announces winners of UFC 134 contest from Hayabusa!


Ladies and gentlemen, we go to the judge's scorecards for a decision.

Thanks to our friends at Hayabusa -- the leader in producing the world's finest MMA apparel, gloves and gear -- we'll be giving away a treasure trove of valuable training merchandise to the winners of our recent UFC 134: "Silva vs. Okami 2" contest give-a-way that wrapped last Saturday night at the conclusion of the pay-per-view telecast.

In particular, a Mizuchi Rash Guard ($60 value), Shiai Fight Shorts ($67 value), Falcon Hoodie ($69 value) and Mesh Gear Bag ($60). To see the merchandise at stake visit the Hayabusa website right here.

Top prize winners choose what they want in order of final standings.

Contestants were asked to provide predictions for the following bouts that featured Hayabusa-sponsored fighters who were in action this past weekend at UFC 134 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Note: Hayabusa-sponsored fighters have an "H" next to their names):

  1. (H) Brendan Schaub vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
  2. (H) Stanislav Nedkov vs. Luiz Cane
  3. (H) Dan Miller vs. Rousimar Palhares
  4. (H) Spencer Fisher vs. Thiago Tavares
  5. (H) Yves Jabouin vs. (H) Ian Loveland

Contestants picked the winner (5 points), method (3 points) and round (3 points). Additionally, picking a Hayabusa-sponsored fighter correctly netted a five point bonus.

So, how did everybody do?

Surprisingly, out of all the submissions, no one correctly picked all five winners (although a whopping six of you didn't pick any correct), but here's who tallied the most points at the end of the day:

1st place: powkick - 42 points

2nd place: monster - 40 points

3rd place: stinky-fingers - 39 points

Congratulations to all the winners. We'll be in touch with you shortly. And a big thanks to everyone who participated. If you didn't win, no worries, stay tuned for yet another fan contest coming soon.

More chances to win, more great prizes.

For the complete UFC 134 results click here. To check out the entire Hayabusa product line click here. To "Like" them on Facebook click here.

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