Matt Hamill suffered a massive beat down this last weekend when Quinton “Rampage” Jackson completely punished him.
“Rampage” threw a series of violent takedown blows and destroyed Hamill with heavy powerful hits on the way to a unanimous decision in the UFC 130 main event Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. All three judges scored it 30-27 in favor of Jackson, who has come out victorious in each of his last four combats. However, fans were not happy on the way Jackson finished off Hamill as he received howling boos for slowing down. Vegas odds.
“Matt Hamill is tough, man,” said Jackson, who is now 7-2 in the UFC. “I tried to knock him out. I came into this fight with a fractured hand, and I apologize for not fighting the type of fight I wanted to. I tried to knock him out.”
Hamill’s fight was so terrible he didn’t even connect an attempt and reality was quick to set in on the 34-year-old Loveland, Ohio, native. After being violently wounded by “Rampage” and unable to get the fight to the ground, Hamill was forced to absorb 15 minutes of punishment from the former UFC light heavyweight champion. Betting lines.
Outside of low kicks, his offensive attack was largely weak and painless. In other words, Hamill fought like a girl. Jackson matched his trademark power shots to the head with digging blows to Hamill’s body.
“He’s a great fighter,” Jackson said. “He has good kicks. I just wish I could have done my game plan a little more. On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d give myself about a five.” Sports scores.
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