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Video: Extreme Challenge 188, Eric Davila knocks out Brock Larson in 7 seconds

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It took just seven seconds for Eric Davila to knock out Brock Larson at Extreme Challenge 188. Larson is now 4-4 in his last eight fights after starting his career 29-2.

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Post #1   7/24/11 2:40:36PM   

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Great now we have to say the old Brock Larson or the new Brock Larson when we talk about him. Vitor Belfort all over again.

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Posted by Budgellism

It took just seven seconds for Eric Davila to knock out Brock Larson at Extreme Challenge 188. Larson is now 4-4 in his last eight fights after starting his career 29-2.



Holy hell, I did not recall Larson starting out with a record like that... Posted the video of the KO in the playground vids section. Pretty sad showing by Larson, to say the least. Although, in his defense, I don't know if it's possible to have a "good" showing if you get KO'ed seven seconds in to the first round.......

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Posted by Budgellism

It took just seven seconds for Eric Davila to knock out Brock Larson at Extreme Challenge 188. Larson is now 4-4 in his last eight fights after starting his career 29-2.



Holy hell, I did not recall Larson starting out with a record like that... Posted the video of the KO in the playground vids section. Pretty sad showing by Larson, to say the least. Although, in his defense, I don't know if it's possible to have a "good" showing if you get KO'ed seven seconds in to the first round.......



Yeah, he was a monster back in the day. His slide was really sudden as well. I picked him against Condit (bad decision) because he was a beast and his early WEC fights were insane.

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I remember his WEC fights, he was looking beastly. If I were on the playground back then, I probably would have picked him Larson too. Then again, I wasn't a fan of Condit's until the Hardy KO. I always respected his skill, but I just never really liked him or wanted him to win. Condit just looks like someone I have beef with...

I have since gotten over it. Condit is a bad ass, and he is an articulate, funny young dude. He's good for MMA.

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Not sure if its entirely accurate to say, but I always saw Larson as a 'bully' type of fighter, good and overpowering opposition but as soon as someone fights back he kind of shuts down (although this fight wasnt necessarily the case as it was only 7 seconds long). Not really the type of fighters to get into "back and forth wars".. I dunno, just an observation.

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Davilla also came into this fight like 10lbs over....again. Takes a little bit away from the KO...but was still impressive.

Post #9   7/25/11 1:17:28AM