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I for one, do not believe that this fight was stopped early. When a knee connects to a head, and the body that owns that head flops to the ground… Well, the fight is over. Frank Mir says he was “flash KOd” and fine. Well, flash or not, a KO is a KO in my book. Can we agree on that? If anything, the ref did his job and saved Mir from a lot of punishment.
Josh Barnett agrees. This is what he said on Sherdog Radio:
“I knew that he was right on the edge of being finished even up to 20 seconds before that,” said Barnett. “I could feel it really coming on. I could smell blood. As soon as I hit him with that knee and he just hit the floor, the boost was kicking in. I was just kind of going to absolute rampage all over him, and there was no way he was getting through that.”
“It was only controversial because Hinds stepped in right at the moment, right at the first absolute point he could come in there … to keep him from really getting hurt bad. Frank jumped up and made a huge stink about it...
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A heavyweight battle between former multi-promotion champion Alistair Overeem and former UFC champion Frank Mir has been added to the UFC's 20th anniversary show. Adam Hill of the Las Vegas Review-Journal broke the news of this bout being added the the main card of UFC 167 just moments ago. Both heavyweights are currently looking to rebound from some tough losses respectively...
The following announcement was made via the UFC’s official website Heavyweight superstars Alistair Overeem and Frank Mir will look to get back on track when they face each other in a pivotal bout on November 16th’s UFC 167 card at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. A former Strikeforce, Dream, and K-1 World Grand Prix champion, Overeem owns wins over Brock […]
Just five days after Frank Mir (pictured) suffered a controversial TKO loss to Josh Barnett at UFC 164, the former heavyweight champion will get a change to get right back at it.
On Thursday night, Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Mir will meet Alistair Overeem at UFC 167 on November 16. The UFC subsequently confirmed the news by retweeting the article.
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Heavyweight standouts Alistair Overeem (36-13 (1nc)) and Frank Mir (16-8, pictured) will get a shot at redemption, following disappointing losses in their most recent bouts, with the UFC confirming that the pair will meet at UFC 167, an event that is set to mark the promotion’s twentieth anniversary. Boom! RT @AdamHillLVRJ: Just when […]
Yesterday it was announced that Alistair Overeem will face Frank Mir at UFC 167. The addition of this fight into the card is making for one impressive night of fights. UFC 167 already boasts GSP vs. Hendricks, Evans vs. Sonnen, and MacDonald vs. Lawler. One can only assume that this is Overeem’s last shot at [...]
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It was announced yesterday by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and confirmed by the UFC that former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem will fight former two time UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir at UFC 167. This show has been dubbed as the 20th anniversary show of the organization.
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Little over a year ago, Alistair Overeem and Frank Mir were two of the UFC heavyweight division's top contenders. These days, the two are both in desperate need of a win. On Nov. 16 , one of them will find victory at the other's expense. The two have agreed to face off at UFC 167, the UFC confirmed to FOX Sports on Thursday.
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