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Ultimate Fighting Championships: The Kings of MMA

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Nothing over the top, this Dynasty will start with UFC 85, since I simulated the results of UFC 84. [QUOTE] What: UFC 84: Ill Will When: May 24th Where: MGM Grand Main Card Lightweight Championship bout: Sean Sherk defeated BJ by TKO (Strikes) at 4:00 of the fight round. Penn gassed after the second, and Sherk pounded on Penn until Penn couldn't defend himself. Lyoto Machida defeated Tito Ortiz via Submission (Triangle Choke) at 2:34 of second round. Ortiz dominated the first round, getting a takedown, but didn't do much while on-top. Machida dominated the second, sinking in a perfect triangle choke. Wanderlei Silva defeated Keith Jardine via Unanimous Decision totally dominating Jardine in the stand-up game. Silva looked like the same man who destroyed Rampage twice, and Jardine looked very cautious. Silva forced Jardine against the fence and just unloaded with strikes to end the fight. Thiago Silva defeated Antonio Mendes by KO (Knees) at 1:49 of the first round. Mendes looked like a deer in the headlights as Silva just destroyed Mendes with punches and kicks, ending the fight with a brutal series of knees. The Light Heavyweight Division has it's Anderson Silva. Wilson Gouveia defeated Goran Reljic via Submission (Armbar) at 3:00 of the second round. The fight was close in the first, but Gouveia took over in the second, out-striking Reljic, and sinking in a sweet armbar for the victory. Preliminary Card Kazuhiro Nakamura defeated Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou by Unanimous Decision in a snoozer of a fight. Sokoudjou didn't look like the same guy who destroyed Arona and Rogerio, and Nakamura probably kept his job with this victory. Jon Koppenhaver defeated Yoshiyuki Yoshida by TKO (Strikes) at 4:32 of the third round. Yoshida nearly got the victory with a kneebar, but Koppenhaver got the full mount and pounded Yoshida out for the victory Rich Clementi defeated Terry Etim by Submission (Hell Hook) at 1:12 of the first round. Clementi was able to drop Etim with a big right hand, and quickly sunk the heel hook in for the victory. Clementi is working his way up, and might headline UFN 14 vs Nate Diaz. Rousimar Palhares defated Ivan Salaverry by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:10 of the second round. Salaverry blew his knee out attempting a takedown in the second, and Palhares choked him out with a RNC. Jason Tan DRAW Dong Hyun Kim after Kim grabbed Tan's shorts repeatedly and had a point taken away in the third. Kim had a slim lead on points going into the third, and lost the decision victory. Shane Carwin defeated Christian Wellisch via Submission (Kimura) at 2:10 of the first round. The highly touted prospect Carwin quickly took Wellisch to the ground and sunk in a tight Kimura for the victory Fight of The Night: BJ Penn vs Sean Sherk KO of The Night: Thiago Silva Submission of The Night: Lyoto Machida Press-Conference Notes: -A Middleweight fight was added to UFC 87: Seek and Destroy, as Rich Franklin and Dan Henderson will meet that night, and the winner will be in title contention. -FOX executives were in attendance, and discussed a New Year's Eve show from the Superdome with Nogueria/Mir and Fitch/St. Pierre getting double bill. The event would air live on FOX, and on December 31st. Spike TV is also trying to get a special, but nothing yet. -Three new signings will be making their presence known in the Octagon soon. The company is looking at three fighters in general: Nick Thompson, Roger Gracie, and Aleksander Emelianenko to bolster the Welterweight and Heavyweight Divisions. -Tito Ortiz refused to say anything, and acted quite childish in the post-fight interview,and flipped off the fans leaving the cage. Tito will not be back in the UFC, and EliteXC stated they have no interest in Ortiz after how well he performed tonight. -UFC 88: Home Turf was announced and it will take place in Curitiba, Brazil at Vila Capanema Stadium. Anderson Silva will main event against Yushin "The Wolf" Okami, and the show is expected to be Brazil-heavy. Since the timezones will be screwed up, the event will air on Spike TV. The stadium holds 24,303 people, and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua is expected to fight a certain "Iceman" as the co-main event. -Randy Couture still refuses to defend his title, and White is expected to stripe Randy of the title and make Big Nog the permanent champion. Quote: "Even though Randy hold the title belt, Nog is more of a champion since he will actually defend the title." -Joe Silva is already pushing for a Shane Corwin/Cain Vasquez fight to take place since both fighters are considered to be the future of the division. -Ultimate Fight Night 14 will take place in Hollywood, Florida at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel with Nate Diaz headlining. Rich Clementi, Clay Guida, and Spencer Fisher are pushing for a fight the young gun.[/QUOTE] Roster, and event review will be up soon.
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