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MAIN CARD (Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET)
UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship
Amanda Nunes (#4) defeated Miesha Tate (c) via submission (rear naked choke) Round 1, 3:16 to become the new UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion
Brock Lesnar defeated Mark Hunt (#8) via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)
Daniel Cormier (LHW Champion) defeated Anderson Silva (#5 MW) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Interim UFC Featherweight Championship
Jose Aldo (#1) defeated Frankie Edgar (#2) via unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 48-47) to become Interim UFC Featherweight Champion
Cain Velasquez (#2) defeated Travis Browne (#7) via TKO (punches) Round 1, 4:57
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 8 p.m. ET)
Julianna Pena (#5) defeats Cat Zingano (#3) via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Kelvin Gastelum (#12) defeated Johny Hendricks (#6) via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
TJ Dillashaw (#1) defeated Raphael Assuncao (#3) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Sage Northcutt defeated Enrique Marin via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET)
Joe Lauzon defeated Diego Sanchez via TKO (punches) Round 1, 1:26
Gegard Mousasi (#8) defeated Thiago Santos (#15) via KO (punches) Round 1, 4:34
Jim Miller defeated Takanori Gomi via TKO (punches) Round 1, 2:18
Takanori Gomi vs. Jim Miller
Round 1: The UFC has a hideous yellow mat. Miller catches a Gomi kick and punches him to the ground, where he takes Gomi's back. Miller flattens Gomi out and pounds away for the win.
Official Result: Jim Miller defeated Takanori Gomi via TKO (punches) Round 1, 2:18
Gomi could very well be done. He's lost three in a row, and is 3-7 in the UFC. Rough.
Gegard Mousasi (#8) vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos (#15)
Round 1: Santos catches Mousasi with a left hand early on. Mousasi gets a few inside leg kicka and eats a left, but Mousasi starts drilling Santos with big punches on his way to a takedown. Mousasi laces the leg of Santos as he tries to get up and delivers punches. Mousasi knees Santos to the body and drags him right back down where he lands an elbow to the face. Santos catches Mousasi in half guard, but Mousasi makes him pay for it with strikes. Santos moves to full guard, gets up and is promptly knocked back out.
Official Result: Gegard Mousasi (#8) defeated Thiago Santos (#15) via KO (punches) Round 1, 4:34
That could very well be the best Gegard Mousasi has looked in the UFC. He very well could have been competing for the UFC Light Heavyweight Title tonight had Anderson Silva not stepped up.
Joe Lauzon vs. Diego Sanchez
Round 1: Sanchez opens with an uppercut and a body kick. An inside leg kick lands, but Lauzon starts drilling Sanchez with punches. Sanchez won't go down. His mouth guard falls out, but he's still on his feet. Lauzon keeps punching until Sanchez runs backwards. The ref finally stops it.
Official Result: Joe Lauzon defeated Diego Sanchez via TKO (punches) Round 1, 1:26
That was a little heartbreaking to watch. Even the referee was like "This is Diego Sanchez, he's a zombie, should I stop this?" Either way, on to Fox Sports 1!
Sage Northcutt vs. Enrique Marin
Round 1: Northcutt lands a jab, a high kick and another jab. Marin scores with a punch, but eats another high kick. Main pushes Northcutt against the cage. Marin takes Northcuttdown and goes for a leglock, then Marin goes for one and Northcutt takes top control. Marin gets up and eats muay thai clinch knees. Northcutt tries to take Marin down unsusccessfully, but ends up on top until Marin turns the tides.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Northcutt
Round 2: Northcutt jumps in and out, landing jabs. Marin takes him down. Marin applies an armbar, really deep and Northcutt gets out and moves into Marin's guard. Northcutt also escapes a double wristlock and pounds away to finish the round.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Marin
Round 3: Northcutt peppers Marin with punches, then gets taken down. Northcutt slugs Marin with elbows to the head. Northcutt is taken down again but lands a beautiful roll out of it into top control.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Northcutt, making it 29-28 Northcutt
Official Result: Sage Northcutt defeated Enrique Marin via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
TJ Dillashaw (#1) vs. Raphael Assuncao (#3)
Round 1: Both men throw some nasty leg kicks, but Dillashaw also manages some punches as well. Dillashaw is constantly switching his stance up. Assuncao catches Dillashaw's kick, and knees him in the face. Dillashaw goes for a spinning kick to no success. Dillashaw throws a head kick that gets blocked, but closes the round with another one and several punches.
Fightful scores round 1 for Dillashaw 10-9
Round 2: Assuncao stuffs a takedown and keeps the action standing. Dillashaw is cutting Assuncao up with kicks. Assuncao tries to fire off a wheel kick, but it misses. Dillashaw and Assuncao trade hooks, but Dillashaw is using angles beautifully. Assuncao gets another counter punch, and Dillashaw goes right back to carving away at his legs. Assuncao takes Dillashaw down, only to have Dillashaw get up. Assuncao gets a big knee and uppercut, and the ref has the doctor check out .....his bloody nose? Either way, he's good to go. Dillashaw gets in some strikes to end the round.
Fightful scores round 2 for Dillashaw 10-9
Round 3: Round 3 plays out similarly to the first two. TJ Dillashaw is using his footwork to control Assuncao, then lands a takedown, then punches Assuncao after he stands up.
Fightful scores round 3 for Dillashaw 10-9, making it 30-27 Dillashaw
Official Result : TJ Dillashaw (#1) defeated Raphael Assuncao (#4) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Dillashaw looked great, and will likely get a title shot againt Dominick Cruz. It probably wasn't a good idea for Assuncao to take on Dillashaw after missing almost two years with ankle injuries.
Johny Hendricks (#6) vs. Kelvin Gastelum (#12)
Round 1: Hendricks is really flat footed to start, and Gastelum starts landing left hands and combos almost at will. Hendricks keeps trying to land but is out of range. Gastelum really starts tearing Hendricks up, rocking him with a few punches. Hendricks pushes Gastelum against the cage, but nothing's happening. They break and Hendricks connects with a left hand. Hendricks answers a couple of combos with punches of his own.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Kelvin Gastelum
Round 2: Hendricks starts to force the action with 1-2 leg kick combos before rushing Gastelum against the cage. When they break, Gastelum pressures Hendricks with strikes, and is landing the jab very well. Hendricks is finding more success, but unfortunatley, it's not enough to close the gap right now.
Fightful scores round 2 at 10-10
Round 3: Gastelum opens with nice combos, and Hendricks is starting to fade. Gastelum still looks as good as he did in the first round, landing a big left hand. Hendricks tries a takedown but eats elbows.They slug it out big time as the round ends.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Gastelum, giving it to him 30-28
Official Result: Kelvin Gastelum (#12) defeated Johny Hendricks (#6) via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
Johny Hendricks doesn't need to be at 170 pounds anymore.
Cat Zingano (#3) vs. Julianna Pena (#5)
Round 1: Zingano comes out aggressive, slamming Pena from a body lock. Pena gets up and lands a takedown of her own. Zingano reverses momentum, but Pena is landing palm strikes from the bottom. Cat stacks Pena and lands a big punch. Pena gets to her feet and gets a punch before the round ends
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Zingano
Round 2: Zingano lands two quick takedowns, but makes a few weird decisions positionally and Pena has her turtled up. Pena takes Zingano's back with 90 seconds left in the round and throws big punches.
Fightful scores round 2 for Pena, 10-9
Round 3: Pena drags Zingano down and totally dominates her for four entire minutes, even trying to lock in a choke from the back with her hooks in. Zingano gets top control at the very end, but it's too little, too late.
Fightful scores the round for Pena, 10-9, giving her a 29-28 win
Official Result: Julianna Pena (#5) defeats Cat Zingano (#3) via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Cat Zingano looked rough here. Julianna Pena may get a title shot if all of the stars align
Cain Velasquez (#2) vs. Travis Browne (#7)
Round 1: Browne comes out with a right hand. Velasquez scores a punch of his own, followed by a clinch that doesn't go anywhere. Velasquez destroys Browne with punches and a wheel kick before dropping Browne with more punches. Velasquez pounds away at Browne before trying a neck crank. Browne gets back to his feet, only to get pummeled and taken down soon after. More punches to the head stop the fight.
Official Result: Cain Velasquez (#2) defeated Travis Browne (#7) via TKO (punches) Round 1, 4:57
That was as good as Cain Velasquez as looked in a long time, and as bad as Browne has looked. This is Velasquez's first win since 2013.
Interim UFC Featherweight Championship
Jose Aldo (#1) vs. Frankie Edgar (#2)
Round 1: Edgar lands a couple of leg kicks, but nothing really happens for the first two minutes. Edgar scores a jab, but Aldo counters. Not much is landing, and this looks eerily similar to the first fight between the two. Edgar is landing more often. Aldo finds a home for a body kick, a knee and a big punch.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Aldo
Round 2: An Edgar kick lands to the leg, then a combo that ends in a body kick. Aldo counters with a hook, then a knee. Aldo is starting to land much more efficiently. Edgar tags Aldo, but can't complete a takedown as Aldo just backs away from them. Edgar gets a good combo, Aldo returns fire, and Edgar pushes Aldo back with punches. Aldo stops another takedown. The two trade punches, but Aldo lands a knee.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Edgar
Round 3: Aldo stops a takedown, but is pushed against the cage. Edgar pops Aldo with several punches, but nothing signficant lands until Aldo drills Edgar with a 1-2 combo. Edgar works Aldo against the cage, lets him go and finds a home for the right hand.
Fightful scores the round 10-10
Round 4: Edgar fakes a takedown and hits Aldo with the hook. Edgar pops in with a punch and throws a high kick that gets blocked. Aldo is moving backwards and still connects with punches. Edgar leaves his feet and gets punched. This is Aldo's round. This fight is playing out exactly like the first bout.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 Aldo
Round 5: Aldo slaps Edgar's leg with a kick, then goes to the body. Edgar comes in with a left, but Aldo counters. Edgar with a nice combination, but fails to suceed on a takedown. Aldo makes Edgar pay every time he comes in, using his reach to catch Edgar. Edgar and Aldo trade, but this round is Aldo's.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 Aldo, giving Aldo a 49-47 win
Official Result: Jose Aldo (#1) defeated Frankie Edgar (#2) via unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 48-47) to become Interim UFC Featherweight Championship
Wow. The Aldo-McGregor rematch is a foregone conclusion now. Great win for Aldo.
Daniel Cormier (LHW Champ) vs. Anderson Silva (#5 MW)
Round 1: Silva starts with a leg kick, but gets taken down. Cormier starts throwing some nasty elbows and punches. Cormier moves to half guard and grinds away with forearms and elbows, then punches to the body. Silva is disrupting Cormier's base, but isn't doing anything about it. Cormier is just smothering Silva.
Fightful scores round 1 for Cormier 10-9
Round 2: Silva throws a front kick, and Cormier counters with a punch. Anderson Silva tries a kick, it gets caught and Cormier takes him down with ease. Cormier goes at Silva with strikes and a crossface, setting up hammer fists. The ref stands up the fighters, and Cormier scores with a punch. Silva scores a knee and a punch, followed by body kicks. Cormier throws punches, then gets elbowed by Silva
Fightful scores round 2 for Cormier 10-9
Round 3: Silva scores with a couple of strikes, then Cormier answers. The two slug it out briefly until Cormier takes him down. The fight is back on the feet. Silva hurts Cormier with a body kick, but is pushed against the cage to end the fight.
Fightful scores round 3 for Cormier 10-9, giving him a 30-27 win
Official Result: Daniel Cormier (LHW Champion) defeated Anderson Silva (#5 MW) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
The crowd isn't happy with Cormier, but he fought how he had to. Anderson Silva, a middleweight, just faced the Strikeforce Heavyweight GP winner on two days notice, seven weeks after surgery.
Mark Hunt (#8) vs. Brock Lesnar
Round 1: Lesnar enters to "Enter Sandman," not his WWE theme. Lesnar lands a couple of ill-advised leg kicks. Lesnar charges and takes down Hunt! Hunt holds the cage and the ref yanks his arm off. Hunt works up after eating punches. Lesnar takes Hunt down again and navy ride. Brock threatens a double wristlock and throws a knee to the body. Big punches from Lesnar. Hunt gets up and punches Lesnar, but Lesnar takes him back down.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Brock Lesnar
Round 2: Hunt throws an overhand right that is blocked. Lesnar gets a nice jab, but it's answered by one from Hunt. Hunt avoids a Lesnar takedown, and misses a big punch, but stops another Lesnar takedown. Brock starts palming Hunt lightly, and pushes him against the cage.
Fightful scores the round 10-9 for Mark Hunt
Round 3: Lesnar finds a couple of jabs, and survives a big punch from Hunt. Big takedown from Lesnar. Lesnar is landing big punches! Hunt tries to hip escape, but eats big punches. Lesnar moves to mount and looks for a head and arm choke, but is happy to punch Hunt instead. This goes on for three solid minutes.
Fightful scores the round 10-8 for Lesnar, making it 29-27 Lesnar
Official Result: Brock Lesnar defeated Mark Hunt (#8) via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)
Lesnar takes to the mic and says he's going one day at a time, but encourages everyone of all nationalities to stand together. "From one white boy, to all nationalities, we all gotta stand together, people!"
UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship
Miesha Tate (c) vs. Amanda Nunes (#4)
Round 1: Tate lands a takedown, but Nunes gets back up. Nunes stops another and misses an illegal knee. Nunes starts destroying Tate with strikes. Nunes steamrolls Tate and rear naked chokes her for the win!
Official Result: Amanda Nunes (#4) defeated Miesha Tate (c) via submission (rear naked choke) Round 1, 3:16 to become the new UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion