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DCRage » Posted 8/3/07 12:38:00PM

We're underway!
Prelims:
John Makdessi beat Pat Audinwood by unanimous decision, 2 30-27s and 1 30-26.
Ricardo Almeida beat T.J. Grant by unanimous decision, 3 30-27s.
Sean Pierson beat Matthew Riddle by unanimous decision, 3 30-27s.
Jesse Bongfeldt vs. Rafael Natal went to a Draw. 29-28 Natal, 28-28, 28-28.
UFC.com fights:
Dan Miller beat Joe Doerksen by split decision, 29-28 MIller, 29-28 Doerksen, 29-28 Miller.
Mark Bocek beat Dustin Hazelett by submission (triangle) at 2:33 of round 1.
PPV:
Thiago Alves beat John Howard by unanimous decision, 3 30-27s.
Mac Danzig beat Joe Stevenson by KO at 1:54 of round 1.
Jim Miller beat Charles Oliveira by submission (kneebar) at 1:59 of round 1.
Stefan Struve beat Sean McCorkle by TKO (strikes) at 3:55 of round 1.
UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre beat Josh Koscheck by unanimous decision, 3 50-45s, to retain the title.

The post-fight presser is scheduled to begin at 1:15 AM ET, live streaming via the usual outlets. That is, of course, if the main event upset doesn't happen and the fans don't tear down the house.

tcunningham » Posted 9/30/09 9:33:00PM

cant wait for the oleivera/miller fight. i dont know why they arent the co-main event instead of struve/mccorkle. alves/doomsday should be exciting as long as alves is hungry.

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DCRage » Posted 8/3/07 12:38:00PM

Could still be, the order the sites list the fights in is not always the exact fight order.

Pookie » Posted 4/8/07 11:48:00PM

If ever in doubt, pick against the canadian.

I got Audinwood over the Canadian guy!

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DCRage » Posted 8/3/07 12:38:00PM


Posted by Pookie

If ever in doubt, pick the canadian.


Especially true in Canada, and when facing a guy who calls himself "Awesomely Awesome".

Audinwood-Makdessi is up first. Arena already at least 2/3 full.

DCRage » Posted 8/3/07 12:38:00PM


Posted by Pookie

If ever in doubt, pick against the canadian.

I got Audinwood over the Canadian guy!


Hopefully nobody else took this advice. 2 30-27s and 1 30-26, Makdessi. I see an Awesomely Awesome cut next week.

Aether » Posted 4/26/07 1:42:00AM


Posted by Pookie

If ever in doubt, pick against the canadian.

I got Audinwood over the Canadian guy!



No way. If ever in doubt, you should pick the hometown hero. Pick the germans in germany, australians in australia, canadians in canada. That's my system for any undercarders I have little to no information on and it's incredibly successful lol.

Only pick against the canadians if they're fighting in the states.

grappler0000 » Posted 3/24/07 5:29:00PM


Posted by Aether


Posted by Pookie

If ever in doubt, pick against the canadian.

I got Audinwood over the Canadian guy!



No way. If ever in doubt, you should pick the hometown hero. Pick the germans in germany, australians in australia, canadians in canada. That's my system for any undercarders I have little to no information on and it's incredibly successful lol.

Only pick against the canadians if they're fighting in the states.



Well, there are several Canadians on the card tonight, so we'll see how it shakes out. I feel that local (and often lesser) talent is sometimes brought in locally to sell tickets though.

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Aether » Posted 4/26/07 1:42:00AM


Posted by grappler0000


Posted by Aether


Posted by Pookie

If ever in doubt, pick against the canadian.

I got Audinwood over the Canadian guy!



No way. If ever in doubt, you should pick the hometown hero. Pick the germans in germany, australians in australia, canadians in canada. That's my system for any undercarders I have little to no information on and it's incredibly successful lol.

Only pick against the canadians if they're fighting in the states.



Well, there are several Canadians on the card tonight, so we'll see how it shakes out. I feel that local (and often lesser) talent is sometimes brought in locally to sell tickets though.



I find that any time there's a card outside of the states you will be guaranteed that there will be a minimum of 1-2 undercard fights where an unknown but talented hometown fighter is set up with someone he's expected to beat. I think it's a strategy they use not only to get ticket sales, but also to get the crowd pumped up early for the main card.

Aether » Posted 4/26/07 1:42:00AM

I'm only talking about the undercard fights between virtually unknown fighters though. The rule doesn't apply if the fighters are remotely well known or on the main card.

DCRage » Posted 8/3/07 12:38:00PM

First Canadian loss tonight. 3 30-27s, Almeida. Run, Ricardo, Run.

Canada now 2-1 as Pierson solves the Riddle. 3 30-27s. Junkie had it 30-26 Pierson via a 10-8 round 1.

ncordless » Posted 4/8/07 11:09:00PM

0-3 with a blown parlay is not how I like to start the night

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Aether » Posted 4/26/07 1:42:00AM

2-1 16 points

Riddle got dominated according to the writeups. It also doesn't sound like he even tried to use his wrestling. Kind of interested to see this fight.

jjeans » Posted 9/2/09 6:06:00AM


Posted by ncordless

0-3 with a blown parlay is not how I like to start the night



That sucks mind you looking back on my parlay i don't even know why i bothered: Event Parlay Wager on D. Hazelett, R. Almeida, J. Stevenson Potential Earnings: $1,235
Potential Loss: $1,000... If only I double checked it before hand...

Picks wise 1-2 so far....

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Aether » Posted 4/26/07 1:42:00AM

apparently I didn't switch my pick back to Natal. I bet money on him, but my pick says bongfelt....

oops. Go water bong.

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