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Belcher TKO’s Gouveia, Grant levels Burns & Palhares taps Linhares during UFC 107 prelims

107Beatdowns and submissions highlighted the preliminary portion of UFC 107, as four of the six scheduled bouts ended violently.

Alan Belcher and Wilson Gouveia played rock’em sock’em robots for a good chunk of their catchweight brawl before it was Belcher that capitalized with a series of hooks and a big uppercut that put the ATT fighter on the canvas, and a few more well placed punches provided the icing on the cake and the TKO victory for Belcher.

It wasn’t a good night for Kevin Burns. After taking a miserably painful kick to the junk midway through the first, the foul plagued UFC veteran wound up on the bad end of a huge right hand from T.J. Grant that put him flat on the canvas before being swarmed for the TKO finish with just seconds remaining on the clock.

It was Rousimar Palhares that came out on top of the battle between Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belts as Lucio Linhares found himself unexpectedly tapping out to a lightning quick heel book in the second round.

A full list of the preliminary card results from UFC 107 are listed below:

T.J. Grant def. Kevin Burns via TKO – Round 1

DaMarques Johnson def. Edgar Garcia via submission (triangle choke) – Round 1

Rousimar Palhares def. Lucio Linhares via submission (heel hook) – Round 2

Johny Hendricks def. Ricardo Funch via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-25)

Matt Wiman def. Shane Nelson via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Alan Belcher def. Wilson Gouveia via TKO – Round 1

  • atreezy says:

    Was anyone else drunk when they watched this? Made it way more awesome. All the prelims went how I thought they would, but for some reason I didn’t think Belcher could pull it off with pink shorts and cornrolls. He layed a beatdown tho…all props to him

  • dpk says:

    I think Gouveia is done in UFC for at least a little while. He missed weight, and then despite the fun fight, got TKO’d in the first.

  • atreezy says:

    Exactly. I was saying in an earlier article…its the second time he’s had trouble making middleweight. And it’s not like he’s jacked or anything. All of that aside, he was throwin’ bombs until he got caught. Maybe he’ll get another chance, but Mr. Joe Silva will cut a man whenever he feels like it


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