UFC Live: Kongo vs. Barry Results—Joe Lauzon Steamrolls over Curt Warburton
If you can drag Joe "J-Lau" Lauzon into the second, third or deeper rounds, he becomes a much easier pill to swallow. But that's a hell of a lot easier said than done as Curt Warburton just found out. The man accused of having cardiovascular vulnerabilities showed that such frailties are the only ones he suffers from as he put the Brit on Queer Street with a slick right-left combination, pounced on his fallen foe to deliver some vicious elbows and one horrifying knee to the midsection, transitioned beautifully to Brazilian jiu-jitsu and then ended the fight as quickly as you please via wrenching kimura.
The American Lauzon looked like he could've probably beaten Warburton into submission or forced the ref to take mercy on his victim, but Curt left his right arm out for the taking so J-Lau took him up on the tantalizing offer. He snapped on the kimura, rolled into an even better position from which to finish and then latched on a pseudo-triangle just to make sure there was no quarter for Warburton.
And there wasn't unless you count tapping.
Joe Lauzon defeats Curt Warburton by submission (kimura) at 1:58 of the first round.
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