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Posted: 7/31/2012 3:46:34 PM
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Posted: 7/31/2012 3:56:22 PM
Well this certainly is a sure fire way to get you banned.
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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:08:54 PM
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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:26:30 PM

Cole Miller to Defeat Nam Phan by Submission

Phil Davis to defeat Wagner Prado by decision

Rani Yahya to defeat Josh Grispi by decision

Phillip De Fries to defeat Oli Thompson by submission

Manny Gamburyan to defeat Michihiro Omigawa by KO

Ulysses Gomez to defeat John Moraga by decision

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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:26:55 PM
In the Lightweight division (21-7-0) Joe J-Lau Lauzon squares off with Jamie C-4 Varner (20-6-1). Varner is riding a ton of momentum right now after pulling off one of the biggest upsets of the year stopping Edson Barbosa in the first round. This is J-Lau’s first fight back since almost being decapitated back in Japan vs. Anthony Pettis. This is a very hard fight to predict. Lauzon is nightmare to anyone on the ground with his submission game and has a lot of power in his hands. Varner also has a good submission game and is well versed on his feet. I’ll give Lauzon the advantage on the ground but the standup goes to Varner. If Varner can keep this fight standing it will be a long night for Lauzon. I hate going against fighters with a lot of momentum, so I won’t. I’m going with Jamie Varner to defeat Joe Lauzon by Decision.
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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:27:16 PM
In the Welterweight division (14-4-0) Mike Quick Swick squares off with DaMarques The Darkness Johnson (15-10-0). This will be Swick’s first fight in about two and a half years. He has been plaged with injuries but now is said to finally be back at 100 percent. Johnson is coming off a loss to John Maguire and has lost 3 of last 5. Johnson looks better to me every time I see him fight even in defeat. He’s got the ability to win by knockout or submission his chin is the only question mark for me. Mike Swick can turn a welterweight’s lights out instantly. He has great hands and is very aggressive. It’s going to be interesting to see if ring rust plays a factor here. I’m rooting for Swick but I just see a lot of Value in the Darkness. I think he will hurt Swick on the feet and probably finish him on the ground so I’m going with DeMarques Johnson to defeat Mike Swick by submission.
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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:27:33 PM
In the Light Heavyweight division (17-3-0) Lyoto The Dragon Machida battles Ryan Darth Bader (14-2-0). Machida is 1-3 in his last 4 fights with his only win coming in Toronto where he knocked out Randy Couture. Bader is riding a 2 fight win streak with wins over Rampage and Brillz. Bader is a collegiate wrestler with one punch knockout power while Machida is a Karate fighter who likes to counter attack. Bader has to use his wrestling and take this fight to the ground if he wants to win because if he decides to keep the fight standing or can’t take Machida down then he’s playing with fire. Machida is very hard to hit and has good takedown defense. I think we will see Machida keep his distance to avoid the takedown and jump in and out landing a variety of kicks and punches. If this does stay on the feet I don’t see it going the distance. So I’m going with Lyoto Machida to defeat Ryan Bader by TKO.
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Posted: 7/31/2012 4:27:51 PM
In the Light Heavyweight division (12-5-0) Brandon The Truth Vera takes on Mauricio Shogun Rua (20-6-0). Vera is coming off a much needed victory in his last fight vs. Elliot Marshall but is 1-2-1 in his last 4 fights. This is Shogun’s first fight since his fight of the year performance with Dan Henderson and looks to get one back in the win column. Shogun proved he could take a beating, he was tagged countless times in the Hendo fight and still had the cardio to win the last 2 rounds. His standup is excellent and he’s a BJJ black belt. Brandon Vera has the opportunity of a lifetime, in my opinion he is nowhere near a title shot let alone a top 10 fighter in the division but if he upsets Shogun we could see a rematch with Jones according to the Boss. Vera’s got a slick submission game, solid clinch game and I keep hearing how he wants to show his improved standup. In this fight I’m sure Shogun would not mind standing and trading with Vera. I think this will be a closer fight than what the odds are saying but unless Shogun’s chin can’t hold up anymore (Still no sign of that though) He should be able to hurt Vera and finish shortly after. So I’m going with Shogun Rua to defeat Brandon Vera by 3rd rd TKO.
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