Heck of a scrap to kick off the year in the lb division! Justine Kish vs Nina Ansaroff Sat. Jan. 2 | 8pmET | FS1. UFC Lawler vs. Condit war ein Mixed Martial Arts-Event, das am 2. Januar in der MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, stattfand. UFC – Robbie Lawler VS Carlos Condit - Imported Wall Poster Print - 30CM X 43CM günstig auf greatest-secrets.com: Kostenlose Lieferung an den Aufstellort sowie.
ErwähnungenWith more than 30 knockout victories between the two, Lawler and Condit are primed to put on another welterweight title fight for the history books. UFC Welterweight Championship. UFC Lawler vs. Condit was a mixed martial arts event held on January 2, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las. Robbie Lawler und Carlos Condit lieferten sich im Hauptkampf von UFC Veranstaltung im Überblick: UFC Lawler vs. Condit Samstag, 2.
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Ansaroff then gets a takedown of her own and is in the open guard of Kish. Ansaroff lands punches from top position and keeps Kish from getting up for a while.
Halfway through the round, Kish finally gets up. With a minute and a half left, Kish gets a takedown and she quickly gets into mount position.
She lands a few punches and the round ends. Those are bad scorecards from the judges. Kish moved forward more throughout the fight, but it was Ansaroff landing the better shots and doing more damage.
Still, it was a quality contest where both fighters fought well. Noke is a fairly well known veteran of the sport, an Australian fighter who has fought on national TV in the US since He has won two straight and looked great in a first round TKO last time out.
Morono rides a five fight winning streak into his UFC debut. Noke is the aggressor early, pressing the action and attacking at angles. Morono stays in the pocket and looks to counter.
Close round. Morono lands a spinning back kick to the body. He follows with a kick to the body. Noke is bleeding from the nose pretty badly.
Morono is throwing a lot more relative to Noke than in the first round. Morono looks to take the back on the feet but ends up on the bottom on the ground.
Morono gives that up and Noke has top position again. Noke continues to work as the round comes to an end. Noke had the ground control at the end but Morono was much more effective in the striking for the first three and a half minutes of the round.
Noke attacks the body with some kicks. Noke lands a spinning back elbow to the head. Morono has really slowed down, just throwing the sporadic power punch to the head.
Noke gets a takedown in the final minute. Morono goes for an armbar and has Noke in big trouble by the cage. Noke somehow manages to escape and lands some punches late.
Noke just barely hangs on. Morono turned in a solid performance in his UFC debut, taking the fight on just a week and a half notice. McDonald was one of the most promising fighters in the bantamweight division before injuries kept him out of action for over two years.
Kanehara has been competing in MMA since and has fought for many of the top Japanese organizations. He is thus far in the UFC.
McDonald lands a hard right hand. Kanehara goes for a takedown but McDonald grabs a guillotine choke. Kanehara works his way out of danger and is in top position on the ground.
Kanehara works his way into full mount position and lands some punches from there. Kanehara has to focus a lot of his energy on controlling McDonald rather than doing damage or going for a submission.
Kanehara gets another takedown. That was an unbelievable finishing sequence. McDonald was really struggling there and it looked like Kanehara was on the verge of victory before that remarkable turn at the end.
McDonald will need to perform better overall next time out but he picked up the win over a quality opponent. Westcott took Garcia down and overwhelmed him with strikes on the ground.
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Dustin Poirier Round 1 Poirier opens with a straight left hand and comes in behind it with an outside leg kick.
Another left hand stings Duffy, then an uppercut and a right hook force the Irishman to clinch up and hold Poirier on the fence.
Duffy strikes off his back foot now, sticking another jab and then tagging Poirier with a right hook. Poirier covers up against the fence momentarily, then steps back to the middle to continue throwing hands.
Poirier eats an uppercut, takes a right hand on the temple, then grabs Duffy in the collar tie and bombs back with uppercuts. With two minutes left, Poirier hits a double-leg takedown at the fence; Duffy is sporting a bloody nose from that last series of strikes.
Poirier stands up and decks the sitting Duffy with a hard elbow to the face, then threatens with a front headlock. Poirier breaks away with an uppercut, eats a right hook from Duffy and gives him one right back.
The lightweights finish the wild opening round on their feet, both men leaking blood from the nose. Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Poirier Brian Knapp scores the round Poirier Chris Nelson scores the round Poirier Round 2 Duffy emerges for round two with a swollen left eye but otherwise looks no worse for wear as he and Poirier continue to snipe with punches in the center.
Poirier gets busy with elbows inside the last 80 seconds of the round, and Duffy looks to be fading on the bottom, just clinging on while Poirier unloads down the stretch.
Referee Chris Tognoni looks close to stepping in near the end, but Duffy will survive to see round three. Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Poirier Brian Knapp scores the round Poirier Chris Nelson scores the round Poirier Round 3 Duffy comes out swinging to start the final frame, but Poirier slides backward to avoid the strikes and then reverses momentum to take down Duffy once again.
Poirier pulls away and yanks the leg free, then spins around before Duffy can stand and flattens him out near the center of the cage. Duffy throws up his legs and catches Poirier in a last-second triangle attempt but he runs out of time.
Joseph Duffy via Unanimous Decision , , R3 Drew Dober vs. Holtzman steps forward again, eating a left hook in order to grab hold of Dober and pin him to the cage.
Dober turns the tables by reversing Holtzman with over-unders, and the lightweights spend a minute jockeying for position on the fence. Referee Herb Dean warns Holtzman for grabbing the fence as he tries to corral Dober up against the cage.
Holtzman quickly works back to his feet, and Dober releases the clinch to circle back to the center inside the last two minutes.
Holtzman stands, still wrapped up in a rear waistlock, and gets another warning from ref Dean for grabbing the fence.
The ers separate inside the last minute and Holtzman takes a knee after absorbing a left hook. The lightweights separate after a few seconds and Dober once again drops Holtzman to a knee with a punch to the temple.
Holtzman pops back up, defends another takedown attempt but eats a slashing elbow from Dober as they break apart.
Holtzman catches Dober ducking and puts a right high kick on his face. Dober eats it well and presses forward, walking right into a lovely trip from Holtzman, who takes top position for the first time in the fight with half the round remaining.
Dober posts and moves to stand, nearly has his back taken in the transition and has to roll through to shake Holtzman off his back.
Dober drives forward again and succeeds in flooring Holtzman a few feet away from the cage. Dober denies the sub attempt, gets pushed back to full guard for a few seconds and then steps back to half guard.
Holtzman works his way backward to the fence, then back to his feet just under the mark. The doctor wipes away the blood to show Dean the cut; the ref is satisfied and allows the fight to continue.
Dober is tenacious on the takedown attempt and manages to bring Holtzman to the ground one last time before the clock runs out. Scott Holtzman via Unanimous Decision , , R3 Nina Ansaroff vs.
Justine Kish Round 1 Ansaroff connects with a pair of hard punches as Kish tries to blitz in the opening seconds of the bout. Referee Chris Tognoni pauses the action and calls in the doctor to check on Ansaroff, who seems incapable of opening the eye but is cleared to resume nonetheless.
Ansaroff connects with another left hook, a push kick to the body and another left. Ansaroff resumes her body-kicking, now midway through the round, and she fends off Kish with a stiff jab.
Again, Kish refuses to slow down and charges forward to slug Ansaroff with a left hook. Kish takes another kick to the body but catches the next one and trips Ansaroff to the floor.
Kish stands over her prone opponent and kicks at her legs until Ansaroff is able to post and jump up. Ansaroff does well with counterstriking down the stretch, making Kish pay with punches when she tries to close the gap.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Ansaroff Brian Knapp scores the round Ansaroff Chris Nelson scores the round Ansaroff Round 2 Kish grabs for the legs of Ansaroff, who spins free of the takedown attempt and pops Kish with a right hand as they separate.
Kish whiffs on a leg kick, eats a jab and a short left hook, then takes a few more kicks to the body as Ansaroff slides backward.
Ansaroff absorbs a leg kick to slug back with a right hook. The next left hook from Ansaroff seems to stun Kish, who staggers backward and gets drilled with a spinning kick to the body.
Kish recovers quickly but looks a little more tentative now, no longer pressuring Ansaroff as she has through the first seven minutes.
A hard right hand over the top from Ansaroff is followed by a hook on the other side. Kish finally gets hold of Ansaroff and drags her to the ground with a head-and-arm throw.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Ansaroff Brian Knapp scores the round Ansaroff Chris Nelson scores the round Ansaroff Round 3 Ansaroff lands a leg kick off her back foot and sprawls on an early takedown attempt.
Kish tries a guillotine as she falls to her back but quickly releases in favor of throwing elbows from underneath. The numbers, however, do not tell the whole story, and even though Condit's high-volume style is suited to padding his FightMetric stats, this was not a runaway performance from him on paper.
While one can infer that Condit did indeed have a stronger claim to victory than Lawler, the difference was not so overwhelming that a decision breaking in Lawler's favor should lead to torches and pitchforks.
After his fight war with Robbie Lawler didn't go his way, Carlos Condit openly admitted he's considering retirement. History shows, again and again, that if a champion manages to win two rounds off a challenger, regardless of almost anything else, he will walk away with the title.
There are plenty of examples, including Daniel Cormier vs. Alexander Gustafsson, Benson Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar 2 and Georges St-Pierre vs.
Johny Hendricks, that demonstrate judges are reluctant to award challengers with scorecards. While some may disagree, it feels like the oft-discussed "champion's advantage" still lives on to some degree.
UFC contenders in all divisions ought to make a note of this. Lawler vs. Condit Statistics Round Lawler Sig. If you have enjoyed this website for the past 10 years, today we ask you for a little help: or or.
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