(photos via MADCreativity.com)
Ok so maybe this last PPV fight was a bit lackluster but thanks to sexy Tayler May we are putting the spring back in your step this week. Coming in at 5'7" with a very impressive 34DD-28-36 frame she is making her rounds in the modeling circuit and picking up some nice credits along the way. She has been in Strobe Magazine, is featured on the Florida Girls 2014 Calendar and Aphrodisiac Ice Cream promos just to name a few. We could spend days staring at her big, beautiful...green eyes, so we had our photog snap some sexy pictures of this lovely brunette Florida beauty for you lucky readers to enjoy. Be sure to follow and like her official Facebook page to keep up with her. Join us after the jump for a very revealing look at tantalizing Tayler!
Uncle Dana is packing up the kids and going on a road trip down south...way south as the UFC goes back to Brazil on May 18th for UFC on FX. Hopefully we'll have paid our cable bill by then so we can check it out. Looks to be a good card. For full card info go to UFC.com
UFC on FX 8: "Belfort vs. Rockhold"
Date: Sat., May 18, 2013 on FX, FUEL TV and Facebook
Location: Arena Jaragua in Santa Catarina, Brazil.
185 lbs.: Vitor Belfort vs. Luke Rockhold
FX Channel Main Card (9 p.m. ET):
185 lbs.: Constantinos Philippou vs. Ronaldo Souza
185 lbs.: Chris Camozzi vs. Rafael Natal
155 lbs.: Rafael dos Anjos vs. Evan Dunham
FUEL TV "Prelims (6 p.m. ET):
145 lbs.: Hacran Dias vs. Nik Lentz
155 lbs.: Mike Rio vs. Francisco Trinaldo
145 lbs.: Yuri Alcantara vs. Iliarde Santos
170 lbs.: Michel Richard dos Prazeres vs. Paulo Thiago
125 lbs.: Azamat Gashimov vs. John Lineker
205 lbs.: Roger Hollett vs. Fabio Maldonado
Facebook "Prelims" (4:30 p.m. ET):
155 lbs.: John Cholish vs. Gleison Tibau
125 lbs.: Chris Cariaso vs. Jussier Formiga
155 lbs.: Jeremy Larsen vs. Lucas Martins
(video via UFC)
Check out the official UFC 159 post fight press conference as the fighters and Dana White give their thoughts on the night's events.
Well I guess we were getting a bit spoiled. With all the amazing fights on FX and Fox that reminded us just how awesome a great card could be, UFC 159 went down this weekend with it's fair share of decisions, controversies, slow paced fights and ultimately a main event that was so lopsided it looked like an anti bullying commercial. The card had more fight ending eye pokes than KO's. Ovince St. Preux and Michael Bisping both managed to stick their finger in the eye of their opponent leaving them unable to continue, forcing the fight to go to the score cards on their way to victories. The much anticipated ground battle between elite wrestling and brazilian jiu jitsu was instead replaced by a lackluster kickboxing match as Phil Davis picked apart Vinny Magalhaes with constant jabs and shutting down any attempt to go to the ground. The highlights of the card belonged to Sara McMann as she made her UFC debut by crushing Sheila Gaff in the first round. Pat Healy and Jim Miller went to war as Healy eventually wore down the always dangerous Miller and sunk in the rear naked choke in the third round. Roy Nelson could have literally been eating a whopper as he made easy work of Cheick Congo, putting him to sleep via brutal KO in the first round.
The main event between Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen went as the odds makers predicted. Sonnen looked every bit the underdog as Jon Jones dominated him at his own game. Working the clinch, out wrestling him and smashing him from the top position. Unlike the Anderson Silva fights where Sonnen made Silva look beatable, he had no answer and was outmatched in every way by Jones. The end came quickly in the first round as Sonnen eventually turtled up while Jones kept brutally landing elbows. Although he initially protested the stoppage Sonnen quickly said Jones was the best fighter he has ever faced, and when asked who was the better pound for pound fighter he said Jones over Silva with no hesitation.
Full results after the jump: