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    Default UFC 139 Results: Shogun vs. Henderson **Spoiler**

    Main Card
    Dan Henderson def. Shogun Rua via unanimous decision
    Wanderlei Silva def. Cung Le via second-round KO
    Urijah Faber def. Brian Bowles via submission (guillotine)
    Martin Kampmann def. Rick Story via split decision

    Stephan Bonnar def. Kyle Kingsbury via unanimous decision

    Preliminary card
    Ryan Bader def. Jason Brilz via first-round KO
    Michael McDonald def. Alex Soto by first-round TKO
    Chris Weidman def. Tom Lawlor via first-round technical sub (D'arce choke)
    Gleison Tibau def. Rafael dos Anjos via split decision
    Miguel Torres def. Nick Pace via unanimous decision
    Seth Baczynski def. Matt Brown via submission (guillotine choke)
    Danny Castillo def. Shamar Bailey via first-round TKO

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    UFC 139 Bonuses: Henderson-Shogun, Silva-Le Both Named Fight of the Night

    Dan Henderson, Maurico "Shogun" Rua, Cung Le and Wanderlei Silva were all awarded bonuses for the honor of Fight of the Night Saturday at UFC 139 in San Jose.

    Rarely handed out to more than one fight, UFC president Dana White said he had no choice but to call the two co-headlining bouts the Fight of the Night at UFC 139. Each post-fight bonus winner received an extra $70,000.

    Henderson (29-8) won a five-round battle for the ages, edging out Rua (20-6) on scores of 48-47 across the board.

    In middleweight action between two dangerous strikers, Silva (34-11-1) fought back from a difficult first round to spoil Le (7-2)'s UFC debut with brutal knees and punches to bring on the referee stoppage in the second.

    Michael McDonald (14-1) earned Knockout of the Night with an explosive first-round finish over Alex Soto (6-1-1). The 20-year-old bantamweight needed only 56 seconds to score his third UFC win.

    Urijah Faber
    (26-5) took home Submission of the Night for his guillotine choke over Brian Bowles (10-2). With the win, Faber earns a rematch with bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz.

    The UFC's debut at the HP Pavilion drew an attendance of 13,173 for a gate of $1.268 million, according to White.

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    Michael McDonald Knocks Out Alex Soto

    If there was any doubt, it's now been erased: Michael McDonald is one of the best young bantamweights in mixed martial arts.

    The 20-year-old McDonald needed just 56 seconds to knock out Alex Soto on Saturday night at UFC 139, in the most impressive fight yet of his MMA career. McDonald saw an opening in the standup early and floored Soto with a right hook, and although Soto did a nice job of regaining his composure and briefly getting back up, McDonald drilled him again, knocking him cold.

    "That's one of my favorite moves. I'm always looking for it, especially if someone is coming aggressively," McDonald said of that big right hand.

    The victory improved McDonald's professional MMA record to 14-1, including 3-0 in the UFC. There are few fighters so young who have already accomplished so much in the cage, and it's exciting to think about what this young man has ahead of him.

    And it was exciting to see what he did on Saturday.

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    Ryan Bader Gets Back on Track, Knocks Out Jason Brilz

    Ryan Bader is back.

    Bader, the former Ultimate Fighter winner who suffered two high-profile losses this year, had a great knockout win over Jason Brilz at UFC 139 on Saturday night.

    "Losing sucks. I was glad to get this win," Bader said afterward.
    Bader had lost to Jon Jones in February and then was on the wrong end of a huge upset against Tito Ortiz in August. But he made it look easy against Brilz: One hard right hand to Brilz's ear connected, and Brilz went down like a sack of potatoes. Brilz was out instantly and the referee quickly stepped in before Bader could do any further damage to him on the ground.

    For Brilz, the loss is a huge disappointment. Following his 20-second knockout loss to Vladimir Matyushenko, Brilz has now lost by knockout in less than a minute twice in a row, and he hasn't won a fight in more than a year and a half overall.

    For Bader, the win is a major relief. He needed this one, and he delivered in a big way.

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    Stephan Bonnar Easily Beats Kyle Kingsbury

    Stephan Bonnar had no trouble at all with Kyle Kingsbury at UFC 139, easily controlling the fight for 15 minutes to win a fairly dull unanimous decision.

    The judges scored it 30-27, 30-27 and 30-25, with one judge surprisingly giving Bonnar two 10-8 rounds, apparently unimpressed with Kingsbury being unable to get Bonnar off him. Bonnar was apologetic after the fight for a performance that he knew the fans didn't enjoy.

    "I'm not used to fans booing during my fights," Bonnar said. "I thought I had good control on the ground and didn't want to risk it and get knocked out."

    After that, Bonnar offered an odd apology to Josh Koscheck, a fellow UFC fighter with whom Bonnar had feuded over a line of T-shirts that Bonnar wanted to sell with Koscheck's image on them.

    Bonnar largely controlled the first round: He staggered Kingsbury in the opening moments with a hard punch, and he dominated on the ground at the end, getting into full mount in the closing seconds of the first round. It was an easy 10-9 for Bonnar.

    The second round was even easier for Bonnar, as he got Kingsbury down and got on top of him on the ground early, and completely controlled him the rest of the way. Kingsbury simply had no answer for Bonnar on top of him.

    In the third round it was more of the same, and the fans began to boo as Bonnar controlled Kingsbury on the ground but didn't do much with that control. Bonnar easily won, but it wasn't the Fight of the Night that this fight had been hyped as. Instead, it was just an easy win for Bonnar, and an unimpressive loss for Kingsbury.

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    Martin Kampmann Beats Rick Story by Split Decision

    Martin Kampmann won a close and hard-fought 15-minute battle with Rick Story on Saturday night at UFC 139, showing off a surprisingly superior ground game to come back and win after a tough first round.

    One judge scored the fight 29-28 for Story, but the others scored it 30-27 Kampmann and 29-28 Kampmann, and Kampmann walked away with the split decision win.

    For Kampmann, the victory snaps a two-fight losing streak and gets him back on track in the welterweight division. For Story, the loss is a rough one that puts him on a two-fight losing streak of his own, just six months after his victory over Thiago Alves made Story appear to be close to title contention.

    They both came out swinging hard in the first round, connecting with punches to the head, and by midway through the round both men had big cuts over their left eyes. It was an exciting and close first round, but one that Story probably deserved to win, with a few more hard punches landed.

    It was more of the same for the first half of the second round, as the fighters spent a couple minutes trading punches standing, but eventually Kampmann got Story on the ground, got on top of him and pounded away at him for the rest of the round. Kampmann definitely deserved to win the second for his dominance on the ground over the latter portion of the round.

    The third round looked a lot like the second, with exchanges of punches early and then Kampmann controlling on the ground late. The fight ended with Kampmann having Story's back, and he deserved to win the round and the fight.

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    Urijah Faber Submits Brian Bowles

    Urijah Faber made a strong case that he's the No. 2 bantamweight in the world on Saturday night at UFC 139, and that he deserves another shot at No. 1.

    Faber submitted Brian Bowles in the second round, winning a great fight and saying afterward that he wants another shot at UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz.

    "Dominick you can run but you can't hide, homeboy," Faber said

    Faber was the more active fighter in the first round, getting the better of the standing exchanges and then picking Bowles up and slamming him down late in the round, controlling him on the ground and hurting him with ground and pound to earn a clear 10-9.

    In the first 30 seconds of the second round Faber clocked Bowles with a big right uppercut, knocked him down and exploded on him on the ground. Bowles briefly regained his composure, but Faber sunk in a guillotine choke, rolled onto the top into full mount and forced Bowles to tap.

    And now Faber will wait for his third shot at Cruz.

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    Wanderlei Silva Beats Cung Le

    In a sensational fight at UFC 139, Wanderlei Silva weathered an early storm from Cung Le and came back to win by second-round technical knockout.

    Silva is one of the all-time great MMA fighters, but heading into this fight there was talk that it could be his last, as he had lost six of his previous eight. But this was a good showing for Silva, and one that demonstrated he has some fight left in him.

    "It's an amazing moment for me," Silva said afterward.

    The first round started with Le showing off his trademark barrage of spinning back fists and kicks from all angles, and in the early going he appeared to be frustrating Silva with his unorthodox striking. But once Silva began closing the distance and unloading combinations of punches, he began to hurt Le. As the fight went on Le had a cut on his eye, and Silva even connected a couple of kicks. It was a close to even first round.

    In the second, we started to see the Silva of old: Punches, kicks and especially knees to the head in the clinch. With just seconds remaining in the second round, Silva wobbled Le with knees, and when Le went to the ground in a sloppy attempt to take Silva down, Silva hammered away at Le, and the referee stepped in to stop the fight.

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    Dan Henderson Outlasts Shogun Rua at UFC 139

    In a brutal, bloody 25-minute war, Dan Henderson survived to win a unanimous decision victory over Shogun Rua in the main event at UFC 139.

    Henderson and Rua both gave it all they had for all five rounds, and the story of the fight was that Henderson built up a big enough lead on the judges' scorecards early that he was able to hold on and win the fight despite being dominated in the fourth and fifth rounds. All three judges scored it 48-47 for Henderson.

    The victory represents an impressive return to the UFC for Henderson, who left Strikeforce as its light heavyweight champion and is now a winner inside the Octagon again.

    "That guy can take an F-ing punch," Henderson said afterward.

    Henderson got off to a great start, first sinking a standing front choke in, and then letting go of the choke and teeing off with punches. By the time Shogun finally got away, his left eye was badly bloodied. Henderson seemed to be in control of the fight for the first three and a half minutes, but Shogun landed a big overhand right that hurt Henderson, then several hammer fists on the ground before Henderson could get back to his feet safely.

    In the second round the pace slowed as both men tired out, but Shogun was the more tired, while Henderson was more fresh. Henderson connected with some hard punches as Shogun gasped for air, and Henderson was up two rounds to none.

    In the third Henderson landed a huge punch that knocked Rua down, and then Henderson pounced and started pounding Rua on the ground so hard that it appeared that referee Josh Rosenthal would step in and stop the fight. But Rosenthal let it go, and Rua amazingly managed to not just survive but actually put Henderson in some trouble by attempting a heel hook. Henderson eventually pulled his leg free, but Rua got back up and kept fighting and did a nice job of pressing Henderson against the cage and connecting with hard shots late in the round, although Henderson had done enough early in the round that he clearly won the third.

    At the start of the fourth Rua went for a takedown and got the fight to the ground, but it was Henderson who got into a dominant position, first controlling Rua in a crucifix and then mounting Rua. And then they scrambled up to their feet, and we saw one of the craziest rounds in UFC history: Both men were so exhausted and so hurt that they could barely fight, but they kept going with everything they could muster, and Rua got the better of the exchanges, battering Henderson with hard punches and getting on top of him on the ground, winning the round.

    In the fifth it was more of the same, with both men just trying to survive after 20-plus minutes of brutal action. Rua got on top of Henderson on the ground and battered away, but Henderson managed to survive the round despite being mounted multiple times. Both men were bloody messes by the time this classic fight ended.

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    ongelooflijk wat een mooie partij was dat zeg. shogun vs hendo zeker best fight ever, verslaat bonnar vs griffin.

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    Cung le zijn neus na gevecht.
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    IF FEAR HAS A STRANGLEHOLD ON YOUR LIFE, TURN AROUND, FACE IT...AND BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF IT!

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    Die knieen dacht ik weer even aan Pride

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    http://www.ufc.com/news/ufc-139-post-fight-pc

    Wat is het verhaal van 26 live events in 2012??? rond 30:12
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    IF FEAR HAS A STRANGLEHOLD ON YOUR LIFE, TURN AROUND, FACE IT...AND BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF IT!

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    Wanderlei: "And now with that nose he make more money in Hollywood. He look like real fighter. Say thanks for me for making his nose look better. For his job is so good. " HHHHH

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    IF FEAR HAS A STRANGLEHOLD ON YOUR LIFE, TURN AROUND, FACE IT...AND BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF IT!

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    IF FEAR HAS A STRANGLEHOLD ON YOUR LIFE, TURN AROUND, FACE IT...AND BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF IT!

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    Shogun had dit met een goede gameplan gewonnen, hij ging te veel mee met Henderson.
    Hij staat ook bekend om zijn trappen, maar hoeveel trappen heeft hij nou gegeven? En waarom ging hij
    niet voor de armbar in de laatste twee rondes, Hendersons arm was helemaal uitgestrekt. Mja
    het is allemaal ook makkelijk praten. Voor mij is dit de beste partij ooit, hopelijk komt er een rematch.

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    Wat een monster partij. Niet normaal.
    Ik zou hem net zo goed aan Shogun geven op Pride regels.
    Wat een cardio beest is Shogun!


    Hendo vs Jones..
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