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This is gonna be a diary of UFC where you can make predictions and if you win you can pick a fight and other stuff. [SIZE="7"][B]UFC 89: Carwin vs Couture[/B][/SIZE][I]Televised Match-ups[/I] [B]Main Event - Shane "The Monster" Carwin vs Randy "The Natural" Couture[/B] [U]2nd Main Event - Chris "The Crippler" Leben vs Yushin Okami[/U] #1 Contender for [COLOR="DarkGreen"]Heavyweight Championship[/COLOR] Frank Mir vs Antonio "Minotaura" Rodrigo Nogueira Matt "The Terror" Serra vs Matt Hughes Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout vs Nate Diaz Undercard - War Machine vs Pete "Drago" Sell Daniel Puder vs Seth "Silverback" Petruzelli Richie "The Dirty Samurai" Hightower vs Troy "Rude Boy" Mandaloniz II Kimbo Slice vs Jake "Irish" O'Brien Brandon "The Truth" Vera vs Luis "Bahna" Cane Predictions are welcome winner gets to pick challengers for BJ Penn and Silva results will be up soon
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[B]Shane "The Monster" Carwin[/B] vs Randy "The Natural" Couture 2nd Main Event - [B]Chris "The Crippler" Leben[/B] vs Yushin Okami #1 Contender for Heavyweight Championship Frank Mir vs [B]Antonio "Minotaura" Rodrigo Nogueira[/B] Matt "The Terror" Serra vs [B]Matt Hughes[/B] Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout vs [B]Nate Diaz[/B] [B]Undercard - War Machine[/B] vs Pete "Drago" Sell [B]Daniel Puder[/B] vs Seth "Silverback" Petruzelli Richie "The Dirty Samurai" Hightower vs [B]Troy "Rude Boy" Mandaloniz[/B] II Kimbo Slice vs [B]Jake "Irish" O'Brien[/B] [B]Brandon "The Truth" Vera[/B] vs Luis "Bahna" Cane
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Dub's Picks Main Event - Shane "The Monster" Carwin vs [B]Randy "The Natural" Couture[/B] 2nd Main Event - [B]Chris "The Crippler" Leben[/B] vs Yushin Okami #1 Contender for Heavyweight Championship [B]Frank Mir[/B] vs Antonio "Minotaura" Rodrigo Nogueira Matt "The Terror" Serra vs [B]Matt Hughes[/B] Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout vs [B]Nate Diaz[/B] Undercard - [B]War Machine[/B] vs Pete "Drago" Sell [B]Daniel Puder[/B] vs Seth "Silverback" Petruzelli Richie "The Dirty Samurai" Hightower vs [B]Troy "Rude Boy" Mandaloniz[/B] II [B]Kimbo Slice[/B] vs Jake "Irish" O'Brien [B]Brandon "The Truth" Vera[/B] vs Luis "Bahna" Cane
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Main Event - [B]Shane "The Monster" Carwin[/B] vs Randy "The Natural" Couture 2nd Main Event - Chris "The Crippler" Leben vs [B]Yushin Okami[/B] #1 Contender for Heavyweight Championship [B]Frank Mir[/B] vs Antonio "Minotaura" Rodrigo Nogueira Matt "The Terror" Serra vs [B]Matt Hughes[/B] Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout vs [B]Nate Diaz[/B] Undercard - War Machine vs [B]Pete "Drago" Sell[/B] [B]Daniel Puder [/B]vs Seth "Silverback" Petruzelli Richie "The Dirty Samurai" Hightower vs [B]Troy "Rude Boy" Mandaloniz[/B] II [B]Kimbo Slice[/B] vs Jake "Irish" O'Brien Brandon "The Truth" Vera vs[B] Luis "Bahna" Cane[/B]
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Results will be up soon sorry for making you wait. Main Event - [B]Shane "The Monster" Carwin[/B] vs Randy "The Natural" Couture 2nd Main Event - [B]Chris "The Crippler" Leben [/B]vs Yushin Okami #1 Contender for Heavyweight Championship [B]Frank Mir[/B] vs Antonio "Minotaura" Rodrigo Nogueira [B]Matt "The Terror" Serra[/B] vs Matt Hughes [B]Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout[/B] vs Nate Diaz Undercard - [B]War Machine[/B] vs Pete "Drago" Sell [B]Daniel Puder[/B] vs Seth "Silverback" Petruzelli [B]Richie "The Dirty Samurai" Hightower[/B] vs Troy "Rude Boy" Mandaloniz II [B]Kimbo Slice[/B] vs Jake "Irish" O'Brien [B]Brandon "The Truth" Vera [/B]vs Luis "Bahna" Cane
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[SIZE="7"][B]UFC 89: Carwin vs Couture[/B][/SIZE] Undercard Matchups Daniel Puder defeats Seth Petruzelli via Submission (Armbar) 1:33 Round 1 Troy Mandoloniz defeats Richie Hightower via TKO 1:16 Round 1 Pete Sell defeats War Machine via Submission(Rear Naked Choke) 3:15 Round 2
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[SIZE="7"][B]UFC 89: Carwin vs Couture[/B][/SIZE] Undercard Matchups Daniel Puder defeats Seth Petruzelli via Submission (Armbar) 1:33 Round 1 Troy Mandoloniz defeats Richie Hightower via TKO 1:16 Round 1 Pete Sell defeats War Machine via Submission(Rear Naked Choke) 3:15 Round 2 Jake O'Brian defeats Kimbo Slice via Judges Decision Brandon Vera defeats Luis Cane via Submission (Armbar) 2:38 Round 1 Main Card Nate Diaz(9-2) vs Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout(13-4-1) Round 1 Flat start to the round, thirty seconds of circling without any actual contact. The fans begin to get a bit restless. Diaz is the first to try something, stringing together a couple of jabs and a low kick, but Stout blocked the first two and avoided the latter. A lunge from Diaz is meant to set up a punch, but it's clumsy and just leaves him off balance. Stout is quick to react, and gets a great shot to the side of the face in before Diaz can cover up. That landed above the left eye and has left an ugly red mark. No cut, but that will start to swell and could give Diaz some problems later on. Diaz moves in for a right hook, but takes a hard kick to the knee, then is forced to retreat so as not to get caught with the two right hands that follow. Stout is staying on it though, and glances three shots off the gloves of Diaz before they wind up in a clinch. That punch above the eye, or maybe the mistake that led to it, seems to have completely thrown Diaz off, since that moment he has been comprehensively out-struck and is now in danger of losing this round. They struggle in the clinch, neither fighter managing a great deal more than minor blows. Diaz goes for a trip, but Stout cleverly spins out of it and the two fighters are back to circling. Not a great round for purists, it has all been a bit disjointed, but that one shot from Stout may prove decisive. As the round comes to an end, they wind up back in another clinch, with nothing coming of it. The round is over. Blurcat.com scores it 10-9 for Stout. Round 2 Slow start to the round, they're both circling, looking for an opening. Stout tries a looping punch from way back, but Diaz side steps with ease. Jab from Diaz, gets one back in response. Stout comes in, looking for the right hand lead, but Diaz shoots in and uses a double-leg takedown. He winds up in a closed guard. Diaz stands into a half-crouching position, dragging Stout's guard with him. Stout reaches up, parries away a couple of strikes, and tries to grab an arm to apply an armbar to. Diaz knocks the attempt away and nails a hard shot to the ribs before reaching over and trying to nail a downward punch to the chin. Stout blocks it. Diaz floats over and gets into side control. Stout scrambles to try and get back up, but is too close to the cage, which works against him. Diaz lays in a couple of punches to the chest to soften Stout up, then tries to move up and isolate one of the arms. Stout makes sure to bring his body around to give him as much protection as possible. It works, as Diaz can't get either arm isolated properly. Diaz changes tactics and tries to get into crucifix position. Stout fights it for as long as he possibly can, but eventually gets caught. The length of struggle is, in itself, a good defence though, as the round ends before Diaz can do anything with the position he has achieved, which will frustrate him enormously. The second round is over. Blurcat.com gives that one to Diaz by 10-9. Round 3 Diaz starts the round like a house on fire, hitting three quick jabs and a vicious right hook. Stout covered up well, but at least one of the jabs got through and landed above the left eye. Stout backs up to buy some time, but Diaz keeps coming and lands a right hand to the body. Stout scores with a jab in return, then goes with a kick to the waist. Diaz catches the leg though and quickly rushes forward with a takedown. Stout pulls guard. Diaz stands into a half-crouching position, dragging Stout's guard with him. Stout reaches up, parries away a couple of strikes, and tries to grab an arm to apply an armbar to. Diaz knocks the attempt away and nails a hard shot to the ribs before reaching over and trying to nail a downward punch to the chin. Stout blocks it. Diaz floats over and gets into side control. Stout scrambles to try and get back up, but is too close to the cage, which works against him. Diaz lays in a couple of punches to the chest to soften Stout up, then tries to move up and isolate one of the arms. Stout makes sure to bring his body around to give him as much protection as possible. It works, as Diaz can't get either arm isolated properly. Diaz changes tactics and tries to get into crucifix position. Stout fights it for as long as he possibly can, but eventually gets caught. The length of struggle is, in itself, a good defence though, as the round ends before Diaz can do anything with the position he has achieved, which will frustrate him enormously. The third round is over. Blurcat.com has it down as 10-9 Diaz. All three judges give a score of 29-28 to Nate Diaz. Nate Diaz is up to 10-2 possibly a Lightweigt title shot in the future. Sam Stout is down to 13-5-1 He will hope to rebound in his next fight aginast Frank Edgar. Matt Hughes(42-7) vs Matt "The Terra" Serra(9-5) Round 1 Hughes hits some tentative punches, then comes in fast and forces Serra to back up against the cage, where they clinch. Hughes hits a nice body shot, but takes two short punches to the side of the head in return. Serra tries a trip, but it doesn't go anywhere. They separate, with Hughes having to stay sharp to avoid a scorching right hand from Serra. They clinch. Hughes gets in a nice knee, but a second attempt sees him swept to the ground. Hughes landed hard with Serra right on top of him, it looks like he got winded. Serra hits three big punches to the face, and Hughes is rocked. Serra gets an arm, locks in a kimura, and Hughes has no alternative but to tap out. The official time of the kimura submission is 3:32 of round 1. Matt Serra is up to 10-5 coming back from his Welterweight Title lost to GSP. Matt Huges is down to 42-8 This is his 3rd loss in a row not good. Frank Mir (11-3) vs Antonio "Minotauro" Nougario (31-4-1) Round 1 Mir is quickest out, and comes at Minotauro with a series of jabs and straight punches. Minotauro covered up well, and I don't think anything got through. Minotauro hits a body shot, but it didn't connect solidly. They get in close, and it's Mir who takes it to the ground. Minotauro pulls guard. There's a lull, as Mir tries to pass, and Minotauro defends it. Punches get thrown every so often, but it's really a stalemate at the moment. Minotauro almost gets a guillotine, but it's blocked and almost leads to a kimura for Mir, but that too goes nowhere. The referee stands them up, but the time is almost over. The round ends. Blurcat.com scores it 10-9 for Mir. Round 2 Minotauro works an angle and comes in from the side of Mir, getting two good jabs in before a ragged left misses by quite a margin. Mir hits a low kick to back Minotauro against the cage, then works the body with a series of short punches. Minotauro fights out and the action returns to the center. Minotauro gets caught with a solid right hand out of nowhere, and is rocked. Mir follows up with another one, and Minotauro looks in trouble all of a sudden. He is backed up against the cage and Mir is unloading. The punches are raining down, Minotauro is covering up. The referee has seen enough and stops the fight, clearly feeling that Minotauro was unable to defend himself intelligently. Mir wins. Mir wins via TKO at 2:16 of the second round. Frank Mir is up to 12-3 Mir will fight the winner of the Couture vs Carwin match for the Heavyweight Championship. Nougueria is down to 31-51-1 Nothing to say at all except he is going down the ranks. Chris "The Crippler" Leben(23-4) vs Yushin "Thunder" Okami (21-4) Round 1 Slow start, both fighters are throwing tentative punches without threatening anything more powerful. Leben puts together the first exciting moment, stringing together four punches in quick succession, but Okami defended well. Straight right from Okami in response, but it caught nothing but gloves. They start circling. The referee tells them to fight, the lack of action so far is worrying. They get in close and exchange body shots, Leben probably getting the slightly better punches in, and then fall into a clinch. That goes nowhere, and the referee separates them. Okami gets a nice kick in just before the time expires, but it's unlikely that is going to stop the judges giving that round to Leben. End of the round. Blurcat.com gives that one to Leben by 10-9. Round 2 Leben and Okami circle to start. Okami throws a couple of looping punches, neither hitting, while Leben sits back, waiting for an opportunity to attack. Okami comes in closer, looking to unload with a right hand; that misses, and it allows Leben to slip a nice jab in, catching Okami just underneath the right eye. Leben comes in and scores with a straight left, then bounces a right hand off the body. Okami misses with a right cross, then backs off. Leben stalks him, forcing Okami back up against the cage. Leben doesn't rush in, instead standing back and throwing the occasional punch. Okami throws a big left hand in response, but it misses by quite a margin. Leben pounces, hitting lefts and rights. Okami covers up from the first two punches, then clinches up to prevent any more coming in. They're up against the cage, Leben in the dominant position. They remain that way as the time ticks down. Leben throws the occasional knee, but can't really do much with his arms tied up like that. The referee finally tells them to break, and they return to the center. That clinch ate up a lot of time though. Okami comes in hard and fast, bobbing and weaving, and throws a couple of big shots. Leben parries them with his gloves and scores with a well-executed counter punch, hitting just above the eye. They come in close again, throwing punches, but wind up clinched again. The time expires with them like that, and that round will definitely go down in Leben's favour. End of round 2. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Leben. Round 3 Okami doesn't waste any time and throws two jabs to the face, but Leben easily side-steps both and circles to the left. Leben throws a head fake, then comes in fast from an angle with a looping punch, but misses and takes a glancing shot to the shoulder from a left hand counter. Leben range-finds with a couple of jabs. Okami wisely doesn't get too close. Leben works for an angle. Okami steps in and fires off a scorching right hand, but it's well wide. He threw it with such force that it put him off balance though, and that gives Leben the chance to counter by unloading with a bomb of a right hand, flooring Okami! Leben follows up by diving in to try and finish the match. Leben is firing off punches while kneeling across Okami's upper body in a half-mount, and there's not a lot Okami can do about it. He needs to get out of there, or at least pull guard, but can do neither as he can't get his hips free. Leben rains down the punches even faster, and Okami is just getting pounded into oblivion; even though he managed to block three quarters of the shots coming in, that's still five or six good shots that have gotten through. Those five or six shots are enough for the referee at any rate, as he calls an end to the match, obviously feeling that Okami was getting overwhelmed by that barrage. Leben wins via third round TKO at 1:12 Leben is up to 23-4 possible Silva vs Leben II? Okami is down to 21-5 He will be fighting Rich Franklin next. Shane Carwin (9-0) vs Randy "The Natural" Couture(16-8) Round 1 Slow start, both fighters are throwing tentative punches without threatening anything more powerful. Couture puts together the first exciting moment, stringing together four punches in quick succession, but Carwin defended well. Straight right from Carwin in response, but it caught nothing but gloves. They start circling. The referee tells them to fight, the lack of action so far is worrying. They get in close and exchange body shots, Couture probably getting the slightly better punches in, and then fall into a clinch. That goes nowhere, and the referee separates them. Carwin gets a nice kick in just before the time expires, but it's unlikely that is going to stop the judges giving that round to Couture. The round is over. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Couture. Round 2 Carwin throws a stinging jab, landing just above the left eye. Couture steps in and fires off one of his own, but Carwin bobs out of the way and scores with a pair of solid shots to the body. Couture turns and swings, just as Carwin also unloads...and it's Carwin who connects first! Couture's hands drop and he is on rubbery legs. Carwin follows up with a beauty of a right hand, and that drops Couture. The referee doesn't even wait for Carwin to dive in to finish, he's seen enough, Couture is clearly on Dream Street. This bout is over! Carwin wins via TKO at 1:27 of the second round. Shane Carwin is the new UFC Heavyweight champion. Fight of The Night: Frank Mir vs Antonio Nougeiura KO of The Night: Frank Mir vs Antionio Nougeiura Submission of The Night: Matt Serra vs Matt Hughes Upset of The Night: Carwin vs Couture
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[SIZE="7"]UFC 90: Creeping on The Come Up[/SIZE] Middleweight Championship Match Anderson Silva vs Patrick Cote Lightweight Championship Match BJ Penn vs Tyson Griffan Dan Henderson vs Thale Leites Houston Alexander vs Thiago Silva Dong Hyum Kim VS Thiago Alves Undercard Josh Neer vs Marcus Aurelio Kenny Florian vs Cole Miller Jonathan Goulet vs Brad Blackburn CB Dolloway vs Cung Le Amir Sadollah vs Dean Lister Winner chooses GSPs Opponent and other stuff o.O
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[B]Anderson Silva[/B] vs Patrick Cote [B]BJ Penn [/B]vs Tyson Griffan [B]Dan Henderson [/B]vs Thale Leites Houston Alexander vs [B]Thiago Silva[/B] Dong Hyum Kim VS [B]Thiago Alves[/B] [B]Josh Neer [/B]vs Marcus Aurelio [B]Kenny Florian[/B] vs Cole Miller [B]Jonathan Goulet [/B]vs Brad Blackburn CB Dolloway vs [B]Cung Le[/B] Amir Sadollah vs [B]Dean Lister[/B]
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Middleweight Championship Match [B]Anderson Silva[/B] vs Patrick Cote Lightweight Championship Match [B]BJ Penn[/B] vs Tyson Griffan [B]Dan Henderson[/B] vs Thale Leites Houston Alexander vs [B]Thiago Silva[/B] Dong Hyum Kim VS [B]Thiago Alves[/B] Undercard Josh Neer vs [B]Marcus Aurelio[/B] [B]Kenny Florian[/B] vs Cole Miller [B]Jonathan Goulet[/B] vs Brad Blackburn CB Dolloway vs [B]Cung Le[/B] Amir Sadollah vs [B]Dean Lister[/B]
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