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#501979 - 01/30/20 02:23 AM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


Registered: 10/30/08
Posts: 13265
Originally Posted By: Matty
Originally Posted By: Matty


The Ultimate Fighter Redemption Announced

The next season of The Ultimate Fighter has been announced, and will see the return of 16 Middleweights formerly contracted to the UFC. Many of which are actually former TUF contestants.
(I've had to alter the name value a bit for a few of the fighters)

Tito Ortiz and Wanderlei Silva have signed on to coach opposing teams and will fight at the finale.

Contestants:

Tom Lawlor (10-7-1NC, 6-5 UFC)
David Branch (22-6, 4-5 UFC)
Steve Bosse (12-2, 2-1 UFC)
Kendall Grove (23-18-1NC, 7-6 UFC)
Clint Hester (11-6, 4-2 UFC)
Ed Gordon (8-4, 1-3 UFC)
Jason 'Mayhem' Miller (24-10-1NC, 0-3 UFC)
Bruno Santos (18-3-1, 1-2 UFC)
Hector Lombard (34-10-1-2NC, 3-8-1NC UFC)
Alex Garcia (15-7, 5-5 UFC)
CB Dolloway (17-10, 11-9 UFC)
Elias Theodorou (16-3, 8-3 UFC)
Francis Carmont (25-12, 6-3 UFC)
Karlos Vemola (27-6, 2-4 UFC)
Chris Camozzi (24-13, 9-10 UFC)
Tom Watson (17-9, 2-5 UFC)


The Teams have been picked and look like this:

Team Punishment

Alex Garcia
Bruno Santos
Clint Hester
Elias Theodorou
Hector Lombard
Steve Bosse
Tom Lawlor
Tom Watson

Team Wanderlei

CB Dolloway
Chris Camozzi
David Branch
Ed Gordon
Francis Carmont
Jason 'Mayhem' Miller
Karlos Vemola
Kendall Grove





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#501980 - 01/30/20 02:29 AM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


Registered: 10/30/08
Posts: 13265


In breaking news, the drug test results for UFC 246 have been released, and Luke Rockhold's test have come back positive for TRT following his fight against Chris Weidman. His victory has been overturned to a no contest and he has been suspended for a year from competition.

Rockhold was interviewed after the news broke and has denied using TRT and has blamed a lab mix-up for the failure and plans to protest what he deems as an unwarranted suspension.

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#501981 - 01/30/20 03:43 AM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


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Posts: 13265



UFC on ESPN: London: Edwards vs Masvidal
London, England
Attendance: 1,557 (Gate: $305,172)
Critical Rating: 65%, Commercial Rating: 78%


MAIN EVENT

(#5) Leon Edwards (19-3) defeated (#3) Jorge Masvidal (35-14) via Unanimous Decision

CO-MAIN EVENT

(#3) Robert Whittaker (21-5) defeated (#6) Darren Till (18-3-1) via KO (Punch) at 4:41 of Round 1

MAIN CARD

(#18) Arnold Allen (16-1) defeated (#11) Josh Emmett (15-3) via Submission (RNC) at 3:45 of Round 1
Desmond Green (24-8) defeated Steven Ray (23-10) via Split Decision
(#23) Nathaniel Wood (17-3) defeated (#13) Rob Font (17-5) via Unanimous Decision

PRELIMS

Gian Villante (18-11) defeated John Phillips (22-10-1NC) via Submission (Armbar) at 1:22 of Round 2
Emil Meek (10-4-1NC) defeated Danny Roberts (17-6) via TKO (Strikes) at 1:35 of Round 2
Abu Azaitar (15-2-1-1NC) defeated Darren Stewart (11-5-1NC) via Unanimous Decision
Belal Muhammad (17-3) defeated Nicolas Dalby (18-4-1-1NC) via Unanimous Decision
Marc Diakiese (15-3) defeated Drew Dober (21-10-1NC) via TKO (Strikes) at 2:55 of Round 1
Yancy Medeiros (16-6-1NC) defeated Joseph Duffy (16-5) via Unanimous Decision
Charles Rosa (13-3) defeated Danny Henry (12-4) via Unanimous Decision
Brett Johns (16-2) defeated Andre Ewell (15-7) via Submission (Kneebar) at 1:18 of Round 1
Chi Lewis-Parry (9-0-2-2NC) defeated Carlos Felipe (8-1) via KO (Punch) at 0:50 of Round 1


Bonuses: ($50,000)

Fight of the Night: Nathaniel Wood vs Rob Font
Knockout of the Night: Robert Whittaker (vs Darren Till)
Submission of the Night: Arnold Allen (vs Josh Emmett)


Notes:

- The massive Chi Lewis-Parry made a statement and kicked off the show in amazing fashion with a 50 second KO victory over previously unbeaten Brazillian Carlos Felipe. Londoner Parry is 6'9 and a former Professional Basketball player and Kickboxer.
- Yancy Medeiros called out Matt Frevola after his win over Joseph Duffy
- Belal Muhammad called out Tony Martin after his dominant Unanimous Decision victory over Nicolas Dalby. Martin is scheduled to enter enemy territory next as he takes on New Yorker Randy Brown in Madison Square Garden at UFC 250.
- In what was expected to be a slugfest between two brawlers, Gian Villante took down John Phillips in the second and pulled off a surprising Armbar for the submission victory.
- Nathaniel Wood said he watched UFC 246 and saw Alex Perez beat Marlon Vera and said thats the fight he wants next. This is a fight that looks a real possibility due to neither fighter taking alot of damage in their respective fights.
- Desmond Green extended his winning streak to 3, with a razor-close split decision victory over Steven Ray.
- Arnold Allen continued his impressive win streak, moving to 7-0 in the UFC with an excellent first round submission of highly rated Josh Emmett, which was the first submission loss in Emmett's career. Allen continues to fight better fighters each fight, and will look towards the top 10 for his next opponent.
- Darren Till received another devastating setback, with former Middleweight champion Robert Whittaker knocking him clean out with a punch, remeniscent of the loss to Jorge Masvidal, which was in the same building. Whittaker rebounds from losing his belt and with such an impressive victory, cannot be far from getting a shot to reclaim the belt.
- Leon Edwards was the underdog for the Jorge Masvidal fight but shown why hes so highly touted, neutralising Masvidal's gameplan to walk out the winner, and more importantly the undoubted no.1 contender to Kamaru Usman's Welterweight title. Post-fight Edwards went nose to nose with Usman, but also added he wants to shut up Tyron Woodley if their paths cross after hes fought Usman.


Rankings Changes:

Heavyweight: N/A
Light Heavyweight: Gian Villante enters at #24
Middleweight: Robert Whittaker up to #2, Darren Till down to #9
Welterweight: Leon Edwards up to #3, Jorge Masvidal down to #6, Belal Muhammad in at #22
Lightweight: Yancy Medeiros enters at #21, Marc Diakiese enters at #24
Featherweight: Arnold Allen moves up to #13, Josh Emmett down to #15
Bantamweight: Nathaniel Wood up to #18, Rob Font down to #19, Brett Johns enters at #24

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#501982 - 01/30/20 06:02 AM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
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Good stuff. Re: TUF I always thought Elias Theodorou would go far, even though he was a total RnG decision machine.

Lombard could be a scary guy depending on how they setup his stats. Remember when he first signed to UFC and people thought he would wreck everyone?
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#501983 - 01/30/20 06:25 AM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: BlimBlapZing]
Matty


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Posts: 13265
Originally Posted By: Matty
Originally Posted By: BlimBlapZing
Good stuff. Re: TUF I always thought Elias Theodorou would go far, even though he was a total RnG decision machine.

Lombard could be a scary guy depending on how they setup his stats. Remember when he first signed to UFC and people thought he would wreck everyone?


Yeh Elias looked promising but one of those few guys whos ufc career was fine but got fired for being boring to Dana lol

Lombard pre-ufc was scary, I kinda expected him to be Yoel Romero before Yoel Romero was on the scene but it never happened lol

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#501984 - 02/01/20 12:32 PM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


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Posts: 13265



UFC 247: Khabib vs Ferguson
Moscow, Russia
Attendance: 1,760 (Gate: $289,520) (WTF?!?!?!)
Critical Rating: 67%, Commercial Rating: 100%


MAIN EVENT

(#1) Khabib Nurmagomedov (29-0) defeated (#2) Tony Ferguson (25-4) via Unanimous Decision

CO-MAIN EVENT

(#9) Alexander Volkov (32-7) defeated (#8) Alistair Overeem (45-19-1NC) via Unanimous Decision

MAIN CARD

(#8) Kevin Lee (19-5) defeated (#15) Islam Makhachev (18-2) via Unanimous Decision
(#4) Cory Sandhagen (13-1) defeated (#5) Petr Yan (14-2) via Submission (Kneebar) at 2:08 of Round 1
Jim Miller (32-13-1NC) defeated (#23) Rustam Khabilov (24-5) via Submission (RNC) at 4:05 of Round 3

PRELIMS

(#2) Sergey Pavlovich (15-1) defeated (#22) Augusto Sakai (14-2-1) via KO (Punch) at 0:42 of Round 3
Khalid Murtazaliev (15-2) defeated Karl Roberson (9-3) via Unanimous Decision
(#14) Shamil Abdurakhimov (21-5) defeated Juan Espino (9-2) via TKO (Strikes) at 2:37 of Round 2
Muslim Salikhov (17-2) defeated Alex Morono (17-6-1NC) via Unanimous Decision
Miles Johns (11-0) defeated Askar Askarov (10-1-1) via Unanimous Decision
Dmitriy Sosnovskiy (12-0) defeated Raphael Pessoa (10-2) via KO (Punch) at 0:42 of Round 1
Alexey Kunchenko (21-1) defeated Jessin Ayari (16-6) via TKO (Strikes) at 2:47 of Round 1
Luigi Vendramini (9-1) defeated Zelim Imadaev (8-3) via TKO (Strikes) at 3:24 of Round 3
Arman Tsarukyan (15-2) defeated Jon Tuck (11-6) via TKO (Strikes) at 1:22 of Round 1
Saparbek Safarov (10-2) defeated Modestas Bukauskas (10-3) via Split Decision


Bonuses: ($50,000)

Fight of the Night: Miles Johns vs Askar Askarov
Knockout of the Night: Sergey Pavlovich (vs Augusto Sakai)
Submission of the Night: Cory Sandhagen (vs Petr Yan)


Notes:

- Luigi Vendramini made a successful debut in the UFC, finishing Zelim Imadaev, who drops to 0-3 in the UFC and was released after the fight.
- Jessin Ayari was released after his loss to Alexey Kunchenko, which was his third loss in a row.
- Alexey Kunchenko called out James Krause, but thats unlikely as Krause is on a winning streak while Kunchenko lost his last fight.
- Dmitriy Sosnovskiy remains undefeated in his career at 12-0 after a quick KO win over Raphael Pessoa.
- Miles John went into enemy territory at a massive +710 underdog with the bookies, but kept his undefeated record and took away Askar Askarov's undefeated record in a very impressive debut.
- Muslim Salikhov moved to 4-0 in his last 4 fights in the UFC.
- Khalid Mutazaliev moves to 2-0 in the UFC, while Karl Roberson continues to alternate wins and losses
- Sergey Pavlovich extends his winning streak to 3, all by stoppage, rebounding from a TKO loss to Alistair Overeem in his UFC debut.
- Augusto Sakai snapped his 3 fight win streak with this loss to Pavlovich.
- Jim Miller pulled off a shock with his win over Rustam Khabilov, which moved Miller to 3-0 in his last 3 fights, all by submission, which continued his late career renaissance and put him back into the Lightweight rankings.
- This massive win for Cory Sandhagen puts him right in the title picture, possibly even the next challenger. He's now 6-0 in the UFC with wins over John Lineker, Raphael Assuncao and now Petr Yan, who picks up his first loss in the UFC.
- Islam Makhachev snaps a 6 fight win streak with his loss to Kevin Lee.
- In a fight thats been hyped for years, Khabib took a rather boring victory over Tony Ferguson, and in his post-fight interview, he said he wants to make Conor his bitch again, the Russian fans cheer with approval after that comment.


Rankings Changes:

Heavyweight: Alexander Volkov up to #7, Shamil Abdurakhimov up to #12, Sergey Pavlovich up to #19, Augusto Sakai down to #25
Light Heavyweight: N/A
Middleweight: N/A
Welterweight: N/A
Lightweight: Kevin Lee up to #4, Islam Makhachev down to #17, Jim Miller enters at #22
Featherweight: N/A
Bantamweight: Cory Sandhagen up to #2, Petr Yan down to #11

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#502010 - 02/05/20 12:34 PM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


Registered: 10/30/08
Posts: 13265



UFC 248: Adesanya vs Borrachinha
Auckland, New Zealand
Attendance: 6,112 (Gate: $941,248)
Critical Rating: 71%, Commercial Rating: 89%


MAIN EVENT

(#1) Israel Adesanya (19-0) defeated (#3) Paulo 'Borrachinha' Costa (13-1) via TKO (Strikes) at 3:15 of Round 3 to retain the UFC Middleweight Title

CO-MAIN EVENT

(#4) Zabit Magomedsharipov (19-1) defeated (#1) Alexander Volkanovski (22-2) via Unanimous Decision to win the UFC Featherweight Title

MAIN CARD

(#8) Dan Hooker (20-8) defeated (#7) Paul Felder (17-5) via Unanimous Decision
(#14) Tai Tuivasa (9-3) defeated (#24) Junior Albini (14-7) via TKO (Strikes) at 0:52 of Round 2
(#17) Jim Crute (11-1) defeated (#11) Aleksandar Rakic (12-3) via Submission (Kimura) at 3:43 of Round 2

PRELIMS

Tyson Pedro (8-3) defeated Dalcha Lungiambula (11-3) via TKO (Strikes) at 1:14 of Round 1
Andre Soukhamthath (14-8) defeated Kai Kara-France (20-9-1NC) via Unanimous Decision
Cyril Asker (10-4) defeated Justin Tafa (3-2) via Unanimous Decision
Jake Matthews (16-4) defeated Luan Chagas (15-4-1) via Submission (Kimura) at 3:06 of Round 3
Brad Riddell (8-1) defeated Joseph Solecki (9-3) via TKO (Strikes) at 2:40 of Round 1
Ben Sosoli (8-2-2NC) defeated Justin Ledet (9-3-1NC) via Submission (RNC) at 4:40 of Round 3
Luke Jumeau (14-5) defeated Ramazan Emeev (18-5) via TKO (Strikes) at 1:18 of Round 3
Dhiego Lima (16-7) defeated Callan Potter (19-8) via Submission (RNC) at 4:34 of Round 1
Jamie Mullarkey (13-3) defeated Austin Hubbard (11-4) via Unanimous Decision
Shane Young (14-4) defeated Billy Quarantillo (13-3) via TKO (Strikes) at 4:04 of Round 2


Bonuses: ($50,000)

Fight of the Night: Shane Young vs Billy Quarantillo
Knockout of the Night: Israel Adesanya (vs Paulo Costa)
Submission of the Night: Jim Crute (vs Aleksandar Rakic)


Notes:

- Shane Young extends his winning streak to 3 with a hometown TKO victory over Dana Whites Contender Series veteran Billy Quarantillo.
- Jamie Mallarkey earned his first UFC win, and called out Jared Gordon as a fighter he'd like to fight next.
- Luke Jumeau was a massive +900 underdog with bookmakers but not only got the win over Ramazan Emeev, but also stopped him.
- Ben Sosoli was another underdog victor, being a +670 underdog, picking up his first UFC win. Justin Ledet drops to 3-3 in the UFC and started well at 3-0, but has now dropped his last 3 and will need a win in his next fight to keep his job.
- Justin Tafa drops his second UFC fight in a row and is released, with the door open for a return if he can get a few more wins in his young career.
- Andre Soukhamthath picked up a much needed victory after losing his last 2 fights. This was Kara-France's second loss in a row after a 3-0 start to his UFC career. Soukhamthath called out Montel Jackson for a rematch after the fight.
- Tyson Pedro broke a 2 fight losing streak, while putting Lungiambula on his own 2 fight losing streak. Pedro called out Michal Oleksiejczuk for his next fight.
- Jim Crute bounced back from his first career loss, to Misha Cirkunov, with an impressive submission win over highly rated fellow prospect Aleksandar Rakic. At just 22, Crute has a massive upside after beating the number 11 ranked UFC Light Heavyweight.
- In what was a must win fight for both fighters, Tai Tuivasa ended his 3 fight losing streak but put Junior Albini on a 5 fight losing streak and handed Albini his release from the UFC.
- Hometown favourite, Dan Hooker extended his win streak to 3 with a hard-fought decision victory over Paul Felder, who was a rank above him in the Lightweight rankings. Hooker will look to fight a top 5 fighter next.
- Zabit Magomedsharipov turned what was a very good card for the home crowd into a sour one by taking the Featherweight Title off Alexander Volkanovski in his first title defense.
- It was undefeated vs undefeated in the main event for the Middleweight Title, with Israel Adesanya sending the New Zealand crowd home happy with a dominant TKO victory in his first defense of the title.


Rankings Changes:

Heavyweight: Tai Tuivasa up to #11.
Light Heavyweight: Jim Crute up to #12, Aleksandar Rakic down to #16, Tyson Pedro up to #18
Middleweight: Paulo Costa down to #6
Welterweight: N/A
Lightweight: Dan Hooker up to #4, Paul Felder down to #9
Featherweight: Zabit Magomedsharipov up to #1, Alexander Volkanovski down to #4
Bantamweight: N/A

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#502017 - 02/06/20 01:26 PM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


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Posts: 13265


UFC announces the signing of Boxing World Champion Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury has signed a deal with the UFC to make his MMA debut in the organisation. Fury won the unified WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles by defeating long-reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany. The victory earned him Fighter of the Year and Upset of the Year awards by The Ring.
Fury is known for his outspoken nature and both in and out of ring antics, and also for his past mental health issues and massive weight gain and loss.
Fury even ventured into the world of Pro Wrestling, appearing on a few episodes of Raw aswell as actually having a match at a show in Saudi Arabia.
He has been training with Darren Till at Team Kaobon for his debut, and its been said he's picked up different aspects of MMA very quickly.
His opponent is TBA at this time.

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#502025 - 02/07/20 12:57 PM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


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Posts: 13265



UFC on ESPN: Aldo vs Ortega
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Attendance: 5,592 (Gate: $1,319,712)
Critical Rating: 68%, Commercial Rating: 91%


MAIN EVENT

(#5) Jose Aldo (29-6) defeated (#3) Brian Ortega (14-2-1NC) via TKO (Strikes) at 3:45 of Round 1

CO-MAIN EVENT

(#2) Corey Anderson (14-4) defeated (#3) Thiago 'Marreta' Santos (21-8) via Unanimous Decision

MAIN CARD

(#10) Cody Garbrandt (12-3) defeated (#5) Raphael Assuncao (27-8) via TKO (Strikes) at 3:02 of Round 2
(#8) Glover Teixeira (30-7-1) drew with (#6) Jan Blachowicz (25-8-1) via Split Draw
(#12) Gilbert Burns (18-3) defeated (#8) Demian Maia (28-10) via TKO (Strikes) at 4:46 of Round 1

PRELIMS

Herbert Burns (10-2) defeated Ryan Hall (8-2) via Unanimous Decision
(#14) Antonio Carlos Junior (11-4-1NC) defeated (#18) Cezar Ferreira (13-9) via Unanimous Decision
Rani Yahya (27-10-1NC) defeated Douglas Andrade de Silva (26-4-1NC) via Unanimous Decision
Marcos Rogerio de Lima (17-6-1) defeated Tanner Bosser (17-7-1) via Unanimous Decision
(#25) Ismail Naurdiev (20-3) defeated Leonardo Santos (17-4-1) via TKO (Strikes) at 0:47 of Round 1
Rodrigo Nascimento (8-0) defeated Yorgan de Castro (6-1) via Submission (Kimura) at 1:19 of Round 1
Andre Muniz (20-4) defeated (#15) Krzystof Jotko (21-5) via Submission (Guillotine) at 3:26 of Round 1
Thiago Moises (13-4) defeated Christos Giagos (17-9) via Unanimous Decision
Geraldo de Freitas (13-5) defeated Bobby Moffett (14-6) via Split Decision
Klidson de Abreu (16-4) defeated Marcin Prachnio (13-5) via Submission (Kimura) at 3:55 of Round 1


Bonuses: ($50,000)

Fight of the Night: Cody Garbrandt vs Raphael Assuncao
Knockout of the Night: Gilbert Burns (vs Demian Maia)
Submission of the Night: Andre Muniz (vs Krzystof Jotko)


Notes:

- Rodrigo Nascimento extended his undefeated record to 8-0 in his UFC debut, while ending the undefeated record of Yorgan de Castro, who drops to 6-1.
- Leonardo Santos' loss snapped a 10 fight undefeated streak.
- Antonio Carlos Junior called out Uriah Hall for a rematch, saying he didnt feel like his Split Decision loss to Hall was the right decision by the judges. Hall faces Kelvin Gastelum next at UFC 250.
- Herbert Burns beating Ryan Hall was a big upset, calls out Gavin Tucker, which seems like a bit of a step down in opponent after beating Ryan Hall, but Burns says he has had issues with Tucker that need settling in the cage.
- Herbert's brother Gilbert was another underdog who came out victorious on the night, over fellow Brazillian, Demian Maia. He extended his win streak to 5.
- The Split Draw between Glover Teixeira and Jan Blachowicz was very poorly received, and has been compared to some of the worst fights in UFC history.
- Cody Garbrandt called out TJ Dillashaw after his big win over Raphael Assuncao. Garbrandt says he wants to get his hands on TJ again, and this time the outcome wont be in Dillashaw's favour.
- Corey Anderson called for the next shot at the Light Heavyweight title, which will be decided at UFC 250 when Jon Jones takes on Dominick Reyes. Anderson has said he'll be in attendance and stepping up to the victor.
- Overall it was a great evening for the home Brazillian crowd, with not only a win in the main event for a Brazillian, but only 3 fights had winners for non-Brazillians.

Rankings Changes:

Heavyweight: N/A
Light Heavyweight: Thiago Santos down to #6
Middleweight: Antonio Carlos Junior up to #12, Cezar Ferreira down to #19, Krzystof Jotko down to #21
Welterweight: Gilbert Burns up to #8, Demian Maia down to #14, Ismail Naurdiev up to #20
Lightweight: N/A
Featherweight: Jose Aldo up to #2, Brian Ortega down to #8
Bantamweight: Cody Garbrandt up to #4, Raphael Assuncao down to #11

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#502026 - 02/07/20 02:06 PM Re: Yet another WMMA5 diary from Matty [Re: Matty]
Matty


Registered: 10/30/08
Posts: 13265
Originally Posted By: Matty
Originally Posted By: Matty
Originally Posted By: Matty


The Ultimate Fighter Redemption Announced

The next season of The Ultimate Fighter has been announced, and will see the return of 16 Middleweights formerly contracted to the UFC. Many of which are actually former TUF contestants.
(I've had to alter the name value a bit for a few of the fighters)

Tito Ortiz and Wanderlei Silva have signed on to coach opposing teams and will fight at the finale.

Contestants:

Tom Lawlor (10-7-1NC, 6-5 UFC)
David Branch (22-6, 4-5 UFC)
Steve Bosse (12-2, 2-1 UFC)
Kendall Grove (23-18-1NC, 7-6 UFC)
Clint Hester (11-6, 4-2 UFC)
Ed Gordon (8-4, 1-3 UFC)
Jason 'Mayhem' Miller (24-10-1NC, 0-3 UFC)
Bruno Santos (18-3-1, 1-2 UFC)
Hector Lombard (34-10-1-2NC, 3-8-1NC UFC)
Alex Garcia (15-7, 5-5 UFC)
CB Dolloway (17-10, 11-9 UFC)
Elias Theodorou (16-3, 8-3 UFC)
Francis Carmont (25-12, 6-3 UFC)
Karlos Vemola (27-6, 2-4 UFC)
Chris Camozzi (24-13, 9-10 UFC)
Tom Watson (17-9, 2-5 UFC)


The Teams have been picked and look like this:

Team Punishment

Alex Garcia
Bruno Santos
Clint Hester
Elias Theodorou

Hector Lombard
Steve Bosse
Tom Lawlor
Tom Watson

Team Wanderlei

CB Dolloway
Chris Camozzi
David Branch
Ed Gordon
Francis Carmont
Jason 'Mayhem' Miller
Karlos Vemola
Kendall Grove









The idea that Mayhem Miller was put into the house purely for entertainment value was proven wrong by Mayhem when he defeated one of the favourites in Elias Theodorou via Unanimous Decision.



It was a wrestler vs wrestler in the next fight in the house, with Alex Garcia neutralising Ed Gordon's usually dominant grappling. After winning one season of TUF, this was Gordon's second time he'd been eliminated in the first elimination stage.



Kendall Grove came into this season as someone considered to be washed up and no longer fully dedicated to MMA, but this victory over a fighter who was undefeated since his original UFC release went some way to prove the doubters wrong.
Mayhem Miller was in full-mayhem mode during this episode after having a few drinks and causing issues in the house.

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