Why does it say that Rees lost?

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Quasar
7/19/08 11:58:26PM
He won the fight, why is it marked down as him losing?

EDIT: I'm told it might have been a typo earlier tonight, but idk
holt8081
7/20/08 12:19:01AM

Posted by Quasar

He won the fight, why is it marked down as him losing?

EDIT: I'm told it might have been a typo earlier tonight, but idk

he lost to vera, he may have one his last fight but not this one
Aaronno9
7/20/08 12:27:03AM

Posted by holt8081


Posted by Quasar

He won the fight, why is it marked down as him losing?

EDIT: I'm told it might have been a typo earlier tonight, but idk

he lost to vera, he may have one his last fight but not this one



I think you thinking of a differant Reese, this one was a preliminary fight.
holt8081
7/20/08 12:28:54AM

Posted by Aaronno9


Posted by holt8081


Posted by Quasar

He won the fight, why is it marked down as him losing?

EDIT: I'm told it might have been a typo earlier tonight, but idk

he lost to vera, he may have one his last fight but not this one



I think you thinking of a differant Reese, this one was a preliminary fight.

oh my bad
guido
7/20/08 1:25:04AM
Because he lost...


"Rees (10-1) got the better of his foe in the first half of the opening round, grounding and pounding the Californian and opening a cut over his left eye and raising a welt under his right with the assault. But the David Terrell-trained Loughran (9-0) showed great poise under pressure, locking Rees up from the bottom and firing off elbows that stunned his foe. The end came soon after when Rees was forced to tap out from a triangle choke at 4:21 of the round."

http://www.ufc.com/index.cfm?fa=news.detail&gid=13490
Quasar
7/20/08 2:41:09AM

Posted by guido

Because he lost...


"Rees (10-1) got the better of his foe in the first half of the opening round, grounding and pounding the Californian and opening a cut over his left eye and raising a welt under his right with the assault. But the David Terrell-trained Loughran (9-0) showed great poise under pressure, locking Rees up from the bottom and firing off elbows that stunned his foe. The end came soon after when Rees was forced to tap out from a triangle choke at 4:21 of the round."

http://www.ufc.com/index.cfm?fa=news.detail&gid=13490



Well I guess you didnt read my edit, earlier tonight they had the results mixed up and showed that rees was the one who scored the triangle, simple sherdog error, it has since been updated.
D0wnUnd6e6r
7/20/08 10:04:16AM
ahhh gotta love sherdog lol
DCRage
7/20/08 10:12:10AM
I got my prelim results from F4WOnline, Ben Miller's commentary was side-splitting. (Meltzer was doing Affliction)
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