UFC 87 Results Brock Lesnar and Georges St. Pierre

Monday, August 11, 2008 / Comments (3) / by kumander / PERMALINK

UFC 87 Brock Lesnar and Heath HerringBrock Lesnar in a dominant performance defeat Heath Herring by unanimous decision, 30-26, 30-26,. 30-26.The 2000 NCAA Heavyweight Wrestling Champion Lesnar, played well to a hometown crowd at The Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Lesnar blasted Herring right at the opening :30 seconds of the first round with a monster right punch that sent his opponent rolling on mat of the octagon. Herring, who is a very experienced Octagon fighter, was lucky to have not been knocked out by the blow, and his left eye swelled shut almost.



Everytime Herring would try to get to his feet, Lesnar would just went back to brawling, throwing vicious knees and doing everything to take Herring down and maintain total control.

Lesnar dominated the entire fight and simply held on to his dominant position most of the fight.

The main event was Georges St. Pierre vs. Jon Fitch.

UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre retained his title via-unanimous 5-round decision over #1 contender Jon Fitch. St. Pierre showed superior striking, speed and power as he blasted Fitch with right hands in every round.


Other card results for UFC 87 Seek And Destroy:

Maia defeated MacDonald by submission (rear naked choke).
Florian defeated Huerta by Unanimous Decision, all three judges scored the bout 30-27.
Emerson defeated Gamburyan by KO on round 1.


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3 comments:

Shimumsy @ August 11, 2008 at 6:59 PM

hi, i'm here to visit you. how are you? hope everything is fine. you are boxing fan. me i only watch boxing because of pacquiao. have a great day.

Stronys Cathalonia @ August 11, 2008 at 11:46 PM

oooooooooohhhhhh., hoping to see a replay or something but read your post so i know who will win now...

Cats @ August 12, 2008 at 9:21 AM

Nice to see Lesnar doing well ~ I always felt that he was the strongest athlete that I'd ever seen in WWE..

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