Invicta 27 - Kianzad vs Kaufman - Kansas City

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  1. PuertoRican

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    Seems like only yesterday when Invicta fights were worth watching. Even the prelims used to be good.

    First 2 fights on Invicta 27 sucked, especially fight #2.
     
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    I vehemently disagree. This Thai girl is a great prospect. Awesome knees & elbows and trips. You can see her striking experience. These are exactly the kind of debuting or 1-0 type of fighters they need to build on the prelims to fill their divisions.
     
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    Last minute addition of "vehemently." I like your style. :)

    Anyway, if you think she looked good, okay then. She wasn't good from my point of view.
     
  4. PuertoRican

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    Nice performance from Mallory Martin. I liked her body shots and trip take downs.

    I wasn't sure if she was starting to fade when R2 started or not, but it didn't matter once she got the take down.
     
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    Spencer vs. Al-Hammeed reminds me of Cerrone vs. Brown.

    Action-packed striking battle, and Spencer keeps landing head kicks. Let's see what happens when Al-Hammeed starts to slow down.
     
  6. Naught2Sixty

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    Spencer is a warrior. Gonna keep an eye on that one.
     
  7. PuertoRican

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    Yeah, Spencer's fights have been entertaining in Invicta thus far.

    She still has plenty to work on, but she reminds me of a better version of Leslie Smith, both in fight style and her movement. Spencer has better kicks though.
     
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  8. JimGunn

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    Money fights about to start. I'm on Muraski as a +175 underdog vs the debuting Guamanian Brogan Walker-Sanchez.
     
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    Not sure how to score R1 of the Sanchez/Muraski fight. Possibly 1-0 to Muraski, even though she didn't do much of anything on top. Sanchez has the clear advantage on the feet.

    This could turn into a shitty fight if Sanchez can't stop the TD. Muraski will just waste time on top and win a UD.
     
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    Not sure we're allowed to give spoilers in this thread since there isn't a pbp up. Don't want ya to get banned.

    Edit: That's not a spoiler lol. Sorry
     
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    Muraski looking good, up 20-18 after two rounds, imho.
     
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    I give Round 2 to Sanchez. The TD by Muraski with 15 seconds left didn't mean anything, as Sanchez instantly wiggled her body into a failed leg lock where she held her leg until the round was over and was basically stalled out.
     
  13. PuertoRican

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    All three rounds were kind of close, so I'm not sure who won.

    Shitty fight either way.

    R1: Muraski, I guess?
    R2: Sanchez, but not dominant
    R3: Muraski, maybe? Closest round of the fight
     
  14. JimGunn

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    Was a close bout with the way they were clinching, shame to lose that split decision.
     
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    Backing Smashley as a favorite next.
     
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    How could you not back her with a nickname like that?
     
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    I am on all the favs going forward, but Kauffman looking so soft is a concern.
     
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    Jacobson is in danger of losing this unless she can stay on top and do damage in round 3.
     
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    Jacobson gave away round1 with fixing her top. I think she won 2 and now dominating 3
     
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    I liked how Nichols fought though. Just could not stop the te.
     

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