UFC on Fuel TV 4 Results: Live Play-by-Play & Updates

By Sherdog.com Staff Jul 11, 2012



Sherdog.com will report from the H.P. Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., at approximately 5:35 p.m. ET with play-by-play and live results of UFC on Fuel TV 4 “Munoz vs. Weidman”, which is headlined by a middleweight contest between Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman.

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Raphael Assuncao vs. Issei Tamura



Round 1
Referee Jason McCoy is the third man in the cage for this bantamweight bout. Assuncao opens up with some hard outside low kicks as he circles around the Shooto product. Assuncao gets clipped with a right hand in an exchange and comes back grazing with a high kick. The Brazilian stays busy with the low kicks but twice is warned to keep the kicks legal by McCoy. Turning kick from Assuncao connects to the body and he just misses up the middle with a front kick. Assuncao ducks in behind a superman punch and puts Tamura on the fence, can’t hold him there. Tamura coming forward but Assuncao backs him off with a high kick, misses with an overhand right. Tamura’s staying on the outside, not giving much in terms of offense. He takes a kick to the midsection that sends him backpedaling. Assuncao stuffs a takedown attempt and controls Tamura’s head and arms as they hit the floor, but Tamura shakes him off when Assuncao tries to take the back. Assuncao tries a few more kicks before the horn sounds.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Assuncao
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Assuncao
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Assuncao

Round 2
Assuncao gets tangled up after missing a spinning kick and Tamura gets aggressive, rushes forward with punches. Assuncao backs up and answers with a perfect left-hand counter that stumbles the Japanese fighter. Assuncao smells blood and unloads on Tamura, whose legs go wobbly as he backs into the fence. A few more punches put Tamura on his knees and referee McCoy has seen enough. This one is over, a TKO victory for Raphael Assuncao at 25 seconds of round two.

Marcelo Guimares vs. Daniel Stittgen



Round 1
Guimaraes finds the range with leg kicks before rushing in for a double-leg. Good stuff from Stittgen, who puts his back on the fence to defend the takedown attempt. Guimaraes changes to a single-leg, back to a double, then a waistlock and a single again. Stittgen uses Guimaraes’ momentum to put the Brazilian on his back, but Guimaraes keeps rolling and drives on another single-leg on the fence. Stittgen is peppering with punches inside while both men throw ineffective knees low. Guimaraes won’t let go of the single-leg, now with two minutes left in the opening frame. Stittgen works overhooks as he’s pushed along the fence by Guimaraes in a frustrating clinch, eventually causing the American to yell out. Guimaraes is still grinding away with body punches and knees when the horn sounds.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-10
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Guimaraes
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Guimaraes

Round 2
Stittgen flicks out a few body kicks before kicking the rear leg out from beneath Guimaraes, who falls to the ground. The Brazilian pops right back up and resumes the familiar position from last round, pushing Stittgen into the cage. Stittgen breaks loose 90 seconds into the round and zaps Guimaraes with a quick flurry of punches. Stittgen comes forward with a leg kick and Guimaraes charges to push Stittgen into the fence again. Stittgen gets free and sprawls on a shot, then makes Guimaraes pay with a few winging punches and leg kicks. Guimaraes lands a slapping low kick and Stittgen gives him a hard one in return, then a few more. Stittgen turns away another shot but gets bullied into the cage once again. Guimaraes holds him there with minimal action until ref Josh Rosenthal splits them up with 30 seconds left in the round. Stittgen gets the better of the final exchange, landing a few punches and a turning kick to Guimaraes’ side.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Stittgen
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Stittgen
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Stittgen


Round 3
Guimaraes lands an outside leg kick and a long left hand, then keeps coming forward with kicks to the inside and outside of Stittgen’s legs. Stittgen is looking for a big shot, loading up his right hand and waiting to counter while mixing in leg kicks, but Guimaraes isn’t giving him much opportunity. Stittgen is keeping his distance by backing up and flashing kicks to the legs and body, kicks that are looking a bit fresher than Guimaraes’ at this point. They throw hands in the pocket and Stittgen waves Guimaraes on, but instead the kicks resume. Decent left hook from Stittgen and he backs Guimaraes away with another right. Neither man is really pulling the trigger, and with one minute left, Guimaraes rushes Stittgen into the fence. Guimaraes is screaming and grunting, making animal noises as he throws body punches and knees furiously for the last minute. Stittgen can only watch as he’s pinned on the cage until the horn.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Stittgen (30-28 Stittgen)
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Guimaraes (29-28 Guimaraes)
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Stittgen (29-28 Stittgen)

Official result: All three scorecards read 29-28, one in favor of Daniel Stittgen and two for the winner by split decision, Marcelo Guimaraes.

Rafael Natal vs. Andrew Craig



Round 1
The middleweights waste no time before throwing heavy shots on the feet. Natal comes first with a left hand but Craig keeps coming forward, pawing with punches, attacking the legs and body of Natal with kicks. Natal is moving constantly, switching up his stance and dipping inside to attack Craig with punches which have Craig’s left eye showing damage. Natal grins in the southpaw stance as he leans over and taunts Craig to come forward. Craig obliges and lunges forward with a right hand, and Natal keeps countering. The American tries to run him down before the bell, connecting with a solid left hand and a body kick.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Natal
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Natal
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Natal


Round 2
Natal is scoring with punches from the first exchange, and 45 seconds in, he catches Craig with a big left hand. It’s all pressure from Natal, throwing punches as Craig backs into the fence and tries to stay vertical. Craig finally loses his balance as he comes off the cage and falls to his rear, and Natal punishes him with more heavy shots. Somehow, Craig clambers to his feet, survives another barrage of punches and nearly takes Natal’s back. Natal turns around and unloads with more punches that have Craig in deep trouble. Craig hits the ground, this time at the base of the fence, and Natal mounts him and puts Craig’s back on the cage. Natal gives up mount to try a guillotine but Craig has hold of single-leg and uses the position to put Natal’s back on the fence. Craig backs out of Natal’s guard and referee Marcos Rosales orders the Brazilian up. The middleweights jaw at one another as they exchange, drawing a verbal warning from the ref. Craig is still coming forward, swinging haymakers but Natal is picking him off with counters. Craig fakes low and kicks high with his right leg, catching Natal with his hands low and putting the Brazilian down with a shin to the head. He pounces with two piston right hands, but Natal is already out of it and referee Rosales jumps in. Wild knockout for Andrew Craig at 4:52 of the second round.

Chris Cariaso vs. Josh Ferguson



Round 1
Cariaso comes forward at the start, but Ferguson rushes in behind some long punches to clinch him into the fence. Cariaso won’t stay on the fence and turns him around, then snuffs out a single-leg. A sweeping right hand connects for Ferguson and Cariaso replies with a leg kick and a left. Ferguson hits the mat after a follow-up right hand and Cariaso is all over it. Half-guard on Ferguson’s left side for Cariaso, who keeps busy with punches until Ferguson kicks him away. Cariaso ducks a punch and ties up, and Ferguson puts him down with a double-leg on the fence. Ferguson is trying a guillotine with his right arm but Cariaso is doing well to shrimp underneath, and eventually explodes to his feet with 1:45 to go. Cariaso scores with a right hand in the clinch, shoves Ferguson away and clips him with another right. Ferguson misses a right high kick but catches Cariaso with a spinning heel to the face. Cariaso doesn’t go down, instead lunging forward, but Ferguson reverses him into the cage. Cariaso seems to have recovered as he works for an outside trip, reverses to the outside and lands some nice elbows over the top. Takedown goes for Cariaso but there’s less than 30 seconds left and he finishes the round trying to pass half-guard.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Cariaso
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Cariaso
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Cariaso

Round 2
Cariaso continues to find a home for his left hand at the start of the second as he pushes forward on Ferguson and dips inside with quick hands. Ferguson reverses the momentum momentarily with a takedown, but Cariaso limp-legs away and socks Ferguson a few times as he does. The scenario plays out again a minute later, with Cariaso being taken down, but instantly reversing and making Ferguson pay with hard shots. The wide punches of Ferguson are being picked apart by the tighter punches of Cariaso, who sprawls out on a takedown and widens his base against the fence. Cariaso shoves Ferguson away, gets wrapped up again and this time trips Ferguson to the ground with 20 seconds left. Cariaso busts up the already damaged right eye of Ferguson with a dozen hard elbows before the end of the round.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Cariaso
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Cariaso
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Cariaso

Round 3
Ferguson finds himself working off the ground, and then fending off a choke from Cariaso. They scramble back to their feet and Ferguson pushes inside to clinch again. Cariaso reverses him into the cage and sweeps the leg to put Ferguson’s left side flush on the fence. Left hands from Cariaso have Ferguson turning onto his side in order to defend. Cariaso looks for another brabo choke, can’t get it as Ferguson works back up to his knees. Cariaso won’t let him up, punishes him with right hands and then presses Ferguson onto the fence. Ferguson tries a guillotine which Cariaso pops free of and they separate. Ferguson tries to throw Cariaso down, but Cariaso stuffs it and works to take Ferguson’s back. Ferguson reverses the position and leaps on Cariaso’s back standing. Ferguson has a minute to work for the rear-naked choke as Cariaso fends it off by controlling Ferguson’s wrists. Ferguson keeps trying but falls off Cariaso’s back just before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)

Official result: All three judges score the bout 30-27 for the winner by unanimous decision, Chris Cariaso.

Damacio Page vs. Alex Caceres



Round 1
Page starts quickly, chasing down Caceres with a head kick which misses as “Bruce Leeroy” wheels away. Caceres lands a few low kicks before being wrapped up and tripped to the ground, where Page lands body shots and works to pass Caceres’ open guard. Page stands, can’t shuck the legs and dives back down anyway with punches for Caceres’ body and head. Caceres creeps his leg up and Page stands again, dives down and Caceres closes up guard. Caceres grabs hold of Page’s left arm and swings his legs up again, but Page senses it and breaks the posture. Hard punches from Page on top as the round hits the midway mark. Page stays active but Caceres does too and eventually catches Page with a triangle. The choke is high, so Page stays alive even as Caceres rolls into mount. When Caceres peels off for an armbar, he loses the position, and Page gets back on top. Caceres slaps on another triangle just as the round ends.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Caceres
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Page
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Caceres

Round 2
Caceres catches his man with a kick to the body and left hand, but Page keeps coming forward, wraps up and slams Caceres to the ground in the middle of the cage. Page tries to unload with some ground-and-pound from Caceres’ open guard, but leaves himself wide open for Caceres to loop his leg around the neck. Caceres cinches up another triangle choke and pulls down on Page’s head, and this time there’s no escaping. Page taps out at 1:27 of round two, giving Alex Caceres the submission win.

Rafael dos Anjos vs. Anthony Njokuani



Round 1
Dos Anjos flicks out a front kick and takes one to the body from Njokuani before returning fire with a nasty low kick. The Brazilian stuns Njokuani with a left hand on the fence and then drags him down with a waistlock. Njokuani uses the fence to work back to his feet and the lightweights resume trading leg kicks. The kicks of dos Anjos are looking the harder as he chases down Njokuani and mugs him against the fence with punches. Njokuani isn’t throwing much and can’t find the range; when he does throw, his rangy strikes are getting countered by the smaller man. Dos Anjos closes the gap and knees inside as he pushes Njokuani on the fence, and they close out the round on the feet.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos

Round 2
The lightweights trade leg kicks between punching exchanges, Njokuani now pumping his jab while working angles on the outside. Dos Anjos decides to bring the fight to the floor and drags Njokuani down to the mat easily, but keeping him there isn’t as simple. Njokuani stands back up, gets tossed down and dos Anjos tries unsuccessfully to take the back. Another slam with about 2:00 left lands Njokuani a little closer to the center of the Octagon. Again, Njokuani gets up, this time with dos Anjos glued to his back. Dos Anjos botches a suplex and almost loses control, but he gets Njokuani on the floor again with the next effort. Dos Anjos has a loose guillotine from mount with 20 seconds remaining. Njokuani turns onto his side and gets free before the end of the round.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos

Round 3
Njokuani is the aggressor at the start of the last frame, walking the backpedaling dos Anjos around the fence while throwing long punches and teep kicks. Dos Anjos connects with a couple hard lefts, but it’s Njokuani beginning to find a place for his right hand. A nice jab from Njokuani is countered by a dos Anjos combo, and the Brazilian puts Njokuani on the fence again soon after. A wide sprawl from Njokuani keeps him on his feet, while dos Anjos stays on the single-leg and lifts him into the air. Great balance from Njokuani keeps him on his feet, but he only manages a few punches before dos Anjos wraps him up and slams him again. Dos Anjos works from Njokuani’s right to left, leaning across in half-guard and framing up Njokuani’s left arm. He lets the arm go and drives his elbow into Njokuani’s face. Thirty seconds left and Njokuani regains full guard just as the ground-and-pound from dos Anjos gets heavier. Back to his feet goes Njokuani, just in time to hear the final horn.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos (30-27 dos Anjos)
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos (30-27 dos Anjos)
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 dos Anjos (30-27 dos Anjos)

Official result: The judges have it 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28, all for the winner by unanimous decision, Rafael dos Anjos.

T.J. Dillashaw vs. Vaughan Lee



Round 1
Dillashaw rushes Lee into the fence with punches but Lee backs him off with a swiping right hand. Good uppercuts land inside for Lee and Dillashaw nearly falls on a missed high kick. Dillashaw ducks underneath a high kick from Lee and dumps him to the ground, then stays glued to the Englishman’s back as they stand up. Another takedown from Dillashaw and this time he leaps on the back with both hooks in. Lee puts Dillashaw’s back on the fence and tries to scrape him off, but Dillashaw is locked in place. Dillashaw works for a rear-naked choke. He can’t get it underneath the chin and instead squeezes a neck crank; it’s tight enough to make Lee tap out at the 2:33 mark.

Karlos Vemola vs. Francis Carmont



Round 1
Vemola goes right after a leg and takes about 40 seconds to put Carmont on his back in the middle of the cage. Carmont keeps Vemola in his half-guard until he can turn over and get back to his feet, but Vemola catches him in a guillotine on the way up. Carmont puts Vemola’s back on a cage post and then drags him to the ground, Vemola holding onto what is now a loose headlock the whole time. Carmont gives a thumbs-up, then pops his head out and tries to sit up in Vemola’s guard. Vemola kicks off the cage to turn over while Carmont stays heavy in side control. Carmont steps into mount and cranks what looks like a tight keylock on Vemola’s left arm. Vemola squirms underneath and rolls with the hold to eventually squeak his arm loose. Vemola gets to a knee, is briefly trapped in a headlock and escapes. Once they’re back up, Carmont goes for another takedown but leaves his neck exposed for another guillotine on the way down. Vemola cranks the choke from full guard but loses his grip with 30 seconds left in the round and Carmont finishes on top.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Carmont
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-10
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Carmont

Round 2
Vemola walks straight into a front kick but keeps moving forward and shoves Carmont into the fence. Carmont denies the takedown this time and tries a guillotine of his own; as he pulls guard to crank the choke, Vemola goes over the top and winds up in side control. They stand back up and while Vemola is looking for a single-leg, Carmont seizes control of his right arm and leg, rolling Vemola straight into a crucifix. From there, Carmont locks up a rear-naked choke that has Vemola tapping in short order. Ref Josh Rosenthal waves off the bout at 1:39 of round two.

Aaron Simpson vs. Kenny Robertson



Round 1
Simpson steps in with a right-handed uppercut and Robertson answers by thumping him with a left hook. Robertson gets over-unders, shoves Simpson into the fence and gets reversed. The welterweights separate and get into a firefight, with Robertson getting the better of the exchange in the pocket with a left hand and a knee up the middle. Simpson lands, too, and now Robertson is cut on the right side of his face along the hairline. Simpson scores a takedown but Robertson gets up quickly and clips Simpson with a left hand that has the Arizonan wrestler bleeding now. Simpson takes underhooks, puts the action on the fence and throws knees to the thighs. Robertson gets some space, ducks a punch and slugs back, but Simpson ties him up again. Robertson reverses with a headlock and changes levels for a single-leg with 1:15 left. Double-leg and a knee up the middle now, but Simpson gets an underhook and reverses to throw more knees to the thigh. Takedown for Simpson lands him in back control. He can’t get his hooks in, landing a couple right hands before Robertson stands back up. Robertson lands a couple no-look elbows before being taken down again, and he has to dodge a guillotine before the round ends.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Simpson
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Simpson
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Simpson

Round 2
Simpson quickly closes the gap and latches onto a rear waistlock, avoiding a kimura from Robertson as he works to keep control. Robertson gets back to his feet for a second, whiffs on a spinning back-fist and is taken down again. Back control for Simpson as he softens Robertson up with punches and tries to secure the position. Robertson gets hold of a single-leg and gets to his feet by driving forward, but he immediately throws another spinning shot and gets taken down. They wind up in an awkward position with Simpson sitting atop Robertson in reverse while Robertson tries for a toe hold. Simpson spins around and goes back to thumping Robertson with hard right hands to the end of the round.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Simpson
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Simpson
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Simpson

Round 3
Simpson starts in the center of the cage, pumping his left hand to Robertson’s face and midsection. He grabs the Thai plum, can’t score anything and switches to clinching on the fence. Robertson grabs for Simpson’s left arm again as he’s pushed into the cage. Simpson muscles Robertson to the floor, onto his knees, and Simpson works from the side. Simpson locks up leg scissors on top but Robertson uses his hands to pry himself out. Another takedown for Simpson with 2:00 to go all but seals this one, as Robertson looks spent on the bottom. Simpson stays on top, grinding away with elbows and punches before sitting up and briefly framing up a kimura. Robertson takes his arm back, so Simpson just keeps the punches coming to the end.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Simpson (30-27 Simpson)
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Simpson (30-27 Simpson)
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Simpson (30-27 Simpson)

Official result: The scorecards read 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Aaron Simpson.

James Te Huna vs. Joey Beltran



Round 1
Beltran circles, trying to paw with punches, but Te Huna puts a right hand over the top as he changes levels. Te Huna misses with an uppercut, gets countered with a right hand from Beltran, but continues to walk down the “Mexicutioner.” Quick right hand from Te Huna and he shoves Beltran away. Another right lands for Te Huna, then another and another. Te Huna has barely had to unleash his left because the right is scoring at will. Beltran finally slows the assault with a body kick but Te Huna keeps coming forward. Te Huna lights up Beltran with a four-punch combo, including a couple big uppercuts. Beltran stays on his feet and keeps throwing punch after punch, but he’s just getting mauled by Te Huna’s right hand. Ninety seconds left and Beltran wraps up Te Huna on the fence. Beltran can’t finish the takedown and eats a big right hand and a left hook which drops him. Te Huna tries to pound him out with 25 seconds left, stepping into full mount, but Beltran escapes out the back door and stands up. Te Huna has him trapped against the fence and keeps bashing away, nearing polishing Beltran off before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-8 Te Huna
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-8 Te Huna
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-8 Te Huna

Round 2
Te Huna takes control of center cage again and presses out on Beltran, who seems to have recovered but isn’t offering much more than he did in the opening frame. The punches keep coming from Te Huna, particularly brutish right hands to the temple and body. Beltran snipes back with a couple jabs but is taken down by Te Huna with about 3:00 left in the round. Beltran elbows from underneath while Te Huna works to advance past the Mexicutioner’s open guard. Referee Jason McCoy doesn’t think there’s enough going on and stands them up with two minutes to go. Beltran steps away from a single-leg attempt by Te Huna, lands a leg kick and one to the body. Te Huna puts a right hand on the body and left hook on Beltran’s cheek. In the final second of the round, Beltran connects with a left hand that buckles Te Huna’s legs, but it’s too late.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Te Huna
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Te Huna
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Te Huna

Round 3
Te Huna catches Beltran spinning on a kick and socks him with a hard right hook, then a grazing uppercut. Beltran goes for a single-leg on the fence, lets it go and pops Te Huna with a couple elbows. He shuts down a single-leg from Te Huna and strings together a nice combination, but the next takedown try from Te Huna is successful. Beltran gets up only to be slung back down by Te Huna, who grinds on the fence and goes for another takedown on the bloodied Beltran. This one is rebuffed and Te Huna instead opts to throw leg kicks, which leaves him open to a Beltran takedown. Te Huna puts his back on the fence and stands. Elbow inside from Beltran is answered with a left hand from Te Huna, and the 205-pounders are still slinging leather when the fight ends.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Te Huna (30-26 Te Huna)
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Te Huna (30-26 Te Huna)
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Te Huna (30-26 Te Huna)

Official result: The judges see it 30-26, 30-27 and 30-27, all for the winner by unanimous decision, James Te Huna.

Mark Munoz vs. Chris Weidman



Round 1
Referee Josh Rosenthal is in charge of tonight’s middleweight main event, with judges Steve Morrow, Dan Stell and Susan Thomas-Gitlan scoring at cageside. Weidman takes the center of the cage and misses with a front kick, then slaps with one high and finishes a quick takedown just 40 seconds in. Weidman lands in side control on Munoz’s right side while the “Filipino Wrecking Machine” tries to turn over. Munoz scrambles up but gets caught in a front headlock and eats a big knee before dropping back down. Weidman seems to be thinking choke but Munoz pops his head loose. It’s north-south position for Weidman now and he drops a couple hard elbows on Munoz’s face. Weidman keeps busy on top with punches and grabs for a guillotine when Munoz leaves his neck out for a moment. Topside guillotine for Weidman now with a minute remaining and Munoz slips his head loose. Munoz scrambles to his feet but Weidman catches up to him instantly and takes back control standing, finishing the round with right hands and knees to Munoz’s thigh.

Jordan Breen scores this round 10-9 Weidman
Tristen Critchfield scores this round 10-9 Weidman
Chris Nelson scores this round 10-9 Weidman

Round 2
Another instant takedown from Weidman lands him in side control on Munoz’s right. Weidman frames up a brabo choke and Munoz explodes to his feet. Weidman catches Munoz coming inside with a beautiful standing elbow and Munoz hits the deck. Weidman follows him down and brutalizes Munoz with a further 15 or 20 right hands until referee Josh Rosenthal finally waves it off. Chris Weidman moves to 5-0 in the UFC with a nasty knockout win at 1:37 of round two.

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