UFC Fight Night Results: ‘Bigfoot vs. Arlovski 2’ Play-by-Play & Updates

Sep 13, 2014


Sherdog.com reports from Nilson Nelson Gymnasium in Brasilia, Brazil, with live UFC Fight Night “Bigfoot vs. Arlovski” updates.

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Johnny Bedford vs. Rani Yahya

Round 1

Yahya goes straight at Bedford with a huge overhand right that forces the American to move backward. Another right hand scores for Yahya before he shoots for a takedown. Bedford stuffs the takedown and lands an illegal soccer kick, but Yahya recovers quickly and rushes right back into Bedford’s face. This time, Yahya completes the takedown and then pulls guard to attempt a guillotine choke with his right arm. Bedford postures up and stays completely still, slowly trying to slip his head out on the near side. Bedford’s neck is clear but Yahya’s still got a hand under his jaw, keeping Bedford in place. Midway through the round, Bedford stands over Yahya to drop a couple punches, an elbow and a punch to the body. Yahya sits up, traps one of Bedford’s arms and begins hunting for another guillotine from butterfly guard. Bedford invites Yahya to stand with 1:45 on the clock. Another long shot from Yahya yields a guillotine attempt from Bedford, but Yahya turns to his back to escape danger. Yahya finishes the round on the bottom, looking for an armbar.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Yahya
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Yahya
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Yahya

Round 2

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Yahya tapped out Bedford.
Yahya gets another quick takedown and pushes Bedford to the fence, where Bedford is able to stand and sprawl on Yahya’s continued double-leg attempt. Yahya uses a leglock to sweep and leans right to left across Bedford’s body in half guard, then tries a kimura on Bedford’s left arm as he passes to straddle his head. Bedford bucks and kicks his legs as Yahya cranks the arm, and he’s forced to tap out.



The Official Result

Rani Yahya def. Johnny Bedford via Submission (Kimura) R2 2:04

Sean Spencer vs. Paulo Thiago

Round 1

Spencer drops Thiago with the first punch of the fight, a straight right hand down the center. Spencer pounces and begins grinding with short forearms from Thiago’s half guard, but the Brazilian is able to recover and power back to his feet. The welterweights clinch on the fence, exchanging positions until Thiago briefly trips Spencer to the ground. Back up they come, Thiago holding the outside position with an underhook, looking for a trip takedown. Spencer reverses again, defends a guillotine, and now the fighters separate. Spencer hits Thiago with another right hand, prompting another clinch, but now Spencer lands on top as they tumble to the ground. Thiago shrimps underneath with 80 seconds on the clock as Spencer hits him with a couple elbows and then stands. Spencer walks into a clipping right hand from Thiago before finishing the round with an outside leg kick and another right hook.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Spencer
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Spencer
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Spencer

Round 2

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Spencer dominated Thiago.
Spencer closes in on Thiago near the fence to connect with yet another right hand, a left hook follow-up and a kick to the body. Thiago pulls guard and gets shoved against the base of the fence, but he climbs back to his feet and digs for a single-leg takedown. Thiago switches to a double-leg, then sits down when Spencer threatens to hit the switch. With three minutes left in the round, it’s Spencer on top, landing elbows to the side of Thiago’s head. Right hands follow as Thiago shifts and rolls underneath, trying to sweep while holding Spencer in half guard.

More elbows from Spencer open a cut near the right eye of Thiago, who gives up his back as he rolls over. Spencer tries a rear-naked choke with only one hook in, allowing Thiago to stand and sweep into the American’s closed guard. Thiago advances to half guard in the final 30 seconds, hugging Spencer against the cage. The welterweights are back on their feet for the final 10 seconds of the round, and Thiago fends off Spencer with a front kick.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Spencer
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Spencer
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Spencer

Round 3

Spencer walks straight at Thiago but is kept out of range as the Brazilian threatens with uppercut counters. Thiago changes levels and gets pushed against the fence by Spencer, who quickly backs out to resume striking. There’s not much landing cleanly for either man midway through the round, though Thiago gets around Spencer’s guard with a left hook. “Black Magic” puts a kick on Thiago’s body, then yanks his leg back to avoid a takedown after Thiago catches it. Thiago’s back is pressed against the cage now, allowing Spencer to mix it up with a body-head combination. Thiago swings with tired arm punches, gets backed up to the fence again and eats a couple jabs. A short left hand from Spencer picks off a wide overhand right from Thiago as the fight enters its final minute. Spencer is the busier man down the stretch, keeping his jab in Thiago’s face and then backing up when Thiago tries bombing with some last-second haymakers.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Spencer (30-27 Spencer)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Spencer (30-27 Spencer)
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Spencer (30-27 Spencer)

The Official Result

Sean Spencer def. Paulo Thiago via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Leandro Silva vs. Francisco Trinaldo

Round 1

The southpaws square off in the center, “Buscape” in a wide stance on his back foot while Trinaldo comes forward swinging big hooks. When Trinaldo gets into range, Silva wraps him up and drags him to the ground. Trinaldo sits up with Silva in his half guard, then drives forward to stand and push the “TUF” alum against the fence with an underhook. Silva reverses, gets turned around again and throws up a knee guard to defend body shots. Referee Mario Yamasaki separates the lightweights halfway through the round. Silva gets through with an overhand left, but Trinaldo is still coming forward throwing bombs. Trinaldo comes in behind a left high kick and pins Silva against the cage again. Not much action in the final minute, just Trinaldo holding his position on the fence. They tumble to the ground in the closing seconds, and Trinaldo defends a guillotine to finish the round on top.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Trinaldo
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-10
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Trinaldo

Round 2

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Trinaldo outpointed Silva.
Trinaldo backs Silva toward the fence with a left hand to the body, but Silva gets hold of his countryman, spins to the back and gets a hook in as they go to their knees. Trinaldo stands up, tries to peel away Silva’s hands from the waistlock and does so. Silva keeps him on the fence to land a knee to the body before pulling Trinaldo back to the ground, this time moving straight to back mount. With Trinaldo on his knees, Silva secures his hooks and begins hunting for a rear-naked choke. Silva tries to snake his left arm around Trinaldo’s neck but can’t get there as Trinaldo goes belly-down and buries his chin to defend.

With 1:45 on the clock, Trinaldo sits up against the fence, Silva still attached to his back. Silva briefly switches to full mount as Trinaldo turns over, then loses a hook in the transition to back mount, allowing Trinaldo to turn over again and take top position. Trinaldo stands up and Silva does likewide, driving “Massaranduba” to the ground with a double-leg and closing out the round by threatening with another neck crank.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Silva
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Silva
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Silva

Round 3

Trinaldo is pushing the action with forward motion and long punches in the opening minute of the final round, but Silva is on his back foot, avoiding any major damage. Silva takes a knee to the body and shoots a double-leg, and Trinaldo surrenders the takedown to try a guillotine which evaporates almost immediately. Trinaldo switches to an omoplata, but Silva escapes this as well. The lightweights come back to their feet, where Trinaldo tags Silva with a left hand against the fence. Silva shoots a double, brings Trinaldo to the ground, but Trinaldo gets a front headlock and stands up again. Silva sees the next shot coming from Trinaldo and tries to pull guard with a guillotine. Trinaldo slips right out and now sits in side control with one minute remaining. Silva reclaims guard and swings his legs around, maybe hunting for an armbar, but Trinaldo stacks him up and finishes the fight on top.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Trinaldo (29-28 Trinaldo)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Trinaldo (29-29 Draw)
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Trinaldo (29-28 Trinaldo)

The Official Result

Francisco Trinaldo def. Leandro Silva via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Igor Araujo vs. George Sullivan

Round 1

Sullivan presses forward on Araujo with straight punches, but the Brazilian stays on his back foot early, fending off Sullivan with long front kicks. Ninety seconds in, the welterweights clinch on the fence, Araujo on the outside working for a trip takedown. He gets Sullivan to the mat briefly, then keeps hold as they come back to their feet. Sullivan hits a trip and comes down on top of Araujo, who throws up his legs to attempt an armbar. Sullivan pulls the limb loose and postures up to drop heavy right hands through Araujo’s guard. Araujo uses his legs to elevate Sullivan, but the American stays heavy and comes back to the ground to land more right hands. Araujo sits up and tries a double-leg, then clings to Sullivan’s waist and gets sat on. Sullivan drives a couple elbows into Araujo’s legs before being swept underneath. The positions change again just as quickly, Sullivan taking top and stacking up Araujo to smash with forearms in the closing seconds.

Sherdog Scores

Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Sullivan
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Sullivan
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Sullivan

Round 2

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Sullivan put out Araujo's lights.
Sullivan moves around the outside and lobs straight punches at the body of Araujo, who waits 40 seconds to close the gap and then clinches up again. Sullivan trips his man to the ground near the fence, but Araujo comes straight back up and keeps clinging to Sullivan’s waist. Sullivan socks him in the face with a few right hands before tripping to the canvas. From Araujo’s half guard, Sullivan postures up and drops left hands. Araujo is getting lumped up, sporting some damage around his left eye, and more right hands from Sullivan won’t help the matter.

Sullivan pins Araujo’s head to the canvas and lands two more thunderous right hands to knock him out cold.

The Official Result

George Sullivan def. Igor Araujo via KO (Punches) R2 2:31

Dashon Johnson vs. Godofredo Castro

Round 1

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Godofredo Pepey took out Johnson.
Not much action through the opening 90 seconds as both men feint and probe with punches. Pepey lands the first good shot of the contest with a straight right hand, and now the featherweights meet in the center of the cage. Johnson shoots for a long takedown and winds up holding Pepey on the fence with an underhook. Pepey breaks loose midway through the round and whiffs on a high spinning-back kick. Johnson lunges into range with a right cross that lands. He doesn’t follow up, instead cocking the hand and stepping back while Pepey inches forward.

When Pepey rushes in to strike, Johnson changes levels and floors him with ease. Johnson stands with Pepey still attached to him using a tight guard, and now Pepey turns it into a triangle armbar as he’s slammed back to the ground. Johnson resists at first, but when Pepey rolls to full mount with the submission locked in place, the “Fly Boy” is forced to tap out.

The Official Result

Godofredo Pepey def. Dashon Johnson via Submission (Triangle Armbar) R1 4:29

Jessica Andrade vs. Larissa Moreira Pacheco

Round 1

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Andrade stopped Pacheco easily.
Pacheco sticks Andrade with a couple jabs off the bell, but Andrade rushes through them to clinch up and throw the UFC newcomer to the canvas. From half guard, Andrade sits up to hit Pacheco’s body with left hands, then stands and comes back down in side control. Andrade threatens with a loose guillotine as Pacheco shrimps underneath, trying to sit up against the fence. Andrade stands again to regain side control, nearly takes full mount but instead moves to side control on the other side. A few hammer fists crack Pacheco, but she gets one back by tagging the standing Andrade with an upkick.

Andrade doesn’t like this, as she comes back to the ground and begins pounding on Pacheco with more hammer fists. Andrade looks for a brabo choke setup, can’t get it and stands up again. This time, “Bate Estaca” comes down to Pacheco’s guard, passes to side control and then grabs a guillotine as Pacheco sits up. Andrade cranks the choke from the topside and elicits a tap from Pacheco.

The Official Result

Jessica Andrade def. Larissa Moreira Pacheco via Submission (Guillotine Choke) R1 4:33

Iuri Alcantara vs. Russell Doane

Round 1

Alcantara comes out slugging for Doane, throwing heavy hooks that chase the Hawaiian toward the fence, where Alcantara gets a quick takedown. Alcantara is in back control about 30 seconds into the fight, working for a rear-naked choke. “Marajo” softens up Doane with some punches, tries the choke but can’t quite cinch it. Doane sits out and turns over to push Alcantara against the cage, working a waistlock into a takedown as he peels the Brazilian away from the fence. Doane stands up and comes crashing down to hit Alcantara with a hard right hand, stands again and this time comes down gently into guard. Alcantara elevates and sweeps to stand with about 70 seconds on the clock, but shortly thereafter, he hits Doane with a knee to the groin. Doane recovers quickly and the bantamweights get back to business. Doane changes levels to get under some punches from Alcantara and brings the Brazilian down to the mat. Alcantara finishes the round on his back, working for a kimura.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Alcantara
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Alcantara
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Alcantara

Round 2

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Alacantara got by a tough Doane.
Alcantara comes around Doane’s guard with a big left hook. Referee Jerin Valel pauses the action momentarily to tell Alcantara to keep a closed fist when extending his hand. Doane shoots for a double-leg against the cage and gets stuffed by Alcantara, who keeps a wide base to defend. The second effort from Doane yields a takedown midway through the round. Alcantara throws up an omoplata from underneath, but Doane escapes to set up in Alcantara’s closed guard. The bantamweights are going blow-for-blow on the ground, Doane landing short punches and forearms on top, while underneath Alcantara swings
back with nice elbows.

At the one-minute mark, referee Valel brings the fighters back to their feet. Doane is sporting a cut on the outside of his left eye. Alcantara lands a couple hard punches that have Doane shooting for a takedown in a hurry. Alcantara keeps it standing to slug Doane with two huge, straight left hands, but Doane gets another takedown just before time runs out.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Alcantara
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Alcantara
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Alcantara

Round 3

Referee Valel calls for the doctor to inspect Doane’s eye, and the Hawaiian is cleared to come out for the final round. Alcantara opens with a swift body kick and loads up on his left hand, which gets Doane to change levels and shoot. Doane winds up with Alcantara in a front headlock, where he lands a knee to the head just before Alcantara puts his hand on the canvas. With 3:45 on the clock, Doane completes a takedown near the fence. Alcantara works back to his feet but has to defend against a standing brabo choke. The bantamweights go back to the ground, Alcantara slowly slipping out of the choke and then standing up. Doane tries for a single-leg but Alcantara is up now, with a wide base and a kimura setup on Doane’s inside arm. Doane gets his takedown with just over one minute to go and begins dropping short punches and elbows on Alcantara’s face. Alcantara explodes to his feet with 25 seconds to go and returns the favor with a double of his own to finish the fight atop Doane.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Doane (29-28 Alcantara)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Doane (29-28 Alcantara)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Doane (29-28 Alcantara)

The Official Result

Iuri Alcantara def. Russell Doane via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Wendell Oliveira Marques vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio

Round 1

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Ponzinibbio blasted Marques.
Oliveira lands heavy leg kicks and pumps a stiff jab to keep Ponzinibbio out of range as the welterweights fight near the fence. Ponzinibbio keeps swinging and begins finding his mark with left hands, including one on the jaw that wobbles “War Machine.” Ponzinibbio smells blood and begins unloading with both hands, bombing Oliveira with left hooks and straight rights until the Brazilian crumbles to the ground. Referee Mario Yamasaki steps in to halt the bout just as Oliveira wakes up to protest the stoppage.

The Official Result

Santiago Ponzinibbio def. Wendell de Oliveira Marques via KO (Punches) R1 1:20

Efrain Escudero vs. Leonardo Santos

Round 1

Early tie-ups and exchanges between the lightweights yield lots of deflected punches, then Escudero lands a chopping leg kicks and Santos opts to clinch against the cage. Santos gets the takedown away from the fence, looks to pass to full mount and gets elevated by Escudero, who is doing well to stave off the jiu-jitsu expert thus far. Santos settles for half guard and postures up to drive some elbow strikes into Escudero’s face. With 90 seconds left in the round, Escudero turns to his left and has to defend against a back-take. Santos has his right hook secured but can’t sneak the left in as Escudero’s leg is flush to the mat. Escudero absorbs some hammer fists to the side of the head and gives Santos some knees to the thigh. Santos finally secures the back with 30 seconds on the clock, can’t get the rear-naked choke and finishes the round trying an armbar.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Santos
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Santos
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Santos

Round 2

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Santos' grappling set the pace.
Santos puts a step-through knee in Escudero’s breadbasket, then steps back as Escudero throws hands to counter. Escudero gets through with an overhand right, tries to step into the pocket but backs out when the taller man feints. Santos sticks a jab, keeps pumping it to keep Escudero out of the pocket, but Escudero gets through with a right hook anyway. When Santos looks for another takedown, Escudero turns him against the fence and lands a knee to the body, then another overhand right. The next right hand sends Santos to the mat, and Escudero stands over the Brazilian, kicking at his legs until referee Jerin Valel orders him to stand.

Escudero ducks under a whipping high kick and cracks the black belt with a right hand, a stiff jab. With one minute left, Escudero reverses a takedown attempt and throws Santos to the ground for 20 seconds until Valel stands him up again.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Escudero
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Escudero
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Escudero

Round 3

Escudero backs up Santos with a front kick, slips into range and tries to get hold of the Brazilian but has to wade back out. Santos is active but pulling up short with jabs and kicks, and now Escudero thuds a big overhand right off Santos’ tight guard. Escudero presses forward, sidestepping a few high kicks from Santos, who opts to change levels and drives Escudero to the ground near the fence with about three minutes left in the fight. Thirty seconds later, Santos has passed to full mount, then works to take the back as Escudero turns over in a repeat of the opening round. With 90 seconds to go, Santos secures the back as the lightweights sit up against the cage. Escudero peels away the Nova Uniao fighter’s hands to defend a rear-naked choke, but Santos has a body triangle locked on and stays in position to try again. Escudero keeps Santos’ right arm from going under his chin and punches over his shoulder, then goes back to defending the RNC as time runs out.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Santos (29-28 Santos)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Santos (29-28 Santos)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Santos (29-28 Santos)

The Official Result

Leonardo Santos def. Efrain Escudero via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Gleison Tibau vs. Piotr Hallmann

Round 1

Hallmann opens with an outside leg kick, then gets knocked backward with a big, blocked high kick from Tibau. The Brazilian rushes forward, swinging heavy left hands at Hallmann before scoring a takedown near the fence. Hallmann pops back to his feet, pressed against the fence by Tibau’s underhooks, and now Tibau releases to end a busy opening minute. Hallmann delivers a kick to the gut of Tibau and presses forward to put a short right on the local favorite’s chin. Tibau scores with a short left hook in the next exchange and nearly tosses Hallmann to the ground. The Polish fighter keeps his balance and comes back to clinch, but Tibau exits with another short, hard left. Tibau tries a double-leg in the center of the cage and drives Hallmann to the ground as they run toward the fence. Hallmann is quickly back to his feet again, pushing foward on Tibau to score with a kick and a knee to the midsection. The lightweights tie up on the fence, Tibau on the outside, and he manages another left hook before Hallmann pushes him away. Hallmann lands down the center with a right hand, an outside thigh kick, and continues pushing the action to end the round.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Tibau
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Tibau
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Tibau

Round 2

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Tibau outpointed Hallmann.
Tibau cracks Hallmann with a spinning back fist early and then dumps “Pletwal” to the mat near the fence. Hallmann is back on his feet in seconds to reverse and put Tibau’s back to the cage, but it doesn’t last long. Tibau pops his man with short left hands in the tie-up while working an underhook with his right arm. Referee Mario Yamasaki breaks up the clinch with 3:30 on the clock. Tibau catches a front kick, spins Hallmann around but can’t capitalize. Tibau snaps back Hallmann’s head with a stright right, backs up to the fence and spins Hallmann around as the Pole steps in with a knee.

The lightweights pummel for position, winding up in another stalemate before separating with two minutes to go. Hallmann initiates the clinch this time, gets spun around and widens his base to defend a Tibau double-leg. Tibau whiffs as he exits with a spining elbow, and the 155ers go back to the clinch, where Hallmann drives a pair of hard knees up the middle.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Tibau
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Tibau
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Tibau

Round 3

Tibau finds the mark with a left hand before changing levels and plowing Hallmann to the ground. Hallmann scoots over to the fence and stands again, but he can’t escape Tibau’s clutches. The lightweights split with about three minutes left in the fight, and Hallmann closes in on Tibau near the fence. A high knee from Hallmann opens up a cut on Tibau’s left eyebrow, and referee Mario Yamasaki wants the doctor to check it. The fight resumes with Tibau on the outside in the clinch, but ref Yamasaki quickly realizes his error and puts Hallmann on the outside. Tibau brings Hallmann to the ground but again can’t hold him there. They’re back on their feet with one minute left, Hallmann backing Tibau toward the fence with high kicks and punches. Tibau changes levels for a double-leg and winds up eating elbows from the sprawling Hallmann. Tibau switches to a single-leg in the final seconds, then stands up to press Hallmann against the cage as time expires.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Hallmann (29-28 Tibau)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Hallmann (29-28 Tibau)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Hallmann (29-28 Tibau)

The Official Result

Gleison Tibau def. Piotr Hallmann via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Andrei Arlovski vs. Antonio Silva

Round 1

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Arlovski teed off on Silva.
Silva stakes out the center of the cage while Arlovski steps just outside and lunges in with a right hand. Silva counters with a short right of his own and misses with a low kick as the “Pitbull” steps out of range. Arlovski throws an oblique kick and ducks in with a nice right hand to exchange places. Silva reclaims the center, Arlovski circling around him, and now the former UFC champ hits Silva with a right to the body. A right hook scores for Arlovski, then a straight shot as “Bigfoot” stands relatively still in front of him. Midway through the round, Arlovski finds the mark on Silva’s chin with an uppercut.

Silva gets one back with a right hook and then marches forward to push Arlovski toward the fence. Arlovski drops Silva with a blistering right straight, then follows the Brazilian to the ground and pounds him unconscious with three or four massive hammer fists until referee Jerin Valel comes in for a late stoppage.

The Official Result

Andrei Arlovski def. Antonio Silva via KO (Punches) R1 2:59

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