Monday, July 13, 2009

UFC 100: A Night of History, A Night of Disgrace.

The Mandalay Bay was filled with boos from the audience when Brock Lesnar pulled out his two middle fingers resulting to the disgrace of the MMA fans.

UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar remains the champion after punishing Frank Mir at the 2nd round.Mir made a big mistake by sending a flying knee to Lesnar's face sending hi to the mat enabling Lesnar on top of him just like in the first round. Herb Dean gave Mir plenty of chances to intelligently defend himself but Lesnar's ferocious fists landed on Mir's head uncountable times forcing Dean to stop the fight.

Lesnar's victory was not the story of the night, it was his attitude. He gave a couple of dirty fingers to the audience that upset Mir forcing him to stand up and confront Lesnar. Undeniably, Lesnar brought his WWE attitude inside the octagon that also upset Dana White. The enormous boos from the audience and probably the ones watching at home didn't stop Lesnar's mouth, during the interview with Joe Rogan, Lesnar made a sharp statement against Bud Light, saying that he would drink Coors Light because Bud Light is not paying him. Another is when he said that he would be on top of his wife that night.

Personally, I didn't like Lesnar's behavior, that was not the attitude of a true champion. If he will do that again, he better go back to WWE.

Brock Lesnar retained the Heavyweight belt and created a bad boy image making MMA fans searching for a possible contender. Shane Carwin, Cain Velasquez are on the list including Affliction Heavyweight Champion Fedor Emelianenko that is said to be entering the octagon later this year.

The co-main event was an astonishing sight, Thiago "Pitbul" Alves came out to be the bigger guy but the UFC Welterweight Champion George "Rush" St-Pierre was able to take him down everytime he wants throughout the entire match resulting to unanimous decision and retaining his belt. Alves ended up with a bloodied face but was still able to raise GSP's hand and show sportsmanship.

UFC fans want to see GSP facing UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson "The Spider" Silva in the future but as GSP said; he looks too small for a welterweight, that statement will explain it all but in UFC, anything can happen.

After a season of trash talking, Michael "The Count" Bisping's mouth was shut up by Dan Henderson's right fist sending him cold to the canvass just like what happened to his fellow Brit Ricky "The Hitman" Hatton in his fight with Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao without the follow up punch on Bisping's already unconscious face. "That one was to shut him up a bit," Henderson said.

While watching the show, I didn't understand why Bisping was circling Henderson's obvious right fist. Maybe he panicked a bit and didn't see the right fist coming right at his face.

Henderson is eager to face Silva for the second time. Henderson can do that as long as he will keep his KO power in his fist but one problem with his style is; you could see the right fist over a mile away.

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