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Tim Kennedy flattens out Rafael Natal in the headline bout of UFC Fight for the Troops 3
Fort Campbell – US Army veteran Tim Kennedy did not disappoint in front of his fellow service man inside the packed Fort Campbell Hangar in Kentucky when he bagged his first KO of the Night honors after knocking out Rafael Natal in the first round of their headlining bout.
Rafael Natal opened the round strong by constantly landing leg kicks to his stalking opponent. Kennedy’s leg has started to show marks from the leg kicks by the middle part of the round. Despite that, the 10 year army veteran continued with his game plan of pressuring his elusive opponent back into the cage. His patience finally paid off in the dying seconds of the first round when he landed a lunging left hook that sent Natal to the canvass. Kennedy followed up with a few strikes to finish him off before Herb Dean steps in to put a halt to the action at 4:40 of the first round. The loss to Kennedy snapped the three fight winning streak of the Brazilian, his record now stands at 17-5, 5-3-1 inside the octagon.Read the rest of the article »
"UFC on FX: Belfort vs. Bisping" is set to take place at at São Paulo, Brazil
According to a report from Brazilian website SporTV, newcomer Pedro ‘The Rock’ Nobre will replace George Roop at the upcoming “UFC on FX: Belfort vs. Bisping” event. Nobre will be reportedly fighting fellow Brazilian Yuri ‘Marajó’ Alcantara.Read the rest of the article »
UFC organizers have added a featherweight showdown between George Roop and Antonio ‘Pato’ Carvalho on the undercard of the upcoming UFC 149 event.
UFC organizers have added a featherweight showdown between George Roop and Antonio ‘Pato’ Carvalho on the undercard of the upcoming UFC 149 event.Read the rest of the article »
Newly signed Japanese featherweight fighter, Hatsu Hioki, is scheduled to make his UFC debut on October 29 at UFC 137, where he will stand against George Roop.
A new Japanese fighter will make his UFC debut at the upcoming UFC 137. Hatsu Hioki, a newly signed Japanese featherweight, will face George Roop on his first bout under UFC at the Las Vegas event on October 29.
Hatsu Hioki, with a career stats of 24-4-2, is considered to be one of the world’s top featherweight fighters. The 27-year-old fighter has spent his mixed martial arts career fighting for a Japanese promotion, but he has fought several times in Canada. He currently have a four winning streak on his hand, he also have markable wins over Mark Hominick, Marlon Sandro, Ronnie Mann and Rumina Sato.Read the rest of the article »
Two top contenders in the Ultimate Fighting Championship's (UFC) new featherweight division will go toe-to-toe in a bout that could potentially have a title shot hanging in the balance.
Two 145-pound fighters will go toe-to-toe in the upcoming Fight of the Troops on January 22 in Fort Hood, Texas. The warriors that will clash inside the Octagon are Mark Hominick and George Roop. Mark Hominick intends to go on a hot streak after his submission loss to Rani Yahya back in 2007. George Roop, on the other hand, has been on a roller coaster ride during his entire career.
Will Hominick keeps on exterminating every fighter that block his way to the title? Or will Roop get his chance to make a major statement this time?Read the rest of the article »
Not much of a fight, George Roop gave with a fair kick that ended Jung's career. It was a short fight with flaws. Not much action but full of glory.
George Roop had a vicious left kick to Chan Sung Jung’s head in the second round of WEC 51. Knocking him unconscious and ending the fight with him on the spotlight.
The Korean Zombie became known after his fight with Leonard Garcia on WEC 48. But the fight was then sloppy and full of unnatiral defenses. Now Roop showed Jung how to fight roughly.
“He’s a brawler,” Roop said afterward. “I thought my precision striking was going to win the fight.”
Roop was good, standing up with Jung in the first round, and the one-kick knockout stopped the fight. A snap in a blink. The former TUF contender got his first WEC victory.
Garcia also fought and lost last Thursday night. A Jung-Garcia rematch is set for 2011.It would be an easy promotion to fans for sure. But it wouldn’t be promoted as MMA.
Roop demonstrated Jung’s flaw very dramatically. We believed that Garcia and Jung are way to far from being stars.View Article Source »
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