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The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Atlanta for the first time since 2008 with a light heavyweight bout two years in the making. The UFC 205-pound champion Jon ''Bones'' Jones defends his crown for the third time against former title holder ''Suga'' Rashad Evans. They once were friends, but now the time has come for them to settle their grudge in the Octagon.

Bonus Features: Countdown to UFC 145, Weigh-In Show, Behind the Scenes, UFC.com Featurette

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jon Jones, Rashad Evans, Che Mills, Mark Hominick
  • Directors: Not Provided
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: July 31, 2012
  • Run Time: 299 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007VYEBAS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,491 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By A. Irey on May 9, 2012
The big headline for this card was title fight featuring Jon Jones and Rashad Evans. With a lot of emotion coming from both sides on this one we were looking at could possibly be the most heated title fight since Liddell/Ortiz II back at UFC 66.

Starting the night off was Mark Bocek against John Alessio. Mark Bocek has been a pretty good go in the lightweight division with most of his losses only coming to the top of the division, and that's saying a lot as the lightweight division is the most stacked division in the entire UFC in my opinion. So it was announced that John Alessio was making his UFC return against Bocek there was good reason to worry. Alessio has been all over, fighting in the UFC, WEC, PRIDE, and Dream to name a few promotions, and was going into this fight with on a three fight win streak. The one thing about this fight was that it seems to almost hit the second gear where things look kinda exciting and then it doesn't exactly go any further than it should did. It's pretty one sided with a majority of control being performed by one fighter.

Mark Hominick may be most recognized by fighters as the man who fought Jose Aldo in front of his hometown crowd at UFC 129 last year and failed to capture the title in what was a fun fight. Unfortunately he has since been victim to what was tied as the fastest knockout in UFC history following his next fight against Chan-Sung Jung. After that loss Hominick was looking to get back to his winning ways and end the fight in spectacular fashion. His opponent, Eddie Yagin, is a relative newcomer in the UFC and lost in his debut. So, looking to set his foot in the door the way he had originally intended the Hawaiian featherweight went into this fight looking to swing off Hominick's head.
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The main event wasn't the one sided blowout that everyone says it was; but I would've like to have seen Jones and Evans try and go for the the finish a little more.The Eddie Yagin vs Mark Hominick match got fight of the night which I thought it deserved. The Matt Brown vs Stephen Thompson fight was my favorite though. Overall 8 of the 12 matches were enertaining to watch making this a decent card overall.
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There 3 riveting fights in this DVD. It deserves 5 stars

The first one was between Mark Hominick and Eddie Yagin. It's an even match. Both of them steadily exchanged fists. No one seemed to be better than the other. Then at 1 minute 30 seconds of round 1, fighter 1 was knocked down. Then fighter 2 got on top of him and kept pounding him. Fighter 1 now got cuts around both of his eyes. They were covered with blood but he kept pressing. It's amazing!

In round 2, at 1 minute 49 seconds, fighter 1 was knocked down again. Again fighter 2 was on top of him and kept pounding him. Then at 2 minutes 44 seconds, fighter 1 was able to get up. Then he made fighter 2 pay. Now, fighter 2's face was covered in blood.

After 3 rounds, fighter 1 won by split decisions. It's a suspenseful and unpredictable match.
Sorry, I can't refer these fighters by their real names. Otherwise, it will ruin your enjoyment.

The second riveting fight was between Brendan Schaub and Ben Rothwell. Fighter 1 kept pressing fighter 2. Then at 1 minute 9 seconds of round 1, fighter 1 was knocked down! It's unbelievable. You have to see it to believe it.

The third interesting fight was between Rory Macdonald and Che Mills. Rory was born in 1989 in British Colombia, Canada. So, at the time of this fight, 2012, he was 23 years old. This fight was also captivating.

The main event, Jon Jones versus Rachard Evans was boring because it was so lopsided.
In short, this DVD deserves 5 stars.
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Jones is one hell of a fighter but i wish he did more in this fight. He was carful and decisive. I collect all UFC but i don't watch this one to often.
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