UFC Fight Night Results: ‘Te Huna vs. Marquardt’ Play-by-Play & Updates

By Jordan Breen Jun 28, 2014

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Gian Villante vs. Sean O'Connell

Round 1

Villante sticks his jab out on the approaching O'Connell, who is trying to quickly duck under Villante's strikes and clinch up. O'Connell probes the distance with left hooks and low kicks. The Jeremy Horn-trained fighter is crafty and walks VIllante back to the fence with some stern punches, then lands a hard right uppercut and left hook that tag Villante. Good punches in both directions here. Villante eats it, and responds with a clean left hook of this own. Villante cracks O'Connell with a head kick as he continues his advance. Push kick by Villante. O'Connell drives him into the fence, controls his wrist and drives him with knees to the body. They separate and Villante looks for the front kick. O'Connell sloughs forward, throwing slow punches and looking for a body lock, but can't get the takedown before the round expires.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Villante
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Villante
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 O'Connell

Round 2

O'Connell keeps stalking and cracks Villante with a left hook that drops him. O'Connell dives on him, trying to get his back, but Villante scrambles back up. Villante has his wits, but is tired and trying to punch back along the fence as O'Connell keeps trying to parry his punches and swing through. O'Connell gets his man back into the cage again and digs to the body with over-unders. They separate again and both men are visibly tired. O'Connell keeps chugging forward, switch-step kicking to the body then driving back into Villante. Villante keeps kicking and kneeing to the body but is too tired to get free from O'Connell's pressure against the fence. Villante gets free, sticks his jab out and then lands another hard right uppercut. Left kick to the body scores for the Serra-Longo fighter. O'Connell is undaunted, walking forward, throwing his own left body kick and jabbing. Two nice digs to the liver by Villante, but O'Connell takes them and knees him in response.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 O'Connell
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 O'Connell
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 O'Connell

Round 3

The third round begins with another O'Connell kick, but this one strays low and hits Villante in the cup, prompting a brief pause in the action. On the restart, Villante is busy with his lead hand, jabbing and hooking. He butters the Salt Lake City fighter into running straight into a right uppercut, then a clean left hook. O'Connell is undaunted, but is eating clean shots from Villante on the counter. Villante front kicks him in the body and lands another clean left-hand counter. The Strikeforce veteran is clearly tired, but landing the sharper counters. O'Connell keeps coming in behind his jab, winging hard punches in pursuit of a late takedown. Villante shoves his head down, thwarts it and uppercuts. Despite the fatigue, Villante is the cage general now, stuffing O'Connell's takedowns and countering well. O'Connell continues chasing with wide shots to set the takedown up as Villante picks him off, defends they takedown then elbows the head. Body kick-head kick combo by Villante cause him to slip right before the horn.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Villante (29-28 Villante)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Villante (29-28 Villante)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Villante (29-28 O'Connell)

The Official Result

Gian Villante def. Sean O'Connell via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Ian Entwistle vs. Daniel Hooker

Round 1

Entwistle charges in with hooks on the taller, rangier Hooker, crowding him and looking for a takedown. Rather than keep pushing for one, the Brit opts for the Shinya Aoki style, getting an overhook and pulling guard. He tries to quickly sweep, but Hooker shuts it down. Entwistle immediately looks for a heel hook, but Hooker rolls him into the fence and tries to break his grip. Entwistle is determined and goes for the other leg, this time going for an inverted heel hook. Hooker is able to sit up with his massive frame, tying up Entwistle's hands, elbowing and punching away while still in the leglock battle. Hooker is really getting active from his seat, lining Entwistle up and cracking him with sharp, stiff left elbows in front of his hometown crowd. The Brit is cut in the front of his hairline and Hooker figuratively smells that blood. The Kiwi opens up with a vicious assault of elbows as Entwistle is still in the leglock race position, but has now gone fetal. Hooker keeps smashing away, letting the blood spill until referee Steve Perceval rescues Entwistle.

The Official Result

Daniel Hooker def. Ian Entwistle via TKO (Elbows) R1 3:34

Neil Magny vs. Rodrigo Goiana de Lima

Round 1

Magny is unusually active early, asserting his jab and taking the center of the cage and quickly changing stances a few times. De Lima is unimpressed with his stance switching and cracks him with a leg kick in response. When he goes back to the well, Magny catches his leg and trips him, but the minute the American tries to jump on top, “Monstro” nearly hits a switch and takes his back. Magny keeps him off and regains his feet while fighting the hands around his waist. De Lima tries to suck Magny away from the cage and get his hooks in, but eventually settles for the body lock takedown. De Lima is after the pass in a hurry, trying to pass from half right into full mount. Magny reclaims guard but “Monstro” goes right back to the same heavy pass and gets it before the halfway mark of the round. Magny shrimps back and tries to replace guard but “Monstro” shows great balance on top. Magny works his right leg between de Lima's legs, but still can't fully escape as de Lima keeps floating on top of him and pounding. De Lima winds up in half guard on the far side, grounding and pounding away. Magny tries to push him away but de Lima moves right back into full mount. Very impressive grappling. Magny tries to roll him off, but rolls right into a triangle. It takes de Lima a moment to tighten it, but Magny helps him by picking him up from the ground and looking to powerbomb him a la Matt Hughes-Carlos Newton 1. De Lima takes the slam and waits out the round, fiddling with his triangle attempt.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 de Lima
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 de Lima
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 de Lima

Round 2

Magny works behind his jab again to start round two, popping de Lima a few times before tagging him with a surprise, lead left cross. The Brazilian tries to responds and eats four clean jabs. The American is much more composed in the second frame, freely flicking his jab and landing clean to follow up. His lands another hard jab and stuns “Monstro” with a right cross. The Brazilian wobbles back and eats more jabs and power punches behind it. Magny keeps pressuring behind his jab, following up with more clean shots. Two more right crosses blast the Brazilian and drop him. Magny is in there with hammerfists, but referee John Sharp is in there just as quick to halt the bout.

The Official Result

Neil Magny def. Rodrigo Goiana de Lima via TKO (Punches) R2 2:32

Chris Indich vs. Vik Grujic

Round 1

The welterweight contest starts with tentative pawing. Indich lobs a few weak low kicks while Grujic reaches with jabs and overhands. A minute in, Indich runs his man into the cage and lands a few tight punches inside before breaking away. Indich tries with a pair of spinning back kicks to no avail. Grujic's left eye is cut on the outside. He shoots for a takedown, pushing Indich into the fence and trying to drag him down with a single. Indich defends, but “The Spartan” scrambles and slams him to the mat. Grujic takes his back, sitting down along the fence and re-sinking both hooks. He looks for the rear-naked choke but Indich spins out and slides up the fence. As Indich gets up, Grujic swarms him with four short, left hands. Indich freezes up. “The Spartan” lets go with both hands, bashing him with alternating left hooks and right crosses. A left hook finally drops Indich to all fours and before Grujic can follow up, referee Peter Hickmont calls the fight.

The Official Result

Vik Grujic def. Chris Indich via TKO (Punches) R1 4:55

Richie Vaculik vs. Roldan Sangcha'an

Round 1

Sangcha'an opens with low kicks that have Vaculik thinking takedown. Vas grabs a quick headlock but Sangcha'an ends up tackling him to the mat with a double. Vaculik pops backs up and slams Sangcha'an down now, looking to take his back momentarily before Sangcha'an spins out. He looks for a guillotine in the scramble but just ends up giving “Vas” top position. Vaculik hangs out and pounds for a second before Sangcha'an hits a clean hip bump sweep right into full mount. Vaculik gives up his back but quickly escapes, only to take Sangcha'an's back in the ensuing scramble. The Australian locks on a rear-naked choke but Sangcha'an keeps bowing his back, walking away from him and fighting the hands. Vaculik tries to switch grips but can't lock it up on the less-experienced Sangcha'an.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Vaculik
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Vaculik
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Vaculik

Round 2

Sangcha'an cracks Vaculik with a good head kick right off the bat, but Vaculik shoots, takes him down and grinds him up against the fence. Vaculik stays just busy enough on top to stay on top for most of the first three minutes, but referee John Sharp stands them up as the action creeps to a halt. Sangcha'an gets the crowd back into it briefly with a side thrust kick, then stuffs a “Vas” takedown. Sangcha'an working better from range now but can't land any hard counters. Vaculik rushes him late, getting to a waistlock and slamming “The Executioner” to the mat.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-10
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Sangcha'an
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Vaculik

Round 3

Sangcha'an stays on the outside, firing low kicks and trying to slow Vaculik's forward advances. The Filipino fighter is doing a better job circling off the cage in the final round as Vaculik tries to corner him and run him back to the cage. He's not tagging Vaculik clean, but just touching him on the end of his strikes. Clean jab for Sangcha'an prompts a pair of takedown attempts from “Vas,” which are stuffed, but the Aussie clocks Sangcha'an with a pair of hooks on the break. A right cross sneaks through Vaculik's guard. Clean right lands for Vaculik amidst a Sangcha'an combo, then an overhand right connects shortly after. Sangcha'an shows a strong chin and eats the shots. Vaculik ducks under a Sangcha'an cross and tries for a single, then tries to elevate him with a high-crotch, but can do neither. An inside leg kick from Sangcha'an lands. Vaculik presses n hopes of landing a fight-defining shot in the final 10 seconds but comes up short.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Vaculik (30-28 Vaculik)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Sangcha'an (29-28 Sangcha'an)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Sangcha'an (29-28 Vaculik)

The Official Result

Richie Vaculik def. Roland Sangcha'an via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Jake Matthews vs. Dashon Johnson

Round 1

Johnson ducks under Matthews' first swiping hook and they clinch. Matthews muscles his way to double underhooks Johnson gets one underhook of his own, but the massive Matthews is sticking him to the fence with brawn. Johnson looks for a guillotine and ends up on his back, but it's not tight. “The Celtic Kid” powers through it and opens up with ground-and-pound from full guard. Hard elbows from Matthews, who has slashed Johnson's forehead open. Johnson smashes through Johnson's guard with his pounding, passing under the legs and going to north-south with 90 seconds to fight. Johnson is getting pounded on. His makes it to his knees in the turtle position, but's all Matthews, who smashes away with right hands to the side of his head.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Matthews
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-8 Matthews
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Matthews

Round 2

The 19-year-old Aussie pressures Johnson, who circles away and tries to found a counter. As Matthews shoots, Johnson rips him with a right uppercut, but Matthews gets to his leg and ties him up, despite the power shot. Matthews keeps driving for the takedown, so Johnson looks to punish him. However, Johnson's elbows end up being 12-6 elbows to the back of the head, prompting referee Peter Hickmont to instantly pause the action and deduct a point from Johnson. On the restart, Matthews bulls him back into the fence, but as he closes in on a body lock takedown, Johnson grabs the fence to stay upright. Matthews keeps pushing for a single-leg, but Johnson reaches through his legs and nearly hits a powerful switch. Johnson holds onto an overhook against the fence to stop the takedown, but Matthews keeps trying to put the imprint of the chain link on his back. Matthews drops for a double and finally gets Johnson on his back with 20 seconds. He moves to side as Johnson simply holds on until the horn sounds.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Matthews
Mike Fridley scores the round 9-9
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-8 Matthews

Round 3

Johnson lands a left check hook and just barely misses a deadly right hand behind it. He backs himself back up to the fence again but once more, lands a right uppercut on an advancing Matthews. Johnson winds up on another massive uppercut from the floor, but Matthews clinches and grabs him. “The Celtic Kid” grabs a headlock, then rolls into a corner reversal throw, landing right in full mount with a guillotine. He goes to work immediately with heavy leather and big elbows. Johnson absorbs some serious punishment, rolling to both sides before finally exposing his back. Matthews threatens for a moment, but Johnson turns back into his foe and winds up in full guard. Unfortunately for him, the teenage Aussie already has a triangle choke framed up and Johnson drives head first into it. Johnson freezes up and is forced to tap.

The Official Result

Jake Matthews def. Dashon Johnson via Submission (Triangle Choke) R3 3:16

Robert Whittaker vs. Mike Rhodes

Round 1

Whittaker comes out with a bevy of low kicks, uncharacteristic of his style. Rhodes works his jab while Whittaker kicks to the legs, body and surprises with his jab after the kicks. Whittaker throws another low kick and Rhodes nearly times him for a massive overhand right. Both men popping jabs now, but not locating the other man until Whittaker connects with an overhand right that snaps Rhodes' head back. Outside low kicks from both men land, then Rhodes glances with a spinning back kick.Whittaker steps through another kick with a counter hook and wobbles “Biggie.” The New Zealand-born Aussie reaches with a right that lands, prompting Rhodes to run him across the cage and into the fence. Whittaker turns off the fence, frees himself and re-establishes the jab before looking for a front kick to the face. Rhodes shows more kicks, but none of them land before the round expires.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Whittaker

Round 2

Rhodes uses his kicks to keep Whittaker outside before dropping for a takedown that briefly puts Whittaker on the canvas, but he can't hold him down. Whittaker retakes his feet and the pair resume their distance battle, with a tight mix of kicks and jabs. Whittaker winds up on a right-hand windmill that misses, but moments later he touches Rhodes with one. Rhodes circling now and he pops Whittaker with his lead hand a few times while the TUF champ keeps swinging. Whittaker feinting heavily now, taking away some of Rhodes' kicking offense and freezing him. Whittaker jumps in with a left hook that lands, but tries the same tactic just seconds later and misses. Whittaker jabs but “Biggie” bops him with an off-balance right. Jab-cross lands for Whittaker, then he baits Rhodes into walking straight into an uppercut. Overhand right for Whittaker lands behind the ear, but without much mustard. The Roufusport fighter winds up on a few counters but he can't land on the forward-pressing “Reaper.”

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Whittaker
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Whittaker

Round 3

Jabbing and head movement for Whittaker remain at the forefront, but Rhodes uses his own jab to move his target right into a head kick. Rhodes is starting to press the issue more now, perhaps sensing he is behind. The Roufusport fighter begins to touch Whittaker with his kicks, then lands a right cross-left hook. Just when Rhodes gains some steam, Whittaker reintroduces his jab, then lands a salvo of standing elbows to set up a clean takedown in the middle of the Octagon halfway through the final round. Whittaker mashes away from half guard, bloodying the nose of Rhodes, who tries to use a deep-ish half guard to sweep. Whittaker controls him with a headlock, then goes right back to elbowing. More left elbows and forearms land for Whittaker as Rhodes tries for the sweep. Referee Steve Perceval pointlessly stands them up with 10 seconds to go and Rhodes can't land a fight-saving shot before time expires.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Whittaker (30-27 Whittaker)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Whittaker (30-27 Whittaker)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Whittaker (30-27 Whittaker)

The Official Result

Robert Whittaker def. Mike Rhodes via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Hatsu Hioki vs. Charles Oliveira

Round 1

The rangy featherweights trade crosses quickly, until “do Bronx” changes levels and shoots in. He gets Hioki down, but the Japanese fighter pops right back up, then jumps in the air for a flying triangle .He actually gets into the position, but it's loose, so he drops back to his feet. Inspired by the attempt, Oliveira tries to jump a guillotine from the clinch, but Hioki frees himself and forces Oliveira back to the clinch. Hioki tries to muscle him down with double underhooks, but Oliveira hip throws him. Hioki creeps through, then manages to take Oliveira's back off of a takedown attempt. Awesome technical grappling display through 90 seconds. Oliveira shakes Hioki off and gets back to his feet, where they resume working in the clinch. Hioki gets a trip takedown with over-unders, but Oliveira moves to butterfly guard and tries to sweep. Hioki breaks his grip and passes to half guard briefly before Oliveira replaces guard. Oliveira gets double wrist control and lets Hioki sit up, throwing hammerfists back at him before kicking away and standing up. Hioki gets right back into the clinch and tries to exploit the over-under position again. He sticks Oliveira into the fence and tags him with rights. Oliveira frees himself, changes levels and gets Hioki down with a single. Hioki tries to roll into a takedown, but Oliveira threatnes with a brabo choke. Hioki escapes and briefly looks for a leglock. They get back to the feet and Oliveira lands a knee to the body on the way up. Superb round of technical MMA.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Hioki
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Hioki
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Hioki

Round 2

Oliveira engages Hioki with front kicks, but the former Shooto world champ wants to throw hands. Hioki lets off rights and lefts, a few rights slipping through and forcing Oliveira to pursue another takedown. Once more, he gets it, but Hioki gets up right into the clinch, then takes him down from the body lock. Oliveira trying to sweep from the butterfly guard, but he gets stuck in Hioki's long legs. He briefly considers a leglock attempt, which just makes Hioki smile before escaping to his feet. As they jump up, Hioki tries to push Oliveira away and pokes him in the left eye. Referee John Sharp calls for the doctor to come in and examine the eye. Oliveira takes his time working through the foul, but eventually retakes his feet and the fight is resumed. When it is, it's more long, wild punches. Oliveira steps through Hioki's shots, landing a hard elbow inside, then going for a swinging body lock takedown. Hioki shows great balance and winds up on top, again trying to pass guard. Hioki winds up in the full guard of “do Bronx”, so he hammerfists and punches. Oliveira shows a leglock for a moment, forcing Hioki to scramble and re-establish his position on top. Oliveira's hips are constant off of his back, as he uses a triangle choke threat to freeze Hioki, then kicks him away. Hioki dives right back on him, passing through an Oliveira guillotine attempt to the farside by the fence. Hioki is a bit impeded by the fence, making it hard to pass to full mount, but somehow, he does it. Oliveira shows his back and Hioki sinks his hooks in. Hioki fishes for the choke, but Oliveira shakes him. Hioki scrambles for an over-the-top armbar, but Oliveira escapes. Hioki tries to roll into a takedown, but Oliveira locks up a figure-four anaconda grip. Rather than rolling for a tradition anaconda choke, he jumps guard, sinking his legs over Hioki's arms and completely trapping him. Hioki, never tapped in his MMA career, is forced to concede. Incredible submission by Charles Oliveira, and possibly the year's finest to date.

The Official Result

Charles Oliveira def. Hatsu Hioki via Submission (Anaconda Choke) R2 4:32

Soa Palelei vs. Jared Rosholt

Round 1

Palelei patiently waits for Rosholt to engage, then surprises with a double-leg attempt of his own. He dumps Rosholt, who gets back up, but Palelei elevates him with a high-crotch and throws him. Rosholt gets back to his feet, showing some nimble takedown defense. Rosholt gets in on a single now and is trying to hit a high-crotch of his own, but Palelei defends. He rips by Palelei to try to take a rear waistlock. Palelei defends ably, forcing them back into the clinch. Rosholt loads up on a right that cracks Palelei, so Palelei shoots. Rosholt sprawls, then mauls him to the mat into side control. In the process, he basically locks up an arm-triangle, but can't squeeze it before Palelei spins out. Palelei gets to his knees and Rosholt knees him to the body while face cranking him. Rosholt now rides the turtled Palelei with a waistlock, kneeing him to the ribs and making Palelei carry his weight. “The Hulk” just can't get back to his feet with the former Oklahoma State Cowboy wrestler dragging on him, punching away. With 10 seconds to go, Palelei forces his way to top and tries to go wild with punches before the round ends.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Rosholt
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Rosholt
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Rosholt

Round 2

Palelei sticking his jab out, trying to line Rosholt up for a big right. He misses with a big right, but then tags him with a follow-up. Rosholt is undeterred after eating the shot, trudging forward with a big right of his own. He moves Palelei back to the fence, forcing him to cover. Rosholt lands a hard uppercut, then bangs to the body and Palelei shoots in desperately. Rosholt defends and drags him back into the clinch. “The Big Show” forces Palelei's head down and drills him with a knee. Rosholt keeps wrist control on Palelei, moving him around, landing short punches and periodically ramming a knee into his head. Rosholt separates and misses a right hook, but Palelei's tired takedown attempt afterward lets Rosholt sprawl and keep punishing him. Rosholt steps out of a single attempt from Palelei and they're back at distance with a minute to fight. Palelei walks Rosholt down, but is exhausted. The first punch he throws is labored, allowing Rosholt to side step it, clinch him and resume pounding him against the fence.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Rosholt
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Rosholt
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Rosholt

Round 3

Rosholt waits, fires an overhand right, then tackles Palelei off of the punch. Palelei gets to his knees, but he's stuck in the turtle once again, getting pounded bythe American. Rosholt finally rolls him over and claims side control. Rosholt tries to step over Palalei's arm into a top crucifix, but Palelei escapes and rolls into a takedown of his own. Rosholt gets his hips down, stuffs it and pounds Palelei some more from the front headlock. Palelei tries to get up and gets pushes right back to his back and into side control. Rosholt pounds briefly before Palelei goes back to the turtle position, where he's hit with more hammerfists and knees to the body. Palelei tries to explode again, and gets thrown right back to the mat. Palelei struggles back to his feet right before the horn, but to no avail.

Sherdog Scores

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Rosholt (30-27 Rosholt)
Mike Fridley scores the round 10-9 Rosholt (30-27 Rosholt)
Brian Knapp scores the round 10-9 Rosholt (30-27 Rosholt)

The Official Result

Jared Rosholt def. Soa Palelei via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

James Te Huna vs. Nate Marquardt

Round 1

Marquardt lands a right hand, then a switch-step head kick, and goes back to those two techniques multiple times in the opening 30 seconds. He's got Te Huna antsy for a takedown and Marquardt drills him with a knee on the way in. Te Huna still gets to his legs, elevates him and tries to slam, but Marquardt manages to bail out and throw him him onto his back. Marquardt opens up with tight elbows in the guard of the New Zealand-born fighter. “Nate the Great” muscles to half guard but misses a massive swinging elbow that allows Te Huna to scrambles back to his feet. Te Huna is cut and bloodied under his left eye, but he's undaunted. He presses Marquardt to the fence and unloads with a right uppercut, then a pair of hooks, and another uppercut. Marquardt ties him up smartly, pummels, then gets a trip takedown into half guard. The BJJ black belt moves right into full mount with just under two minutes to go in the round. Marquardt continues bloodying up Te Huna with elbows. Marquardt bases low, smothering Te Huna and working short rights to the bloodied eye. Te Huna tries the TK scissors to escape, but Marquardt holds mount, so he rolls instead. Te Huna tries to shake Marquardt off, but the former UFC middleweight title challenger goes over the top with an armbar attempt. Te Huna tries to stack briefly but Marquardt pulls his left arm out, extends it and forces the tap, instantly silencing the crowd in the Vector Arena in Auckland.

The Official Result

Nate Marquardt def. James Te Huna via Submission (Armbar) R1 4:34

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