Ufc 123 Fight Card

November 21, 2010 by staff 

Ufc 123 Fight Card, It got ugly quickly in the Palace of the war between the Average Mark Munoz and Aaron Simpson at UFC 123 on Saturday night.

Both fighters delivered kicks to the groin – banned in mixed martial arts fighting – and blow to the back of the head.

In the second round, Munoz hit Simpson in the eye with a wild punch, temporarily interrupting the fight. Quick recall of the UFC 123

In a wild final round, the pair is neck and neck, bouncing left and right hands of each other’s head.

Munoz, who fights of Vallejo, Calif., was judged the winner over Simpson, who is from Gunnison, Colorado, by unanimous decision.

It was close enough to go anyway and the packed house at the Palais roared their support.

UNLUCKY FIGHTER: Tyson Griffin could be considered somewhat unlucky at UFC 123.

He drew first blood in the first fight of the night, a three-round lightweight battle against Nik Lentz, Lentz when he socked in the nose with three vicious right hands.

Bleeding, Lentz El Paso, Texas, held in the second round as Griffin of Sacramento has continued his attack, which included a couple of body slams exhausting.

Griffin continued the attack in the third round, but the judges awarded the fight on a split decision Lentz.

Fans booed loudly.

PLAYGROUND: Paul Kelly, who hails from Liverpool, England, used the ground game and books for scoring a second round TKO over TJ O’Brien, who fights in Des Moines, Iowa, in their confrontation, planned three light towers.

Kelly shook O’Brien, a specialist in jiujitsu and wrestling, solid punches to the head and then body slams of thunder. The referee stopped the fight at 3:16 of Round 2 with Kelly on top of his opponent and reigning unanswered blows to the head.

A FOOT ON STAND: If Mike Lullo can walk on his left leg today, it will be a miracle. Lullo, who resides in Chicago, has taken a series of wicked kicks to the leg of the Brazilian Edson Barboza that toppled several times in the second round of their light combat.

Lullo with the agony and the canvas, the referee stopped the fight at 26 seconds of Round 2 before Barboza, who lives in Rio de Janeiro, could inflict more damage.

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