With more than 30 knockout victories between the two, Lawler and Condit are primed to put on another welterweight title fight for the history books. Main Card (PPV). Welterweight bout. UFC Welterweight Championship Robbie Lawler (c) vs. Carlos Condit Lawler besiegte Condit via Split Decision ( Heck of a scrap to kick off the year in the lb division! Justine Kish vs Nina Ansaroff Sat. Jan. 2 | 8pmET | FS1.
UFC 195: Lawler vs. Condit Ergebnisse aus Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (02.01.2016)Heck of a scrap to kick off the year in the lb division! Justine Kish vs Nina Ansaroff Sat. Jan. 2 | 8pmET | FS1. Robbie Lawler und Carlos Condit lieferten sich im Hauptkampf von UFC Veranstaltung im Überblick: UFC Lawler vs. Condit Samstag, 2. Robbie Lawler vs Carlos Condit. In der altehrwürdigen MGM Grand Garden Arena fand also UFC statt und wurde ohne Frage getragen.
Lawler Vs Condit Related Articles VideoJon jones e Holly Holm comentam UFC 195 UFC - Lawler vs. Condit pits Robbie Ruthless Lawler vs Carlos The Natural Born Killer Condit fight in MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on Jan 2, Condit badly hurts Lawler with a punch and Lawler goes down. Lawler gets up but Condit keeps the pressure on with a pair of hard punches and a big knee. Lawler has a sturdy chin but has been. Chris Nelson scores the round Lawler ( Condit) The Result Robbie Lawler def. Carlos Condit via Split Decision (, , ) R5 Carlos Condit battled Robbie Lawler for the welterweight title at UFC but came up just short, losing by split decision. Condit threw significant strikes and landed , compared to Lawler. The ruthless reign of Robbie Lawler over the UFC's welterweight division continued at UFC The year-old claimed victory over challenger Carlos Condit in Saturday's main event via split.
Tumenov is particularly effective when he backs Larkin up against the cage. Tumenov lands a big hook late and blocks a takedown.
Larkin lands a pair of spinning kicks to that leg. Tumenov is forced to switch up his stance. Larkin attacks that leg with the spinning heel kick again.
Larkin is opening up more with his boxing since Tumenov is hindered by the leg damage. Tumenov hits Larkin with a quality 2 punch combination and another combination moments later.
Larkin goes for a takedown at the end of the round but Tumenov blocks it. That was an interesting fight.
Tumenov got the better of the boxing but Larkin the best of the kicking. It comes down to what a judge prioritizes.
He has won two straight via TKO so he has some momentum. Brandao opens with a few kicks. He then presses in with some punches and looks for a takedown.
He slams Ortega down and drops down a few punches. He then lets Ortega up. Ortega lands a knee and Brandao a hard right hand.
Brandao gets another takedown and throws some vicious elbows. He then backs off and lets Ortega back up. Brandao is fighting with purpose. Ortega is forced to be careful with Brandao attacking in so many different ways.
The pace slows to a great degree in the second half of the round. Brandao is throwing one strike at a time with power while Ortega is mostly just focusing on defense.
Brandao appears vulnerable to an Ortega surge but Ortega is not pressing the action and Brandao is still doing better despite offering so much less than he did in the first half of the first round.
Ortega moves in with punches and gets countered with a left hand. Not a good second round. Both fighters come out swinging.
Ortega goes for a takedown but ends up on bottom. Brandao stands up. Brandao lands a couple punches and lets Ortega back up.
He swiftly transitions into a triangle choke and gets the tap. He looked like he was on another level at the beginning of the fight.
Then he slowed down to a huge degree and lost in the third. Trujillo is an exciting fighter to watch.
Sims is a knockout artist in his own right, with 10 knockouts in 12 wins. Trujillo lands a stiff hook early and Sims answers with one of his own.
Sims is having more success in the boxing early, not throwing a lot but landing more than Trujillo. Trujillo looks for a takedown halfway through the round.
Sims prevents it. Sims then ducks down and gets a takedown of his own. Trujillo grabs the neck and gets the submission with the guillotine choke.
That was a real turn of events for Trujillo. Sims was getting the better of the standup, a rarity for Trujillo in the first round.
Trujillo has clearly added a few wrinkles to his game. Dober is a ground oriented fighter who has managed to stick around in the UFC despite a 1 no contest record.
Condit's high-volume approach began paying off in the fourth round, though. Condit was able to control the pace of the round with his long-range kicks while still winning exchanges in closer quarters.
Of course, a strong fourth round for the challenger meant a fifth round of urgency from the champion. Lawler came out in the fifth with reckless abandon and was bent on scoring a knockout, leading to the type of slugfest fans expected.
As he has proved in recent bouts, few fighters are better at straight-up slugging it out than Lawler. Ruthless came as close as possible to getting the finish without putting his opponent away, but Condit was able to survive the last-minute onslaught.
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Morono leans toward the ground and slips out the back, shaking Noke to the ground. Noke steps over to full mount, but Morono drops back to attack his legs, forcing Noke back to half guard.
Morono reclaims full guard with one minute remaining but takes an elbow to the face. Noke passes back to side control in the last 10 seconds of the round.
Noke quickly reclaims some ground with a jab, a body kick. Morono glances up at the clock, takes a kick on his right forearm and gets taken down by Noke with 50 seconds on the clock.
Noke pulls the arm loose just before the final horn to finish the fight on top. Kyle Noke via Split Decision , , R3 Masanori Kanehara vs.
Kanehara shoots for a double-leg on the fence and gets caught in a guillotine as he completes the takedown. McDonald slaps on a body triangle from underneath and continues to squeeze the choke, but Kanehara gives the thumbs-up to referee Mario Yamasaki.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Kanehara Brian Knapp scores the round Kanehara Chris Nelson scores the round Kanehara Round 2 Kanehara sticks a hard jab to open round two, then takes a right hand on the temple.
The former Sengoku champ changes levels and once again floors McDonald with ease, his second takedown of the fight after his first gave him top control for nearly the entire opening round.
Nonetheless, Kanehara is slowly advancing to side control on the other side, looking to finish the choke. McDonald slaps on a rear-naked choke, and this is very deep.
The returning Michael McDonald produces an incredible, come-from-behind victory out of nowhere. The Result Michael McDonald def.
Tony Sims vs. Abel Trujillo Round 1 After a tentative opening minute, Sims connects with a hard right hand, circles away and catches the incoming Trujillo with another.
Trujillo attempts to step into the pocket again and gets dinged with the right. Trujillo finally manages to get inside and shoots a double-leg against the fence.
As they hit the deck, Trujillo snatches up a high guillotine choke and flips Sims over the top. The Result Abel Trujillo def.
Diego Brandao vs. The Brazilian backs up Ortega with a hard right hand, then shoves him against the fence. Ortega tries a flying armbar, defended by Brandao, who socks Ortega with a couple punches on their way back up.
Another sizzling right hook from Brandao tags the American as Ortega comes in to clinch. Brandao reverses and trips Ortega to the ground, where Ortega throws up a body triangle from his back.
Brandao decks his man with a couple hard elbows to the face before standing up and allowing Ortega to do the same.
Ortega wheels up with a kick to the body, and Brandao responds with a pair of punches over the top. A left hook to the body and an overhand right upstairs connect for Brandao, who continues to walk forward on Ortega, albeit with less volume.
Ortega misses with a pair of jabs, gets clipped with a left hook. Brandao sticks a jab, misses the overhand right behind it.
Brandao goes body-head again midway through the round; Ortega responds with a jab and a body shot of his own. Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Brandao Brian Knapp scores the round Brandao Chris Nelson scores the round Brandao Round 3 Brandao comes out firing and snuffs out a takedown attempt, forcing Ortega to his back in the center of the cage.
Brandao allows his man to stand, but Ortega comes right back to clinch and pulls guard again. The featherweights scramble up again, now one minute into the final frame.
Ortega moves to full mount and switches to a guillotine, but when Brandao begins to free his head, Ortega switches to a triangle choke. The Result Brian Ortega def.
Lorenz Larkin vs. Albert Tumenov Round 1 Larkin opens up with a leg kick which Tumenov tries to grab hold of but cannot.
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