jason hughesCorrespondent IFebruary 21, 2010

LAS VEGAS - NOVEMBER 21: George Sotiropoulos (Top) battles Jason Dent (Bottom) during their Lightweight Fight at the UFC 106 at Mandalay Bay Events Center on November 21, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)
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 No Antonio  Noguera was not saved by a bell again, he was stunned, yes stunned, but as a lifelong veteren of combat sports i was no more suprised at the early stoppage in this fight than i was with the Mir, Noguera fight.

   TWO LAME STOPPAGES IN TWO CARBON COPY FIGHTS, and no this isn't boxing so yes you all can tell me that Noguera was well within a split second of losing his life, however as an intelligant fighter would tell you, hey man , that's MMA cause in boxing we don't stop the damn thing everytime someone goes down. "QUOTE ME".

   That thing called a fight, haha lol. Has an upside, and I mean a perfect upsi de, FRANK MIR VS. CAIN VELASQUEZ.Yes that fight is now set in stone for the fact that Mir's win was no more impressive than Cain's, carbon copy  if you ask me.

   Does this new UFC way of ending fights at the earliest sighn of trouble continue, hell I hope not, we might as well forget phrases like weatering storms and just accept two viscious punches as the end of all fights.

   It is too bad that the ref from the old Sylvia fights arn't still around, we could actualy have our money's worth in a main card fight. Too bad someone farted and blew this card all to hell.