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The win streak is over.

Former UFC heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia, who had put together a respectable four-fight run heading into Friday's Titan Fighting Championship 16 event, lasted just 32 seconds against "The Ultimate Fighter 10" cast member Abe Wagner.

The super heavyweight matchup served as the main event of Friday night's HDNet-broadcast event, which took place at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kan.

Wagner's speed advantage was evident in the opening seconds, and he looked to pepper Sylvia with strikes on multiple levels as he retreated and stayed away from his opponent's length. Then a right hand brought about the beginning of the end.


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Post #1   1/29/11 12:37:48AM   

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This loss isn't so bad Timmeh, look at the bright side, you didn't lose to a 48 year old boxer, you didn't lose in 9 seconds, and no poop in your pants. Tonight was nowhere near the depths you've seen.

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Post #2   1/29/11 1:34:48AM   

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Posted by cowcatcher

didn't lose to a 48 year old boxer, you didn't lose in 9 seconds, and no poop in your pants.



To quote Meatloaf: "2 out of 3 ain't bad".

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Post #3   1/29/11 1:54:06AM   

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Im just surprised Tim Sylvia thinks he can win fights on a professional level without any training. 311 pounds is ridiculously out of shape.

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Post #4   1/29/11 2:19:50AM   

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Damm timmy
Lose the weight
I went 2-2 tonight. But did win some money on wagner and the other guy who
Beat rich clementi

Post #5   1/29/11 3:01:50AM   

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Maybe it's Wagner who should get another shot at the UFC.....High seems to be another prospect who is probably ready to make his way back as well.

Post #6   1/29/11 3:39:13AM   

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HIgh looked great...and I agree about Wagner...though he should prob win a couple more fights in convincing fashion against some cans or midlevel guys

Post #7   1/29/11 12:54:57PM   

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Drew McFedries looked outstanding, his boxing was awesome. I don't know about his ground game, but he his kickboxing and head movement looked excellent. One more win and I think he should get another fight in the UFC.

Post #8   1/29/11 3:02:16PM   

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Posted by warglory

Drew McFedries looked outstanding, his boxing was awesome. I don't know about his ground game, but he his kickboxing and head movement looked excellent. One more win and I think he should get another fight in the UFC.



Really...outstanding? The way I saw it I think he almost got taken out by Tapusoa in the second who then basically gassed while a better conditioned Mcfedries recovered and picked his shots for the remainder of the fight.

It Tapusoa was better conditioned I feel that fight ends during the knockdown...but thats irrelevant because Drew did pull it off. I think he did a great job of surviving and using technique to pick apart a less conditioned opponent but I have to say that Outstanding is a stretch IMO.

Post #9   1/29/11 3:29:42PM   

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Post #10   1/29/11 3:47:43PM   

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Posted by sclasclemski


Posted by warglory

Drew McFedries looked outstanding, his boxing was awesome. I don't know about his ground game, but he his kickboxing and head movement looked excellent. One more win and I think he should get another fight in the UFC.



Really...outstanding? The way I saw it I think he almost got taken out by Tapusoa in the second who then basically gassed while a better conditioned Mcfedries recovered and picked his shots for the remainder of the fight.

It Tapusoa was better conditioned I feel that fight ends during the knockdown...but thats irrelevant because Drew did pull it off. I think he did a great job of surviving and using technique to pick apart a less conditioned opponent but I have to say that Outstanding is a stretch IMO.



He got knocked down, though e wasn't almost taken out in my opinion. Drew jumped right back up and Tapusoa failed to capitalize. And Tapusoa didn't really gas until he started getting a bit desperate with his boxing after being on the receiving end of some of Drew's kicks. Outstanding is probably a bit extreme of a term to use, but I was impressed with his performance.

Post #11   1/29/11 3:53:29PM   

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didnt Timmeh weigh like 280ish in his fight against Buentello? how the hell did he allow himself to balloon out again?

also Clementi deserved that loss. it seemed like he was just clowning around too much and then got careless. he could have been on a 5 fight win stream (i think he got robbed in his Bellator fight) and was maybe a win or two away from making a UFC return

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Bad performance by Tim all around. On the other hand Wager seemed to be in great shape and really looked much improved in his stand up. A few more wins and maybe a return to the UFC could happen?

Post #13   1/30/11 7:14:17PM