UFC 110 Results and Live Play-by-Play

Feb 21, 2010
Sherdog.com reports from the Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia, at 8:25 p.m. ET with UFC 110 results and live play-by-play. In the main event, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Cain Velasquez will square off in a heavyweight showdown.

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James Te Huna vs. Igor Pokrajac
Round 1
Fight begins and Pokrajac drops Te Huna and follows him to the ground. Te Huna reverses the position and starts some ground-and-pound from an open guard. Lands a massive right and referee Steve Perceval stands them up shortly after. Pokrajac comes forward with solid punches. Te Huna avoids the takedown and the fighters move against the cage. Pokrajac unloads. Te Huna with a big slam and unloads with solid punches and elbows to finish the round. Te Huna 10-9.

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Te Huna vs. Pokrajac.
Round 2
Te Huna clinches early and attempts a takedown against the cage. Pokrajac again gets lifted and slammed. Te Huna is showing great physical strength. Te Huna unloads with punches against the cage. The referee advises to be more active. The referee stands them up and Pokrajac lands a big knee. Slam by Te Huna again and ends up in Pokrajac's guard. Te Huna looks tired and the referee stands them up again. Both fighters exchange big punches, and Pokrajac is getting the better of the exchanges. Pokrajac lifts Te Huna up, but can not put him on the canvas.

Te Huna connects with knees. Pokrajac is unloading with big punches that drop Te Huna. Pokrajac attempts to finish the fight, but time runs out in the round. Pokrajac 10-9.

Round 3
Te Huna starts round three with another big punch. Te Huna is on top in half guard. he moves to the mount and Pokrajac turns. Te Huna gets the back however Pokrajac scrambles back to his feet. The fighters are against the cage and Pokrajac gets a takedown. Te Huna immediately gets back to his feet and Te Huna gets another takedown. Te Huna in Pokrajac's closed guard. Both fighters are looking tired. Pokrajac attempts to get up but is met by a right and ends up on his back. Te Huna unloads with a flurry of punches and the referee stops the fight. Te Huna is the winner at 3:26 of the third round.

C.B. Dollaway vs. Goran Reljic
Round 1
Slow pace to begin the fight. Reljic lands two solid low kicks. Dollaway attempts a takedown, but Reljic ends up on top with Dollaway pulling guard. Dollaway attempts to get up and Reljic unloads. Back on their feet and the fighters exchange punches. An accidental eye poke by Dollaway forces the referee to halt the fight briefly. The action resumes and Reljic lands a low kick and Dollaway goes for a takedown. Following a referee standup, Dollaway gets a takedown and puts Reljic on his back. Reljic stands straight back up and Dollaway gets another takedown to Reljic's open guard. The fighters scramble and get back up on their feet where they finish the round. 10-9 Reljic.

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Dollaway vs. Reljic.
Round 2
Good low kicks by Reljic, but Dollaway gets the takedown and is attempting to get to half guard. Reljic attempts an armbar from the bottom and Dollaway was having none of it. The fighters stand and Dollaway lands a head kick. Reljic comes back with a body kick and another solid kick to the midsection. Reljic counters Dollaway with a massive right and gets the takedown straight away. The fighters are against the cage. Dollaway with head shots against the cage. Reljic attempts another armbar, but can not lock it up. Fighters stand up and Dollaway lands a kick. Reljic comes forward and lands a big body punch to finish the round. 10-9 Dollaway.

Round 3
Dollaway comes forward with a one-two combo followed by a takedown that puts Reljic on his back against the cage. Reljic is looking for a kimura and the crowd boos as Dollaway uses guard to get up. Dollaway is on top inside the guard, but Reljic stands back up and comes forward to unload with punches and kicks. Dollaway gets a takedown and Reljic reverses the position. Tries to go to mount but ends up in side control instead, where he traps Dollaway’s arm in a crucifix. Elbows from Reljic. Dollaway escapes and gets the top position inside Reljic's closed guard. Reljic is using the rubber guard and Dollaway powers out of it. Dollaway 10-9.

C.B. Dollaway takes the unanimous decision with scores of 29-28 on all three cards.

Chris Lytle vs. Brian Foster
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Lytle vs. Foster.
Round 1
Lytle with a big overhand right that misses. Another wild punch from Lytle and Foster counters with a takedown. Lytle is up on his feet straight away. Lytle throws a big overhand left and Foster counters with a right. A spinning-back kick followed by a head kick from Foster gets claps from the crowd. A left hook from Lytle stuns Foster. Foster attempts a takedown, but Lytle counters and locks up a kneebar and forces the tap from Foster. The hold is gruesome and Foster is helped from the cage at 1:41 of the first.



Stephan Bonnar vs. Krzysztof Soszynski
Round 1
Soszynski comes out strong and lands a nice knee while pressing his opponent against the cage. Bonnar gets an eye poke in, and claims it was a punch. The referee calls time and restarts the action immediately after. Bonnar shoots in, but can not get the takedown. Bonnar is bleeding from the nose. Soszynski with a kick, which Bonnar grabs and takes him to the ground. Soszynski is back on his feet and Bonnar follows. Soszynski lands a big uppercut and the blood is really leaking out of Bonnar now. Another flurry, which Soszysnki gets the better off to finish the round. 10-9 Soszynski.

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Bonnar vs. Soszynski.
Round 2
Bonnar comes out hard with a flurry of punches. Both guys are throwing heavy leather against the cage. Bonnar starting to find his mark with the hands. Bonnar clinches against the cage and lands elbows from the inside. A nice left from Soszynski and then a right that hit Bonnar on the button. Bonnar comes back with a spinning-back kick and a kick to the body that gets a raise from the crowd. Soszynski comes back with a head kick that Bonnar caught and swept to the ground to end the round. 10-9 Bonnar.


Round 3
Bonnar attempts a single leg shot, but couldn't get it and the fighters end up against the cage. Bonnar is opened up badly and bleeding everywhere. The cut looked like it came from an accidental head butt. The referee stops the fight for the doctor to have a look at. Doctor recommends that the fight be stopped and the referee calls it. TKO victory to Soszysnki. Bonnar questions if should the fight should had been stopped as it was a head butt. The official time is 1:04 of the opening frame.

Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic vs. Anthony Perosh
Round 1
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Cro Cop vs. Perosh.
Cro Cop comes forward and misses an uppercut and a left head kick. Perosh is retreating early. Perosh shoots for a single and the striker defends it easily and punishes his foe with hammerfists. Cro Cop controls the head and lets Perosh back to his feet. Cro Cop lands a straight left that knocks Perosh backwards. Perosh shoots and Cro Cop defends. Cro Cop stuffs another takedown against the fencing. Cro Cop showing signs of fatigue at the midway point of the first frame. The Croatian lands another left straight and stops a shot in its tracks. And another. Perosh is bleeding from the nose and mouth. Perosh lands a left hook and a right straight. Perosh is mostly stepping backwards at this point. When Cro Cop cuts off the Octagon, Perosh drops levels and fails on the shot time after time. Cro Cop lands an uppercut at the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop

Round 2
Perosh opens up with his hands and Cro Cop sneaks in a left-handed uppercut and stops a follow-up shot. Cro Cop steps forward and lands a left hand. Cro Cop lands a kick to the body and connects with two low kicks. Cro Cop steps backwards and Perosh loses all momentum with yet another failed takedown attempt. Filipovic ties up the head for a minute and then lets his foe up. Cro Cop chases his feeling prey to the fence and the frightened Perosh shoots desperately. Perosh ends up pulling guard and Cro Cop cuts him with a vicious elbow from the guard. Blood pours out onto the canvas. Referee Herb Dean has the cut examined and does a good job in keeping Cro Cop’s cornermen out of the Octagon. The fight is resumed and Cro Cop pummels the bleeding fighter with punches after yet another failed shot.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Cro Cop

The fight is stopped due to the cut in between rounds. Cro Cop takes home a TKO victory.

Keith Jardine vs. Ryan Bader
Round 1
Jardine misses a wild right hand. Jardine clips Jardine with a right hand and then follows by going to the clinch. Bader is pressing his opponent against the cage. Bader lets go to punch and eats a right hand for his efforts. The fighters trade ineffective strikes and then Jardine gets sloppy, which allows Bader to get an easy single-leg takedown. Jardine gets to guard and works for a sweep. Bader passes and moves back to half guard. Bader elbows the thigh from the top position and then elbows the head with his right arm. Jardine gets a butterfly guard, but Bader easily passes back to half, where he rains down more elbows to the head. Referee Josh Rosenthal stands the fighters and Bader swings wildly. He misses by a large margin. Jardine gets in a low kick at the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Bader
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Bader
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Bader

Round 2
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Bader vs. Jardine.
Bader looks for the takedown early in round two. He presses Jardine against the cage, but Jardine defends the level change with underhooks. Bader lets his foe off the fence and then men return to the center of the Octagon. Bader shoots and again Jardine ties him up. Bader powers his opponent to the cage and drops down for a single. Jardine places a knee on the canvas and uses wrist control on the right arm to stay planted. Bader stands and Jardine follows. Bader connects with a clean straight right. Jardine gets in a jab and an ugly right hand. Jardine easily sprawls on a double. The Greg Jackson product lands a low kick and stuffs another shot. Jardine’s takedown defense is solid throughout the second stanza until Bader briefly trips him up at the five second mark.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Jardine
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Jardine
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Jardine

Round 3
Bader telegraphs a shot from long distance. Jardine defends and misses a low kick. Bader checks two straight low kicks and is taken down. Jardine bounces back up quickly and lands a low kick. Bader connects with a right hand that buckles Jardine’s knees. Sensing the end, Bader attacks with a flying knee that connects with the chest. Jardine backs up and is knocked down with a left hook. His eyes roll back and referee Josh Rosenthal stops the contest at 2:10 of the third, giving Ryan Bader the technical knockout.

Joe Stevenson vs. George Sotiropoulos
Round 1
Sotiropoulos fights to get a takedown throughout the first minute and he eventually gets it when Stevenson gives up and pulls guard. Sotiropoulos works from the top and gets to half guard. Stevenson holds the trapped leg tight and Sotiropoulos is 100 percent focused on passing. Sotiropoulos gets free and Stevenson locks up an arm triangle from the bottom in side control. Sotiropoulos escapes easily and moves to mount. Sotiropoulos goes to Stevenson’s back and then to side control. Sotiropoulos looks for a kimura to armbar transition, but he runs out of time. The crowd goes nuts for the Aussie fighter’s dominating round.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos

Round 2
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Sotiropoulos vs. Stevenson.
Sotiropoulos drops Stevenson to a knee with a left straight. Stevenson tries a weak “Superman” punch and falls short. Stevenson has a low kick checked. Sotiropoulos starts to find his range with both hands as he tags the chin with a left and a right. Stevenson shoots and gets an effortless single. Stevenson moves him to the fence and Sotiropoulos secures mission control from the rubber guard. He rolls for an omoplata and the hold is tight. Stevenson is forced on to his back and Sotiropoulos letsd go to control from side control. Stevenson gets back to guard and Sotiropoulos locks on an armbar. Stevenson escapes and moves to the guard of his foe. With his head against the fence, Sotiropoulos closes his guard. He opens it and Stevenson drops down for a nasty Achilles hold. Sotiropoulos grimaces, but powers
through the hold. Sotiropoulos works an arm triangle as the round ends.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos

Round 3
Sotiropoulos cracks Stevenson with a left hook that knocks spit from his mouth. Sotiropoulos ties up and Stevenson pulls guard with a guillotine. Sotiropoulos escapes and Stevenson works for a double and then a single. Sotiropoulos trips Stevenson, but can’t hold him down. Sotiropoulos double jabs in the center of the cage. A right hand connects for Sotiropoulos and Stevenson gets stuffed on two straight takedowns. Sotiropoulos throws Stevenson to the floor, but Stevenson ends up in the top position in half guard. The fighters scramble for position and stand before Stevenson secures a trip takedown. Sotiropoulos ties him up from the bottom in the final 10 seconds of the bout. Great fight.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos (30-27 Sotiropoulos)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Sotiropoulos (30-27 Sotiropoulos)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Stevenson (29-28 Sotiropoulos)

Official scores: 30-27 across the board for George Sotiropoulos, who takes the unanimous decision.

Wanderlei Silva vs. Michael Bisping
Round 1
Bisping gets the fight started with a jab. Silva looks content to counter punch through the first 30 seconds. Silva opens up a bit and misses a kick to the body and front leg. Silva loads up on a right hand and Bisping ducks under and gets a single. Silva stands quickly and both fighters are back on their feet. Bisping lands a kick to the body. Bisping gets a shoving takedown and lets Silva back up. The Brazilian rushes forward and slips in a left hand. Bisping lands a solid right hand on the kisser. The Brit is outboxing the former Pride champion early. Silva loads up on every punch and has yet to connect solidly. Bisping cracks Silva with a right-hand lead. Silva lands a low kick and defends a takedown attempt. He stuffs another Bisping shot. Silva flurries at the bell but doesn’t land flush. Bisping throws a punch or two that miss after the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-10
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Bisping
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Bisping

Round 2
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Silva vs. Bisping.
Bisping lands a kick to the body and Silva catches the end of it to trip Bisping up. The Brazilian works his right hand against Bisping’s face from the guard. Bisping gets to his feet and Silva fails to catch him on the stand. Silva has looked off balance all night. A right kick to the body lands clean for Bisping. The Brit backs Silva up to the fence and gets a beautiful double-leg slam. Silva will not be held down; he stands quickly. Silva winds up and grazes the cheek of Bisping with a right-hand haymaker. Silva lands an inside-low kick to Bisping’s lead leg. And another. Silva rushes Bisping against the fence, but again, he can’t land anything of significance. Bisping gets a takedown and Silva goes straight to an arm-in guillotine. It’s tight, but time runs out. Bisping could have been saved by the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Silva
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Silva
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Bisping

Round 3
Bisping is the more active fighter early in the third round. Silva is waiting to counterstrike, but Bisping is getting out of harm’s way before contact can be granted. Bisping kicks Silva directly on the cup. Rosenthal calls time and action is restarted following a short reprieve. Silva lands a low kick and Bisping gets a clean jab in. Both fighters exchange sloppy punches and kicks with neither landing effectively. Silva steps forward and takes a finger to the eye. Rosenthal calls time and Silva says he is good to continue. Silva lands a straight right. Silva is absolutely swinging for the fences. Bisping is kicked to the floor as he misses a low kick. He stands Silva lands a jab. Bisping returns the favor with a jab and a checked low kick. At the 10-second warning, Silva lands a right hook that drops Bisping flat. Silva swarms, but runs out of time. Bisping is likely saved by the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Silva (30-28 Silva)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-8 Silva (29-27 Silva)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Silva (29-28 Bisping)

All three official judges see the bout 29-28 Wanderlei Silva, who takes the unanimous decision.

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Cain Velasquez
Round 1
Velasquez roughs Nogueira up with short punches and two low kicks early. Velasquez misses a head kick and then crushes Nogueira’s frame with a punch to the body. Silva sets up a left hook with another body shot. Velasquez connects with a low kick. Minotuaro steps forward in the pocket and Velasquez lands a right, left, right comob and puts Nogueira’s lights out. Velasquez swarms with punches from both hands until referee Herb Dean pulls off the victorious product of American Kickboxing Academy at 2:20 of the first.
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