Tag Archives: Rameau Sokoudjou

Lyoto Machida vs Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou (video)


Here is the MMA UFC 79 Video of Lyoto Machida vs Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou.

Very disappointing from Sokoudjou but ok he is young (23) and has only 5 fights!

No doubt he will be better next time.

Machida is also an excellent technician and has never lost a fight.


UFC 79: Nemesis Final Results


UFC-79-Nemesis

Here are the final results of the UFC 79 Nemesis.

  • LIGHTWEIGHTS: Mark Bocek def. Doug Evans via unanimous decision (29-28 for Mark Bocek for the 3 judges)
  • WELTERWEIGHTS: Roan Carneiro def. Tony DeSouza via TKO (strikes) – Round 2
  • MIDDLEWEIGHTS: Dean Lister def. Jordan Radev via Unanimous decision (30-27 for Dean Lister for the 3 judges)
  • LIGHTWEIGHTS: Manny Gamburyan def. Nate Mohr via Submission (ankle lock) – Round 1
  • LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS: James Irvin def. Luis Cane via DQ (illegal knee) – Round 1
  • LIGHTWEIGHTS: Rich Clementi def. Melvin Guillard via Submission (rear naked choke) – Round 1
  • LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS: Lyoto Machida def. Sokoudjou via Submission (arm triangle) – Round 2 (Sokoudjou tapout at 4:20)
  • HEAVYWEIGHTS: Eddie Sanchez def. Sao Palelei via TKO (strikes) – Round 3
  • LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS: Chuck Liddell def. Wanderlei Silva via Unanimous decision (29-28 and two 30-27 for Chuck Liddell)
  • WELTERWEIGHTS: Georges St. Pierre def. Matt Hughes via Submission (armbar) – Round 2. (Hughes verbal submission at 4:54)

UFC 79 Tonight: Liddell vs Silva, St-Pierre vs Hughes


There is good MMA fighting tonight: Liddell vs Silva and St-Pierre vs Hughes at 10:00 PM ET, 7:00 PM PT

Website: http://79.ufc.com

There is also the Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou – Lyoto Machida light heavyweight duel

View UFC 79 Final Results here.


Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou : The African Assassin


Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou

Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou aka “The African Assassin” from Cameroun became a ultimate fight champion this year.

And his parents thought their son was studying computer science in San Diego! Sokoudjou was already a Judo Champion (won the national championship in the open weight category at the U.S. Open Judo Championships in Las Vegas) and then he made the big move to try the American Dream. He was totally unknown in 2006 when he started ultimate fighting.

At only 23 years old, the cameroonian defeated 2 big fighters: Ricardo Arona in Japan and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira in Las Vegas. And it was very quick (see videos below).

The light heavyweight will finish the year with his debut on the sport’s biggest stage, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he’ll face undefeated Lyoto Machida on Dec. 29.

Video against Antonio Rogerio Nogueira:

Video against Ricardo Arona:

Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou ricardo arona.