Rampage Jackson Vs Lyoto Machida Video

November 21, 2010 by Post Team 

Rampage Jackson Vs Lyoto Machida Video, explosive fighting took place yesterday between the former champions of UFC light heavyweight Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. Lyoto Machida (fight video available here) UFC123, when Rampage won by split decision to Lyoto Machida in the third round. The event was held in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

The first two rounds of match Machida vs. Jackson were extremely close with the second round clearly Rampage series.

Rampage won the 1st and 2nd cycles based dashboards judge three, while Machida finally took the third and the third round before it was the most action of the night.

Round 1 was very close, while, and depending on what the audience appeared to know who they would support. Jackson came out aggressive and took the middle of the cage, throwing a glance to find his range. Machida start the round leg kicks and stays away from injury for most of the round.

Considering that Rampage only shot with a big uppercut, it was probably the more violent of the two and pressed the action in all but the last lap. After the fight, but he acted like he had lost.

In the third round, Machida finally begun to turn a punch and damage Jackson. He landed an epidemic of punches and kicks after shooting rampage and took the ground shock.

Upstairs, Machida missed control, and then booming. He was unable to do much harm in height and has given up efforts to spot a retaining bar that Jackson motorized, but it was the first crucial round of the battle. Currently, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was up to a record of 31-8.

Tonight’s fight Machida vs. Rampage cards received bonuses for superlatives knockout, better communication and more generally the fight. Premiums tonight came in the amount of $ 80,000.

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