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Carwin felt Brock go out a few times
"I felt Brock go out a few times," he today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) via text message. "But it is the ref's job to call the fight, and mine is to finish the fight." Carwin, of course, came oh-so close to doing just that. According to CompuStrike.com, he landed 57 first-round blows, 47 of which were ground shots that came after he dazed Lesnar with an early uppercut. As blood poured from his face and Lesnar struggled to defend and improve his position, Rosenthal nearly halted the fight on more than one occasion.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 2:53PM by BigIP - 26 comments
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Carwin Hospitalized After 116 As Precaution
UFC 116 main event loser Shane Carwin has been hospitalized following his fight last night, but it appears to be only for precautionary reasons and Dana White doesn't believe it's anything serious. "He went back there, and I think he was more fatigued and upset, was hyperventilating and they were going to take him to the hospital," said White following the show. "I don't think there's anything seriously wrong with him." "I am fine just getting checked out at the hospital," said Carwin. "I'll be back."
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 10:09AM by DCRage - 10 comments
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Lesnar-Velasquez Next For UFC Title, JDS-Nelson Winner On Deck
UFC president Dana White called Saturday night's UFC 116 main event between Brock Lesnar and Shane Carwin "the biggest heavyweight fight in UFC history," and he's not wasting any time figuring out what comes next in the division. As expected, Cain Velasquez gets the next shot at Lesnar's UFC Heavyweight Title, but also determined now is who gets a shot after Cain: The Junior Dos Santos-Roy Nelson winner. That fight is at UFC 117.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 7:53AM by DCRage - 16 comments
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After action-packed UFC 116 fight card, more bonus checks on the way
LAS VEGAS – While the UFC on Saturday night awarded $75,000 "Fight Night" bonuses to six different fighters, UFC president Dana White said there's more money on the way. This could be especially good news for fighters like welterweight Chris Lytle, who fell short on the evening's "Submission of the Night" money when heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar shocked the world with an arm-triangle choke victory. Some MMA fans felt Lesnar's massive payday was reward enough, but White believes guaranteed money can't play a role in who gets the night's bonuses. Besides, after what the UFC boss called the "greatest night of fights" he's ever seen, more money is on the way. "Whoever deserves the check deserves the check," White told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "If anybody disagrees that Brock Lesnar was the 'Submission of the Night,' please speak now; you're out of your mind. "Nobody expected him to win by submission." Of course, no one really expected Lytle to win by straight armbar while simultaneously holding an inverted triangle choke position from the mount, either. Chris Leben's third-round submission win over Yoshihiro Akiyama and Stephan Bonnar's frenzied TKO of Krzysztof Soszynski were each rightfully awarded the evening's dual "Fight of the Night" bonuses. Then again, it seems a shame that Ricardo Romero and Seth Petrzuelli would walk away empty-handed after their back-and-forth two-round battle. White said not to worry. Those who put it all on the line would not be walking home unhappy. "What I expect of these guys is I expect these guys to go out and perform," White said. "Let me tell you this, and I mean it, we're writing some [expletive] checks tonight. We're writing checks – more than what you heard here tonight. Guys are going to get well taken care of tonight.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 4:24AM by grappler0000 - 9 comments
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Michael Bisping’s next opponent will be either Vitor Belfort or Yoshihiro Akiyama.
Michael Bisping’s next opponent will be either Vitor Belfort or Yoshihiro Akiyama. The fight will take place at UFC 120, which is being staged at the O2 Arena in London on October 16th. The news comes via Fighters Only and Daily Telegraph columnist Gareth Davies, who was told of the matchmaking by a very well-placed source. Akiyama’s eligibility will be determined by his performance tonight against Chris Leben, with a loss most likely putting him out of the running for the October match.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 3:22AM by jae_1833 - 17 comments
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Diabate vs Gustafsson added to UFC 120
A light heavyweight bout has been added to the upcoming UFC 120 card in London, England as striker extraordinare Cyril Diabate returns for his second appearance in the Octagon to take on Swedish born fighter Alexander Gustafsson. The bout was confirmed to MMAWeekly.com by sources close to the fight on Saturday, stating the fighters have verbally accepted, but bout agreements have not been issued yet. MMAFighting.com first reported the fight on Saturday.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 3:18AM by jae_1833 - 3 comments
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Kharitonov's debut likely against Antonio Silva
Newly signed Strikeforce heavyweight Sergei Kharitonov could make his debut for the organization as early as August against American Top Team heavyweight Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva. The news of Kharitonov's first Strikeforce appearance comes from CEO Scott Coker, who says they've already talked about that fight, and it could happen on the promotion’s Aug. 21 card slated for Houston.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 3:17AM by jae_1833 - 3 comments
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UFC 116 quick results
MAIN CARD Champ Brock Lesnar def. interim champ Shane Carwin via submission (arm-triangle choke) - Round 2, 2:19 (becomes unified champ) Chris Leben def. via (triangle choke) - Round 3, 4:40 Chris Lytle def. Matt Brown via submission (armbar) - Round 2, 2:02 Stephan Bonnar def. Krzysztof Soszynski via TKO (strikes) - Round 2, 3:08 George Sotiropoulos def. Kurt Pellegrino via decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) PRELIMINARY CARD Brendan Schuab def. Chris Tuchscherer via TKO (punches) - Round 1, 1:07 Ricardo Romero def. Seth Petruzelli via submission (armbar) - Round 2, 3:05 Kendall Grove def. Goran Reljic via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28) Gerald Harris def. David Branch via knockout (slam) - Round 3, 2:35 Daniel Roberts def. Forrest Petz via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) Jon Madsen def. Karlos Vemola via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 3:13AM by jae_1833 - 0 comments
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UFC 116 fighter bonuses: Six fighters each earn $75,000 awards
Gerald Harris, Brock Lesnar, Stephan Bonnar, Krzysztof Soszynski, Chris Leben and Yoshihiro Akiyama each earned $75,000 fight-night bonuses for their performances at Saturday's UFC 116 event. Harris earned the "Knockout of the Night" award, Lesnar earned the "Submission of the Night" bonus, and Bonnar, Soszynski, Leben, Akiyama all earned "Fight of the Night" honors.
Submitted Jul 4, 2010 3:12AM by jae_1833 - 12 comments
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His Back Against The Wall, Stephan Bonnar Knows It's Do or Die Tonight
Dana White has often said that light heavyweight Stephan Bonnar will always have a home in the UFC, but he's never said that home is in the cage. A finalist on the original season of "The Ultimate Fighter," Bonnar's place in UFC history is secure, but "The American Psycho" knows if he wants to keep his place on the active roster, he must get a win at tonight at UFC 116 event. Bonnar faces Krzysztof Soszynski in a rematch of their spirited UFC 110 bout in February. Bonnar and Soszynski combined to for two rousing rounds of action before an accidental headbutt from "The Polish Experiment" led to an incorrect TKO call from the referee in the final frame. Bonnar hasn't won in nearly 3 years and a loss here could get him cut, a fate recently suffered by popular fighter Keith Jardine, released after losing 4 in a row.
Submitted Jul 3, 2010 12:05PM by DCRage - 6 comments
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Shane Carwin Is Living The American Dream
In a new post on his website, Shane-Carwin.com, the UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion talks about the week in Vegas that has led up to UFC 116 tonight. "This week has been a whirlwind I have found myself on TV shows I normally watch, endorsing products I usually drink, and being treated like a super star. The entire casino and strip is loaded with ads for UFC 116 it is amazing. The hotel room is larger then my first couple of homes and they even have poker tables with Brock and me on them. There is no doubt in my mind I a living the American Dream. Tonight it is not about winning a belt or being ranked number one in the Heavy Weight Division. Tonight is about two super talented big guys who have put a life time of work into being the very best they can be. Tonight all the hard work and sacrifices comes down to 25 minutes of war. I am honored that Lesnar would give me the chance. It takes a real man to face the very best after a long lay off. Brock doesn't seem to take any short cuts and I expect to see the very best Brock Lesnar ever tonight. He is a tough fight for anyone and holds the one thing that all of us fighters in the division are hunting for, the UFC strap."
Submitted Jul 3, 2010 12:02PM by DCRage - 0 comments
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Coker: Maybe Fedor Should Fight Overeem And Winner Gets Werdum
In other words, he's thinking that if you want a shot at the Strikeforce Heavyweight Title, all you have to do is earn a marquee fight and then just lose. "My feeling is maybe Fedor should fight Alistair Overeem and whoever wins that fight gets to fight Fabricio Werdum. I would love to see that fight too, Alistair and Fedor, I would love to see that fight happen. Here's the thing, we just saw Fedor fight Werdum; I'm not saying we couldn't do the rematch [Fedor vs. Werdum] first but I'm saying there are a couple options on the table. Until we sit down with M-1, we're just talking about different options and that [Fedor vs. Overeem] is one of the options."
Submitted Jul 3, 2010 12:00PM by DCRage - 18 comments
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George Sotiropoulos Knows He's A Cheater
So claims his opponent tonight, Kurt Pellegrino, who apparently didn't like George pulling a Shinya Aoki in February when he beat Joe Stevenson in Australia while wearing "fancy pants". "I’m not stressed out. I’m not nervous. Why would I be nervous? I’ve grappled with the best grappler on the planet (Marcelo Garcia). I’ve seen everything. This is the best prepared person I’ve ever been. I just have a lot of confidence right now. I don’t need to cheat or find a loophole to make my game better. My game is where it is: no shirt, pair of fight shorts, let’s rock and roll. I don’t need neoprene or kneepads to help me win or get the edge. If that’s what he needs, fantastic; good for him. He knows he’s a cheater."
Submitted Jul 3, 2010 11:58AM by DCRage - 13 comments
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Cheick Kongo vs. Travis Browne Targeted For UFC 120
A heavyweight matchup between veteran Cheick Kongo and prospect Travis Browne is expected for UFC 120 in London. Verbal agreements are in place, paperwork pending. Kongo was recently cleared for training following a back injury that forced him off tomorrow's UFC 116.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 5:30PM by DCRage - 6 comments
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TUF 11 Finale Draws 1889 For $430K Gate
The NSAC today revealed the official attendance and live gate from the TUF 11 Finale. The total attendance was 1889: 1303 paid, 586 comps, 252 unsold, for a live gate of $430,250. UFC originally estimated 1708 attendance but was exactly right on the live gate estimate.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 4:39PM by DCRage - 0 comments
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Early UFC 116 Fighter Payouts
NSAC head Keith Kizer today revealed some of the fighter payouts-to-be for tomorrow's UFC 116 event. Brock Lesnar will get $400,000 no matter what, while Shane Carwin will get $40,000 guaranteed, $80,000 of he wins. Chris Leben will make $43,000 with double that if he wins, while Yoshihiro Akiyama gets $45,000 and another $25,000 to win.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 4:34PM by DCRage - 17 comments
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CB Dollaway vs. Joe Doerksen Targeted For September
C.B. Dollaway and Joe Doerkson are on tap for the UFC's first trip to Indiana. The middleweights appear set to face off at UFC 119 in Indiana. Verbal agreements are in place, paperwork pending.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 2:07PM by DCRage - 3 comments
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Frank Mir Scraps LHW Plans In Pursuit Of Brock Lesnar
Best 2 out of 3, anyone? Could happen now according to the former champ. "Brock's comments in his UFC interviews have inspired me to decide on holding off on going to 205, and working my way to fighting him again."
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 1:50PM by DCRage - 19 comments
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UFC 116 Official Sellout, 1 Million PPV Buys Expected
With what UFC president Dana White has called "the biggest heavyweight fight in the history of the UFC" headlining the card, Saturday's UFC 116 event is sold out. While a few select tickets remain for "UFC 116: Lesnar vs. Carwin" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the numbers are small enough that the promotion considers the event an official sellout. White also said the buzz surrounding the Brock Lesnar vs. Shane Carwin headlining bout will likely produce a pay-per-view blockbuster, and the UFC exec said the promotion is anticipating more than 1 million buys.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 12:38PM by DCRage - 0 comments
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Four Fights Added to DREAM.15. More Trouble at Featherweight
Only one week prior to DREAM.15 we are finally starting to get some more matches, but it looks like FEG are having troubles. Yoshida Dojo fighters Kazuhiro Nakamura and Michihiro Omigawa have officially made the move to DREAM where they will face Karl "Psycho" Amousso and Young Sam Jung respectively. You can be forgiven for not recognizing the name Young Sam Jung. One of Japan's best at featherweight will be facing an 0-2 fighter. Both losses come by first round KO. Mitsuhiro Ishida will be making the move down to "featherweight" to meet Daiki "DJ.taiki" Hata and the light-heavyweight title eliminator match between Gegard Mousasi vs. Jake O'Brien was made official.
Submitted Jul 2, 2010 8:42AM by emfleek - 0 comments
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