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UFC 146: Recap And Results
UFC 145 Recap And Results
The UFC 146 is officially under way, make sure that you keep and eye on this page for a new version of results and quick thoughts all in one post.
Arianny Celeste Defeats Her Career Via Domestic Battery:
First things first, Arianny Celeste will not be cageside because get this; She’s in jail. Yes like file in the cake jail. And no it’s not for DUI either, wait for it.
I know holy shit right? It will be amazing to hear about how this whole thing went down but nothing more has been released yet.
Check out the rest in the full entry:
Mike Brown Defeats Daneil Pineda via Decision:
Mike Brown put on a workman like performance in his unanimous decision over Daniel Pineda. He looked really, really tired in the third and almost gave the fight away but he hung in and survived to get the nod.
Glover Teirxeira Defeats Kyle Kingsbury via arm triangle:
Glover Teixeira beat the brakes off Kyle Kingsbury in a very onesided affair. Teixiera opened up with an overhand right, lead hook combination series that Kingbury couldn’t get away from and once the fight hit the floor Teixeira took control and finished the fight with an arm triangle.
Paul Sass defeats Jacob Volkman via armbar/triangle:
Paul Sass finished Jake Volkman with an armbar/triangle very early and frankly very easily. The technique he used to set up the finish was very slick and Volkman was snared immediately, now if we could just understand what the hell he says during his post-fight all would be right in the world.
Dan Hardy defeats Duane Ludwig via KO:
This fight was basically everything I expected except the ending. Ludwig was tighter and landing the cleaner shots and Hardy did a decent job forcing things through and hanging on the feet. Ludwig stunned him with a beautiful counter combination that looked like the end was close but then in a moment of brilliance Hardy feinted and ripped a lead hook that dropped Ludwig on his ass. Two follow up elbows and Ludwig was in the spirit world.
C.B Dollaway defeats Jason Miller via Decision:
Let me get this out of the way.
This fight was entertaining only because Mayhem kept things unpredictable while Dollaway did the complete and total opposite. Miller attacked Dollaway with all kinds of different approaches including a noogie. No, not some hipster technique you’ve never heard of, the old school mean older cousin headlock technique we have been torturing each other with for years. Dollaway put on a wrestling clinic of different arm controls such as chicken wings, snow plows and other various techniques that don’t do shit to win a fight but sound cool when your telling your bros in the locker room after.
But as far as the story of the total bout; Miller hurt his knee early on and was basically stuck defending while Dollaway paddy caked him for three rounds as the crowd boo mercilessly.
Jamie Varner defeats Edson Barboza via TKO:
Barboza unloaded on Varner with leg kicks early and often but stayed in one place, one time too many and Varner followed a kick back with a right hand that rocked him. Varner was all over him and put enough heat on him that they had to call it. Talk about a great come from behind performance by Varner in what is a huge upset.
Darren Elkins defeats Diego Brandao via decision:
Brandao attacked Elkins in round one like he caught him rifling through his bag in the back. He blasted Elkins with everything he could wing at him including flying knees, elbows and hell bound punches and Elkins looked like a child who wandered into the wrong event.
Then came round 2..
Fortunately for Elkins, Brandao blew his entire tank trying to creatively destroy him and had absolutely nothing left to keep up the momentum. Elkins took him down and beat him up for the next two rounds and won a hefty come from behind decision.
Stefan Struve defeats Lavar Johnson via armbar:
There was two ways this fight was gonna go, either Struve was going to exploit Johnson’s weakness on the ground or Johnson was going to put his lights out in a hurry. The latter happened and it was quick.
Stipe Miocic defeats Shane Del Rosario via TKO:
This fight started off rough early on for the Strong Style product Miocic. Shane Del Rosario opened up with a series of nasty body kicks that Miocic had problems shutting down and put Stipe in deep waters a few minutes in. Stipe scored some return fire including a lead off hook, right hand that repeatedly found its mark but the tides turned when Stipe slipped a punch and hit a takedown that put Rosario on his back.
At the start of the second Stipe immediately put Rosario on his back and went to work. Rosario was stuck and hurt badly groaning while Stipe was blasting him with hard hammer fists and elbows until the fight was called.
Roy Nelson defeats Dave Herman via TKO Rd. 1:
Herman tried to stay at range and did for awhile, but if you read the title you have probably already put it together that it wasn’t far enough. Roy Nelson moved in and clipped Herman with an overhand right and that was all she wrote.
Cain Velasquez defeats Antonio Silva via TKO Rd.1:
Cain cut Able down in this one too. One punch into the fight and Silva was on his back and defending. One elbow into the fight and Silva was bleeding. And when I say bleeding I mean bleeding. I can’t quite remember a fight this bloody in a long time. They even stopped it at one point to check Big Foot out so he wouldn’t , you know, die or anything. A few minutes later they were calling the fight anyway.
Junior Dos Santos defeats Frank Mir via TKO Rd.2:
It wasn’t pretty folks but junior Dos Santos sent Frank Mir packing in dominant fashion early in the second round. Mir couldn’t get Dos Santos to the ground and frankly didn’t try as hard as one would think when clearly losing a standing battle with Dos Santos. Eventually the pot shotting power punching of Dos Santos became too much and Mir was down and out. Not the greatest display of fighting I have ever seen but it’ll do.