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UFC Fight Night 50: Jacare vs. Mousasi II (9/5/2014) - Ledyard, CT (Foxwoods Resort Casino)


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UFC Fight Night 50: Jacare vs. Mousasi II

September 5, 2014

Ledyard, CT (Foxwoods Resort Casino)


Ronaldo Souza (185) vs. Gegard Mousasi (186) - Souza, SUB (guillotine choke), R3 (4:30)

Alistair Overeem (248) vs. Ben Rothwell (264) - Rothwell, TKO (punches), R1 (2:19)

Matt Mitrione (255) vs. Derrick Lewis (264) - Mitrione, KO (punches), R1 (0:41)

Joe Lauzon (155) vs. Michael Chiesa (156) - Lauzon, TKO (doctor stoppage - cut), R2 (2:14)


Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card:

John Moraga (126) vs. Justin Scoggins (126) - Moraga, SUB (guillotine choke), R2 (0:47)

Al Iaquinta (155) vs. Rodrigo Damm (156) - Iaquinta, TKO (standing elbow and punches), R3 (2:41)

Rafael Natal (185) vs. Chris Camozzi (186) - Natal, DEC (split)

Tateki Matsuda (135) vs. Chris Beal (135) - Beal, DEC (unanimous)

Sean Soriano (145) vs. Chas Skelly (145) - Skelly, DEC (unanimous)


Event Bonuses ($50,000):
Performance of the Night: Ben Rothwell
Performance of the Night: Ronaldo Souza

Fight of the Night: Joe Lauzon vs. Michael Chiesa


Attendance: 4,086

Gate: $479,620

Rating: 911,000


Cancelled Bouts:

Ian Entwistle vs. Chris Beal - Injury to Entwistle

Chris Beal vs. Dustin Kimura - Injury to Kimura

Rob Font vs. Chris Beal - Injury to Font

Sean Soriano vs. Andre Fili - Injury to Soriano

Nik Lentz vs. Charles Oliveira  - Oliveira Pulled From Bout Due to Viral Infection

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Big Ben has a worse gas tank than Reem, so I'm certain Reem should be able to beat him for 3 minutes and then play it safe by clinching with him against the cage for 12+ minutes.

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By the time Weidman fights him, Chris would have went like 2 and 1/2 years without fighting an orthodox fighter. That's like Roy Jones Jr.'s stretch in like 1998-99 when he fought like 3 or 4 southpaws in a row after never facing them before.

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If this was pro wrestling, he would just move to another promotion and be renamed Al Star Overeem. 2014 body with the 2004 chin.


Remy "The All-Star" Overmann.


Why do (did) people keep saying Overeem was still a good striker when the guy never moves his feet and keeps his chin straight up? I think back to the Werdum fight - my biggest takeaway from that trainwreck was "I think Werdum shoulda tried to strike with him" - he was landing.

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