TKO (Punches)
      Chiasson threw some clean long strikes, Mazany looked like she was ready to participate in a squash match, they both traded some strikes back & forth while circling around each other, and then 90 seconds into the round she clinched, unloaded with some big punches when they broke apart, Mazany dropped, and the fight was stopped. Congrats to Chiasson for another one-sided performance. I've been a fan of Macy Chiasson since the first fight I saw of hers in the Ultimate Fighter. I'm glad to see that she's still mauling people in the UFC.
      Mazany threw a kick, Lansberg caught it, and then took her down, but couldn't hold her down, so they popped back up, and Lansberg pressed Mazany against the fence to work a bit from the clinch. Mazany spun her around and tried to work for a takedown, but Lansberg is pretty good at stuffing shots. Lansberg eventually took control of the clinch, and then they reset with 2 minutes left in the round. Lansberg threw a few decent strikes, they clinched some more, and then the round ended. I'm giving that first round to Lansberg.
      The second round started with a lot of clinching, with Lansberg in control, they threw each other around a little bit, and then the referee reset them. Mazany rushed in, scored a takedown 90 seconds into the round, and then Lansberg stood back up immediately, taking control of the clinch again. This fight is all about grinding, and based on control of the clinch, I have Lansberg ahead 20-18 going into the final round. Mazany has scored a couple of takedowns, but she hasn't been able to accomplish anything in the handful of seconds she's spent in control on the ground.
      They traded a few strikes to start the final round, Mazany shot for another takedown, Lansberg stuffed her shot, and they ended up clinching again. I would score this fight 30-27 for Lina Lansberg, as I feel she pretty much controlled the entire fight. All 3 judges agreed, giving her the unanimous decision victory.
      These girls both came out swangin', and then found themselves locking horns with some clinching against the fence, with Wu in control for the most part. Wu rushed Mazany to the ground randomly 2 minutes into the round and landed a big punch, but Mazany quickly popped back up to her feet, only to have Wu press her against the fence again. They hit the ground again, and this time Mazany was on top, and Wu tried to catch her in an armbar or something, but Mazany did a good job staying out of trouble. They stood back up with 30 seconds left, and Wu pressed Mazany against the fence. I guess I would give that round to Mazany?
     The second round involved a lot of clinch grappling as well, until Mazany dumped Wu to the ground, where she tried to take her back against the fence, but Wu sat with her back against the fence, so Mazany just punched her in the face repeatedly instead. Wu eventually stood back up, but they finished the round still just grinding against the fence in the clinch. Wu received a stern warning for grabbing the fence. I'm assuming Mazany is ahead 20-18 going into the final round.
     As Wu walked back to her corner, she told her corner that she can't move her shoulder, and that it hurts. They apparently popped it back into place though? The fight will continue... Mazany scored another takedown 90 seconds into the final round, and pinned Wu against the fence. She worked for some basic ground & pound, while Wu tried to work for some submissions from her guard. Mazany passed to side control with a minute left in the round. This was a decently competitive fight, but I scored it 30-27 for Gina Mazany. All 3 judges agreed, giving Mazany the unanimous decision victory, via an awful lot of grinding.
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
      McMann came out swinging, throwing some really tight punches, and then she took Mazany to the ground just 15 seconds into the opening round. McMann pressed her against the fence, and unloaded with some heavy left hands, before working for back control. Mazany stood back up, and McMann threw her to the ground again, this time landing in full mount. McMann quickly slapped on an arm-triangle choke, and finished the fight by submission. That was a pretty fantastic first round finish by McMann, but considering Mazany really had no business being in there, and she was just a late replacement for Liz Carmouche, and she came in 5 pounds overweight, McMann was the biggest favorite on the card, so this fight shouldn't really be surprising at all. I'm pretty disappointed that Liz Carmouche had to drop out though, because a fight between her & McMann is something that I'm REALLY interested in.
      The first round had Pena beating the shit out of Mazany with aggressive striking, she took down Mazany, and beat the shit out of her on the ground as well. The second round was more of the same, with a lot of brutal punches, she knocked down Mazany, absolutely overwhelmed her, and clearly won the fight by unanimous decision after destroying Mazany over the course of 10 minutes.