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Top-235 Fights of 2011: #168-150

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#168
Event:
UFC 131
Date: June 11
Setting: Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Quebec
Fight: Darren Elkins vs. Michiro Omigawa

BE PBP:
Round 1
— Omigawa switching stances early and keeping his hands a bit low. Omigawa tags Elkins with a left. Elkins responds with a right. Elkins gets on top briefly as Omigawa slips. Omigawa grabs a leg so Elkins immediately stands back up and out. Clubbing right to the side of the head for Elkins. Elkins with a combination. Then a "please stand by" graphic pops up with about a minute left in the round. This is cute. Picked it back up on Facebook. Elkins going to work. 10-9 Elkins.

Round 2 — Elkins is bleeding. Omigawa pushing the pace. The Facebook stream is really keeping me from calling this round. My apologies. No score. I believe it was Omigawa's round.

Round 3 — Elkins coming out swinging but gets taken down by Omigawa in the center of the cage. Half-guard into full guard. Right hand lands for Omigawa. They end up standing but Elkins' face is in rough shape. Omigawa just standing in the center of the cage waiting for Elkins to do something. Halfway through the round. Nice right by Elkins. Omigawa still actively switching stances. Elkins being active but can't find a home for his right. Omigawa stalking him. He hits a left. That's it. 10-9 Omigawa

Result: Elkins UD

Scorecard: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27
BE Scorecard: 29-28 Omigawa
BV Scorecard: 29-28 Omigawa

Fight in Five Words: Despite the decision, great fight.
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#167
Event:
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley
Date: April 9
Setting: Valley View Casino Center, San Diego, California
Fight: Gegard Mousasi vs. Keith Jardine

BE PBP:
Round 1 - Jardine throwing a lot of strikes early but he looks slow and he's missing all his shots but he shoots in and gets the takedown. Mousasi scrambles and he's back to his feet. Jardine with a jab and an odd leg kick. Body kick by Jardine. Leg kick by Jardine. Mousasi is being patient and looking to land. Left hook grazes the chin of Jardine. Jardine shoots for the single and Mousasi defends. Elbows to the side of the head by Mousasi but Jardine does manage to complete the takedown. Mousasi stands up and lands an elbow but gets taken right back down. Mousasi gets back to standing and lands a right hand counter. Uppercut and a flurry of punches make Jardine turn and run away. He eats a few more shots and his legs are getting rubbery. Jardine with another takedown. A point deducted from Gegard for an illegal upkick as Jardine was still down. Right hand by Mousasi and a flurry to follow. Jardine does manage to land a knee though. 9-9 round with the point deduction.

Round 2 - Mousasi landing early and he avoids a takedown attempt from Jardine. Jardine is trying to stay busy but he's missing and Mousasi is landing. Leg kick by Mousasi and one in return from Jardine. Jardine manages to duck under a punch and get a takedown and eats a punch from Mousasi and now he's standing. Mousasi lands again and a nice body kick. Mousasi tags him again and Jardine is hurt. Keith looking for the takedown now. He gets it but Mousasi up without taking any damage. 10-9 round for Mousasi.

Round 3 - Mousasi with a punch and a knee and...I guess there was an accidental low blow. They restart and Mousasi tries to flurry again. Leg kick by Jardine and he's looking for the takedown again. Elbows by Mousasi and he stays on the feet. Mousasi with a takedown and he has a very deep guillotine choke but Jardine pops out. Another Mousasi takedown and he is landing elbows. He gets to mount but Jardine uses the cage to escape to standing. Mousasi blasts him and Jardine is running away again as the fight is stopped to replace the mouthpiece. Right hand by Mousasi, and another right hand. Mousasi back on top on the ground and he continues grinding away.



Result: MD

Scorecard: 29-27 Mousasi, 28-28, 28-28
BE Scorecard: 29-27 Mousasi
BV Scorecard: 29-26 Mousasi

Fight in Five Words: Lost, but great heart, Keith.
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#166
Event:
UFC 137
Date: October 29
Setting: Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Fight: George Roop vs. Hatsu Hioki

BE PBP:
Round 1
- Hioki throws a head kick early and Room is trying to press forward and take him out of his comfort zone. Right hand by Roop lands hard. Leg kick by Roop now. Nice three punch combo by Roop. Accidental low blow by Roop leads to a break. They resume and Hioki lands a left hand. Roop lands one of his own. Hioki clinches Roop and pushes him into the cage. Roop turns him and foot stomps but it's switched right back. The clinch battle continues with Hioki continually looking for the takedown and Roop almost gives up his back standing. Nice takedown by Hioki finally and he is in side control. Scramble and Room gets guard and lands some big elbows off his back and Hioki responded a little bit like he didn't like the way that felt. Roop landing a few hard shots before the round ends. 10-9 Roop in my book.

Round 2 - Roop with a nice combination with his hands and finishes with a head kick that just misses. Roop is getting in and out very well here. Body shot by Roop and he goes to it again with the right hand. Head kick by Roop. Hioki with a trip takedown and ends up in full mount. Hioki moves to side control as Roop tried to regain guard. Back to full mount. Hioki trying to throw some short elbows. A lot of time in mount but not much offensive output by Hioki. When he finally tries to explode, Roop expodes to his feet and attacks while taunting as the round ends. 10-9 Hioki round.

Round 3 - Roop with a big takedown but Hioki bounces right back up. Flying knee just misses for Roop. Roop throwing a lot of kicks and Hioki shoots but Roop sprawls. Roop reached for a takedown which let Hioki lock him up against the cage. Roop turns Hioki against the cage and is landing some knees. Foot stomp by Roop. Roop's corner keeps telling him to go for takedowns and pressure against the cage, he's dominating the stand-up, they should want this to be a kickboxing fight as much as possible. Referee restarts them for lack of action. Roop with a takedown and he walks Hioki to the cage. Roop throwing a few short punches. Hioki working a rubber guard. Roop presses through the high guard and lands more punches. Roop finishes the round throwing a few punches. 10-9 Roop gives him the 29-28 win on my card.

Result: Hioki SD

Scorecard: 29-28, 28-29, 29-28
BE Scorecard: 29-28 Roop
BV Scorecard: 29-29

Fight in Five Words: Extremely close, great Hioki test.
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#165
Event:
Bellator 41
Date: April 16
Setting: Cocopah Resort & Casino, Yuma, Arizona
Fight: Joe Warren vs. Marcos Galvao

BE PBP:
Round 1:
Warren presses to the fence early, gaining the clinch and trying to take down Galvao. Galvao falls on Warren, gets the back, and starts teeing off on Warren. Warren blocks the shots and rolls over. Galvao can't keep Warren stable in the position, and Warren spins out. They scramble back to the feet. Both men struggling to maintain the dominant position in the clinch. Galvao is visibly bigger, moving around Warren. Warren attempts to dump Galvao, but Galvao once again topples on top of Warren. Galvao tries to slip the hooks in, but Warren defends. Back to the feet, Galvao lands a solid knee. Warren in the clinch again, eating knees, attempts to throw Galvao. Galvao uses the fence to stop the spin and topple Warren. Warren relentlessly regains his feet, presses once again. Galvao topples Warren again... and Warren gets back to his feet. The cycle continues. Warren finally separates with 1:30 left in the round. Warren lunges in, lands a nice straight right, then strangles Galvao's waist. Galvao defends. Warren backs off, then comes forward with strikes. Everything misses. Warren is visibly slower now with 20 seconds left. He presses forward with strikes, misses, but dumps Galvao at the end of the round. BloodyElbow.com scores it Marcos Galvao 10-9.

Round 2: Warren taking some damage early from Galvao, eating a few knees and blows. Galvao is attempting to counter Warren's rushes with knees. Galvao is getting tired, and we all know that Warren will be relentless to the end. Galvao landing some nice lefts and rights, and a huge knee as Warren attempts to clinch. Galvao eats a heavy right to the body as Warren comes forward once again. Galvao continues to stuff Warren in the clinch, very impressive. Galvao is dead tired now. Warren is attempting to dump Galvao, but Galvao's length is troubling. Galvao with another knee to Warren's granite chin. Wow.... another huge knee from Galvao. Warren is an absolute beast. He's eating knee after knee and eventually dumps Galvao with 0:30 seconds left. Warren isn't doing much, round easily goes to Marcos. BloodyElbow.com scores it 10-9 Marcos Galvao.

Round 3: Warren comes out hard in the third, pressing the action instantly. Galvao counters and clips Warren a couple of times, but Warren doesn't seem to care. Warren charges forward, taking down Galvao. Galvao attempts to escape, but Warren keeps him down. Galvao regains his feet after threatening with a submission. Warren takes down Galvao as Galvao visibly holds the fence. He lets go as the referee warns him. Warren in top control now. Warren smothering Galvao in wrestling in this round, but can he finish? Three minutes pass, round ends. Warren smothers Galvao for the rest of the round from the top.

Result: Warren UD

Scorecard: 30-27, 29-28, 29-28
BE Scorecard: 29-28 Galvao
BV Scorecard: 28-28

Fight in Five Words: Regardless, put Galvao on map.
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#164
Event:
Shooto Tradition 2011
Date: April 29
Setting: Tokyo Dome City Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Fight: Koetsu Okazaki vs. Shuichiro Katsumura

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Okazaki R2 TKO (Punches)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Speed and Recovery. Like "Intervention".
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#163
Event:
Bellator 46
Date: June 25
Setting: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood, Florida
Fight: Genair da Silva Jr. vs. Marlon Sandro

BE PBP:
Round one:
Both fighters come out strong, trading good shots. Da Silva lands a good leg kick, then eats a combo. Sandro's punches are harder but da Silva is landing better kicks. Da Silva lands a back kick to the body. Sandro lands a right, then a left hook and da Silva is down. Sandro goes for a guillotine but da Silva is out, and back up. They scramble but Sandro ends up with da Silva against the cage. They're up now, and da Silva keeps up the kicks. Da Silva catches Sandro with a shot that rocks him for a second. Sandro lands a combo to end the round, I have that one 10-9 Sandro but it was a lot closer than I thought it would be.

Round two: Da Silva opens the round with an attempted head kick. Sandro catches da Silva with an accidental groin kick. Back to the fight. Da Silva lands a kick and a punch, but Sandro is still moving forward and landing power shots. Da Silva's kicks still look great, but now Sandro is landing good kicks of his own. Da Silva is throwing some big looping shots and Sandro catches him with a nasty punch. Da Silva still kicking, Sandro still moving forward, and that's the round. Again, closer than expected, but 10-9 Sandro.

Round three: Da Silva lands an accidental groin kick first thing. Sandro is back in quick though. Sandro still moving forward, and da Silva goes for a takedown but can't get it. Da Silva catches Sandro with a hard right that rocks him. Now da Silva clinches Sandro on the cage. He lands some knees, and they break. Sandro lands a front kick and eats a punch in the process. Now Sandro goes for a single but can't get it. Sandro lands a combo, then another, then gets a takedown and ends up in half guard. Both fighters are punching on the ground pretty brutally. Back up, and da Silva lands another leg kick. End of the fight.

Result: Sandro SD

Scorecard: 30-27, 28-29, 29-28
BE Scorecard: 30-27 Sandro
BV Scorecard: 29-29

Fight in Five Words: Closer than most think, dicks!
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#162
Event:
UFC 127
Date: February 26
Setting: Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia
Fight: Dennis Siver vs. George Sotiropoulos

BE PBP:
Round 1
- Siver pawing with a head kick (if that's possible). Leg kick by Siver and he misses with a wild punch. Head kick blocked now. Body shot by Sotiropoulos. Sotiropoulos with a right hand that misses. Siver throws a kick and Sotiropoulos grabs the leg and is looking for the takedown but Siver keeps his balance and lands a few punches while on one foot before getting looses. Right hand by Siver lands. Leg kick by Siver and Sotiropoulos lands a right hand. Spinning wheel kick just misses by Siver and Siver lands a right hand. Sotiropoulos fires back but that buzzed him a little bit. Left hook by Siver drops him and a few hammerfists before he forces him to stand. Another left drops him and a flurry of punches before Siver forces him to stand again. Sotiropoulos is in a bad way. Horrible takedown attempt by Sotiropoulos is avoided. Another punch lands for Siver. Head kick by Sotiropoulos. 10-8 round for Siver. Sotiropoulos did nothing but get dropped multiple times.

Round 2 - Sotiropoulos has to do something other than stand in front of Siver this round. Sotiropoulos doing a little better in the stand-up but he really has to go for a takedown at some point. Right hand by Siver. Hard leg kick by Siver and a head kick that misses. Sotiropoulos goes for a takedown and the crowd cheers but Siver throws him away. Siver tags him again. Sotiropoulos shoots for the single and Siver just pulls his leg free. Right hand by Siver lands hard. Sotiropoulos is starting to land some punches now and then shoots but Siver avoids the takedown again. Left hand by Siver lands. Head kick lands for Sotiropoulos. Nice comeback by Sotiropoulos and I gave him a 10-9 round.

Round 3 - Siver throws a leg kick and a head kick. Sotiropoulos shoots for the single and can't get it again. Leg kick by Siver. They exchange a flurry of punches and the best shot was probably the left hand of Sotiropoulos. Huge combo of punches by Siver lands. Hard jab by Siver. Time is running out on Sotiropoulos. Spinning back kick by Siver and Sotiropoulos eats it to the gut. Leg kick by Siver. And another. Right hand by Siver. 10-9 Siver and I have it 29-27.

Result: Siver UD

Scorecard: 29-28, 30-28, 30-27
BE Scorecard: 29-27 Siver
BV Scorecard: 29-28 Siver

Fight in Five Words: Hometown G-Sot couldn't neutralize Siver.
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#161
Event:
Legend Fighting Championship 6
Date: October 30
Setting: City of Dreams Grand Hyatt Ballroom, Cotai, Macau
Fight: Hoon Kim vs. Robert Whittaker

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Kim R1 Submission (Triangle Choke)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Short, sweet, awesome submission grappling.
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#160
Event:
Shooto Tradition 2011
Date: April 29
Setting: Tokyo Dome City Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Fight: Donald Sanchez vs. Hatsu Hioki

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Hioki R2 Submission (Triangle Choke)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words:
Featherweight Champions: Sengoku vs. KOTC
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#159
Event:
M-1 Challenge 24
Date: March 25
Setting: Ted Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Virginia
Fight: Alexander Sarnavskiy vs. Beau Baker

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Sarnavskiy R2 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Baker's iron chin was kamikazed.
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#158
Event:
Pancrase Impressive Tour 10
Date: October 2
Setting: Differ Ariake, Tokyo, Japan
Fight: Eiji Ishikawa vs. Takenori Sato

BE PBP: N/A

Result: SD

Scorecard: SD
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: Draw

Fight in Five Words: High-level Japanese wrestling? Pretty kickass.
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#157
Event:
UFC Fight Night: Davis vs. Nogueira
Date: March 26
Setting: Key Arena, Seattle, Washington
Fight: Chan Sung Jung vs. Leonard Garcia

BE PBP:
Round 1
- Jung gets it going with a leg kick off the opening bell. Garcia misses the head kick and eats another leg kick. Overhand right by Garcia lands to the top of the head but he throws a nice body kick. Another right hand but this time it lands. Garcia with a left hook that just misses. Nice combo by Jung know. They exchange right hands. Head kick by Jung and now one to the body. Leg kick by Jung and a jab. Wild strikes by both men miss and Jung manages to get a takedown in the chaos. Jung was going for an armbar but lost it. Garcia tries to scramble up and eats some knees for his trouble. Jung has done a nice job of controlling position to make sure he wins the round. Nice hard shots by Jung from on top now. Full mount with 10 seconds left and now he has the back landing shots as the horn sounds. 10-9 Jung.

Round 2 - Wide strikes by both men and Garcia continues to swing wildly. Garcia with a jumping knee and Jung digs in to the body. Garcia's accuracy (or lack thereof) is really something.Jung misses with a wild punch of his own but then lands a jumping knee to the body. Leonard with a nice leg kick. Wild Leonard punches are countered by a Jung knee and a sharp leg kick. Jab lands for Jung and Garcia is actually not trying to be too aggressive and it's hurting him. Uppercut by Jung and a hard knee. Jung kicks out Garcia's leg and ends up on top of him landing bug punches and elbows from the top. Jung ends up locking up a twister for the submission! Wow!

Result: Jung R2 Submission (Twister)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Revenge Twister. Bill Paxton approves.
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#156
Event:
Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Silva
Date: February 12
Setting: Izod Center, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Fight: Shane Del Rosario vs. Lavar Johnson

BE PBP:
Both men throw bg strikes early. Shane pushes in for a clinch against the cage. Johnson reverses him but ends up right back against the cage. Johnson gets the takedown now into del Rosario's full guard. del Rosario keeps grabbing the cage and getting warned. As Johnson postures up to throw punches, del Rosario stands up. del Rosario is really using poor technique on his takedown attempts but does manage to get the takedown and move into full mount. Shane throwing some punches and postures up. Johnson isn't doing much to defend here but he's not taking enough damage to have the fight stopped. Shane abandons the ground and pound for an armbar and it's over.

Result: Del Rosario R1 Submission (Armbar)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Wasn't long, but was packed.
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#155
Event:
UFC 139
Date: November 19
Setting: HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
Fight: Martin Kampmann vs. Rick Story

BE PBP:
Round 1
- Story being wide with his punches, trying to get inside. Kampmann slides to the side and counters. Story throwing hard and a big left hurts Kampmann briefly. Head kick blocked by Story. Story cut over his right eye now. Kampmann getting a little more comfortable now but Story digs to the body and then the head. Nice two punches from Kampmann backs Story off a bit. Short right gets in for Kampmann. Body shot by Story again. The pace is slowing down and they're at more of a distance which benefits Martin here. Right hand by Kampmann. Story is trying to keep him against the cage but Kampmann circles out. Straight left gets in for Story. Shots for Story get in to the body and head. Body shots by Story again. 10-9 Story.

Round 2 - They exchange right away with each man getting a right hand in. Kampmann landing a few nice right hands now. Another right hand gets in. Kampmann made the adjustment to start getting that straight right in and now Story has to make his own adjustment. Kampmann using the right hand to counter now himself. Story goes to the body. Kampmann clinches and then gets a takedown off a trip. Kampmann came very close to locking in an arm triangle. Kampmann really fighting for the arm triangle. Round ends. 10-9 Kampmann.

Round 3 - Kampmann with a right hand but Story pushes him into the cage. Huge body shot by Story. Kampmann looking for the takedown against the cage now. Kampmann gets it briefly, Story pops up though and now Kampmann has his back standing. Story able to turn out and land a right hand. Knee misses by an inch for Kampmann. Story landing some nice punches now. Right hand by Story again. Story briefly had a takedown but Kampmann worked his way up using the fence. Now Kampmann has him against the cage. Kampmann takes the back standing again. Kampmann tries for a suplex but Story never goes down fully. Story turns now. Story working the body again. Kampmann tries for a trip, can't get it. Story charges forward, gets the takedown but Kampmann stands up. Kampmann has the back standing again and now drags him down. Kampmann looking for the triangle. Kampmann can't finish before the round ends but he should win the round 10-9 and the fight 29-28.

Result: Kampmann SD

Scorecard: 28-29, 30-27, 29-28
BE Scorecard: 29-28 Kampmann
BV Scorecard: 29-28 Kampmann

Fight in Five Words: Relentless action, fantastic nasty striking.
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#154
Event:
Tachi Palace Fights 9
Date: May 6
Setting: Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino, Lemoore, California
Fight: Farkhad Sharpiov vs. Tommy Vargas

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Sharipov UD

Scorecard: 30-27, 29-28, 30-27
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: 30-27 Sharipov

Fight in Five Words: Gamers. Gave everything they had.
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#153
Event:
BAMMA 8
Date: December 10
Setting: Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, England
Fight: Andre Winner vs. Diego Gonzalez

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Winner UD

Scorecard: 30-27, 30-27, 30-27
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: 29-28 Winner

Fight in Five Words:
Great gameplan. Striking, wrestling, clinch.
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#152
Event:
Bellator 51
Date: September 24
Setting: Canton Memorial Civic Center, Canton, Ohio
Fight: Allan Weickert vs. John Hawk

BE PBP: N/A

Result: Hawk R2 TKO (Retirement)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: My own face hurt afterwards.
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#151
Event:
Bellator 41
Date: April 16
Setting: Cocopah Resort & Casino, Yuma, Arizona
Fight: Patricio Freire vs. Wilson Reis

BE PBP:
Round 1:
Reis begins the action with a heavy leg kick at the thirty second mark. Reis attempts to clinch, and Freire easily pushes him off. Back to center, Reis lands another solid leg kick. Freire looks unaffected. Reis presses the action, moving into the fence. Freire turns Reis into the fence. Nothing of significance from either fighter, eventually separating. They move back into the fence, but Reis has the advantage with underhooks. Freire impressively strongarms Reis into the fence. Reis battles back, getting himself off the fence. Some more scrambling, but they decide to separate. Big flurry along the fence with Freire throwing a kick and landing on Reis. Freire ties up Reis and takes him down after the initial flurry. Reis snaps back up but eats a knee to the midsection for his efforts. Back to center with thirty seconds left, Freire lands a left as Reis presses. Freire getting the better of the stand-up early. Reis continues to kick, but nothing significant landing. Freire lands another glancing left, and the round ends. BloodyElbow.com scores it 10-9 Freire

Round 2: Freire comes out with a right body kick. Action is much more fierce early. Reis is having problems with Freire's accuracy in the stand-up game. Reis attempts a flying knee, misses, and eats a couple of counter blows. Reis attempts to kick at the legs, eating a one-two to the chin. Reis wades in too far, and Freire attempts a takedown. In the scramble, Reis gains top control and Freire closes his guard. Reis steps over guard, but Freire regains half guard from the position. Freire sits up along the fence and gains his feet. In the clinch, Reis is kneeing at Freire's thighs, attempting to take some steam out of his footwork. Reis explodes for a takedown, and Freire transitions to a guillotine choke. Reis is caught, but not well enough for Freire to throw up his guard to tighten it. Reis is on Freire like glue, maintaining the clinch and throwing knees to the legs. Freire turns Reis into the fence with one minute left. Jockeying for position along the fence as both men trade positions. Reis tries to power Freire down by lifting him into the air, but Freire evades. Freire comes forward, throws a huge knee that misses. Reis presses to the fence till the end of the round. BloodyElbow.com scores it 10-10 Draw.

Round 3: Reis aggressive early with body kicks. Freire lands some short shots early, but Reis is chucking heavy kicks. Reis ties up and attempts to take this fight to the ground. Freire defends easily, and we're back to center. Freire lands a nice one-two followed with another combination that scores. Reis lands a glancing right, but eats a straight right and another big right. Reis is beginning to slow down a bit in the stand-up department, and Freire is countering effectively. Straight right by Freire, eats a right from Reis. More rights from Reis, and Reis is in big trouble. He eats a few more punches and wobbles. Reis gets back to his feet, and he gets absolutely destroyed by Freire. Unbelievable. Freire landed 6 or 7 unanswered bombs

Result: Freire R3 KO (Punch)

Scorecard: N/A
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: N/A

Fight in Five Words: Serious Muay Thai fap material.
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#150
Event:
Legacy Fighting Championship 7
Date: July 22
Setting: Houston Arena Theatre, Houston, Texas
Fight: Justin Reiswerg vs. Marc Ramirez

BE PBP:
N/A

Result: Reiswerg UD

Scorecard: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27
BE Scorecard: N/A
BV Scorecard: 29-28 Reiswerg

Fight in Five Words: Bloody and energetic. Perfect opener.

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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