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After the main event match at UFC 131, Shane Carwin discusses his injuries and opinion about his fight against Junior dos Santos.
During the 3rd round of the Junior dos Santos and Shane Carwin match, the former interim champion Carwin had a little percentage of vision on his eyes, yet he still have the hearts to continue fighting hoping that he still have a chance to defeat dos Santos.
Carwin suffered a broken nose and bloods drifting down on his eyes making his vision to be blur but still thinking that if he can land a perfectly place shot on dos Santos face, he could might still win the night out of the punishment he obtain.Read the rest of the article »
The Bellator Season 3 Semifinals heavyweight tournament already have Neil Grove. Now, next on the list are Damian Grabowski and Cole Konrad. Only one more left, and we're set to putting our money on. So, who's your bet?
Damian Grabowski and Cole Konrad will advance to the semifinals of Bellator Season 3 heavyweight tournament, as both won last Thursday night. They will join Neil Grove and the winner from the Mike Hayes versus Alexey Oleinik match scheduled next week.
Grabowski is an undefeated Polish fighter making an US debut. Though he looks like having the size and strength deficit against Scott Barett, he proved that he have too well-rounded a game for his opponent to handle. He easily won a unanimous decision with a score of 30-27 on all of the judges’ card. Konrad is a former NCAA heavyweight wrestler, who also won a 30-27 score from the judges after defeating Rogent Lloret. Due to lack of action, both Grabowski and Konrad still has a long way to run before becoming the darling of the crowd.View Article Source »
Heavyweight fighter Fabricio Werdum taking a break until January 2011.
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker confirmed that resiednt heavyweight fighter Fabricio Werdum is not due until January 2011. No fight and no opponent for the man.
“The date is really to be determined because Fabricio is not going to fight until the beginning of next year, so he’s going to be sidelined for the next five months,” Coker said.
Fabricio Werdum with a 14-4-1 MMA and 3-0 SF said that he is taking a break with the rest of 2010 after the much needed surgery on his elbow.
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