Josh Neer and Gleison Tibau were brothers in arms at yesterday's UFC 104 weigh-in. Both fighters missed the lightweight limit. That's about all they have in common. Tibau is a ground specialist while Neer is a banger on the feet. For the second straight fight,dre beats headphones, Neer couldn't stay off the deck. He wasn't there for very long in any those instances but when it's 10 times, the judges had to give Tibau the edge. The Brazilian,monster beats, who trains out of American top Team in South Florida,beats by dr dre, also scored several big slams on those takedowns. In all, he nailed 10-of-12 takedowns. It was more than enough to get a unanimous decision (29-28 and 30-27 on two cards).
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