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Thiago Michel Shines In Final Fight Before USA Debut On Saturday, World MMA Scouting Report #1...

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Thiago Michel Shines In Final Fight Before USA Debut On Saturday, World MMA Scouting Report #1 Lightweight Thiago Michel (9-2) got sent off in style, taking on Rodrigo Cavalheiro (2-1) in the main event of Brazil Fight 5 in Minas Gerais. Michel, a Belo Horizonte resident, was clearly the main attraction on the card, televised live on Combate TV, and he lived up to expectations with a highlight reel finish in the opening round. With a Bellator contract in hand, Michel is likely to make his debut for the promotion in the fall, and is considered a top candidate for the planned Season 6 lightweight tournament. Carioca On His Way To Bellator Too In other Scouting Report news, MMAJunkie.com reports that #5 ranked middleweight Bruno Santos has verbally agreed to terms with Bellator. The 24 year old grappler has cultivated a Fitchian eight fight, twenty eight round streak of decision victories since 2009. Fronted by Leland Roling

Erick Silva, the #3-ranked welterweight prospect on the 2011 World MMA Scouting Report, trains for...

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Erick Silva, the #3-ranked welterweight prospect on the 2011 World MMA Scouting Report, trains for his bout with Mike Swick, scheduled to take place at UFC 134 in Brazil. While the front kicks are a reminder of Steven Seagal's supposed teachings, Silva has utilized those types of kicks in his offense for most of his career. Source: Tatame TV

Scouting Report Update: Weekend Results - April 29th-30th It was another week of mixed results for...

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Scouting Report Update: Weekend Results - April 29th-30th It was another week of mixed results for fighters selected in the World MMA Scouting Report. #2 Featherweight Taiki Tsuchiya was knocked out by Shooto stalwart and former Champion "Lion" Takeshi Inoue at Shooto Tradition 2011 in Japan. Meanwhile, #6 Lightweight Reza Madadi came away with a controversial decision victory over UFC regular Rich Clementi in what turned out to be a bitterly contested title fight in Madadi's home country of Sweden. During the staredown at the weigh-ins, Clementi responded to an overly aggressive Madadi with a hard headbutt attempt that thankfully missed it's target. Full Results: April 29th: Shooto Tradition 2011 - Tokyo, Japan Takeshi Inoue (19-5) def. Taiki Tsuchiya (9-3) [#2 FW] via TKO (Punches) R2 4:27 April 30th: Superior Challenge 7 - Stockholm, Sweden Reza Madadi (11-2) [#6 LW] def. Rich Clementi (40-19) via Decision R3 Assan Njie (11-2) [#10 MW] def. Beslan Isaev (14-4) via Technical Submission (Guillotine Choke) R1 3:58 Scouting Report Weekend Results - April 21st-23rd Fronted by Leland Roling
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