Junior Dos Santos vs. Mirko Cro Cop Full Fight Video

UFC 103 took place on September 19, 2009. The card featured a heavyweight showdown between Junior Dos Santos and Mirko Cro Cop.

Round 1: Both fighters meet in the center and Dos Santos immediately throws a straight right that misses. Junior launches forward again and throws another right/left hook combo. He backs Cro Cop against the cage briefly. Cro Cop throws a hook of his own that misses and the two separate.

Cro Cop throws a leg kick that backs Junior up for a second, then Junior moves forward again, throwing constant jabs. Cro Cop tries a high head kick but misses the mark. Junior continues to come forward as Cro Cop circles on the outside. Junior catches Cro Cop against the cage and lands 4 or 5 hooks to the head.

Cro Cop shakes it off and they separate. Junior continues moving forward, constantly winging punches at Cro Cop. Junior is more the aggressor while Cro Cop is content circling on the outside. Cro Cop throws very few kicks in this round as Junior continues to swarm him. The round ends with both fighters in the center.

Round 2: Both fighters meet in the center, and Junior continues to be the aggressor. Cro Cop finally moves forward, but Junior is ready for him and moves Cro Cop back. Cro Cop attempts a high kick that misses, then backs off. Junior bolts forward and unleashes several hooks. A couple of them hit the mark and stun Cro Cop.

Cro Cop shakes it off and moves on. Junior continues to dominate the action, threatening with a constant barrage of punches. Cro Cop doesn’t seem to have an answer for Dos Santos boxing skills, as he circles on the outside trying to counter with strikes of his own. He doesn’t land much, he seems to be trying only to survive Junior’s attack.

Junior works Cro Cop against the cage, but Cro Cop is able to circle away.

Cro Cop lands an accidental low blow and Junior takes a minute to recover. The action continues and they meet back in the center. Junior continues where he left off, constantly moving forward and attacking with punches. With 20 seconds left in the round Junior lands a good left/right hook combo that wobbles Cro Cop slightly.

Cro Cop’s forehead is busted up now and the round ends with the two in the center of the ring.

Round 3: They meet in the center, and Cro Cop rushes forward with more urgency. He tries to land some punches, but Junior fires right back, which pushes Cro Cop back. Junior keeps pushing forward, overwhelming Cro Cop with his boxing skills. Junior lands a solid hook that stuns Cro Cop, then lands a knee to the body.

Cro Cop looks shaky as Junior moves forward. Dos Santos lands another knee to the body, and follows that up with two more hooks to the head. Cro Cop backs up and Junior swarms in landing another knee to the body and another hard hook to the head. Cro Cop looks extremely weary at this point.

Junior lands a solid uppercut to the body followed by another solid knee to Cro Cop’s body. Junior grabs Cro Cop’s head in the muay thai grip and lands a solid knee to Cro Cop’s face. The knee wobbles Cro Cop even more, and Junior follows up with several hooks to body and head. Cro Cop backs up while dropping his hands. He looks very tired and worn out.

Junior does not let up, constantly throwing knees and punches to the body. After taking an overwhelming amount of punishment, Cro Cop verbally taps. Junior backs off and the ref steps in to confirm the verbal tap. After confirming, the ref waves the fight off and Junior Dos Santos defeats Mirko Cro Cop by TKO in round 2.

The Ultimate Fighter 18 Results

The Ultimate Fighter Finale took place on Nov 30, 2013. The main event was a rematch between Gray Maynard and Nate Diaz. This would be the third fight between the two. Diaz winning the first by submission, and Maynard winning the second by unanimous decision.

Round 1: Both fighters come out to the center. Diaz starts the action by landing two straight jabs. Maynard tries to stalk and throws a couple of hard hooks that miss. Maynard gets a hold of Diaz legs and scores a takedown.

Diaz is able to get back up and the two trade jabs in the center. Diaz lands a straight left that stuns Maynard, and Diaz charges him against the cage, landing punches and knees. Diaz hits him with two straight right hooks. Maynard looks to be on queer street as Diaz continues to attack.

Maynard circles away but Diaz stays right with him, throwing punch after punch. Maynard seems to have no answer to stop Diaz attack. Diaz lands a wicked left, right hook combo to the top of Maynard’s head. Maynard looks ready to go at any second.

Maynard circles away and Diaz follows. They face off and Diaz lands two more solid shots that knocks Maynard back into the cage. Diaz follows that up with a strong left hook and right hook. After several more unanswered hooks against the cage, the ref comes in and stops the fight. Nate Diaz defeats Gray Maynard by TKO in round 1.


The Ultimate Fighter Finale Post Fight Conference

Nate Diaz Post Fight Interview

In the season finale, the first women’s bantamweight finale featured Julianna Pena vs Jessica Rakoczy.

Round 1: Pena came out and and immediately got a takedown on Rakoczy. After trying to land some ground and pound, Rakoczy was able to get back to her feet, but Pena pounced right back on her, working her back into the cage. Pena holds her there trying to advance her position, and Rakoczy is able to break away. Pena gets her back down to the canvas once again.

She starts landing some ground and pound, while Rakoczy tries to defend. Pena postures up and lands an elbow and a punch. Rakoczy is trying to defend, but Pena is relentless and landing shots like a mad woman. Pena looks like a mad woman possessed. She gets into the full mount position and starts dropping bombs on Rakoczy’s face.

Rakoczy tries to buck out of it using her legs, but Pena is not having it, and continues dropping bombs on Jessica’s face. With only 20 seconds left, Rakoczy rolls back and forth while protecting her face with her arms. She’s not offering any offense, and Pena is relentless at this point, landing shot after shot.

With only seconds left on the clock, the referee steps in and stops the fight. Julianna Pena defeats Jessica Rakoczy by TKO in round 1, and is the first woman to be crowned the Ultimate Fighter.

In the men’s bantamweight finale, Chris Holdsworth took on Davey Grant for the Ultimate Fighter six figure contract.

Round 1: Both fighters come out and meet in the center, touch gloves and face off. Grant starts off with a leg kick to the body as Holdsworth throws a straight jab. Both men circle each other, looking to establish their timing.

Holdsworth throws a wild right hook that misses, and Grant grabs him in a clinch. Holdsworth works him back into the cage. Grant uses his elbow to push Holdsworth’s head back, which is very effective. Holdsworth continues to push forward to keep Grant against the cage.

Holdsworth throws a knee to the body and Grant spins him around to the cage. They each throw a left hook, but Grant lands the cleaner shot. He follows it right up with a right hook and Holdsworth barely dodges it. Holdsworth grabs Grant’s arms and swings him around onto the cage.

Grant pushes off and the two meet back in the center. Holdsworth lands a straight right hand that knocks Grant off his balance. Holdsworth comes forward while Grant circles on the outside. Holdsworth measures grant, then lands a wicked one, two punch combo that stuns Grant.

Holdsworth works Grant back into the cage and works for a takedown. Grant is defending well. Holdsworth throws a knee to the midsection that lands. Grant answers back with a knee of his own, and spins him around.

They trade shots in the center, neither landing anything strong. Holdsworth works Grant back into the cage again, looking for a takedown. Grant defends it well and spins off the cage. Them meet in the center again, and Holdsworth gets him back on the cage. Grant is able to spin it around again. Grant goes for a takedown and ends up on the bottom. The round ends.

Round 2: They meet in the center again and continue where they left off. They stand and trade shots back and forth. Neither one lands anything damaging. Holdsworth lands a wicked head kick but Grant takes it and moves forward. The fight goes to the ground, and Holdsworth takes advantage, getting Grant’s back.

Grant tries to defend, but Holdsworth is on him hard. Holdsworth puts the hooks in and goes for a rear choke. Grant is trying to grab his arms and pull them off, but Holdsworth pretty much has it synced in. Holdsworth locks his arms around Grant’s neck tighter, and seconds later Grant is forced to tapout. The ref separates the two, and Chris Holdsworth defeats Davey Grant by submission in round 2, and is the season 18 Ultimate Fighter winner.

Post Fight Interviews With Pena & Holdsworth

Other Results:

Jessamyn Duke defeats Margaret Morgan by unanimous decision.

Raquel Pennington defeats Roxanne Modafferi by unanimous decision.

Wanderlei Silva vs. Cung Le Full Fight Video

UFC 139 took place November 19, 2011, from San Jose, CA. The card featured a middleweight bout between Wanderlei Silva and Cung Le.

Wanderlei Silva is a long time and well respected MMA veteran who has fought all over the world, in Pride and the UFC. He has faced some of the biggest names in mixed martial arts including Vitor Belfort, Rampage Jackson, Mirko Cro Cop, Tito Ortiz, Dan Henderson, and Mark Hunt.

Cung Le is a long time Strikeforce veteran who is making his debut in the UFC against Wanderlei Silva. Only having one loss in his entire MMA career, Le makes for a formidable opponent. He is known for his flashy kicks and has many highlight reel knockouts.

Round 1: Both fighters come out and meet in the center. Le starts moving forward immediately threatening with kicks. Silva circles on the outside while Le stalks. Le tries to pounce on Silva with a strong hook, but Silva comes right back with a barrage of hooks of his own. Le continues to stalk and throws a spinning back kick that goes high, but Silva blocks mostly with his gloves.


Le is the aggressor, moving forward and stalking, but Silva is primed and ready for his every move. Le throws a kick to the body, and seconds later throws a spinning back fist that drops Silva. Silva gets back up and Le swarms him against the cage. Le throws another spinning back kick that misses. He throws two more spinning kicks that almost hit the mark.

Le continues to move forward, constantly throwing side kicks and spinning kicks. Silva strikes back every time he kicks, not really landing but ready to fight. Silva moves forward and catches Le with a strong left that stuns him for a moment. Silva tries to follow up but Le covers up and blocks his attack.

Silva continues to get aggressive and starts letting the strikes go. He throws a body kick, a head kick, then a hook to the head. The crowd reacts as Le is backed up. Silva pushes forward again and catches Le with another strong hook that backs him up. With only 20 seconds left in the round, Silva steps up his attack and swarms Le, throwing several hooks at his head, his body, and knees. The round ends with both fighters in the center of the ring.

Round 2: They both come out to the center. Silva immediately swings for the fences and misses. Le throws a side kick to Silva’s body that lands. The continue to circle each other, Le moving forward and Silva circling on the outside. Le seems more tired this round and is throwing less kicks.

Silva catches him with a strong hook that stuns him for a moment. Le shakes it off and continues to stalk. He throws a couple of leg kicks, but they are not as hard as in round 1. Silva starts to stalk and Le circles on the outside. Silva catches Le with another good left hook, and Le side kicks him to the body.

They trade leg kicks in the center, and Silva blasts out with another barrage of hooks. Le backs up slightly and re-engages. Le continues to attack with various leg kicks, not really doing any damage, but keeping Silva on the defensive. Le keeps moving forward and Silva rushes back in with another barrage of hooks. Le backs into the cage and Silva throws a head kick that lands.

Silva follows that up with a straight left that drops Le to the canvas. Silva pounces and Le tries to stand back up. Silva jumps on him and starts landing hammer fists to the side of his head. Silva grabs Le’s neck in a guillotine choke position and lands a solid knee. He follows up with 2 more knees then stands and catches Le with a solid left hook.

Silva grabs Le in the clinch and delivers a solid knee to the midsection. Silva lets go and goes back upstairs with another left hook. They separate briefly, and Silva grabs Le again and pulls his head into another solid knee. Le falls backwards into the cage and Silva rushes forward. While on top of him Silva lands 5 or 6 solid hammer fists. The referee jumps in and stops the action.

Wanderlei Silva defeats Cung Le in round number two by TKO.