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Strikeforce results wrap for 'Rockhold vs Kennedy' on July 14 in Portland

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July 14, 2012; Portland, OR, USA; Luke Rockhold celebrates his win over Tim Kennedy in the middleweight championship fight at MMA Strikeforce at the Rose Garden Arena. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-US PRESSWIRE
July 14, 2012; Portland, OR, USA; Luke Rockhold celebrates his win over Tim Kennedy in the middleweight championship fight at MMA Strikeforce at the Rose Garden Arena. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-US PRESSWIRE

It was another wild and wacky weekend in combat sports, as Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) turned the reigns over to its ugly little sister on the Showtime network for Strikeforce: "Rockhold vs. Kennedy" last Saturday night (July 14, 2012) in Portland, Oregon.

It had its moments.

Chief among them was Nate Marquardt's highlight reel knockout of previously undefeated welterweight Tyron Woodley, good enough to leave the Rose Garden Arena with the division's vacant 170-pound championship. Elsewhere on the card, Robbie Lawler phoned it in, Keith Jardine did what we expected him to and some other folks went to war on the undercard.

Ooh-rah.

In case you missed any or all of this past weekend's mixed martial arts (MMA) mania, below are links to all the results and highlights from "Rockhold vs. Kennedy."

Get some.

Strikeforce: "Rockhold vs. Kennedy" Results:

Real-time updates and live play-by-play

Recap and post-fight discussion

Roger Gracie defeats Keith Jardine

Lorenz Larkin defeats Robbie Lawler

Nate Marquardt defeats Tyron Woodley

Luke Rockhold defeats Tim Kennedy

Fight video highlights for "Rockhold vs. Kennedy" and "Marquardt vs. Woodley"

Post-fight fallout:

Press conference video highlights

What's next for Luke Rockhold and Nate Marquardt?

What isn't next for Gilbert Melendez and Ronda Rousey

Beggars can't be choosers, especially in a "Monsoon"

Daniel Cormier's next fight announced for September

Tyron Woodley can't stand the sight of Nate Marquardt wearing the division title

Strikeforce's big winner vs. its lowly loser

Is Nate Marquardt the best welterweight in the world?

Tyron Woodley was sliced open. See the pic here.

That should be enough to satiate you hardcore Strikeforce fans (I hope). If not, you can always dig deeper into our Strikeforce: "Rockhold vs. Kennedy" event archive by clicking here.

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