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Daniel Gracie vs. Wes Sims IFL Championships 2006, 6/3/06



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4/28/09 3:01 PM by IrishFighter110

lol at Cantwells armbar!Where is Sato's flying armbarWerdum vs OvereemShogun vs RandlemanMaia vs Sonnen

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4/28/09 2:50 PM by BenWS

Was Aurelio putting his chin in gomis eye(4:40 into the vid)?

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4/28/09 12:32 PM by graciejj316

TTT

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4/28/09 12:18 PM by CagePotato

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4/28/09 9:07 AM by CagePotato

Gomi was riding an impressive ten-fight win streak in Pride when he came up against American Top Team's Marcus Aurelio. Gomi had just beaten Hayato "Mach" Sakurai in the 2005 lightweight Grand Prix, and seemed to be near unstoppable. That is, until Aurelio got him on his back. Aurelio passed his guard without much trouble and locked up an arm triangle. Though Gomi's hand seemed to want to tap, his spirit wouldn't allow it. Instead his arm fell limply to the canvas, forcing the Pride ref to try the old pro wrestling resistance test before concluding that "The Fireball Kid" was really out. For weird reasons that only made sense in Pride, this wasn't a title bout. Gomi not only woke up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day, he also woke up still the champ. How often does that happen?

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4/28/09 9:07 AM by CagePotato

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4/28/09 9:06 AM by CagePotato

#8: Daniel Gracie vs. Wes Sims IFL Championships 2006, 6/3/06 After their first chaotic mess of a bout was ruled a “Technical Draw,” Gracie and Sims met again in the IFL for another technical ending. Though Sims has always had a hazy understanding of the rules in any given MMA bout, he got taken down too quickly to launch any illegal stomps in this one, and had to settle for giving up his back and then trying to grab on to the ropes (thankfully Stephen Quadros reminds him that he can’t do that) as Gracie stayed on him like a backpack and choked him unconscious. There’s nothing quite like seeing a 6’10” guy drop to the canvas like somebody just pulled his plug. Sleep well, buddy.

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4/28/09 9:06 AM by CagePotato

#7. Frank Shamrock vs. Phil BaroniStrikeforce/EliteXC: Shamrock vs. Baroni, 6/22/07(Choke starts at the 8:35 mark.)Thanks to Shammy's pioneering work in video trash talk, this fight was epic before it even began. Strikeforce's first middleweight title fight paired two loud-mouthed badasses who would never admit defeat -- but unfortunately, there could be only one champion. After battering the NYBA with punches for almost two full rounds, Shamrock took Baroni's back, wrapped an arm around his neck, and squeezed. While most men would tap to the hold, Baroni went out like a warrior, throwing punches into Frank's mug until he lost consciousness. Shamrock celebrated his win by shoving Baroni's lifeless body then kicking him in the ass, proving that he wasn't just the better fighter that night, he was also the bigger asshole.