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Yushin Okami vs Alan Belcher

R1
Not much action in the opening stage. Both fighters felt eachother out for most of the first 5 minutes, with Okami mounting some offense in the second half of the round. Okami scored a takedown then mount, before Belcher was able to scramble to his feet. Okami lands a left hook before the round closes. Sherdog.com scores it 10-9 for the Japanese fighter.

R2
Belcher comes out more agrresive in the second round. He throws a flying knee that is caught by Okami. Yushin trips him and quickly moves to side-control. Belcher escapes to his feet but is taken down again. Sherdog.com scroes it 10-9 for Okami.

R3
Okami gets a fast takedown and takes Belcher's back. He's got both hooks in and looking for the choke. Belcher using good hand control to defend. Okami starting to punch Belcher from behind. Belcher escapes and ends up in Okami's guard. Yushin going for a Kimura. Once again Belcher escapes to his feet. Okami lands a punch combo and scores another takedown with an insdie trip. He finishes the fight pounding away in Belcher's guard.Sherdog.com scores all three rounds for Yushin Okami.

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29-28 All for Okami.
 

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Cory Walmsley vs David Heath
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Walmsley lands a right hand to kick off the action. Heath quickly clinches and scores a takedown. Heath working from the top in his opponent's guard with punches and elbows. Walmsley tries to escape to his feet but Heath jumps on his back and forces a tapot with a rear naked choke at 2:32 of the first round.
 

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Eric Schafer vs Rob MacDonald
R1
First round starts with both fighters pawing lazy jabs at each other. Schafer tries to pull guard and go for a front choke. MacDonald escapes and gets to his feet. Schafer scores a takedown into MacDonald's guard. Schafer moves to mount, then his opponent's back. MacDonald rolls over and Schafer catches him with a arm-triangle choke. Referee Herb Dean calls a stop to the contest at 2:26 of the first round after MacDonald is choked unconscious by the Kata-Gatame hold.
 

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Jamie Varner vs Hermes Franca
R1
Varner striking well from the outside as the first round begins. Hermes working leg kicks and trying to close the distance. Varner shoots in and Hermes attempts a guillotine. Varner now standing with Hermes lying on the canvas. Varner looking comfortable early in the round as he lunges in with punches. Hermes catches a punch and tries an omaplata. Hermes scrambles to his feet and attempts another guillotine. Both fighters now standing. Varner lands a solid knee to Hermes’ midsection. Hermes lands a right hand just before the round closes. WE score it 10-9 for Varner.


R2
Varner scores a single-leg takedown and lands some punches from Hermes’ guard. Again Franca looks for an omaplata. Varner moves to his feet and Franca follows. Varner scores another takedown. Varner now on Hermes’ back, with Franca working for a Kimura. Varner back in Franca's guard and working elbows and punches.

R3
Perhaps sensing his possible disadvantage on the judges’ scorecards, Hermes turns up the heat. Franca lands a knee that stuns Varner. Referee “Big” John McCarthy takes a point from Varner for running but it allows him time to recover. Varner now working from Hermes’ guard. Franca finishes the fight with a nasty unorthodox armbar from an omaplata position at 3:31 of the third round.
 

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come on sherk
 

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Sherks not fighting in UFC 62 :( i would have bought it if he was.

Its really.

Griffen Vs Bonner
Liddell Vs Babalu
Diaz vs Neer

Those are the 3 tops fights.
 

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Cheick Kongo vs. Christian Wellisch

Round One:
And we're off! Wellisch pushes the pace on the onset, but his takedown attempt is blocked by Kongo (who sprawls). They clinch against the cage, and Wellisch finally gets his takedown.

He works from Kongo's side control and then moves to the mount. He rains blows on Kongo, who desperately tries to get out. But Kongo's arm is taken, and he's in an armbar. Somehow, Kongo manages to pull out, and they're back to standing.

They clinch, and Kongo connects with some really hard knees and punches. Wellisch is stunned, and eventually the action goes to the mat. Kongo gets on top of Wellisch and then takes his back, but Wellisch rolls out. Kongo retains control, though, and sends some shots into Wellisch's back.

The fight moves back to standup, and Kongo quickly tears Wellisch apart with knees and punches. Wellisch hits the mat, and the referee stops the fight before Kongo can continue the assault.

Cheick Kongo defeats Christian Wellisch via TKO at 2:51 of Round One.
 

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Christian Wellisch vs Cheick Kongo
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Hard inside leg kick lands for Kongo to start the first stage. Wellisch clinches and scores a takedown into side-control. Wellisch moves to mount and goes for an armbar. Kongo shows good defense as he escapes and gets back to his feet. Hard knees and punches rock Wellisch as he runs away to recover. Kongo had his opponent rocked badly. Kongo lands a brutal knee that ends the fight at 2:51 of the first.
 

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i remember that round house yve done he just missed that back fist great knock out edwards is on of my favourite lightweights for sure
 

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Spit206Fire said:
Sherks not fighting in UFC 62 :( i would have bought it if he was.
What:mad: giving me false information! when is he then?
 

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hey mate im pretty sure sherk is fighting 63 i heard also something bout a jens pulver sherk match up any one else?
 

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Trust me dude im one of sherks biggest fans lol

Sherks fighting in ufc 64 against kenny florian for the lightweight belt.

Pulvers fighting 63 and so is hughes.

Pulver fights some lightweight i've never heard of.


and btw watch out for that Chieck guy, he looks pretty freakin good to me. Unless Mir cuts back on the cheeseburgers he's going to be in trouble.
 

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Nick Diaz vs. Josh Neer

Round One:
Diaz pushes the pace at first, but Neer returns with his own strikes and leg kick. They clinch at the 4:30 mark, and Neer moves Diaz into the cage. They break the hold, and they're back to looking for strikes in the center of the Octagon.

They clinch again, and Diaz is getting the better of the exchange - he repeatedly hits Neer with knees nad punches. Neer works his way out of the clinch with some strong punches, and then loses his mouthpiece (they take a rest while it's rinsed).

The action's back, and Diaz goes for some more knees as they clinch. Neer seems to be getting the better this time, however, but Diaz breaks it with some hard shots to Neer's face. Neer appears stunned, and clinches again to protect himself.

They break up again, and Diaz pushes the pace by nailing Neer with some shots. He's relentless, and Neer stays in the clinch to avoid further damage.

Diaz breaks out of the clinch, and gets a kick to Neer's head. But, upon clinching again, Neer hits Diaz with a nice knee. They trade a few times, and then Neer clinches it up again.

Diaz breaks the clinch and hits Neer with several unanswered shots, but Neer has an adrenaline rush and hits some shots of his own to end the round. Diaz issues a punch a half-second after the round ends - but he apologizes for the accidental, unintentional cheap shot.

Diaz clearly won the round.
 
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