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Strikeforce: Feijao vs Henderson Results

Written on March 07, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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Strikeforce: Feijao vs Henderson has been concluded, at the promotion got a new light heavyweight champion. See the complete results below.

Last March 5, Strikeforce light heavyweight champion – Rafael Feijao Cavalcante – puts his belt on the line, as he faces Dan Henderson at Strikeforce: Feijao vs Henderson. The title bout took action at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, with live broadcast on Showtime.

Marloes Coenen also made her first title defense against Liz Carmouche, while Tim Kennedy locked horns with Melvin Manhoef. In addition to this, Jorge Masvidal and Billy Evangelista hooked up in a lightweight match.

Check out the complete results after the jump.

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Thomson Wants to Complete Trilogy with Melendez

Written on October 11, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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"I know no matter what, it's going to be a war. There's no way around it. He's hard to take down. He's got heavy hands. He's everything. You can't stop the guy. He's a great fighter." - Josh Thomson on Gilbert Melendez

Former Strikeforce lightweight champion, Josh Thomson, likely earned a return shot at Gilbert Melendez with his decision win over Gesias Cavalcante last Saturday. However, Thomson admits that his body is less than ready for the encounter. He was clipped by an early punch and arm-in guillotine choke by Cavalcante during the match. Fortunately for The Punk, he survived the trouble and landed a powerful ground-and-pound blows for the frame.

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King Mo: I’m the “Underdog” Against Cavalcante

Written on August 11, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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King Mo went down the pedestal and admitted he is the underdog.

Muhammed Lawal will get inside Strikeforce cage on August 21. He is going to be on promotion for the light-heavyweight champion, strongly suggesting a title defense. But those who think that King Mo and Rafael “Feijao” Cavalcante were at same level, he immediately disagreed.

“If anyone should be a favorite, it should be Feijao,'” he said on a Monday conference call. “He has a name, he’s been fighting longer than me. I remember watching him on Showtime, in Elite XC and in the IFL. He should be the favorite. Due to marketing, people see me as the favorite. He’s the favorite, I’m the underdog even though I’m the champ.”

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