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    WSOF 12 results: Palomino crushes Gonzalez, Markes grinds out Butterfield
    Official WSOF 12 results include:


    Luis Palomino def. Lewis Gonzalez via TKO (kick and punches) – Round 1, 4:42
    Ronny Markes def. Cully Butterfield via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
    Elvis Mutapcic def. Kelvin Tiller via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
    Brandon Hempleman def. Alexis Vila via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
    Matt Sayles def. Bryson Hansen via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


    Lucas Montoya def. Jimmy Spicuzza via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 4:11
    Danny Davis Jr. def. Jorge Lopez via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
    Adam Acquaviva def. Cody Maltais via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
    Bryson Gutches def. Soslan Abanokov via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 2, 1:07
    Luis Palomino (23-9) may soon fight for a WSOF lightweight title after a devastating finish of a previously undefeated Lewis Gonzalez (9-1).

    The bout served as the main event of Saturday’s “WSOF 12: Palomino vs. Gonzales” card, which took place at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and aired on NBC Sports Network.

    Palomino was generally the aggressor to start, but Gonzales’ movement made it difficult for his opponent to land flush in the early going. Still, Gonzales always needed to take the fight to the floor, and he struggled to do that as Palomino quickly worked himself into range, using sweeps to keep his opponent off-balance as he delivered crisp punches.

    Gonzales did finally score a takedown, but Palomino popped right back to his feet and continued to punish his opponent on the feet. With blood pouring down Gonzales’ head, Palomino popped him with several more stiff punches before a high kick saw the knee land flush. A pair of punches on the ground sealed the result as Gonzales wilted on the canvas. The end came with 18 seconds left in the first round.

    In the night’s co-feature,Ronny Markes (15-3) smothered an overmatched Cully Butterfield (13-4) en route to a clearcut decision win.

    Markes rushed forward with punches, moving into the clinch and taking the fight to the floor He quickly slipped around to the back, though Butterfield defended well as he worked to his feet. It didn’t matter, as Markes wrapped his body and threw him to the canvas again. Butterfield tried to stand when Markes moved for mount, but Markes again took him to the canvas and moved immediately to his back. Butterfield did well to defend this choke, but he was never able to mount any real offense, only survive.

    Butterfield looked to wrestle in the second, but it quickly backfired, as Markes slipped around to his back. Butterfield patiently defended and turned inside, taking his turn in top position. It didn’t last long, as Markes slipped again to the back and looked to finish the fight in the final seconds with a barrage of punches from back mount.

    It was more of the same in the third, as Markes transitioned easily to his opponent’s back. Butterfield did manage to open up a cut over Markes’ eye, and he also visually expressed his frustration by gesturing to the camera as Markes stayed on his back, but he simply couldn’t do anything to slow his opponent’s wrestling. At the end of the tedious affair, Markes was awarded a decision win, 29-28 on all three cards.
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    Some of these fights were pretty rough to watch, the Markes fight in particular was just a snoozer. The commentary was pretty brutal as well, they were acting as though Vila was a shoe-in for a decision and I was just going, "Mmmmm, are we watching the same fight?" and of course, Hemplemann got the decision. Ditto the Sayles/Hansen fight. I dunno, if they're going to have a card every month or so, they really should invest in a few more name match ups, between this card and the one in early September, the product would be so much better if they'd have consolidated the two.....

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    Aside of Ronny Markes, I have never heard of any other fighter in that card :s
    Not only brazilians can do this stuff

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    WSOF 12 Fighter Salaries: Elvis Mutapcic Tops The Payroll with $20,000

    The Nevada State Athletic Commission released the fighter earnings from World Series of Fighting 12 on Monday, which took place at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on Aug. 9.

    Elvis Mutapcic was the top earner on the nine-fight event, taking home $20,000. The organization paid out $98,500 in fighter salaries.

    WSOF 12 Fighter Salaries:

    Luis Palomino – $18,000 ($9,000 show + $9,000 win bonus)
    Lewis Gonzalez – $7,000

    Ronny Markes – $16,000 ($8,000 show + $8,000 win bonus)
    Cully Butterfield – $3,000

    Elvis Mutapcic – $20,000 ($10,000 show + $10,000 win bonus)
    Kevin Tiller – $5,000

    Brandon Hempleman – $6,000 ($3,000 show + $3,000 win bonus)
    Alexis Vila – $6,000

    Matt Sayles $2,000 ($1,000 show + $1,000 win bonus)
    Brenson Hansen -

    Lucas Montoya – $2,000 ($1,000 show + $1,000 win bonus)
    Jimmy Spicuzza – $2,000

    Danny Davis Jr. – $2,000 ($1,000 show + $1,000 win bonus)
    Jorge Lopez – $1,500

    Adam Acquaviva – $2,000 ($1,000 show + $1,000 win bonus)
    Cody Maltais – $1,000

    Bryson Gutches – $2,000 ($1,000 show + $1,000 win bonus)
    Soslan Abanokov – $1,000
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