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 Post subject: [SPOILERS] UFC 139: Shogun vs. Henderson [COMP.RESULTS]
PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 5:54 am 
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Ladies and gentlemen, it's time to present the results and winners of the UFC 139: SHOGUN VS. HENDERSON competition!


UFC 139: Shogun vs. Henderson
Saturday, November 19th, 2011
HP Pavilion
San Jose, California



The fight winners are in RED:

Spoiler:
Main Card (Pay Per View)

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* Light Heavyweight bout: Brazil Maurício Rua vs. United States
Dan Henderson

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* Middleweight bout: Brazil
Wanderlei Silva vs. United States Cung Le

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* Bantamweight bout: United States
Urijah Faber vs. United States Brian Bowles

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* Welterweight bout: Denmark
Martin Kampmann vs. United States Rick Story

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* Light Heavyweight bout: United States
Stephan Bonnar vs. United States Kyle Kingsbury



Preliminary Card (Televised)

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* Light Heavyweight bout: United States
Ryan Bader vs. United States Jason Brilz

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* Bantamweight bout: United States
Michael McDonald vs. Mexico Alex Soto



Preliminary Card (Facebook)

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* Middleweight bout: United States Tom Lawlor vs. United States
Chris Weidman

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* Lightweight bout: Brazil
Gleison Tibau vs. Brazil Rafael dos Anjos

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* Bantamweight bout: United States
Miguel Torres vs. United States Nick Pace

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* Welterweight bout: United States Matt Brown vs. United States
Seth Baczynski

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* Lightweight bout: United States Shamar Bailey vs. United States
Danny Castillo



Competition Prizes:

* 12 correct picks = 50 GB + 2 Invites
* 11 correct picks = 20 GB + 1 Invite
* 10 correct picks = 10 GB



League Points:

Every correct pick made by each user is equal to 1 point. The points are automatically added to the competition league table here:


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Results:

Unfortunately nobody scored a perfect 12/12.

But CONGRATULATIONS to the 5 people who picked 11/12. You will each receive the UFC 139: SHOGUN VS. HENDERSON belt, 20 GB's and 1 invite each!

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GOOD WORK EVERYONE!!!

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 10:16 am 
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Congratulations to all participants.
As always you will find post fight news related to this event under the SPOILERS tab right here.


Spoiler:
Michael McDonald, Urijah Faber, Dan Henderson, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, Wanderlei Silva and Cung Le each earned $70,000 fight-night bonuses for their performances at Saturday's UFC 139 event.

McDonald earned the night's "Knockout of the Night" award, Faber picked up the "Submission of the Night" bonus, and two bouts earned "Fight of the Night" honors: Henderson vs. "Shogun" and Silva vs. Le.

MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com) learned of the bonus winners and award amounts at UFC 139's post-fight press conference.

UFC 139 took place at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. The night's main card aired on pay-per-view, and prelims streamed on Facebook and aired on Spike TV.

McDonald made quick work of Alex Soto. The 20-year-old bantamweight countered a low kick with a big right hand that dropped Soto. A few follow-up punches sealed the deal in just 56 seconds.

Faber used a right uppercut to drop Brian Bowles, and then he used a top-side guillotine choke to tap him out in the second round. The victory earned the former WEC champ an upcoming second shot at Dominick Cruz's bantamweight title.

Henderson vs. Rua and Silva vs. Le co-headlined the event and created one of the greatest UFC shows of 2011. Henderson topped Rua via unanimous decision in an instant classic, and Silva survived early trouble to score a knockout victory over former Strikeforce champ Le in the second round.

Spoiler:
Dan Henderson and Mauricio Rua put on a show Saturday night at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., beating the daylights out of one another for 25 minutes in their UFC 139 headliner.

Though both men showed great heart throughout the five-round affair, it was Henderson who walked away with a narrow unanimous decision. Just minutes after besting his fellow Pride Fighting Championships alum, an exhausted but pleased Henderson offered up his thoughts on his UFC future. Asked if he believed he was next in line for a shot at the promotion’s 205-pound title, the former Strikeforce belt-holder responded in his typically understated fashion.

“Absolutely,” Henderson said in a backstage video interview with ClinchGear.com.

If Henderson has indeed earned himself a title shot with his win over Rua, it is well-deserved. The 41-year-old wasted no time in lighting up “Shogun,” staggering him with a right hand early in the first frame and immediately looking for an opportunity to finish.

Though Rua survived the initial scare, round two brought more of the same, as “Hendo” cracked his man with a stiff uppercut and generally dictated the round’s pace with his power punching.

Henderson’s sledgehammer overhand right returned in round three, smashing into the side of Rua’s skull and buckling his knees. This time, Henderson committed to the kill, raining down a storm of leather and elbows while hoping for a referee intervention. Somehow, the Brazilian again survived, transitioning to a heel hook attempt before regaining his vertical base.

“I tried to finish him a couple of times. I think that tired me out a little bit. He tried to ‘Rocky Balboa’ me and wear me out with his head,” Henderson said. “I thought it was one or two shots away from being finished. He tucked his head in pretty nice. I tried to push him away and get some elbows [in]. I couldn’t get any distance.”

Round four was another competitive frame until Rua landed a sharp uppercut of his own that wobbled Henderson. Rua pounced, scoring a takedown and mounting his foe before briefly taking Henderson’s back as the round expired.

The final frame was all Rua, as “Shogun” took Henderson down early and once again mounted him. Though “Hendo” recovered half-guard several times, the Brazilian recaptured the mount with as much regularity, cashing in on some payback via ground-and-pound.

Though few would argue that the fight was a competitive one, Henderson claimed that he was not worried by his predicament in round five due to his performance in the first 20 minutes of the bout.

“When he got the takedown in the fifth round, I knew I had the fight won. I just didn’t want to give him a 10-8 round,” said Henderson. “I would have been very surprised if [the decision] had gone the other way. I thought I won the first four rounds, three of them easily, with a possible 10-8 round. So I knew I had the fight won.”

Though Henderson found himself trapped under his foe, the wily veteran survived the position to hear the final horn sound. While not ecstatic about finishing the fight on his back, Henderson admitted that he would have made more of an effort to escape had he believed the outcome was in jeopardy.

“That’s not the way I like to finish fights, but he wasn’t doing too much damage and I was still able to move on bottom. Had the fight been real close, I would have tried to win that fifth round,” said Henderson. “I think [it had to do with] a little bit of fatigue and me knowing I had the fight won, so I didn’t need to scramble.”

Spoiler:
Urijah Faber (26-5 MMA, 2-1 UFC) and Dominick Cruz (19-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) will settle their score in the very near future.

UFC president Dana White on Saturday night confirmed that Faber's UFC 139 win over Brian Bowles was indeed enough to earn "The California Kid" a quick rematch with UFC bantamweight champion Cruz.

Cruz, of course, defeated Faber in the main event of July's UFC 132 event. However, Faber remains the only man to have ever beaten Cruz after downing the then-featherweight in a March 2007 contest under the WEC banner.

"He's in," White said of Faber. "I think Urijah looked good tonight."

Faber earned the nod with an impressive second-round finish in the main card of Saturday's pay-per-view event, which took place at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. Faber was as quick and aggressive as any fight in recent memory, and he landed a huge uppercut that ultimately resulted in a submission finish via choke.

Faber isn't sure if it was the best performance of his career, but he certainly feels he's progressing as a fighter, even at 32 years old.

"It was a good fight for me," Faber said. "I've been at this for a while now – eight years. My eight-year anniversary was not too long ago. When I first started fighting, I was fighting southpaw and hadn't really trained in all the disciplines like I should have. I couldn't have. I was in college and wrestling and stuff. I feel like I can box with boxers and kick with kickboxers and submit black belts and everything under the sun. I'm getting more and more comfortable.

"I never had an opportunity to fight at 135 pounds when I first started in this sport because there was no weightclass for me. I feel like I really found a home, and I'm excited to get in there and fight for the belt. The belt is one thing. The other thing is people have the idea that Dominick is the best guy out there. He's not tougher than I am. I know that, and I don't feel like he proved that he was. I can't wait to get in there and fight again for the belt and show everyone who the man is."

White said the UFC is eventually planning on a return to Faber's hometown of Sacramento, Calif., but declined to name a specific date for the matchup. He did say the promotion was kicking around a few ideas, but some if it depends on the condition of the champ's surgically repaired hand.

"We've got some ideas we were getting together tonight and talking about," White said. "We've got to talk to Urijah and Cruz first. Cruz just had hand surgery, so he's out for a little bit, but we have an idea. We have a plan."

Could that plan possibly be as opposing coaches on "The Ultimate Fighter," which makes its FX debut in 2012? White won't say, but Faber said he's just fine with that idea.

"Let's do it," Faber said.

Spoiler:
Dana White is the first to admit that his scoring of fights means little when it comes to official results.

But just in case you're wondering, the UFC president saw Saturday night's UFC 139 headliner between Dan Henderson (29-8 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua (20-6 MMA, 4-4 UFC) as a draw.

Henderson was instead awarded a unanimous-decision win, leaving some to wonder if a rematch is in the cards. Doubtful, says White. A "Hendo" title shot seems a more likely scenario.

"This is one of those kind of fights you can say in the first round they both knocked each other down," White told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "You give Henderson the first three rounds. You give 'Shogun' four, and you give 'Shogun' a 10-8 for a dominant (fifth) round, and it's a draw. It's one of those tough ones. That's how I scored it. I scored it a draw. But who the hell am I?"

MMAjunkie.com also scored the fight a draw, giving Henderson the opening three rounds before awarding Rua a 10-9 in the fourth and a 10-8 in the fifth, resulting in a 47-47 draw.

Regardless of the final score, White believes the contest deserves a hallowed spot in the annals of the sport – an epic clash worthy of the Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier billing this past week's UFC on FOX event boasted.

"Every time you come off a fight like that, you're going crazy, but that's without a doubt one of the best fights ever in MMA – without a doubt," White said. "I have so much respect for both of those guys to dig down that deep in a five-round fight.

"That was like our Ali-Frazier III. It was unbelievable. It was incredible."

But other than a "Fight of the Night" bonus and the appreciation of legions of MMA fans, what does the win actually mean for Henderson?

According to White, quite possibly a title shot – and Henderson can pick the division.

"He could do 185 or 205 (pounds)," White said. "The guy's so talented that he could do both. He can fight in both weightclasses. I'm sure it would be a matter of timing. I'm sure with him, it would be whichever one he could get first."

Henderson, of course, was defeated in March 2008 by current middleweight champ Anderson Silva (31-4 MMA, 14-0 UFC) at UFC 82. And while Henderson has long contended he's like another crack at "The Spider," he's recently begun to suggest the cut to 185 pounds is no longer appealing.

Meanwhile, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones (14-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC) meets Lyoto Machida (17-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) at December's UFC 140 event in Canada. Rashad Evans (16-1-1 MMA, 11-1-1 UFC) would ostensibly be next in line for the 205-pound belt, but Henderson's incredible victory could at least earn him a meeting with "Suga," if not a leapfrog past him.

White admitted there is much to sort through following the result.

"There's guys already lined up to fight for those titles," White said. "Listen, you guys know anything can happen. We lost 10 main events this year. Anything can happen.

"We'll talk about it. If [Henderson] doesn't want to fight at 185, I'm not going to tell him, 'You have to fight at 185.' But I know him. If that fight's available, he'll probably take it."


Spoiler:
Dan Henderson: $320,000 (includes $70,000 Fight of the Night bonus)
Mauricio Rua: $235,000 (includes $70,000 Fight of the Night bonus)

Wanderlei Silva: $270,000 (includes $70,000 FIght of the Night bonus)
Cung Le: $420,000 (includes $70,000 Fight of the Night bonus)

Urijah Faber: $134,000 (includes $70,000 Submission of the Night bonus and $32,000 win bonus)
Brian Bowles: $19,000

Martin Kampmann: $58,000 (includes $29,000 win bonus)
Rick Story: $19,000

Stephan Bonnar: $68,000 (includes $34,000 win bonus)
Kyle Kingsbury: $10,000

Ryan Bader: $48,000 (includes $24,000 win bonus)
Jason Brilz: $13,000

Michael McDonald: $84,000 (includes $70,000 Knockout of the Night bonus and $7,000 win bonus)
Alex Soto: $6,000

Chris Weidman: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
Tom Lawlor: $12,000

Gleison Tibau: $34,000 (includes $17,000 win bonus)
Rafael dos Anjos: $16,000

Miguel Torres: $60,000 (includes $30,000 win bonus)
Nick Pace: $4,000

Seth Baczynski: $16,000 (includes $8,000 win bonus)
Matt Brown: $12,000

Danny Castillo: $34,000 (includes $17,000 win bonus)
Shamar Bailey: $8,000

Spoiler:
The full list of medical suspensions include:
Dan Henderson: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact for a possible right thumb fracture, suspended days with 60 days no contact for a "hard bout," needs MRI/CT scan for clearance.
Mauricio Rua: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact for a possible facial and skull fracture, suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for a "hard bout," and suspended 60 days with 60 days no contact for eyebrow laceration
Michael McDonald: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact for possible fracture on right ring finger
Gleison Tibau: suspended 180 days with 180 days no contact (or until cleared by X-ray) for possible fracture on right thumb
Wanderlei Silva: suspended 60 days with 60 days no contact (or until cleared by physician) for eyebrow laceration
Martin Kampmann: suspended 60 days with 60 days no contact (or until cleared by physician) for forehead and right eyebrow laceration
Rick Story: suspended 60 days with 60 days no contact (or until cleared by physician) for chin laceration
Cung Le: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO loss and suspended 60 days with 60 days no contact (or until cleared by physician) for possible nasal fracture
Brian Bowles: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for submission loss
Jason Brilz: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO loss
Alex Soto: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO loss
Tom Lawlor: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for submission loss
Shamar Bailey: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO loss


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Unfortunately nobody scored a perfect 12/12.

But CONGRATULATIONS to the 5 people who picked 11/12. You will each receive the UFC 139: SHOGUN VS. HENDERSON belt, 20 GB's and 1 invite each!

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Also congratulations to the 14 people who picked 10/12. You will each receive 10 GB's!



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Yeeeaaaahhhh!! Awesome! :-bd But where is my new Belt? :DDD

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:02 pm 
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But ITS TIME to give the belts and GB's to the winners!
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You have all recieved 20 GB's, 1 invite and the UFC 139 BELT!

Special congrats to Kenoh who got his 4:th UFC belt in 2011 with this win :ymparty:


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 Post subject: Re: [SPOILERS] UFC 139: Shogun vs. Henderson [COMP.RESULTS]
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if there was any belt that i would be most proud of, it would be this one... truely was one of the best over all events in ages!! Ill wear it with much pride...

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