UFC Fight Night 110 ‘Lewis vs. Hunt’ Play-by-Play, Results & Round-by-Round Scoring

By Sherdog.com Staff Jun 10, 2017


Sherdog.com's live coverage of UFC Fight Night 110 “Lewis vs. Hunt” kicks off Saturday at 7 p.m. ET from the Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Thibault Gouti vs. Dong Hyun Kim

The night's opening fight has been canceled following an announcement that Thibault Gouti was suffering with a last-minute illness.

J.J. Aldrich vs. Chan Mi Jeon

Round 1

Jeon comes forward with some high kicks in the opening moments, but she's soon forced to take a step back when Aldrich connects with a clean right hook. Now it's the southpaw Aldrich moving forward, jabbing the newcomer backward toward the fence while controlling the center of the cage. Jeon catches Aldrich coming in and connects with a pair of punches, with a hard right hand on the end. Jeon catches a kick from Aldrich and counters with another right, knocking the American to the mat. Aldrich clings to a single-leg until she's able to get back on her feet, and now it's Aldrich following Jeon around the outside again. Aldrich lands a leg kick, now a one-two, followed by a right hook on the jaw that draws a smile from the Korean fighter. Aldrich continues to walk down Jeon with low kicks in the final moments. Jeon connects with a grazing pair of punches, but Aldrich hits her back with another clean counter.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Aldrich
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Aldrich
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Jeon

Round 2

Aldrich snaps off a hard jab in the face of Jeon, who smiles as she comes forward again. Now a straight left from Aldrich snaps back her opponent's head, and Jeon grins back at her again. Jeon lands a slapping leg kick; Aldrich comes back with a harder chop to the lead leg of Jeon. Both strawweights land straight punches in the pocket as they reach the midway point of the round. Aldrich continues to dictate the movement in the cage, keeping Jeon on the outside with constant forward pressure. Aldrich's straight left keeps finding its mark, too, and Jeon's offensive productivity has dropped off through the middle part of round two. Jeon picks up the pace a bit in the last minute, but Aldrich is using good movement to avoid any significant damage. Jeon's best moment of the round comes with 10 seconds left, as a straight right hand snaps back Aldrich's head.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Aldrich
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Aldrich
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Aldrich

Round 3

Jeon lets out a scream and flashes a big smile before the final round begins, and she's still smiling with Aldrich tags her with the first right hand of the frame. Jeon puts a round kick in Aldrich's breadbasket. Aldrich strikes back with another right that gets Jeon's nose bleeding. Aldrich resets, steps back inside to land the right again, but this time Jeon snipes back with a jab. Jeon lands a leg kick, tries to come forward on Aldrich but walks into a straight left, and now it's Aldrich's turn to move forward again. Halfway through the final round, it remains an all-standup affair, with neither woman looking to take the fight to the floor. A hook kick slaps the face of Jeon, who just smiles a bloody smile and waves for Aldrich to come forward. Aldrich times a perfect left-handed counter to Jeon's next low kick, rocking the head of the newcomer. Another left hand zaps Jeon as they reach the final minute of the bout. Jeon steps into the pocket, gets clinched briefly and then hit by Aldrich with a right hand on the break.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Aldrich (30-27 Aldrich)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Aldrich (30-27 Aldrich)
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Aldrich (29-28 Aldrich)

The Official Result

J.J. Aldrich def. Chan-Mi Jeon via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Kiichi Kunimoto vs. Zak Ottow

Round 1

The welterweights trade leg kicks and little else in the opening minute of the bout, with Ottow switching between stances as he works from the center of the cage. Kunimoto tries to step inside and gets tied up, then shoved away by the American. Ottow scores with a solid body kick, but Kunimoto seems unfazed. "Strasser" finally gets hold of Ottow and pushes him against the fence. Ottow soon separates and resets to tag Kunimoto with a pair of left hands. Just when Kunimoto seems to be in trouble, he shoots forward and jams Ottow against the cage again. Ottow gets an overhook and works his way out of the clinch, though Kunimoto pops him with a short right hand on the break.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Ottow
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Ottow
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Ottow

Round 2

Kunimoto eats another hard left hand from Ottow in the opening moments of round two, and Ottow looks to apply pressure by moving forward with heavy leg kicks. Kunimoto gets hold of a kick and converts it to a takedown, planting Ottow on his back about a foot away from the fence. Ottow elevates and escapes from the bottom, then comes back to trap Kunimoto on the ground before "Strasser" can stand. Ottow gets the back of Kunimoto with two minutes remaining in the round, establishes both hooks and begins working for the rear-naked choke. Kunimoto uses wrist control to fend off the choke but can't shake Ottow from his back. Kunimoto finally spins around and reverses with under a minute left in the round. He drops to guard to attempt a guillotine but loses it immediately, and Kunimoto rides out the last few seconds on his back.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Ottow
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Ottow
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Ottow

Round 3

Kunimoto executes a double-leg takedown 30 seconds into the final frame, but Ottow immediately wraps him up in a tight guard. Ottow opens his guard to try and elevate; instead, Kunimoto passes to half guard, then tries to step over to full mount. Ottow blocks the mount with a knee, then forces Kunimoto back to closed guard. Half butterfly guard for Ottow now as he works off his back midway through the round. Kunimoto looks to be hunting for an arm-triangle from the top, peppering the American with right hands in between. Ottow rolls to his knees, giving up his back, and Kunimoto attaches himself with just under 90 seconds remaining. Ottow locks down Kunimoto's right wrist to block the choke, and with 30 seconds left, Ottow flips over to take top position. Kunimoto stands up, wraps up Ottow's neck and drops to the ground to try a guillotine just as time expires.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Kunimoto (29-28 Ottow)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Kunimoto (29-28 Ottow)
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Kunimoto (29-28 Ottow)

The Official Result

Zak Ottow def. Kiichi Kunimoto via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Ashkan Mokhtarian vs. John Moraga

Round 1

Moraga opens with a low kick, circles left for a minute and then sprawls on the first shot attempt from Mokhtarian. "Chicano John" wraps up the UFC newcomer with a tight guillotine choke and drops to guard, where it looks as if he will be able to get the submission. Mokhtarian somehow stays conscious and powers back to his feet with his head still wrapped up by Moraga's left arm. Moraga finally releases the choke, now nearly halfway through the opening round, and the flyweights clinch on the fence. The 125ers jockey for position on the cage before separating. Mokhtarian shoots again and is sprawled on by Moraga, who this time moves to take the Australian's back. Mokhtarian defends a brief rear-naked choke attempt but absorbs some hard elbows to the face. Moraga defends a brief leglock attempt and comes back to fit Mokhtarian for another guillotine, now with one minute remaining. Moraga quickly gives up the choke in favor of ground-and-pound, and now he's slamming Mokhtarian with hard elbow strikes to the side of the head. Moraga peels off to try an armbar in the final 10 seconds, but he runs out of time.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Moraga
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-8 Moraga
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Moraga

Round 2

Mokhtarian opens again with an inside leg kick, then lands a second which briefly drops Moraga to one knee. Back up comes Moraga, lunging forward to swipe Mokhtarian with a right hook. Mokhtarian catches Moraga coming forward with a snap kick to the midsection. Mokhtarian gets caught spinning around on a missed low kick, and Moraga makes him pay with a right hand on the jaw. Mokhtarian has his hands low as he steps inside to kick; Moraga catches him with a clean left hook on the chin. Moraga catches the next kick and drags Mokhtarian to the ground, where "Chicano John" quickly passes to side control on the Australian's right side. Mokhtarian rolls to his knees, giving up his back, then turns over again, leaving Moraga in full mount. Mokhtarian rolls to his belly once again, now with 25 seconds left on the clock. Full mount again for Moraga, who again finishes the round with an armbar attempt.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Moraga
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Moraga
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Moraga

Round 3

The flyweights tangle near the fence, and Mokhtarian opts to jump guard as Moraga looks to be taking him down anyway. Moraga is still landing solid ground-and-pound, cracking Mokhtarian with right hands as he pins the Australian's head to the mat. Moraga passes to side control on the right, now leans across the body to work a submission on Mokhtarian's left arm. Mokhtarian does well to defend another armbar attempt from the American, getting to his knees, but Moraga puts him in danger again with a modified guillotine attempt. Mokhtarian frees his head as he drops back to the ground, and now Moraga passes to full mount once again. Ninety seconds left as Mokhtarian remains stranded on the mat, Moraga swarming him with ground-and-pound. Referee Marc Goddard is looking on from nearby as Mokhtarian continues to absorb damage. Mokhtarian gives up his back but winds up on his side, with Moraga straddling him and delivering elbows, now punches. Moraga goes for the armbar one more time, but Mokhtarian defends and this time winds up in top position. Moraga locks down his opponent's arms and rides out the final seconds of the bout.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-8 Moraga (30-26 Moraga)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-8 Moraga (30-25 Moraga)
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Moraga (30-27 Moraga)

The Official Result

John Moraga def. Ashkan Mokhtarian via Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Luke Jumeau vs. Dominique Steele

Round 1

Steele strikes first with a left-handed counter to the jaw of Jumeau, who quickly backs out of the pocket and continues stalking the American from the center. Jumeau narrowly avoids a spinning backfist from Steele, who ducks under the Kiwi's right hand to land a counter to the body. Steele forces the local favorite to back up with a flurry of punches, and the welterweights wind up clinching on the fence with three minutes on the clock. Jumeau escapes the clinch and circles back to the middle, where Steele catches him again with a left hand to the jaw. Jumeau blocks a high kick and tries to counter, but Steele ducks underneath and completes a quick takedown with 60 seconds remaining. Steele moves to side control but Jumeau gets a knee inside to reclaim guard.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Steele
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Steele
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Steele

Round 2

Steele gets inside early in the second round and forces Jumeau's back against the fence. When Jumeau reverses the position and tries to work from the outside, Steele disengages and circles away. Jumeau starts to string together a few strikes, catching Steele with a left to the body, now a right hand behind the ear. Steele loses his footing for a split second, pops back to his feet and digs double underhooks to slow Jumeau's assault and trap him on the fence. Jumeau reverses to the outside and stomps on Steele's right foot, then drives a knee to the American's midsection. Steele answers with his own knee to the gut before reversing Jumeau again. Steele drops for a double-leg, can't get it, and now the welterweights break the clinch with two minutes left in the round. Jumeau puts Steele on the fence again, but Steele turns him around and begins working for another takedown. Now it's Steele's turn to land some foot stomps as he keeps Jumeau trapped on the wall. Steele lands a short right hand, now drops to try a double, but Jumeau hooks the American's right arm and prevents the takedown.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Jumeau
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Jumeau
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Jumeau

Round 3

Jumeau lands an inside leg kick, winds up for a big right hand, but Steele ducks underneath. Steele presses inside to initiate another clinch, using double underhooks to trap Jumeau on the fence. Jumeau reverses, tries a spinning elbow, but Steele sees it coming and ducks low. Steele takes the outside position in the clinch again, drives a knee into Jumeau's midsection and works for a trip takedown with double underhooks. Referee Neil Swailes has seen enough of the slow-paced clinch and separates the fighters inside the final three minutes. Jumeau lands another right hand behind the ear, momentarily taking the legs out from underneath Steele. The American regains his footing and fires a pair of straight punches at Jumeau, whose attack slows now with two minutes on the clock. Steele shoots in behind a jab, grabbing for a single but winding up back in the familiar clinch position. Steele continues to work for the takedown until the 25-second mark, when Jumeau shoves him away and moves back to the middle. Jumeau sprawls on Steele's final shot and pops him with a combination just before the horn.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Jumeau (29-28 Jumeau)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Jumeau (29-28 Jumeau)
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Jumeau (29-28 Jumeau)

The Official Result

Luke Jumeau def. Dominique Steele via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Damien Brown vs. Vinc Pichel

Round 1

Pichel is the first to throw hands in the opening minute, but it's Brown connecting with a hook to the grill of "From Hell." The Australian works from the center, now pushing outward to move Pichel back to the fence. Brown bounces a right hand off Pichel's arms, lands a hard leg kick behind it. The slow pace continues through the middle of the round, with Brown dictating the action from the center. Brown comes over the top with a right hand, follows with another low kick. Pichel dips low and ducks inside to land an uppercut, though Brown appears to touch the American with a right-handed counter. Brown gets aggressive and charges Pichel near the fence, but Pichel is waiting with a perfectly placed counter uppercut that Brown never sees coming. Brown's legs give out, and Pichel pounces to turn out the Aussie's lights with four precise follow-up shots.

The Official Result

Vinc Pichel def. Damien Brown via KO (Punches) R1 3:37

Mizuto Hirota vs. Alexander Volkanovski

Round 1

Hirota takes the center of the cage and connects with the first punch of the fight, a right hand on the back end of a combination. Volkanovski answers with a leg kick before running "Pugnus" against the fence with double underhooks. Hirota gets his head underneath Volkanovski's chin as they battle in the clinch, so Volkanovski releases and floors the Japanese veteran with a smashing overhand right to the jaw. Hirota clings to Volkanovski's legs as the Australian follows him to the ground, teeing off with punches and elbows. Volkanovski doesn't get the stoppage, so he stands up and tries to adjust his position. The prone Hirota grabs for a leg, forcing Volkanovski to back up and allowing the Sengoku veteran to stand up. Volkanovski quickly resets the clinch, this time releasing to hit Hirota with a spinning elbow. With 90 seconds left, Hirota looks to have recovered from his earlier scare, as he slips a right hand from Volkanovski and pops the Aussie with a counter left. Volkanovski steps inside, ties up Hirota and reaps a leg to bring the fight to the ground. Hirota pushes Volkanovski away and returns to his feet with 30 seconds left. Volkanovski comes straight back to the clinch but can't find another takedown, though he does hit Hirota with an overhand right before the horn.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-8 Volkanovski
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-8 Volkanovski
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Volkanovski

Round 2

Volkanovski moves straight back to the clinch, pushing Hirota's back against the fence. Hiroata escapes briefly, gets tied up again, and then wobbled when Volkanovski releases to land another spinning elbow. Volkanovski completes another takedown, can't keep Hirota on the mat, and the featherweights wind up back in the clinch with 3:30 on the clock. They split a few seconds later; Volkanovski tries the spinning attack from range and tumbles to the ground. Hirota can't capitalize, allowing Volkanovski back to his feet, where the Australian puts him in yet another clinch. Hirota separates but remains backed up against the wall, Volkanovski pressuring from the center. Hirota jabs his way back to the middle, follows with a clean right hook. "Pugnus" times a Volkanovski and snaps back his head with a harsh jab. Volkanovski connects with a right hand over the top, resets and slugs Hirota with the same punch again. Hirota hits the deck with 20 seconds left, and Volkanovski follows him down, landing a few hard punches and one good elbow before round's end.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Volkanovski
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Volkanovski
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Volkanovski

Round 3

Volkanovski steps into the pocket behind an overhand right and gets popped with a sharp counter uppercut from Hirota. The Australian stays inside to clinch, holds Hirota on the wall for a few seconds, and once again releases to land a spinning elbow. Hirota catches the incoming Volkanovski in a Thai clinch and hits an outside trip, but "Alexander the Great" springs back to his feet straight away. Hirota scores with the uppercut again, but this time, Volkanovski is waiting with an overhand right. Volkanovski shoots in behind a jab, completes a double-leg takedown but can't keep Hirota on the floor. The 145ers are back up with two minutes left to fight, Hirota trying to press forward. "Pugnus" lands a punch to the body, answered by Volkanovski with a Thai clinch and a knee to the midsection. Hirota gets double underhooks and puts Volkanovski on the fence, but Volkanovski keeps his balance to defend a trip attempt before separating.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Hirota (29-27 Volkanovski)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-10 (30-27 Volkanovski)
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Hirota (29-28 Volkanovski)

The Official Result

Alexander Volkanovski def. Mizuto Hirota via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Tim Elliott vs. Ben Nguyen

Round 1

Nguyen defends an early single-leg attempt from Elliott, who has to get his right mitt up to block a speedy head kick from "Ben 10." Nguyen reverses a head-and-arm throw from Elliott and transitions onto the back of the former title challenger. Elliott stands up with Nguyen still draped across his back, and Nguyen secures the position with a body triangle before locking up a rear-naked choke. Elliott falls to the ground at the base of the fence, trying to free himself from the RNC, but the choke is on tight and he is forced to tap out.

The Official Result

Ben Nguyen def. Tim Elliott via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R1 0:49

Ion Cutelaba vs. Luis Henrique da Silva

Round 1

Cutelaba charges on da Silva with a plunging right hand down the center, then steps right inside and follows up with three quick hooks. The final left hand connects to the chin of the Brazilian, sending him crashing to the mat. Cutelaba gives "Frankenstein" no room to recover, rendering da Silva unconscious with thunderous ground-and-pound before referee Mark Craig intervenes.

The Official Result

Ion Cutelaba def. Luis Henrique da Silva via KO (Punches) R1 0:22

Dan Hooker vs. Ross Pearson

Round 1

Pearson circles the edge of the cage, using speedy punches to keep the taller Hooker at bay. The Kiwi continues to push forward from the center with leg kicks and jabs, and he begins to land with greater frequency in the second minute of the round. Pearson fakes a shot, deflects a high kick from Hooker and swipes back with a left hook. Pearson catches another kick, forcing Hooker to his back foot, and "The Real Deal" catches his stumbling opponent with a body-head combo. Hooker lands another pair of leg kicks but gets cracked with another right hand after the second. Pearson is using his speed to leap inside and connect on the taller man, while Hooker is threatening with the harder strikes from outside. After partially absorbing a head kick, Pearson ducks inside to try a takedown at the fence, but Hooker denies it. Now it's Hooker who shoots low, and Pearson sprawls all over it. Pearson winds up for a hard kick to Hooker's lead leg, then gets spun around when Hooker fires one back.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Hooker
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hooker
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Hooker

Round 2

Hooker works well behind his jab early in round two, preventing the shorter Pearson from getting inside. Pearson does eventually work his way inside, though, and snaps back Hooker's head with a nice lead left hook. The lightweights continue to snipe, both men bloodied now, with Hooker leaking from his nose and Pearson from a cut beneath his left eye. Backpedaling, Hooker tags Pearson with a straight right. Pearson comes forward recklessly, ducking low behind a left hand; this time, Hooker is waiting with a perfectly timed high knee that connects square to Pearson's jaw, dislodging his mouthpiece. Pearson falls to his back, unconscious, and Hooker smashes him with one follow-up hammerfist before referee Neil Swailes can rush in for the stoppage.

The Official Result

Dan Hooker def. Ross Pearson via KO (Knee) R2 3:02

Derek Brunson vs. Daniel Kelly

Round 1

Kelly crouches low and presses forward but is kept at bay in the opening minute by Brunson's jabs and leg kicks. Brunson continues to kick at Kelly's braced right knee as the Australian steps forward. Brunson takes a step forward himself, winding up with a massive overhand left that lands flush and puts Kelly to sleep. Kelly hits the mat face-down, and Brunson attacks with three or four follow-up hammerfists before referee John Sharp dives in for the stoppage.

The Official Result

Derek Brunson def. Daniel Kelly via KO (Punch) R1 1:16

Derrick Lewis vs. Mark Hunt

Round 1

England's Marc Goddard is the referee for tonight's heavyweight main event, with judges Howie Booth, Barry Foley and Charlie Keech scoring at cageside. A slow opening minute sees Hunt trying to work his way inside on the taller man, while Lewis fends off the heavy-handed striker with kicks to the lead leg and body. Hunt keeps pressing out from the center, backing up Lewis to the fence, and finally the "Super Samoan" lunges in to connect with a sweeping left hand. Lewis has a pair of head kicks bounce off Hunt's right shoulder, then backpedals away when Hunt threatens to throw hands again. Hunt is feinting now and getting Lewis to bite. Lewis misses on another left high kick but pops Hunt with an uppercut behind it. Hunt steps in with an overhand right, sprawls on a shot from Lewis and hits the "Black Beast" with an uppercut. Hunt charges inside again, and Lewis slips to a knee while backing up. Lewis jumps up before Hunt can capitalize, and now the heavyweights reconvene in the center of the cage. Hunt pushes Lewis backward with a chopping leg kick, then has to back up as the American tries a flying knee. Hunt catches a body kick in the closing seconds and kicks back at Lewis' back leg.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Lewis

Round 2

Hunt takes up the center of the cage again and stalks Lewis around the outside. Lewis blasts his way back to the middle with an awkward leaping kick. Hunt is soon on the march again, keeping his hands in Lewis' face as the "Black Beast" circles with his back to the fence. Hunt continues to work his leg kicks, and Lewis is starting to check the strikes now. Hunt takes a finger to the right eye from the outstretched hand of Lewis, but the Kiwi says he's good to continue. Hunt whiffs as he steps into the pocket with a big overhand right, but it's Lewis landing a counter right hook that backs up the K-1 vet. Lewis continues to fire kicks at the head of the shorter man, this time pulling up just short with a switch kick. Hunt, meanwhile, resumes walking Lewis around the perimeter, still landing leg kicks as they enter the last two minutes of the round. Lewis eats a right hand and starts to circle away, and Hunt lunges after him with another big right hand. Lewis looks to have cleared the cobwebs before Hunt can capitalize on the sequence, and now Lewis is scoring with counter right hands as Hunt marches after him. Hunt pops Lewis with a few more punches, then appears to think the round is over and turns to walk away. As he's called back by referee Goddard, Lewis nearly lands a left high kick, but Hunt dodges it and finishes the round with another combination at the fence.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Hunt

Round 3

Lewis' hands are hanging low as he circles to his right in the opening minute of round three. Hunt stays measured, walking down the "Black Beast," always keeping Lewis on the outside. Lewis appears to poke Hunt in the eye again, but there's no complaint from Hunt. An uppercut scores for Lewis, but his follow-up punches go wanting as Hunt ducks and dips away. Hunt comes forward again, deflecting a lead uppercut from Lewis, who is suddenly looking very tired. Lewis gets Hunt to back up with a partially landed left hook, but "Hunto" is soon on the advance again. Hunt lands a leg kick, sticks a jab, now midway through the round and possibly the fight. Lewis tries to push Hunt away with a front kick, then shoots for a double and gets brushed aside by the local favorite. Lewis blocks an overhand right but comes away from the exchange with his hands on his hips. Hunt goes to the body with a right hook, now a left uppercut, and Lewis continues to back up with his hands held low.

Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hunt
Mike Sloan scores the round 10-9 Hunt

Round 4

Lewis continues to hold his hands very low, breathing with his mouth open as he moves slowly around the outside. Hunt follows him from the middle, looking to land a big right hand, but Lewis continues to evade the power punches. Hunt lands a heavy leg kick, flashes a jab and comes over the top with a right hand. Lewis backs up Hunt momentarily with a tired left hand, but Hunt comes straight back with a body punch. Lewis looks to be struggling just to remain vertical as he stumbles backward around the edge of the cage. Hunt catches him with a big right hand to the jaw but lets Lewis off the hook with no follow-up offense. Lewis tries a last-dich leaping knee and right hand, comes up short and has to back up to the wall again. Hunt starts to unload with uppercuts and elbows as Lewis covers up and doubles over. Referee Goddard is telling Lewis to fight back, but Lewis is clearly finished, offering no intelligent defense, and the fight is stopped. Mark Hunt collects a fourth-round technical knockout of Derrick Lewis before an ecstatic New Zealand crowd.

The Official Result

Mark Hunt def. Derrick Lewis via TKO (Punches) R4 3:51

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