UFC 110 Results And Play-By-Play

February 20, 2010
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship debuts in the land down under tonight with UFC 110: Nogueira vs. Velasquez. The main event pits former Pride and UFC champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira against rising star Cain Velasquez. A showdown between former Pride champion Wanderlei Silva and
“The Ultimate Fighter” season three winner Michael Bisping.

UFC 110 airs live on pay-per-view at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET. MMAWeekly.com will be providing full coverage of tonight’s event, starting with the preliminary bouts, which are expected to start at approximately 5:00 p.m. PT / 8:00 p.m. ET.

Refresh this page frequently for the latest results and play-by-play…

 

UFC 110 PLAY-BY-PLAY:

ANTONIO RODRIGO NOGUEIRA VS. CAIN VELASQUEZ

R1 – Velasquez starts off strong in the stand-up, landing leg kicks and a food flurry of punches that tests Nogueira’s chin. Strong combination to the body, followed by a knee by Velasquez. Nogueira moves in with a jab, but gets caught by a right hook-left hook combination that puts him on the floor. Velasquez follows up with a couple hard punches to the downed Brazilian, knocking him out.

Cain Velasquez def. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira by Knockout (Punches) at 2:20, R1

 

WANDERLEI SILVA VS. MICHAEL BISPING

R1 – Not much action to start, but Bisping scores two early takedowns. He doesn’t do much with the takedowns and Silva got right back up both times. They trade a few shots before Bisping again scores a takedown. They are again right back up, trading at the center of the cage. Bisping lands a hard right hand just past the middle of the round. Then Silva connects with a right hand. Silva lands a couple hard leg kicks and a flurry of hands before Bisping lands a hard right of his own. Silva finishes strong, shucking off a couple Bisping takedowns and lands a stunning punch before the bell.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Bisping.

R2 – Silva catches a Bisping kick and sweeps him to the mat, then starts working from the Brit’s guard, grounding and pounding. Silva stands and kicks Bisping in the body as he makes his way back to the feet. Silva lands a couple overhand rights before Bisping scores another takedown, landing in side control. Silva gets up quickly though. They trade a few blows, Silva landing more frequently. Bisping shoots and Silva lands a deep guillotine choke, but can’t finish it before the bell.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Silva.

R3 – They trade several shots for the opening couple of minutes, Silva slightly ahead, before Silva takes a low kick to the groin for a brief timeout. They start trading more blows, and then Silva starts egging Bisping on. They exchange a few more punches and Silva takes a thumb into his left eye and there is another brief timeout. Silva presses, unleashing a little more wildly with his hands. He catches another Bisping kick and sweeps out his post leg. Silva unleashes at the 10-second clacker, connects with an overhand right behind the ear that puts Bisping on his back. He follows with several shots to the downed Brit as the round comes to a close.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 and the fight 29-28 for Silva.

Wanderlei Silva def. Michael Bisping by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3

 

JOE STEVENSON VS. GEORGE SOTIROPOULOS

R1 – Sotiropoulos immediately starts using his reach advantage, boxing with Stevenson. They clinch and Stevenson pulls Sotiropoulos down, but the Aussie lands on top. He can’t pass the half guard, but presses his weight on Stevenson. Stevenson tries to escape, but Sotiropoulos fires away from standing in guard. Stevenson lands and upkick, but Sotiropoulos goes back down and passes to mount. Sotiropoulos scrambles around, nearly securing an armbar, but then moves back to mount to finish the round.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Sotiropoulos

R2 – Stevenson tries to establish his boxing game to start the round, but goes to one knee courtesy of a Sotiropoulos straight left. Stevenson moving well, but Sotiropoulos is landing the more effective shots. Stevenson scores the double-leg takedown midway through the round, landing in Sotiropoulos’ guard. The Aussie is nearing an Omo Plata. Sotiropoulos gets the sweep, gives up the Omo Plata, and then gets back to his feet. Stevenson immediately puts him back on the mat, but Sotiropoulos moves from submission attempt to submission attempt. Stevenson falls back from full guard for a leglock attempt, but Sotiropoulos is out, locking on an Anaconda choke that he can’t finish before time runs out.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Sotiropoulos

R3 – They start trading right away, Sotiropoulos again landing more frequently. Sotiropoulos catches a kick for a takedown, gets caught in a guillotine, but gets out and back to the feet. Stevenson goes for a takedown from clinch, but Sotiropoulos reverses it on the way down. They quickly get back to their feet, trading shots. Stevenson finally manages a strong takedown, landing in top position. Stevenson stands up and gets caught with two upkicks before Sotiropoulos gets back up. Stevenson again scores the takedown, but gets tied up as the round closes.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Stevenson; the fight 29-28 for Sotiropoulos

George Sotiropoulos def. Joe Stevenson by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27), R3

 

KEITH JARDINE VS. RYAN BADER

R1 – Both fighters head hunting to start off the round. Bader lands a solid overhand right mid-round, then follows up with a quick takedown, and starts working from half guard. Bader doing a good job keeping a strong position, staying heavy, and picking away at Jardine with punches and forearms. Jardine manages to tie-up Bader and the ref stands them up to finish the round.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Bader.

R2 – They throw a few punches before Jardine lands a hard leg kick. They clinch up and Bader presses Jardine against the cage, but Jardine defends the takedown and they take center cage, Jardine landing a hard right. Good takedown defense so far from Jardine. Bader misses with a big overhand right, Jardine lands the leg kick and defends another shot. Bader kicks, misses and falls down, but is right back up.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Jardine.

R3 – The round starts with both trading shots, Bader shooting, and Jardine stuffing the takedown. Jardine using feints a lot more now, but not managing a lot of damaging shots. Bader manages a takedown, but Jardine gets right back up and starts firing. Bader rocks Jardine with a hard right, catches him with a flying knee then follows with a left hook that puts Jardine down and out.

Ryan Bader def. Keith Jardine by KO (Left Hook) at 2:10, R3

 

MIRKO “CRO COP” FILIPOVIC VS. ANTHONY PEROSH

R1 – Cro Cop immediately starts stalking Perosh, not landing much. Perosh goes for the takedown, but Cro Cop defends the takedown, nearly securing a guillotine. Back to the center of the cage, Cro Cop again looking for an opening, lands a left-right combo followed by another left that have a visible effect on Perosh. Perosh searching for a way to get Cro Cop down, but keeps eating hard individual shots, his nose now bloody. Perosh goes to the ground, but Cro Cop isn’t bated into it. Cro Cop was patient the entire round, just picking shots, not rushing, but not looking at all concerned about Perosh.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Cro Cop.

R2 – Cro Cop doing a good job sprawling Perosh’s takedown attempts, forcing the Aussie to stand with him. Perosh gets the crowd going with a couple inside leg kicks, but Cro Cop sprawls out on another takedown attempt and starts pot shotting Perosh on the ground before making him stand up again. Cro Cop sprawls another takedown, but this time works on Perosh more on the ground, going into his guard and cutting the Aussie with a sharp elbow over the right eye. Cro Cop gives a little shake of his head; kind of surprised that Perosh wants to continue. Hard right from Cro Cop and Perosh goes down, this time Cro Cop following him with a more intense attack as the round ends.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-8 for Cro Cop.

Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic def. Anthony Perosh by TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage – Cut) at 5:00, R2

 

STEPHAN BONNAR VS. KRZYSZTOF SOSZYNSKI

-Krzysztof Soszynski def. Stephan Bonnar by TKO (Cut) at 1:04, R3
(Per Yahoo! Sports)

 

CHRIS LYTLE VS. BRIAN FOSTER

-Chris Lytle def. Brian Foster by Submission (Knee Bar) at 1:41, R1
(Per Yahoo! Sports)

 

GORAN RELJIC VS. C.B. DOLLAWAY

-C.B. Dollaway def. Goran Reljic by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3
(Per Yahoo! Sports)

 

IGOR POKRAJAC VS. JAMES TE HUNA

-James Te Huna def. Igor Pokrajac by TKO (Strikes), R3
(Per Yahoo! Sports)

 

UFC 110 QUICK RESULTS:

Main Bouts (On Pay-Per-View):
-Cain Velasquez def. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira by Knockout (Punches) at 2:20, R1
-Wanderlei Silva def. Michael Bisping by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3
-George Sotiropoulos def. Joe Stevenson by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27), R3
-Ryan Bader def. Keith Jardine by KO (Left Hook) at 2:10, R3
-Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic def. Anthony Perosh by TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage – Cut) at 5:00, R2

Preliminary Bouts (Non-Televised):
-Krzysztof Soszynski def. Stephan Bonnar by TKO (Cut) at 1:04, R3
-Chris Lytle def. Brian Foster by Submission (Knee Bar) at 1:41, R1
-C.B. Dollaway def. Goran Reljic by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3
-James Te Huna def. Igor Pokrajac by TKO (Strikes), R3

CANCELLED DUE TO INJURY:
-Elvis Sinosic vs. Chris Haseman

 

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