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Coming up we have a light heavyweight MMA rules bout between Jacks Sole (ranked 423 p4p, 66 weight class) and David Wuzz (ranked 529 p4p, 78 weight class). Rumors backstage are that the fighters have been paid to keep it standing but we know that would never happen in MMA!

189 cm
36
209 lbs
28 - 16 - 0
190 cm
37
212 lbs
25 - 19 - 0
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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the light heavyweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 28 wins, 16 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Jacks Sole!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 25 wins, 19 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of New York, David Wuzz!
The judges for this bout are Jack Bonds, Frank Antenori and Timothy Bukovac.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Wuzz shoots in for a takedown! He's got it and he's managed to land in side control! That's better than Wuzz was expecting from the takedown attempt, I'm sure!
Sole sneaks a leg under to get back to half guard.
Sole desperately trying to maintain half guard.
Sole is trying to control but can't.
Sole controlling the leg, holding on to half guard.
Wuzz takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Wuzz wants to take a breather but Sole is having none of it.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Sole is doing well to avoid being mounted. He's controlling the position at the moment.
Sole trying to control from the bottom.
Wuzz content to control rather than advance.

The referee has stepped in and called for a break in the action. We'll restart on the feet.
Sole looking to land some kicks to the body here.
Wuzz keeps his opponent at a distance with a nice jab.
Sole misses the shot to the body.
Wuzz misses with a wild combination.
Wuzz misses with a straight right.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Sole throws a body punch but Wuzz moves out of range.
Sole moves forwards but Wuzz connects with a nice, crisp jab.
A punch lands to the side of Sole 's head but he takes it in his stride.
Wuzz moves out of range of the strikes.
Sole has his head snapped back a nice jab. A little nod from Sole there as he acknowledges the shot.
Wuzz throws a hard body shot but it just misses.
Wuzz ducks under a wild hook from Sole.
Sole throws a good cross that connects.
We've seen a great period of action over the last minute or so - credit to both fighters for going all out!
Wuzz uses decent footwork to sidestep a right hand from Sole.
Wuzz slips in close and lands a nice hook before moving back out of range.
We've been told by Sole's head coaches at White Eagle that he's been working on his takedown defense in preparation for this fight.
Wuzz fails to land with the punch combination there - jab, cross, hook, miss, miss, miss.
Sole feinted there with a counter leg kick.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Wuzz looks to land a right hand but Sole moved out of range.
Sole is looking to counter with head kicks.
David Wuzz seems to be the more aggressive standup fighter in this bout.
Wuzz connects with a slap. Keep your fist closed son.
Sole takes a big uppercut there. He seems a bit wobbly but no, he's OK.
Sole staying out of range there.
Wuzz fails with a takedown attempt from distance.
An attempted straight right counter from Sole misses the target.
Sole closes the distance and takes a jab right on the nose as he does so.
Wuzz misses with a kick to the body.
Sole dips down and scores with a jab to the body.
Sole misses with a half-hearted attempt at a head kick.
Wuzz uses some good footwork to avoid the body shot by Sole.
Sole throws a leg kick that misses.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Sole circles away from the clinch attempt.
Sole is looking to counter punch.
Wuzz digs a good body shot into Sole's ribs.

Wuzz shoots in for a takedown from distance. He catches Sole napping and manages to drive through into side control!
This has been an exciting period of action!
Sole tries to bench press Wuzz off him but Wuzz keeps the position.
Sole sneaks a leg under to get back to half guard.
Wuzz takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.
Wuzz trying to pass the guard but Sole defending well.

Wuzz is looking for a kimura here.
Sole slips a foot under and gets full guard. Nice work.
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

David Wuzz dominated that round.
The referee calls time. The cornermen exit stage left and we're back to business.


Sole throws a lazy uppercut
and Wuzz counters with a crisp hook to the side of the head.
Sole misses with a hook.
Sole throws a leg kick but he was too far away and it doesn't land.
Sole pivots as if he's going to throw a leg kick but stops half way.
Wuzz might want to mix his strikes up a bit more. He's just going for head shots at the moment and that can become a bit predictable.
Wuzz misses with a jab and misses with a cross straight after too.
Wuzz has been working his punching technique in the buildup to the fight and it appears to be paying off.
Sole swings wildly with a hook that is half blocked by Wuzz.
Wuzz throws a leg kick
and Sole counters with a crisp hook to the side of the head.
Sole looks to throw the jab but Wuzz is out of range.
And Wuzz tries to counter it with a takedown but Sole pushes his down on his head and steps out.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Wuzz fails with the takedown.
Wuzz with a jab.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Wuzz drops down and drives through with a powerful takedown into guard.
Wuzz looking to pass the guard.
Sole wants to control here, rather than go for any submissions from the bottom. At least for now.
Wuzz pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Sole is keeping the position for now.
Sole trying to keep a closed guard but Wuzz is proving a slippery customer.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Sole is really struggling to control Wuzz but he's trying to hold on to the position.
The referee claps his hands together and tells the fighters to work.
Wuzz stays in close to Sole's body and controls the position.

The referee decides to stand the fighters back up.
Sole loads up on a big right hand but Wuzz slips the punch.
Wuzz moves out of range of the body kick from Sole.
Sole pulls out of a head kick attempt.

Sole gets caught flat footed, as Wuzz shoots in with a quick takedown into guard.
Wuzz trying to control but Sole is working from the bottom.
Wuzz pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Sole is keeping the position for now.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Wuzz trying to control but Sole is working from the bottom.
Wuzz seems content to control from guard here. He's going to have to remain active though if he doesn't want to get stood back up.
Sole pulls Wuzz in to control the position.

Sole is active off his back here, looking for submissions.
Sole is trying to control the position but Wuzz postures up.
It looks like the ref is thinking about a standup.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Well. There's a bit of a lull in the action here and the crowd are starting to get restless.
Wuzz trying to control but Sole is working from the bottom.

The referee has motioned to the fighters to stand back up. He just wasn't happy with the level of activity.
Jacks Sole is looking to keep the fight on the feet at all costs.
A left and a right from Wuzz both land. Nice combination.
Sole fakes and then throws a beautiful body shot. Wuzz looks a bit winded and takes a step backwards to take a breath.
Wuzz has been the more effective fighter overall so far.
The fighters circling - Wuzz throws out the jab but it was never going to land.
A cross from Wuzz lands.
Wuzz moves into range and throws a combination. A nice jab followed by a hook to the body.
Sole staying out of range there.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Sole misses with a leg kick.
Sole slips a jab and a cross from Wuzz.
Sole looks to throw a body kick
and Wuzz counters with a lovely straight right hand!
And that’s the end of the round – the fighters go back to their corners.

David Wuzz showed his class in that round. I'd imagine he'll take it on all the scorecards.
That's time! Back to the action! This is the final round!


Sole slips under a jab.
As Wuzz backs away, Sole returns fire with a leg kick that just misses.
Wuzz scores with a decent looking hook.
Sole takes one to the chin there.
Wuzz throws a poor cross that misses
and Sole counters with a good right hand that lands right on the jaw.
An inside leg kick lands from Sole.
Wuzz shoots in but no luck this time.
Sole thinks about countering with a body kick.
Sole missing with a left hand there. Wuzz was out of range so wasted energy throwing that one.
Wuzz scores with a nice strike.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Wuzz connects with a good right hand that stumbles Sole. Sole circles away out of range and recomposes himself.
Wuzz cracks Sole with a right hand to the side of the head.
Wuzz misses with a few strikes there.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Sole pivots, looking for a leg kick but Wuzz is out of range and Sole settles back down.
Sole ducks down and throws a hook to the body but Wuzz moves away.
Sole fakes and then throws a beautiful body shot. Wuzz looks a bit winded and takes a step backwards to take a breath.
Sole misses with a head kick.
Sole looks to throw a body kick

and Wuzz counters with a takedown into side control.

Wuzz tries for a kimura but Sole is defending well.
Wuzz tries to advance to mount but Sole denies him.
Sole tries to get back to half guard but can't.
Jacks Sole has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Sole is trying to control Wuzz's posture but Wuzz avoids it.
Wuzz tries to advance to mount but Sole denies him.
Sole is trying to control Wuzz's posture but Wuzz avoids it.
Wuzz wants to control but Sole is keeping him busy.

Wuzz goes for an armbar! This could be all over! Wait, no, Sole rolls with the submission and now he's on top in Wuzz's guard! Nice work there by Sole!

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Wuzz trying to control the position.
Sole tries to stand but Wuzz is controlling from the bottom.

Wuzz looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
Wuzz controls Sole momentarily but Sole frees himself.
Sole is frustrating his opponent with some stalling tactics from top position.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
The crowd are showing their displeasure at the lack of action as loud boos ring out around the arena.
Wuzz keeping moving, preventing Sole from controlling successfully.
David Wuzz has got the better of the ground game so far.
Sole is looking to work some ground and pound but Wuzz has wrist control.
Wuzz looking to control.

The referee has decided to stand the fighters back up, so we'll restart on the feet.
Sole throws a wild body kick that Wuzz sees coming a mile off.
A jab from Wuzz does it's job there.
The crowd thankful this round is nearly over.
Sole loads up on a big right hand but Wuzz slips the punch.
Wuzz thows a leg kick but Sole checks it
and Sole counters with an outside leg kick.
Wuzz ducks down and throws a hook to the body but Sole moves away.

And that's the end of the fight!
David Wuzz comfortably won the final round on my scorecard.
Well Wuzz has outworked and out performed his opponent in all aspects of the game today. He was simply too good and the decision should be no more than a formality. Over to the ring announcer for the scorecards.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3 rounds of action, we go to the scorecards for a decision.
Judge Jack Bonds scores the fight 27:30
Judge Frank Antenori scores the fight 27:30
Judge Timothy Bukovac scores the fight 27:30

In favor of your winner, by unanimous decision... David Wuzz!

A very excited looking David Wuzz made sure he remembered to thank all the fans both in the arena and on the internet. He said all the coolest people spend all day on MMA websites, which got a big reaction.
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