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TUF 14 all set,final fights and results.Who will be the 135 and 145 Ultimate Fighter?


TUF 14 semi-finals winners were learned tonight.Two wild finnishes,to cap off a pretty good seaon of fights.Allready knowing that T.J Dillashaw and Dennis Bermudez have earned a birth in the finals,they awaited both outcomes to find out thei rrespective apponent.

In the first bout of the evening Johnny Bedford was facing turncoat teamate John Dodson for the 135 lb finals birth.Bedford looked stiff and almost robotic early as Dodson used fluid movment and fast hands to land some quick hooks in close.Bedford coming forward looking for the takedown scores one to only have Dodson pop up immediately.The ending came as Bedford was backpeddling and got dropped,with Dodson quickly foolowing Bedford to the ground with violent accurate hammerfists,until the ref could get in there to stop Dodson from doing anymore damage.So we have T.J Dillashaw vs Johnny Dodson in the Bantamweight Final.

The second bout of the evening was Brazilian Diego Brandoa, who was Bisping's first pick,vs Bryan Caraway.The winner making thier way to the 145 lb finals.The fight started out with both guys feeling out eachother with Diego landing two good,hard left inside leg kicks,almost swinging Caraway around in a circle.With Caraway throwing wide hooks form side to side,easy to see he was going to be eating some straight up the middle punches.Diego was looking for the shot and Caraway had no luck at all trying to take down Brandoa.Knowing that he had no takedown power,Bryan Caraway resorted to using his hands and was dropped by the young Brazilian ,Caraway off his back quickly looked for a possible leg ,knee, or heel submission but was struck in the face by more punches,and was wobbled as evidenced by making his way to his feet and stumbling.Turning from the punches he is kicked and followed to the ground and the end coming immediately.So it will be Dennis Bermudez vs Diego Brandoa for the Featherweight Final on Dec. 3.

Who do you think will be the winners and will they have any serious contention amongst the allready fighting UFC roster?I enjoy watching the lighter weight fights,the energy they bring is incredible.They train just as hard and sacrifice just as much as the larger fighters.They might not get the recognition as the upper weights,but they are just as or more fun and exciting to watch in my books!

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