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Dan Henderson Vs Tim Boetsch Set For UFC Fight Night 68

Dan Henderson will remain at middleweight for his next fight as he’s just signed up to take on Tim Boetsch at UFC Fight Night 68 in New Orleans on June 6th. ‘Hendo’ dropped down to 185lbs for his last fight against Lyoto Machida in January in an attempt to get back to winning ways, but it was unsuccessful as he slumped to a first round TKO loss. That was his fifth loss in...
Via Fight Of The Night
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Thales Leites, Thiago Alves and Tim Boetsch Win Bonuses at UFC 183

Following “UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz,” UFC president Dana White awarded Tim Boetsch and Thiago Alves each an additional $50,000 for their special performances on Saturday. Thales Leites double dipped and scored two bonuses. Leites quietly picked up his eighth straight win by submitting Boetsch with an arm triangle choke in the second round of their scrap. Both middleweights won...
27 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Thales Leites Defeats Tim Boetsch via Submission at UFC 183

If I paid money to see a UFC event live there is one thing I would really hoped did not happen. No wins via submission. I wouldn't want any via decision either, but for a novice like myself submissions are kind of dull. Maybe if I knew more about the sport or followed it closely I would appreciate a good arm-triangle choke like the one Thales Leites puts on Tim Boetsch for the win...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Thales Leites survives, then submits Tim Boetsch

LAS VEGAS -- Thales Leites said his plan was to exchange punches with Tim Boetsch Saturday night at UFC 183, but that plan didn't go so well at first. The Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt duked it out with Boetsch and was hurt near the end of the first round. In the second, both men came out swinging again, with Boetsch once again hurting the Brazilian. Leites was dropped to the mat...
Via Fox Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Thales Leites Chokes Tim Boetsch Unconscious At UFC 183

Thales Leites lost the striking battle to Tim Boetsch tonight at UFC 183, but still emerged on top after taking the fight to the mat and slickly tying up a fight-ending arm triangle choke that sent his opponent to sleep. Round One: Boetsch initiates first with a combination of punches and a kick. Leites with a kick and Boetsch looks to land with another punch. Boetsch pressing...
Via Fight Of The Night
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Boetsch TKOs Brad Tavares at UFC Fight Night 47 (Video Highlights)

Tim Boetsch (pictured) was looking to avoid losing four of his last five scraps, including two straight, while Brad Tavares was hoping to dodge the first two-fight losing streak of his career. So, who needed the win more on Saturday? Boetsch probably did, as his job was likely on the line, and he got the W with a dramatic TKO in the second stanza. “The Barbarian” tagged Tavares...
August 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Tim Boetsch Rallies To TKO Brad Tavares At UFC Fight Night 47

For much of his bout tonight at UFC Fight Night 47 Brad Tavares looked to be very much in control, but out of nowhere mid-way through the second round Tim Boetsch dropped him twice in the space of 10 seconds to earn a much needed TKO victory. Round One: Boetsch in on an early takedown, but Tavares stuffs it and presses him up against the cage. Knee to the midsection from Boetsch...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC 172: Luke Rockhold vs. Tim Boetsch (Video Highlights)

That Luke Rockhold (pictured) is so dreamy. Alright, ladies. We get it. The former Strikeforce middleweight champion is MMA’s version of Tom Ngo – I mean, Brad Pitt. However, if you’re able to see past Rockhold’s good looks you’ll quickly realize that he’s a very good fighter. Just ask Tim Boetsch, he’ll tell ya. It took Rockhold all of 128 seconds to submit “The...
April 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Luke Rockhold absolutely dominates Tim Boetsch

I picked Luke Rockhold to come into UFC 172 and beat Tim Boetsch, I just suspected Boetsch would turn it into one of his usual dogfights that would end up being a tough night for everyone. I was dead wrong, I admit it. From the outset, Rockhold had Boetsch tied up and in trouble with his superior grappling. Luke almost pulled off the ultra-rare inverted triangle, but Boetsh was only...
Via Fight Hub TV
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Luke Rockhold Taps Out Tim Boetsch With A Kimura At UFC 172

Luke Rockhold made short work of Tim Boetsch tonight at UFC 172, locking up a reverse triangle choke attempt early and then finishing with a kimura. Round One: Boetsch with an early body kick and then he’s circling before landing a leg kick. Then Boetsch looks for a takedown and there’s a beautiful rolling scramble sequence with Rockhold ending up on top with Boetsch turtled...
Via Fight Of The Night
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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