Via The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog
January 16, 2012
Saturday night at UFC 142 was the time and place for one of the most dynamic ****-outs in UFC history. It happened in the first pay-per-view match of the night between lightweights, Edson Barboza and Terry Etim.
Barboza is now 10-0, and looking for a bigger name as his next opponent.
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We didn't have time to give this nasty wheel kick KO the proper treatment last night, but here's Edson Barboza's heel applied to Terry Etim's face in extreme slow motion, from Saturday's UFC 142 lightweight event. More »
So Edson Barboza pretty much knocked Terry Etim’s head off his body. Edson Barboza TKO The UFC will probably take that video down, but if so here is the link the the Deadspin Article. http://deadspin.com/5876194/edson-barboza-brutally-knocked-out-terry-etim-with-a-kick-to-the-face So where does the rank in the ranks of great knockouts? How does that compare to Gabriel Gonzaga/ [...]
After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Terry Etem and Rousimar Palhares each an additional $65,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC 142: Aldo vs. Mendes.” Edson Barboza (Pictured) took home two bonuses.
Barboza started off 2012 is spectacular fashion by providing the UFC with a highlight reel clip they’ll be able to...
While much of America was gripped by the NFL playoffs Saturday night, fight-fans the world over were glued to their television watching the action unfolding inside the Octagon in Rio De Janeiro. UFC 142 didn't just have everything you could ask for -- it had things that the viewer at home had never even thought of requesting.
In the first fight of the main card, there was an...
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