UFC 128 Fight Card: Jim Miller vs. Kamal Shalorus, Round 1
Howdy-do, Kamal "Prince of Persia" Shalorus!
It might not have been the wisest of game plans, but he came out swinging for the fences and playing a willing foil to Jim Miller's take-no-prisoners approach. Both men were throwing furiously and a little wildly right off the bat and each landed some strikes with genuinely evil intentions.
Miller began to get the upperhand as a sinister body kick found it's mark on the Iranian. Whether it was that scud or just the overall pace that slowed Kamal down is uncertain, but something definitely took the bounce out of his step with about two minutes left in the round.
A big head kick from Jim landed and Shalorus showed his granite skull as he took it flush without so much as a wobble, probably the reason he was willing to meet Miller head on. Soon after that, Jim grabbed a guillotine choke and dove down to finish it off, but the move backfired and the Prince of Persia was able to score some points of his own from top position.
Not enough, though, as the horn ended a 10-9 round for Jim Miller.
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