This is a really excellent fight. Much props to Lee Murray for being so tough in this fight. He really put up a good fight against Silva, lasting the whole fight and losing on a decision. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zByWAK22o1k"]YouTube[/ame] [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxSWNDkMuNo&feature=related"]YouTube[/ame] [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crvpVT9rZVs&feature=related"]YouTube[/ame] Here's a rundown of the fight: First round: Up front they come out with a bit of punching, Silva throwing a few high kicks and less low kicks. They clinch a bit and there are a few takedowns but neither really able to damage each other on the ground. Second: Silva comes out, keeps a long range, they trade some shots and Silva takes a few hard shots, and looks rattled. After they stand up, Silva backs off seriously and starts looking for kicks. At this point he kinda disengages, and goes on the defensive for a bit, obviously trying to work out a new strategy. After a bit, he starts using roundhouse kicks and sidekicks with the knee. He chains together side kicks to the knee, roundhouse kicks and straight punches. It really makes Murray back off. Third: Silva murders Murrays left leg with side kicks and rounhouse kicks, Silva stays out of range and wears him out while Murray has no answer for Silva's leg kicks. He controls the range, staying outside and using the his kicks to fantastic advantage. Leg, body, head, he even throws in a back spinning kick for fun. He ends up backing off at the end of the round running the lock down and winning on points. Another interesting thing you see him do towards the end of the fight is switch stances. He uses orthodox and southpaw interchangeably, screwing with the guys head. One of the only pro fights that I've seen someone use the side kick to the knee successfully. It also shows why you're never going to really disable someone immediately with a sidekick to the knee, unless they just don't know what they are doing and straight leg it.