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July 14, 2007

Bodog Fight middleweight title fight: Trevor Prangley vs. Yuki Kondo

Both of these fighters are UFC veterans.  Kondo has also fought in PRIDE and Pancrase.

Prangley controls the first round with a flurry of punches standing up and some nice ground-and-pound and ground technique.  I give him the first round.

Prangley continues to inflict damage in the second round with more ground-and-pound and rocks Kondo with a punch standing up just as the round ends.  Kondo has a cut over his left eye that is bleeding pretty badly.  Second round goes to Prangley.

The referee ends the fight due to doctor stoppage.  Prangley wins the middleweight title and is Bodog's first champion in that weight class.

Official result: Prangley wins at 5:00 of the second round due to doctor stoppage, winning the middleweight title.

Prangley does an post-fight interview in the ring after the fight. Kondo gets a nice round of applause from the crowd as he respectfully bows after losing. 

Baroni is very vocal during this fight, cheering on and instructing Prangley from the stands.

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Kevin Richardson has been a fan of mixed martial arts competition ever since UFC 3, when 600-pound sumo wrestler Emmanuel Yarborough was beaten by Keith Hackney. Kevin will cover the world of MMA — in Baltimore, nationally and internationally. He plans to take readers into the locker rooms and MMA schools, where they'll hear from local fighters and trainers. If you have a news tip or suggestions for the blog, please e-mail him.

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