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August 23 2009 8:06 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Live From Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV
PPV Start Time: 10pm est

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Main Event: Light Heavyweight Bout:
-Forrest Griffin vs. Tito Ortiz

Welterweight Bout:
-Anthony Johnson vs. Josh Koscheck

Light Heavyweight Bout:
-Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Luis Cane

Welterweight Bout:
-Paulo Thiago vs. Jacob Volkmann

Welterweight Bout:
-Amir Sadollah vs. Phil Baroni


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Welterweight Bout:
-Ben Saunders vs. Marcus Davis

Middleweight Bout:
-Kendell Grove vs. Jake Rosholt


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Welterweight Bout:
-Brock Larson vs. Brian Foster

Lightweight Bout:
-Caol Uno vs. Fabricio Camoes

Lightweight Bout:
-Jason Dent vs. George Sotiropoulos
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August 27 2009 11:30 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Parisyan/Hazelett and Guida/Florian added.
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August 27 2009 11:35 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
lol at Coleman v.s. Ortiz
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August 27 2009 11:37 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Ortiz has already disrespected him saying that he's been out too long and needs a tune-up fight before getting back in there with the top 10 guys.

I think Tito's going to kill him honestly. Coleman doesn't have the gas tank and is going against another wrestler.
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August 27 2009 1:25 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I agree but deep down inside I want Coleman to murder him
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August 27 2009 1:31 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
is there a mandatory wait time for a fighter to fight his next opponent? or they can fight whenever?
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August 27 2009 1:36 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
It all depends on suspensions. If you don't get hurt you can fight the next day. There are alot of guys that fight more than once a week. Look at Jeremy Horn, Travis Fulton, or even Dan Severn's records. You'll see quite a few fights that take place a day apart or for a few weekends in a row.
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August 27 2009 1:37 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
thats impressive....not surprised about Severn doing it, hes was a fucking beast.
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August 27 2009 1:38 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Pride Grand Prix you'd fight three fights in one day
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August 27 2009 1:40 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:Wes Mantooth

Pride Grand Prix you'd fight three fights in one day



hence the words "Grand Prix"
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August 27 2009 1:42 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Actually its only twice in one night. Just the semi-finals and finals occurred on the same event.

Round of 16 and Quarter Finals were 1 fight a night.


IFC used to have tournaments that occurred all in one day. A noteable one was when Babalu beat Trevor Prangley, Shogun, and Jeremy Horn in a span of 4 hours.
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August 27 2009 1:42 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
grand prix means grand prize...
don't think that necessarily means tournament
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August 27 2009 1:43 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: WREN

Actually its only twice in one night. Just the semi-finals and finals occurred on the same event.

Round of 16 and Quarter Finals were 1 fight a night.


IFC used to have tournaments that occurred all in one day. A noteable one was when Babalu beat Trevor Prangley, Shogun, and Jeremy Horn in a span of 4 hours.

yeah you're right. my bad. I'm pretty sure in 2000 all the fights were the same day though.
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August 27 2009 1:43 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:Wes Mantooth

grand prix means grand prize...
don't think that necessarily means tournament



fucking french
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August 27 2009 1:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:Wes Mantooth

Originally posted by: WREN

Actually its only twice in one night. Just the semi-finals and finals occurred on the same event.

Round of 16 and Quarter Finals were 1 fight a night.


IFC used to have tournaments that occurred all in one day. A noteable one was when Babalu beat Trevor Prangley, Shogun, and Jeremy Horn in a span of 4 hours.

yeah you're right. my bad. I'm pretty sure in 2000 all the fights were the same day though.



nope Round of 16 was the first event. Wanderlei Silva vs. Bob Schrijber was the only non tournament bout.

i have the whole tournament on DVD. It's awesome.

But you are half correct. This was the only tournament to do 3 fights in one night. The Quarter Finals, Semis, and Finals were all in one night.
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August 27 2009 1:47 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:BroadStreetBully

Originally posted by:Wes Mantooth

grand prix means grand prize...
don't think that necessarily means tournament



fucking french




Grand Prize in this case was the HW belt and $200,000

atleast i think it was $200,000.
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