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Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Phil Davis [UFC Fight Night 24]


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Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Phil Davis [LHW]

Dan Hardy vs. Anthony Johnson [WW]

Amir Sadollah vs. DaMarques Johnson [WW]

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Tito is coming on a 5 loss streak and Minotouro is coming in from a lackluster loss to Bader. Charging for this would be PPV poison. If Tito loses again, he will probably be cut.

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Ive been asking myself why is he still even in UFC, ever since the 3rd Shamrock fight..

Because it's better for Dana to keep him around than to let him go to another promotion. If he loses for the 6th time in a row then he will probably be cut but I don't see Strikeforce picking him up (but then again... they are MMA retarded).

Dana probably wants to avoid another Dan Henderson situation.

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Tito is out due to getting some stitches. Phil Davis is in. Quite a jump in competition for him. He was going to fight Jason Brilz who was last defeated by none other than Ant?nio Rog?rio Nogueira. Good for Davis. Now, how this will fare for Ortiz... don't know. He was already relegated to a Fight Night Card and now he drops out just a few weeks from the show? :unsure: Maybe they'll have him fight Rampage instead of Matt.

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It's almost time. If Phil Davis keeps winning, I can see him challenging Rampage for the next shot at the LHW title. If the Garcia fight is anything like the first one, it will be beyond awesome. If you haven't seen the first Garcia vs Jung fight, DO IT NOW. It was on the WEC 48: Aldo vs Faber. Full card follows:

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Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Phil Davis [LHW]

Dan Hardy vs. Anthony Johnson [WW]

Amir Sadollah vs. DaMarques Johnson [WW]

Leonard Garcia vs. Chan Sung Jung [FW]

PRELIMINARY CARD

Alex Caceres vs. Mackens Semerzier [FW]

Jon Madsen vs. Mike Russow [HW]

John Hathaway vs. Kris McCray [WW]

Michael McDonald vs. Edwin Figueroa [bW]

Sean McCorkle vs. Christian Morecraft [HW]

Johny Hendricks vs. TJ Waldburger [WW]

Mario Miranda vs. Aaron Simpson [MW]

Waylon Lowe vs. Nik Lentz [LW]

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Scratch that. The Phil Davis hype train has been slightly derailed. Lil' Nog is no pushover but he didn't look that impressive in that win and it showed that he still has a couple more miles to go before he is a contender (couldn't take Nog down, throw a decent punch, etc.).

Sadollah crushed a 2-weeks notice opponent. No surprise there, his Muay Thai is very good. Best fight of the night goes to the Korean Zombie. What a submission. Eddie Bravo must have wet his pants seeing one of his uber-complicated moves getting applied.

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