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UFC 123 Play-by-Play and Results: Rampage vs. Machida

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Former UFC light heavyweight champions Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Lyoto Machida square off in the main event of UFC 123: Rampage vs. Machida on Saturday at The Palace at Auburn Hills in Detroit. The preliminary bouts begin at approximately 4:20 p.m. PT/7:20 p.m. ET; the main bouts are set to start at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET.

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(Click on the fight below for UFC 123 play-by-play as it is updated or click on the link at the bottom of the page for quick results of all the fights with no play-by-play.)

PRELIMINARY BOUTS:

BOUT #1: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Nik Lentz vs Tyson Griffin

BOUT #2: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Paul Kelly vs TJ O'Brien

BOUT #3: (COMPLETED)

BOUT #4: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Karo Parisyan vs Dennis Hallman

BOUT #5: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Mark Munoz vs Aaron Simpson

BOUT #6: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Brian Foster vs Matt Brown

MAIN BOUTS:

BOUT #7: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results George Sotiropoulos vs Joe Lauzon

BOUT #8: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Phil Davis vs Tim Boetsch

BOUT #9: (COMPLETED)

BOUT #10: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results BJ Penn vs Matt Hughes

BOUT #11: (COMPLETED)

UFC 123 Live Results Lyoto Machida vs Quinton Rampage Jackson

UFC 123: Rampage vs. Machida Quick Results


  • God

    Love the new Play-by-Play format with fighter pictures, etc.

  • reggiethereckless

    Tyson Griffin should move down to 145. He’s looked smaller in his last few fights and he would probably be a contender at that weight which is good because Aldo has few possible opponents left. 2 split decision losses and a loss to a legend isn’t enough for him to be cut imo

  • Lord Abortion

    I agree about Tyson Griffin cutting or just not being cut from the UFC. Guy has earned his spot and is a good fighter. I doubt he’ll be cut based off of the Gomi loss and some controversial decisions.