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UFC 114 Results

UFC 114 Results
The first televised fight of the night was
Efrain Escudero vs. Dan Lauzon
The first round was a bit slow with Lauzon mostly countering. However, Lauzon did manage to cut Escudero. The stand up continued in the second round, and Efrain went on the attack with a barrage of knees. The round ended with more knees from Escudero. The third round got off to a slow start, but Efrain got off more knees. Efrain won a unanimous decision.

The next televised fight was
Cyrille Diabate vs. Luiz Cane.
Diabate took it to Cane. Cane had no defense as Diabate came with chingasos. Cane could not take anymore chingasos, and Diabate got the TKO.

Up next was
Dong Hyun Kim vs. Amir Sadollah
Kim put on a clinic on how to finish single leg takedowns in the UFC. Kim finished single leg after single leg, controlled the fight from the top, and ended up winning a unanimous decision.

To open up the UFC 114 pay per view was
John Hathaway vs. Diego Sanchez
Sanchez went for a takedown early in the first round but failed. He shot in again later in the round, and Hathaway caught him with a big knee. Sanchez survived the round, but spent the remainder of the round on his back. Hathaway controlled the rest of the fight, throwing chingasos, and taking Sanchez out of his game. Hathaway got the unanimous decision.

The next mma fight was
Antonio Rogerio “Little Nog” Nogueira vs. Jason Brilz
This was supposed to be an easy fight for Little Nog. Brilz was able to get takedowns, and nearly finished the fight in the second round with a tight guillotine choke. Little Nog, with his jiu jitsu experience, was able to somehow escape. The third round was more of the same, but Little Nog did trap Brilz in a crucifix with about a minute to go in the fight. Brilz used his strong wrestling base to escape. Little Nog ended up pulling out a controversial split decision.

The next fight, in the UFC 114 card, featured
Mike Russow vs. Todd Duffee
Duffee came into the fight with an incredible physique while Russow did not look like he had been training for an mma fight. Duffee took the fight to Russow, got a chingaso in, and dropped Russow in the first round. Russow survived, but Duffee continued to control as the fight headed into the third round. Duffee continued dominating the fight with Russow having no answer. Halfway through the third round, everything changed. Russow threw one chingaso, a straight cross that caught Duffee. Duffee went down and Russow got the KO.

The co-main event of UFC 114 featured
Michael Bisping vs. Dan Miller
The fight went back and forth with both guys throwing chingasos and keeping it standing through the first two rounds. In the third round, Miller got a takedown, but Bisping used his cage and mma experience to quickly spring back up. The fight ended with a flurry of chingasos from both fighters. Bisping got the unanimous decision.

The fight that everyone was waiting for was
Rashad Evans vs. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson
Evans caught Rampage very early in the first round, and dazed Rampage. While Rampage tried to regain his composure, Evans was able to trap Rampage against the cage before finally getting a takedown. In the second round, Rampage and Evans both threw chingasos. Once again, however, Evans was able to smother Rampage against the cage for a big part of the round. The third round did not disappoint those looking for an exciting mma fight. Rampage caught Evans with a well placed chingaso. Rampage had Evans down and against the cage, throwing chingaso after chingaso. Unfortunately, for the Rampage fans, he missed with most of them, and Evans was able to work his way back up. After getting up, Evans was able to take Rampage down. Rampage got back up, but Evans was able to put him back down on the canvas. This time it was Evans that was able to use some ground and pound to get some chingasos in. Evans was able to use his superior speed to get the unanimous decision over Rampage.


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