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Ultimate Fighting Championship, Vol. 64: Unstoppable

4.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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The UFC middleweight and lightweight titles were on the line Saturday, October 14, 2006 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 185-pound champion Rich Franklin will defends his crown against Anderson Silva, and Sean Sherk and Kenny Florian battle to become just the second 155-pound champ in UFC history at UFC 64: Unstoppable.

Event Bouts: UFC Middleweight Championship Rich Franklin (185) vs. Anderson Silva (185)

Vacant UFC Lightweight Championship Kenny Florian (155) vs. Sean Sherk (154.5)

Jon Fitch (170) vs. Kuniyoshi Hironaka (170 Cheick Kongo (226) vs. Carmelo Marrero (222) Spencer Fisher (155) vs. Joe Lauzon (155) Keith Jardine (205) vs. Mike Nickels (205) Yushin Okami (185) vs. Kalib Starnes (185) Justin James (155) vs. Clay Guida (154.5) Kurt Pellegrino (154.5) vs. Junior Assuncao (155)


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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Zuffa
  • DVD Release Date: May 22, 2007
  • Run Time: 140 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MTFFMC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,221 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By fmwaalex on September 14, 2008
UFC 64
UNSTOPPABLE

This was a very historic event in my mind, mainly because of the huge upset that regardless of what people say now was not expected.

1.KURT PELLEGRINO VS JUNIOR ASSUNCAO-this was a quick opening fight to the event with a great rear naked choke applied by Kurt. Junior did the best he could in this one but he was over come early by Kurt. A great quick opening bout.5/5

2.CLAY GUIDA VS JUSTIN JAMES-the first round of this fight was amazing, both of these guys came to fight and win. It was back and forth between these two the entire round, Clay even gets caught in a deadly arm bar yet slips out. The second round was just as exciting as it went back and forth until it had 20 seconds left in the round. That is were it ended with Clay getting the win with a nice rear naked choke.5/5

3.YUSHIN OKAMI VS KALIB STARNES-good enough first round between these two as most of it is just a feeling out process. Other then a few kicks and punches, and a take down that almost ends it there isn't much in this round. The second round is less active as it is mostly in the clinch the whole round, there is a good take down though. Round 3 more exciting as Okami not only mounts Kalib but also pounds his way to a victory.3.5/5

4.SPENCER FISHER VS DAN LAUZON-this is another quick yet exciting fight as Dan gets two great take downs and even supplies some good ground and pound. But Spencer ends this towards the end of the first with a great knock out, it was obvious that Dan wanted no part of that.5/5

5.CHEICK KONGO VS CARMELO MARRERO-round one was real good as Marrero who I thought at the time was going to get destroyed completely dominated Kongo. He took Cheick down and pounded on him the entire round, Kongo really had no answer for it.
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This was a good card with two title fights and a solid undercard. Ignore the other reviewer who gave it one star because of the image quality. It is fine and he probably got a bad copy of it.
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So, Anderson Silva smeared Chris Leben in a Fight Night in about 49 seconds, right? You take out Leben like that, you've got to be pretty good, or are you? Let's just give the man a title shot to see how good he really is. Doesn't sound too fair, does it? Anderson Silva taking on a seasoned champion such as Rich Franklin. How long could this possibly last? But Rich Franklin admits that this will be his toughest test. Anderson Silva really has no doubts. But then again, neither did Nate Quarry in UFC 56, and Franklin knocked him out, and Quarry was O-U-T! So Franklin is prepared to defend his Middleweight Championship belt. And for the first time in a little while, the UFC is prepared to give a Lightweight Championship to one of two contenders. Sean Sherk and Kenny Florian want that victory! Sherk simply claims that he isn't about to take Kenny lightly, because he is fighting for a world championship title. And with Sherk's experience, he's only lost twice. But in UFC 56, he was TKO'd by none other than GSP, and quite decisively! Kenny Florian, on the other hand, hasn't lost since the first Ultimate Fighter Finale when it went rather quickly against Diego Sanchez. But since then he's shown he isn't one to be messed around with. His elbows are lethal, and fighters such as Alex Karalexis found that out. Kenny sums this fight up pretty easily by saying, "That first mistake he makes, he's cooked." But will it really be that easy?

This is a pretty good night. There are 8 fights total, and I'll list them below.

Kurt Pelligrino vs. Junior Assuncao: Two quick and scrappy lightweights. This doesn't take too long and finishes in the first round.

Clay Guida vs. Justin James: Both men ready to get it on! Wild and wooly Guida against an opponent with some fights under his belt.
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Anderson Silva has arrived in the UFC, and dominated the champ. One of the worst title defenses in history. I respect Franklin but wow, shows holes in his game. Rest of card is good, not the best but solid. Anyways the picture is not that bad actually it looks pretty dope on my TV. In the end if you enjoy mma this is worth purchasing.
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