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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    Rogan said Danzigs fight is a loser leaves town match
    That would be a first; give someone a 6 figure contract for winning 4 fights on the reality show and then take the prize away.

    If Danzig leaves, that needs to be brought up. Give them $100g over 3 fights or something so they really get what the UFC flaunts
    "I don?t give a f_ck about money, bro. Believe me when I tell you that." Dana White

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    Quote Originally Posted by clmetal View Post
    you can watch this event for free on a stream from Canada (I did that for Penn - Sanchez)

    PM me if you want the info
    WTF??? Come on Claudale, you make a decent salary. Order the fcuken show and send me the bill. Don't steel from Mr. Dana White!
    Lets go Brent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adolf Oliverbush View Post
    WTF??? Come on Claudale, you make a decent salary. Order the fcuken show and send me the bill. Don't steel from Mr. Dana White!
    LOL - I'll gladly watch it on TV if you are going to pay for it.
    Maybe next time, you can order it for me in advance (so I don't need to mail a bill to your accounting department)
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    Claudale just order the damn show I'll send you a Ben Franklin you make profit on the show. Just order it dammit!
    Lets go Brent!

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    http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/UFC...-by-Play-22427

    Rolles Gracie vs. Joey Beltran
    Joey Beltran def. Rolles Gracie – TKO (Punches) 1:31 R2

    Tim Hague vs. Chris Tuchscherer
    Official scores: 29-28 (twice) and a 28-28 for Tuchscherer. The crowd boos and Hague is in disbelief. Joe Rogan looks stunned as Tuchscherer takes the majority decision.

    Brian Stann vs. Phil Davis
    Phil Davis takes a unanimous decision with scores of 30-27 and 30-26 (twice).

    Phillipe Nover vs. Robert Emerson
    Emerson takes a unanimous decision with scores of 29-28 on all three scorecards.

    Melvin Guillard vs. Ronys Torres
    All three official judges see the bout 29-28 for Melvin Guillard, who takes the unanimous decision.

    Mac Danzig vs. Justin Buchholz
    All three official judges see the contest 29-28 for Mac Danzig, who takes the unanimous decision.

    Matt Serra vs. Frank Trigg
    Serra swarms with right and left hands until referee Josh Rosenthal steps in to save Trigg at 2:23 of the opening stanza. Trigg protests the stoppage, but he was clearly defenseless.

    http://www.dailyworldbuzz.com/ufc-10...k-trigg/18557/

    Demian Maia vs. Dan Miller
    Official scores: Demian Maia takes a unanimous decision with scores of 29-29 (twice) and 30-27.

    Mike Swick vs. Paulo Thiago
    Thiago attacks an underhook with a brabo choke and the technique is tight. Swick is out cold. Herb Dean saves Swick at 1:54 of the second frame.

    Nate Marquardt vs. Chael Sonnen
    The official judges see the bout 30-27 (twice) and 30-26 for Chael Sonnen.

    Randy Couture vs. Mark Coleman
    Couture gets both hooks and sinks his arm under the chin of Coleman in a rear-naked choke. Coleman refuses to tap and Steve Mazzagatti pulls Couture off just as Coleman was passing out. The official time is 1:09 of round two.

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    Demian Maia vs. Dan Miller
    Official scores: Demian Maia takes a unanimous decision with scores of 29-29 (twice) and 30-27.


    That would be a majority decision draw. Something is incorrect on that.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Demian Maia def. Dan Miller via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28).
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    PHIL DAVIS
    Mr. Wonderful's UFC debut
    http://www.collegian.psu.edu/blogs/b...ufc-debut.aspx

    http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/UFC...-by-Play-22427

    http://punch.freedomblogging.com/201...lentless/9579/

    Former WEC light-heavyweight champion Brian Stann (8-3) was no match for gifted wrestler Phil Davis (5-0) of San Diego. Davis, a four-time All-American and NCAA national wrestling champion at Penn State,certainly made an impression in his UFC debut with a 3-round unanimous decision over Stann.

    Davis used his striking to set up his takedowns. Once on the ground, Davis manhandled Stann, passing guard and mounting him with ease. He even used a cradle to set up some knees to the body. Davis almost tapped Stann with an armbar in the closing seconds of the fight. It was an awesome display of world-class wrestling.

    Post fight video interview with Phil Davis
    http://www.happyvalleyhalfnelson.com...ght-interview/

    Phil Davis Announces His Arrival at UFC 109
    http://www.watchkalibrun.com/2010/2/...es-his-arrival

    Former WEC LHW champ Stann loses unanimous decision in UFC fight in Las Vegas
    http://thetimes-tribune.com/sports/s...vegas-1.602258

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    PHIL DAVIS
    The Aftermath: UFC 109
    http://fiveouncesofpain.com/2010/02/...rmath-ufc-109/

    Raw Talent. “Mr. Wonderful” making it look easy. Finally, Phil Davis has arrived. I’ve been telling anyone that would listen for the last year about this ridiculously talented former NCAA Champion wrestler out of Penn State that was poised to have a tremendous impact on the future of the UFC’s light heavyweight division, and Davis’ performance at UFC 109 solidified my belief that the undefeated twenty-five year old has all of the tools necessary to go as far as he chooses to in the sport in due time. Davis is one of the few wrestlers with the unique ability to convert a series of takedowns combined with technical top control throughout the course of a bout into of the most fascinating aspects of the game to watch. Top notch wrestling at it’s finest combined with what appears to be an unlimited level of raw fighting talent for the still developing Davis have officially merged to put the ENTIRE light heavyweight division on notice.

    Danzig’s Back with A Win; Davis Impressive in Debut
    http://www.ufc.com/index.cfm?fa=news.detail&gid=63309

    Former NCAA Division I National champion wrestler Phil Davis didn’t look like a UFC debutant with only four previous fights to his name as he made quite an impression with a dominant three round unanimous decision win over Brian Stann. Scores were 30-26 twice, and 30-27 for Davis, who improves to 5-0; Stann falls to 8-3.

    There was little significant scoring in the first three minutes of the bout, and it was Davis who drew first blood with a quick takedown. With Stann unable to get back to his feet, Davis sunk his hooks in and fired off strikes, capping off a big final minute for the former Penn State wrestling standout.

    Buoyed by his strong first round finish, Davis kept the heat on in round two, using his strikes to set up another lightning-fast takedown. This time, Davis worked for a kimura on Stann before getting back into the mount position for a ground assault that included punches to the head and knees to the body.

    Down in a 2-0 hole, Stann tried to be more aggressive to start the third, but by doing so, he walked right into a Davis takedown. Davis’ positioning again proved to be the key factor, as he kept Stann pinned and unable to escape while he put in enough offensive work – including a last second arm bar attempt - to pile the points up and secure his first Octagon win.

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    http://storefront.contentdirect.tv/p...d-a732001a0fd1

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