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UFC 94 Fight Videos: St. Pierre vs. Penn, Machida vs. Silva + More

(Georges St. Pierre vs. BJ Penn)

(Lyoto Machida vs. Thiago Silva)

(Jon Jones vs. Stephan Bonnar)

(Clay Guida vs. Nate Diaz)

(Karo Parisyan vs. Dong Hyun Kim)


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Anonymous- February 18, 2009 at 8:32 pm
GSP vs Anderson Silva!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

llinear- February 3, 2009 at 8:22 pm
gsp vs penn: fight sould ve been stopped by ref
ps: real mma fans watch fights on mute
Audie Murphy 3/7- February 2, 2009 at 6:54 pm
Why should Rampage vs. Jardine have any bearing on who gets a shot @ Evans? That match up should have as much to do with a title fight as the color and consistency of my toddlers dookie after the superbowl!!! I understand that Jackson is riding a 1 FIGHT winning streak and still exhibits those badass "WWF" antics coming into and leaving the ring, but Machida's record alone should have guaranteed a title shot by now or at least a #1 contender. I'd like to see Machida vs. Lidell even though I KNOW it won't and shouldn't help Machida's case for a title shot, I think it would be entertaining watching Chuck constantly trying his signature looping counterpunches on an opponent that simply isn't there.
Anonymous- February 2, 2009 at 12:29 pm
karo is a bitch and looked like shit
Joey- February 2, 2009 at 12:14 pm
Machida is great, but the UFC keeps pairing him up with these aggressive fighters and the end result is always going to be the same. I'm not saying he hasn't beaten anyone great, but not in the UFC at least. His biggest name opponent was a very out of shape, very slow Tito Ortiz who didn't have much motivation to fight besides getting out of his contract. Besides that, the UFC keeps throwing him scrubs. Sokoudjou? I understand the hype, but being good the first 3 minutes of a fight does not make you a complete fighter. In fact, it makes you kind of shitty, and his record reflects that. As for Thiago Silva, are you fucking kidding me? This guy was outclassed by Machida the second Joe Silva made that pairing. Their records may be the same but when the biggest name you have faced is Houston Alexander, your record is shit compared to someone like Lyoto Machida. I say put Machida vs. some better caliber fighters first. If Randy Couture is willing to move down to LHW, that would be one of the most interesting (Albeit run the risk of being boring) fights to watch as two amazing strategies square off. Or how about Machida against Forrest Griffin? Enough with throwing him these junk fights already!
skidding- February 2, 2009 at 10:11 am
I'm a Machida "lover", but I still enjoyed the Tito match more so than his most recent performance. I don't think Machida was impressive because I don't think Thiago is as good as people think he is and Thiago doesn't seem to have a professional athlete's reflexes. It kinda looked like Machida was getting tired and Machida does not look impressive when he fights people slower and weaker than himself.

I think it's stupid that people like Lyoto all of a sudden because he "looked" more aggressive. He's always looking to strike, but Thiago left himself too open, and clenched up like a deer caught in the headlights. I wish Machida haters would rewatch the "boring" fights after watching some karate tournaments and understanding the hit accurately and dissapear techniques... and watch him execute his sweeps in slow motion and pay attention to how he sets up his moves after learning his opponent's patterns.

After saying that, I don't think Machida is invincible. I would love to see Machida versus Evans because it would be very interesting to see Greg Jackson's gameplan executed with somebody who is faster than Machida.
pierre larouche- February 2, 2009 at 9:57 am
Machida is a brilliant fighter: hit the other guy and dont get hit often.
Why did no one else ever think of that?

Actually, he showed some nice boxing combination and two exceptional judo takedowns.

I dont think he's as complete as Jean-Guy St.Pierre but he's got good at quite a few things.

I like the japanese yellow card idea but how about just using a cattleprod on all the lay and pray guys instead?
Heck, referee doesnt even have to use it... whenever they stop doing anything, all he does is take out the taser out of his holster and hold it up.

Another average card.
It wasnt saved by what should have been a great main event.
GSP fought an amazing flawless fight but a great fight needs two guys to actually fight and not be a crash test dummy.
Both GSP and Silva are so good and their divisions so mediocre that everything else they do is going to be a letdown until they meet.
Nick Diaz- February 2, 2009 at 9:41 am
I would whoop my brothers ass.
walrus- February 2, 2009 at 9:06 am
Guida is the true king of post-fight interviews
Bootylam!- February 2, 2009 at 8:50 am
I ate my old Machida hating words.
MMA Wannabe- February 2, 2009 at 8:37 am
I don't think either Diaz or Guida really deserved a win in that fight.

I keep seeing comments about Guida causing no damage, but what the hell was Diaz doing; hurting Guida's feelings with all the taunting? Hitting his back hard enough to warrant the powerful belches at the end of the rounds? Diaz got jack squat done against Guida, too, so it wouldn't have surprised me either way.

This fight did make me miss the old super-aggressive Guida. He fought conservatively, fearing (righteously) Diaz's ground game.
dude guy- February 2, 2009 at 8:05 am
lmfao at the guida burp
dude guy- February 2, 2009 at 7:46 am
some one should tell Bruce Buffer to stop screaming into the mic.
brwntwn- February 2, 2009 at 7:17 am
Nobody is going to beat Machida for a looooong time. It has been written.
Jugger- February 2, 2009 at 7:00 am
I'm a Machida "hater".

I thought he looked great. That's the hungriest I have seen ever seen him. You could totally see he was fighting with the intention of, not just hitting Silva, but KO'ing him. Great to see him finally use his amazing skill set to finish someone.

Big props to him. Hope this is a new trend.
ruckus- February 2, 2009 at 6:51 am
Diaz did win that fight.
Sosseess- February 2, 2009 at 6:50 am

It's called strategy. Real champions take challenges with an appropriate strategy. BJ, himself, said weight had nothing to do with the fight. BJ ass lickers can make as many excuses as they fuckin' like. It just makes them look dumber for believing the BJ hype.
VEe- February 2, 2009 at 6:41 am
Would love to hear what the Machida haters have to say. Where are they?

That's what happens when Machida is paired against an aggresive striker or good striker. He did the same thing he's done in previous match ups. Franklin, Bonnar, Soukoudjou, "whatever, whoever, I am here!"

Styles makes the match.

UFC 94??
The 2 main events were blowouts. Non-competitive one-sided fights.
One fight where one guy didn't have enough skill to compete.
The last fight displayed a bigger man overwhelming the smaller fighter. Period.
Old, Bald and Irish- February 2, 2009 at 6:33 am

DITTO! I like the yellow card too. It's one thing when there is no action and the ref can stand 'em back up, but Guida's smothering tactics are annoying at the least.

By the way, I thought Diaz won that fight. At least "Captain Caveman" was gracious in his win, but that don't mean a thing to a Diaz!
PRIDE > UFC- February 2, 2009 at 6:11 am
UFC needs yellow cards, lay and prayers like Guida are ruining the sport. Show some real ground skills instead...
RickyRobbie- February 2, 2009 at 6:04 am
Hi my name is GSP, I take the fight to the ground because I am afraid of a 17 pound smaller guy then me.
dude- February 2, 2009 at 5:58 am
Post the Fitch vs. Gono fight with the entrance. LOL!
Andy- February 2, 2009 at 5:36 am

I really want to see gono┬┤s entrance... Is there any way ur posting that one?
armfarmer- February 2, 2009 at 5:19 am
Penn did well the first round, he stuffed all Georges' takedowns. Too bad there's another 20 minutes left afterwards. Penn really needs to get his cardio up to par that was embarassing.
Perennial- February 2, 2009 at 5:05 am
Ah, great. Nice to see this again.