- Bart Palaszewski took a beating but he got the job done. Barely.
- LC Davis and Deividas Taurosevicius did virtually nothing to each other. Did Davis get the nod via coin toss?
- Scott Jorgensen… beast. Pure beast.
- Who is Danny Castillo and why is he in the WEC?
- I don’t know what hurts more: seeing Jens Pulver lose, or seeing him cry afterwards.
- Remember that fearsome, nigh-unbeatable Miguel Torres who ruled the 135-pound division with an iron fist? Where did he go?
- Dominic Cruz was entertaining as hell. So was Brian Bowles, but only because he got punched a lot.
Monday, March 8, 2010
Steve Katz runs a smooth ship so everything was organized and concise, right down to the fight card and bios given to the press. Eric Fleming and Lee Burrell had a very competitive bout, and although Burrell didn't tap, the armbar stoppage was justified - a ref isn't supposed to let an amateur get his fully-extended arm broken, is he? Noel Arcibal looked solid, but the "beast of the night" award definitely has to go to Jungle Gym's Bobby Ascolillo with his 43-second rear naked choke on his standing opponent. Good stuff.