UFC 137 Results: Penn vs. Diaz Play-by-Play

October 29, 2011
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UFC 137: Penn vs. Diaz takes place Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. MMAWeekly.com brings you UFC 137 full results and play-by-play.

The main card begins at 6:00 p.m. PT/9:00 p.m. ET with the preliminary bouts beginning at approximately 2:45 p.m. PT/5:45 p.m. ET. (Click on the fight below for UFC 137 play-by-play or click on the link at the bottom of the page for UFC 137 results with no play-by-play.)


BOUT #1 -Dustin Jacoby vs. Clifford Starks (COMPLETED)

BOUT #2 – Chris Camozzi vs. Francis Carmont (COMPLETED)

BOUT #3 – Ramsey Nijem vs. Danny Downes (COMPLETED)

 BOUT #4 – Brandon Vera vs. Eliot Marshall (COMPLETED)

BOUT #5 – Tyson Griffin vs. Bart Palaszewski (COMPLETED)

BOUT #6 – Dennis Siver vs. Donald Cerrone (COMPLETED)


BOUT #7 – Hatsu Hioki vs. George Roop (COMPLETED)

BOUT #8 – Scott Jorgensen vs. Jeff Curran (COMPLETED)

BOUT #9 – Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic vs. Roy Nelson (COMPLETED)

BOUT #10 – Cheick Kongo vs. Matt Mitrione(COMPLETED)

BOUT #11 – BJ Penn vs. Nick Diaz (COMPLETED)

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  • I miss the WEC.

    The UFC needs to stop putting midgetweight fights on PPV cards.

    Do we really need to have a spot on the card taken up to see if Curran picks up his 14th “L”?

    Siver vs Cerrone is on the undercard, the winner of that fight is very close to a title shot, but 2 sub LW fights are on the PPV? WHY? You shouldn’t have to pay to watch guys that are the size of prepubescent girls fight.

    Not buying this card. I’ll swing into a bar around 10:30 and catch the end, but a card needs more than just BJ Penn and Nick Diaz (which is an amazing fight) to justify $55 ….

  • sb

    You got to believe that they run viewer stats on interest and create the cards accordingly. Being 230lbs and training for many years, I’ve had the opportunity to train with some of the best prepubescent girls in BJJ and Muay Thai and trust me they pack some heat. Primate strength and speed. I think you’d rethink your stance if you had to get in the ring with one of them.

  • MikeMc1983

    Jaycrew, I’m with you on that one. I was really hoping the UFC didn’t merge with the wec the moment I heard rumor of it.
    I have respect for the little guys and have no problem with them doing their thing. I just it wasnt mixed with the stuff I’d like to see. It waters good cards down.

    Sb, I get that the guys can be tough, but there’s a reason why fights finish less with every weight class you drop. It is however unique when you get a guy who finishes often in the low weight classes. That’s one of the reasons bj penn was so impressive. Or why aldo was until he’s looked really human in his last couple of fights.

    I have a 15 year old living with me. She’s 5’4″ 118lbs
    She didn’t realize how small aldo was until I explained to her that if she held a 10lbs weight in each hand, she’d weigh too much to fight him. It’s crazy to me. Boxing is the same way.

    I’ve even heard Dana saying they’re looking at adding a 125lbs division. I really hope that doesn’t happen. The more of these low weight classes we see, the less “normal” fighting we get to see.

  • RonnieV

    Diaz whooped that ass, Don’t be scared Homey (GSP)

  • I didn’t get to watch the fight but I fukn knew Diaz would win hahaha!

  • please no takedowns

    hey jaycrew…currans ground came was crazy he was going for shit no ones ever seen someone on the grund do before… you still don’t know what mma stand for do you? you can watch sloppy ass wild fights on youtube for free..this game is all about mistakes these days [chess match] not close your eyes and hope when you open them your the one talking to joe rogan.