UFC Fight Night Results: ‘Machida vs. Dollaway’ Play-by-Play & Updates

Dec 20, 2014


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Jake Collier vs. Vitor Miranda

Round 1

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Miranda landed a kick square on the chin.
Collier pushes forward at the start, backing up Miranda with a high kick and a punching combination which the Brazilian avoids. Miranda slaps with a low kick and takes a right hand on the end of a combo, then a shot to the body. Collier shoves Miranda against the fence, absorbs a couple knees to the body and then drags the “TUF: Brazil” competitor to the floor. Collier looks for a kimura from cross-side control, then spins to try and take the back as Miranda turtles up on his knees. Miranda squirms and tries to keep Collier in half guard, but Collier passes back to the side and keeps Miranda down for most of the final minute. Collier tries to apply a brabo choke as Miranda looks to stand, but Miranda slips out and gets back to his feet with 15 seconds on the clock. Miranda attacks Collier near the fence and hurts him with a right high kick square to the side of the head. Collier is on rubber legs as Miranda hits him with three or four follow-up punches. Collier falls face-first to the ground, and referee Fernando Yamasaki steps in to call off the fight a split-second before the horn sounds.

The Official Result

Vitor Miranda def. Jake Collier via TKO (Head Kick and Punches) R1 4:59

Tim Means vs. Marcio Alexandre Jr.

Round 1

Means gets a body lock on Alexandre and tries to trip him to the ground, but the Brazilian peels Means’ arms away and circles out. Means lands a leg kick on the backpedaling Alexandre and then clinches up; again, Alexandre escapes and goes back to circling in his wide southpaw stance. Alexandre takes a low kick and a jab to the grill, reverses as Means comes in to clinch and then separates. Means comes down the center with another hard left hand and pushes Alexandre away as “Lyoto” tries to grab a headlock. Another big left straight lands for Means, followed by a kick to the body. Alexandre sprints away, resets and tags Means with a two-piece combo, to which Means raises his hands and motions for Alexandre to bring it. Means fails on a trip takedown attempt and goes back to following Alexandre, landing leg kicks with 90 seconds left. Alexandre lands a body kick and tries to counter as Means presses forward, but the 6-foot-2 American is just outside of range. Alexandre grabs the Thai plum and puts a knee on Means’ body as the round ends.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Means
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Means
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Means

Round 2

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Means did enough to taste victory.
Alexandre catches Means leaping into the pocket and gets a body lock, but Means reverses with underhooks and shoves Alexandre against the cage for a moment before separating. A straight left connects for Alexandre, then a knee to the body of Means, who answers with a pair of hard, clean left hands that make the karateka circle away. Means catches a kick and trips Alexandre to the ground, then drills him with a knee to the chin as the Brazilian stands back up. Referee Eduardo Herdy calls time and says the knee landed while Alexandre’s hand was still touching the canvas, but the replay shows that the knee appeared to be legal. After being checked by the cageside doctor, Alexandre is cleared to continue. When action resumes, Alexandre drops Means with a left high kick and tries to polish off the “Dirty Bird” with hammer fists from the standing position. Means drives forward on a double-leg and puts Alexandre on his back with 2:45 remaining in the round. Means gets busy with punches and elbows from Alexandre’s guard, then stands over his prone opponent and drops back to the ground with a hard left hand. Alexandre turtles and stands, then pins Means against the cage with double underhooks. Means hits a takedown in the final seconds and finishes the round slamming Alexandre with nasty elbows.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Means
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Means
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-10

Round 3

Means presses the action at the start of round three, walking down the tired Alexandre with leg kicks. Alexandre is sporting a mouse on the outside corner of his left eye as he backpedals, trying to counter but not landing much of anything. Means just misses with a big uppercut, then connects with a leaping knee a few seconds later. Alexandre backs Means out of range with a left hand; Means motions that he was poked in the eye but does not look for a break from the referee. Alexandre tries to grab a headlock and gets pushed away, then socked by a body kick-left straight combo from the incoming Means. With one minute remaining, Alexandre’s face is a mess, his lumped-up eye now complemented by a bloody nose and a cut on the right cheek. Means keeps chasing him down with left hands and uppercuts, mixing in a few knees to the body when he gets into range.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Means (30-27 Means)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Means (30-27 Means)
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Means (30-28 Means)

The Official Result

Tim Means def. Marcio Alexandre Jr. via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Leandro Issa vs. Yuta Sasaki

Round 1

Issa lands a couple leg kicks out of the gate and slugs Sasaki with an overhand right to the grill. Sasaki eats another right hand as he backs up, then Issa gets hold of the Japanese prospect and works for a trip takedown near the fence. Sasaki defends well, keeping a wide base with his back to a cagepost, but Issa drags him down about two minutes into the round. Sasaki quickly kicks Issa out of his guard and scrambles back to his feet, then gets a takedown of his own and moves to mount Issa. The Brazilian overpowers Sasaki, sweeping out from underneath and landing in side control on the left side of “Ulka.” Issa drops elbows on Sasaki’s face, then switches to hammer fists as Sasaki tries to stand. Sasaki drives forward and shoots a double-leg against the fence, and Issa spends the final 20 seconds sprawling against the fence.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Issa
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Issa
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Issa

Round 2

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Issa cranked on his opponent's neck.
Issa moves in to clinch, blocks a throw from Sasaki and spins to take the back. One minute into the round, Issa drags Sasaki to the ground and again passes to side control on the left. Sasaki gets hold of Issa’s head from underneath and uses the brabo choke setup to sweep to top control. Despite using the choke to sweep, Sasaki is unable to finish with it, and once Issa realizes he’s out of danger, he turns into the coke and forces Sasaki onto his back again. Sasaki gives up his back, and “Brodinho” wastes no time in jumping on and securing both hooks. Flattening out Sasaki from back mount, Issa drops heavy right hands before pulling Ulka backward and hunting for a rear-naked choke. Issa can’t get under the chin, but he wrenches his opponent’s face to the side, and Sasaki taps out to a nasty neck crank.

The Official Result

Leandro Issa def. Yuta Sasaki via Submission (Neck Crank) R2 4:13

Darren Elkins vs. Hacran Dias

Round 1

Dias lands an overhand right in an early exchange, resets and tags Elkins with a left hook a few seconds later. Elkins gets hold of a single-leg and tries to rip Dias to the ground, but Dias stays balanced on his right leg as he hops backward to the fence. Dias gets his left leg free and reverses to put Elkins’ back against the cage. Elkins turns him around, tries to change levels and faceplants on the mat as Dias backs away. Dias comes back, shoots a double and hits a takedown of his own, then dodges a few upkicks and leans down into Elkins’ guard. Elkins throws up a triangle, can’t keep hold of Dias and instead looks to grab the Brazilian’s leg. Dias comes down to the ground and spends a few seconds flattening Elkins from half guard. Dias stands again, tries to shuck the legs of Elkins and drop a right hand, but Elkins gets his legs back in position to put Dias in guard. Elkins sits up against the fence and gets kneed in the chest before he’s able to stand. Now it’s Elkins on the outside position, holding Dias against the fence in the clinch with 65 seconds on the clock. Dias turns it around and tosses Elkins back to the ground, but Elkins sits up and drives Dias to the ground a second later. The round ends with Elkins jumping on the back of the transitioning Dias.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Dias
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Dias
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Dias

Round 2

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Dias decisioned Elkins.
Dias backpedals and pops Elkins with a combination as “The Damage” pushes forward, trying to grab hold of the Brazilian. Elkins eventually gets Dias against the fence and works to pull the Nova Uniao fighter to the ground with a rear waistlock. Aided by a grab of the fence, Dias defends the takedown and turns around in the clinch to separate. With 3:15 on the clock, Dias plants Elkins on the mat with a double-leg and then passes to side control 30 seconds later. Elkins puts Dias back in his closed guard and fishes for a guillotine, but Dias’ head is tight to the American’s body as he pushes Elkins toward the fence. Dias spends the remainder of the round on top, grinding on Elkins with short punches to the body and head.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Dias
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Dias
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Dias

Round 3

The fight stays standing through the first 90 seconds, with Elkins looking to press forward with combinations while Dias repeatedly backs up to the fence. Elkins is swinging huge overhand rights, trying for the home run shot, and Dias begins making him pay with nice counter hooks. Midway through the frame, Dias hits another double-leg, but this time Elkins is able to get back up after 30 seconds. Dias keeps a rear waistlock as they stand, holding Elkins against the fence. Elkins tries to peel the Brazilian’s arms away and instead gets dragged back to the ground. Elkins gets hold of Dias’ neck and uses it to sweep to top position; after a scary moment, Dias slips free of the guillotine, but the sub attempt has left the Brazilian in bottom position. Elkins spends the final 30 seconds on top, trying to work ground-and-pound, but he runs out of time.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Dias (30-27 Dias)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Dias (30-27 Dias)
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Dias (30-27 Dias)

The Official Result

Hacran Dias def. Darren Elkins via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Tom Niinimaki vs. Renato Carneiro

Round 1

The featherweights trade leg kicks before Niinimaki lunges at Carneiros with a big uppercut that misses as the Brazilian backs up. Both men are looking for the countershot through a tentative opening two minutes, though Niinimaki continues to attack with low kicks. Carneiro opens up with a two-punch combo and puts a kick on Niinimaki’s body. Niinimaki answers with another leg kick and just dodges a whipping overhand right counter from the short-notice UFC newcomer. Carneiro reddens Niinimaki’s nose with jabs and counters an overhand right from the Finn with a check left hook. The Brazilian catches a kick with his left arm and socks his face with a right before releasing. The sequence repeats, and this time Niinimaki cartwheels out of danger just before the end of the round.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Carneiro
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Carneiro
Jeff Sherwood scores the round 10-9 Carneiro

Round 2

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Carneiro mugged Niinimaki.
Carneiro gets back to firing off leg kicks right away, and now the Brazilian is landing good counterpunches to Niinimaki’s low kicks, too. A straight right hand lands down the center before Carneiro catches another kick, but this time he can’t capitalize. Carneiro lays a hard kick across Niinimaki’s midsection, and a few seconds later, he clips “Stoneface” with a hard left hook behind the ear. Carneiro chases him to the ground and takes the back as Niinimaki rolls to escape. Securing back-mount with both hooks in, Carneiro wraps up a rear-naked choke and squeezes tight, forcing Niinimaki to tap out.

The Official Result

Renato Carneiro def. Tom Niinimaki via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R2 3:30

Marcos Rogerio de Lima vs. Igor Pokrajac

Round 1

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De Lima ransacked Pokrajac.
De Lima swings punches to close the gap and shoves Pokrajac against the cage with an underhook in the opening seconds of the bout. The big Brazilian lands a knee to the body before socking Pokrajac’s face with right hands, still maintaining the underhook with his left arm. Pokrajac holds his arms out, looking for a restart from referee Fernando Yamasaki, who splits up the fighters seconds later. Pokrajac presses forward on de Lima and takes a left hook on the temple, then another right on the chin. “The Duke” hits the deck and de Lima needs only a couple more punches from the standing position before referee Yamasaki steps in to stop the bout, much to the displeasure of the still-conscious Pokrajac.

The Official Result

Marcos Rogerio de Lima def. Igor Pokrajac via TKO (Punches) R1 1:59

Daniel Sarafian vs. Antonio dos Santos Jr.

Round 1

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A good fight ended due to injury.
Dos Santos backs up Sarafian toward the fence with a combination, but Sarafian steps back to the center and buckles his countryman’s legs momentarily with a right hook. Sarafian lands a head kick just before dos Santos lands a counter right hook that sends Sarafian crashing to his seat on the canvas. Sarafian gets back up and is pressed against the cage by dos Santos, then reverses the position with over-unders. Dos Santos tosses Sarafian aside and circles out, and now it’s Sarafian’s turn to land a hard right hand. Sarafian scores a couple nice leg kicks and gets into a firefight with dos Santos, who pops Sarafian with a pair of quick left hooks. After a brief clinch on the fence, dos Santos puts a left hand on Sarafian’s body and a right hook upstairs. Sarafian tries a single-leg in the final 10 seconds and pulls dos Santos down to his knees at the base of the fence.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 2

Sarafian’s first kick of the round strays to dos Santos’ groin, but “Junior Alpha” tells referee Eduardo Herdy that he’s good to continue. An overhand right from Sarafian catches dos Santos on his open left hand, dislocating dos Santos’ middle finger. Dos Santos asks to pause the fight for a moment while he puts his finger back in place, but while he is doing so, referee Herdy waves off the contest. Dos Santos isn’t happy, having already fixed the injury, but Herdy’s call stands and the fight is over.

The Official Result

Daniel Sarafian def. Antonio dos Santos Jr. via TKO (Finger Injury) R2 1:01

Mike Rhodes vs. Erick Silva

Round 1

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Silva put Rhodes to sleep quickly.
Silva misses on a spinning back fist and gets caught on the other side by a Rhodes left hand. The Brazilian drops for a single-leg takedown and gets Rhodes to the ground right away, as the Roufusport fighter pulls guard with a guillotine. After pulling his head free, Silva passes to side control on Rhodes’ left side, sets up an arm-triangle choke and jumps over to the right. Silva bears down on the choke, and when referee Mario Yamasaki checks on Rhodes a few seconds later, the American is out cold.

The Official Result

Erick Silva def. Mike Rhodes via Technical Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) R1 1:15

Rashid Magomedov vs. Elias Silverio

Round 1

Silverio starts out with a couple low kicks before taking a hard kick to the gut and backing away. The leg kicks keep coming from the Brazilian in the first 90 seconds of the bout, one of which strays to Magomedov’s cup. The Russian says he’s alright, and the lightweights fight on. Magomedov lands a right hook, continues backpedaling and takes a high kick off his left forearm. Silverio sends a stiff jab down the center, but the next one is countered by a Magomedov hook and followed by another body kick. Magomedov swings and misses as he steps into the pocket, but he dips back out before Silverio can grab hold. Silverio has his forward progress halted momentarily by a Magomedov straight left. Magomedov is finding his range now, hitting Silverio with a knee to the body and another kick to the gut. Silverio changes levels, comes back up and eats a right hook, another body kick. Magomedov finishes the round with a takedown near the fence.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 2

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Magomedov's power showed in round three.
A left hook from Silverio gets Magomedov staggering around the perimeter, but the Dagestan native regains his footing and comes back to meet Silverio in the center. Magomedov snaps back Silverio’s head with a straight punch, but a few seconds later, a finger catches Magomedov in the eye. He needs only a few seconds to recover, and the lightweights get back to business with 3:40 on the clock. Magomedov blasts Silverio with a left hook-right uppercut combo, and now the Brazilian is cut on the outside of the right eye. Magomedov lands an overhand right, a left hook, and now he pushes Silverio against the fence. Silverio turns him around and breaks the clinch, and he gets a kick to the groin from Magomedov in an exchange a few moments later. Referee Jerin Valel warns both fighters to keep their kicks clean before fighting resumes. Magomedov lands a thudding kick to Silverio’s breadbasket and blocks the return fire. Both guys land leg kicks as the round enters its final minute. Silverio closes the round with a spinning kick to the gut, and Magomedov answers with a body kick of his own.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 3

Another kick to the groin, this time from Silverio, begins the round. Magomedov comes back quickly and cracks Silverio with a blistering left-right combination. Silverio feints and spins, threatening with kicks and punches but not engaging, while Magomedov lays back and waits to counter. Silverio finally whips a high kick toward Magomedov’s head and slips to the ground, but he pops right back up. Magomedov connects with a left hook and sprawls on a long takedown attempt, then hits Silverio with another left as he backs the Brazilian toward the fence. Now it’s Magomedov instigating a clinch, but Silverio breaks it quickly. Magomedov counters a jab with a nice left hook and follows up with a kick to Silverio’s lead leg. Seventy seconds remain now, and Silverio continues to attack, but his single punches are easier for Magomedov to evade. Referee Valel calls for action, and right on cue, Magomedov drops Silverio with a check left hook. Magomedov slams his fallen opponent with hammer fists, then tees up the head as Silverio tries to stand and blasts him with right hands. Silverio staggers toward the fence and takes Magomedov’s right forearm to the face, sending Silverio back to the canvas and forcing referee Valel to halt the bout with only seconds remaining.

The Official Result

Rashid Magomedov def. Elias Silverio via TKO (Punches) R3 4:57

Patrick Cummins vs. Antonio Carlos Jr.

Round 1

Carlos lands a knee to the body as the 205ers tie up early, but it’s Cummins hitting a trip takedown after a minute spent clinching around the cage. Carlos grabs hold of Cummins’ left leg and tries to stretch it out for a heel hook, then triangles the limb and switches to a toe hold. Cummins is straddling Carlos in reverse, trying to extract his leg from danger while thumping the Brazilian’s body with right hands. With two minutes left in the round, Cummins stands and comes back down to Carlos’ open guard. Carlos rolls to attempt another leglock and eats more punches from Cummins, who again yanks his leg loose and now sets up in the guard of “Cara de Sapato.” Cummins passes guard with 40 seconds to go and mushes Carlos’ face into the canvas with his shoulder. Heavy elbows come from Cummins, who finishes the round in top position.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 2

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Cummins is now 3-1 in the UFC.
Cummins takes an overhand right on the ear before shutting down a long shot from Carlos and winding up in ride position, socking Carlos with right hands. Cummins lifts and slams Carlos to the ground on his knees, and now the wrestler cradles the leg and rolls Carlos onto his back. A few punches land for Cummins from half guard before he stands and kneels back down in Carlos’ open guard. More punches score for “Durkin” as Carlos tries to play wrist control and snatch up an armbar. When that doesn’t work, Carlos drops back for another heel hook attempt; this time, Cummins frees himself with no trouble and dives back down to set up in side control on Carlos’ right. Carlos turns onto his side, trying to put Cummins back in half guard while absorbing more hammer fists. Cummins gets up and allows Carlos to stand inside the final minute, but he plows the Brazilian back to the mat with 20 seconds to go. Referee Mario Yamasaki calls time just before the end of the round, as Carlos pops the kneeling Cummins with an illegal upkick.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 3

Cummins changes levels and gets hit with a leaping knee from Carlos, who’s prepared for the takedown attempt. The next shot from Cummins is clean, and he brings Carlos back to the mat with little difficulty. The Brazilian crowd boos as Cummins postures up in Carlos’ half guard and gets busy dropping punches. The pace slows as Cummins controls Carlos on the ground, landing sporadic punches and elbows while keeping the jiu-jitsu stylist on his back. Cummins briefly considers an arm-triangle before passing to full mount and throwing hammer fists to Carlos’ face. Carlos bucks him out of mount with 90 seconds remaining and puts Cummins back in guard. Carlos controls Cummins’ wrists and, with 40 seconds to go, powers back to his feet, where he suplexes Cummins to the ground. Carlos attaches himself to Cummins’ back and spends the final 20 seconds hunting for a rear-naked choke, but Cummins defends to the final horn and should be on his way to a decision win.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Cummins (30-27 Cummins)
TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cummins (30-27 Cummins)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cummins (30-27 Cummins)

The Official Result

Patrick Cummins def. Antonio Carlos Jr. via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Renan Barao vs. Mitch Gagnon

Round 1

The bantamweights trade low kicks as they strike from range in the opening minute, then Gagnon looks to tie up and Barao pushes him away. Gagnon throws a speedy combination, catching Barao with a left hook on the end, but Barao comes right back with a knee to the body and a hard overhand right that lumps up Gagnon’s left eye. Barao clearly has the bigger power in his hands as the fighters trade flush shots midway through the round. Gagnon lands a jab and a left hook shortly after an accidental clash of heads. Gagnon is finding his mark with punches, backing up Barao with busy punches. Barao sends Gagnon to the ground with a left hook and then tries to jump on the fallen Canadian’s back near the fence. Gagnon works back to his feet and turns around, still held against the fence. He reverses the position and drops for a double-leg on the former champ, who defends the takedown and finishes the round holding Gagnon against the cage.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 2

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Barao's finish was beautiful.
Gagnon quickly moves to clinch and puts Barao’s back against the cage with an underhook. After 30 seconds of uneventful clinching, referee Mario Yamasaki separates the fighters. They soon tie up again, this time with Barao on the outside, and they split midway through the round. Gagnon sticks a jab, takes a hard counter left hook in return. Barao pushes Gagnon to the fence and has to defend a guillotine, allowing Gagnon to take outside position and go back to working for a takedown. Yamasaki breaks the fighters up with 90 seconds to go, and Gagnon starts landing left hooks to Barao’s body and head. Barao catches Gagnon with a knee to the body as the Canadian closes the distance to shoot yet another double on the fence.

Sherdog Scores

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

Round 3

Gagnon initiates another clinch and gets reversed by Barao, who doesn’t do much with the position before releasing. Back to the center, Barao backs up his man with a couple jabs, and now Gagnon wraps his arms around Barao and hugs him on the fence. Referee Yamasaki warns Gagnon not to grab the cage, so Gagnon drops levels and tries to find the takedown from his knees. Back up comes Gagnon, now trying a single-leg, but again Barao defends. Yamasaki calls for a restart with 2:25 on the clock. Barao wraps up Gagnon and trips him to the ground at the base of the fence, but Gagnon posts and gets back on his feet seconds later. Barao lands a couple hard knees to the body as Gagnon turns him around, and Gagnon responds with a level elbow and a knee to the gut as they separate. Barao gets anothet takedown with 90 seconds remaining and passes straight to full mount. The Nova Uniao fighter frames up an arm triangle, hops off to his opponent’s left side and gets Gagnon to tap out in seconds.

The Official Result

Renan Barao def. Mitch Gagnon via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) R3 3:53

Lyoto Machida vs. C.B. Dollaway

Round 1

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Machida rocked Dollaway's world.
Machida is on his back foot immediately, circling in his wide southpaw stance while Dollaway hops forward, probing with his left hand outstretched. “The Dragon” lands a couple leg kicks before unleashing a cracking kick to the right side of Dollaway’s ribcage. Dollaway covers up and backs away to the fence, guarding his injured ribs. Machida smells blood and swarms with punches as Dollaway collapses to the mat and goes fetal, and referee Jerin Valel steps in to rescue “The Doberman” from any further damage.

The Official Result

Lyoto Machida def. C.B. Dollaway via TKO (Kick to the Body and Punches) R1 1:02

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