It is interesting to see what happens to Brock now. While watching the fight, I thought his heart wasn't in it, or maybe that was just because he lost. I hope he comes back strong. The UFC is certainly more entertaining with him.
bigh0rt wrote:After that Machida/Rampage fight, I will a) never gamble on another mma match ever, and b) likely never order another UFC card again. Congratulations, UFC, you're boxing.
I'm done ordering UFC cards too. I think I haven't ordered one in a year. There are just too many events now and most of the cards only have one or two fights that I am really interested in. That doesn't mean that I'm not watching the fights though.
I'm not a huge Machida fan, but I don't dislike him either. He isn't the most exciting fighter, but he's no Jon Fitch either. I think he got robbed, but I'm not crazy about a rematch against Rampage, it wasn't that good of a fight.
bigken117 wrote:at least the Penn fight was exciting, and Phil Davis is going to fight Johnny Bones for the 205 belt sometime in 2012.
As far as the main event goes, I think the problem was the whole '10 point must system'. Unfortunately, they had to give the first 2 rounds to someone, so Rampage got them (in 2 judges' eyes, anyway). Technically, Rampage won according to the scoring system, but anyone watching the fight could have told you Lyoto out fought him.
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