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UFC 168 Results: Ronda Rousey, Chris Weidman Retain Titles

UFC 168 Results: Ronda Rousey, Chris Weidman Retain Titles

UFC 168: Weidman Vs Silva II takes place tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, and as always Fighters.com will be bringing you complete coverage of the entire event. In the main event, Chris Weidman will defend his title for the first against former champion and future hall of famer Anderson Silva. In the co main event, Ronda Rousey will put her bantamweight title on the line in a rematch against former Strikeforce Champion Miesha Tate.

The fights kick off at 7:00 PM EST, and we will be doing live results and play by play. Make sure you hit refresh for round by round updates.

UFC 168: Weidman Vs Silva II
Dec. 28, 2013
Las Vegas, Nevada / MGM Grand Garden Arena

Main Card:

  • Chris Weidman def. Anderson Silva via Technical Knockout at 1:16 of Round 2
  • Ronda Rousey def. Miesha Tate via Submission at :58 of Round 3 (armbar)
  • Travis Browne def. Josh Barnett via Knockout at 1:00 of Round 1
  • Jim Miller def. Fabrício Camões via Submission at 3:42 of Round 1 (armbar)
  • Dustin Poirier def. Diego Brandao via Technical Knockout at 4:54 of Round 1

Preliminary Card:

  • Uriah Hall def. Chris Leben via Technical Knockout at 5:00 of Round 1
  • Michael Johnson def. Gleison Tibau via Knockout at 1:32 of Round 2
  • Dennis Siver def. Manvel Gamburyan via Unanimous Decision (29-28×3)
  • John Howard def. Siyar Bahadurzada via Unanimous Decision (30-27×3)
  • William Macario def. Bobby Voelker via Unanimous Decision (30-27×3)
  • Robbie Peralta def. Estevan Payan via Knockout at :12 of Round 3

PLAY BY PLAY

Robbie Peralta vs.Estevan Payan
Round 1(ref: Yves Lavigne)
Payan takes the center and the feeling out begins. Peralta opens up with a low kick and walks forward with a tight combination. Peralta grabs ahold of Payan as he backs up and takes him down to the floor. Payan scrambles up and lands a hard knee to the body, but Peralta is not giving him any space. Peralta is landing some knees to the thighs of Payan and then pulls him down to the floor. Payan gets the sweep and ends up in side mount. Payan is landing some nice short elbows to the body of Peralta, but neither landing many shots on the ground. Payan postures up and lands a nice left hand with an elbow behind it. Peralta scrambles up as the round ends.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Payan

Round 2
Peralta opens up with a pair of body kicks. Payan lands a jab but Peralta answers with a nice 1-2. Both fighters land sloppy overhand rights. Peralta scores with a few thudding leg kicks and Payan goes up stairs with one. Peralta is really winging his punches and Payan is seeing them coming, but he isn’t countering very well. Payan gets ahold of Peralta, and pulls him right down and lands in side mount. More short elbows from Payan. Peralta re gains half guard. Peralta scrambles up and eats a solid right hand from Payan. Peralta throws a glancing right hand and grabs ahold of Payan, but Payan puts his back on the fence. Peralta spins him around, and is landing knees and punches.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Payan

Round 3
Peralta comes forward landing a mean combination, and Payan goes down. Peralta follows him down and pounds him out.

Robbie Peralta def.Estevan Payan via Knockout at :12 of Round 3

William Macario vs.Bobby Voelker
Round 1(ref: Mario Yamasaki)
Voelker comes out and lands a 1-2. Macario is still coming forward and lands a loud low kick. Left hooks lands for Macario and Voelker misses with a left hand. Macario comes forward and lands 3 or 4 right hands and backs up Voelker to the fence. Voelker fires back and creates some space. Macario is coming forward landing right and left hands and a solid knee tot he face of Voelker. Voelker looks hurt and his punches are coming in alot slower. Macario lands a big right hand that backs of Voelker and Macario is tearing Voelker to pieces and walking him down. Voelker face is starting to show the damage. Macario is picking his punches and landing them. Macario gets the takedown but Voelker pops up with the help of the fence. Macario lands a nice to the body and creates some space. Macario looks so calm in the fight, and he lands a big left hook. Voelker throws a three piece combination and Macario ducks his way out of trouble from any of them.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Macario

Round 2
Macario comes forward and Voelker is coming out swinging. Voelker lands a nice right hand but Macario avoids most of them. Voelker is swinging for the fences but Macario is staying calm and staying out of danger. Macario’s jab is starting to pay dividends as Voelker comes forward swinging. Macario gets the takedown, but Voelker scrambles up. Voelker is coming forward, but Macario is starting to get the rhythm of Voelker. Voelker lands a solid uppercut. Macario is coming forward and is just battering Voelker. Voelker is busted open. Macario is landing heavy elbows and Voelker is in survival mode. Stop to check the cut. Back at it, Voelker is coming forward but Macario is still landing counters.

RM Sports Score: 10-8 Macario

Round 3
Voelker is bleeding before the round starts. Voelker is showing urgency, but Macario is still picking him apart and ducking and dodging. Macario is clearly the fresher fighter. Macario lands a nice right hand, and Voelker is busted open again. Voelker shoots but Macario defends it. Voelker lands a right hand, but Macario just eats it. Macario lands a nice 1-3. Short break for an eye poke on Voelker. Macario is turning up the heat on Voelker and lands a huge combination. Macario is clearly looking for the counter. Macario lands some low kicks and Macario gets the takedown. Voelker pops back up and he is clearly having a problem with all the blood. Macario is keeping Voelker at bay with low kicks. Macario attempts the takedown but Voelker stops it. They exchange one last time at the bell. Macario is covered in blood, but its all Voelker’s.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Macario
RM Sports Result: 30-26 Macario

William Macario def. Bobby Voelker via Unanimous Decision (30-27×3)

John Howard vs. Siyar Bahadurzada
Round 1(ref: Steve Mazzagatti)
Bahadurzada takes the center and the feeling out begins. Bahadurzada opens up with a pair of low kicks and Howard answers back with one of his own. Howard lands a nice right hand. Bahadurzada misses with a pair of hooks and Howard goes to the body with a left to the body. Bahadurzada lands a solid right hand that backs up Howard. Bahadurzada lands a nice 1-2 and Howard clinches but ends up with his back on the fence. Bahadurzada working some knees and dirty boxing. Howard turns it around and puts Bahadurzada on the fence but can’t keep him there. Bahadurzada lands a nice hook while Howard is throwing a combination, and Howard shoots but is stuffed. Howard catches a kick from Bahadurzada and gets the takedown. Howard mounts him, but Bahadurzada forces a scramble and stands up. Bahadurzada lands a nice right hand and Howard answers with one of his own.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Bahadurzada

Round 2
Bahadurzada takes the center and Howard lands a huge left hand. They are both swinging for the fences and Bahadurzada lands a nice right hand that stops Howard from throwing. Howard lands a big right hand, and then a left kick. Howard lands a glancing left hook and he backs Bahadurzada up the to the fence. Bahadurzada lands a nice combination, and then takes down Howard. Howard throws up his legs for a triangle, but Bahadurzada just stands up and lets up Howard. Howard lands a pair of low kicks, and looks to take down Bahadurzada. Howard gets stuffed and Bahadurzada puts him on the fence and lands some knees. Howard lands a nice left hand and he is looking like he is really tired. They clinch and while Bahadurzada is landing knees Howard is landing short uppercuts. Howard picks up Bahadurzada and carries him across the octagon and slams him down. Bahadurzada pops right back up but Howard stays tight until the round ends.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Howard

Round 3
Bahadurzada takes the center and Howard lands a leg kick. Bahadurzada eats a big left hook from Howard. Howard looks like the fresher fighter, and he shoots for the takedown. Howard lands a nice 4 piece combination and Bahadurzada comes forward landing a 1-2 of his own. Bahadurzada is looking to land knees and Howard is landing to his head. They clinch, and Howard gets the takedown. Howard is standing and landing punches to Bahadurzada who is flat on his back. Huge shots. Bahadurzada rolls for a leg lock that he won’t get and he ends up on his back with Howard in his half guard. Howard moves to full mount and he postures up. Bahadurzada gives up his back and Howard is looking for the choke. Bahadurzada is defending well and thats how this one ends.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Howard
RM Sports Result: 29-28 Howard

John Howard def. Siyar Bahadurzada via Unanimous Decision (30-27×3)

Dennis Siver vs.Manvel Gamburyan
Round 1(ref: Herb Dean)
Gamburyan takes the center and is coming forward. Siver opens up with a leg kick. Gamburyan comes forward swinging, but Siver backs him up with a left hook of his own. Siver dives in and gets the takedown. Gamburyan threatens with an arm bar, but Siver isn’t having it. Gamburyan rolls for a leg, but Siver steps up and the reset in the center. Siver lands a pair of jabs and a right hand to the body. Gamburyan is throwing but he isn’t landing. Gamburyan lands a spinning back kick. Gamburyan lands a solid right hand and Siver goes to the body with a left hook. Gamburyan gets the takedown and then goes for the leg lock. Siver ends up on top and is thumping Gamburyan. In a scramble, Siver ends up on the back of Gamburyan while standing.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Siver

Round 2
Siver takes the center and opens up with a leg kick. Siver lands a left hook and Gamburyan goes down. Gamburyan pops up, but he was dropped. Gamburyan shoots and gets the takedown. Siver is tying him up well. Gamburyan isn’t landing much at all. Gamburyan lands a pair of elbows and Siver is cut open and Gamburyan moves to half guard. Siver pops up and lands a nice leg kick. Siver lands a front kick and then a low kick. Siver is walking down Gamburyan and lands a nice combination. Gamburyan shoots and gets the takedown, but with 30 seconds left he isn’t doing much with it. Gamburyan lands some nice short elbows as the round ends.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Gamburyan

Round 3
Gamburyan takes the center and Siver is circling. Siver lands a nice low kick left hand. Gamburyan misses with a spinning back kick and ends up falling. Gamburyan takes one to the pills and we have a break in the action. Siver shoots and gets the takedown. Siver working the body and Gamburyan is fishing for the kimura. Siver takes the back of Gamburyan and cinches up the body triangle. Siver is really working for the choke. Siver is softening him up with punches and working for the choke.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Siver
RM Sports Result: 29-28 Siver

Dennis Siver def. Manvel Gamburyan via Unanimous Decision (29-28×3)

Gleison Tibau vs. Michael Johnson
Round 1(ref:)
Johnson takes the center and they are swinging early. Both land slick 1-2a to start off the action. Tibau lands a nice right hand that backs up Johnson. Johnson is landing his jab often so far, but Tibau is figuring out the timing. Tibau shoots but gets stuffed and is clinching Johnson on the fence. Tibau lands some nice inside knees and Johnson escapes the clinch. Johnson lands a nice low kick and Tibau scores with a hook as Johnson goes to follow it up. Tibau lands a nice right hand and Johnson comes forward with a two piece and a hook to the body. Johnson lands a nice left hand over the top of Tibau’s guard and then a jab behind it. Tibau shoots for the takedown, but again Johnson stuffs it.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Johnson

Round 2
Tibau takes the center and opens up with a leg kick as Johnson circles. Johnson is firing one-twos, but is missing alot of them. Johnson lands a solid jab and Tibau answers with a left hook of his own. Johnson goes to the body and Tibau fires back. Tibau comes forwards and Johnson lands the counter right hand that drops Tibau. Johnson lands two more to seal the deal and the tko win.

Michael Johnson def. Gleison Tibau via Knockout at 1:32 of Round 2

Chris Leben vs. Uriah Hall
Round 1(ref: Steve Mazzagatti)
Hall lands a flying knee and Leben goes down. Leben pops back up and is chasing Hall around the cage. Hall lands another knee and Leben comes forward and lands a left hand. Leben lands a low kick, but he is chasing Hall around, he needs to cut him off. Hall lands a nice uppercut, and then a right hand. Leben is already cut open and Hall is landing his jab at will. Leben clinches and lands a nice knee, but Hall turns it around and lands one of his own. Front kick lands for Hall ands Leben misses bad with a left hook. Hall lands a nice short eblow and after eating a low kick from Leben. More jabs from Hall as Leben comes in. Hall lands a nice leg kick and then a jab behind it. Leben goes to the body with a kick and Hall answers with a wheel kick. Leben eats a right hand and he goes down. Hall swarms but the bell saves him. Leben quits on his stool. WOW!

Uriah Hall def. Chris Leben via Technical Knockout at 5:00 of Round 1

Dustin Poirier vs. Diego Brandao
Round 1(ref: Mario Yamasaki)
Brandao takes the center and he opens with kicks. Poirier lands a low kick to start things for him. Brandao goes to the body with a hook and Poirier lands a nice overhand right. Brandao lands a pair of shots and Poirier lands a solid body kick. Brandao is absolutely swinging for the fences. Poirier lands a slick one-two and Brandao answers a nice uppercut. Poirier lands a huge hook to the face of Brandao and he backs up. Brandao lands a right hand as Poirier went to throw a hook and he goes down. Poirier pops right back up. Poirier almost gets the takedown but Brandao pops right up. Poirier counters with a beautiful right hand after dodging an uppercut. Brandao gets the takedown, but Poirier gets right back up. Poirier has Brandao with his back to the cage and Poirier is destroying him with combinations. Poirier drops him and pounds out Brandao with just a few seconds left in the round.

Dustin Poirier def. Diego Brandao via Technical Knockout at 4:54 of Round 1

Jim Miller vs.Fabrício Camões
Round 1(ref: Herb Dean)
Camoes takes the center and Miller comes forward. Camoes lands a leg kick to start things off. Camoes throws a hook that Miller dodges and goes for the clinch. Camoes lands a left hand as they break. Miller lands a pair of short rights on the inside and Camoes fires back with a left hook. Camoes is looking sharp and controlling the pace so far. Miller catches a head kick and takes down Camoes and lands a nice elbow. Camoes gets up and puts Miller on his back. Miller is doing a nice job of tying up Camoes. Miller rolls up and grabs ahold of Camoes arm. Camoes defends well, but has to tap when Miller straightens it up.

Jim Miller def. Fabrício Camões via Submission at 3:42 of Round 1 (armbar)

Josh Barnett vs Travis Browne
Round 1(ref: Yves Lavigne)
Browne takes the center and Barnett lands a nice right hand. Browne lands a left hook, and Barnett clinches. Browne escapes and stuffs a takedown. Browne is keeping the jab in Barnett’s face. Browne lands a knee to the face as Barnett comes in for a takedown. Barnett drops to his knees and Browne finishes him with elbows. Barnett is out cold.

Travis Browne def. Josh Barnett via Knockout at 1:00 of Round 1

Ronda Rousey vs Miesha Tate
Round 1(ref: Mario Yamasaki)
Tate comes out swinging and Rousey grabs ahold of Tate and gets her down. Tate pops right back up and Rousey is keeping her on the fence and landing knees. Tate is landing knees of her own. Rousey catches a kick from Tate and takes her down, Tate scrambles up and takes Rousey down. Tate is landing some ground and pound and Rousey is framing up a triangle. Rousey scrambles up and Tate lands a couple of solid right hands. Rousey grabs ahold of Tate and gets the takedown. Tate escapes and lets up Rousey. Tate shoots and Rousey reverses and tosses Tate down. Rousey lets her up and Tate lands a right hand. Rousey presses her on the fence and lands some punches as the round ends.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Rousey

Round 2
Tate opens up with a right hand and Rousey gets the trip. Rousey stays standing and Tate lands some solid upkicks. Rousey gets another takedown and Tate is defending well. Rousey landing knees to the legs of Tate along the fence. Rousey landing some solid dirty boxing. Rousey gets another trip takedown. Rousey moves to full mount and is landing punches. Rousey rolls for the armbar but Tate defends well. Rousey has her locked in a triangle but Tate is going to survive another round.

RM Sports Score: 10-9 Rousey

Round 3
Tate lands a left hand to start off. Rousey clinches and puts Tate on the fence. Rousey goes for the armbar and rolls Tate over. Rousey extends the arm and gets the tap.

Ronda Rousey def. Miesha Tate via Submission at :58 of Round 3 (armbar)

Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva
Round 1(ref: Herb Dean)
Weidman takes the center and the feeling out begins. Weidman shoots on Silva but he pops right back up. Silva lands a nice knee to the body. Weidman hits Silva and he goes down. Weidman starts landing punches but Silva survives. Weidman lands some more ground and pound, but Silva is defending well. Weidman lands some big elbows. Silva now landing from his back. Silva is staying calm and working the guard but Weidman is landing punches. Weidman is cut.

Fighters.com Score: 10-9 Weidman

Round 2
Weidman takes the center and is trying to close the distance. Silva opens up with leg kicks. Silva has much better movement in this round. Weidman misses with a headkick. Silva kicks Weidman in the leg and Weidman checks it. Silva’s leg snaps almost in half. Weidman remains champion.

Chris Weidman def. Anderson Silva via Technical Knockout at 1:16 of Round 2

33 COMMENTS
  • darth_irritable says:

    Weidman
    Tate
    Barnett
    Miller
    Poirier
    Leben
    Thibeault

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  • AlphaOmega says:

    Predictions:

    Weidman
    Rousey
    Barnett
    Miller
    Poirier
    Leben
    Johnson
    Siver
    Bahaduwhatever
    Voelker
    Peralta

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  • Dufresne says:

    Here we go! So stoked for this card!

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  • Dufresne says:

    Hell yeah! That is how you do it! Keep those judges bored!

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  • Dufresne says:

    His corner told him he had to get the knockout, and he delivered. Maybe they should tell him that before the first round next time and save him some trouble.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Macario looks awesome so far. He has absolutely blasted Voelker several times already. I don’t know how Voelker didn’t go down after that vicious right.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Voelker is a tough, tough SOB

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  • Dufresne says:

    Macario looks like Simon Phoenix from Demolition Man. And that is kinda awesome.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Voelker’s nose is f*cked. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen that much blood come out of the bridge of someone’s nose.

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  • Dufresne says:

    And according to wikipedia, his nickname “Patolino” is the Brazilian name for Daffy Duck. Brazilian nicknames are awesome.

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  • YetiLee says:

    Anybody else just hear Rogan or Goldie fart?

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  • Midget says:

    Yes. One of them ripped one with 3:30 mins to go in round 2. Hilarious!

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Siver needs to pick this up for the win.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Now THAT’s how you do a nad-shot

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Wow. Did NOT see that coming. Clearly neither did Tibau.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Wow. That was a nasty shot, right on the ear.

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  • JBAR says:

    Sweet shot, Johnson is really improving.

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  • JBAR says:

    Damn it I wish hall would quit back pedaling and fight.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    I love Uriah giving the interview with Leben’s blood on the end of his nose.

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  • Dufresne says:

    WTF?!? That is not at all what I expected. I hate that Leben will almost 100% be released after this, but that was the smart move to call that quits. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if this is the last fight of Leben’s career.

    If it is I just want to say this, Thank you Chris. Thank you for giving so much for so long.

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  • JBAR says:

    Well said Dufresne.

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  • darth_irritable says:

    Word. Dana announced earlier this is a loser leaves town match. Happy trails Chris.

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  • JBAR says:

    Damn, at 24 he has a really bright future if he keeps his head on straight.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Poirer is awesome. Great showing, he should be back on track for a title shot. And Brandao is headed back down the food chain. I hope he doesn’t turn into a gate keeper, he’s got a ton of natural talent if he can get his weight in check. But for now it looks like it’s back to the middle of the pack.

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  • Dufresne says:

    Jim Miller does it again. He is always his best when he goes straight at his opponents strength and fights fire with fire.

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  • JBAR says:

    Holy cow, Miller by armbar, that was sweet!!!!

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  • Dufresne says:

    Holy shit. That was violent. I did not see that coming like that, or that quickly.

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  • RicM says:

    …….the Silva-Wiedman fight……..I’m speechless……….

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  • Dufresne says:

    Hey 5Oz is back up!

    Long story short:

    That was a fucking awesome fight. Glad Tate made it last longer than 1 round. Glad Ronda got the armbar. Glad Tate wasn’t stupid and actually tapped this time.

    I think that might have been the last time we ever see Silva in the Octagon again. That’s a vicious injury that will permanently affect his mobility and striking even if he somehow does make it back. I hate that the fight ended that way, but I have to respect Weidman for not chasing Silva to the ground with unnecessary strikes.
    Weidman clearly won round 1, but I think Silva was dialing it in before his leg went all gumby on him and it was just a matter of time before he got his belt back. I think we just witnessed the end of a true legend, and to be honest a rebirth of the MW division. Silva had such a stranglehold on the division for so long that a lot of the best talent either went down or up in weight class to avoid facing him, or even fought at catch weights, and maybe now we’ll see more talented fighters competing at their natural weight classes.

    I really hope Silva heals up well and doesn’t have any long term issues from that injury, he was a great champion and in my opinion the greatest mixed martial artist of all time. People can claim Fedor, and they have an excellent point, but I think with the evolution of the game Anderson faced better talent and evolved more in the grand scheme of things.

    I’m really curious how Machida does now with really no worries of facing his friend and training partner at 185lbs.

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  • Dufresne says:

    That was a seriously awesome card. Other than the freak injury at the end, that card really couldn’t have gone much better. There were decisions, but they weren’t boring, and much more frequently, there were violent stoppages. Absolutely love it when a card comes together like that. Now if I could just go back and tell Anderson not to throw that low kick…

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  • Dufresne says:

    Oh, and apparently the massive fart earlier in the card was actually Siyar Bahaduzada ripping ass, not Rogan or Goldie.

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  • AlphaOmega says:

    Good night of fights, sucks for Silva though, not a fan of the guy as a fighter but damn that’s not how you want someone to go out. If he’s lucky very least with healing he won’t be back for a yr, I don’t see how he can come back. Also went 4-1 on main card predictions, yay me

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  • Niv says:

    What a horrible way for a great career to end. Not fair on so many levels for all involved, but that’s life.

    Not fair that a guy can have such a great career ended in such a manner, equally not fair that the new lion is not given his crown in a way consistent to how he fought. 2 fights, 4 rounds winning all of them and will always have unfair questions about those wins hanging over his head. I truly feel his style and skills were Silva’s kryptonite and he was proving it once again before tragedy struck.

    How can a guy fight Silva two fights in a row and have an even tougher challenge ahead? Well I think Weidman’s in that predicament as I think Belfort’s style is going to be a tougher match for Weidman, it has the potential to be amazing!

    The UFC has to be reeling, the two greatest champions they have ever had are both gone within a month of each other. If anyone told me that 6 months ago I’d think they were crazy, come to think of it wasn’t that predicted in an article here?

    Dufresne, you can count me in on the Fedor side of the GOAT argument, but Silva’s legacy and achievement’s put him on the far side of the moon with serious consideration to GSP as well. That’s one serious mma trinity there!

    I guess The King is dead, long live the King!

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