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    Sunday, March 07, 2010

    No Holds Barred: A Saturday Review 

    On this edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman presents a Sunday soliloquy reviewing some of the top combat sports action from Saturday, March 6.

    We discuss the brilliant performance of Devon Alexander, who unified two of the 140-pound boxing titles by stopping Juan Urango in the eighth round after landing two devastating uppercuts, the first for a knockdown and the second for the win. We also comment on the decision win for Vic Darchinyan over Rodrigo Guerrero.

    In college wrestling, Oklahoma State pulled off the upset by edging Iowa State to win the 2010 Big 12 Wrestling Championships. We discuss some of the top performances from that tournament, including the impressive victory by top 197-pound wrestler Jake Varner of Iowa State.

    We also comment on some of the action in mixed martial arts, including the TKO win by Dominick Cruz over Brian Bowles and the submission victory by Joseph Benavidez over Miguel Torres on the WEC show.

    And we close by critically discussing some recent articles from The Harvard Crimson and Bleacher Report which question the direction of mixed martial arts from very different directions.

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