Pat Miletich: “(K.J. Noons) is in Nick Diaz’s backyard, he needs to put a severe beating on him in the very least.”
Frank Shamrock: “It’s too close. You have to take it from the champ.”
Pat Miletich: “When you fight in another fighter’s hometown, you have to put it on him. You have to do a lot to take the title from the champion.”
Frank Shamrock: “Yeah, you got to beat the champ. Did Noons beat the champ? Did he take the belt from him? That’s the question.”
Nick Diaz: “The thing is, no offense or disrespect, it’s all over with, but I beat this guy on the ground or standing up. It’s mixed martial arts out here and it’s hard not to go for the takedown. It makes me look really bad as if I need to do that, and I’ll beat this guy in a boxing match, but I’ll also tap him out on the ground.”
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Noons 2 coverage
UPDATE: CompuStrike has posted the following notice on their web site:
We regret to announce that after reviewing the stats, we found a glitch in our system that counted double the amount of Total Arm Strikes Landed for Noons.
We deeply regret this glitch and assure that it will not happen again.
The correct numbers are below.
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