TUF 13 Finale Results and Play-by-Play

June 4, 2011
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The TUF 13 Finale takes place Saturday at The Palms in Las Vegas. MMAWeekly.com brings you full play-by-play and results from the season finale of The Ultimate Fighter.

Ramsey Nijem squares off with Tony Ferguson in the welterweight finals of Season 13 of “The Ultimate Fighter. Final WEC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis and UFC contender Clay Guida go toe-to-toe in the co-main event.

MMAWeekly.com will have full TUF 13 Finale results and play by play on Saturday, June 4. The main card begins at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET with the preliminary bouts beginning at approximately 3:30  p.m. PT/6:30 p.m. ET.

(Click on the fight below for TUF 13 Finale play-by-play as it is updated or click on the link at the bottom of the page for TUF 13 Finalequick results of all the fights with no play-by-play.)

 

 

TUF 13 FINALE PRELIMINARY BOUTS:

BOUT #1 – Reuben Duran vs. Francisco Rivera (Bantamweight) – Completed

BOUT #2 – Scott Jorgensen vs. Ken Stone (Bantamweight) – Completed

BOUT #3 – Clay Harvison vs. Justin Edwards (Welterweight) - Completed

BOUT #4 – Shamar Bailey vs. Ryan McGillivray (Welterweight) – Completed

BOUT #5 – Josh Grispi vs. George Roop (Featherweight) – Completed

BOUT #6 – Jeremy Stephens vs. Danny Downes (Lightweight) – Completed

 

TUF 13 FINALE MAIN BOUTS:

BOUT #7 – Chuck O’Neil vs. Chris Cope (Welterweight) – Completed

BOUT #8 – Kyle Kingsbury vs. Fabio Maldonado (Light Heavyweight) – Completed

BOUT #9 – Ed Herman vs. Tim Credeur (Middleweight) – Completed

BOUT #10 – Anthony Pettis vs. Clay Guida (Lightweight) – Completed

BOUT #11 – Ramsey Nijem vs. Tony Ferguson (TUF Welterweight Final) – Completed

 

TUF 13 Finale Quick Results

  • grimsgrind

    Clay Guide lays on Pettis for 3 rounds and it’s considered winning? Fucking wrestling…Yeah I guess we really did see what wrestling is all about, it’s all about BEING A PUSSY and not fighting a fight. If he respected Pettis anymore, he would have stood up and banged with him like Gomi, but instead he was a bitch and laid on him for 3 rounds straight. Pettis won the fight, lost the decision.

  • camayn

    please tell me you are kidding! so because you respect someone your supposed to not play to your strengths? and before you start throwing the “he just laid there” crap actually watch the damn fight and count how much time there is that Clay isn’t throwing something yea it’s not the ground but a strikes a strike weather your on your feet or not. just because the guy you wanted to win didn’t don’t start bashing on guys that work their ass off for the sport.