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HOUSTON - Sarah Kaufman fought valiantly in her UFC debut but ultimately came up short and suffered a razor-thin split-decision loss to fellow promotional newcomer Jessica Eye. Cheap Jerseys Online .  Eye earned the win with scores of 29-28, 28-29 and 29-28. "I feel unbelievable," Eye said after the win. "People say that its an amazing feeling. I cant even describe how I feel right now." Kaufman, a native of Victoria, B.C., is a former Strikeforce womens bantamweight champion who fought eight time for the now-shuttered promotion. She earned the title with a February 2010 win over Takayo Hashi and defended it once before ceding the belt to Marloes Coenen in October 2010. Kaufman also owns Strikeforce wins over onetime UFC title challenger Liz Carmouche and current "The Ultimate Fighter 18" coach Miesha Tate. Kaufman had ben expected to make her UFC debut in August, when she was scheduled to face Sara McMann at "UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann 2." However, McMann was forced to withdraw from the card one week before the event, and a replacement opponent could not be secured in time. Cheap Jerseys . Canada and South Korea played in the Page 1-2 playoff game. South Korea will now face Sweden in the semifinal. Rocque, of Edmonton, finished tied with South Korea atop the overall standings with identical 7-2 records. Cheap Jerseys China . It appeared that Roussel had completed a hat trick 2:37 into the third period during a power play, but his shot from the right circle was redirected into the net by Colton Sceviour. Roussel, who netted seven goals last season as a rookie with the Stars, scored less than five minutes into the game when he deflected in Trevor Daleys shot.The New York Post reports that New Jersey Devils owner Jeff Vanderbeek is close to an agreement with lenders that would allow him to remain in control of the hockey club. The report adds that the deal - a new $160 million loan which was still being finalized on Wednesday night - would give Vanderbeek two more years to refinance the teams debt or sell it. According to The Post, the Devils debt under this loan would be combined with loans against Devils Areena Entertainment, the group that collects concession revenue from events held at the five-year-old Prudential Center. Cheap Jerseys From China. Vanderbeek used his own money to inject new cash into the franchise and raised enough money from new investors to pay off some lenders who didnt want to take part in the proposed restructuring. Vanderbeek and the Devils have been in financial trouble since he missed an $80 million loan repayment in September. ' ' '
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