Posts Tagged ‘David Heath’

Defining The Dragon – Machida’s Most Memorable Moments

Thomas sent this in: One of the light heavyweight division’s most highly anticipated rematches takes place at Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday, May 8th, when champion Lyoto Machida defends his crown against Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. The first bout saw Machida pushed to the edge before he emerged victorious via five round decision, and it was […]

Octagon Buzz MMA News And Notes

A busy week thus far in the world of MMA – with a Canadian flavor to it – and lots to cover, so let’s get to it, shall we?  Thanks to our friends at Sherdog for the knowledge.  We’ll start with some Denis Kang news: Middleweight Denis Kang has plenty of reasons to redeem himself; […]

Lee Replaced At UFC 88 By Patt

Because of an undisclosed injury, James Lee will be replaced on the UFC 88 card by BoDogFIGHT veteran Mike Patt, according to MMAWeekly; Patt will face Lee’s original opponent, Tim Boetsch.  Patt’s MMA record is 11-2 with his most recent bout being a win over Adam Rodman at Fight Time Productions‘ November 2007 event while Boetsch […]

Ortiz, Sobral To Fight On Next Affliction Card?

I wouldn’t go so far as to say it is etched in stone yet, but according to Steve Cofield of Yahoo! Sports, sources are indicating that Tito Ortiz and Renato Sobral will fight in the co-main event at Affliction‘s next event on October 11 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV, with the […]

UFC Presents Half-Year Knockout Awards

They’re unofficial, but Thomas Gerbasi of UFC.com reports that the best knockouts oif the first half of 2008 were released by the UFC Wednesday.  The top 5 are: 5.  Tim Boetsch defeats David Heath by “Barbarian Toss” in the first round. — Late replacement Boetsch, who was filling in at the last minute for Anthony […]

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