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Fighting Insider at UFC 120 Weigh-In London October 2010

Written on October 19, 2010 by Clive Wilson

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Here are the Official Results of the UFC 120 London Event. Check out the gallery for our exclusive photos at the event.

The official weigh-in results for Saturday’s UFC 120 event are up. UFC 120 was headlined by middleweights Michael Bisping and Yoshihiro Akiyama. Plus there was also a fight between welterweights Dan Hardy and Carlos Condit. This event was aired at Spike TV via same day delay. The event was take place at O2 Arena in London, England 8pm ET / PT.

Main Event
Yoshihiro Akiyama (185) VS Michael Bisping (185)

Spike TV
Carlos Condit (170) VS Dan Hardy (171)
Mike Pyle (170) VS John Hathaway (171)
Travis Browne (251) VS Cheick Kongo (228)
Claude Patrick (171) VS James Wilks (170)

Prelims
Alexander Gustafsson (204) VS Cyrille Diabate (204)
Vinicius Queiroz (239) VS Rob Broughton (257)
Mark Holst (155) VS Paul Sass (155)
Curt Warburton (154) VS Spencer Fisher (155)
Fabio Maldonado (204) VS James McSweeney (205)


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Pyle Out-wrestled Hathaway

Written on October 18, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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John "The Hitman" Hathaway's record got its first cross mark after acquiring his pioneer defeat from Xtreme Couture's Mike Pyle. And in addition to a marred record, he also got a battered face.

Mike Pyle ended John “The Hitman” Hathaway’s undefeated streak via unanimous decision at the UFC 120 last Saturday. Both fighters came out in the first round with caution. But it was not long before Pyle shot a hard double-leg to the London Shootfighters product. However, Hathaway was able to recover and took the center cage. Still, Pyle managed to find a home for his right hand, throwing his opponent to the floor to end the frame.

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Mike Pyle, Ready to Unleash Hell on John Hathaway

Written on October 13, 2010 by Markham Mencken

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Quicksand is now ready to hit his fist on Hathaway as they are set to meet at the upcoming UFC 120. Can Mike Pyle give Hathaway's clean record an inkblot? Or will The Hitman's record remains unmarred?

Mixed martial arts veteran, Mike “Quicksand” Pyle, have his fingers crossed that his training at Xtreme Couture will pay off when he squares off with John Hathaway at UFC 120. Quicksand is 2-2 under the UFC banner, and will give the undefeated Hathaway a one hell of a fight.

“I just want to go in there and mix it up with him. I want to take the fight where ever I feel it needs to go. I’m going to give him hell and we’ll see how it goes. I feel like we have some of the best guys in the business right here at Xtreme Couture. You can’t ask for a better training atmosphere or training partners. It’s great for me to be able to go in there and compete with the top level guys. That’s why I’m looking forward to this matchup with Hathaway. We’re a great matchup. It’s going to be a great fight.”

Can Pyle get it done? Or will the Brit fighter, Hathaway, retains an unblemished record at the 170 pound?

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Mike Pyle Speaks about his British Opponent John Hathaway

Written on October 11, 2010 by John Paul Vill

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Mike Pyle is the old man on the cage as he fights new comer, John Hathaway, at UFC 120 in London. This Saturday, the two will prove themselves. We will see if the new comer wins over the experienced one.

Welterweight Mike Pyle has something to say to British fighter John Hathaway. Both fighters will meet at UFC 120 in London this Saturday. Mike Pyle was said to be the antagonist in the cage but the latter has something to say to this.

“I love that none of the fans are going to like me. That’s great. But I’m telling you, by the time I’m done with him, I’m going to capture some British fans, guaranteed. …And at least they speak English over there.”

Hathaway isn’t the best fighter, but if ever Pyle didn’t put the game in mind he might run out of the octagon carrying a loser’s banner.

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