UFC 113 Results & Live Play-by-Play

May 10, 2010
Sherdog.com will report from the from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada, at 7:45 p.m. ET with play-by-play and live results of UFC 113 "Machida vs. Shogun 2," which is headlined by Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Rua.

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Jason MacDonald vs. John Salter
Round 1
Salter lands a one-two and clinches MacDonald into the cage. MacDonald pushes his way clear after a short struggle and the two meet back in the center. Salter clinches again and bullies him back along the cage. The boo birds are out early due to the grinding nature of the bout thus far. MacDonald tries to get the crowd back by moving forward. He lands a right shin to the head of Salter but the wrestler grabs his leg and takes him to the mat. During the takedown, MacDonald was standing on this left leg and it snapped in the same fashion Joe Theismann's did when he was dragged down by Lawrence Taylor many years ago. Referee Dan Miragliotta steps in to stop the bout when MacDonald yelled in pain at 2:42 of the first round.

Yoshiyuki Yoshida vs. Michael Guymon
Round 1
Guymon flurries in to start the round, but Yoshida clinches him to the cage. The fighters trip and hit the mat and Yoshida has a weak guillotine on the "Joker." Guymon pops his head out and the pair stand again in the clinch with Guymon's back on the cage. The crowd starts to boo quickly and the ref separates them. Missed head kick by Guymon followed by a bunch of missed punches. Glancing left head kick from Yoshida followed by outside trip by Guymon, who controls from the top to end the round and finishes with a big right to the midsection standing in Yoshida's guard. 10-9 Guymon.

Round 2
Lunging punches by Yoshida who then jumps to guard with a guillotine but Guymon escapes and mounts him. Yoshida bucks and rolls back to his feet. Guymon shoots for a double leg and Yoshida snatches another guillotine. Single leg grab from Yoshida from the ground and gets back up. Clinch and scramble, Yoshida gives his back to Guymon, who attempts a rear-naked choke and Yoshida reversed him into mount. Guymon scrambles free and Yoshida gets back to side control and then finishes the round in guard. Guymon 10-9.

Round 3
Right bodycick by Guymon, followed by a nice right. Trading along the cage nothing really happening until Guymon tags Yoshida with a sharp right knee. Yoshida takes him down and sits in his half guard and then goes for side control. Guymon scrambles to the top and Yoshida shoots for a single, but Guymon pressures him down. Yoshida gives up his back and Joker working for a choke and then left elbows to the head. Guymon is trying to choke Yoshida without hooks, then gets to mount. Guymon sits on Yoshi da and drops nasty elbows to his head. Guymon is bullying Yoshida, who has nothing for him. Guymon controls from top dropping the occasional fist. 10-9 Guymon who drops to his knees and cries with emotion.

Official scores: 30-27 across the board for Guymon, the winner by unanimous decision.

Tim Hague vs. Joey Beltran
Round 1
Beltran keeping his distance early, but Hague bullies his way inside only to be rebuffed by Beltran. Hague fakes a big right and drops for a takedown. Beltran easily defends and cracks him with a right hand. The fighters trade jabs and Beltran finds the mark with his right again. Hague is slowing down already with two minutes left in the round. Beltran lands some winging punches, the flurry leaves Hague bleeding from the nose. Beltran landing almost everything he throws now. Hague answers with a couple of his own, but Beltran land even more as they exchange right up to the bell. Sherdog scores the frame 10-9 for Beltran.

Round 2
Hague pawing with the jab and lands a big right behind it. He flurries on Beltran along the cage, but he can't find the mark with the big shot. Beltran extricates himself from the fence and lands a solid right hand. Hague, looking fresher than the end of the first, lines up Beltran along the cage again and lands some big punches this time. Beltran gets the worst of it, but he punches his way free, landing a hard-right uppercut. The Pace has really slowed now and looks like sloppy toughman fight when they do engage. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Hague.

Round 3
Beltran lands a clean jab on the charging Hague, who answers with a heavy right hand and a takedown. Beltran easily gets back to his feet. Hague grabs Beltran and lifts him into the air before planting him. Beltran avoids Hague's big shots and stands back up. They trade weak low kicks and slow punches, they are both running on empty. Hague gets another sloppy takedown and easily moves to mount on an exhausted Beltran with just over a minute left. He opens up with punches and the crowd responds. Beltran sweeps him with 30 seconds to go and stands back up. The bell sounds ending the heavyweight bout. Sherdog scores the round 10-9 for Tim Hague.

Scores are 30-27, 30-26 and 29-28 for Beltran, the winner by unanimous decision.

T.J. Grant vs. Johny Hendricks
Round 1
Hendricks pushes forward and lands a nice left before shooting in. Grant lands a hard knee, but can't stop the takedown. Grant grabs Hendricks' neck and works back to his feet. Grant lands a stiff right low kick and the two trade punches without much landing. Hendricks keeps walking Grant down, looking for an opening. Grant then lands a hard kick to the groin and Hendricks drops like a ton of bricks. Hendricks takes a brief respite and the fight resumes. Grant stuffs a takedown. Hendricks lands a nice combination, punctuated by a left high kick. Grant clinches and lands a pair of nice rights. Grant flurrying on Hendricks along the cage, but he answers with some big lefts of his own, one coming right after the bell. Hendricks apologizes and Grant accepts. Sherdog scores the round 10-9 for Grant.

Round 2
Hendricks pops Grant with a good left. Grant charges in, grabs a clinch and tries to knee, but Hendricks catches the leg and slams him down. Hendricks can't get much going and Grant stands back up with ease. Hendricks misses badly with a combo and Grant seizes the opening, landing a flurry of his own before Hendricks stops him in his tracks with a power double. Grant again works his way free and gets back to his feet. Grant lands a grazing left head kick. The two trade shots on the feet as the round clock ticks down. Sherdog scores the round 10-9 for Grant.

Round 3
Hendricks and Grant trade low kicks and then Grant gets him in the stones again. Referee Marc-Andre Cote takes a point from Grant this time. Hendricks lift Grant and slams him after the restart. Grant gets his guard and Hendricks stands back up and allows Grant up in the process. Hendricks scores with a one-two. Hendricks shoots again and gets Grant back to the mat. Grant tries to scramble back to his feet, but Hendricks sinks him again. Hendricks stands in Grant's guard and punches. He backs away and lets Grant back up, but he takes him right back down with about 30 seconds left. Hendricks opens up on the ground, landing a nice salvo as the round closes. Sherdog scores the period 10-8 for Hendricks.

Official scores are 29-27 (twice) and 28-28, giving Hendricks the majority decision.

Marcus Davis vs. Jonathan Goulet
Round 1
We start with a head kick by Goulet followed by a mad takedown. The fighters scramble and get back to their feet. Goulet clinches Davis against the cage and gets caught in a guillotine, but he sits up out of it after a struggle. Goulet still has Davis against the cage -- who stands up -- but Goulet takes his legs out and brings him back down. Goulet catches a kick and swings Davis down, then connects with a nice punch to the head and body. Davis tries a triangle choke, but Goulet muscles him back down. Goulet trying to pass to mount but ends in guard. 10-9 Goulet.

Round 2
Davis catches Goulet with a right and he goes down, but quickly recovers and pushes off a pressing Davis to get back to his feet. Davis gets his money shots, as a few punches punctuated by a short left drop Goulet for good. Referee Phillipe Chartier steps in (possibly prematurely) to end it at 1:23 of round two.

Joe Doerksen vs. Tom Lawlor
Round 1
The fighters trade evenly with Doerksen looking much more aggressive than he normally does to start a bout. Lawlor catches him with a crisp left hook and drops the Canadian, but he gets right back up. Lawlor catches Doerksen with a right and a left and Doerksen is looking wobbly. Lawlor is teeing off then things even off. Doerksen is bloody around his left eye and Lawlor is marked up too. Good right hand by Doerksen and Lawlor misses with a right of his own and falls down to the cavas off balanced. Doerksen is on top with his back against the cage. 10-9 Lawlor.

Round 2
The pair trade, with nothing substantial landing. Nice combo by Doerksen, as he lands a left kick and a left punch. Lawlor catches Doerksens left leg and takes him down, but Doerksen immediately jumped to his back, and with only one hook in, elicits a fight-ending tapout by rear-naked choke at the 2:10 mark.

Patrick Cote vs. Alan Belcher
Round 1
Belcher starts with a left kick to the body and Cote counters it with a right hand. Neither man lands flush. Belcher goes back to Cote’s body with three more kicks. Make it seven. Belcher then kicks Cote directly on the groin protector. Referee Mario Yamasaki gives Cote time to recover and we’re back on. Cote lands a right hand and Belcher goes to the legs. Belcher lands a clean left hook. Cote opens up and Belcher connects with a right-handed jab. Cote kicks a low kick. Belcher connects again to the body and Cote trips him to the canvas. Cote hits the body and head with his right hand. Belcher holds on with double underhooks and a butterfly guard from the bottom. Cote passes to half guard and goes to work on the right arm with a kimura. Cote passes the head with his right leg and Belcher winces. Belcher fights to get of danger and Cote gives up position and finds himself on the bottom in half guard. Belcher passes to side control and sets up an arm-triangle choke. He lets go elbows the head with his left arm. The blow opens a cut above Cote’s right eye. Cote scrambles from the bottom at the end of the round, but he can’t get to his feet.

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

Round 2
Belcher kicks the body to start round two. Yamasaki calls time: Belcher began the period without his mouthpiece. He’s fitted with his protection and Belcher gets right back to work with a right kick to the body. Cote opens up with his hands and lands a right and a left hook. Belcher gets to the clinch, where he pushes his opponent against the fence. Belcher knees the body. Belcher steps back and both fighters land power punches in a flurry. Cote got the best of the exchange with a right hook. Belcher knees the body and Cote gets a single leg. Belcher hops to his feet and Cote works a double against the fencing. Belcher picks Cote up and powerbombs Cote right on his face. Belcher transitions to the back and locks on a rear-naked choke with both hooks. Cote taps and complains that his head was spiked on the floor. The throw looks clean on the TV replay. The official time is 3:25 of round two.

Kimbo Slice vs. Matt Mitrione
Round 1
Mitrione kicks Kimbo in the head with his left foot. Kimbo shakes it off and throws a right hook that connects. Mitrione throws another head kick and Kimbo catches it and throws him to the floor, only to end up on the bottom. Kimbo scrambles to take the top and Mitrione latches on a triangle choke. It looks deep at first, but a patient Slice works through it and escapes. Kimbo punches the head and body from the top until Mitrione uses a kimura to stand. Little happens on the feet, and Kimbo drags his prey to the canvas with a single leg. Mitrione works for another triangle and Kimbo gets out. Kimbo stands and Mitrione follows. Mitrione roughs up Kimbo’s legs with low kicks. A kick knocks Kimbo’s legs right out from under him. Mitrione engages and rolls for an anaconda choke. Slice holds on and survives the round.

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

Round 2
Mitrione goes back to the leg. A fatigued Kimbo clinches and Mitrione defends. Mitrrione gets space and absolutely brutalizes the left leg of Kimbo with an outside and inside low kick. Kimbo takes a deep breath and tries to shoot. Mitrione defends and tries another anaconda. Mitrione gives it up to knee the body and left thigh. Kimbo looks very frustrated as Mitrione is having his way with him. Mitrione hops to the mount and pounds away with both hands. Kimbo does nothing but cover as referee Mirigliotta watches closely. Mitrione then works on the left arm with a keylock. He stretches the arm, but he can’t finish it with his high position in the mount. He gives it up to return firing on the head. Referee Mirigliotta has seen enough. He pulls Mitrione off at the 4:24 mark of round two, giving him the former NFL player the TKO win.

Sam Stout vs. Jeremy Stephens
Round 1
Stephens lands a low kick and a hard right hand before tripping Stout to the canvas. Stout kicks Stephens off and stands to throw his hands. He gets hit by a hard right hand for his effort. And another; Stout’s knees buckle from a clean blow on the temple. Stout recovers and attacks the left leg of Stephens with a hard low kick. Stout starts to get some momentum going with three hard lefts to the body. Stephens ends said momentum with a right hand that drops his foe. It’s a slug fest, and Stephens is getting the better of it. Stout throws a low kick that is caught; Stephens clips him with a left hook. Stout is undettered. He keeps coming forward with clean strikes to the right side of Stephens’ body and left leg. Stout continues to lunge in to hit the body, and he’s playing with fire. Stephen’s is countering it every time with a right hook and he’s landed it a few times in the round.

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

Round 2
Stout kicks the left leg twice in the opening seconds of round two. Stout works his other leg with an inside low kick. Stephens explodes with a jumping knee that falls short. He transitions beautifully to a takedown as he realized Stout was off balanced. Stout works a kimura on the left arm of Stephens from the guard. Stout creats anough distance to stand and Stephens welcomes it. The velocity on Stephens’ punches has tailed off at the midway point of the round. Stout sneaks in a hard left to the body that makes Stephens wince. Stout stays patient and works the left leg and pumps his jab. Stephens shoots and Stout shrugs it off. Stephens has lost all of his rhythm from the first round as fatigue sets in. Stephens cracks Stout with a left-hook counter. Stephens finds somewhat of a second wind as he swings for the fences in the round’s final seconds.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Stephens
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Stout

Round 3
Stout kicks Stephens in the groin. Yamasaki calls time and the wounded fighter is ready to go. Stout hits the body and kicks the leg. Stephens jumps into the air for a knee that just misses. Stout lands a left hook and gets hit with a right-hand counter shortly after. Stephens connects with another counter right as Stout tries to set up a low kick. Stephens connects with a sharp jab and a knee to the chin. Stout lands a low kick and it folds Stephens over. Stout pounces on the sore fighter and Stephens flops to the canvas. Stout enters the guard and lands two hard right elbows. Stephens stands and it seems he’s recovered from the low kicks. He resumes swinging for the fences and even takes to the air for a flying knee. Unfortunately for him, none of it lands. A right hook does connect for Stephens. Stephens drops levels for a single and he gets it with 20 seconds remaining. He lets Stout up to look for a knockout, but Stout comes up swinging. Time expires.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Stout (29-28 Stephens)
TJ De Santis scores the round [technical difficulties – will return for the next bout]
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Stout (29-28 Stout)

Official scores: 30-27, 29-28 and 28-29 for Jeremy Stephens, who takes the split decision.

Josh Koscheck vs. Paul Daley
Round 1
Daley storms out with a flying knee and Koscheck easily gets out of the way. Daley slips a straight left into the midsection of his opponent. And another. Koscheck drops levels for a single and he takes Daley down. Daley tries to scramble to his feet and he’s rewarded by a big slam from Koscheck. Koscheck is hitting the face with his right hand from side control. Koscheck has Daley pinned against the fence. Koscheck knees the body and ends up in half guard as he fails trying to advance to the mount. Daley is defending well from the bottom, but Koscheck is able to sneak an elbow in. Daley gets back to guard, but he loses it with a blocked upkick. Koscheck weaves around the legs and returns to side control. Daley gives up his back and Koscheck engages with a single hook. Koscheck sneaks his arm under the chin and starts to work a rear-naked choke. Daley explodes and reverses the position. Daley stands and grazes Koscheck with an illegal knee. Koscheck falls. A point is taken and Koscheck says he wants to continue. The fight is resumed and Koscheck works for a single at the horn. It is then said that a point was not taken for the foul.

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

Round 2
The pair trade right hands, with Koscheck landing better. Koscheck drops levels, driving Daley into the fence before ripping him away and powering him back down to the mat. Koscheck instantly gains side control, but gets sucked into half guard quickly. Koscheck postures up and throws elbows, but can't land cleanly. Koscheck pushes down Daley's far knee to take mount, and nearly gets there, but "Semtex" regains. Koscheck hits the right side of Daley’s body with his left hand. He mixes in his right hand to the left side of the body and head. Koscheck again nearly gets the mount, but Daley is game. Koscheck drags Daley to the fencing and starts to work for Daley’s back. Daley has one hook in as he pounds the head with his left hand. He pulls Daley back and secures his second hook. Koscheck punches with his left hand while Dlaey holds the right arm to defend a submission.

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

Round 3
Daley comes out swinging and he clips Koscheck with a right hand and an uppercut. Koscheck circles away and Daley chases him. Daley sneaks in a right hook and a knee to the chin as Koschecks works for a single on the left leg. He switches to a double and pulls Daley to the floor. Koscheck punches the jaw from half guard with his left hand. He then ties up the head and punches with his right. Koscheck, in complete control, looks to his corner for advice. He then gets an elbow in before passing to side control and mount. Daley is bucking to reverse, but the former wrestling champion is having none of it. Daley gives up his back briefly but rolls back over. Daley shows nice leg work in getting to half guard. Koscheck is resting and the fighters trade barbs with 25 seconds left. Koscheck puts the stamp on his win with shots to the body. Time expires and Daley stands and throws a left hook well after the bell. Referee Dan Miragliotta restrains Daley and says “Are you kidding me?” The punch connected with Koscheck’s right eye and opened a small cut.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Koscheck (30-27 Koscheck)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Koscheck (30-27 Koscheck)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Koscheck (30-27 Koscheck)

Josh Koscheck takes the unanimous decision with scores of 30-27 across the board.

Lyoto Machida vs. Mauricio Rua
Round 1
Shogun picked up where he left off in the last bout, with a low kick to the front leg of Machida. The champion is alternating between southpaw and orthodox early. Machida checks a low kick and lands a right hand. Machida trips Rua to the canvas and starts to work from half guard. Shogun sweeps and stands, where he pushes Machida against the fence. Rua charges forward and gets clipped with a right hand. At the end of the flurry, Rua connects with a right hand that forces Machida to retreat. Again Machida trips Rua to the floor. Machida lands a knee to the body and backs away. Shogun lands a hard right hook on the temple and Machida collapses. Rua pounces with punches until Machida is out. Referee Yves Lavigne pulls him off at 3:35 of the first round. "Shogun" is the new champion. Machida stands and his left eye is busted up something serious.

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