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Goriest MMA event ever?

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  1. Seven30 Brown Belt

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    I've been looking at a lot of photos from UFC 155 & I noticed that sh*t got UGLY on that card. Between J-Lau's head turning into a sieve, Boetsch's gash & the transformation that Cain gave JDS before our very eyes, I'd say there were some pretty brutal moments. Junior walked in the cage looking like JDS. He left looking like Bigfoot Silva. J-Lau lost so much blood that he was a Flyweight by the end of the fight. Not a "Just Bleed" guy by a long shot, but recalling the event got me to wondering what was the bloodiest/goriest/most brutal MMA card that you can think of? Collectively speaking, of course....
     
  2. OverGodReem** Yellow Belt

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    Ufc 33, ufc 149.
     
  3. eXtv Red Belt

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    UFC 155 is definitely up there, alot of nasty "transformations" on that card.
     
  4. Kaoklai Blue Belt

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    Corey Hill broken leg, Razak Al Hassan arm hyper extended, Yoshiyuki Yoshida devastatingly KO'd. Maybe forgetting some other stuff..

    Just looked it up and also Brandon Wolff had some nasty swelling from Ben Saunder's knees.
     
  5. Dust2000 Purple Belt

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    Jlau was definetly the bloodiest fight I've seen since I started watching MMA

    A lot worse than Bigfoot, Randy, Stevenson and Sanchez
     
  6. MCS Show mercy to those sheep

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    Agree. The most brutal card I've seen. Won't cringe with that again.
     
  7. Seven30 Brown Belt

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    FUUUUUUU*K!!!! I buried the memory of that card & you just jarred it loose....lol. OMG, that was a BRUTAL card!!!! HORRIFIC!!!
    I was saying the same thing as the fight kept going & the blood kept pouring....that was baaaaaad.
     
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    When I saw Corey Hill broke his leg, I almost ate my fingers along with my hand.
     
  9. smiles mma Brown Belt

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    wasnt there also a broken nose. the noodle leg alone gave me nightmares
     
  10. GordaoPreguico Red Belt

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    I think the dullness of the rest of the card brought it down a few notches.
     
  11. Righteous Jon Orange Belt

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    No way, Stevenson was so bad, but so was bigfoot, it happened in the first couple seconds of the first round.

    Cain had that cut spewing blood everywhere. The ring was plastered in blood in the first minute, no way it was not the bloodiest. What if the fight went on for 3 rounds? It would have to have been stopped from sheer blood loss, literally or else bigfoot would have bled to death!
     
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    Especially when he "stepped" on it.....ARGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  13. Kaoklai Blue Belt

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    Don't remember a broken nose but there was also a rib injury...
     
  14. Dust2000 Purple Belt

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    I don't get it, Bigfoot would have been worse if the fight had gone on but it ended so quick so there was no way it was as bad as JLau consistently bleeding for 3 rounds
     
  15. Mikeyz Silver Belt

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    Yeah, UFC 155 was definitely up there, but UFC 33 was pretty gory too
     
  16. BearGrounds A great many scalps.

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    This right here. Bodies mangled and a man so unconscious he's seemingly dead and the troops didn't even have to be in combat to see it.
     
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    A random side note, but I wonder why Hill was cut from the UFC after that fight. Not sure what his contract said, but I feel it's pretty f'd up to cut a guy for a "loss" after he breaks his leg kicking somebody. I haven't seen the fight in a while, so I don't recall if he was doing well in it, but still, I find it hard to call that a two fight skid based on the broken leg. I'm surprised he didn't get one more shot, regardless of the fact that he hasn't done well since.
     
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    Yeah it had a unusually high amount of injuries. Not the goriest but, definitely the most brutal.
     
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    You think he was worse then Stevenson?
     

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