jabs that miss, then tries a flying knee that misses as well. Russow uses the blow to throw McCully off balance and to the floor. Russow works in a solid kimura attempt from side control, but McCully is saved by the bell. One-sided action, and MMAjunkie.com sees it for Russow, 10-8.

Round 3 - The doctor again checks McCully, but he's allowed to continue. Both fighters winded, though McCully opens up withn a few punching combinations. The blows don't land, but Russow doesn't answer.McCully tries a Superman punch, but Russow ducks underneath and pushes McCully to the floor. McCully pulls guard, and the crowd groans. McCully hold Russow close, and Dean restarts the action. McCully again looks to utilize his jab, then a front kick. McCully sprawls on a Russow takedown attempt and throws a knee. A big right by McCully narrowly misses. McCully seems to have a small second wind halfway through the final frame, but Russow closes the distance and forces McCully to the mat. McCully has an open guard with 90 seconds left. Dean calls for action, but Russow presses McCully to the cage. Russow stands and passes to side control. It's a trudging pace, but Russow stays just busy enough to keep the action there. Dean stands the action with 30 seconds left, and McCully lands a knee then misses with a flurry of punches. There will be no surprise ending to the one-sided affair. McCully labors back to his corner, and MMAjunkie.com sees the round for Russow, 10-9, and the fight for him 30-26. Mike Russow def. Justin McCully via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-26, 30-27).

CHRIS TUCHSCHERER VS. GABRIEL GONZAGA

Round 1 -
UFC heavyweight champion accompanies Tuchscherer to the cage, earning a strong crowd reaction. Gonzaga also receives a very warm welcome. Tuchscherer circles to his right, and Gonzaga throws a strong low kick right to Tuchscherer cup. The replay earns a gasp from the crowd, and the blow could be heard loudly cageside. The action is stopped, and Tuchscherer collpases on the mat. After afew minutes, the ringside doctors come in to take a look, and Tuchscherer begins to wrestle with them. Tuchscherer in obvious pain, and he finally returns to a stool. Tuchscherer stands, though he's still walking a bit gingerly. Gonzaga has been pacing the whole time. Tuchscherer discussing his options with the doctor and match referee.

Tuchscherer decides to give it a go. Gonzaga apologizes on the restart. Gonzaga immediately drops Tuchscherer with a heavy left high kick. Gonzaga follows to the floor, delivering more blows as he works to mount. A right hand lands on the jaw and force Tuchscherer to roll. He's bleeding from the nose as Gonzaga looks for a rear-naked choke. It's not there, and Gonzaga rolls out and lands a knee to the ribs. Tuchscherer in major trouble. Gonzaga stands, and Tuchscherer stays on his knee, slowly rising as Gonzaga leaps in for more punishment. Tuchscherer is a bloody mess, and the fight needs to be stopped. It finally, mercifully is. Probably not what Tuchscherer had in mind for his UFC debut. Gabriel Gonzaga def. Chris Tuchscherer via TKO (punches) - Round 1, 4:27.



AARON SIMPSON VS. ED HERMAN

Round 1 -
The hometown fighter Herman receives a rousing ovation as he is introduced. Herman stalks to open, pawing with his jab. Simpson tries to leap in with a right hand, but misses. Herman throws a high kick, but Simpson answers with his hands. Simpson scores a takedown, then backs away. He repeats the process. Herman remains on his back. Chants of "Eddie" fill the arena, and Simpson remains standing over Herman. Herman tries a few leaping upkicks, but Simpson keeps him at bay. Simpson not offering a lot while standing over his opponent, though he does eventually move inwith a punch. He moves quickly back out, and halfway through the round Herman works back to his feet. He's pushed to the floor by Simpson, but he pop right back up. Simpson moving away, though he lands a three-punch comb. Another right hand drops Herman, and Simpson follows him to the floor. Simpson throws a few wild shots on the mat, but Herman hangs in and regains his composure. Herman pulls guard, but Simpson backs away. Herman follows to his feet. Simpson lands a right hand and a takedown, then lands a flurry on the ground. Simpson stands again and the first round ends. MMAjunkie.com sees it easily for Simpson, 10-9.

Round 2 - Simpson light on his feet as the second open. Herman throws a kick to the body, but Simpson catches it and throws him to the ground. Herman immediately rolls into a fetal position, clinching his left knee. Referee Yves Lavigne quickly halts the bout. Replays show Herman's left knee clearly buckled as he threw the right kick. Herman is helped back to the dressing room in obvious pain and equally disappointed. Aaron Simpson def. Ed Herman via TKO (injury) - Round 2, 0:17.



MAIN CARD


KRZYSZTOF SOSZYNSKI VS. BRANDON VERA

Round 1 -
Referee Herb Dean gets the evening's main-card action started. opens with a flurry or right hands. Vera avoids and the two set up for a striking exchange. Both miss with leg kicks. Soszynksi rushing in, but Vera answers with a knee. Vera keeping his distance, avoiding Soszynksi's rushes. Vera leaps with a 1-2 but misses. Distance closing a bit, and Soszynksi clinches. Soszynksi pushes Vera against the cage, and Vera narrowly misses with a knee. Soszynksi grabs the cage briefly, but Vera circles off. The two grab a Thai clinch but separate. Soszynksi relying on his hands, while Vera mixing in some kicks. With 90 seconds remaining, it's a very close round. The pair clinches, and Vera throws a few knees inside. The pair trade knees inside and separate with 30 seconds left. Soszynksi charges in, but Vera sprawls and lands a few shots as time expires. Close round, but MMAjunkie.com awards it to Vera, 10-9.

Round 2 - Soszynksi again narrowly missing as he leaps in. Vera evades, but Soszynksi scores with a second attack. Soszynksi uses the attack to clinch, though offers little inside. Vera forces the clinch and lands a few left hands to the body, though Soszynksi answers with short elbows. Vera switches to a Thai clinch, but Soszynksi escapes. Vera lands a right hand, then sneaks in another. Soszynksi works again for a bullrush, but Vera avoids with quick footwork. Soszynksi lands a right hand, then immediately shoots in. Vera lost his mouthpiece, and Dean halts the bout during a takedown attempt. Vera misses a high kick, and Soszynksi again pushes in. Vera tries to secure a guillotine, but he doesn't have the angle and Soszynksi moves away. Vera lands a combo, and Soszynksi clinches, then srops for a takedown. Vera won't go to his back, and the crowd is railing against Soszynksi's strategy. Soszynksi's determination pays off, and he works Vera to the mat with a minute remaining. He does nothing with it, and Vera pops back up. Vera moves in, trapping Soszynksi's arms and pushing him to the cage. He rides the position out, narrowly earning another round on the MMAjunkie.com card, 10-9.

Round 3 - Soszynski opens a but more aggressively, though Vera answers with a smooth spinning combination that just misses but earns cheers from the crowd. Soszynski clinches and lines up a knee but comes up empty. One minute in, and Soszynski misses another takedown attempt. Vera cautious with his strikes, knowing Soszynski wants the ground. A few sneak in, but Soszynski works back to the clinch. The evening's "Fight of the Night" honor is still up for grabs, as Soszynski again works into a clinch. This time, Vera gets a trip, and Soszynski grabs half-guard as he falls to his back. Vera works in a few right hands, and Soszynski rolls to his belly. Soszynski stands up and Vera throws a knee inside. Soszynski signals it was a low blow, and gets a quick rest. Soszynski parries a few Vera jabs, but with 90 seconds remaining his time is running out to make something happen. Vera lands on a counter flurry, then adds in a leaping right hand. Soszynski appears a bit fatigued and frustrated. Vera throws a few front kicks, opening up his arsenal just a bt as the fight wins down. Soszynski throws a few punches as time expires, then walks dejectedly to his corner. MMAjunkie.com sees it as a clean sweep for Vera, 30-27. Brandon Vera def. Krzysztof Soszynski via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).


DEMINAN MAIA VS. NATE MARQUARDT

Round 1 -
Maia opens with a low kick, then goes high. He tries a third, and a right hand down the middle blasts him on the chin. Maia collapses, and the fight is quickly halted. Nate Marquardt def. Demian Maia via knockout (punch) - Round 1, 0:21.


JAKE ROSHOLT VS. CHRIS LEBEN


Round 1 - The crowd is firmly behind Leben, the Oregon native. Leben circles, with Rosholt taking the center. Not much action early as the two search for range. Chants of "Leben" fill the arena as he misses with a few kicks. Rosholt answers with a kick to the legs that connects. Rosholt not looking to work to the ground early. Leben again misses with a kick. Rosholt misses with a 1-2. Leben working kicks to the body, but Rosholt moving away well. Two minutes gone, and not much action. Rosholt leaps in with a knee as Leben looks low, and Rosholt falls into guard. Leben throws a few shots to the ribs, and Rosholt works a close guard. Leben postures, and Rosholt kicks him away, using the space to stand. Leben's nose is bloody as he returns to his feet. With 90 seconds left, Leben can't seem to find his range. Rosholt clinches and earns the trip, moving quickly to mount. Leben rolls and tries to sit up, but Rosholt stands and locks in a guillotine. There's no leverage, and Rosholt backs away, scoring a knee as Leben stands. Leben rushes in, and swings for the fences, but Rosholt dances away. MMAjunkie.com sees it for Rosholt, 10-9.

Round 2 - A touch of gloves starts the second. Rosholt mises with a high kick, and Leben uses the chance to counter and shove him to the floor. Rosholt secures half-guard, and the "Leben" chants return. Rosholt works to full guard, and Leben throws a few punches to the ribs. Rosholt kicks his legs up for a triangle, but Leben tosses them aside and drops back into guard. Two minutes have passed, and referee Yves Lavigne leaves the fighters in the stalemate. Eventually he has enough, and the two fighters are restarted. Leben looking to attack, but Rosholt's defensive footwork making it tough. Leben throws a left high kick that is blocked, but he follows with a left hand and moves into the clinch. Leben lands a few footstomps, and I'm sure Mike Goldberg is making a Marco Ruas reference. Leben backs away, and Rosholt shoots in. After earning the takedown, Rosholt stands, avoids a few upkicks and falls into guard. Rosholt stands again, as does Leben. The fighters end in a flurry, and MMAjunkie.com sees a closer round for Leben, 10-9.

Round 3 - Leben stalking, and he throws a kick to the body. A second kick sees Rosholt go back to his roots and quickly shoot in. Rosholt transitions to mount with relative ease, then settles for half-mount. Rosholt throws a few elbows on top, then looks for the rear-naked choke. It's not there, but Rosholt quickly grabs a deep head-and-arm choke. Leben is trapped. He tries to last, then throws a quick punch before falling asleep. Jake Rosholt def. Chris Leben via technical submission (arm-trinagle choke) - Round 3, 1:30.


THIAGO SILVA VS. KEITH JARDINE

Round 1 -
Referee Herb Dean gets the co-main event started. Silva takes the center of the cage, though Jardine lands a snapping low kick. Silva snaps in a jab. Jardine drops to the floor after eating a straight right, and Silva leaps on top, setting up in half-mount. Jardine works back to his feet, and he lands a right uppercut once back on his feet. Silva drops Jardine with a left hand and quickly throws three more blows to the downed fighter. The first knocks him out, and the third scores again, forcing the stoppage. Thiago Silva def. Keith Jardine via knockout (punches) - Round 1, 1:35.


ANTONIO RODRIGO NOGUEIRA VS. RANDY COUTURE

Round 1 -
Referee Mario Yamasaki gets the action underway, and the arena is electric. Couture sneaks in a right hand. Nogueira answers. Boxing to start, and Couture getting the best of it. Nogueira tries to pull guard, but Couture pulls away. Nogueira grabs a clinch, and the crowd chanting "Randy" throughout. Coutue wrestles away. Couture leads with a jab and works into a clinch, then pulls away. Nogueira circles to his right and drops Couture with a right hand in an exchange. Nogueira grabs his signature Anaconda and squeezes, but Coure remains calm, escaping and returning to his feet. Three minutes gone. Couture lands a nice jab that snaps Nogueira's head back. Couture follows with a right hand in an exchange, but Nogueira answers. Toe to toe the two trade blows. Nogueira left cheek bleeding, Couture's is marked a well. Toe to toe again, and the crowd can't believe what it's seeing. Couture pushes Nogueira to the cage with 30 seconds left, and the round ends there. Amazing first round. MMAjunkie.com sees it for Nogueira, 10-9, because of the submission.

Round 2 - Nogueira opens with a combo, and Couture answers with a low kick. Nogueira wobbles him with a blow, and tries to sneak in another choke attempt. He slips off and falls to his back. Couture sets up from Nogueira's guard. Couture throws a few elbows from top position, each one to the great delight of the crowd. Beautful sweep by Nogueira leaves him in mount, and he lands a few left hand punches from top position. Nogueira isolates the left arm and tries to pass guard to secure the choke. Two minutes remain, and Couture is trapped in the hold but maintaining half guard. Couture swings with his free arm and Nogueira eventually releases the hold. Nogueira maintains top position, but Couture scrambles to his feet. Couture narrowly misses a heavy right hand, and the two return to a wild exchange. Couture scores, but Nogueira keeps pressing forward. Another exchange at the bell, and it's a fight worthy of the two legends. Nevertheless, MMAjunkie.com sees a second round going to Nogueira, 10-9.

Round 3 -
Couture scores an early combination, but Nogueira answers. Nogueira drops Couture with a right hand and pounces. Nogueira unleashes a flurry on the ground, but Yamasaki gives Couture every opportunity he can to recover. Nogueira relents, and sets up in top position. Nogueira works from top, throwing a few punches as he maintains side control. Nogueira smartly holds onto the position, and Couture is trapped against the cage with little room to move. The crowd doesn't like the strategy. Couture works to get free halfway through the round, but Nogueira moves deftly to the back. Couture staves off the rear-naked choke, keeping his head low as he's positioned on his knees. Eventually, Nogueira slips off and Couture reverses the position, working from inside of Nogueira's guard. Nogueira clasps his arms, holding Couture close. Less than a minute remains, and Couture is able to score a few short elbows from the top, but not the kind that can finish the fight. Couture tries to answer to the fans' urging, but there's not enough time. Great fight that's far closer than the score would indicate, but MMAjunkie.com sees it as a clean sweep for Noguira, 30-27. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira def. Randy Couture via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).



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Wish Marcus would have pulled it out.
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Nah, just the prelims. I wish Aurelio would've won, but what can you do. We have a saying here which roughly translates to this: "Just wipe your mouth and go on!".
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Damn it. From what I read, it seemed like Catone would take that via split. Guess not.
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Damn 0.07 sec ko !
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:33 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Oh shit! 0:07!
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:34 PM   #8 (permalink)
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7 second knockout. Is that a new record?
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:35 PM   #9 (permalink)
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7 second knockout. Is that a new record?
Yeah, I think so.
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:36 PM   #10 (permalink)
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