|09-12-2010, 12:54 AM||#1|
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MFC 26 Rertribution
Watched the show on HD Net last night one of the biggest cuts I have ever seen. Couldn't find a You Tube vid up yet.
MFC lightweight champ Antonio McKee left no doubt as to who wears the biggest crown in the organization. Much-maligned for his "boring" style and vowing to retire if his opponent could last the five-round distance with him, McKee (25-3-2) punished Brazilian foe Luciano Azevedo (16-9) with a wicked slam and then proceeded to demolish him with relentless ground-and-pound.
Two devastating elbows strikes carved a huge gash in Azevedo's forehead and a after a brief check by the ringside physician, referee Frank Geric waved the fight to a rightful stoppage just 3:11 into the opening stanza. The victory was just McKee's third TKO win of his career and the Lakewood, California, product not only retained his belt but remains unbeaten in his past 15 fights spanning seven years. Though only seven of his 25 career wins have been of the non-decision variety, this decisive verdict should serve some notice to McKee's many critics that he can truly be an entertaining finisher.
"Whoever the MFC puts in front of me next, I'll whoop their ass too," said McKee. "I guess it's not true - you can teach an old dog new tricks. And I want to thank (HDNet commentator) Guy Mezger for bringing the best out of me."
Originally Posted by Shido
He makes really stupid comments one after another like a gattling gun of stupid