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    Advertentie door Mixfight.nl

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    Thanks kemal. Fijne samenvatting van het event !
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    Top Kemal, bedankt!

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    Cain is een beest gewoon, maar ik mis wel dat explosieve iets. Junior heeft het, Alistair heeft het, fedor had het. Cain doet mij denken aan Couture, maar dan met iets meer explosieve power. Als hij van JDS zou winnen dan is dat met harder werken om uiteindelijk een TKO te krijgen. Ik zie hem neit zo snel iemand KO slaan of trappen.

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    Iemand the MMA hour gezien? en dan bedoel ik het Mayhem interview, tering het klonk alsof die ieder moment er een einde aan wil maken

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.H. View Post
    Iemand the MMA hour gezien? en dan bedoel ik het Mayhem interview, tering het klonk alsof die ieder moment er een einde aan wil maken
    http://www.mmafighting.com/ufc/2012/...m-done-for-now

    Vanaf 2:21 komt Mayhem

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    UFC 146 Salaries: Dos Santos, Mir, Velasquez Lead Payroll With $200,000

    Main card:
    Junior dos Santos ($200,000 + no win bonus) def. Frank Mir ($200,000)
    Cain Velasquez ($100,000 + $100,000 = $200,000) def. Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva ($70,000)
    Roy Nelson ($20,000 + $20,000 = $40,000) def. Dave Herman ($21,000)
    Stipe Miocic ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Shane del Rosario ($20,000)
    Stefan Struve ($29,000 + $29,000 = $58,000) def. Lavar Johnson ($26,000)

    FX preliminary card:
    Darren Elkins ($14,000 + $14,000 = $28,000) def. Diego Brandao ($15,000)
    Jamie Varner ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Edson Barboza ($18,000)
    C.B. Dollaway ($20,000 + $20,000 = $40,000) def. Jason "Mayhem" Miller ($45,000)
    Dan Hardy ($25,000 + $25,000 = $50,000) def. Duane "Bang" Ludwig ($18,000)

    Facebook preliminary card:
    Paul Sass ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Jacob Volkmann ($20,000)
    Glover Teixeira ($15,000 + $15,000 = $30,000) def. Kyle Kingsbury ($12,000)
    Mike Brown ($26,000 + $26,000 = $52,000) def. Daniel Pineda ($10,000)

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    Struve goede onderhandelingen gedaan zo te zien
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    Big foot verdiend veel te veel

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    UFC 146 Medical Suspensions: Cain Velasquez, 'Bigfoot' Silva Potentially Out for Six Months

    Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and five others received potential six-month medical suspensions in the aftermath of UFC 146, the Nevada State Athletic commission confirmed on Tuesday.
    The suspension to Velasquez, who may have injured his left hand midway through his co-main event win over Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, is pending X-rays and physician clearance. If his hand is broken, Velasquez could be sidelined as long as November 20.

    Likewise, Silva will require X-rays on his nose, and depending on the results, could face a suspension stretching into late November.

    Undercard fighters Jamie Varner, Jason "Mayhem" Miller, C.B. Dollaway and Jacob Volkmann also received potential six-month suspensions pending doctor's clearance. Miller requires clearance on both his right thumb and left knee, lending credence to suspicions that he fought Dollaway with an injured knee.

    Eleven additional fighters received various minimal suspensions, chief among them being Frank Mir. Following his TKO loss to UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos, Mir will be sidelined until July 23, with no contact allowed until July 11.
    The official UFC 146 medical suspension report can be read below:

    Cain Velasquez: Requires X-ray of left hand. Suspended until November 20 if broken, unless medically cleared sooner. Minimum suspension until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Antonio Silva: Requires X-ray of nose. Suspended until November 20 if broken, unless medically cleared sooner. Minimum suspension until July 23, with no contact until July 11.

    Jason Miller: Requires medical clearance of right thumb and left knee, or suspended until November 20. Minimum suspension until July 11, with no contact until June 26.

    C.B. Dollaway: Requires X-ray of left thumb. Suspended until November 20 if broken, unless medically cleared sooner. Minimum suspension until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Jamie Varner: Requires X-ray of right hand. Suspended until November 20 if broken, unless medically cleared sooner. Minimum suspension until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Jacob Volkmann: Requires medical clearance of left elbow, right thumb and left knee, or suspended until November 20.

    Frank Mir: Suspended until July 23, with no contact until July 11.

    Dave Herman: Suspended until July 23, with no contact until July 11.

    Shane del Rosario: Suspended until July 23, with no contact until July 11.

    Duane Ludwig: Suspended until July 23, with no contact until July 11.

    Lavar Johnson: Requires medical evaluation of left elbow. Minimum suspension until July 11, with no contact until June 26.

    Edson Barboza: Suspended until July 11, with no contact until June 26.

    Stipe Miocic: Suspended until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Darren Elkins: Suspended until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Diego Brandao: Suspended until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

    Mike Brown: Suspended until June 26, with no contact until June 17,.

    Daniel Pineda: Suspended until June 26, with no contact until June 17.

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    Struve helemaal niets?

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    Default Frank Mir Approved for Testosterone Replacement Therapy Prior to UFC 146

    http://www.mmaweekly.com/frank-mir-a...ior-to-ufc-146

    Ongelooflijk. Beetje hypocriet allemaal...

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    Waaom?
    TRT is een vrij normaal ding in de USA,zal hier ook nog wel eens normaal gaan worden over een jaartje of 20 of zo...niet alleen voor sportmensen maar ook voor gewone kerels...je eigen testosteronlevels nemen namelijk af vanaf ongeveer je 26e...
    "Religie is de vrijwillige celstraf van het verstand!"

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    UFC 146 Draws Official Gate of Over $3.4 Million, 11,428 Paid Attendance

    The UFC heavyweight championship is still big business. The UFC 146 headlining title match pitting champ Junior dos Santos against challenger Frank Mir drew a gate of $3,428,775 to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the Nevada state athletic commission reported on Wednesday.

    That total came on the strength of 11,428 tickets sold, for an average price of just over $300 per seat.

    The event fell short of a sellout, however.

    Total attendance was 14,674, with 3,246 tickets given away. Another 276 went unsold.

    Still, the $3.2 million-plus gate was a tick higher than even last December's UFC 141, which was headlined by Brock Lesnar and Alistair Overeem. That event drew $3.1 million. In fact, UFC 146 was the highest-grossing UFC heavyweight championship match since Lesnar defended the belt at UFC 100, an event that featured two title bouts and drew over $5.1 million at the box office.

    dos Santos successfully defended his belt for the first time in the UFC 146 main event, matching his pre-fight prediction by stopping Mir in a second-TKO.

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