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UFC 156 Play-by-Play: Chico Camus vs. Dustin Kimura

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Chico Camus vs. Dustin Kimura

Round 1: Kimura moves in with a jab.  Camus steps forward and lands a hard right hand.  Camus closes the distance and secures a takedown.  Camus works inside Kimura’s full guard.  Kimura works a high guard.  Kimura is active from the bottom.  Kimura works for a oma plata and uses it to sweep.  Kimura takes Camus’ back.  Camus gains top position.  Kimura doing a good job of not taking damage.  Kimura looks for an arm bar.  Camus defends the position.  The round ends.  MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Camus.

Round 2: Camus lands an outside leg kick to start the round.  Camus lands a right hand.  Camus moves on the outside.  He steps in with an outside leg kick.  Kimura lands a right hand.  Camus landing his leg kicks regularly.  He switches stances and circles on the outside.  Kimura lands a right hand.  Camus closes the distance and presses Kimura against the cage.  Kimura lands short punches to the body.  They exchange knees to the body inside the clinch.  Kimura turns him and separates.  Camus quickly drops down and secures a takedown.  Kimura works for an arm bar.  Camus steps over and gets out of it.  Kimura works for a triangle choke.  Kimura works for a straight arm bar.  The bell sounds.  MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Camus.

Round 3: Kimura lands his jab, but Camus answers with a right hand.  Kimura steps in and Camus drops down and works for a takedown.  He presses Kimura against the cage.  Camus lands a right hand and drops down for a takedown.  Kimura gains top position and lands in the mount.  Camus rolls, giving up his back.  Kimura locks on a rear naked choke and Camus is forced to tap out.

The official time of the submission was 1:50 of the third round.

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  • Lono

    Even the mma weekly judges don’t recognize an active, threatening guard and reward top position even when you’re losing

  • coolman

    horrible scoring, dustin was dominating the ground first two rounds