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UFC Fight Night 134: Shogun vs. Smith (7/22/2018) - Hamburg, Germany (Barclaycard Arena)

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UFC Fight Night 134: Shogun vs. Smith 
July 22, 2018
Hamburg, Germany (Barclaycard Arena)

Maurício Rua (206) vs. Anthony Smith (205) - Smith, KO (standing elbow and punches), R1 (1:29)
Glover Teixeira (206) vs. Corey Anderson (204) - Anderson, DEC (unanimous)
Vitor Miranda (185) vs. Abu Azaitar (185) - Azaitar, DEC (unanimous)
Marcin Tybura (246) vs. Stefan Struve (264) - Tybura, DEC (unanimous)
Danny Roberts (169) vs. David Zawada (171) - Roberts, DEC (split)
Nasrat Haqparast (156) vs. Marc Diakiese (155) - Haqparast, DEC (unanimous)

Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card:
Nick Hein (153) vs. Damir Hadžović (155) - Hadžović, DEC (split)
Emil Weber Meek (170) vs. Bartosz Fabiński (170) - Fabiński, DEC (unanimous)
Khalid Taha (145) vs. Nad Narimani (146) - Narimani, DEC (unanimous)
Justin Ledet (204) vs. Aleksandar Rakić (206) - Rakić, DEC (unanimous)

Fight Pass Preliminary Card:
Davey Grant (135) vs. Manny Bermudez (135) - Bermudez, SUB (triangle choke), R1 (0:59)
Jeremy Kimball (204) vs. Darko Stošić (205) - Stošić, TKO (punches and elbows), R1 (3:13)
Damian Stasiak (133) vs. Liu Pingyuan (136) - Pingyuan, DEC (unanimous)

Event Bonuses ($50,000)
Performance of the Night: Manny Bermudez 
Performance of the Night: Anthony Smith
Fight of the Night: Danny Roberts vs. David Zawada

Attendance: 7,798
Gate: $750,000
Rating: 492,000 viewers

Cancelled Bouts:
Volkan Oezdemir vs. Maurício Rua - Oezdemir Moved to Another Card
Glover Teixeira vs. Illir Latifi - Injury to Latifi
Alan Jouban vs. Danny Roberts - Injury to Jouban (Neck)
 

Edited by Elsalvajeloco

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To add some stakes to Sunday's main event, Anthony Smith has thrown his name in the hat (joining the recently victorious Khalil Rountree) to replace VOLKAN~! against Alexander Gustafsson on the LA PPV card should he win and go unscathed. Anthony Smith's style doesn't necessarily lend itself to that, but we also don't know what version of Shogun we're going to get.

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Khalid Taha seems like he is going to be a fun fighter who can win consistently but just at bantamweight where he belongs. He was at natural disadvantage against the much bigger Narimani.

 

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Since Nasrat Haqparast is a southpaw, if you squint hard enough, you will think it's Kelvin Gastelum in the cage.

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If I didn't know better, I would have said Teixeira is one who took the fight on short notice and not Corey Anderson. I think Glover expected Corey to run into a big shot but it never happened. Matter of fact, Glover was the one who got drilled by two or three good punches standing and got hurt with one of them.

 

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I said last year that Anthony Smith was one of those high risk, low reward opponents. Shogun just found out in a very big way. Damn.

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That finish was much needed after 9 straight Decisions. 

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Holy fuck, that elbow was vicious.

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The Germany events always seem to be terrible and this one was no exception, main event aside.

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RETURN OF THE MACK~! My new favorite entrance, Lionheart is becoming one of my favs.

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