UFC Fight Night Results: ‘Brown vs. Silva’ Play-by-Play & Updates

May 10, 2014


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Anthony Lapsley vs. Albert Tumenov

Round 1

The welterweights spend their first minute feeling out the striking range, and it’s Tumenov who lands first with a left hook that knocks Lapsley to the ground. “The Recipe” pops back up, and now Tumenov has some confidence, stalking the southpaw Lapsley near the fence. Lapsley shoots a long double-leg, gets stuffed and shoved away. Lapsley is fighting with his back to the cage now, and he eats another hard left hook on the cheek. Lapsley finally steps off the cage and walks into a sizzling left hand. Tumenov is poised to deliver more punishment, but referee Keith Peterson has seen enough.

The Official Result

Albert Tumenov def. Anthony Lapsley via KO (Punch) R1 3:56

Justin Salas vs. Ben Wall

Round 1

Salas shoots low and the lightweight scramble for position until they wind up against the cage. Salas backs out, then shoots again and finally drags Wall down to his knees. Wall sits up against the fence and takes a knee to the body, and Salas delivers another as the Australian stands. Wall stuffs the next takedown attempt and barely blocks a head kick. Another clinch from Salas goes nowhere, and now Wall catches him with an uppercut in the pocket. Salas clips Wall with a right hand out of the Thai plum and follows up with a straight left that sends the “Manimal” to the canvas. Salas follows up with some thunderous right hands on the ground and leaves Wall in a daze, trying to grapple with referee Gary Copeland.

The Official Result

Justin Salas def. Ben Wall via KO (Punches) R1 2:21

Nik Lentz vs. Manny Gamburyan

Round 1

Lentz sticks his left hand in Gamburyan’s face with a couple jabs and then goes to the body with a knee. Both men duck under punches, and Lentz comes up shooting for a takedown against the fence. Gamburyan defends but absorbs a couple more knees to the gut. Lentz keeps finding success with knees but strays low with a punch to the thigh. Gamburyan takes a moment to recover and gets back to work with a nice right hand counter. Another double-leg from Lentz puts Gamburyan back on the fence, and “The Carny” switches to a body lock to pull the Armenian to the mat. Gamburyan gets back up and hits Lentz with punches to the sides of the head while he shoots for another takedown. Lentz gets Gamburyan back to his knees before the horn.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Lentz
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Lentz
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Lentz

Round 2

Lentz starts the second round on the outside, but referee Herb Dean pauses the fight to remove some excess tape from Gamburyan’s glove. When they resume, Gamburyan lands an overhand right that draws a smile from Lentz, and then another which takes the smile away. Lentz seems to have recovered as he pops Gamburyan with a right hand, but Gamburyan forces him to the ground after a botched guillotine. Lentz powers back to his feet and pushes Gamburyan against the fence. Gamburyan cracks Lentz with a couple elbows to the side of the head before being taken down. Now it’s Lentz landing left hands as Gamburyan kneels against the fence. Gamburyan seems to be complaining of knees on the ground, but Lentz is firing them right at Gamburyan’s chest. Back up comes Gamburyan, still held against the cage by Lent, who is constantly kneeing “The Anvil” in the clinch. Lentz lands one more knee to the head in the last seconds, and Gamburyan heads back to his corner with a sizeable mouse beneath his left eye.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Lentz
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Lentz
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Lentz

Round 3

Lentz gets into range with some heavy punches but takes a couple uppercuts in return as he moves in to push Gamburyan against the cage. Gamburyan comes over the top, selling out for an armbar attempt, but Lentz kneels and frees his arm, leaving Gamburyan at the base of the fence. Gamburyan drives forward to put Lentz on his back, and Lentz gives up a loose guillotine in favor of butterfly guard. Referee Jerry Kryz issues a quick stand-up command, and Gamburyan takes a few seconds before shooting on Lentz against the cage. Lentz threatens with a guillotine before standing and shoving Gamburyan on the fence with an underhook. Gamburyan gets busy with elbows and punches in the last 20 seconds but still finishes the round on the fence.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Lentz (30-27 Lentz)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Lentz (30-27 Lentz)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Lentz (30-27 Lentz)

The Official Result

Nik Lentz def. Manny Gamburyan via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Johnny Eduardo vs. Eddie Wineland

Round 1

Eduardo strikes first with an outside leg kick; Wineland follows him for a moment, feints and twitches, and then stuffs a takedown from the Brazilian. One minute into the round, Wineland finally sends a straight right hand down the center. Eduardo keeps the low kicks coming, taking out Wineland’s lead leg with one inside. Wineland stands up quickly to resume his feinting, blocks a high kick with his forearm and slips a couple punches. A couple straight rights connect for Eduardo, and he ducks under return fire from Wineland to initiate a clinch. Wineland shoves him away and whiffs on an uppercut, then nods to acknowledge as Eduardo lands another hard low kick. Eduardo clips Wineland with an overhand right on the chin. Wineland wobbles backward and Eduardo tags him with another blistering right hand, sending the former WEC champion down for the count.

The Official Result

Johnny Eduardo def. Eddie Wineland via KO (Punches) R1

Yan Cabral vs. Zak Cummings

Round 1

Cummings connects with a sweeping left that sends Cabral to the ground, but the Brazilian catches the incoming American in a triangle. Cabral can’t find the angle to cinch the choke, so he drills the head of Cummings with elbows. Cummings steps over and escapes as Cabral tries to complete the submission, and now the welterweights are back on their feet. Cabral looks for a single-leg against the fence, but Cummings hops on one leg and defends. Both men hit the ground in a whizzer, and when they come back up, it’s Cabral retaking the outside position in the clinch. Cabral finally gets his takedown late in the round, passes to half guard and lays his forearm across Cummings’ throat.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cabral
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cabral
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cabral

Round 2

Cummings trips Cabral to the ground and stands over the Brazilian, kicking at his legs while Cabral invites Cummings into his guard. Referee Keith Peterson orders Cabral to stand, and Cabral socks Cummings with a right hand. Cummings grins wide and misses with a big uppercut, then shuts down a weak double-leg and puts Cabral on the mat. Cabral keeps his guard open and hunts for a submission until the 2:00 mark, when Cummings backs off and allows him to stand. Cummings connects with a body shot, countered by a Cabral right hand. Cummings keeps Cabral on the fence for a moment; when they come off the cage, Cummings connects with a couple hard right hands and lands one last takedown to finish the round.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cummings
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cummings
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cummings

Round 3

Cummings stuffs a takedown, lands an outside leg kick and gets in Cabral’s face with three or four punches up against the fence. Cabral separates from the clinch with a spinning elbow which misses. Cummings grabs a rear waistlock and stays on top when Cabral tries to roll through. Cabral is angling for an armbar but Cummings shoves him off. When he loses the arm, Cabral tries a kneebar and winds up mounted. Cabral surrenders his back and Cummings sinks in both hooks, then starts working for a rear-naked choke with half the round remaining. Cabral fends off the choke and sweeps to top position, then straddles Cummings’ head and tries for a kimura. Cummings angles his arm and yanks it free, sweeping Cabral underneath and finishing the round with ground-and-pound.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cummings (29-28 Cummings)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cummings (29-28 Cummings)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cummings (29-28 Cummings)

The Official Result

Zak Cummings def. Yan Cabral via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Kyoji Horiguchi vs. Darrell Montague

Round 1

The flyweights take the better part of one minute to engage, and when they do, it’s Horiguchi coming down the center with a straight right and following with a leg kick. An overhand right from Horiguchi misses as Montague push-kicks him out of range. Two minutes in, Montague shoots low and easily floors Horiguchi with a takedown. Horiguchi plays with his open guard, controlling Montague’s wrists until the “Mongoose” allows him to stand. Horiguchi counters a low kick with a hard right hand over the top. Horiguchi is showing good movement in the latter half of the round, dipping in and out of range to land single strikes on Montague.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi

Round 2

Montague gets Horiguchi up against the fence and frames up a standing arm-triangle choke, then jumps guard with a guillotine. Horiguchi puts Montague’s back to the fence and frees his head before backing away and resetting to strike. Montague lands a leg kick, cuts angles on the outside and pops Horiguchi with a counter right hand. Horiguchi strikes back with a right hook and has a high kick blocked, then repeats the sequence. Horiguchi goes to the body, catches Montague leaning over and cracks him with a left hook. Montague sprints away, getting clipped with a right hand on the way out. Horiguchi shuts down a takedown attempt, puts Montague in a headlock and drills him with a knee. Montague is on his knees, eating right hands from Horiguchi, while referee Gary Copeland tells the American to defend himself. With two minutes left, Horiguchi gives up on punching and takes control of his kneeling opponent. When Montague tries to stand, Horiguchi hits a suplex and tacks on a couple more punches. Montague stands and pushes Horiguchi backward with a long left hand. Horiguchi sticks another good left hand up top and then hurts Montague with a hard right to the body. Both men are still firing at the horn, but it’s Montague who goes staggering back to his corner, barely standing.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi

Round 3

Montague misses as he lunges at Horiguchi with a flying knee, then chases after the former Shooto champion and eats a pair of hard counter rights. Horiguchi dives into range with a sweeping left hand and then rips a kick to the body. He dumps Montague to the ground and stands over him, stacking up the American and dropping punches with both hands. Montague escapes to his feet with about two minutes left in the fight. The “Mongoose” is trying to jab his way into range but can’t find the mark. He settles for a kick to the body, but Horiguchi is still landing clean counters when Montague steps into the pocket. Twenty seconds left and Montague connects with a hard right hand upstairs, then a right hook. Both guys are still throwing hands when the final horn sounds.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi (30-27 Horiguchi)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi (30-27 Horiguchi)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Horiguchi (30-27 Horiguchi)

The Official Result

Kyoji Horiguchi def. Darrell Montague via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) R3 5:00

Ed Herman vs. Rafael Natal

Round 1

Natal spends the first 90 seconds attacking the legs of “Short Fuse,” kicking out Herman’s lead leg after three or four strikes and then following him to the ground. Herman closes his guard and eats some ground-and-pound punches before powering back to his feet. Now it’s Herman with a takedown of his own, shoving Natal up against the fence and roughing him up with punches. Now an elbow opens a cut on Natal’s face, and a second elbow from Herman does even more damage. Natal gets back to his feet before the end of the round but finishes it with Herman pressing him against the fence.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Herman
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Herman
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-10

Round 2

Natal gets busy early in the round, attacking with leg kicks, but Herman is getting the better of the striking against the relatively flat-footed Brazilian. Natal scores another takedown and remains busy on top, getting through Herman’s closed guard with punches and elbows. It’s not enough for referee Jerry Krzys, who orders the middleweights back to their feet. Once there, Herman takes the fight to the fence but doesn’t do much with the outside position before Natal is able to circle out.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Natal
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Natal
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Natal

Round 3

Herman denies a takedown attempt from Natal, who’s forced to go on his back foot as Herman presses forward. Herman clinches up but has to separate when Natal connects with a hard left hook. “Sapo” follows with another left hook, then a right hand on the exit, and now the Brazilian puts Herman on the fence. Referee Krzys pauses the action after Herman takes a knee to the cup, but “Short Fuse” needs only a short time to recover. As soon as they resume, Herman cracks Natal with a knee in the clinch. Natal comes away from the exchange with blood dripping down his forehead, but he still manages to push Herman away with a front kick. Now it’s Natal initiating a clinch against the cage, but he doesn’t mount any offense from the position. Herman gets some space and runs Natal against the cage; “Sapo” reverses the position immediately, and then Herman returns the favor as the 185ers battle with over-unders. They separate with 30 seconds to go, and Herman shoots a single-leg to finish the fight.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Herman (29-28 Herman)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Herman (29-28 Herman)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Herman (29-29 Draw)

The Official Result

Ed Herman def. Rafael Natal via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Chris Cariaso vs. Louis Smolka

Round 1

Cariaso tries to fend off Smolka with front kicks, but the larger Hawaiian walks through them to clinch on the fence. The flyweights trade knees underneath, and Cariaso tries to slip out but is held in place. After a minute of clinch work, Cariso slips out and backs away. When Smolka comes forward this time, Cariaso is ready with a snappy combination upstairs. Smolka clinches again and gets off five or six hard left hands to Cariaso’s gut. With 30 seconds left, Smolka changes levels for a single-leg, but Cariaso defends with a guillotine and finishes the round trying to crank the choke at an awkward angle.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cariaso
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cariaso
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cariaso

Round 2

Cariaso stuffs a takedown and spins to attach himself to Smolka’s back, then immediately begins working for a rear-naked choke. The veteran is riding too high and Smolka shakes him off to take top position. Cariaos swings his legs around, first looking for a triangle and then an armbar, but Smolka yanks his arm free to stand up. The flyweights go back to clinching on the fence, where Smolka drives a hard knee into Cariaso’s gut. They exchange positions on the cage as referee Herb Dean calls for action. Cariaso obliges with a trip takedown, stacks up Smolka and allows him to stand. Smolka is on the offensive now, attacking with a body kick and a right hand. Cariaso responds with a pair of hard punches upstairs, backs away and gets driven into the fence again. Cariaso grabs a loose headlock as he’s taken down again, but Smolka doesn’t appear too concerned with the threat of a guillotine. That’s exactly what comes from Cariaso, though, and Smolka finishes the round on his back, being saved by the bell from a topside guillotine.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cariaso
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cariaso
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cariaso

Round 3

Smolka tries out some leg kicks early in the final round. Cariaso is still waiting with the counter right hand, and now he pops the Hawaiian with a reaching left and follow-up leg kick. Smolka hits a trip takedown with 3:30 on the clock and slips out of a Cariaso omoplata. When Smolka comes back to the ground, it’s in full mount, dropping heavy elbows on Cariaso’s face. Cariaso tries another omoplata and manages to escape to his feet, though Smolka pins him against the cage. Cariaso busts him down to the ground, looks for another guillotine on the kneeling Smolka, who’s quick to stand up this time. Cariaso knocks Smolka to the ground with a chopping kick to the lead leg. Smolka stands and attacks with punches against the cage. Cariaso does well to avoid damage while firing back with more leg kicks. One last guillotine attempt from Cariaso closes the fight.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Cariaso (30-27 Cariaso)

The Official Result

Chris Cariaso def. Louis Smolka via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) R3 5:00

Soa Palelei vs. Ruan Potts

Round 1

Palelei hits a takedown behind a left hand but is forced to defend from side control, as Potts has the Australian’s left arm trapped while controlling his head. Potts uses the position to briefly sweep to top position, but Palelei puts him right back underneath. A triangle attempt from Potts goes by the wayside, and now Palelei steps into full mount. One left hook is all it takes to knock Potts unconscious, but Palelei gets in a couple more shots before referee Keith Peterson can intervene.

The Official Result

Soa Palelei def. Ruan Potts via KO (Punch) R1 2:20

Neil Magny vs. Tim Means

Round 1

The southpaw Means takes a minute to get inside and then mugs Magny with some hooks against the fence. Magny is doing well to stay out of striking range, though, and now he dips out to get his back off the fence. Means keeps walking forward, but it’s Magny who clinches up and looks for a takedown. They come to a stalemate and Magny exits the clinch with an elbow. He comes back for another takedown attempt and this time is able to trip Means to the mat. Means scrambles up with 90 seconds on the clock and hits Magny with a punch to the body. Magny sends Means to the ground tumbling with a left hand, then clinches the “Dirty Bird” against the cage when Means pops up.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Magny
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Magny
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Magny

Round 2

Means is still on the march in round two, pressing forward on Magny, who isn’t letting too much offense get through while circling the outside. Magny is slipping most of Means’ punches and high kicks, but Means is able to catch a kick and trip the longer man to the ground. As Magny comes back to his feet, Means lands a hard knee to the head. Magny grounds himself again until he’s able to stand and circle away. With 55 seconds left in the round, Magny hits a double-leg slam near the fence. Means stands up but can’t escape Magny’s clinch until the final five seconds.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Magny
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Means
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Magny

Round 3

Magny takes to the outside again, evading Means’ strikes while occasionally changing levels to fire off a body shot. Means grabs hold and lands another hard knee upstairs, so Magny grounds himself to avoid the strikes. Instead, Means socks Magny with four or five hard punches before Magny scrambles up. Magny drops to the ground to escape from a guillotine, nearly being mounted by Means before powering back to his feet. Magny hits another bodylock trip takedown midway through the round but again cannot hold Means on the mat. More grappling on the fence as Magny defends against a kimura and then shoulder-shrugs Means’ face. One more takedown goes for Magny with 90 seconds on the clock. This time, he climbs on Means’ back and locks up a body triangle. Magny gives up the body triangle to ride on Means’ back until the “Dirty Bird” rolls over. With 30 seconds left, Magny leans right to left in side control, dropping short punches. Means twists out and drives forward, finishing the fight shooting against the fence.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Magny (30-27 Magny)
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Magny (29-28 Magny)
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Magny (30-27 Magny)

The Official Result

Neil Magny def. Tim Means via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Erik Koch vs. Daron Cruickshank

Round 1

Koch, in the southpaw stance, quickly closes the gap on Cruickshank near the fence. Cruickshank backs him off with kicks, and Koch returns the favor as they come off the fence. Both lightweights snipe with single punches, and Koch goes low with a hard leg kick inside. Cruickshank drops Koch with a left high kick on the ear and then turns out his lights with a right hand on the ground. Referee Gary Copeland is inches from the fighters as Cruickshank unloads with punches and elbows, slamming Koch’s head into the ground. After a dozen or more strikes, Copeland finally intervenes to save Koch from any further damage.

The Official Result

Daron Cruickshank def. Erik Koch via TKO (Head Kick and Punches) R1 3:21

Lorenz Larkin vs. Costas Philippou

Round 1

Philippou slugs Larkin with a left hand, and Larkin circles off the fence to the center of the cage. Another left connects for Philippou, then a hard leg kick. Larkin gets one back with an outside thigh kick before Philippou comes in and pushes him against the fence. Philippou works some foot stomps before Larkin dips out, and now Larkin lights up the boxer with an uppercut. A body kick connects for Larkin, but Philippou push-kicks him away when the “Monsoon” tries a Superman punch. Philippou counters a low kick with a hard right hand over the top and then mugs Larkin against the fence with another right. The middleweights tie up on the fence, Philippou on the outside, looking for a trip. Larkin circles out and grazes Philippou with an elbow on the way. Philippou backs Larkin up to the cage again and crushes him with a left hook-right straight. Larkin slumps to the ground face-first, and Philippou adds one more right hand as referee Keith Peterson dives in for the save.

The Official Result

Costas Philippou def. Lorenz Larkin via KO (Punches) R1 3:47

Matt Brown vs. Erick Silva

Round 1

Referee Herb Dean is the third man in the cage for tonight’s welterweight main event, with judges Sal D’Amato, Chris Lee and Cardo Urso scoring at cageside. Brown pushes forward on Silva, who tries to fend off the American with oblique kicks. Brown just keeps coming and gets dumped to the ground, but he quickly scrambles back to his feet. Silva drops Brown with a body shot near the fence and then works to pound him out with punches and elbows. Brown hangs in there, so Silva changes tactics and jumps on Brown’s back. Brown tries to walk off the fence while defending a rear-naked choke. Silva gets a tight squeeze on a neck crank, but Brown peels his hands off and scoots back toward the fence. Silva digs his heel into Brown’s gut before Brown twists around and explodes back to his feet. Brown chases a suddenly wobbly Silva across the cage, bombing the Brazilian with punches and then blasting through the Thai plum with knees. Silva is in survival mode, jogging away from Brown, who catches up and foot-sweeps him to the ground. Silva gets up, but Brown is waiting with more heavy hooks and knees. Brown walks into range and zaps Silva with two hard, straight right hands, then lands a takedown to close out the frame.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Brown
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Brown
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Brown

Round 2

Brown opens round two with a hard right hand and follows up with a pair of knees near the fence. Silva comes off the cage and slams Brown with a body kick. Brown is landing at will, mixing it up to the body and head of Silva as they clinch near the fence. Brown is doing damage to the body of Silva with knees; Silva is still firing back when he can, but he’s being overwhelmed by Brown’s volume offense. Another pair of ripping right hands from Brown has Silva jogging away. Both men go to the body with punches, and both seem to come away from the exchange hurt. Brown trips Silva to the mat and lands in a crucifix, but he can’t pound out the Brazilian with the heavy right hands that come after. Brown switches to a kimura from side control, then frames up a brabo choke and steps into full mount. The Ohioan releases the choke and sits up to rain down punches on Silva’s face. Silva takes top position when Brown botches an armbar attempt. Brown catches him in a triangle from underneath, but Silva stacks him up and slips out of the choke. Silva rides out the last 30 seconds of the round on top.

Sherdog Scores

TJ De Santis scores the round 10-9 Brown
Chris Nelson scores the round 10-9 Brown
Javier Vazquez scores the round 10-9 Brown

Round 3

Brown walks straight across the cage and slugs Silva with a hard kick to the body. Silva puts his back against the fence and gets whacked with knees in the clinch. He circles to the left and hits Brown with a counter left hand, but Brown walks through it and trips Silva to the ground again. Brown drops a heavy right hand on Silva’s head, which is flush to the canvas, and then grinds on the Brazilian’s face with his own head. Silva is busted open on the forehead as Brown drops more elbows, then stands up to unload with punches. Under heavy fire, Silva rolls on to his side, signaling referee Dean to call an end to the fight.

The Official Result

Matt Brown def. Erick Silva via TKO (Punches) R3 2:11

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