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Due to serious injuries from the last WEC 51 event, a list of suspended fighters was issued. They are all suspended to be checked by doctors and to recover. This might sound to be an unfortunate event but it is for the good of the fighters.
Colorado Office of Boxing suspended eight fighters from last week’s WEC 51 event. Unfortunately, half of them might be out on the game for whole six months.
Among those who might be in serious half-year suspensions are main-card fighters Jamie Varner and Mark Hominick and preliminary-card fighters Mike Brown and Antonio Banuelos. WEC 51 will take place Sept. 30 at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colo., and the night’s main card to be aired on Versus.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 »
The distance between World Extreme Cagefighting featherweight champion, Jose Aldo, and the rest of the 145-pound division may be wider than first thought. But with Junior retaining his crown, it seems otherwise.
Jose “Junior” Aldo stopped top contender Manny Gamburyan from taking away the belt at the WEC 51 last Thursday. At 92 seconds into round two, Gamburyan surrendered to Aldo’s second round punches and experienced his first defeat in his four WEC appearances. Surviving an early glance with Gamburyan, Aldo attacked his foe with a stream of leg kicks in the first round. He gave his opponent a straight right hand in the second round and approached for the finish. As Gamburyan dropped for a single-leg take-down, Junior handed him an uppercut and wheeled behind him followed by a furious stream of punches that left Manny Gamburyan unconscious.
Referee Herb Dean ended the fight at 1:32 and Aldo retained his crown. The 24-year-old Nova Uniao standout appears to have no equal in the featherweight division as he triumphed his 11th match.View Article Source »
The WEC 51 had their weigh-ins today. Fighters were weighed without issues. The WEC 51 fight will take place on Thursday. Mark your calendars.
Today, the “WEC 51: Aldo vs. Gamburyan” official fighter weigh-ins took place. The feast took place at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colo. Fighters were all weighed without issues, though Miguel Torres, former bantamweight champ weighd half pound heavy.
WEC 51 will take place on Thursday at the 1STBANK Center. Headlined by featherweight champion Jose Aldo vs. Manny Gamburyan and also features a long-awaited rematch between Jamie Varner and Donald Cerrone. The main card airs live on Versus.Read the rest of the article »
Compiling a ten winning streak, Mike Thomas Brown was intercepted for a title shot via knockout loss courtesy of Jose Aldo. Now that he is re-making his trail to the mountain top, can he reach to the peak this time?
Already on the top of the mountain of mixed martial arts, Mike Thomas Brown was pushed down to the ladder with a knock out loss against Jose Aldo. Now, the 35-year-old fighter hopes to start another climb for a WEC title at WEC 51 on Thursday.
Brown has not competed since his defeat to Manny Gamburyan at WEC 48 last April. But nearly six years ago, he has not lost consecutive fights after his submission loss to Genki Sudo and Joe Lauzon. Brown scored 13 of his 23 victories by submission, and four via knockout. Also anchoring his resume are wins over Urijah Faber, Leonard Garcia, Jeff Curran and Yves Edwards. Still, Brown was not surprised that someone like Aldo came along to outperform him. Due to this, Brown has to face Cole Province in order to get a shot for the title.View Article Source »
WEC 51 is now full speed ahead as they grace their way to 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. With all the WEC fighters already in the bill, this can be extreme!
After World Extreme Cagefighting confirmed the remainder of one of its maximal card for 2010, the promotion is now ready to make its debut at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado by the end of the month. The WEC 51 Main Card will air live in the United States via Versus.
The full WEC 51 Official Card is listed after this skip.Read the rest of the article »
The supposed to be Zhang vs Karalexis for WEC 51 is now a brawl between Tie Quan Zhang and Jason Reinhardt. Will "The Mongolian Wolf" howl for victory in Broomfield, Colorado?
Last Tuesday, World Extreme Cagefighting has confirmed that Jason Reinhardt will face Tie Quan Zhang on September 30 for WEC 51. Tie Quan “The Mongolian Wolf” Zhang, from Mainland China, was originally enlisted to face Alex Karalexis. However, Karalexis was forced to withdraw from the bout last week. The Mongolian Wolf, who currently resides in Beijing, is sporting a perfect 16-0 record in the match. To duel against him is Jason Reinhardt, a touch mid-western fighter that carries a peerless record of 20-1. His only defeat was against Joe Lauzon on UFC 78.
WEC 51 is set to step in on September 30, at 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. The event will crowd-pull the first title defense of Featherweight kingpin Jose Aldo against Manny Gamburyan.View Article Source »
WEC welcomes the undefeated bantamweight from New York, Nick Pace.
As Clint Godfrey exits from September 30’s WEC 51, Pace makes an entrance to face Demetrious Johnson at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. The action event was announced by WEC officials via Twitter yesterday, but not the cause for Godfrey’s replacement. The Bellator pro Pace from the east coast recently submitted Steve Deangelis with […]Read the rest of the article »
World Extreme Cagefighting is down to finalizing its fights' list for WEC 51, which will be held at 1STBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. Now the promotion has added another match-up to the preliminary fight.
Once-beaten featherweight fighters Diego Nunes and Tyler Toner goes into a toe-to-toe encounter. Who will remain once-beaten and who will incur his second lost in this fight? That we have to tune in to comes the September event.
Four-year pro Toney primarily fought in the Colorado-based Ring of Fire before coming in for his promotional debut at WEC 48. In that event, he finished Brandon Visher with consecutive elbow strikes that resulted to a first-round TKO. That was his fifth consecutive win, eighth in his career record of 10 victories. His single defeat struck at a Ring of Fire event in 2007 coming from Scott Jorgensen.View Article Source »
WEC 51--Sixteen cagefighters. Eight matchups. One fight. All has been set for the extreme action happening on September 30 at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado.
The title match between featherweight defending champion Jose Aldo and “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 5 finalist Manny Gamburyan headlines WEC 51, which will be broadcast live on Versus network. Gamburyan previously knocked out another fellow-enlisted fighter, Mike Thomas Brown. Meanwhile, Maine native Brown has not experienced defeat in consecutive fights for almost six years now. His victories include toppling former featherweight king Urijah Faber twice.
Brown will go against four-time national wrestling championship Cole Province. This will be Province’s first time to get back inside the cage after serving a nine-month suspension after being tested positive for the anabolic steroid Methasterone.Read the rest of the article »
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