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26/5-2009, 13:28

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Super Hulk, ganske som forventet =



Dream 9:

Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Gesias Cavalcante , "Crusher" Kawajiri paa decision.

Hideo Tokoro vs. Abel Cullum, den bedste kamp jeg har set i LAAANG tid! Tokoro FTW!


Naeste kamp coming up: Yoshiro Maeda vs. Hiroyuki Takaya




(DREAM 10: Shaolin vs. Aoki + Manhoef vs. Filho!!! I heart Dream!)










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26/5-2009, 13:57

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Match One: Super Hulk Tournament First Round
Bob "The Beast" Sapp (10-3-1) vs. Ikuhisa "Minowaman" Minowa (41-30-8)

Sapp makes his usual huge entrance with Alzo Sprach Zarathustra playing and he looks incredibly intense. Minowa gets a MASSIVE response from the crowd, making his usual techno entrance to the cheers of the fans in attendance.

Round One

Sapp charges out and Minowa throws an overhand right before going to a single-leg attempt. Sapp blocks it and ends up on top of Minowa in side control immediately. Minowa moves it to half-guard as Sapp tries for an armlock. Sapp moves to mount and throws a big right hand before taking Minowa's back and trying for a rear naked choke. Minowa is able to get a sweep and he begins working from the top position! He isolates a leg and tries for an Achilles lock and he cranks. He's sitting on top of Sapp and pulling away at the leg and Sapp taps out!! Minowaman is victorious and Sapp is left limping to his corner!! Upset of the night or start of a trend for the Super Hulk tournament? Time will tell.

Winner: Ikuhisa "Minowaman" Minowa, submission (Achilles lock), Round One

Minowa does his usual celebration after the bout, leading the fans in the cheers and they LOVE him. Even moreso for pulling the upset I believe.

Match Two: Super Hulk Tournament First Round
Hong Man Choi (1-2) vs. Jose Canseco (0-0)

Schiavello talks about how Canseco is taking home a six-figure paycheck for the bout and how everyone has been talking about this fight, while Mezger says that it's not worth it to him and he questions why someone who is forty-five would choose to take on a seven-foot, 300-pound opponent in their debut fight. My guess is that he's got a death wish, but that's just me. Mezger brings up Jose's black belt in tae kwan do and then kind of makes fun of it, suggesting that it's not going to do him any good. Considering Choi's training video saw him doing sumo and K-1 kickboxing and Canseco's showed him in still pictures with Madonna and riding a motorcycle, this is probably not going to end well. Canseco makes his entrance to the Wild Thing theme song from the 80's movie "Major League". He's got a blonde with him throwing baseballs to the crowd and walks down the ramp with a baseball bat in his hands. I guess that's how he's going to make it a fair fight, and as soon as I type it, Guy Mezger laughs and says the same thing. Apparently he's got some Muay Thai experience and Schiavello brings up his Celebrity Boxing appearances. Choi enters next, looking even bigger than he did in his fights against Fedor and CroCop. The announcers kind of laugh and talk about how Canseco's jaw dropped when he met Choi for the first time and that he has already admitted that he's afraid of him.

Round One

There's the bell and Canseco comes out swinging, clocking Choi with an overhand right!! Kick to the body from Canseco and he lands another shot before circling away from the Techno Goliath. He hits a push kick and nearly runs away, but Choi grabs him in a clinch. Knee from Choi gets blocked by Canseco and he's back on his bicycle. Choi with a jab and Canseco looks stunned! Choi chases Canseco and Canseco looks to get caught up in the ropes and clutches at his knee. He throws a kick to the body and Choi fights through it, moving to the mount and hammering away on Canseco with a huge flurry of shots!! Choi pounds away and the referee moves in to stop the bout!!

Winner: Hong Man Choi, TKO (strikes), Round One

Schiavello and Mezger both talk about how impressed they are with Canseco's performance and that he did a lot better than they thought he would, especially in the early going before Choi finally caught up with him.

Match Three: Super Hulk Tournament First Round
Sokoudjou (5-4) vs. Jan "The Giant" Nortje (2-5)

Nortje makes his entrance first with a Lil' Jon song, which seems rather out of place for a South African like Nortje. He proves it by doing some white guy dancing at the top of the entrance ramp. They talk about his boxing record, his MMA record and his K-1 record, which sits at 9-19. Mezger says that Nortje isn't a technical boxer by any stretch of the imagination, but he hits REALLY hard which means that he always has a chance in any fight. He also talks about Sokoudjou's wrestling background and how that could help him out against Nortje. Nortje last saw action in MMA at a Strikeforce show in February of 2008 where he beat Bob Sapp by TKO in fifty-five seconds. Sokoudjou's entrance is next and it seems as if the fans of Japan still remember him from his two huge KO's in PRIDE. They talk about his two fight losing streak including his last fight against Renato "Babalu" Sobral at Affliction's Day of Reckoning and how he really needs a win here. Mezger talks about how despite Nortje's power, Sokoudjou shouldn't have much of a problem with Nortje as he's got much more skill than "The Giant".

Round One

There's the bell and Nortje throws out a leg kick that misses early, with Sokoudjou landing a nice kick to the body before moving into the clinch. Nortje pushes Sokoudjou into the corner and leans his weight on him as Sokoudjou tries for a trip takedown. Nortje is able to defend the takedown just due to sheer size and he even lands a couple of shots inside, doing a little dirty boxing on the Team Quest-trained Soko. The referee calls for a break and they start back in the middle of the ring as Guy Mezger complains about Nortje's grabbing the ropes. Another snapping kick lands to the leg of Nortje from Sokoudjou and he follows it with another and another, with the crowd chering on every one of them. Overhand right from Sokoudjou lands and he moves into the clinch again. Nortje grabs the ropes, but Sokoudjou just forces him down to the mat with a throw takedown. He moves right into the half-guard and starts HAMMERING with right hands on Nortje. NASTY hammerfists and the referee steps in to call the bout!! Sokoudjou gets in a few more shots after the stoppage and "The Giant" is not happy.

Winner: Sokoudjou, TKO (strikes), Round One

Sokoudjou celebrates, even after the extra punches, prompting Nortje's corner to take exception and the corners are getting into it in the middle of the ring!! Ray Sefo's in there and Schiavello is getting on Sokoudjou for the lack of sportsmanship. The replay shows Sokoudjou landing at least four or five HEAVY shots after the referee had already stopped the fight, showing him even punching AROUND the referee. Bad move from Sokoudjou and a bit of a classless display from the Cameroonian.

Match Four: Super Hulk Tournament First Round
Gegard Mousasi (24-2-1) vs. Mark Hunt (5-5)

The pre-fight video package makes a big deal of Hunt's experience in PRIDE without being able to show any of the footage, while also talking heavily about Mousasi's DREAM Middleweight Grand Prix victory. Both are shown to have a lot of K-1 experience, especially Mousasi since not many people know how good his kickboxing is. Schiavello tells a great story about Hunt going from streetfighting to K-1 World Champion in just three short years before talking about how badly Hunt needs a win after losing four straight to Fedor Emelianenko, Josh Barnett, Alistair Overeem and Melvin Manhoef. Mousasi comes into this one winning eleven straight MMA bouts and they talk about his big win at K-1 Dynamite! on New Year's Eve in a K-1 rules bout. Mezger talks about how Hunt is going to react to being knocked out after suffering the flash KO in his last fight.

Round One

Mousasi hits a big right hand and knocks Hunt down to the mat off of the first punch, adding a trip takedown after the punch!! He moves right into side control, pinning Hunt down in the corner and putting some knees to the body in on the big man. Mezger talks smartly about how if Mousasi goes for mount here, he might actually give Hunt a better chance of escaping. Mousasi tries for a kimura and Hunt rolls away from it, but Mousasi keeps on it and locks it in!! Hunt taps out!! Mousasi moves on to the second round to face Sokoudjou!!

Winner: Gegard Mousasi, submission (kimura), Round One

As we head to a break, Schiavello hypes up the bout between Kawajiri and Calvancante, which is coming up next!!

Match Five: Lightweights
Gesias Calvancante (14-2-1, 1 NC) vs. Tatsuya Kawajiri (23-5-2)

Leading into the bout, Mezger and Schiavello talk about the bad blood between these two and also talk about how Calvancante has the advantage as Kawajiri is going to rely on his ground game, but Calvancante's submission game will cause problems for him. Mezger says he expects it to be the fight of the night. They also talk about how at the press conference, Calvancante offered to shake Kawajiri's hand and how Kawajiri declined, prompting Calvancante to say that he's going to make Kawajiri respect him after the fight is over. Mezger calls this one an interesting fight and Schiavello talks about how twelve of Calvancante's fourteen wins have come via submission or TKO. They both talk about how confident Calvancante has seemed the entire lead-up to the bout and his K-1 Hero's Middleweight Tournament victories. Kawajiri enters next and they immediately talk about his heart. Mezger talks over the entrance, continuing to talk about Calvancante and how he goes after the toughest fighters no matter what. Schiavello begins talking about Kawajiri's last bout in DREAM as well as his K-1 rules fight at K-1 Dynamite! on New Year's Eve where he completely dominated. Calvancante gets a nice ovation from the crowd, but I'll be the first to admit that it would have been bigger if he wasn't facing such a crowd favorite in Kawajiri.

Round One

No glove touch and they're right into it with Kawajiri landing a leg kick and missing a combination. They trade jabs that miss and Calvancante lands a leg kick into an overhand right. Kawajiri with a body kick that misses and he throws another that Calvancante catches, throwing another BIG left hand that lands. Kawajiri shoots for the double-leg, but Calvancante sprawls out of it well. They end up clinched against the ropes and Kawajiri's shooting in again, but leaves his head open and Calvancante locks in an arm-in guillotine choke!! Kawajiri holds out of it, but Calvancante lands some knees to the face and continues to crank on the hold. Crowd chants for Kawajiri and he pulls his head out, moving into Calvancante's half-guard and landing some short punches to the body. Kawajiri tries to set up to pass the guard, but Calvancante does well to hold him in place. The referee stops the action for a moment to reset them in the middle of the ring and when the action restarts, Calvancante starts throwing punches from the bottom while using hip movement to try to get out from under Kawajiri. Kawajiri lands a couple of big right hands from the full closed guard of Calvancante and Calvancante throws up a high guard, landing an up kick before trying to hold Kawajiri down. Kawajiri passes to half-guard and lands a couple of short punches including one to the back of the head, that the referee warns Kawajiri about. Kawajiri passes to side control, but Calvancante sucks him right back into the guard as we're halfway through the round! Kawajiri lands some good punches and hammerfists and Calvancante tries to push him off to get back to his feet. He's successful in doing it, but Kawajiri grabs the clinch and slams Calvancante right back to the mat. They're in the ropes again and it's another reset to the middle. Calvancante works the rubber guard for a moment, but Kawajiri postures up to break it and he starts to throw hammerfists and punches again. Nothing really landing and the referee stands them up, giving both men a yellow card for inactivity. Circling and jabbing from both men and Kawajiri lands a right hook and a one-two combination. High kick from Kawajiri gets blocked and Calvancante throws a leg kick that lands. Calvancante throws a high kick, but Kawajiri counters well with a short right hand. Calvancante shoots in for a single-leg on Kawajiri, but Kawajiri is able to sprawl out of it and they clinch in the corner with two minutes left in the round. Kawajiri lands some knees inside and Calvancante knees back before the referee separates them. Stiff jab from Calvancante and Kawajiri JUST misses a big left hand before landing a solid uppercut. Kawajiri showboats a little by winding up his right hand, but doesn't throw anything. Calvancante lands a glancing high kick, but Kawajiri gets a big combination in response that gets a good response from the crowd. Kawajiri shoots in for a double-leg and scores a takedown right at the end of the round with Calvancante working rubber guard until the bell sounds with Kawajiri landing a couple of good punches right at the end. Nokaut.com scores the round for Kawajiri.

Round Two

Calvancante comes out trying to establish his jab, but Kawajiri stops that with a big right hand into a takedown attempt. Calvancante blocks the takedown attempt and tries to grab a guillotine again, but Kawajiri slams him down and begins to work some ground and pound from the half-guard. Kawajiri passes the guard into the mount, but Calvancante slips out the backdoor by rolling to his stomach. Back on the feet, they clinch in the corner and Kawajiri tries for a trip takedown, but Calvancante holds his balance. The referee restarts them in the middle with three minutes left in the fight and they circle with Calvancante throwing a big overhand right that misses before eating a straight right from Kawajiri. He follows with a combination and shoots in for a double-leg, taking Calvancante down in the corner. He moves past the guard into full mount and the referee seems worried about them being caught up in the ropes, though he doesn't move them. Kawajiri lands some right hands on Calvancante as Kawajiri has one of his arms pinned down. The referee stops the action at the first sign of inactivity and moves them back to the middle of the ring. Calvancante tries a sweep but Kawajiri isn't budging. Calvancante gets him to the half-guard, but Kawajiri just holds Calvancante down on the mat, finishing with a short flurry of punches before the bell. Nokaut.com scores the round and the fight for Kawajiri.

Winner: Tatsuya Kawajiri, Unanimous Decision

Match Six: DREAM Featherweight Grand Prix Second Round
Hideo Tokoro (21-16-1) vs. Abel Cullum (14-2)

The pre-fight video package shows Tokoro losing in the first round of the tournament to Daiki Hata and also Hata having to withdraw from the tournament, which led to Tokoro advancing to this bout. The package also shows a lot of highlights of Cullum's from King of the Cage, where he is the Featherweight Champion. Tokoro has lost three straight coming into this one while Cullum has won two straight and thirteen out of his last fourteen. Cullum enters first with the Kid Rock song "Cowboy", wearing a cowboy hat and bandana, looking like an Old West bandit ready to rob a train. Good stuff from Cullum and he's the leader in terms of entrances so far, though we still have "Mayhem" to come in the main event. Schiavello talks about Cullum's King of the Cage crown, as well as his attempt to become a dual champion in EliteXC. Mezger says that Cullum might be considered an underdog, but he thinks that he's going to win this fight as he's aggressive and has a great ground game which makes him a bad match-up for Tokoro. Tokoro enters next, almost on cue and as he makes his way down the ramp, Schiavello talks about how he's shaved his head rather than dye his gray hairs. He also talks about how Tokoro has struggled to find consistency throughout his entire career and brings up how it's been nearly two years since Tokoro's been able to submit someone.

Round One

Leg kick from Cullum lands and he follows with a right hand before moving into a clinch. Cullum continues to bull forward, but Tokoro lands a leg kick that slows him down a little. Left hook from Tokoro lands and Cullum lands an overhand right before picking up a double-leg and dumping Tokoro to the mat. Tokoro does well to sweep and get back to his feet, landing a knee to the body on the way up. High kick from Tokoro gets blocked by Cullum and he lands an uppercut in response. Knee to the body from Tokoro HURTS Cullum and Tokoro is on top, throwing some punches as Cullum tries to grab onto a single-leg. Tokoro slips back into a triangle choke attempt and he's got it locked in. Cullum tries to pick him up, but he doesn't get the slam and tries to step out of it instead. Tokoro pulls the head down and Cullum tries to fight out it, slipping out the backdoor, but Tokoro grabs a leg to keep him in place. Cullum with knees to the body as he fights through the triangle. Tokoro tries for a shoulderlock and Cullum swings Tokoro around and FIGHTS OUT OF THE TRIANGLE!! Cullum takes Tokoro's back and throws some big bombs, but Tokoro survives and takes Cullum's back!! Tokoro to full mount, but Cullum slips out the backdoor as Tokoro tries for a triangle choke again. Cullum grabs a single-leg and tries to push Tokoro to his back, securing the takedown into Tokoro's guard. Cullum works a flurry of short punches to the body and Tokoro closes off his guard while trying to control the head. Cullum starts working some body/head combinations and Tokoro uses his hips to fight back to his feet. Cullum lands a one-two combination and another!! They're trading big shots and Cullum lands a leg kick before missing a right hand that Tokoro BEAUTIFULLY slips. Body shot/right hook combination lands for Cullum and he dumps Tokoro to the mat with another great double-leg takedown. We're only halfway through the round folks!! More head and body punches from Cullum and Tokoro tries for an omplata, but doesn't have anything there. He uses it to reverse position though and ends up on top in Cullum's guard. Cullum uses the rubber guard and then tries to push Tokoro away, but Tokoro lands a good left hand. Tokoro leaves a leg exposed and Cullum tries for a kneebar, transitioning into a toehold. Tokoro heel stomps on Cullum's face to break the hold and tries to land some right hands, but Cullum ducks to avoid. Cullum rolls again to try for the leg, but Tokoro fights free of it, nearly getting to side control. Tokoro tries to move to mount instead, but Cullum fights to his feet and grabs a double-leg. Tokoro sprawls against the ropes and grabs the rope with his arm before Cullum picks him up and carries him across the ring before slamming him, Matt Hughes-style in his own corner. Cullum working from the half-guard in the final minute of the round and Tokoro rolls over, trying to reverse the position. Cullum has a smother choke in, trying to avoid the reversal and Tokoro gets free, moving from side control to full mount. Cullum kicks him off and ends up on the ground as Tokoro stands above him. Tokoro tries a knee to Cullum on the mat, but misses and ends up trying to throw some kicks as they both lay on the mat. Cullum jumps up onto Tokoro and ends the round throwing punches from the half-guard. GREAT first round here and Nokaut.com scores the round for Tokoro, though just barely and it could easily go to Cullum as well.

Round Two

Glove touch and Tokoro lands a body kick, but Cullum catches it into a takedown. Tokoro scrambles to the top position, but Cullum tries for a kimura to sweep. Tokoro moves to the full mount and lands a knee to the head as he transitions to side control with Cullum grabbing a single-leg. Cullum is bleeding from a cut above his right eye and Tokoro grabs a side bulldog choke. Cullum fights free of it, but Tokoro is still on him. Cullum pushes to his feet to try for another single-leg, but Tokoro uses a side rear naked choke and locks it in. Cullum is forced to tap out!! The crowd goes absolutely nuts for Tokoro!!! Fantastic fight from start to finish!!

Winner: Hideo Tokoro, Submission (rear naked choke), Round Two

Match Seven: DREAM Featherweight Grand Prix Second Round
Yoshiro Maeda (24-6-2) vs. Hiroyuki Takaya (10-6-1)

Maeda enters first and Schiavello talks about Maeda's WEC career including his loss to Miguel Torres before bringing up Maeda's Pancrase and PRIDE days. Takaya enters and they talk about his WEC experience as well as his first round win at DREAM 7.

Round One

Leg kick from Maeda and Takaya throws one of his own that lands. Takaya throws a high kick, but Maeda catches it and puts Takaya to the mat. Solid ground and pound from Maeda as he stands above Takaya and Maeda falls into the guard, passing to half-guard immediately. Maeda tries to posture up, but Takaya does well to hold him down. Short slam from Maeda as well as a couple of shoulder strikes and he tries to fight out of the half-guard but can't get free. Maeda works the body with some short punches and as Takaya scrambles to his feet he JUST avoids a big knee from Maeda. Circling and they exchange but nothing lands. Left hook from Maeda misses, but he lands a good jab. High kick from Maeda gets blocked and he slips, but is able to scramble back to his feet. Good left hand from Maeda lands and he follows it with a soft leg kick. Leg kick from Takaya lands and he follows that with a STIFF right hand that hurts Maeda. Maeda throws a wild left hand that misses and he tries a flying knee that misses and ends up on his butt. Maeda scrambles to his feet and they clinch against the ropes with Maeda working the underhooks to push Takaya into the corner. Maeda gets the takedown after Takaya tangles in the ropes and he begins to work from the top position, standing over Takaya in the guard. Maeda tries to pass to side control, but Takaya hooks a leg and holds him in half-guard. Maeda with some nasty elbows to the thigh of Takaya to try to break the half-guard and he nearly does, but Takaya scrambles and kicks Maeda away. Maeda falls back into the half-guard and tries to pass again as we're halfway through round one. Takaya tries to get up and Maeda PLASTERS him with two hard knees, ramming the back of Takaya's head against the corner pad. Takaya is back on his feet, but it looks like those knees took some starch out of him. Inadvertant headbutt from Takaya and they touch gloves before getting back to throwing down. Left hand from Maeda lands and it looks like their pace has slowed a touch. Takaya tries a combination and misses before landing a short right hand. Short left from Maeda lands and a straight right from Takaya answers and they're back to the clinch. Maeda puts Takaya down to the mat and moves to the full mount with three minutes left in the round!! The referee stops them for the doctor to take a look at Takaya, who looks like he's getting cut up a little bit by Maeda's ground and pound. Takaya gets cleared by the doc and we get the reset in the middle of the ring with Guy Mezger talking about the resets and how sometimes they favor the guy on the bottom because it gives him a moment to think about how to get free. Maeda lands some short punches from the mount on the restart and Takaya pulls it back to half-guard. Takaya kicks Maeda away and Maeda stands up, landing some body punches before taking an up kick to the body. Maeda falls back into the full closed guard and tries to hump his way free of the guard, breaking Takaya's grip momentarily. Maeda moves to the half-guard out of it and the referee restarts them, standing them up and giving Takaya a yellow card for stalling. Restart and Takaya tries a leg kick that misses before landing a decent right hand. Leg kick from Maeda, but he eats a straight right from Takaya. BIG RIGHT HOOK FROM TAKAYA!! MAEDA'S DOWN!! Takaya pounds him out!! UNBELIEVABLE!!!

Winner: Hiroyuki Takaya, TKO (strikes), Round One


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26/5-2009, 14:14

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- Takaya over Maeda

- Bibiano Fernandes (decision) over Imanari, kedelig kamp, Imanari lavede intet ud over butt-scooting.





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26/5-2009, 14:21

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Next: Kid vs Warren!





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26/5-2009, 14:55

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Match Eight: DREAM Featherweight Grand Prix Second Round
Masakazu Iminari (16-6-1) vs. Bibiano Fernandes (4-2)

Fernandes enters first and Schiavello talks about Fernandes' fight with Urijah Faber, as well as his bout against "Kid" Yamamoto where he took him the distance in K-1 Hero's. They talk about his first round victory at DREAM 7 and Mezger brings up Fernandes' Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and how it's a huge part of his game. He also talks about how in a tournament like this, you can't use your BJJ for position and instead have to use it to finish. Mezger and Schiavello have done a tremendous job on commentary and I would be very happy to see them doing DREAM events from now on. Iminari enters next and Schiavello immediately talks about his love of heel hooks as well as the Cage Rage flying armbar that everyone still talks about nearly two years later. Iminari has Shinya Aoki in his corner, which can't be a bad thing.

Round One

Fernandes takes the center of the ring immediately and Iminari calmly throws a body kick that is caught. Fernandes throws him to the mat, but Iminari gets back to his feet. He pushes Fernandes back with a combination that misses and throws a high kick that gets blocked. Fernandes gets a takedown and starts grounding and pounding from the half-guard as Iminari goes for a leg right away. Fernandes senses it and pulls free of it, bringing the fight back to the feet. Mezger talks about Iminari needing to throw a straight left and to counter Fernandes attack with a knee. Body kick from Iminari lands and he throws the straight left but misses, pulling guard and reaching for an arm. Fernandes stands over Iminari and eats an up kick before throwing some leg kicks. The referee stands Iminari up and they circle with Iminari throwing the body kick again and Fernandes catching it again. Fernandes lands a good right as he puts Iminari on his back and the fight is back up on the feet again. Leg kick from Fernandes lands and Iminari throws the body kick, landing it without it being caught for once. Iminari throws another kick and Fernandes catches this one, dumping him to the mat again. Fernandes with a leg kick and he tries to get inside the guard of Iminari, but he can't get past the threat of the up kicks. Fernandes holds the leg and kicks at the hamstring and as Iminari throws an up kick, the referee stands them up. Body kick lands for Iminari and he ducks under a right hand from Fernandes, Leites-ing onto his back before the referee stands him back up. Five minutes left in the round and Fernandes lands an inside leg kick followed by an outside leg kick. Another leg kick from Fernandes lands and Iminari fakes a Superman punch, but there's nothing thrown and we're back to circling. Body kick from Iminari lands and he tries to get the fight to the mat again, but Fernandes shrugs it off and they're back standing. The referee calls for time and he asks both guys to put a little more into it. They agree and touch gloves with Fernandes throwing a big leg kick. Another snapping kick from Fernandes punctuates a combination and Iminari tries to throw a leg kick but misses. Iminari throws a right hand and Fernandes ducks under, dumping Iminari to the mat and kicking at his legs while standing above him. Fernandes lands a couple of leg kicks and the referee stands Iminari up, giving him a yellow card before the restart. The crowd is actually starting to boo a little bit before Iminari throws a flying knee that misses. Fernandes uses it to take Iminari down and they end up on the mat in the corner with Fernandes in side control. Knees to the head from Fernandes land with a minute left in the round. He paws at Iminari with some short punches and the referee resets them to the middle of the ring. Knees to the head from Fernandes and he's doing some damage with them, forcing Iminari to throw some knees to the body from the bottom. Fernandes looks like he's thinking about full mount, but decides against it and rides Iminari to the bell. Nokaut.com scores the round for Fernandes.

Round Two

Iminari throws the body kick again, but Fernandes catches it and sweeps him down. Iminari back to his feet and he just kind of walks around before sitting down in the middle of the ring? Is this a Filho-esque breakdown? Fernandes kicks him hard in the leg and Iminari decides to get back to his feet. Iminari looks like he attempted a jumping armbar, but Fernandes fights out of it with some punches. Back to the feet and Fernandes lands a leg kick before Iminari gets on his bike and takes a little run, dancing around and eating some leg kicks from Fernandes. Iminari's holding his hands at his waist and trying to goad Fernandes into throwing something. Fernandes throws a leg kick that lands to the inside of the lead leg and they circle with nothing happening. Another hard leg kick from Fernandes lands and as soon as he's in close, Iminari tries to flop to his back again to pull guard. Fernandes doesn't get sucked into it, but does end up fighting with Iminari on the mat. Fernandes sleeps for a moment and Iminari has the heel hook locked in!! Fernandes BARELY escapes and gets back to his feet. What a huge mistake from Fernandes!! They clinch in the corner and Iminari drops down again to try to pull the guard, but Fernandes is not playing that game at all this time. Iminari rolls around on the mat, trying to goad Fernandes again and the referee stops the action to give a yellow card to Fernandes?? Huh, didn't see that one coming. They trade right hands with neither man connecting and Iminari actually lands a straight right before the fight ends up on the mat for a moment. Fernandes stands up out of it and they're circling before Iminari Leiteses onto his back again. Overhand right lands from Fernandes followed by a sharp jab from Iminari. Iminari tries again to get the fight to the mat, but he can't do it and the bell sounds to a chorus of boos. Nokaut.com scores the round and the fight for Fernandes.

Winner: Bibiano Fernandes, Unanimous Decision

Match Nine: DREAM Featherweight Grand Prix Second Round
Norifumi "Kid" Yamamoto (17-1) vs. Joe Warren (1-0)

An extended video package highlighting Yamamoto's career, as well as his injury, surgery and recovery leads into highlights of Joe Warren's MMA debut at DREAM 7 where he pulled a big upset against Chase Bebee. The video package keeps showing 512 days, which is how long it's been since Yamamoto has had an MMA bout. Yamamoto makes his entrance first with the Darth Vader theme song (Imperial March) transitioning into a rap song. Kind of cool actually as the crowd is eating it up, clearly happy to have Yamamoto back in action. He looks great and seems to be rather calm despite the incredibly long layoff. Schiavello talks about how Yamamoto's "small enough to milk a cow standing up" before bringing up his 71% knockout ratio. Joe Warren makes his entrance next, in relative silence and they talk about his freestyle wrestling career in the US. Warren makes angry Gonzaga faces at the camera as he heads towards the ring and Yamamoto is cool as hell, grooving to Warren's entrance music as he paces in his corner. Warren isn't fazed and gets right into Yamamoto's face before the official entrances. This one could be fireworks!!

Round One

Yamamoto slowly stalks out and they trade body kicks that both land. Warren backs Yamamoto into the corner and Yamamoto scores with a push kick to the body. Body kick from Yamamoto misses and he slips, but gets right back up to his feet. They grab a clinch and Warren actually gets off first with the knees, landing some short uppercuts from the clinch before Yamamoto grabs a takedown attempt. Yamamoto scores with a knee to the body and they grapple out of the clinch before Warren throws Yamamoto to the mat. Warren works from Yamamoto's full closed guard, trying to posture up and throw some hammerfists, but Kid holds onto him. Knee to the thigh from Warren and he tries to use his forearms across Yamamoto's throat to break his grip and does get free, throwing a couple of right hands and hammerfists. Another knee to the back of the thigh as Warren tries the Maurice Smith trick to cover Kid's mouth with his glove. Kid tries a high guard and Warren short slams him down to the mat, working some punches to the head and body. Yamamoto tries to turn and look for a kimura or a sweep, but Warren pushes him back down to the mat. Yamamoto pushes Warren away, but Warren jumps right back onto him, getting into the guard and landing a good right hand. Warren with the smother again into another pair of short slams and he throws a couple of right hands as we see Kid bleeding from the bridge of his nose. Yellow card issued to Yamamoto and the announcers laugh about that being a big chunk considering Yamamoto's salary. Standing back on the feet on the restart and Yamamoto lands some push kicks to Warren's stomach followed by a big right hand behind the ear that stuns Warren. Warren moves to a clinch in the corner, but Yamamoto gets the double underhooks, moving to a Thai clinch to land a couple of knees to the body. Leg kick from Kid followed by a short right hook that stuns Warren again. Leg kick lands again for Yamamoto and Warren moves to the clinch again in the corner. They trade knees with Kid getting a big knee to the body. They trade leg kicks that miss and Warren rushes in again for another takedown attempt, eating another combination of shots. They separate and Yamamoto hits the short right hook again, square on the chin, and he doesn't go down. Leg kick from Yamamoto lands and another and Warren shoots in for the takedown. Yamamoto fights it off and misses a CRAZY haymaker left hand. Warren with two BIG knees from the Thai clinch followed by a right hand that lands. Warren tries for a trip takedown out of the clinch, but can't get it and instead settles for an uppercut/right hook combo that lands. Straight right lands for Warren and Yamamoto lands a good body kick, following it up with a leg kick. Warren tries for a takedown and misses it, hitting a knee to the body while avoiding the Thai clinch of Yamamoto. Kick to the body by Yamamoto lands and Warren catches it into a takedown, working some hammerfists from Yamamoto's full guard. Yamamoto throws up a high guard, but Warren fights through it and postures up to avoid it. Warren stacks Yamamoto up and grinds his forearm into Yamamoto's face, hitting some knees to the back of the thigh as Yamamoto continues to bleed from under his left eye. Short hammerfists from Warren land and he passes to half-guard, trying to posture up for another pass, but the bell sounds to end the round. Nokaut.com scores the round for Warren, but it was a close one that could go either way.

Round Two

Leg kick lands for Yamamoto and Warren rushes forward with a right hand into a takedown attempt that Yamamoto counters with a right hook. Clinch in the corner and they trade knees inside before they separate. Spinning back fist from Warren misses and they circle with Yamamoto landing a BIG left hand that rocks Warren. Short overhand right lands on the button for Yamamoto and Warren clinches, hitting the uppercut/right hook combo again against the ropes. Yamamoto goes for a knee and Warren catches it, grabbing a single-leg to try to get Yamamoto back to the mat. Yamamoto fights it off and they trade knees before Yamamoto lands a solid one to the body. Leg kick from Yamamoto lands and Yamamoto gets a combination of punches to land before Warren drags him down to the mat for a takedown. Referee reset puts them in the middle of the ring and Warren gets to work from the full closed guard. Short right hands from Warren as he postures up and Yamamoto goes for an armbar attempt!! Warren knees Yamamoto to the body and fights out of it!! Warren stands out of the guard and the referee stands them back up with two minutes left. Uppercut for Warren lands and Yamamoto answers back with a BIG right hook that knocks Warren off-balance. Warren grabs the clinch again and Yamamoto tries to throw a knee as Warren fights for the takedown in the corner. Yamamoto avoids and they're back to circling. Leg kick from Yamamoto. Clinch and Warren gets some weak knees inside and we're in the final minute of the bout. Knees again from Warren and he scores another takedown on Yamamoto, moving to half-guard and grinding an elbow into Yamamoto's throat. Hammerfists from Warren and he hits a big flurry of ground and pound!! Warren passes to side control with twenty seconds left!! Yamamoto snatches an arm and tries for the armbar, but the round ends!! Nokaut.com scores the round for Yamamoto and the fight for Warren, though it's honestly too close to call at this point. Either guy could get the win here and deserve it.

Winner: Joe Warren, Split Decision

WOW!! His second career fight and Warren has pulled one of the biggest upsets in the history of MMA!! Great fight from Warren!! Unbelievable job from him to take down "Kid"!!


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Next: Jacare vs Miller





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26/5-2009, 15:01

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lulz @ intro





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26/5-2009, 15:03

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Mayhem's indgang er med 12 japanske skolepiger, nom-nom-nom!





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26/5-2009, 15:22

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No contest, F@CK!!!




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26/5-2009, 15:30

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nokaut.com skrev:

Match Ten: DREAM Middleweight Championship
Jason "Mayhem" Miller (22-6) vs. Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza (10-2)

The pre-fight video package has Jason Miller saying that DREAM champion makes you the guy that can go anywhere and beat anyone before saying that being a DREAM champ means that you're the best in the world. I wonder what Anderson Silva would have to say about that. They focus on Jacare's ground game and submission skills before showing the up kick KO that cost him the DREAM Middleweight Grand Prix. Mayhem's entrance is first, which if there hadn't been the upset in the last bout, might have been the high point of the evening. I kid, I kid, but they're pretty entertaining. Mayhem comes out in a silver jump suit with a bevy of Japanese school girls and they all start dancing in unison on the stairs leading to the entrance ramp to his entrance music. The girls dance past Miller and he follows them down the ramp on his way to the ring. Jacare is next and does his alligator the entire way to the ring, though it's notable that there is a distinct lack of ladies with him. We get the national anthems of the United States and Brazil, which is a really cool touch and it's time to fight!!

Round One

The bell rings and we're underway!! Miller sticks a jab right into Jacare's face and lands a short right hand before doubling up on the jab. Leg kick from Jacare lands and Miller hits another right hand before Jacare ducks under a punch and shoots for the takedown. Souza nearly gets Miller down, but he pops right back up and ducks under a left from Souza as he swings away after taking Miller's back standing. Miller seems unimpressed, walking towards Jacare with his arms at his waist before grabbing a Thai clinch. They grapple into the corner and Miller has a small cut over his left eye as Jacare lands a knee to the stomach. Left hook/overhand right combo lands for Souza and Miller counters with a solid jab. Push kick from Souza gets caught and Miller kicks at Souza's head as he falls to the mat. The referee stops the action to chastise Miller for the strike and Jacare is BLEEDING from the top of his head after that kick. Right on the hairline and it looks pretty deep, though I don't think it's going to bleed into his eyes at all. I am praying they don't stop this fight for the cut. Miller gets a yellow card for the illegal strike and the replays show Miller's shin just CRACKING into the side of Souza's head. The doctor has cleared him and we're back to action!! Double jabs from Miller into a right hand and Jacare grabs a body lock into a takedown. Miller moves right into the guard and controls Souza's head. Souza tries to pass the guard, but Miller scrambles back to his feet. They clinch against the ropes and the referee separates them and Miller and Souza start talking trash at each other before the doctors get a chance to check out Jacare's cut. The referee calls for time out and there's a bit of a judge's meeting as they try to figure out what to do and if the fight can continue. The referee has the microphone and Souza is arguing against the doctors as it appears that the fight is a No Contest due to the strike. The referee reiterates that Miller's strike was definitely accidental, but that Souza can't continue. Miller is in tears, apologizing to his corner repeatedly for the strike. Disappointing end to a great event to be sure.

Winner: None (No Contest, Cut caused by accidental illegal strike)


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26/5-2009, 19:29

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Hvad sker der for at Jose Canseco får en kamp? Shit han var ringe - der er ikke meget fighter i at vende ryggen til sin modstander og flygte. Nøj, hvor er det ringe!
PÅ den anden side får Bob Sapp stadig kampe.. Er de bare forelsket i amerikanske ex-stjerner på steorider?
26/5-2009, 21:20

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26/5-2009, 21:22

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Jose er et så stort navn i USA,at hvis han kom til UFC,tror jeg at han ville være det største ppv nogen sinde..


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26/5-2009, 22:29

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*snøft* Shit Mayhems entrance var smuk!
Kneb næsten en tåre,det var jo ren Genki materiale


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26/5-2009, 22:58

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Enig, UFC kunne laere MEGET af den slags! /ked/savner Pride/snoeft





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27/5-2009, 12:01

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Dream 9 var sgu en noget tam affære ...
Super Hulk var jo bare et stort freakshow, der ikke havde så meget med MMA at gøre.

Tokoro vs. Cullum var til gengæld super fed og Warren vs. Kid var også god, men resten var ikke noget der fik mig op ad stolen.

Forstår ikke helt reglerne i Drem. I Kid vs. Warren kampen ligger Kid nederst i guard og staller. Dette får han et gult kort for, men de bliver samtidig rejst op, hvilket jo klart er til Kids fordel - det giver ikke rigtig mening at straffe og give fordel på samme tid.



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31/5-2009, 9:16

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Ja Millers entrance var gudesmuk

God nok ærgerligt kampen blev stoppet, men hvad har Miller også gang i med det spark??
Anyhow, lad os håbe de mødes igen engang..

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