Well, I was wrong in just about every fight. Grice v. Black - Grice UD Well, looks like the weight cut was simply too much for Black and Grice showed that his performance against Etim was not a one night deal. Good going for the rookie. Burkman v. Petz - Burkman SD Not really any surprise here. You will see decisions alot tonight. Maia v. Jensen - Maia SUB R1 2:40 Ground wizard Maia beat Jensen. I don't know much about either so... MacDonald v. Okami - Okami UD Once again, no surprise here. Okami simply outclassed MacDonald the entire fight. I was hoping for a stoppage though. Belcher v. Starnes - Belcher Doc R2 1:39 I hate it when a fight is stopped ue to cut especially because Starnes was well on his way to victory, but that is what happens sometimes. Schafer v. Bonnar - Bonnar TKO R2 2:47 Although I was rooting for Schafer, he just isn't well rounded enough to survive in today's UFC. Bonnar used his standup to beat up Schafer standing then used his GnP to pass the guard and force a stoppage. Robinson v. Gurgel - Robinson UD Well, Gurgel certainly didn't live up to the hype. This gives Robinson some good exposure, beating a popular TUF alumni. Sylvai v. Vera - Sylvia UD While Sylvia didn't open up until the final seconds of round 3, he still managed to bully the smaller Vera around the entire fight. If he had fought the entire fight like the closing of R3, he would have won some fans back, but instead played it too safe. COME ON!! We know you can do it, so why don't you? MAIN EVENT UFC MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Challenger Former UFC Middleweight Champion Rich "Ace" Franklin (22W-2L-1NC) Height: 6'1" Weight: 184 lbs. vs. Current UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson "The Spider" Silva (19W-4L-0NC) Height: 5"11" Weight: 184.5 lbs. I said that if Franklin could stay out of the clinch he could succeed against Silva. However, I didn't think he would allow himself to have the cage cut off and be pounded. Which is exactly what happened. Although able to stay out of Silva's dangerous clinch, he alowed himself to be cut off from movement and drilled repeatedly. The bell saved him at the end of round 1 when a smashing right hand crumpled him to the canvas, but could do nothing for the destruction that began round two. Silva caught him against the cage again, punched his way inside and again unleashed his hellacious knees to send Franklin home early. Franklin is now 22-3-1 and Silva is 20-4. Silva KO R2 1:07 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!