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UFC 195 Ergebnisse: Lawler schlägt Condit in spektakulärer SchlachtMain Card (PPV). Welterweight bout. UFC Welterweight Championship Robbie Lawler (c) vs. Carlos Condit Lawler besiegte Condit via Split Decision ( Januar in Las Vegas gegenüberstehen: Robbie „Ruthless“ Lawler vs. Carlos „Natural Born Killer“ Condit. Der amtierende Champion Lawler () will. UFC Welterweight Championship. UFC Lawler vs. Condit was a mixed martial arts event held on January 2, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las.
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Even with multiple title defenses to his name, it's hard to believe that the man who once went in an eight-fight run with Strikeforce is now the baddest man on the planet at pounds.
Lawler's title run is the culmination of a career-long evolution, though. Still, Lawler attributes his growth as a fighter to focusing on self-improvement rather than on whoever happens to be standing across from him in the cage, per Brett Okamoto of ESPN.
I know Carlos is going to be gearing up to get me, but what I'm gearing up for is being the best I've been. That list of challengers isn't going away anytime soon.
The welterweight division has plenty of talent, and Lawler's exciting style makes any matchup intriguing. I'm next Bruh Shhhh. Regardless of who gets the next shot, one thing is clear: Lawler has earned the right to be the favorite.
Whoever eventually takes the strap from him will have defeated a worthy champion. A strong case can be made that Condit won the fight and is the rightful UFC champion, and the numbers don't disagree with that assertion.
Yours truly conveniently scored the fight as a draw, giving Condit Rounds 1, 3 and 4 while giving Lawler Rounds 2 and 5, with the fifth being scored If that is changed to a , things obviously swing in favor of Condit.
The numbers, however, do not tell the whole story, and even though Condit's high-volume style is suited to padding his FightMetric stats, this was not a runaway performance from him on paper.
While one can infer that Condit did indeed have a stronger claim to victory than Lawler, the difference was not so overwhelming that a decision breaking in Lawler's favor should lead to torches and pitchforks.
After his fight war with Robbie Lawler didn't go his way, Carlos Condit openly admitted he's considering retirement. History shows, again and again, that if a champion manages to win two rounds off a challenger, regardless of almost anything else, he will walk away with the title.
There are plenty of examples, including Daniel Cormier vs. Alexander Gustafsson, Benson Henderson vs. Frankie Edgar 2 and Georges St-Pierre vs.
Johny Hendricks, that demonstrate judges are reluctant to award challengers with scorecards. While some may disagree, it feels like the oft-discussed "champion's advantage" still lives on to some degree.
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Michael McDonald Nina Ansaroff vs. Justine Kish Drew Dober vs. Scott Holtzman Alex Morono vs. Kyle Noke Joseph Duffy vs.
Dustin Poirier Joe Soto vs. Michinori Tanaka Edgar Garcia vs. Sheldon Westcott Sherdog. Edgar Garcia vs. Sheldon Westcott Round 1 The southpaw Westcott flicks out jabs and leg kicks as the welterweights test the range in the opening minute.
After Garcia sticks the Canadian with a stiff right hand, Westcott changes levels and drives him to the ground near the fence. Garcia turns his back to avoid the shots and now Westcott takes back-mount, flattening out his opponent to score with more left hands.
Garcia continues to eat punches, first under the arm and then to the sides of the head when he goes belly-down. The Result Sheldon Westcott def.
Joe Soto vs. Soto dodges a pair of big hooks but gets clipped with a right hand behind it. Soto grazes with reaching overhand left as the bantamweights continue to circle at the halfway mark of round one, with neither having gained an advantage to this point.
Tanaka buries his head and slips loose of the choke, allowing Soto to stand in the process just before the end of the round.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Soto Brian Knapp scores the round Tanaka Chris Nelson scores the round Tanaka Round 2 Tanaka gets busier with his hands in the opening minute of round two, catching Soto with fast hooks to the body and head as the Japanese fighter moves around the outside.
Tanaka hits another takedown and once again falls into a submission attempt from Soto, this time a guillotine choke from full guard.
Good ground-and-pound landing for Tanaka, elbows and punches, until Soto threatens with a leglock. Tanaka has to reset but manages to hold down Soto for the remainder of the frame.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Tanaka Brian Knapp scores the round Tanaka Chris Nelson scores the round Tanaka Round 3 Soto is on the march early in the final frame, swinging for the fences with big punches over the top and mixing in a few leg kicks, too.
Tanaka hits a trip takedown but gets rolled right over the top, and both men scramble back to their feet. Soto sticks a hard jab, dodges a punch from Tanaka and waves the Japanese fighter forward.
Both men are grinning as they trade hard jabs, then Tanaka blocks a right high kick. Soto connects with a one-two, then a hard left hand which sends Tanaka shooting for another takedown.
Soto grabs a guillotine on his way to the ground but Tanaka postures up high to alleviate the pressure on his neck.
The ers stand with 80 seconds on the clock. Soto keeps landing hard down the stretch, then plows Tanaka to the mat with 15 seconds left.
Joe Soto via Split Decision , , R3 Joseph Duffy vs. Dustin Poirier Round 1 Poirier opens with a straight left hand and comes in behind it with an outside leg kick.
Another left hand stings Duffy, then an uppercut and a right hook force the Irishman to clinch up and hold Poirier on the fence.
Duffy strikes off his back foot now, sticking another jab and then tagging Poirier with a right hook. Poirier covers up against the fence momentarily, then steps back to the middle to continue throwing hands.
Poirier eats an uppercut, takes a right hand on the temple, then grabs Duffy in the collar tie and bombs back with uppercuts. With two minutes left, Poirier hits a double-leg takedown at the fence; Duffy is sporting a bloody nose from that last series of strikes.
Poirier stands up and decks the sitting Duffy with a hard elbow to the face, then threatens with a front headlock.
Poirier breaks away with an uppercut, eats a right hook from Duffy and gives him one right back. The lightweights finish the wild opening round on their feet, both men leaking blood from the nose.
Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Poirier Brian Knapp scores the round Poirier Chris Nelson scores the round Poirier Round 2 Duffy emerges for round two with a swollen left eye but otherwise looks no worse for wear as he and Poirier continue to snipe with punches in the center.
Poirier gets busy with elbows inside the last 80 seconds of the round, and Duffy looks to be fading on the bottom, just clinging on while Poirier unloads down the stretch.
Referee Chris Tognoni looks close to stepping in near the end, but Duffy will survive to see round three. Sherdog Scores Tristen Critchfield scores the round Poirier Brian Knapp scores the round Poirier Chris Nelson scores the round Poirier Round 3 Duffy comes out swinging to start the final frame, but Poirier slides backward to avoid the strikes and then reverses momentum to take down Duffy once again.
Poirier pulls away and yanks the leg free, then spins around before Duffy can stand and flattens him out near the center of the cage.
Duffy throws up his legs and catches Poirier in a last-second triangle attempt but he runs out of time. Joseph Duffy via Unanimous Decision , , R3 Drew Dober vs.
Holtzman steps forward again, eating a left hook in order to grab hold of Dober and pin him to the cage.
Dober turns the tables by reversing Holtzman with over-unders, and the lightweights spend a minute jockeying for position on the fence.
Referee Herb Dean warns Holtzman for grabbing the fence as he tries to corral Dober up against the cage. Holtzman quickly works back to his feet, and Dober releases the clinch to circle back to the center inside the last two minutes.