UFC 101 Declaration


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UFC 101: Declaration


August 08, 2009


Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, PA


Pay-Per-View (10pm ET)


Tickets | Betting


BJ Penn vs. Kenny Florian [T]
Forrest Griffin vs. Anderson Silva
Johny Hendricks vs. Amir Sadollah
Josh Neer vs. Kurt Pellgrino
Ricardo Almeida vs. Kendall Grove


Thales Leites vs. Alessio Sakara
John Howard vs. Tamdan McCrory
George Roop vs. George Sotiropoulos
Dan Cramer vs. Matthew Riddle
Jesse Lennox vs. Danillo Villefort
Shane Nelson vs. Aaron Riley

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40 Comments on "UFC 101 Declaration"

  1. Schmac

    I really like this fight as long as it takes on a good pace. It will probably go the distance because Nog is very tough to knock out and I don't see Randy being submitted. Look for Rashad vs Rampage moved to this event.

  2. rory

    i realli have no idea who is going to win this…maybe randy on decision..cant see the fight being ended by ko or tko maybe by submission but wud say decision

  3. Tim

    I agree this one by deciision but Randy does have some dirty boxing remember the Sylvia fight? Who knows but i see Randy winning.

  4. tyler

    jack, anderson silva has no one else to beat up any more. probably after beating the crap out of leites. he'll have beaten basically every good middleweight. rory. ur an idiot. thiago silva is a black belt in jui jitsu. griffin doesn't have that much jui jitsu. any way, couture vs noguiera is an mma's fan dream fight

  5. shawn m.

    were's the good fights. BJ Pen don't train. goes on vacation. gets his ass beat,then says GSP cheated. maybe next time he'll train!!! dumb ass! he's DANA's pet!!!

  6. tyler

    Shawn, I agree. he's a dick. i like penn just because of his jui jitsu but he thinks because hes the lightweight champion, he can win whatever fights are given to him. i hope florian beats the shit out of hum. i also think that couture nogueira would be awsome under this card.

  7. Jay

    Forrest griffin is NOT GOING to beat Anderson Silva. Forrest is at the same level as washed up stephan bonnar who got dominated by a 22 year old named Jon jones. forrest got knocked out by jardine and rashad and they are not even at anderson striking level. I know all the naysayers are doubting silva again. Just like they against Leitus, Cote, Irvin, Henderson, Marquart, Lutter.

  8. sky

    Wow Jay. Griffin is definitely not washed up. he loses a fight and he's washed up??? Yes he did lose to keith jardine, but he certainly beat the hell out of Rampage. I don't think he'll beat silva, but i don't think many people can.

  9. Brandon

    Griffin has a chance to beat silva if he fights smart silva if he can fight like he did against rampage he has a chance. just cant be stupid

  10. Schmac

    I'm just hoping for an entertaining fight with silva vs griffin. The fight makes good sense, it doesn't put much risk on Silva for serious injury in stepping up in weight class as Forrest couldn't knock out a fly, but at least Silva doesn't have the tremendous reach advantage that he has over everyone in middleweight. Forrest is also pretty good at pushing the pace. A few leg kicks from Forrest would also be welcome so we don't have to watch Silva dance with himself for 3 rounds.

  11. RatAttack

    Rich, why should UFC co-promote fight for Fedor? Affliction proved that they are nothing without Fedor by canceling they whole event. When has the ufc ever canceled a fight because someone couldn't fight (never). Like it or not Dana did the right thing.

  12. Tim

    An Exert From Yahoo Sports MMA:

    Emelianenko remains highly popular in Japan, where they don’t test for steroids and don’t honor U.S. suspensions. Barnett, who has been caught cheating more than once, could be licensed there and conceivably could fight Emelianenko.

    But there are precious few quality opponents for him outside of the UFC. And none of the fights would captivate the world’s interest the way UFC 100 did on July 11.

    Emelianenko is largely unknown in the U.S. despite his 30-1 record and long winning streak. The three pay-per-view shows he headlined in this country – PRIDE 32 in 2006, Affliction 1 in 2008 and Affliction 2 in January – sold a combined total of fewer than 300,000 units.

    UFC 100 alone sold well over 1.5 million.

    Finkelchtein clearly botched the negotiations, but he’s not to blame.

    If Emelianenko really wanted to be in the UFC and fight the best competition in the world, he would have made certain Finkelchtein got it done.

    If you want to blame someone in this fiasco, blame Emelianenko.

    It’s 100 percent his fault.

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