UFC Fight Night 27 Results: ‘Condit vs. Kampmann’ Play-by-Play & Updates

Aug 28, 2013

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Roger Bowling vs. Abel Trujillo

Round 1

Bowling connects with a right hook in the pocket and Trujillo answers back with a right of his own which backs Bowling away. The Strikeforce vet comes forward and whacks Trujillo with another pair of punches, then keeps dipping in and out of range to strike with straight shots. Trujillo sticks a jab and steps off, repeats and misses with a left hook. The next left from Trujillo lands on Bowling’s chin, so Bowling opens up with a combo before shooting on Trujillo’s legs. He lifts Trujillo into the air and tries for a hard slam, but Trujillo is able to break his fall and then scramble back up the fence. Bowling connects with a right hand to the body; Trujillo gives him back a knee to the breadbasket. Trujillo charges inside with a combination; he doesn’t land any big punches, but he does manage to take Bowling’s back and drag him to the floor. Trujillo moves to side control, leaning right to left across Bowling in the center of the cage. Bowling stands up, but Trujillo maintains back control and uses it to land punches, knees and then another takedown. Bowling tries a guillotine as he’s taken down; referee Rob Hinds puts his hands on the fighters, perhaps thinking he saw a tap, but they keep fighting and Trujillo escapes. With 15 seconds left, Bowling tries another guillotine; Trujillo escapes this one, too, and scrambles to his feet to finish the round with two punches and a knee.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Trujillo
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Bowling
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Trujillo

Round 2

Trujillo stays on the outside through the opening 45 seconds, trying to snipe at Bowling with jabs. Bowling shoots in and puts Trujillo on the fence with a single-leg that he can’t finish, and Trujillo punishes him for the takedown attempt with a flurry of punches. Bowling splits Trujillo’s guard with a jab, then slaps outside with a loud leg kick. Wide punches miss for Trujillo as he briefly leans Bowling against the cage. Bowling shoves him off and sticks punches in the face of Trujillo, who seems to be slowing with each punch thrown. They get into a firefight on the fence with both men landing heavy punches, but Bowling takes advantage with a takedown. They stand with just over 90 seconds left and Bowling cracks Trujillo with a lovely left hook. Trujillo is still throwing hands, sticking his jab in Bowling’s face until Bowling hits another takedown at the base of the fence. Bowling jumps on top and tries for a rear-naked choke, but Trujillo gives a thumbs-up and pulls his head free. Trujillo stands and drills the still-kneeling Bowling with a knee to the chest, then one to the head and a right hand to the face. The second knee is clearly illegal, and ref Hinds deducts one point from Trujillo. The physician tells Hinds that Bowling was knocked out by the strikes, meaning he cannot come back to fight.

The Result

Roger Bowling vs. Abel Trujillo declared No Contest (Illegal Knee to the Head) R2 4:57

Ben Alloway vs. Zak Cummings

Round 1

Cummings shoots a single-leg, gets shoved to the ground and comes back with a double that puts Alloway on the cage. Alloway threatens with a guillotine as he defends the takedown, but Cumming pops free and gets the takedown on the third try. It’s only a few seconds before Alloway works back to his feet and circles off the cage. The welterweights get in close range and Cummings scores with a couple shorts right hands before shooting another double. Alloway stands him up and uses an underhook to defend the takedown, moving around the outside of the cage while Cummings keeps digging. Cummings finally gets the takedown, pulls his head free from a guillotine and tries a brabo/D’Arce choke. Cummings adjusts his grip and puts his weight on top, forcing Alloway to tap out.

The Result

Zak Cummings def. Ben Alloway via Submission (Brabo Choke) R1 4:19

James Head vs. Jason High

Round 1

After a half minute of tentative pawing, Head steps into range and High immediately changes levels for a takedown. High postures up in half guard, then stands and dives back down with a left hand. The “Kansas City Bandit” grabs a guillotine and rolls to full mount. Head bucks him off, but High keeps hold of the neck and goes back to full mount to force the tap.

The Result

Jason High def. James Head via Submission (Guillotine Choke) R1 1:41

Darren Elkins vs. Hatsu Hioki

Round 1

Elkins swings long left hands at Hioki as the taller man looks to step inside and strike. Hioki takes 45 seconds but eventually does find his range and smack Elkins with a combo and a leg kick. Elkins responds with a left hook, misses with a straight right to the body. Good right hand from Elkins as he moves Elkins toward the fence. Hioki comes right back with a hook and a knee, but the former Shooto champ is now leaking blood from the inside corner of his right eye. Elkins circles to his right as Hioki gives chase with front kicks, punches and knees. A single-leg attempt from Elkins is stuffed by Hioki, who pushes the wrestler away with a knee to the gut. Hioki sticks a straight right and slips out; Elkins lands a right of his own that causes Hioki to shrug his arms and smile. A kick to the body hurts Elkins, and Hioki tries to capitalize with more strikes but settles for top position on the ground. Elkins sits up and Hioki grabs for a heel hook which allows Elkins to scramble up. Elkins gets a takedown, but Hioki traps Elkins’ right arm between his legs and finishes the ground with short punches.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Hioki
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Hioki
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hioki

Round 2

Hioki hits another takedown inside the first minute, but Elkins is able to quickly escape to his feet. The American has blood trickling from his nose as they resume striking and Hioki drills him with a knee to the breadbasket. Hioki scores with a hook and slips out before Elkins can score with his counters. Hioki keeps the front kicks to the body coming, mixing in a leg kick here and there. Elkins scores a takedown midway through the fight and Hioki scoots backward to put his back on the cage. Elkins tries to take the back of Hioki, who can’t escape from trouble as he rolls through he winds up in the same position as he started. The featherweights are back on their feet with 90 seconds left, Elkins still holding on to Hioki’s waist and throwing knees to the thigh. Hioki drops to the ground and takes Elkins’ back in one motion, then instantly begins hunting for a rear-naked choke. Elkins denies this and the triangle attempt behind it to wind up on top at the horn.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Elkins
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Elkins
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Elkins

Round 3

Elkins opens the final round with a good right hook up top. His follow-up combinations mostly go off Hioki’s arms or chest, so the local favorite shoots and hits another takedown about one minute in. Hioki keeps an open guard, looking to creep his legs up as he controls Elkins’ right hand. Elkins pulls his hand free and scores with some solid ground-and-pound as Hioki leans back and draws a deep breath. Hioki grabs Elkins’ left arm, so Elkins gets busy with his right, throwing to Hioki’s head and body. Hioki isn’t offering much from his back in the last minute, just clinging to Elkins’ arm while Elkins punches sporadically with his free hand.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Elkins (29-28 Elkins)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Elkins (29-28 Elkins)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Elkins (29-28 Elkins)

The Result

Darren Elkins def. Hatsu Hioki via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Justin Edwards vs. Brandon Thatch

Round 1

Edwards moves in to clinch behind some punches but winds up in an exchange with Thatch, who drops “Fast Eddy” with a right high kick. Edwards gets back to his feet, but Thatch is all over him, working the Jorge Gurgel protégé with knees, kicks and uppercuts as they fight along the fence. Edwards hits the grounds, gets back up and goes down again. This time, Thatch doesn’t let up, pounding on his kneeling opponent with punches until referee Rob Hinds intervenes.

The Result

Brandon Thatch def. Justin Edwards via TKO (Knees and Punches) R1 1:23

Papy Abedi vs. Dylan Andrews

Round 1

Andrews probes the range with his lead hand while the southpaw Abedi stalks from the center of the Octagon. A couple hard leg kicks land for Abedi as the “Villain” switches stances, then goes back to orthodox. Abedi closes in after 90 seconds and presses Andrews against the fence, then grabs a single-leg and slams Andrews to the floor. With Abedi in side control, Andrews grabs an underhook and uses it to stand, then takes down Abedi. They scramble back up and Abedi holds Andrews on the cage until he can hit an inside trip, landing in Andrews’ open guard. Sitting up in Andrews’ half-guard, Abedi tries a guillotine that doesn’t stick, then switches to dropping elbows on Andrews’ face. Abedi stands and goes for another guillotine, but Andrews slips this one, too, and stands to put Abedi on the cage. Andrews tries a throw but Abedi lands on top with a whizzer. Andrews drives forward on a single-leg and completes it to finish the round in side control.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Abedi
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Abedi
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Abedi

Round 2

It’s a slow opening minute to round two, as Abedi lands a leg kick and Andrews a right hand, followed by a couple low kicks. Abedi is swinging murderous left hands but pulling up short, while Andrews picks his shots and flicks out jabs. Halfway through the round, Andrews hits a takedown, but Abedi is back on his feet immediately. Abedi staggers Andrews with a hook and pushes him to the canvas, then begins dropping punches and elbows from half guard. A pair of hard knees to the body appear to hurt Andrews, but he pushes forward and stands by driving on a single-leg. Andrews finishes the round holding Abedi against the fence.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Abedi
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Abedi
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Abedi

Round 3

Andrews catches the incoming Abedi with a right hand, but Abedi pushes through it to hold Andrews against the fence with an underhook. Ref Herb Dean quickly warns the middleweights to get busy; they don’t, so Dean breaks them up with just under four minutes remaining. Abedi tries to clinch and gets slugged with an uppercut. Andrews clips him with another punch as Abedi shoots in, sending Abedi to the ground face-first. A couple more punches from Andrews dribble the head of the dazed Abedi, forcing referee Dean into action.

The Result

Dylan Andrews def. Papy Abedi via KO (Punches) R3 1:32

Bubba McDaniel vs. Brad Tavares

Round 1

Tavares strikes first with a pair of strong outside leg kicks, then makes McDaniel whiff on a high kick. McDaniel takes a couple more kicks before deciding to put Tavares on the cage. Tavares shoves McDaniel’s head away and escapes to resume his leg-kicking. Another kick puts an off-balance McDaniel on his back, but Tavares allows him to stand back up. McDaniel tries to clinch up with underhooks, gets stuffed and keeps pushing to put Tavares on the cage. A knee from McDaniel strays low, but Tavares is alright and they continue after resetting away from the fence. McDaniel’s right thigh is already reddened from leg kicks, so he tries to use his left to kick at Tavares’ knee. They clinch up and Tavares takes the outside position, then releases and finishes round one with a kick to McDaniel’s ribs.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Tavares
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Tavares
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Tavares

Round 2

Tavares gets McDaniel moving backward with a three-punch combo and a kick to the body. The next flurry from Tavares contains a left hand that momentarily sends McDaniel to the ground. McDaniel takes a hard kick to the body, then rushes through a combination from Tavares to trip the Hawaiian to the floor. Tavares is soon back on his feet; McDaniel tries to keep him on the fence and gets shoved halfway across the cage. More kicks come from Tavares in the middle of the round, to McDaniel’s head and body both. McDaniel is keeping his distance and getting kicked away when he tries to step in. He goes to clinch and winds up underneath Tavares, who stands back up and kicks at the legs of his prone opponent. Ref Dan Miragliotta orders McDaniel back up with 15 seconds left, and the middleweights clinch to finish the round.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Tavares
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Tavares
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Tavares

Round 3

McDaniel puts a crisp left hook on Tavares’ chin, then rushes in to hold him against the cage. They separate and Tavares places a low kick straight on McDaniel’s cup, sending “Bubba” to the ground in agony. McDaniel only needs a few seconds to recover, though, and the 185ers are quickly back to trading strikes. McDaniel hits a double-leg with just over three minutes on the clock and lands in half-guard on Tavares’ right side. McDaniel is working to isolate the right arm of Tavares, while Tavares does the same to McDaniel from underneath. McDaniel tries to takes the back of Tavares and winds up losing the position, as Tavares regains full guard and threatens with a triangle. McDaniel passes to side control, nearly takes full mount and gets stuffed back to half-guard as time runs out.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 McDaniel (29-28 Tavares)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 McDaniel (29-28 Tavares)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 McDaniel (29-28 Tavares)

The Result

Brad Tavares def. Bubba McDaniel via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Takeya Mizugaki vs. Erik Perez

Round 1

Mizugaki lunges forward with a left hand and takes one in return from “Goyito.” The next pair of wide punches from Mizugaki misses, and Perez clips him with a counter right. The bantamweights are just bombing one another with punches, and now Perez leaps to connect with a flying knee as Mizugaki counters with a left. Mizugaki comes under a combo from Perez to score with a right, then Perez hits a double-leg against the cage to slow the furious pace after about two minutes. Perez is bleeding from his nose as he works to keep Mizugaki on the ground. He can’t, but shortly after Mizugaki gets to his feet, Perez takes him back down. The sequence repeats: Perez repeatedly pulling Mizugaki to the floor, and Mizugaki continually working to stand. With one minute left, Mizugaki gets off the fence and slams Perez down with a huge double-leg of his own. Perez stands and turns Mizugaki around to land a knee to the body, then picks the Japanese fighter’s ankle for one last takedown at the end of the round.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Perez
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Perez
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Perez

Round 2

The bantamweights go straight back to throwing hands, with Perez getting the better of the early exchanges thanks to clean, right-handed counters. Mizugaki lands a straight right that begins a furious exchange with both men swinging away. Perez changes levels for a takedown try and gets shoved away. Mizugaki is waiting with a knee for Perez the next time Goyito comes in to shoot. Perez is bleeding from his nose as Mizugaki swings a right hook to his gut. Halfway through the bout now, and Mizugaki is beginning to light up Perez with counterpunches. He shuts down another shot from Perez, whose bloody nose is worsening as the round continues. A straight right down the pipe from Mizugaki cuts off a kick from Perez. One last takedown try from Perez is shut down as the round runs out.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki

Round 3

Mizugaki cuts off Perez with a counter left in the opening exchange of the final round. Perez is still swinging, but missing from a distance with wide hooks now. Mizugaki changes levels for a takedown, but Perez is right back up and peeling off Mizugaki’s hands to prevent him from keeping back control. After 90 seconds, Perez shoots and finishes a double-leg on the fence, but Mizugaki gets to his knees and then his feet, where he hits a body-lock takedown to side control. Perez puts him back in guard and tries to control Mizugaki’s right wrist. Mizugaki pulls his hands free and tries to secure Perez’s back. Mizugaki sinks in a rear-naked choke; it’s deep under Perez’s chin, but Perez somehow twists his head free and reverses position by driving on a double. With 70 seconds left and Perez just holding Mizugaki on the fence, ref Gary Copeland tells the bantamweights to get busy. Mizugaki gets back up and puts Perez’s back against the cage with over-unders. Mizugaki releases with 10 seconds left and lets loose with wild punches, while Perez tries a last-second front kick at the horn.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki (29-28 Mizugaki)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki (29-28 Mizugaki)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Mizugaki (29-28 Mizugaki)

The Result

Takeya Mizugaki def. Erik Perez via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) R3 5:00

Court McGee vs. Robert Whittaker

Round 1

McGee comes out aggressive, first throwing heavy punches and then trying to press Whittaker against the fence. Whittaker pushes off, but McGee gives chase and clips him with a right hand. McGee scores with some good leg kicks before Whittaker figures it out and counters with a hard right straight. Another right hand grazes as McGee ducks out of the way. Whittaker is finding a home for that right-hand counter in the middle of the round. He touches McGee with a left hook as the American tries to shoot in. McGee is sporting a small cut on the left side of his hairline as he shoots in and completes a takedown. Whittaker is right back up, and now the cut on McGee’s temple has worsened, with streaks of blood running down the side of his face, though away from his eye. Whittaker sticks another left and shuts down one more takedown attempt before the end of the round.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Whittaker

Round 2

McGee is on the charge again in round two, walking Whittaker toward the fence and having a shot denied. A stiff left from McGee stuns Whittaker for a moment, but the youngster stays standing to eat another hook on the chin. McGee puts Whittaker on the fence and scores with elbows inside before releasing. A double-leg from McGee nearly finds him taking Whittaker’s back, but Whittaker stands up and glances at the clock as he resets. Whittaker’s output has slowed as he watches McGee and waits to counter. McGee, meanwhile, slaps at his opponent with kicks before shooting in and having another takedown stuffed. The “Crusher” is sporting another cut now, this one beneath his right eye. Whittaker connects with a standing elbow and loops a left hook around McGee’s low guard. Good counter work from Whittaker inside the final minute, picking at McGee in between leg kicks and nearly connecting with a right high kick at the end.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 McGee
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-10
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Whittaker

Round 3

Whittaker is looking for standing elbows in the opening moments of the final round, diving after McGee, who backs him off with a spinning back-kick to the body. A leg kick inside is followed by a hard left from McGee that buckles the legs of Whittaker for a moment. Whittaker is sporting some red around his left eye as the welterweights continue throwing hands. Whittaker sticks a couple stiff jabs in McGee’s face. McGee gets in the pocket and roughs up Whittaker with some punches inside, then takes an elbow on the cheek. Whittaker is moving with his mouth wide open as McGee walks him down, throwing constant combinations but only seeming to land with about one-third of his punches. Whittaker keeps looking for elbows over the top, but McGee is simply overwhelming him with volume. A left hook in the closing seconds of the round stops McGee’s charge, and this is going to the judges for what should be a very tight decision.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Whittaker (29-28 Whittaker)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 McGee (29-29 Draw)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 McGee (29-28 Whittaker)

The Result

Court McGee def. Robert Whittaker via Split Decision (30-27, 27-30, 29-28) R3 5:00

Kelvin Gastelum vs. Brian Melancon

Round 1

Gastelum takes 30 seconds before changing levels for a double-leg and putting Melancon on his seat at the base of the fence. Melancon quickly works his way back to his feet and separates, then steps in with a right hand to Gastelum’s ribs. Another takedown goes for Gastelum, but again he can’t hold Melancon there. Melancon lands a couple leg kicks from the outside before Gastelum steps in and drops him with a cross and a big uppercut. Gastelum is all over his fallen foe, instantly taking the back and sinking in a deep rear-naked choke that has Melancon tapping in short order.

The Result

Kelvin Gastelum def. Brian Melancon via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R1 2:26

Donald Cerrone vs. Rafael dos Anjos

Round 1

Dos Anjos takes the center of the cage and throws kicks at Cerrone’s lead leg before sending a straight left down the pipe. Cerrone backs him off with a front kick and circles counterclockwise as the lightweights continue feeling out the range. “Cowboy” comes off the fence with an uppercut that misses and a knee to the body that does not. They continue feeling one another out, Cerrone keeping dos Anjos at bay with kicks until the Brazilian comes in and melts Cerrone with a big right hook. Cerrone recovers and throws up a triangle from his back, but dos Anjos gets out and nearly takes Cerrone’s back in a scramble. They wind up on the ground with Cerrone keeping an active guard and dos Anjos trying to pass to side control. Dos Anjos winds up in Cerrone’s full guard, where he begins dropping heavy elbows on the Cowboy’s face, marking up Cerrone before the end of the frame.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos

Round 2

Dos Anjos sets up in the center again, moving Cerrone around the outside with punching combos and kicks to the body. Cerrone tries to clinch up and gets shoved off, then socked with a right straight and a knee from dos Anjos. A switch kick to the body lands for dos Anjos before Cerrone dives on a single-leg and drags the Brazilian to the floor. Cerrone lands on top in half-guard, while dos Anjos tries to squeak out and take Cerrone’s back. They fight to a stalemate and dos Anjos scrambles up to shoot a high double-leg. Cerrone widens his base against the fence to defend and pushes off dos Anjos with a knee. Dos Anjos scores with a good left down the middle, grazes with a standing elbow in the pocket. With one minute left, dos Anjos hits a double and is forced to defend against Cerrone’s active guard again until time runs out.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 dos Anjos

Round 3

Cerrone loads up on a big outside leg kick and knocks down dos Anjos, but the Brazilian pops back up to kick at Cerrone’s lead leg. Dos Anjos denies an attempt to clinch and charges Cerrone with a flying knee that comes up short. A left straight lands for dos Anjos, answered by a straight shot to the body from Cerrone. Dos Anjos shoots on Cerrone’s legs and gets stood up against the fence. The lightweights separate and Cerrone has opened up a small cut on the corner of dos Anjos’ left eye with a knee. Cerrone sprawls on a double with 90 seconds left and then walks forward on dos Anjos with teep kicks and jabs. Dos Anjos catches a kick, misses with a counter punch and eats a right from Cerrone. Now it’s Cerrone’s turn to catch a kick, but he can’t capitalize and dos Anjos swipes him with a right hook. Cerrone is still chasing dos Anjos when the fight ends, leaping at the Brazilian and pulling up short with a flying knee.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Cerrone (29-28 dos Anjos)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cerrone (29-28 dos Anjos)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cerrone (29-28 dos Anjos)

The Result

Rafael dos Anjos def. Donald Cerrone via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann

Round 1

Kampmann shoots immediately for a single-leg, then wraps up Condit’s body and trips him down along the fence. Condit twists underneath and tries to walk off the fence, but he winds up back where he started, with Kampmann in his guard. Kampmann stands and throws punches which Condit is able to deflect. Kampmann tries to take Condit’s back but only manages to sink in one hook before Condit slips free and takes top position. Kampmann works his way back up after absorbing an elbow and puts Condit back on the fence. The welterweights jockey for position, Condit landing body shots and a knee inside. Kampmann hits another takedown with 1:45 left in what has been an up-and-down opening round. Condit slaps at the side of Kampmann’s head as the “Hitman” works to advance. Condit scrambles up and Kampmann is gesturing to his eye soon after, but ref Herb Dean lets them fight on. Kampmann hits a single inside the last 20 seconds to close out the round on top.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Kampmann
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Kampmann
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Kampmann

Round 2

Kampmann grabs for another single-leg and gets turned away. A straight left from Kampmann turns Condit’s head, and another left hand follows close behind. Kampmann goes underneath a two-punch combo from Condit to try a double, but he gets shoved off. The next takedown attempt from Kampmann is stuffed, too, and Condit lands his cleanest offense yet with a one-two up top. Kampmann goes after another takedown, can’t get it, and Condit scores with another combo. Kampmann charges forward and runs into a pair of right hooks which redden his face. Condit is stringing it together now, mixing up punching combinations with leg kicks and jabs. Kampmann wants a takedown and puts Condit on the fence again, but Condit slips out and almost takes Kampmann’s back in the process. Instead, they go back to striking, and Condit closes out the round with a slapping head kick and another stuffed takedown.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Condit
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Condit
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Condit

Round 3

Kampmann tries to grab hold of Condit on the fence, and again Condit slips right out. The next try is more successful, as Kampmann elevates and plants Condit on the ground near the fence. Condit posts up and stands, then turns Kampmann around and separates. A leaping right hook connects for Condit, followed by a leg kick inside and a left high kick. A pair of long, straight punches from Condit rocks Kampmann’s head and opens up another cut between the Dane’s eyes. More straight punches land on Kampmann’s face, which is now streaked with blood. Kampmann tries to clinch up, so Condit sends hooks around the outside. Left hook, right straight, and another right straight from Condit sends Kampmann stumbling backward into the cage. Kampmann is still bouncing on his toes as he circles the outside, but Condit is just lighting him up in the exchanges now. Kampmann pushes Condit against the cage, so Condit tries a standing power guillotine. Kampmann slips out of this and falls to the ground, so Condit gives chase and tries a rear-naked choke. This won’t stick either, and Kampmann scrambles up to finish the round on his feet.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-8 Condit
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Condit
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-8 Condit

Round 4

Kampmann clips Condit with a right hand and shoves him to the ground, but the “Natural Born Killer” recovers quickly and regains his footing. A left hook to the body stuns Kampmann, and Condit tries to capitalize with a barrage of straight punches to the head along the fence. A pair of knees finally sends Kampmann to the ground; he’s not knocked out, but it doesn’t look like he’s in a rush to get back up, and ref Herb Dean steps in to call an end to the fight as Kampmann remains seated, shaking his head.

The Result

Carlos Condit def. Martin Kampmann via TKO (Punches and Knees) R4 0:54

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