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Old 07-05-2012, 05:46 PM   #121
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Condit Vs McDonald
Round 1
I give the round to Condit...
Round 2
Round 2 for McDonald, judge prolly gave the round to him too...
So it's 1-1
Round 3
All Condit...10-8 round....
I watch the fight with commentary but I didn't agree with Rogan....youre right he was riding his nut during the fight !
Same as me, the takedowns clearly knocked a bit of wind out of CC in the 1st, but he still took the round for me

And Rogan is even worse during a Kampmann fight. Somebody could throw a 3-p combo at him, MK eats two and Rogan goes on about how he slipped one of them...
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:49 PM   #122
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i just saw some mma on tv. strikeforce or bellator. one of the guys fought and acted like nick diaz. other guy was called maynard (not gray tho). awesome fight
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Same as me, the takedowns clearly knocked a bit of wind out of CC in the 1st, but he still took the round for me

And Rogan is even worse during a Kampmann fight. Somebody could throw a 3-p combo at him, MK eats two and Rogan goes on about how he slipped one of them...

That's another one I've been wanting to watch for ages...

I'm pretty sure Condit got ****ed in that one !
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Condit/Kampmann is a great fight. It was very close, but I think I gave the edge to Condit.
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Old 07-06-2012, 06:09 AM   #125
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Just watched Pride Final Conflict 2003.


Gary Goodridge vs. Dan Bobish

Dan "The Bull" Bobish comes out trying to live up to his nickname. He pushes forward with his arms out, I suppose looking for a takedown. He is poked in the eye, and as he complains to the ref, who appears to not care at all, Goodridge follows up his brilliantly placed poke with a barrage of punches, and the very compassionate ref is forced to step in and save The Bull from further punishment. It's all over in eighteen seconds. At the beginning of this fight, it is noted that Goodridge didn't train as hard for this fight, as he was beaten so quickly in his last effort against Fedor, and he trained very hard for that fight. That is the most retarded thing I have ever heard. Perhaps it was this line of thinking that led to Gary being the poster boy for brain damage in mixed martial arts?

Chuck Liddell vs. Rampage Jackson

Dana White in the commentary booth for this battle. He predicts that Rampage is going to get lit up. Little does he know, he will be sorely disappointed in a matter of minutes. The fight opens with both exchanging jabs. In the early minutes, Chuck's offence looks nice and crisp, but he is still getting tagged by some big bombs. He is eating shots that would have certainly knocked him out later in his career, proving that his chin used to be excellent. Striking looks fairly even so fa, but the more telling blows are definitely being thrown by Rampage. Dana complains about the pace being very slow but that simply isn't true. Rampage flurries, forcing Chuck back peddling across the ring, where Rampage meets him with a takedown. They are very briefly on the ground, though, as Chuck displays his excellent ability to get back to his feet. Rampages stalks Chuck the corner where he lands a big right hand that floors him but he quickly gets back to his feet. Chuck is visibly shaken by the onslaught. The round ends with another takedown from Rampage. Dana sounds very disappointed and worried. A great round, packed with action.

The second round starts with Rampage forcing Chuck to the corner, where he is met with a halfhearted guillotine attempt. While he is having a lot of success in the stand up, he appears to want the fight on the mat. Rampage drops Chuck again, and yet again, he makes his way back to his feet. Unfortunately for him, he is met with another takedown. From here, Rampage unleashes some brutal ground and pound, mixing his attacks brilliantly between the body and the head. Everything Rampage is throwing is absolutely brutal. Chuck's corner is forced to throw in the towel, ending the fight. Chuck doesn't protest the stoppage.

Definitely one of Rampage's best performances. I think that everybody misses seeing this Rampage.

Wanderlei Silva vs. Hidehiko Yoshida

Wanderlei opens up with some wild swinging, and the Olympian quickly takes him to the mat. Despite being on the bottom, he is landing some nice shots. Silva scrambles and finds himself in a nice position for a triangle. Yoshida works his way out and into side control, but Silva probably should have been able to finish that triangle, as he was in perfect position. Silva works his way back to his feet, and lands a takedown of his own. Yoshida is fishing for armbars, and Silva is wary of opening up with his ground and pound. Not a lot of action from either man, and they are restarted in the centre. Yoshida adjusts his gi, and Silva appears frustrated. Silva gets up from guard and punishes Yoshida's legs with hard kicks. Back on the feet, they exchange some blows before clinching up. Again, Yoshida secures the takedown. He rains down some nice shots after working for a neck crank. The round ends with Wanderlei landing a heavy up kick. Silva is definitely having some trouble with Yoshida's judo and overall grappling aptitude.

The second opens with Silva once again swinging wildly, which makes it easy for Yoshida to clinch up, where he shoots for yet another takedown. He is unsuccessful this time around, and he pays for his error with big knees. Yoshida stands back up, and Silva lands a huge left head kick, which is thus far the biggest blow of the fight. Silva follows up with a knee to the head, and they exchange some more wild punches.The tides have turned, and Silva is rapidly taking over. In every exchange, both guys are swinging for the fences, but it appears that Silva is landing more of his shots, and Yoshida seems to be tiring. Yoshida tries for a sloppy takedown, which is always an awful idea against a guy like Wanderlei under Pride rules, as he is met with a brutal knee the face which stands him back up, where he is once again the recipient of a left high kick. Yoshida is showing a very good chin, as he is taking a lot of damage. Yoshida falls to his back afar the high kick, and Silva chooses to follow him to the ground. In the final seconds, Yoshida is able to sweep Silva and land in his full guard, but it is far too late for it to make any difference.

Definitely a closer fight than anyone would have expected at the time. Silva certainly did more damage, and the decision is fair. If the judges had given the fight to Yoshida, I'm not sure if he would have been able to continue to the final round against Rampage.

Dan Henderson vs. Murilo Bustamante

Hendo comes out aggressive, throwing everything with power, in typical Den Henderson style. Murilo is clearly uncomfortable on the feet against Hendo, and opts to shoot for a takedown. As Murilo shoots, there is a pretty clear clash of heads, and as he lands, Hendo rocks him even further with a big left knee. He follows up with some quick ground and pound, and the ref steps in to save him from further damage. Destructive performance from Hendo.

Kevin Randleman vs. Kazushi Sakuraba

The first two strikes of the fight are wilds misses by Saku. Randleman is determined to wrestle him the mat, and he does so with relative ease. He is unable to accomplish much with the takedown, however, and Saku works his way back to his feet after a couple of uneventful minutes. It's funny to hear that there was Sakuraba retirement talk all the way back in 2003. Randleman shoots again and is successful. Saku works for a triangle for a couple of minutes and Randleman is content to pepper with minor blows. It appears to be s stalemate in this position. In the last thirty seconds, Kevin finally works his way out of the triangle position, but is unable to do much afterwards. A very uneventful round.

The second round opens with Saku rushing in sloppily and getting clipped with a big left hand that drops him. Randleman lands a leg kick that clearly bothers Saku, who has both knees bandaged. Saku answers with some nice leg kicks of his own, followed by a left head kick that is partially blocked and caught, which allows Kevin to take the fight back to the mat. They land in the position that they spent the majority of the first round in, but Kevin is quicker this time around in escaping the potential triangle. Kevin again peppers with some less than impressive ground and pound, the round ends with the two once again the stalemate, triangle position. A better round, but still pretty uneventful.

The third starts with both guys once again being tentative in the standup. Randleman scores another takedown, but Saku is able to get back to his feet only to be taken down yet again. Saku works for a kimura, but Kevin rolls out, only to find himself in an armbar attempt. He tries to roll out, but actually rolls into a worse position, and Saku is able to straighten out the arm and finish. A good comeback performance from Saku, but the fight overall was pretty lacklustre. A very slick finish from Saku.

Cro Cop vs. Big Nog

The fight opens with Nog frantically circling away from Cro Cop's power. He shoots in and pulls guard. Nog is being very active from his guard, constantly trying to set up submissions, and landing some ok looking hammerfists. Cro Cop has done very little from guard, probably not wanting to open himself up for submissions. He quickly rips himself from Nog's guard and gets up. Cro Cop goes hight/low with left kicks, missing his first to the head, and nailing Nog's body with the second. Mirko lands some solid left straights. He displays his great TDD as Nog is desperate to drag it to the ground. Mirko is picking Nog apart with power shots. Things are looking grim for bloodied up Nog. Nog's offence consists of shooting for sloppy takedowns and trying to pull guard, but he has been very unsuccessful. Cro Cop has landed several very big left body kicks throughout the round. At the end of the round, Cro Cop lands his patented LHK, and Nog is floored. The bell rings before he can follow up.

Nog opens the second with a successful double leg, and he works his way to full mount where he begins to rain down punches. Cro Cop bucks up and tries to roll out, but Nog is able to catch his arm. He completes the armbar. A quintessential Big Nog fight, with the comeback submission. Cro Cop looked incredible in the first round, but he got sloppy on the ground, and you just can't do that against a guy like Nogueira.
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Old 07-06-2012, 06:09 AM   #126
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Rampage vs. Wanderlei

They both come out swinging, and Rampage ducks in and lefts Silva for a takedown. Silva grabs and holds onto a guillotine and Rampage gently lowers him to the ground, in very un-Rampage-like fashion. He breaks out of the submission attempt, and starts with some ground and pound. After a few minutes of control from Rampage, Silva throws up an armbar attempt, but Rampage escapes and lands some heavy knees from half guard. Wanderlei retains closed guard, and Rampage postures up and rains down with some eyes catching punches. The ref stands them up, but Rampage was being fairly active from the top. Wanderlei connects with some wild punches and staggers Rampage with a knee from the clinch. Rampage finds himself stick in Silva's clinch, where he eats countless huge knees to the chin. Absolutely relentless offence from Silva, and Rampage is overwhelmed. Rampage hits the floor, and receives two big soccer kicks before getting back up and finding himself right back in Silva's clinch. The two exchange smiles, because they are clearly insane. The ref jumps in as the onslaught continues. A brilliant, violent performance from The Axe Murderer. One of his career defining victories.


All in all, a fantastic event with some ATG battles. The only fight that even comes close to boring is Randleman/Saku, and even that ended with a very nice finish. Definitely one of Pride's best events.
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Old 07-06-2012, 12:27 PM   #127
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Rampage vs. Wanderlei

They both come out swinging, and Rampage ducks in and lefts Silva for a takedown. Silva grabs and holds onto a guillotine and Rampage gently lowers him to the ground, in very un-Rampage-like fashion. He breaks out of the submission attempt, and starts with some ground and pound. After a few minutes of control from Rampage, Silva throws up an armbar attempt, but Rampage escapes and lands some heavy knees from half guard. Wanderlei retains closed guard, and Rampage postures up and rains down with some eyes catching punches. The ref stands them up, but Rampage was being fairly active from the top. Wanderlei connects with some wild punches and staggers Rampage with a knee from the clinch. Rampage finds himself stick in Silva's clinch, where he eats countless huge knees to the chin. Absolutely relentless offence from Silva, and Rampage is overwhelmed. Rampage hits the floor, and receives two big soccer kicks before getting back up and finding himself right back in Silva's clinch. The two exchange smiles, because they are clearly insane. The ref jumps in as the onslaught continues. A brilliant, violent performance from The Axe Murderer. One of his career defining victories.


All in all, a fantastic event with some ATG battles. The only fight that even comes close to boring is Randleman/Saku, and even that ended with a very nice finish. Definitely one of Pride's best events.
This is probably my favorite card of all time.
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Old 07-06-2012, 12:29 PM   #128
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Btw, just watched again some Sonnen fights, like vs Paulo Filho (the one Chael wins), vs Miller and Prangley......was good to remember how boring is Sonnens style !
Soft puncher with good takedowns and at that time without all the trash talking.....the fight with Paulo Filho was awful btw, Paulo looked like a 70 years old man, sad actually......
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Old 07-06-2012, 01:04 PM   #129
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This is probably my favorite card of all time.
This is my favourite card ever

I managed to get my hands on it in about 05 when I was just getting into MMA and I had never heard of PRIDE or knew the results, so was like watching it live I guess

I was looking forward to seeing Chuck win...
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was good to remember how boring is Sonnens style !
I was thinking about starting a ''Lets talk about Sonnens best fights'' thread

didnt think Id get any replies though
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I loved his fight with Marquardt.
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Old 07-06-2012, 01:46 PM   #132
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Yeah that was a good un, cant remember **** all bout it though
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Condit VS Kampmann

Round 1
Kampann got the first TD, went for a guillotine but Condit manage to get out, both get up, now it's Condit that take Kampann down...then reversal from Kampann then he try to go for a heel hook but he is reversed by Condit, big knee from Condit when Kampann try to get up. Condit has the edge on the feet for the moment. With the 20 sec mark Condit attempt a trip, Kampann reverse it then go for a guillotine but no success.

Close round, again depending on the criteria...Condit got the most significant strike manage to take down Kampmann and landed some G'n'P.

Kampann took down Condit several time, went for 2 or 3 sub but didn't work....

I give the round to Condit but I can see the judges giving it to Kampann

Round 2
Kampann take Condit down again, manage to land some G'n'P...Condit gets up after spending almost 2 min on his back. Condit take Kampann down again and he land some shot but Kampann get back and then Condit take him down again in a guillotine again, Condit get out, manage to take Kampann back go for a RNC loose it then Kampann end up in Condit guard and the second round finish there.

Condit did spend the first 2 min on his back...but again he got the better of Kampann on his feet and manage to control the rest of the round.

though call on this one too...but I give it to Condit to...

so it's 2-0

Round 3
Some exchange on the feet at the start of the round, then Kampmann take Condit down, land some G'n'P, Condit try to got for an armbar but it doesn't work. Kampmann still landing some shot from the top. Condit gets up but Kampann drag him to the ground again. Condit try to go for a Kimura but can't get it locked. Condit go for a heel hook Kampann run from it, then Condit get up...but is taken down by Kampann again...Condit get up and go for a guillotine with less then 10 sec to go on the clock.

This round is going to Kampann...he got the dominant position for most of the fight and manage to control where the fight was takin place.

So 2-1

Not the greatest Condit performance...

I don't see any robbery there, the second round could have gone either way !
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Babalu vs Maurice Smith

3-0 Babalu...outwrestled Smith quite easily...(yeah I know, Im a lazy ass haha)
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Randy Couture vs Kevin Randleman

R1- 10-9 KR
R2- 10-9 KR
R3- brutal GnP by Couture and its all over.
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