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PostSubject: UFC 78 results for josh   Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:33 am

Akihiro Gono vs. Tamden McCrory
Round 1
McCrory roughed up Gono's body with knees from the clinch throughout the first three minutes and 45 seconds of the opening frame. Gono landed the occasional low kick but couldn't put much together on his feet. At the end of the round, Gono was able to secure a takedown and side-control, but the PRIDE veteran couldn't do any damage from the position. 10-9 for McCrory.

Round 2
The second starts much like the opening round, with McCrory winning the standup battle. Gono then landed a crushing left hook, which sent McCrory to the canvas. Gono fought off an armbar attempt and took the mount, where he was able to secure an armbar of his own to force a tap at 3:19 of the second stanza.

Luke Caudillo vs. Marcus Aurelio
Round 1
Aurelio and Caudillo traded punches in the first minute, with nothing landing solidly until Caudillo landed a hard right hand. Aurelio then snapped Caudillo's head back with a stiff jab. Aurelio then shot twice with no success, but was able to trip Caudillo to the canvas on his third try. From the dominant position, the American Top Team lightweight trapped an arm from Caudillo in side-control, where he proceeded to punch the head until the referee stepped in to save him at 4:29 of the first.

Jason Reinhardt vs. Joe Lauzon
Round 1
Reinhardt started with wild winging punches, which Lauzon slipped with ease. Lauzon then took Reinhardt to the floor with a well executed body-lock takedown. Lauzon quickly moved to side-control and north-south, where he punished Reinhadt with punches to the head. Reinhardt gave his back to avoid punishment. Lauzon, not wasting any time, quickly applied a fight ending rear-naked choke at 1:14 of the opening period.

Chris Lytle vs. Thiago Alves
Round 1
Good action in the opening five minutes. Lytle came out strong with his boxing, landing a few hard shots. Alves answered and scored a right hook flash knockdown of Lytle, who started to bleed above his left eye. Lytle then caught a Alvez kick and returned the favor with a strong knockdown of his own. Lytle finished the round strong with his hands and took the first on the Sherdog.com scorecard 10-9.

Round 2
Thaigo ripped into Lytle's left leg with snapping low kicks throughout the second round, which caused the Hoosier to favor his leg severely. Lytle got a little offense going later in the frame with a front kick that knocked Alves off balance, but most of the round saw crushing low kicks echo through the arena from the Brazilian. Alves took round two, 10-9.

Before the third stanza was to begin, the bout was called due to the cut opened up in the first round above Lytle's left eye. The crowd was not pleased, but cheered Alves as his hand was raised.

Upon review of the replay, it appeared that Lytle had two cuts above the eye.

Frank Edgar vs. Spencer Fisher
Round 1
Straight right hand landed for Edgar early in the round. Edgar scored three takedowns on Fisher and landed elbows throughout the opening five minutes. Fisher was unable to mount ay offense, but showed that he will be hard to hold down as he used the cage to get off his back twice. 10-9 for Edgar.

Round 2
A quick tackle by Edgar started the second period. Fisher didn't waste much time getting back to his feet, but he was muscled straight back down to the canvas. The pace slowed as Edgar controlled Fisher from the top, punching primarily with his right hand. Fisher briefly switched from a closed-guard to a butterfly-guard, where he landed an elbow to the head of Edgar. Frank Edgar then took Fisher's back off a scramble, but was unable to secure ay dominant position. 10-9 for Edgar.


Joe Doerksen vs. Ed Herman
Round 1
Doerksen roughed up Herman with an overhand left and right early in the first. Herman took Doerksen down but was unable to hold him there. Herman then connected with a leaping standing elbow, which he followed with a knee to the chin. After another takedown, Herman took the mount and landed a few strikes. Sporting a mouse and a cut on his left eye, Doerksen was punished against the cage for the rest of the round. 10-9 for Herman.

Round 2
A body-lock takedown starts the second round for Herman. Doerksen escaped and took Fisher's back with both hooks on the heels of a scramble. Fisher rolled out but was caught in a kneebar. Fisher then escaped and appeared to be back in control, but Doerksen slapped on a sure to be fight-ending triangle-choke/armbar in the final 10 seconds of the round. Herman, clearly rattled, was saved by the bell. 10-9 Doerksen.

Round 3
A hard Herman counter left hook ends the fight early in the third round. Herman connected with a right hook and ducked a Doerksen punch before connecting with the finishing blow at 0:39 of the third.

Ryo Chonan vs. Karo Parisyan
Round 1
Karo knocked Chonan down with a sharp left hook and took the top position in the opening minute of the first frame. Referee Kevin Mulhall was not impressed with the pace, so he restarted the action to standing. A double-leg takedown from Karo followed. Chonan escaped to his feet but could not mount any offense. 10-9 for Parisyan.

Round 2
Karo continued to dominate with takedowns through the uneventful second round. Karo caught another low kick with about 90 seconds remaining, and landed his best shots of the fight from the top in half-guard. 10-9 for Parisyan.

Round 3
A Parisyan takedown is followed by short range elbows from a tightly-positioned half-guard. Parisyan took the mount but was promptly reversed by Chonan. With the crowd growing as quiet as a church mouse, the fighters traded sloppy, glancing punches for the duration of the bout. At the bell, the arena booed the clearly disappointed athletes. 30-27 for Parisyan. All judges agree -- 30-27 across the board.

Thiago Silva vs. Houston Alexander
Round 1
Alexander walked patiently forward and clinched with Silva before taking the fight to the ground. Silva reversed the position with a single-leg and took the mount, where he landed some heavy shots. More shots rain down on Houston. Silva pounds away until Alexander is knocked out. The referee pulled the Brazilian off at 3:25 of the first.

Michael Bisping vs. Rashad Evans
Round 1
Evans hit Bisping with a right hand and muscled him to the canvas with a double-leg. Bisping to his feet and ate another Rashad right hand before being taken back down. A game Bisping escaped side-control and got back to his feet. Round one ends after another Evans takedown and a few elbows. 10-9 for Rashad Evans.

Round 2
Evans connected with a right hand before slamming Bisping to the floor. The referee pleaded for action before separating the fighters. Bisping stood in the pocket and delivered some stiff jabs. Rashad answered with two right hands. A hard knee from Bisping cracked Rashad's midsection. A straight right counter lands for Evans just before Bisping scored a takedown of his own. Very close round but Sherdog.om gives it to Bisping, 10-9.

Round 3
A fatigued Evans let go with his hands early in the third but hit nothing but air. Evans struggled for a takedown and was reversed by Bisping. Evans stood up and tasted a jab from Bisping. Two right hands connect for Evans and a double-leg takedown. Bisping was warned for holding the fence just seconds before making it back to his feet. A knee to the body lands for Bisping. Another takedown from Evans ends a lackluster UFC card. 10-9 for Evans. The judges render a split-decision. 29-28 Evans, 29-28 Bisping and 29-28 for Evans.
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PostSubject: Re: UFC 78 results for josh   Sun Nov 18, 2007 6:56 am

So does that mean the Rashad-Bisbing fight was a draw, or that Evans barely won it?

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PostSubject: Re: UFC 78 results for josh   Sun Nov 18, 2007 1:59 pm

Dunlap wrote:
So does that mean the Rashad-Bisbing fight was a draw, or that Evans barely won it?

evans won
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PostSubject: Re: UFC 78 results for josh   Sun Nov 18, 2007 2:06 pm

jamesraymond wrote:
Dunlap wrote:
So does that mean the Rashad-Bisbing fight was a draw, or that Evans barely won it?

evans won

I thought so....but wasnt sure :/ lol.

Was it a pretty good fight though? Do YOU think he won it??

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PostSubject: Re: UFC 78 results for josh   Sun Nov 18, 2007 3:12 pm

Dunlap wrote:
jamesraymond wrote:
Dunlap wrote:
So does that mean the Rashad-Bisbing fight was a draw, or that Evans barely won it?

evans won

I thought so....but wasnt sure :/ lol.

Was it a pretty good fight though? Do YOU think he won it??

it was boring the best match was watching Thiago Silva Knock out the overrated Houston Alexander
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