Jon Jones said ahead of UFC 135, he became the first man, Rampage Jackson in the UFC wanted to be ready. Jones reached that goal, forcing Jackson to knock in the fourth round of a great light heavyweight title fight, and once again shows that he is one of the best and most exciting fighters in MMA.
Boetsch lands to engage an outer leg. Ring bounces on the outside, he kept at a distance. Ring catches a leg kick and Boetsch secures a takedown. From north-south position, landing knees to ring Boetsch shoulders. Boetsch is working his way back to his feet. Ring of circles Boetsch power of the hand. Boetsch lands a left hook eye. Ring working his jab trying to keep the fight on the outside. Boetsch tried to clinch, but ring brushed them off. Ring in his approach, but the landing shots peppering lightly in the process. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Nick Ring.
Circles ring on his right hand, while Boetsch stalks him in search of an opening. Front kick to the body by the ring. Boetsch countries a solid right hand ring jerked his head back. Ring pumps his jab. Boetsch closes the distance and finished with a combination of countries in the jaw. Boetcher lands a right hand ring hurt, but he was able to recover quickly and clinch. Ring but Boetsch lands a knee raises him and throws him to the canvas. Ring stands, but Boetsch is a guillotine choke. Ring flees with two minutes in the round. Working with the grounded ring strikes Boetsch. Boetsch gets up and lands an uppercut in the clinch. Boetsch began to land more frequently. Boetsch lands a slam in the final seconds and beat on a Kimura.
A light heavyweight bout between New Zealand-based Te Huna James (12-5 MMA, 1-1 UFC) and Ricardo Romero (11-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) is scheduled for the UFC 135th
Officials from the UFC’s Australia office was fighting overnight.
UFC 135 on 24 September Denver Pepsi Center. A title fight between light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson headlines the pay-per-view main card.
Te Huna vs. Romero is likely to be a part of the temporary card.
Round 1 – Mizugaki changes levels and abrasions Escovedo with a left hook. Mizugaki loads and short exchanges in the clinch before releasing into the middle of the cage. Escovedo drives a shock. Mizugaki eats a knee, as he expresses Escovedo in the cage, but the fans are growing restless over the slow pace. Mizugaki Travel Escovedo in half guard before “The Apache Kid” escapes and gets up again. Escovedo jumps and tries to climb Mizugaki, for the constant triangle, but the Japanese veteran shakes it off. Mizugaki countries a solid 1-2 combination Escovedo and drives with a Thai clinch. Escovedo lands a huge arch in the clinch and Mizugaki looks shaky. Thirty seconds left. Escovedo is as patient fees Mizugaki front landing a flush before the horn will sound combination.
UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage start with a bang. Heavyweight brawlers “Big” Ben Rothwell and Mark Hunt in the main card opener collide.
State-and bang, no flash, which guarantees a firework … recycled every cliché about two massive lumbering ogres around and clubbing each other with heads Porterhouse Steak fists size applies to this fan-friendly slobber-knocker.
Nevertheless, it is difficult, this looks like a write unkempt slug-fest, if won one of the participants, the K-1 World Grand Prix in 2001 was the Australian World Kickboxing Federation (WKBF) super-heavyweight champion and took the brunt Mirko “CroCop” Filipovic legendary “kick cemetery” as a bite of a cheeseburger.
One of an Ultimate Fighter winner is looking to establish themselves in the UFC with a win over a solid veteran. The other is that a solid veteran who returned to the cage after 16 months and a rash of injuries. The fight is a classic tactic UFC – Newcomer vs. gatekeeper. But this is a little closer than the usual fare. Tony Ferguson (11-2, 1-0 UFC) will square off with Aaron Riley (30-12-1, 3-4 UFC).
Neither fighter is currently at slightly over the USA Today / BE Consensus rankings, and let’s face it, they are probably a while away from even sniffing the elite list. This lightweight UFC Fight 135 is the second fight of the televised portion of the shipment, and will be shown on Spike TV. The Spike show starts at 08.00 clock ET / 17.00 Clock PT.
In the semi-main event of UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage, Matt Hughes (45-8, 18-6 UFC) faces Josh Koscheck (15-5, 13-5 UFC). This welterweight fight its a fight between two of the most accomplished fighters in the sport. After the USA TODAY / MMA Nation Consensus MMA Rankings, Koscheck is currently the No. 7 Welterweight in the world, with Hughes in 13th place
This struggle was to fight a late replacement for the originally planned Matt Hughes vs. Diego Sanchez. When Diego went down to injury, took his cast mate Ultimate Fighter Koscheck to take his place. On paper this looks to be a struggle of wrestlers. Hughes used his wrestling base to the welterweight champion for years as dominate, while Koscheck came into the UFC with very strong wrestling credentials. Over the years, the two men developed a complete game, with Koscheck focused on improving his hands, Hughes and his inputs. It will be interesting to see where every man wants to commit to this one.
The main card on pay-per-view airs, has a light-heavyweight title fight between current champion Jon “Bones” Jones and former champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
However, it is not clear whether Gomi vs. Diaz will be part of the shipment.
Gomi is fighting against a Diaz for the second time in 2007, the former PRIDE champion older brother Nick Diaz at PRIDE took 33rd Gomi via submission Gogoplata suffered a loss, but after changing his opponent tested positive for marijuana, the result was a no-contest.
Gomi career has since been a mixed bag. He is in his last nine fights 5-4, including 1-2 in the UFC. After a submission loss to Kenny Florian his promotional debut, scored a knockout over Japan’s remarkable win Tyson Griffin. But in January, knocked him sound Guida with a guillotine choke.
Diaz seeks to avoid its third straight victory and his fourth loss in six fights. “The Ultimate Fighter 5″ winner took a pair of wins at welterweight (over Rory Markham and Marcus Davis), but suffered losses to recent decision Dong Hyun Kim and Rory MacDonald. Before the last spin, Diaz had won five straight fight-night bonuses (three “Fight of the Night” and two “Submission of the Night” awards).