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Watch DOS SANTOS VS MIOCIC 2 Live UFC, which will be held on 13th May 2017. UFC 211 where Stipe Miocic and Junior dos Santos will meet will be a rematch Pay Per View Fight.One particularly brutal endeavor saw dos Santos launch a massive medicine ball down an open course before sprinting to pick it up and do it all over again.Miocic silenced a throng with one swing of his hammer.

He knocked out Werdum to become the undisputed Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight titleholder in the UFC 198 headliner on May 14 at Arena da Baixada in Curitiba, Brazil.

An unconscious Werdum hit the canvas 2:47 into round one, an eerie hush passing over the 40,000-plus fans in attendance. The two men traded punches and kicks before Werdum made his move — and his mistake. DOS SANTOS VS MIOCIC 2 Live The Kings MMA export charged forward and walked into a counter right hook from the backpedaling Miocic. His lights were out before he landed on the mat, his reign atop the heavyweight division and six-fight winning streak at an end.
Before he cut down Andrei Arlovski in less than a minute to become the No. 1 contender for the heavyweight title, Miocic ran into Mark Hunt. He took care of the 2001 K-1 World Grand Prix winner with fifth-round ground-and-pound in their UFC Fight Night headliner on May 10, 2015, at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, Australia. Hunt, having absorbed a frightening amount of punishment across 20-plus minutes of combat, finally wilted 2:47 into round five. Clean boxing, repeated takedowns and heavy and efficient ground-and-pound were all on display for Miocic. He struck for takedowns in all five rounds, assumed a dominant position and chewed up Hunt with punches, elbows, forearm strikes and hammerfists.

Rounds three and four were complete blowouts, and the fifth was headed in the same direction before referee John Sharp decided he had seen enough. The fight was never competitive, and the eye-popping statistical data it generated told the tale. Miocic outstruck “The Super Samoan” by a staggering 361-46 margin in total strikes — the most lopsided strike differential in Ultimate Fighting Championship history, according to UFC President Dana White. The 361 strikes landed also set an all-time record for a single fight, surpassing the mark set by Chael Sonnen (320) in his submission loss to Anderson Silva at UFC 117 in August 2010. Per FightMetric, Miocic out-landed Hunt 125-6 in the third round, 62-7 in the fourth and 70-0 in the fifth.
Fabio Maldonado made the mistake of moving up in weight to meet Miocic as a short-notice replacement in “The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 3” Finale on May 31, 2014 at Geraldo Jose de Almeida Gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was not a pleasant experience for the Brazilian boxer, as it resembled more of a public execution than a mixed martial arts bout. Miocic ducked the Sao Paulo native’s initial advances, slid to the center of the cage and buckled his knees with a short, quick left hand.

He later mixed in a few inside leg kicks before sending a counter right cross crashing into Maldonado’s face. The impact put him on the canvas in the fetal position, and Miocic finished the job with a series of unanswered hammerfists that left referee Mario Yamasaki no choice but to rush in and halt the carnage. It took all of 35 seconds. Maldonado had been stopped by strikes only once previously, that result coming in a brutal, prolonged beatdown at the hands of Glover Teixeira. Miocic, in his first turn as a UFC headliner, was far more efficient with his handiwork.
Not much separated dos Santos from Miocic after five rounds. Beaten to a bloody pulp, the tough-minded and durable Brazilian leaned exclusively on his boxing skills in capturing a unanimous decision from the DOS SANTOS VS MIOCIC 2 Live Stream in the UFC on Fox 13 headliner on Dec. 13, 2014 at the US Airways Center in Phoenix. All three judges sided with dos Santos: 48-47, 49-46 and 49-46. Miocic had never looked better and proved in defeat that he could compete with the best of the best in the heavyweight division. He cracked the favored dos Santos repeatedly with right hands, landed beautiful power punches while exiting clinches and mixed in a second-round takedown.

Miocic had the Brazilian reeling more than once with high-velocity shots but could not find a way to put away the former champion. Dos Santos briefly floored him with a counter left hook in the third round, executed an exquisite trip takedown in the fourth and scored with a stinging jab throughout. He also invested heavily in body shots with left hooks and straight rights — a strategy that seemed to take the spring out of Miocic’s step late in the fight. Both men had their moments in the fifth round despite being bloodied and exhausted, closing out a memorable 25-minute confrontation that saw them land 155 significant head strikes against each other.
Miocic locked down what was at the time his most significant victory as a professional in the UFC 161 co-main event on June 15, 2013 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. There, he ripped into “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 10 winner Roy Nelson with straight punching combinations and notched a well-earned unanimous decision, rebounding from his first career setback — a technical knockout loss to Stefan Struve a little less than nine months earlier.

Miocic swept the scorecards from “Big Country,” drawing 30-27 scores from all three judges. Nelson entered the cage on the heels of three consecutive first-round knockouts but stumbled out of the gate and never recovered. Miocic lit into him with two-, three- and four-punch volleys, wobbled him more than once with his right cross and snuck in leg kicks and knees for good measure. At the conclusion of the first five minutes, Nelson was a winded and spent force.

Miocic followed his game plan to perfection, MIOCIC 2 vs DOS SANTOS Live steering clear of the former International Fight League champion’s crushing overhand right. The combinations kept flowing and Nelson became less and less of a factor as the talented Ohioan dragged him into the deep. By the time their 15 minutes was up, Miocic had outpaced Nelson 129-25 in total strikes and a new heavyweight contender had been born.

This exercise lasted several sets as dos Santos was pushed to the limit while tossing the ball with all his might before running the routine several times in succession.Following that exercise, dos Santos then ran long sprints up and down the length of the gym as his coach timed his intervals up and back again.

While he may have been winded from the run, dos Santos’ coach then put him into a reactionary drill where he would place the fighter against a wall while he threw a racquetball at him several times in a row while the former heavyweight champion ducked and dodged the ball coming at him.

This exercise was repeated numerous times but at nearly every interval, dos Santos would finish by punching the ball to show off his accuracy as much as his reaction time to avoid being hit by it.

By the end of the workout, dos Santos was pouring sweat but still energized as he continues to prepare for his chance to reclaim the heavyweight title on May 13 in Dallas.

Now that UFC Fight Night 108 is in the books — full results here — Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is all set to stage its next pay-per-view (PPV) event, and it’s going to be a good one!

UFC 211 is all set to pop off from American Airlines Center on Saturday May 13, 2017 in Dallas, Texas and will feature a Heavyweight title fight between defending champion Stipe Miocic and Junior dos Santos. Aldo Joanna Jedrzejczyk defends her Strawweight title against Jessica Andrade.

But that’s not all.

Frankie Edgar returns to action to face rising sensation Yair Rodriguez at Featherweight, while Jorge Masvidal looks to end Demian Maia’s momentum in an intriguing Welterweight matchup. Plus, Eddie Alvarez returns to face Dustin Poirier, while Henry Cejudo takes on “The Phenom” Sergio Pettis.

It truly is the “biggest, baddest card of the year.” DOS SANTOS VS MIOCIC 2 Expect more promo videos such as this one to be released as fight night draws closer, until then take a look at the most up-to-date fight card

Which fighters are eligible for these rankings? They must meet the following qualifications: fight at least once in the past 365 days or if they have not, be officially scheduled for an upcoming fight.

– A fighter serving a disciplinary suspension will not be ranked. They can return when they have served their suspension or in the event it is rescinded. This includes fighters who may disregard their suspension locally to fight overseas.

– If a fighter appears on just a single ballot, and in the top ten, five points will be deducted to balance between other fighters who may be ranked lower, but appear on a greater amount of ballots.

The next UFC pay-per-view on the horizon is UFC 211. This massive card will go down inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on May 13.

UFC 211 will be headlined by a heavyweight title fight between reigning, defending champion Stipe Miocic and former champion Junior Dos Santos. This anticipated heavyweight title showdown will be a rematch of a late 2014 bout, which saw Dos Santos walk away with a hard fought unanimous decision win. Since this first battle with Dos Santos, Miocic has not lost, defeating Mark Hunt, Andrei Arlovski, Fabricio Werdum and Alistair Overeem, all by knockout or TKO. Dos Santos, meanwhile, has fought just twice since then, first losing to Alistair Overeem, then rebounding with a dominant decision defeat of Ben Rothwell.

UFC 211’s co-main event, meanwhile, will see UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk attempt to defend her title for a whopping fifth time against dangerous Brazilian contender Jessica Andrade, who has looked unstoppable since dropping from bantamweight to strawweight.

Other highlights of this stacked May 13 card include a welterweight battle between top contenders Demian Maia and Jorge Masvidal, a lightweight showdown between Eddie Alvarez and Dustin Poirier, a featherweight fight between Frankie Edgar and Yair Rodriguez, a flyweight scrap between DOS SANTOS VS MIOCIC 2 Live, and the UFC return of former two-division WSOF champ David Branch, who will take on the 19-1 Krzysztof Jotko. Source

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