UFC welterweight Claude Patrick took a unanimous decision (29-28x3) over Daniel Roberts at UFC 129.
What was the high spot of this fight?
I'd say the moment the final bell buzzed and ended this ugly, hard-fought contest was the high point. Your mileage may vary.
Where do these guys go from here?
Patrick improves to 3-0 in the UFC. In the murderous UFC 170lb division, that probably means its time for him to fight in a contention-eliminator bout. Someone like Jake Ellenberger who also won at UFC 129 could be the perfect step up in competition for Patrick.
Roberts had racked up three straight wins over the bottom rung of UFC welterweights before losing to Patrick. I expect he'll get a chance to get back on track against comparable competition.
Watch it now, later, or never?
- Next Day Thoughts - Donna Hurrle
- GSP Tried to Force the KO Against Jake Shields - Kid Nate
- Jose Aldo Continues Fight for Mainstream Recognition - David St. Martin
- Georges St. Pierre vs. Anderson Silva Loses Steam - Brent Brookhouse
- Great Judging Should Be Applauded Sometimes - Tim Burke
- UFC Hits Home Run With UFC 129 Live Experience - Matt Bishop
- Zuffa and the UFC Finally Hit It Big - Matthew Roth
- Hours After, GSP Still Can't See With His Left Eye - Anton Tabuena
- UFC 129 Play by Play and Live Commentary - Brent Brookhouse
- Is Steven Seagal Secretly a Martial Arts Genius? - Jonathan Snowden
- Georges St. Pierre Holds Back UFC's Canadian Coming Out Party at UFC 129 - Jonathan Snowden
- UFC 129 Post-Fight Press Conference Video
- Georges St. Pierre Slips Past Jake Shields
- Jose Aldo Holds Off Mark Hominick
- Lyoto Machida Clouts Randy Couture
- Vladimir Matyushenko Mops the Floor With Jason Brilz
- Ben Henderson Whips Up On Mark Bocek
- Rory MacDonald Ragdolls Nate Diaz
- Jake Ellenberger Brutalizes Sean Pierson
- Claude Patrick Edges Daniel Roberts
- Pablo Garza Submits Yves Jabouin
- John Makdessi KO's Kyle Watson With Spinning Back Fist
- Jason MacDonald Triangles Ryan Jensen
- Ivan Menjivar Clocks Charlie Valencia