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UFC 119 Quick Results

  • Frank Mir def. Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic via knockout (knee) – Round 3, 4:02
  • Ryan Bader def. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Chris Lytle def. Matt Serra via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Sean Sherk def. Evan Dunham via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
  • Melvin Guillard def. Jeremy Stephens via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 30-27)
  • C.B. Dollaway def. Joe Doerksen via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 2:13
  • Matt Mitrione def. Joey Beltran via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Thiago Tavares def. Pat Audinwood via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 3:47
  • Waylon Lowe def. Steve Lopez via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
  • T.J. Grant def. Julio Paulino via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Sean McCorkle def. Mark Hunt via submission – Round 1, 1:03
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Posted by on September 26, 2010 in Quick Results, UFC


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TJ Grant vs Julio Paulino Added to UFC 119 in Indy

MMA Junkie Reports:

TJ Grant

– 15-4-0 MMA/ 2-2 UFC Record

– Loss 2 of last 3 Fights

– Notable Wins: Kevin Burns, Ryo Chonan, Forrest Petz

Julio Paulino

– 17-3-0 MMA/ 0-1 UFC Record

– Won 7 of last 8 Fights

– Notable Wins: Rob Yundt, Terry Martin

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Posted by on July 6, 2010 in News, UFC


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Julio Paulino Out; Forrest Petz in versus Daniel Roberts at UFC 116

MMA Junkie Reports:

Forrest Petz

– 18-7-0 MMA/ 2-3 UFC Record

– 4 Fight Win Streak

– Notable Wins: Luigi Fioravanti, Sam Morgan, Chad Reiner

Daniel Roberts

– 9-1-0 MMA Record/ 0-1 UFC Record

– 7 Sub, 2 Decision Victories

– Notable Wins: Levi Avera

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Posted by on June 17, 2010 in News, UFC


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Daniel Roberts vs Julio Paulino Set For UFC 116

MMA Weekly Reports:

Daniel Roberts

– 9-1-0 MMA Record/ 0-1 UFC Record

– 7 Sub, 2 Decision Victories

– Notable Wins: Levi Avera

Julio Paulino

– 17-3-0 MMA/ 0-1 UFC Record

– Won 7 of last 8 Fights

– Notable Wins: Rob Yundt, Terry Martin

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Posted by on May 2, 2010 in News, UFC


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UFC on Versus 1: Predictions

Jon Jones vs Brandon Vera

Jon Jones’ game plan for every fight has been the same… Unleash fury on his opponent. He uses snap kicks, leg trips, spinning back elbows, or whatever sounds fun at the time. His awkward boxing style has befuddled everyone he’s faced. He comes in with punches from all angles that frustrates anyone on the other side of them. Brandon Vera will look to keep distance with his long leg kicks, and follow them up with strikes. I’m interested to see how Jones handles himself in Vera’s muay thai clinch if the fight gets there. I don’t see Jones using too many of his leg sweeps or judo throws against Vera, due to the danger Vera can be on his back. I think this fight will be on the feet for the majority of the time, which favors the unorthodox, Jones.

Prediction: Jon Jones def Brandon Vera by TKO – Rd. 2

Junior dos Santos vs Gabriel Gonzaga

Gabriel Gonzaga becomes the first opponent since Fabricio Werdum that can possibly get the fight to the ground and test Dos Santos’ jiu-jitsu. We’ve all seen the destruction that Dos Santos can create on the feet, but we still haven’t seen his black belt jiu-jitsu in action. Gonzaga is dangerous on the feet as well, but i just can’t see him wanting to stand with Dos Santos for very long. I’ve seen video of Dos Santos’ ground game against Joaquim Ferreira and it was nothing to go crazy about. If Gonzaga can get this fight to the ground, Dos Santos could be in a lot of trouble. I’m calling an upset here…

Prediction: Gabriel Gonzaga def Junior Dos Santos by Armbar – Rd. 2

Paul Buentello vs Cheick Kongo

Not much to dissect in this bout. Both guys are going to come in and look to knock each other’s head’s off. Buentello hasn’t had a submission victory since 2005 and Kongo since 2003. I don’t see that changing on Sunday. Tough fight to call since both fighters have one punch KO power with a solid boxing background to back it up. It may come down to hand speed, which should favor Kongo just a bit. I’m not really feeling a finish though….

Prediction: Cheick Kongo def Paul Buentello by Unanimous Decision

 Alessio Sakara vs James Irvin

Much like the fight above, maybe more so…. these guys will be looking for the big right hand from the first bell to the last one. Sakara, since training at American Top Team, has looked much more well-rounded in his last few fights. Irvin, is coming off a year and a half lay off due to a couple nagging injuries. I think Irvin may be a little sluggish due to the long lay off and will probably suffer the same result as the last time we saw him in the cage. KO’d.

Prediction: Alessio Sakara def James Irvin by KO – Rd. 1


Clay Guida vs Shannon Gugerty

Thank God this fight is on the prelim card. I don’t want to watch Guida lay on Gugerty for 15 minutes.

Prediction: Clay Guida def Shannon Gugerty by Unanimous Decision 

Eliot Marshall vs Vladimir Matyushenko

Interesting match-up here. A case of two generations meeting at the crossroads of their careers. Eliot Marshall showed much improved take down defense in his last fight with Jason Brilz since his time on the Ultimate Fighter. Marshall will look to stay up-right and use his jab, which should land at will due to Matyushenko’s diminishing hand speed and the tendency to lower the right hand. As long as Marshall can avoid the clinch game and stay on his feet, i like him to pull the mild upset.

Prediction: Eliot Marshall def Vladimir Matyushenko by Unanimous Decision

Darren Elkins vs Duane “Bang” Ludwig

Every time Ludwig enters the cage he has one thing in mind, and that’s to try and knock his opponent’s head off. Darren Elkins looks to get an early take down and expose Ludwig’s very inefficient ground game. I like the experience of Ludwig to be able to fend off the take down of Elkins, and eventually score the big shot earning him maybe the last big win of his career.

Prediction: Duane Ludwig def Darren Elkins by TKO – Rd. 3

John Howard vs Daniel Roberts

John Howard is known more for his athletic ability more than being a technically sound fighter. Howard uses his strength to control fighters, wear them down, then look for the big KO shot. Daniel Roberts was a collegiate wrestler, who has made a name for himself in the MMA world by getting some slick submissions on his opponents. Roberts need to look for a submission early, most likely off his back, or it could be a long night for the UFC newcomer.

Prediction: John Howard def Daniel Roberts by Unanimous Decision

Chase Gormley vs Brendan Schaub

A good match-up for last year’s Ultimate Fighter runner up, Brendan Schuab. Gormley, a wrestler with little to no offense perils or submission defense. Due to Schaub’s football frame alone, Gormley should not have an easy time getting or keeping him down on the mat. I’m not quite sure if the end will come by TKO or submission, but it should be an impressive performance for Schaub.

Prediction: Brendan Schaub def Chase Gormley by Armbar – Rd. 1

Julio Paulino vs Mike Pierce

Prediction: Mike Pierce def Julio Paulino by TKO – Rd. 2

Jason Brilz vs Eric Schafer

Prediction: Jason Brilz def Eric Schafer by Unanimous Decision

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Posted by on March 18, 2010 in Predictions, UFC


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Rob Kimmons Out; UFC New-Comer Julio Paulino faces Mike Pierce at UFC on Versus 1

MMA Junkie Reports:

Mike Pierce

10-3-0 MMA/ 1-1 UFC Record

– Won 6 of Last 7 fights

– Notable Wins: Brock Larson, Paul Bradley, Mark Miller

Julio Paulino

– 17-2-0 MMA/ UFC Debut

– 7 Fight Win Streak

– Notable Wins: Rob Yundt, Terry Martin

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Posted by on March 6, 2010 in News, UFC


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Local Scene Spotlight: 2/14/2010

Pictured: Tony Lopez

Brittish Association of Mixed Martial Arts

Alan Omer def Paul Reed by Triangle Choke – Rd. 4

Gunnar Nelson def Sam Elsdon by Rear Naked Choke – Rd. 1

Rob Sinclair def Nathan Beer by TKO – Rd. 1

King of the Cage: Vengeance

Mike Kyle def Travis Wiuff by Doctor Stoppage – Rd. 2

Tony Lopez def Tyler East by Triangle Choke – Rd. 1

Abel Cullum def Joe Coca by Kimura – Rd. 1

Quinn Mulhern def Rich Clementi by TKO – Rd. 2

Tony Bonello def Mike Bourke by Triangle Choke – Rd. 1

Alaska Fighting Championships

Julio Paulino def Rob Yundt by TKO – Rd. 2

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Posted by on February 14, 2010 in Local Scene Spotlight, Local Shows


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