To be honest, there wasn't one. Maybe the big knees to the body from K-Sos in the third round? Other than that, there wasn't a lot going on in any round, unless you appreciate takedowns being stuffed.
Where do these guys go from here?
K-Sos (I am NOT trying to spell that again) is basically in the same position he was before this fight. He was scheduled to face Anthony Perosh, then Igor Pokrajac, but both bowed out with injuries. I can definitely see the UFC going back to one of those two matchups in the near future.
Mike Massenzio was in a really tough position here. He had been released once from the UFC after going 1-2, and obviously any fighter is looking for a way back into the organization. His was taking a fight against a guy that easily had 20 pounds on him and he never stood much of a chance. The UFC loves guys like this that will step up though, and he'll more than likely get another shot, this time at middleweight. Probably against a TUF 11 castmember.
Watch it now, later, or never?
Never. This was an ugly fight between a natural middleweight in Massenzio that just couldn't handle the much bigger K-Sos. Twelve minutes of failed takedown attempts does not make for much entertainment value.
More UFC 131 Results and Analysis from Bloody Elbow after the jump.
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