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Old 07-03-2007, 09:40 AM
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Default UFC 73 Stacked Perditions.

Messed up alittle posting this. Soooo, here we go again.

Nate Marquardt Vs. Anderson Silva.

I think Nate is going to win by GnP or submission. He is a world class grappler and is a very Under rated fighter.

Hermes Franca Vs. Sean Sherk

I saw some of Sherks training on Spike last night and I don't know why he is such a mediocre fighter. Almost all his fights in the UFC are by decision. The dude is a tank and he just doesn't finish fights. I think it will be Sherk by another Decision.

NOW ON TO MY FAVORITE FIGHT OF THE NIGHT

Rashad Evans Vs. Tito Ortiz

I think this is Rashad's time to shine and it will be a slug fest with Rashad winning just because he is a better athlete than Tito. There fighting styles seem to be the same on paper, both wrestlers with good hands, IMO Rashad is a better athlete and wrestler and will be able to get Tito to the ground first.
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Nate Marquardt Vs. Anderson Silva.

I agree that Nate is going to take this one. Anderson is a very talented fighter, but I can see him getting overpowered by people and I havent seen enough of his ground game.

Hermes Franca Vs. Sean Sherk

Im pulling for Franca on this one. I agree that he has trouble finishing fights but I like his style and ready for him to replace Sherk.

Rashad Evans Vs. Tito Ortiz

Rashad has this one. Tito fights a little to safe for my taste and he hasnt seemed like a dominate fighter to me for awhile. Rashad is on his way to the top and I want him to win this fight.
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Rashad Evans looked unstoppable in his last fight. Strong guy that can outwork you.
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Man I just wasnt that impressed with this payperview...with the fight card I was expecting some amazing fights, but I was kinda dissapointed. I sure did call them wrong too! Sherk is a beast, man that guy got my respect for taking those knees and still beasting up Franca. I just wish he could finish a fight. And I thought Nate was going to give Silva a run for his money, but I was wrong there. As for the Tito and Rashad fight I think Tito is an idiot for grabbing the fence. How long has he been fighting in the UFC??? He knows the rules!
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As for the Tito and Rashad fight I think Tito is an idiot for grabbing the fence. How long has he been fighting in the UFC??? He knows the rules!
Totally agree. did you see the post fight conference on UFC.com?
Tito was talking soooo much sh!t. He would lie about how many times he grabbed the fence then say "oh, maybe a couple". What a d!ck.
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Totally agree. did you see the post fight conference on UFC.com?
Tito was talking soooo much sh!t. He would lie about how many times he grabbed the fence then say "oh, maybe a couple". What a d!ck.
Yeah I can't stand Tito, I was really hoping he was going to get smashed. Rashad just seemed too cautious during that fight. I missed that interview he did on UFC.com.
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yeah god hates me because i knew silva would win and i had no money this time around to bet and i had 3 people willing to bet against me lol. oh well. silva is the man though
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Tito got the last laugh according to the unGodly amount of money he won compared to everyone else!

Main Event Fighters

-Anderson Silva: $90,000 (defeated Nathan Marquardt; $45,000 + $45,000 win bonus)

-Nathan Marquardt: $24,000 (lost to Anderson Silva)


Main Card Fighters

-Tito Ortiz: $210,000 (drew with Rashad Evans)

-Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira: $200,000 (defeated Heath Herrin; $100,000 + $100,000 win bonus)

-Heath Herring: $70,000 (lost to Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira)

-Sean Sherk: $28,000 (defeated Hermes Franca; $14,000 + $14,000 win bonus)

-Rashad Evans: $16,000 (drew with Tito Ortiz)

-Kenny Florian: $16,000 (defeated Alvin Robinson; $8,000 + $8,000 win bonus)

-Hermes Franca: $14,000 (lost to Sean Sherk)

-Alvin Robinson: $3,000 (lost to Kenny Florian)


Preliminary Match Fighters

-Stephan Bonnar: $32,000 (defeated Mike Nickels; $16,000 + $16,000 win bonus)

-Chris Lytle: $20,000 (defeated Jason Gilliam; $10,000 + $10,000 win bonus)

-Jorge Gurgel: $14,000 (defeated Diego Saraiva; $7,000 + $7,000 win bonus)

-Frank Edgar: $10,000 (defeated Mark Bocek; $5,000 + $5,000 win bonus)

-Mike Nickels: $5,000 (lost to Stephan Bonnar)

-Mark Bocek: $3,000 (lost to Frank Edgar)

-Jason Gilliam: $3,000 (lost to Chris Lytle)

-Diego Saraiva: $3,000 (lost to Jorge Gurgel)


Disclosed Fighter Payroll: $761,000
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yeah it's pretty one sided.
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