Found August 18, 2012 on hov-mma:


• Light Heavyweight Bout: Ovince St. Preux (12-5) knocks out T.J. Cook (12-5) with a left hook from the 20th row (Round 3, 0:20). Cook just couldn't take anymore. He may have been KO'ed in the first and ended the round throwing some haymakers putting OSP in some danger of his own. Cook came out in the 3rd looking like death. His team put him in danger by even letting him answer the bell and he paid dearly. Hopefully Cook recovers and we see this warrior in the cage again.

• Middleweight Bout: Anthony Smith (17-8) defeats Lumumba Sayers (6-3) via triangle choke (Round 1, 3:52). Lumumba makes sure to remind us, just seconds after he taps, that he still praises God, and the Lord is on his side, win or lose.

• Welterweight Bout:  Tarec Saffiedine (13-3) defeats Roger Bowling (11-3) via UD (30-27 x 3). The stats may have looked close but Saffiedine did more damage utilizing his clinch work and deadly combos.

• Middleweight Bout: Ronaldo Souza (16-3) defeats Derek Brunson (9-2) via KO (punches) with a quickness. Round 1, 0:41

• Bantamweight Championship Bout: Ronda Rousey (C) (5-0) vs. Sarah Kaufman (15-1)


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