Yushin Okami vs Tim Boetsch full fight Video UFC 144 – 2012

3_stars_mma_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2012-02-25, pleasant second round and nice TKO in the third round: Yushin Okami vs Tim Boetsch gets three stars. Yushin Okami (26-6-0) entered as the No.8 middleweight in the world while Tim Boetsch (14-4-0) entered as the No.26. Okami vs Boetsch is on the undercard of Frankie Edgar vs Ben Henderson (UFC 144). Watch the video!

 

 

Event: UFC 144: Edgar vs Henderson

Date: 2012-02-25

Where: Saitama Super Arena, Saitama, Japan

Division: middleweight (185 lbs, 84 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Tim Boetsch def. Yushin Okami (TKO at 0:54, round 3)

 

UFC 144 fight card (main card):
Frankie Edgar vs Ben Henderson
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs Ryan Bader
Jake Shields vs Yoshihiro Akiyama
Mark Hunt vs Cheick Kongo
Yushin Okami vs Tim Boetsch
Hatsu Hioki vs Bart Palaszewski
Anthony Pettis vs Joe Lauzon
Norifumi Yamamoto vs Vaughan Lee (preliminary)

Okami’s previous fight: Anderson Silva vs Yushin Okami 2

Boetsch’s next fight: Hector Lombard vs Tim Boetsch

Okami’s next fight: Yushin Okami vs Buddy Roberts

 




 

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11 thoughts on “Yushin Okami vs Tim Boetsch full fight Video UFC 144 – 2012”

  1. Holy sh*t, Boetsch hit him with a good many uppercuts at the end, but a couples of em’ were extra painful to even watch.  Damn good fight.   BUT..  Honestly, Okami was a lil too confident when he came out for round 3..  He shoulda kept himself focused, as you Beosch had done.

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  2. Holy cow. While Pettis’ was good I feel like this should have won Knockout of the Night. Too bad there wasn’t a “Comeback of the Night” award.

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  3. First things first, Okami is one of my favorite fighter, but he looked like he was ready to coast in that third round. Sh*t! He looked awesome up until then.

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    • Lay and pray by Okami until Tim put his sorry a*s out. I’ve seen FW’s with better gnp and more power in them than Okami’s soft pillow punches. 

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