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Ufc 81 Breaking Point

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February 2, 2008 The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Las Vegas with a card so big the Mandalay Bay Events Center can barely contain it. Former pro wrestling superstar Brock Lesnar makes his UFC debut in an explosive battle against ex-heavyweight

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Ufc
  • DVD Release Date: May 27, 2008
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002GY9FGI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #309,827 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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WOW, this was a very good event. Not only did Pride champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira fight for the interim title, but Brock Lesnar makes his huge UFC debut. If you havent seen this event yet, i strongly recommend buying it. It was one of the best i've seen. I wont spoil the results for you but lots of fights dont go the distance.

PRELIMINARY CARD
Chris Lytle vs. Kyle Bradley
Terry Martin vs. Marvin Eastman
Keita Nakamura Vs. Rob Emerson

David Heath vs. Tim Boetsch
Tim Boetsch makes his UFC debut against David Heath who is coming off 2 losses from Babalu and Machida. Wow did this fight surprise me. You never know what to expect from a guy making a debut but Boetsch showed us very impressive striking. Front leg kicks and vicious strikes to a redneck judo throw end this fight in the first round.

MAIN CARD
Tyson Griffin vs. Gleison Tibau

Rob Yundt vs. Ricardo Almeida
Ricard Almeida is a UFC veteran and I was really looking forward to his return. , replacement for an injured Alan Belcher, makes his UFC debut. This turned out to be a great ground battle with lots of excitement. Doesn't make it past the first round but both guys looked good.

Nate Marquardt vs. Jeremy Horn
Nathan Marquardt, coming off a loss to Anderson Silva takes on one of the most experience mma fighters Jeremy Horn. With a record of -----, Jeremy Horn has a great amount of experience and is one of the best submission guys out there. Marquardt, coming off the loss to Silva was hungry for a victory, and possibly a rematch with Silva later on. Horn was a late replacement and came into the fight looking rather chubby. The fight was excellent while it lasted and doesn't make it to the decision.

Brock Lesnar vs.
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Oh boy! Brock Lesnar in the UFC, making his debut against a former champion, Frank Mir. Up to this point, Mir has had somewhat of a shaky comeback. His return was a first round TKO loss to newcomer, Marcio Cruz, in UFC 57. His next fight was a Unanimous decision win over Dan Christison in UFC 61. Then he lost in just over a minute in UFC 65 against Brandon Vera. But in UFC 74 he looked like the old Mir, and he submitted Antoni Hardonk at 1:17! But seriously, was Frank Mir back for real? Moronic, Barbaric, and quite frankly BRASH Brock Lesnar is taking on the challenge to answer the question for Frank Mir. Despite Frank Mir being a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu master, and a brilliant wizard on the ground, Lesnar thinks this is nothing. I mean, come on! Brock Lesnar owns a 1-0 MMA record over Min Soo Kim by TKO. Does anybody know who Min Soo Kim is? I don't either. Frank Mir, well, he's ready to fight.

Then you have a title shot for two very eager contenders. Although interim, the Heavyweight title is up for grabs. And yeah, Tim Sylvia is one of the contenders. Sylvia has been champion, and he loves that belt. But former Pride champion, Antonio "Minotauro" Nogueira wants the belt too, and he's never been finished. And his 4 losses have only come at the hands of Fedor Emelianenko, Dan Henderson and Josh Barnett. Tim Sylvia wants to be the first to knock out Nogueira. That would be saying something, and a great way to win the belt.

This is Breaking Point, UFC 81! There are 9 fights total, and I'll list them below.

Rob Emerson vs. Keita Nakamura: Emerson is coming off of a ruthless no contest in the Ultimate Fighter 5 Finale when he fought Gray Maynard. And Nakamura wants a first win as well.
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Since the UFC puts on ok but not great cards for their $44.95 ppv fee, I don't purchase the ppv and wait for the dvd's to come out a few months later. This was a good card, especially the main event and is worth watching. Funny, Tim Sylvia is at his best in this fight, aggressive and really trying to take it to Nog, but........ (I dont want to spoil it for anybody who hasnt seen it.) Brock Lesnar makes his debut and shows some real serious potential as a mma fighter, even though his debut is quite brief. Good card but by no means great. Purchase Pride 33 Second Coming or Pride Shockwave if you would like to see a GREAT card packed with top fighters.
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