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  • 02-04-2013, 02:06 PM
    stpierrecanada
    Quote Originally Posted by trustkill View Post

    I'd love to see a #1 contender's match between JoeB and Dodson.
    I'd love that.. Please give us that fight. Fight of the Year candidate.
  • 02-04-2013, 12:05 AM
    trustkill
    Benavidez did wing some punches out there but he showed an improved technical approach to striking. He set up combinations with a kicking game and varied his strikes, instead of relying exclusively on the overhand right. I think that's why he was able to land more effectively. He'll need to use that in a rematch against Mighty Mouse.

    I'd love to see a #1 contender's match between JoeB and Dodson.
  • 02-03-2013, 11:31 PM
    Sniggles
    Demian Maia surprised me the most aside from Bigfoot Silva.

    His hugging skills are top notch.
  • 02-03-2013, 07:25 PM
    Cat--Smasher

    UFC 156 by the numbers

    UFC 156 by the numbers - Mixed Martial Arts Blog - ESPN

    9: Takedowns defended by Jose Aldo. Frankie Edgar got off to a slow start on the feet, and did not attempt a takedown in Round 1. In Rounds 2-5, Edgar attempted 11 takedowns but only succeeded on two. Although Edgar was the first Aldo opponent to score multiple takedowns on Aldo, opponents are now 5-for-66 in takedowns against the featherweight champion in his UFC/WEC career (92 percent takedown defense).

    6: Fight-of-the-night bonuses for Edgar, tying him with Chris Lytle for most in UFC history.

    34: Leg kicks thrown by both Aldo and Edgar. Aldo outlanded Edgar 7-4 with leg kicks over the first two rounds, including one that sent the former lightweight champion stumbling. But Aldo changed his approach the remainder of the fight, landing just one leg kick while the challenger landed 21 of 24 in the final 15 minutes of action.

    1: Takedowns for Rashad Evans. Previously, “Suga” was 9-0-1 in fights in which he took his opponent down at least once. Nogueira had been taken down 12 times in five UFC appearances, but stopped four takedowns against the former Michigan State wrestler.

    4: Former champions Antonio Silva has beaten in his MMA career. “Bigfoot” also has victories over former Pride champion Fedor Emelianenko as well as former UFC champions Andrei Arlovski and Ricco Rodriguez.

    36: Significant strike advantage for Alistair Overeem through two rounds. In Round 1, Overeem outlanded Silva 22-3 in significant strikes. Round 2 was no different as Overeem had a 27-4 advantage. But in the third, “Bigfoot” hit Overeem with 14 of 20 significant strikes (70 percent), putting the “Demolition Man” down for good.

    11: Overeem’s unbeaten streak coming into the fight with Silva. His previous loss was to Sergei Kharitonov in September 2007 (also by KO/TKO). Seven of Overeem’s 12 career losses have come by way of KO or TKO.

    12: Career UFC wins for Demian Maia, the second most in the UFC since 2007 behind middleweight champion Anderson Silva. Maia is now on a three-fight win streak since moving to the welterweight division.

    7: Takedowns allowed by Jon Fitch, the most he’s allowed in a three-round fight. Fitch also allowed seven to Georges St-Pierre at UFC 87, but that fight was a five-round title fight.

    57: Significant strikes landed by Joseph Benavidez, the most in his WEC/UFC career. The Alpha Male product mixed up his attack, hitting McCall with 33 strikes to the head, and 12 each to the body and legs.

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