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Thread: UFC ON FX 8: Belfort/Rockhold Live Results and Discussion Thread

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    Hollett is bruuuuuutal to watch.

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    I think Glover stole Maldonado's soul. He just doesn't look the same.

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    I take that back, must have just been the low blow.

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    Hollett gets cut regardless IMO, he's not UFC caliber.

    Maldonado got that gruesome nutshot in the first and once he got his legs, he took Hollett into deep waters and just outworked him. 29-28 Maldonado.

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    I'm hearing the Barao is out of the fight next month....fuuuuuck.

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    That fight went exactly how is should've. Another pretty heavy mismatch, good to see Yuri getting back on track, hurls crazy stuff.

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    Does Paulo get the ax if he loses?
    "To be truly walking on the warrior's path, we have to bring our minds back to the time when we were not ashamed of our dreams; when reality had not yet frustrated our ambitions; when our desire was still too strong to be repressed, and our spirit refused to surrender in resignation; when we were not yet doctors, businessmen, or lawyers, but still wanted to be heroes, leaders, bodhisattvas. The first step on the way to being warriors is to get back in touch with our dreams."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MirJitsu View Post
    Does Paulo get the ax if he loses?
    Given that Paulo is taking on a debuting, short notice fighter filling in for the injured Benoist, this would put him at 1 and 5 in his past six bouts and for what he's probably getting to show, coupled with most of his fights going to decisions....I think the only thing that could save him would be his resume of fighting top guys for so long, but as of late they haven't been top fivers.

    He's got a sweet backstory and image and is a tough SOB, but IMO unless he drops a split, I think he's walking a tightrope here.

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    Damn, not many ppl seem to be tuned in tonight lol

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    am i the only one who gave Dunham that fight? i mean i thought it was atleast 29-28 if not 30-27... got the td and control for rd1 and not much was landed in rd 2 and despite the td at the end of the round im willing to give that to Dos Anjos despite his face being busted up.. and rd 3 i gave the nod to Dunham for pressing the pace and busting Rafa up some more

    just me?

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