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UFC 200 – Brock Lesnar Wins Unanonimous Decision vs Mark Hunt

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Fight Info

  • UFC 200 – Main Card – Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada SAT. JUL. 9, 2016
  • Brock Lesnar: 5-3-0
  • Mark Hunt: 12-10-1, Ranked #8 Heavyweight

 

Brock Lesnar Wins by Unanimous Decision vs Mark Hunt

 

Fight Scores

  • Brock Lesnar: 137/167 Strikes, 4/8 Takedowns, 0 Submission Attempts
  • Mark Hunt: 46/68 Strikes, 0/0 Takedowns, 0 Submission Attempts

 

FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS
  • Brock Lesnar had 3 successful takedowns in the first round that seemed to finish Mark Hunt
  • Mark Hunt was able to sprawl and stop all takedown attempts by Brock is Round 2
  • Brock Lesnar pounded Mark Hunt in the entire 3rd Round

FAN Voting

  • Brock Lesnar: 77%
  • Mark Hunt: 23%

 

UFC 200 – Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt fought on July 9, 2016, Aldo wins match on unanonimous decision against Mark Hunt
UFC 200 – BROCK LESNAR vs MARK HUNT RECAP

Brock Lesnar needed 1 fight to make a comeback as it came from Super Samoan Mark Hunt who got a brutal ground and pound after being taken down again and again.

Brock Lesnar’s corner

Fake a shot and go for it, breathe, breathe

Mark Hunt’s corner

Defend the takedowns, strike

Brock Lesnar’s speech after winning
One day at a time when asked what is next, from one White Boy to all Nationalities, we have to stand together

Cool takedown by Brock Lesnar

Historic milestones in UFC 200

  • Sold-out UFC 200 – 19,000 in attendance

UFC 200 – Brock Lesnar vs Mark Hunt Videos

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UFC 200 – Jose Aldo Wins Unanimous Decision vs Frankie Edgar

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Fight Info

  • UFC 200 – Interim Featherweight Title – Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar
  • Location: Las Vegas, Nevada SAT. JUL. 9, 2016
  • Jose Aldo: 25-2-0
  • Frankie Edgar: 19-4-1

 

Jose Aldo Wins by Unanimous Decision vs Frankie Edgar

 

Fight Scores

  • Jose Aldo: 81/193 Strikes, 0/0 Takedowns, 0 Submission Attempts
  • Frankie Edgar: 81/267 Strikes, 0/11 Takedowns, 0 Submission Attempts

 

FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS
  • Jose Aldo had a powerful 1st round finish on the last 10 seconds with a flying knee and left hook
  • Aldo had a beautiful right hand in round 3 to open Frankie’s cut more
  • Frankie was almost knockdown in Round 4 but was able to get up quickly

FAN Voting

  • Jose Aldo: 77%
  • Frankie Edgar: 23%

 

UFC 200 – Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar fought on July 9, 2016, Aldo wins match on unanonimous decision against Frankie Edgar
UFC 200 – JOSE ALDO vs FRANKIE EDGAR RECAP

After Jose Aldo got knocked out in 13 seconds against Conor McGregor, this fight is his redemption to get back to glory he held for the last 10 years. Frankie Edgar started aggressive but Jose Aldo was able to get a flying knee and left hook in the last 10 seconds of first round which shook Frankie and got the momentum back in the fight.

Jose Aldo’s corner

Telling Aldo that he is there to punch hard and finish

Frankie Edgar’s corner

Frankie is taking a lot of hits but he needs to counter and out-punch Jose

Jose Aldo’s speech after winning
He loves his Coach, Frankie is a GReat Athlete, but he has one goal to beat 1 guy, and he points McGregor. He lost his father but his coach is the father.

Additional news on Jose’s win

Historic milestones in UFC 200

  • Frankie Edgar is the first fighter to log 6 hours in the Octagon
  • Sold-out UFC 200 – 19,000 in attendance

UFC 200 – Jose Aldo vs Frankie Edgar Videos

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Now that Explains the Fluid Movements of Holly Holm as she crosstrain in Ballet

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Holly Holm Ballet Training

Holly Holms is enjoying her training and would like to add Ballet in her training as it helps balance and strength. The comments however do not focus on Holly Holm training, or ballet but her “behind” physical fitness.

Does Conor McGregor weight gain caused his downfall against Nate Diaz at UFC 196

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Loyal fans and analysts try to find a reason for the loss of Conor McGregor at UFC 196 against Diaz. For these fans and loyal followers they need to believe the UFC superstar is still undestructable and the weight gain and decision to move up the weight division was a big mistake.

It doesn’t matter what they say as the fight clearly showed Conor was faster delivering more accurate blows that turned Diaz face into a big smashed tomato with blood all over him.

John Connor, McGregor’s strength and conditioning coach also doesn’t think the weight had any factor, the “Notorious” loss had little to nothing to do with his weight, and that McGregor weighed pretty much what he always does.

Connor also added “Conor fought at the weight that he walks around at – always,” — (transcribed by Seamus Raferty of PunditArena.com).

Conor McGregor Shows no Mercy against Conan O’Brien in UFC 2 PS4

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You would think that Conor McGregor would take his time moving around and having fun against Conan, it is after all a video game.

Conor being Conor and the competitive person he is, wasted no time in delivering a combination of punches and finishing with a hammer fist pounding on the ground.

He is probably still hurting from his loss against Diaz, Conor needed something to get him back in a winning mode, it doesn’t matter if its in a video game.

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