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UFC 113: Machida vs Shogun 2 [DVD]

Mauricio Rua , Lyoto Machida    Exempt   DVD
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  • Actors: Mauricio Rua, Lyoto Machida, Kimbo Slice, Josh Koscheck, Paul Daley
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 16 Aug 2010
  • Run Time: 323 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003UACO74
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 84,943 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Coverage of the 113th mixed martial arts event which comprises a total of eleven matches. Fights between Kimbo Slice and Matt Mitrione, Lyoto Machida and Mauricio Rua, and Jason MacDonald and John Salter feature.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Crowning of an Undisputed Champion 29 July 2010
By A. Russ
**Please note that there are no spoilers for UFC 113 in this review**

UFC 113 saw the UFC make its 2nd return to Canada, and unlike its predecessor (UFC 97) it did not disapoint. For many, this event may have little meaning. However for those of us that watched UFC 104, during which the 2005 PRIDE Grand Prix Champion, Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua, took a shot a dethroning the seemingly unbeatable 205lb kingpin and UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Lyoto Machida, this card would end the arguments over who really won the original contest. For the record, I believed then - and still do to this day - that Shogun returned to form back in November 2009, and that he should have been crowned the champion after that fight. Nonetheless a controversial decision (for many, anyway) saw Machida retain the gold after a 5 round technical classic. Now, on the card:

This was Cóte's return bout after an 18 month+ layoff due to a severe injury he suffered during his title bout with Anderson Silva. Alan Belcher had shown a new dedication to the sport after the somewhat controversial decision loss to Yoshihiro Akiyama. In his homecountry of Canada, 'The Predator' was always going to be the favourite going into this bout. The question was could he return to form or would Alan 'The Talent' Belcher showcase his new skillset in upsetting the Canadian? This was a good bout between two of the middleweight division's hardest hitters, made better by a very exciting finish.

Youtube sensation Kimbo Slice made his Octagon debut at the TUF 10 Finale, defeating Houston Alexander in a 3 round decision.
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5.0 out of 5 stars very good show 25 Nov 2010
UFC 113 is a very good show with spectacular finishes from the Belcher Cote fight especially, however there are a few shockers on the DVD as well from the evens of The Macdonald Slater fight and the Daley Koscheck fight however this DVD is well worth buying.
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1 of 8 people found the following review helpful
UFC 104 was the night that Shogun Rua challenged for the Light Heavyweight title. Although clearing outscoring his opponent and then current champion Machida throughout the majority of the fight, Shogun lost the decision. It was an unbelievable decision and Dana White ordered an immediate rematch.

Then to UFC 113, the rematch MMA fans wanted to see. This was the night that the uncrowned champion and arguably the best 205lb fighter of all time finally became UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. In a truly outstanding performance, Shogun beat the previously undefeated Machida in devastating fashion via KO in the very first round.

Buy this DVD and watch the greatest 205lb fighter of the time win the big one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Favorite UFC Card of the Year, So Far 7 Aug 2010
By Rebecca Lyle - Published on
First and foremost, putting two men with the striking caliber of Lyoto Machida and Mauricio Rua in any type of fight is something that most of us should feel lucky to witness. This was the rematch after their first outing, which ended in a great deal of contraversy because the judges scored it in favor of Machida when Shogun landed nearly twice the amount of strikes. The immediate rematch was set up a few months later and that rematch is what headlines this card. First though, I'd like to review the co-main event bouts.

Patrick Cote vs. Alan Belcher

This was Cote's first fight back since obtaining his accidental injury in his title fight against Anderson Silva. Alan Belcher is a very tough welcome back fight, as Belcher is very well-rounded. This fight is rather action packed and is finished with a tad-bit of contraversy. Still, it was a great way to start off the night.

Kimbo Slice vs. Matt Mitrione

Internet sensation is out to prove that he can fight in the big leagues. Matt Mitrione is even more inexperienced with bigger fights that Kimbo, so it's a pretty even match up on paper, even though Kimbo is much smaller. I don't want to spoil anything, but one of these fighters shows us great improvement since his last fight. Hats off to both of them though. Here's another entertaining bout from 2 guys that are really starting to progress with the sport. This does not go to a decision.

Sam Stout vs. Jeremy Stephens

The quick, technical striker in Sam Stout squares off against the heavy handed Jeremy Stephens in this lightweight bout. I will say, I would not like to have to score this one as a judge. The first round is a little one-sided, but the rest of the fight is razor close until the end! Lightweights are typically known to push the pace, and when you get two exciting strikers, you get an exciting fight! Most of this is spent on the feet, and there are some hard punches!

Josh Koscheck vs. Paul Daley

This is not a very exciting fight. Not a lot to say about this. There was some contraversy directly after the fight, because Paul Daley threw a sucker punch after the final bell.

Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Rua

Here we have it. The immediate rematch for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship belt between title holder, Lyoto Machida and challenger, Mauricio Rua. I must say, in the midst of all the contraversy with the first fight, this fight leaves no unanswered questions about the champ. As a matter of fact, this fight doesn't go anywhere near the judge's score cards. I love to see fighters of this caliber throwing it all on the line for the big win. Again, I feel very lucky for being able to witness men of this fighting caliber.

That wraps up the main card to this fantastic event. I hope that anyone who missed the pay-per-view gets a chance to watch this awesome event on DVD.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Machida vs. Shogun 2 1 Jan 2011
By MMAPhreak21 - Published on
This is definitely one of my favorite UFC events. I was extremely happy to find it half off at [another store] so I grabbed it, and it was well worth the purchase. The fight card is:
Jason MacDonald/John Salter-4/5
Yoshiyuki Yoshida/Mike Guymon-4.5/5
Tim Hague/Joey Beltran-3.5/5
TJ Grant/Johny Hendricks-5/5
Marcus Davis/Jonathan Goulet-5/5
Joe Doerksen/Tom Lawlor-5/5
Patrick Cote/Alan Belcher-4.5/5
Kimbo Slice/Matt Mitrione-4/5
Sam Stout/Jeremy Stephens-5/5
Josh Koscheck/Paul Daley-3/5
Lyoto Machida/Mauricio Rua-5/5

As you can see, most of the fights were great. Hague/Beltran (both gassed out) and Kos/Daley (wrestling snoozefest) are the only two average-to-bad fights on the card. The rest of the ones I marked down had certain points in the fight that were just painful to watch, but that was really the only reason. This is a good event and is well worth the purchase.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lessons Learned at UFC 113! 1 April 2011
By Wolfe Moffat - Published on
When two great men square off, chances are you'll get a great scrap. And when Mauricio "Shogun" Rua fought Lyoto Machida at UFC 104, it was a great fight. But in the eyes of many, the decision and the belt was awarded to the wrong man. Machida won the fight on all the judges' score cards, 48-47, remaining the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. Well, both of these men want the chance to set the record straight. And both of these men want to make sure that the judges have no say in who wins this fight! This is the Main Event for UFC 113!

The Co-Main Event is two trash talkers, both with big knock out power. Josh Koscheck has become a man with one-punch knock out power, and it has found targets several times. Paul Daley is also known for powerful strikes, and he wants to knock out Koscheck, plain and simple. I don't like you, you don't like me! Let's do this!

And another featured fight is quite interesting as well. Kimbo Slice has made it to the UFC, and so has Matt Mitrione. Both were on TUF Heavyweights, and both of them made waves, Kimbo as the street fighter, Mitrione as simply being a "Meathead." Who's going to school who?

This is a great card! There are 11 fights altogether on this card, and I'll list 'em below!

Jason MacDonald vs. John Salter: Well, "The Athlete" gets another shot at the big show! He takes on a seasoned wrestler who comes to bring it. While this gets interesting, it ends rather unfortunately with a sickening injury. Now, it isn't nearly as bad as Corey Hill's broken leg, but it still is rather sad to watch. And a 1st round TKO is awarded to the winner.

Yoshiyuki Yoshida vs. Mike Guymon: With Yoshida, either he gets knocked out quick, or he taps somebody else really quick, so it would only make sense in this fight with "The Joker," right? Nope. It is a really good fight, and goes to a unanimous decision!

Tim Hague vs. Joey Beltran: To say the least, Hague got the short end of the stick in his fight with Tucscherer. Joey Beltran is simply heavy handed! This is a great Heavyweight match-up that goes to a unanimous decision!

T.J. Grant vs. Johny Hendricks: Both of these guys have always impressed me, because they always fight to win, and they always bring it. This is a great scrap, unfortunately has a point deducted, but goes to an awesome majority decision!

Marcus Davis vs. Jonathan Goulet: Both of these guys are looking to get back on track. Goulet is the hometown hero, and Davis always comes for a war. Really good scrap that ends with a 2nd round TKO!

Joe Doerksen vs. Tom Lawlor: Always ready to fight at a moment's notice, Doerksen has had his share of scraps in the UFC, losing the majority of them. Lawlor is coming off a split decision that he got screwed in against Aaron Simpson. This is great, with Lawlor as the Dan Severn look-a-like, but one man walks away with a 2nd round submission!

Patrick Cote vs. Alan Belcher: In his home country, "The Predator" is back, and wants another shot at the title! But standing in his way is a man with some "Talent" of his own, and he also wants an eventual title shot. Great fight, and ends with a 2nd round submission!

Kimbo Slice vs. Matt Mitrione: Well, we didn't get the street fight knock out we expected in Kimbo's UFC debut against Houston Alexander, but he did win a decision. Mitrione fought a pissed off Marcus Jones in that same Finale, and knocked him clean out. Both men come to bring it, and one of them gets a 2nd round TKO! And unfortunately, one man's UFC dream is shortly lived after this fight. But it was fun while it lasted, and the publicity for the UFC was great while he was around! Best of luck, Kimbo Slice!!!

Sam Stout vs. Jeremy Stephens: Sam Stout is the king of split decisions, and has had FIGHT OF THE NIGHT many times! Jeremy Stephens always has his hands locked and loaded, ready to knock anybody out. This is FIGHT OF THE NIGHT, as it should be with Stout, a split decision, and the right man won the fight!! What a war!

Josh Koscheck vs. Paul Daley: There is no knock out here. But there is a good game plan that has the winner taking home a unanimous decision! Oh yeah. Following the fight in an uncalled for sucker-punch that sends the loser out of the UFC for good. But maybe that's what he wanted. Well, maybe not. But that's what he got!

Lyoto Machida vs. Shogun Rua: All you can do is stare after this! All you can do is drop your jaw and scream, "WHAT?!!?" But yes, the unthinkable has happened and one man gets knocked out in the 1st round!! And a new man gets to hold the belt!

In the end, we learn to keep the fight in the octagon, and not to save a sucker punch for afterwards. And as far as the title goes, get two men fired up after one decision is filled with controversy, and somebody's getting hurt in the next fight! This is a great DVD, with a lot of great extras, so enjoy it!!! Until next time...
5.0 out of 5 stars dvd was cool 9 Sep 2013
By Big Dog - Published on
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Dvd is awesome . all of the matches were good. the dvd was in good shape. the event is good to get.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Only bad fight was Koscheck Vs Daley 1 Mar 2012
By drmmawresperc - Published on
I liked every fight expect for the Josh Koscheck Vs Paul Daley Fight. Rest of the fights are good to watch.
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