UFC 152 Real Time Results

One of the strongest UFC cards in recent memory is ready to unfold in a matter of moments from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, giving MMA fans a long overdue fix of in-Octagon action. In addition to being chock full of talent, the lineup also features a pair of title-fights at the top including the crowning of the company’s inaugural flyweight champion.

Headlining UFC 152, light heavyweight phenom Jon Jones will battle original “Phenom” Vitor Belfort in hopes of retaining his gold for the fourth straight time. The 16-1 Jones has won seven straight bouts entering the affair, while Belfort has back-to-back finishes in his last two outings and is one of the most respected fighters on the UFC roster based on overall experience/past accomplishments.

Other notable match-ups slated for tonight’s event feature the likes of Demetrious Johnson-Joseph Benavidez, who will battle it out for the flyweight belt, as well as a middleweight clash with contendership implications between Michael Bisping and Brian Stann.

Things start off on Facebook at approximately 6:45 PM EST before FX takes over at 8:00 PM EST and PPV closes things out two hours later. As always, Five Ounces of Pain will be glued to the set and relaying real time results back to readers as things go down in the arena.

Read below for a full list of outcomes including play-by-play for the main card collisions:

Kyle Noke def. Charlie Brenneman via technical knockout at :45 round 1 (strikes)
Mitch Gagnon def. Walel Watson via submission at 1:09 round 1 (rear naked choke)
Seth Baczynski def. Simeon Thoresen via knockout at 4:10 of round 1 (strikes)
Marcus Brimage def. Jimy Hettes by unanimous decision (29-28×3)
Sean Pierson def. Lance Benoist by unanimous decision (29-28×3)
T.J. Grant def. Evan Dunham via unanimous decision (29-28×2, 30-27)
Vinny Magalhaes def. Igor Pokrajac via submission at 1:14 round 2 (armbar)
Charles Oliveira vs. Cub Swanson

Round 1

Oliveira starts to jab early and is getting off first. Oliveira gets the takedown and begins working from the top and starts landing elbows. Swanson scrambles up and lands a leg kick. Swanson lands a left hook to the body, and powerful overhand right that drops Oliveira.

Cub Swanson def. Charles Oliveira via knockout at 2:40 of round 1 (strikes)
Matt Hamill vs. Roger Hollett

Round 1
Hammill comes out pushing the action right away and is landing jabs. Hollett lands a solid left hook to the body. Both fighters feeling each other out, but neither are landing combinations. Hammil is walking in with his hands down, has no respect for Hollett’s hands. Hammil takes down Hollett, and is landing shots from back mount. Hammill comes close to finishing it, but Hollett scrambles up. Hollett Lands a solid body shot before the round ends.

Round 2

Both come out a lot slower, and Hollett lands a solid body shot and avoid a Hammill takedown.  Hammill looks significantly slower, and may have gassed out trying to finish Hollett. Hammill gets the takedown by ducking under the right hand from Hollett. Hammill just gets up, and lets Hollett up. Neither fighter is doing much. Hollett lands a spinning back kick, and then lands a hook to the body. Hollett tries a spinning back kick again, but Hammill takes him down for his troubles. Hollett eats two punches before the round ends.

Round 3
Hammill presses the action early and is walking down Hollett, but Hollett is landing jabs and staying on his feet. Hammill dives in and gets the power double. Hollett roles to his stomach, and Hammill is landing shots from back/side mount. Hammill is content with landing with landing hammer fists. Hollett roles under and retains half mount. Hollett scrambles his way up and lands a solid right hand. Hammill takes him right back down with a double leg, and is in Hollett’s ½ guard. Hollett gets back to full guard, and Mirgiliotta stands them up. Hammill closes the distance and gets another double leg takedown. Hammill finishes the round landing shots from full guard.

Matt Hammill def. Roger Hollett via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27×2)


Michael Bisping vs. Brian Stann

Round 1

Stann pressing the action early, and presses Bisping against the cage.  Bisping turns him around, and both keep switching back and forth. Stann is coming forward and lands a solid leg kick. Both in the center trading, and Bisping goes for a double leg but can’t get it. Bisping lands a low shot, they start right back. They go back to the center and start trading. Stann now lands a low one, but they are back at it fast. Stann really going after the lead leg of Bisping. Stann lands a big punch that stuns Bisping and closes the distance. Stann lands a few more shots as the round ends.

Round 2
They waste no time trading in the center again. Stann still walking down Bisping. Bisping gets the takedown and is in the die mount of Stann, but Stann is doing a good job of avoiding shots or damage. Stann reverses the takedown, and is now on top of Bisping in full guard. Bisping scrambles up and lands some shots on the way up. Bisping presses Stann against the cage, but they break. Back to the center and both are exchanging punches. Bisping takes Stann down again, and is now working from side mount.

Round 3
They exchange in the center, and Bisping gets a takedown but Stann pops right back up.  Stann still coming forward and pressing the action. Bisping is landing jabs but can’t put combinations together. Stann is landing as well, but not as often. Bisping is putting them together now, and shoots in for another takedown but Stann stuffs it. Stann lands some knees to the body of Bisping and Bisping backs off. Seems like Bisping is picking apart Stann, but Stann is still landing and defending takedowns. Bisping gets an inside trip and takes Stann down again. Stann scrambles back up.

Michael Bisping def. Brian Stann via unanimous decision (29-28×3)
Joseph Benavidez vs. Demetrious Johnson

Round 1
Benavidez pressing forward early and landing leg kicks. Benavidez gets DJ pressed up against the cage, but DJ ducks out. Benavidez does it again but DJ is landing knees to the body. Benavidez is chasing DJ around, but DJ is having a hard time gauging the distance. Benavidez dives for a takedown, but DJ just runs away from it. Benavidez looking to clinch backup against the fence, but DJ is using his footwork well. Benavidez now having a hard time finding DJ in the cage. Benavidez rolls for a knee bar, but eats a hammer fist for his troubles as the round ends.

Round 2
Benavidez really loading up on his shots but not landing them. DJ landing solid leg kicks as Benavidez continues to chase him. DJ starting to put together combinations. Benavidez still trying to clinch with DJ but can’t get DJ to still up against the fence. DJ now stalking Benavidez. Benavidez keeps diving in for takedowns but DJ is just running away from them. DJ gets the back of Benavidez, Benavidez eats a knee but quickly escapes. Benavidez lands a solid right hand, but DJ still coming forward.

Round 3
Benavidez really headhunting now, but still not connecting solid. DJ seems content to counter most of these shots. DJ lands a solid left and Benavidez is now bleeding out of above the corner of his left eye. Benavidez still trying to get DJ down, and is unsuccessful yet again.  DJ lands some nice hands, and Benavidez does well to duck under a big haymaker. Benavidez finally takes DJ down, and DJ is right back up. Benavidez gets poked in the eye but LaVigne doesn’t see it no stop in action. DJ now coming forward and landing shots as the round ends.

Round 4
DJ opens the round with a solid leg kick, and Benavidez goes in for the clinch but DJ answers with a solid counter hook. Benavidez drops DJ, and a scramble starts. Benavidez gets mount and comes close to getting a guillotine choke. DJ defends well and Benavidez stands up, but DJ drags him back down with a heel hook attempt. Benavidez lands back on top, but DJ scrambles back up. Benavidez dives for a takedown but DJ ends up on top, but Benavidez is able to get back up. DJ dives under a punch and gets the takedown, but Benavidez pops right back up this time. On the way up DJ lands a head kick. Benavidez comes forward again, but DJ ducks under again and gets the takedown and attacks in side control until the round ends.

Round 5

DJ seems fresher in the 5th and opens up with a leg kick. DJ pressing forward and lands a solid body kick. DJ gets a big takedown but Benavidez jumps back up, but DJ does it again and Benavidez right back up again. DJ very loose, and is looking for the counter. DJ gets the takedown and is now working from side control. Benavidez rolls over and scrambles back up, but DJ is still coming forward. Benavidez really winding up with his punches now and DJ sees them coming. Really seems like Benavidez just can’t catch up to DJ. DJ dives in for the takedown Benavidez defends well.  Close fight.

Demetrious Johnson def. Joseph Benavidez by split decision (48-47, 47-48. 49-46)

Demetrious Johnson crowned the first UFC Flyweight Champion.

Jon Jones vs. Vitor Belfort

Round 1

Bones stalking early, and goes in for the takedown and gets it easily. Belfort tieing him up well. Belfort comes close to securing an arm bar, and had the arm hyper extended. JJ gets out by stacking him. JJ now in full guard landing shots. Belfort is now cut from an elbow. JJ landing shots from the guard, and Belfort is bleeding bad. JJ landing elbow after elbow as Belfort working for submissions. JJ stands up and jumps back in as the round ends.

Round 2
Belfort checked for cuts before the round starts. Belfort lands body shots as JJ stalks him. JJ throws spinning elbow but it misses. JJ still landing a side kick to the front of Belfort’s knee. JJ is landing that same leg at will. Belfort having a hard time with the reach and is standing right in front of JJ. Belfort now coming forward, they get to the clinch and Belfort pulled guard. JJ landing more elbows from full guard. Belfort attempts a triangle at the end of the round, but the bell rings.

Round 3
JJ coming forward and is throwing kicks, but Belfort is blocking most of them. Belfort really not pulling the trigger. JJ drops Belfort with a body kick, and JJ jumps into his guard. JJ working elbows from the top again. JJ stands up and lets Belfort back up. Belfort coming forward a bit now, but JJ answering well throwing kicks. Belfort presses JJ up against the cage, and Belfort pulls guard. JJ throwing more elbows from full guard. JJ passes to half guard and lands some elbows, but Belfort retains full guard before it gets really ugly.

Round 4
JJ stalking Belfort early and Belfort comes forward landing shots. Belfort clinches and he pulls guard.  JJ lands on top and in side control. JJ gets the mounted crucifix and starts to land elbows, He then wraps up the far arm of Belfort and gets the Americana submission via tap.

Jon Jones def. Vitor Belfort via submission at :54 of round 4 (americana)

Jon Jones defends his light heavyweight title

 

46 COMMENTS
  • Mad_Hatter_XX says:

    Hope Vitor wins as I got 10k on him to win at 13-1..nah just kidding I expect Jones to put the boots to Vitor and send him back to 185 with his tail between his legs. Props to Vitor for stepping up and taking the fight just don’t expect a positive outcome for him.

    Really excited for the 125 pounders. Those guys both got mad skills and match should be really fast and exciting. Think Johnson takes the UD in a very good match. Mighty Mouse looked better against Cruz than Faber did but, was just a bit too small. At 125 he fights guys his size and is gonna be a tough fight for anyone in the world at that weight.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Main card:

    Jones, Benavidez, Bisping, Hamill, Oliveira.

    Undercard:

    Charlie Brenneman
    Walel Watson
    Seth Baczynski
    Jimy Hettes
    Lance Benoist
    Evan Dunham
    Vinny Magalhaes

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  • Dufresne says:

    Good job by Noke. I don’t think that was an early stoppage though. Brenneman went completely out there for a second and the ref’s job is to protect the fighter, and if he hadn’t stepped in there it’s entirely possible that Noke would have landed several more shots to a completely unconscious fighter.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    I agree. It was very borderline; I don’t see how Brenneman was going to do anything but eat more punches.

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  • AlphaOmega says:

    Just got home and wont be able to watch the fight, so late picks of the later rounds.

    Vinny Magalhaes
    Cub Swanson
    Matt Hamill
    Brian Stann
    Joseph Benavidez
    Jon Jones

    I’m picking Jones to win, but I want belfort.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Well, fuck me for picking against a Canadian. Haha, I’ll admit I didn’t spend much time on my undercard picks; hopefully we get this outta the system before the main card.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Underdogs are 2-0 so far, with Gagnon and Noke notching short wins. Good start to the night, except the part where I picked the wrong guy.

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  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    When Superman Punching goes wrong…

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  • BillyWarhol says:

    Ya done Canada Proud Mitch!!******* Rock On!!

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Getting tired of them running this ad claiming Vitor was the heavyweight champion. He wasn’t. He won a heavyweight tournament. Otherwise, he would be the youngest champion in UFC history.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    What a KO by Seth!!! DAMN!!

    Only clean shot he landed all fight.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Hettes basically gave that last round away.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    LOL thumbs down. Hettes had his hands by his sides the entire fight, and round 3 he just walked into punches. Love it.

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  • THEGUNNER says:

    Bisping. Joseph and vitor

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Dunham / Grant is is an easy FOTN candidate.

    Underdogs are 5-1 thus far. Soooo glad I don’t gamble.

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  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    If you missed Dunham/Grant you should find a way to watch it at some point soon.

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  • moosebaby02 says:

    and the Canadians keep on rolling

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Vinny comes through for me. Why the Hell Igor went to the ground…. I don’t even.

    Great submissioon.

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  • Creature says:

    Duhnam/Grant I think could easily be a candidate for FOTY. Epic fight. Glad to see Vinny get the return sub.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Man, I just love Vinny’s BJJ game. It’s one thing to be a good black belt, it’s another to rock transitions like Vinny did into that armbar.

    Would not shock me if that was a SOTN.

    Underdogs 6-1 on the undercard. In other news, don’t listen to me when it comes to undercards.

    Like I said above; hope the wrong picks are out of my system now. (I still bet against a Canadian though… I’m worried.)

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  • Lord Faust says:

    LOL /wrists

    0-1.

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  • Dufresne says:

    F*cking. Wow.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Oliviera’s gotta have a busted orbital off that one.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Yeah, that was Bob Sapp-esque.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Hamill looked okay. Not great, but not bad for a long layoff.

    Ronda Rousey looked delicious. As usual.

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  • Dufresne says:

    And this is probably my most anticipated fight of the evening. Should be great.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    WHAT A GREAT IDEA TO BUMP DUNHAN / GRANT TO THE UNDERCARD FOR A HAMILL FIGHT.

    To quote Dana from TUF: “*BEEP* *BEEP*’ing ground *BEEP*’ing game *BEEP* *BEEP* *BEEP* *BEEP*”

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  • Dufresne says:

    The Dunham/Grant fight probably got them a few thousand extra PPV buys, so it was a smart idea.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Not the FOTN I was hoping for, but Bisping won exactly as I expected.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    I’m liking Bisping more and more. Good crisp technical fighter, knows his own limitations…

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  • Lord Faust says:

    He landed the jab at will. There was some shenanigans with the eye pokes and such, but overall Bisping put on a good technical fight.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Wow. Johnson is crazy fast. Doesn’t help that Benavidez is posting and trying to tee off.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Round 4 was great, the rest of this fight deserved to be booed.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Those little f*ckers are fast. But at least 2 of the judges got the fight right.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Whoever scored that 3-2 for Joe is an idiot, and I wanted Joe to win.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Yeah, no way Joe won that bad boy.

    And now, let the miracle commence.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Come on Vitor, did you really have to say “he got me in the ribs which were hurt in training”?? Seriously? Even if you were hurt in training, can’t you at least leave that out of the post fight speech?
    I’m not a fan of Jones as a person (but his talent is amazing), but even still I find it annoying when people throw comments like that out there. Just accept that he beat you on this night.

    At least when you go home you don’t have to deal with being a douche.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Oh, and that is almost certainly the submission of the night.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Not trying to start shit, but without the main event, this would have been a terrible PPV. I think Dana owes Jon a favour. Belfort too.

    I almost jizzed my pants when that armbar was locked in. Credit to Jones for not tapping; I’m sure he’ll be out until the second quarter of 2013.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Yeah Faust, I was sitting there thinking about all the guys in Vegas that were shitting their pants when that armbar got locked in. I can’t believe Jones not only didn’t tap to that, but kept throwing with his injured arm.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Man, I had my depends ready to go if he got the sub. Jones may be a Douche, but he’s got some balls on ‘im.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    FYI, underdogs went 9-3 tonight. As I said before: glad I don’t gamble.

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  • John Petit says:

    Thats a wrap people. Solid card. I hope you enjoyed the PBP, Ill be doing more of these, and I will be trying to get more involved int he conversation as I get used to them. Thanks guys!

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  • Lord Faust says:

    IMO Vinny got robbed on sub of the night.

    I guess Dana and Jones are friends again, Dana just wrote bonus cheques to a bunch of Jackson’s MMA fighters.

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  • Lord Faust says:

    Thanks for the play-by-play John. Everyone else on Twitter, follow him @scream13

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  • AlphaOmega says:

    The only predictions I got wrong was Stann and Benavidez

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