- UFC 94 RESULTS, LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY AND PHOTOS

January 31, 2009
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by MMAWeekly.com LIVE
MMAWeekly.com is on location in Las Vegas to bring live results, play-by-play and photos from Saturday night’s UFC 94 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

The UFC 94 main event features the anticipated mega-fight for the UFC welterweight title. Current champion Georges St. Pierre looks to defend his title from UFC lightweight champion B.J. Penn in a rematch three years in the making.

Other bouts feature a light heavyweight battle between Top 10 fighters Lyoto Machida and Thiago Silva and a lightweight showdown pitting Clay Guida and Nate Diaz against each other.

The first preliminary bout is scheduled to begin at approximately 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET. The main card on pay-per-view begins at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET.

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UFC 94 Play-by-Play:

Georges St. Pierre vs. B.J. Penn
(Late betting money has gone on Georges St. Pierre at the MGM as the latest odds have GSP at -170 and B.J. Penn at +140. A slight increase in St. Pierre’s favor over Friday.)

Canadian and Hawaiian flags pop up across the arena as fans again begin the GSP and B.J. Penn chants across the arena.

The crowd is deafening as B.J. Penn makes his way onto the arena floor and heads to the Octagon for the biggest fight in UFC history.

Not to be done by their Hawaiian counterparts, the Canadian contingent was out in full force, raising the volume to unbelievable levels as Georges St. Pierre stepped into the Octagon… Game on!!!

R1 – No touch of the gloves, they immediately tie up and start trading knees, backing up to the fence. St. Pierre hooks a leg and attempts a takedown, Penn’s amazing balance keeps them upright and they re-clinch along the fence. Penn lands a couple of punches as St. Pierre again goes for the takedown, but can’t get it. They separate, St. Pierre landing a right hand as they split. St. Pierre initiates the clinch at center ring, starts kneeing Penn and drives him to the fence. Again trying for a takedown, St. Pierre gives up and opts again for the clinch. They exchange punches, Penn catching St. Pierre with the right hand and a good stiff left jab. St. Pierre lands a left-right combination, controlling the center of the Octagon. Again they clinch on the fence, St. Pierre pressing his weight on Penn. St. Pierre lands a stiff jab of his own s they separate, then a right leg kick.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for St. Pierre.

R2 – St. Pierre lands a jab to the body. Penn rushes forward and St. Pierre catches him coming in, but no heavy damage. They clinch up against the fence again, St. Pierre once again looking for the takedown, and this time he gets it, landing in Penn’s guard. St. Pierre starts to ground and pound, while Penn starts working his legs up, looking for a submission. St. Pierre stands up and then dropdown in Penn’s guard, punching as he does so. He passes Penn’s guard and works from side control, punching to the head repeatedly. St. Pierre starts mixing in hammer fists. Penn gets his guard back, putting St. Pierre in a full guard. St. Pierre postures up and drops some heavy punches down on Penn. St. Pierre stands, drops some big shots, stands again, and then passes guard, but Penn immediately gets his guard back. But St. Pierre unleashes a couple of really heavy punches, and it looks like he may have cut Penn under his left eye, the round closing.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for St. Pierre.

R3 – St. Pierre opens with a stiff jab and leg kick, then another strong punch that has blood gushing from Penn’s nose. St. Pierre is snapping Penn’s head with his jab, really starting to mount some damage. He again takes Penn to the mat and goes to work from half guard, punching to the head. Penn gets his full guard back, but St. Pierre continues his ground and pound attack, working head and body. St. Pierre again postures up and drops some heavy shots, but Penn miraculously works back to his feet and pushes St. Pierre up against the fence as he looks for a takedown. St. Pierre manages to get him upright and reverse positions; Penn now back to the fence. St. Pierre again takes Penn down. Pinned to the fence, Penn is feeling some heavy forearms and punches from St. Pierre with no room to escape. St. Pierre stands up and drops down, again brutalizing the lightweight champion.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for St. Pierre.

R4 – St. Pierre starts to work right away on the body with punches and kicks to the legs, then shoots in for a double-leg takedown, putting Penn on his back once again. Working from side control, St. Pierre drops forearms and punches down at will on Penn, but gets warned for shots to the back of the head. He has Penn’s arms trapped and is unloading a relentless barrage. St. Pierre moves to partial mount, continuously punishing Penn with punches to the head and face. He moves back to side control, driving a knee to the ribs, then starts up with punches and hammerfists to the face again, followed by a sharp elbow. Penn continues to move and try to find a way to fend off St. Pierre, but the welterweight champion is just brutalizing Penn with an unwavering attack. With 30 seconds left, St. Pierre opens up, sensing a finish to the fight, hammering away on Penn, who somehow moves to get St. Pierre nearly into his guard.

MMAWeekl.com scores the round 10-8 for St. Pierre.

After the fourth round, referee Herb Dean has seen enough and waves off the fight. Georges St. Pierre is your winner and still UFC welterweight champion of the world!

Georges St. Pierre def. B.J. Penn by TKO (Referee Stoppage) at 5:00, R4

Lyoto Machida vs. Thiago Silva
R1 – As Silva moves in, Machida is the first to start throwing leather, later followed by a left high kick. They clinch, Machida throws a knee, and Silva backs away, complaining of a low blow. They restart, Machida moving in and taking Silva down, landing on top, but they scramble and are quickly back on the feet. Machida dives in with a right hand, but no real damage. Machida drives a knee to the body and lands a punch that puts Silva on his back. Machida follows him down and into his guard, but stands back up, Silva kicking at his shins. Machida dives down into Silva’s guard, starting to ground and pound, but stands back up, allowing Silva up, then kicks him in the head. Machida catches Silva with a left-right punch combination, flooring him again, but can’t finish him off. They wrestle back to their feet, clinched. Machida leg trips Silva, who falls to his back, and then Machida follows him down landing a huge right hand that puts Silva out cold just a split second before the bell.

Lyoto Machida def. Thiago Silva by KO (Punch) at 4:59, R1

Stephan Bonnar vs. Jon Jones
R1 – Jones lands a turning back kick and an inside leg kick, then they clinch, Jones putting up a knee to the body. Jones trips Bonnar and as Bonnar gets back up, Jones lands another knee to the body. They clinch and Jones tosses Bonnar to the ground with a hip toss. Jones neck wrestles Bonnar down, but they’re quickly back up and trading sparingly. Clinched along the fence, Bonnar scores with knees to the thigh and body. Jones suplexes Bonnar and is taking a commanding lead in the round, then lands a spinning elbow that lands to the back of Bonnar’s head and floors him. They get back up and clinch. They then separate and Jones pulls Bonnar’s head down and lands a brutal knee to the face of Bonnar.

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

R2 – Bonnar starts aggressive, throwing kicks. Jones lands another back kick. Bonnar tries an arm throw, but they hit the mat with Jones in control. Back up and Bonnar eats a couple of knees to the face. Jones catches a Bonnar kick and wrestles him to the mat, landing in Bonnar’s half guard. They scramble up and Bonnar throws a high kick that does little. Jones throws a kick, but Bonnar counters with the right hand. Then Jones throws a strong right of his own before they clinch on the fence. Bonnar is looking seriously gassed at this point. But they separate and Bonnar lands some strong punch combinations and they clinch again on the fence. No quit in Bonnar, he moves in on Jones, throwing punches, but Jones clinches and tosses Bonnar.

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

R3 – They clinch right away and start exchanging knees. Bonnar lands an uppercut. They fight out of the clinch, Jones now looking gassed as Banner throws a strong 4-punch combination. They clinch again, trading overhand rights. Bonnar scores an overhand right, they clinch, and Jones wrestles Bonnar to the mat. Bonnar tries to set up the triangle choke, but Jones moves out to side control, Bonnar on all fours, and then they stand up, clinched. They finally separate, less than a minute left, and start to trade, but neither has the gas to throw the fight ending blow. Bonnar moves forward, but Jones clinches and the bout ends.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Bonnar; the fight 29-28 for Jones.

Jon Jones def. Stephan Bonnar by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28), R3

Karo Parisyan vs. Dong Hyun Kim
R1 – Kim wrestles Parisyan to the ground early, maintaining control from behind as they’re squatted up against the fence. Kim jumps to Parisyan’s back as he stands up, and starts punching Parisyan in the head. Parisyan flips them to the ground, but Kim maintains back control with hooks in, punching Parisyan to the sides of the head and urging the crowd on. Parisyan stands with Kim on his back, diving back to the ground in an attempt to break free, but Kim won’t let go. Parisyan gets free, but Kim goes for an armbar, followed by a triangle attempt, and then winds up with Parisyan in his full guard. They scramble back to their feet and Kim again gains control from behind, as they move back down to the mat. Parisyan works back to his feet and the two clinch on the fence. They separate, swinging hard, but neither connects.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Dong Hyun Kim.

R2 – Kim throws a high kick that grazes Parisyan, who then throws a few punches, then has his takedown attempt stuffed. They lock up on the fence and Kim takes Parisyan down, a scramble ensues, with Parisyan nearly securing a Kimura. They scramble back to their feet, clinched on the fence. Parisyan scores with a tremendous judo throw. They remain tied up and return to standing along the fence. They separate and trade a few sparse punches before clinching again and making their way back to the fence.

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

R3 – They come out firing, but clinch right away and Kim wrestles Parisyan to the mat. Parisyan kicks Kim off of him, but gets a warning for kicking him to the face when Kim was still on the ground. Stood up, they clinch and wrestle to the mat and back to the feet once more, following the pattern of the first two rounds. Clinched on the fence, Kim lands a solid knee to the body, then Parisyan returns in kind with a jumping knee, then they begin to wrestle again for position. They spend the rest of the round clinched and wrestling along the fence.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-10; the fight 29-29.

Karo Parisyan def. Dong Hyun Kim by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3

Nathan Diaz vs. Clay Guida
R1 – Guida scores first with a couple strong leg kicks, but Diaz is doing a good job putting his jab out there. Guida is using his movement a lot, keeping his head down and throwing the right hand followed by a kick, but Diaz is starting to really pop the jab. Guida snags a leg, but soon gives up on the takedown and launches a right hand to the body. Diaz goes for the takedown, but Guida stuffs it and ends up on top of Diaz on the ground in half-guard, then moving to full guard. As Diaz stands, Guida takes his back, wrestling Diaz down with a full nelson hold. Diaz flips over, lands on all fours, but Guida still has back control as they stand up. Guida scoops Diaz up and slams him to mat, landing in guard, firing punches. They scramble back up to the feet where Guida maintains control and lands a solid knee.

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

R2 – The round opens with a brief exchange, then a clinch on the fence, Diaz landing knees to the body, then Guida landing knees to the thighs. From behind, Guida wrestles Diaz to the mat, but they quickly return to their feet along the fence. A chess match for position at this point with Guida being more in control. Diaz scores a nice hip toss, but Guida maintains control from behind Diaz, neither able to secure anything too damaging. Diaz again scores the takedown, but Guida maintains contol and then works into Diaz’ guard as the round ends, Diaz looking for a submission, Guida throwing punches.

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

R3 – They come out firing, Diaz gaining the upper hand with his jab. Guida staying busy, moving in with the punch-kick combination, but Diaz’ reach is keeping him ahead as he lands more combinations, more frequently. Diaz starts posturing, taunting Guida, but then unleashes a flurry that has Guida hurt. Guida finally locks Diaz up along the fence, but Diaz uses the hip toss again. Right back up on the feet, Guida maintains control from behind, but Diaz tries to work for the Kimura. Guida then wrests Diaz down with a single-leg, but they’re right back up against the fence. Guida jumps up on Diaz’ back near the end of the round, but can’t take advantage and the fight is over.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Diaz; the fight 29-28 for Guida.

Clay Guida def. Nate Diaz by Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28), R3

Jon Fitch (#2 Welterweight in the World)* vs. Akihiro Gono
(Gono and his two sidekicks make their way to the ring wearing sequined dresses and wigs… yes, in drag, giving fans a little dance routine as they stopped just short of the Octagon.)

R1 – Fitch opens with a hard-fought takedown attempt, but Gono defends and they end up clinched on the fence, exchanging knees before separating. Fitch drives in with punches, clinches and then starts an attack of knees to the body. They separate, but Fitch immediately continues to stalk Gono and finally scores a takedown, getting to the Japanese fighter’s back. He works for the choke, but starts throwing punches to the side of Gono’s head in an attempt to open him up. Gono tries to stand, but Fitch maintains back control as the round ends.

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

R2 – Fitch lands a hard kick to the leg of Gono that leaves him limping a bit before they clinch along the fence. Fitch eventually secures a leg-trip takedown, landing in Gono’s closed guard. Fitch starts dropping forearms and punches to Gono’s head and body. Fitch attacks the body with a series of punches, then goes heavy with forearms on Gono’s skull, putting the fight very near a stoppage. Gono scrambles, but Fitch takes his back and locks on the body triangle, punching his head. Gono tries to get out, but gets caught in an armbar just before the bell sounds.

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

R3 – Fitch catches Gono with a punch to the midsection and then follows with a solid kick and takedown. He immediately starts working his ground and pound from half guard, stuffing punches and forearms in Gono’s face. Gono does a good job upkicking Fitch back and returning to his feet. Gono attempts a jumping knee, but Fitch catches him and ties him up on the fence. Back away from the cage, Gono goes for a rolling kneebar, but Fitch defends well, maintaining back control. Gono turns and Fitch works some brutal strikes from knee on belly. Gono reverses into Fitch’s half butterfly guard before falling into full guard. Gono gets out and stands up, attempting a kick as Fitch stands up, but can’t score. Fitch lands a left-right punch combination followed by several knees, then scrambles Gono to the mat as the round ends.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Fitch; the fight 30-27 for Fitch.

John Fitch def. Akihiro Gono by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26), R3

Manny Gamburyan vs. Thiago Tavares
R1 – Neither fighter is quick to engage. About 45 seconds in, Tavares scores with a double-leg takedown and starts working some solid ground and pound from Gamburyan’s guard. Moving to half guard, Tavares has his arm snagged by Gamburyan, who attempts a Kimura. The move is close to a finish, but Tavares deftly spins out and back into the full guard of Gamburyan, again unleashing an aggressive ground and pound barrage. Gamburyan attempts to escape, but Tavares has a gut wrench hold. Standing, Gamburyan throws Tavares, who maintains the gut wrench the entire time and thy return to their feet. Tavares picks Gamburyan up and slams him to the mat, back into his guard and attacking with punches and hammerfists. They work back to their feet as the round ends.

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

R2 – More GSP and B.J. Penn chants erupt in one corner of the arena, as Gamburyan moves in on Tavares with a combination of punches and kicks that doesn’t do much damage, few landing. Tavares attempts a takedown, but Gamburyan reverses it and lands on the mat in Tavares’ full guard, attacking with ground and pound. A slow down in the action and referee Josh Rosenthal stands the fighters up. They immediately start trading punches, Tavares getting the better of the exchange, landing a wild right hook before they lock-up along the fence, the round ending.

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

R3 – Tavares opens with some strong right hands, but can’t score the takedown he’s looking for. They exchange, but Tavares’ size is weighing in his favor, giving him the harder punch of the two, but then Gamburyan fires right back with a straight right that snaps Tavares’ head back, then follows with a strong leg kick. Gamburyan lands a couple more good shots, but Tavares lands a cracking leg kick of his own and soon follows with a right cross. Gamburyan fails on his takedown attempt and eats a knee from Tavares on his way back to the feet. Gamburyan shoots again, but Tavares fends him off and they start exchanging punches again. The fight ends in a dance over the last 20 seconds with no strikes thrown.

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

Thiago Tavares def. Manny Gamburyan by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3

Chris Wilson vs. John Howard
R1 – Wilson attempts a knee strike early, but Howard catches it and takes him down, but lets him right back up to the feet, peppering him with punches in a brief flurry. They exchange leg kicks and punches over the next minute or so, Howard landing the harder shots, before clinching and wrestling to the mat. As they stand up, Howard lands a hard right that appears to hurt Wilson. Wilson then follows with a nice punch-kick combination, a low kick sweeping the leg out from under Howard. Wilson follows him down, attempting a guillotine, but Howard defends., putting Wilson in his guard. Wilson lands some hard shots to the head and body, before standing up and an impressive wrestling exchange ensues, Howard winding up in Wilson’s guard. Stalemated, referee Herb Dean stands them up. Howard scores a high single leg as the round ends.

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

(In between rounds an errant “GSP! GSP! GSP!” chant erupts through the arena, soon followed by a “B.J. Penn” chant in retort.)

R2 – Howard opens with a brutal leg kick, but Wilson survives and returns with a solid knee strike. Howard then takes Wilson down, they scramble, and are soon back on the feet. Howard scores again with a high single leg takedown, elevating Wilson and dropping him on his back, then starts working from half-guard. They scramble back to their feet. They clinch along the fence, trading knees, before separating and trading blows, Howard again landing the harder shots. He takes Wilson down again, but Wilson ends up in guard this time and starts his ground and pound, unable to do any real damage before the round ends with Howard scrambling out.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Howard.
(More chants through the crowd in between rounds.)

R3 – Howard again wrestles Wilson to the ground, this time taking his back in the process, attempting a rear naked choke. Howard has his legs triangled around the midsection of Wilson. He starts rocking Wilson with some hard punches to the sides of his head, then snags the rear naked choke, much deeper this time, but still can’t finish. He again starts pummeling Wilson’s head, trying to open him up for the choke. Wilson keeps trying to escape, and finally does, reversing position into Howard’s guard. Wilson stands up, but Howard catches his leg between his own and takes Wilson back down, using only his legs. They work their way back to the feet. Wilson tries to start up the striking game, but Howard takes him down again, winding up in Wilson’s guard, eating elbows to the skull before the round comes to a close.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Howard; the fight 30-27 for Howard.

John Howard def. Chris Wilson by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3

Jake O’Brien vs. Christian Wellisch
(Christian Wellisch makes his way to the ring with “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?” by Culture Club blaring over the loudspeakers.)

R1 – O’Brien and Wellisch immediately start trading punches, O’Brien dropping Wellisch briefly. Wellisch pops right back up, they trade a few more shots before O’Brien wrestles Wellisch to his back and starts a ground and pound attack from inside the guard. After a bit of a stalemate, they’re back on their feet. Wellisch misses with a high kick and eats a stiff left jab to jaw. Wellisch misses on his takedown attempt, but falls to his back. O’Brien follows him down and starts to work again from inside the guard. No real damage being done, referee Yves Lavigne stands them up and they immediately start trading punches again. Wellisch lands a couple good punches to the head. O’Brien takes Wellisch down and they trade a couple of up and down positions as the round ends with no further serious damage.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for O’Brien.

R2 – Wellisch starts the round with a strong overhand right. They exchange blows with Wellisch being a little busier of the two, landing more frequently with both punches and kicks. O’Brien is landing some of his shots though, as evidenced by the blodd pouring from Wellisch’s nose. O’Brien shoots and scores the double-leg takedown on O’Brien and begins the ground and pound again, but Wellisch defends well and works back to the feet. Wellisch is again pushing the pace, landing a few good single shots, but not landing many of his follow-ups on the combinations. O’Brien again shoots and takes Wellisch down and begins working from inside his guard. Wellisch again works back to the feet and the round ends in a brief exchange.

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

R3 – While O’Brien looks less tired than Wellisch to start round three, it is Wellisch that is pushing the pace, again landing various punches and kicks. O’Brien again falls back on the takedown and lands it, but Wellisch works his way back to the feet immediately. O’Brien seems to be waiting to counter and Wellisch is using that to his advantage to pile up the score, but just as he gets going, O’Brien takes him down again. Again, Wellsich is right back to his feet, stalking O’Brien, pot-shotting him with punches and kicks. Wellisch is breathing hard, no doubt due in part to blood flowing through his nose, but he is still the busier fighter of the two. O’Brien scores a couple more takedowns, landing in guard on the second one. Wellisch again gets out and up to his feet, the round ending with Wellisch defending another O’Brien takedown.

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

Jake O’Brien def. Christian Wellisch by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 28-29), R3

Matt Arroyo vs. Dan Cramer
R1 – Arroyo starts things off with a solid leg kick. A short time later, he shoots and takes Cramer down, landing in full mount. Cramer reverses, but gets caught in an armbar, which he escapes. Cramer is extremely poised for a fighter making his professional debut. Arroyo lands a couple of elbows to the top of Cramer’s head with Cramer in his full guard. Cramer launches a couple of solid forearms in response. Arroyo tries to climb his legs up for a triangle attempt, but Cramer postures up and drops some solid punches down, starting to hurt Arroyo. With under a minute left in the round, Cramer lands a solid right cross, but gets caught in another armbar attempt, which he again escapes. Cramer stands up and tries to dive bomb in with a punch, the round coming to a close.

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

R2 – Arroyo attempts a back kick, falling to the mat. Cramer follows down into his guard and starts his ground and pound attack. Arroyo rolls out, trying to catch a leg, but Cramer goes back into Arroyo’s guard, eating a few elbows to the top of the head, but then starts his own ground and pound attack again. Just under two minutes left in the round and Cramer lands a hard blow, but Arroyo is doing a good job blocking Cramer’s ground and pound attempts. Arroyo gets a warning for landing an up-kick to the face of Cramer, who was still on his knees at the time. The round ends with Cramer working his ground and pound game and Arroyo defending.

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

R3 – Arroyo scores a takedown and Cramer is on his back, working for a possible triangle choke, but quickly loses the position to Arroyo, who takes his back. Arroyo has one hook in and immediately goes for the rear naked choke. Cramer fights off the choke, but Arroyo starts pummeling him, keeping back mount and wearing Cramer down. Arroyo can’t find the choke and Cramer reverses position, ending up in Arroyo’s guard, trying to start up his ground and pound. Arroyo is doing a good job avoiding any damage. Neither is being effective and referee Steve Mazzagatti stands them up. Arroyo immediately shoots, doesn’t get the takedown, but falls to his back, Cramer in guard. Both fighters appear exhausted at this point, 30 seconds left in the fight. The round ends with neither fighter inflicting any damage.

MMAWeekly.com scores the round 10-9 for Arroyo; the fight 29-28 for Cramer.

Dan Cramer def. Matt Arroyo by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3

UFC 94 Results:

Main Card Bouts:
-St. Pierre def. B.J. Penn by TKO (Referee Stoppage) at 5:00, R4
-Lyoto Machida def. Thiago Silva by KO (Punch) at 4:59, R1
-Jon Jones def. Stephan Bonnar by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28), R3
-Karo Parisyan def. Dong Hyun Kim by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3
-Clay Guida def. Nate Diaz by Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28), R3

Preliminary Bouts:
-John Fitch def. Akihiro Gono by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26), R3
-Thiago Tavares def. Manny Gamburyan by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28), R3
John Howard def. Chris Wilson by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3
-Jake O’Brien def. Christian Wellisch by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 28-29), R3
-Dan Cramer def. Matt Arroyo by Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28), R3

Main card airs in the United States on pay-per-view for $44.95

* Based on MMAWeekly.com World MMA Rankings

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