UFC 106 Play-by-Play And UFC 106 ResultsBy shantanu, Gaea News Network
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Las Vegas- The UFC 106 was held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Saturday. The event was attended by thousands of spectators who immensely enjoyed the stunning performances by the fighters taking part in the event.
The UFC 106 Play-by-Play and UFC 106 results are as follows: in the lightweight bout, Australian George Sotiropoulos clashed with American Jason Dent, which resulted in Sotiropoulos’s victory in the second round. In another lightweight fight, the bout between Caol Uno and Fabricio Camoes resulted in a draw after they fought for three rounds. Moreover, certain points were deducted from Camoes because of the illegal kicks that he administered to his opponent. In the welterweight bout, Brian Foster registered his win against Brock Larson- after fighting for two rounds. In the middleweight fight, Kendall Grove fought with Jake Rosholt with Grove ultimately defeating Rosholt, who tapped quickly in the first round. In the next welterweight bout, Ben Saunders emerged victorious against Marcus Davis with a knock out in the first round itself.
Five fights took place under the main card in UFC 106. The results are as follows: In the welterweight fight, in a much anticipated match, Amir Sadollah registered his victory against Phil Baroni by an unanimous decision of 30-27, 30-27, 29-28. In the light heavyweight bout, Luiz Cane and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira clashed against each other, with Nogueira winning the bout in the first round. The next Welterweight fight saw Paulo Thiago defeating Jacob Volkmann by a unanimous decision of 29-28, 30-27, 30-27. The following welterweight bout took place between Josh Koscheck and Anthony Johnson, with Johnson losing to Koscheck by submission in the second round. The most anticipated match took place between two former UFC light heavyweight champions, Forrest Griffin and Tito Ortiz, with Griffin defeating Ortiz by a split decision of 28-29, 30-27, 29-28. The UFC 106 play-by-play results depict just how exciting the event had been.