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Old 04-09-2007, 12:42 PM   #41
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Thanks, I didn't get to see the fights. I can't believe Serra beat GSP!
No prob...n yea, crazy ish right thurr
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Old 04-09-2007, 12:45 PM   #42
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All the fights were good except Sanchez/Kos. That was seriously a SLEEPER, even in the stands. That was the only time I've ever missed hearing Rogan's banter. The commentary definitely would have helped get me through that fight. In the arena, it sucked worse than on tv.

The first fight of the night was Luke Cummo v Josh Haynes. Cummo knocked Haynes so silly in the 2nd round, the ref stepped in to stop it. Haynes went for the takedown, on the REF! lol. Always funny when that happens.

Marcus Davis had a nasty looking ankle lock (which ended up being a knee crank) on Pete Spratt. Spratt was trying to fight it until Davis twisted and started turning the knee. That was all she wrote and IMO should have got submission of the night.

Overall, it was fun for $50 tix. If they come back, I would buy $50 tix again. Doubt I would buy $150+ tix though unless it was a SPECTACULAR card, which it wouldn't be. They'll keep those huge cards in Vegas.
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Old 04-09-2007, 12:55 PM   #43
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All the fights were good except Sanchez/Kos. That was seriously a SLEEPER, even in the stands. That was the only time I've ever missed hearing Rogan's banter. The commentary definitely would have helped get me through that fight. In the arena, it sucked worse than on tv.

The first fight of the night was Luke Cummo v Josh Haynes. Cummo knocked Haynes so silly in the 2nd round, the ref stepped in to stop it. Haynes went for the takedown, on the REF! lol. Always funny when that happens.

Marcus Davis had a nasty looking ankle lock (which ended up being a knee crank) on Pete Spratt. Spratt was trying to fight it until Davis twisted and started turning the knee. That was all she wrote and IMO should have got submission of the night.

Overall, it was fun for $50 tix. If they come back, I would buy $50 tix again. Doubt I would buy $150+ tix though unless it was a SPECTACULAR card, which it wouldn't be. They'll keep those huge cards in Vegas.
Lol, I hadn't seen the sub yet but that seems to be the leg lock heard around the mma community. Musta be a good one...probably not as good as the the flying guilletine (YES, it was SICK) by Renzo Gracie on Pat Militich a few weeks ago...
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Lol, I hadn't seen the sub yet but that seems to be the leg lock heard around the mma community. Musta be a good one...probably not as good as the the flying guilletine (YES, it was SICK) by Renzo Gracie on Pat Militich a few weeks ago...
was it like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWpG6jk8jt4
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that punch by Luke was tuff. poor ref almost got taken down by haynes.

everyone forgot to mention the fight between Heath Herring and Brad Imes. lol, they spent most of the time in the 69 position. I think even the ref felt uncomfortable, hahhaha. best fight was the two light-weights. Koscheck v Sanchez, was a HUGE disappointment. Kos would jab and run, jab and run. Sanchez would try to jab, but kos was quicker at bobbing and weaving.
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missed the fight...but read about...ALL upsets
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They weren't ALL upsets, lol.

I picked every fight but Sanchez and St. Pierre.
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