Anderson Silva And Okami

August 28, 2011 by staff 

Anderson Silva And OkamiAnderson Silva And Okami, Anderson Silva avenged his loss to Yushin Okami at UFC 134 main event of Saturday to stop the Japanese middleweight strikes in the second round.

Things started well for Okami, who managed to grind away the champion during the early stages. But everything fell apart in the second round. Silva arrived just live off the bat, with the explosion of clean combos. Moments later dropped his hands, completely surprising lack of respect for Okami.

After removing Okami down once with a straight right, Silva shook him with a right hook and unloaded with punches, elbows and knees on the floor for the win by TKO.

“I’m training hard for my team … for all the kids,” Silva said after the fight. “I’m here to fight. I’m very happy.”

It took four years, but Mauricio (Shogun) Rua had his rematch with Forrest Griffin.

Rua looked in tremendous form, blasting loud banging Griffin in co-main event fight. After getting rocked with a right hook behind the ear, Griffin attempted a takedown despair. However, Rua crushed it and discharge the hammer of fists of victory by knockout.

“I trained hard every day for this fight,” Rua said after the fight. “Thank you, Brazil!”

After beating Griffin in so impressively, Rua is now likely one win away from a shot at the heavyweight championship.

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira proved he still has, knocking out Brendan Schaub, a flurry of punches in the first round at UFC 134 on Saturday.

MMA legend survived a few close calls after getting rocked early Schaub. However, Nogueira managed to keep pushing forward, eventually damaging straight Schaub with a hard right against the wall. Then followed with a left hook to knock Schaub nasty cold.

“I was only three and a half months to train for the fight,” said an emotional Nogueira. “I had a knee injury … but I have sacrificed (rehabilitation) so he could fight in Brazil.”

Many critics – including me – felt Nogueira was at the end of the rope and surpassed by younger, stronger Schaub. Just goes to show that you cannot count it out.

In a completely alien time in the preliminaries, the Brazilian fell medium Rousimar Palhares Dan Miller with a vicious kick to the head, unloaded with a flurry and then went with his arms in victory.

The only problem is the referee Herb Dean stopped the fight ever.

Dean then literally had to pull Octagon Wall Palhares mid-celebration and force him to keep fighting. Once restarted, Miller knocked him down with a straight left, but recovered and delivered a kill Palhares large as time ran out in the first round.

Luckily for Palhares, the incident did not allow him down and maimed Miller vicious ground and pound bloodying the New Jersey native in the second. Things then fell sharply in the final stanza, as both men were visibly exhausted in a battle of high octane, but it was enough for Palhares on foot with a stunning unanimous-decision victory.

“It was a very tough fight,” said Palhares, refusing to comment on the false end. “It was tough the whole way, but thank God I won the fight.”

This is not the first time acted strangely Palhares during a fight. After failing in an attempt to lock the leg against Nate Marquardt in September, Palhares stopped to protest, claiming that his opponent had greased with petroleum jelly legs.

However, he took his eyes Marquardt, leaving open for a knockout shot to the fore.

Edson Barboza won a close split decision against Ross Pearson in a stand-up war.

Pearson came aggressively, doing well within the range of Barboza for the work of his boxing. Barboza said stay light on his feet and the use of heavy fighting against the surprising advantage Pearson judge’s cards.

Stanislav Nedkov Undefeated scored a huge disorder, getting a TKO victory over the dangerous striker Luiz Cane.

For much of the fight, Nedkov was on the receiving end of hard strokes of the cane. However, he finally found a home for wild right hook and followed with a left to the temple. After a couple of strokes on the ground that it was academic.

Thiago Tavares as the most impressive performance of his career, stopping Spencer Fisher blows to the second round.

Tavares wasted no time in taking Fisher to the ground, undermining blows. After getting back control, Tavares downloaded more shots for the win by TKO.

Paulo Thiago came in the victory column, taking an impressive unanimous decision over David Mitchell.

Thiago came one step ahead throughout the fight, improved representation of some counter-strike and keep Mitchell out of your comfort zone.

Whenever Mitchell launched a shot from Thiago either punished or slipped under a clean removal. After 15 minutes of fighting, the judges gave Thiago a clean slate.

Yves Jabouin Montreal got its first win in the UFC, appropriating a close split decision over Ian Loveland bantanweight in his debut.

Despite aggressive Loveland came in the early stages, the upper Jabouin surprisingly made all the difference, as he staggered Loveland with a knot right big and always finds a home for his spinning backfist.

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