UFC on Fox 28 ‘Emmett vs. Stephens’ Play-by-Play, Results & Round-by-Round Scoring

By: Tristen Critchfield
Feb 24, 2018


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Manny Bermudez vs. Albert Morales

Round 1

Bermudez feints a takedown and sticks a left jab. Morales briefly rocks Bermudez with a right hand and the Octagon newcomer shoots for a takedown. Morales grabs a guillotine before Bermudez escapes. After a scramble, Morales ends up on top, but Bermudez is framing a triangle. It looks to be tight, but Morales gives the thumbs up. Bermudez relents on the maneuver and goes back to his guard. After a brief respite, Bermudez hunts for an armbar from his back. Morales rolls and spins out of danger, but after a scramble, it’s Bermudez who ends up on top. Bermudez lands an elbow from above while attempting to pass. Morales is staying active with punches and elbows from his back. Morales creates some spce with his legs and they’re up. That doesn’t last long, as Morales takes his foe down near the cage. Morales postures up and lands about four hard hammerfists. Bermudez transitions to a choke with 10 seconds to go, but Morales pops his head free. 10-9 Morales.

Round 2

A right hand lands clean for Morales in an initial exchange. Bermudez shoots and then stumbles back and pulls guard. Morales lets him back up. A lazy shot by Bermudez is easily sprawled on by Morales. Morales defends another takedown but this time he is forced into Bermudez’s guard. Morales is staying conservative on top, while Bermudez lands some short right hands to the side of the head. Morales frees himself and they’re back up. Bermudez beautifully changes levels behind a left hand. Morales remains upright, but Bermudez transitions to a guillotine in the clinch and drops to his back. Bermudez rolls into mount while maintaining the choke, forcing Morales to tap in a matter of seconds. Bermudez improves to 12-0 with a victory in his UFC debut.

The Official Result

Manny Bermudez def. Albert Morales via Submission (Guillotine Choke) R2 2:33

Alex Perez vs. Eric Shelton

Round 1

Perez missed weight by 0.5 pounds, so 20 percent of his purse will go to Shelton. Perez lands an outside leg kick. Shelton lands a right hand when Perez tries to close distance. A right hand connects for Perez. Perez sprawls on a Shelton takedown. He tries to take his foe’s back but ends up in Shelton’s full guard. Perez does a good job of maintaining top pressure when Shelton attempts to sweep. Perez drops a short elbow, and lands another moments later. Shelton hustles his way to his feet and counters a leg kick with a right hand. A right hand lands for Perez. Shelton counters a leg kick by catching it and landing a knee to the body. Perez is consistent with his pressure on the feet. A three-punch combination lands for the Team Oyama product, and Shelton circles away. Perez lands another combination and attempts to clinch, but Shelton is able to break away. Perez executes a single-leg takedown in the final 15 seconds to secure the frame. 10-9 Perez.

Round 2

Perez opens with an outside leg kick again. A big right lands for Perez, probably his best punch of the fight so far. Perez drives his foe into the fence and lands a right knee on the break. Perez pressures forward and lands a right hand, forcing a shot by Shelton. Perez sprawls and powers his opponent to his back. Perez is on top with about 3:00 to go in the period. Shelton sits up against the fence. Perez keeps his hands connected to control Shelton’s legs. Shelton lands some elbows to the body, but his efforts to stand thus far have been denied. Perez rides Shelton and grabs a front headlock when Shelton attempts to explode to his feet. Perez muscles his man down, and Shelton is back against the fence in a seated position, with Perez controlling his lower half. The round ends that way, with Perez in control. 10-9 Perez.

Round 3

Again, Perez begins the frame with an outside leg kick. Perez changes levels on a Shelton punch but is denied on a takedown. Shelton lands a right and angles out of danger. Shelton lands a leg kick behind a punch. Shelton is leading a little more so far in this round, but isn’t landing much. Perez gets his foe down with a single-leg takedown. Shelton tries to explode up, but Perez maintains a body lock. Perez lands a knee and continues to make Shelton carry his weight. Shelton is able to free himself and they return to the center of the cage. A counter right lands for Shelton and he follows up with a combination moments later. Another counter right lands for Shelton when Perez advances. Perez gets a takedown and top position with about a minute to go. Shelton moves to a seated position against the fence and throws some elbows. Shelton stands, but Perez continues to keep his hands locked. Perez rides his opponent down and stays on top as the round ends. 10-9 Perez (30-27 Perez).

The Official Result

Alex Perez def. Eric Shelton via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Russell Doane vs. Rani Yahya

Round 1

Yahya shoots immediately and puts Doane on the canvas with a single leg. The Brazilian is in his opponent’s half guard as he lands some moderate punches to the ribs and head. Yahya has two underhooks as he attempts to pass to full mount. Doane is in an uncomfortable position but tells referee Kevin MacDonald that he’s fine. Yahya continues to keep the pressure on with the underhooks as he passes to side control. Yahya throws some sneaky knees to the chest on the ground. Thus far, Doane’s main achievement is not allowing Yahya to move to full mount. Yahya goes back to the knees to the body. The Brazilian lets go of the underhooks and looks to work some ground-and-pound from side control. Doane turns and Yahya knees his foe in the back twice. The bout is paused due to the illegal blows to the spine. Yahya doesn’t lose a point, but he does lose the position. They stand with 42 seconds to go and return to action. Yahya circles on the outside, and Doane can’t land anything before the horn sounds. 10-9 Yahya.

Round 2

Yahya shoots from the outside and goes low for the takedown. He looks for a guillotine choke before transitioning to Doane’s back. Doane is briefly on all fours before Yahya rolls him over. The grappling ace has a body triangle as he softens his foe with right hands to the head. Yahya continues to land short punches, looking to create an opening to slide an arm under Doane’s chin. Yahya remains persistent with punches, and Doane attempts to sit up. The Hawaiian can’t escape the body triangle, however, and Yahya is still in complete control as the round approaches the 1:00 mark. Doane stands and carries Yahya like a backpack. Doane walks to his corner and attempts to peel Yahya off of him. So far, Yahya keeps the body triangle engaged. Doane drops to the ground violently and slams Yahya on his head right before the round ends, but he can’t shake his opponent. 10-8 Yahya.

Round 3

Doane pressures with a right hand and a front kick early. Yahya catches a body kick and briefly gets his man down. Doane is up and pushes the head down. Yahya is dogged in his pursuit, but Doane defends an takes mount. That position doesn’t last long, as Yahya reverses and ends up in Doane’s half guard. Yahya is trying to frame an arm-triangle choke, but he needs to free his left leg. He frees his leg and then quickly jumps across his opponent’s body to the proper side to execute the choke. The squeeze is tight from there, and Doane has no choice but to tap out..

The Official Result

Rani Yahya def. Russell Doane via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) R3 2:32

Sam Alvey vs. Marcin Prachnio

Round 1

Alvey makes his UFC debut at 205 pounds against the newcomer Prachnio. Alvey catches a spinning kick from Prachnio and briefly gets his foe down. The Polish fighter is up and drives Alvey into the fence, where “Smilin’ Sam” lands a couple knees to the midsection. Alvey has a guillotine grip, but Prachnio continues to drive his man into the fence, landing knees to the thigh. Prachnio pulls free and they separate halfway through the frame. A high kick from Alvey just misses and Prachnio answers with a knee to the body. Both combatants land a punch simultaneous. A couple hard leg kicks land for Alvey, and they second sends the Pole stumbling. Prachnio lands a punch to the body and gives chase. That’s a bad idea as Alvey drops his foe with a counter right hook. Alvey briefly attempts a front choke but elects to release his grip. Prachnio continues to march forward recklessly with his hands down and eats another counter right hook for his troubles. Prachnio topples forward to his knees at the feet of Alvey, who doesn’t need to land another punch as referee Dan Miragliotta steps in to wave off the fight.

The Official Result

Sam Alvey def. Marcin Prachnio via KO (Punch) R1 4:23

Alan Jouban vs. Ben Saunders

Round 1

Jouban opens throwing a steady diet of kicks to the body. Jouban lands a left and they tie up briefly. They separate and Saunders lands a right. A body kick lands for Jouban, but Saunders blocks a high kick upstairs. A right hand from Saunders seems to rock Jouban, who shakes it off. Saunders backs up Jouban with a front kick and then follows with a right hand. Jouban answers with an uppercut and overhand right. Saunders finds the home for a pair of right hands on the chin. Jouban lands a trio of inside leg kicks. Jouban lands a big left hook in the clinch. An inside low kick briefly makes Saunders tumble forward to the canvas. A check right hook lands for Jouban, who follows up with volume. Saunders hurts Jouban with a kick to the cup, and we have a pause in the action. Jouban shakes it off and they’re back at it. Jouban continues to stay busy, following a front kick with a two-punch combination. The inside leg kicks form Jouban seem to be taking a toll. Jouban also lands an uppercut that has Saunders on the retreat. Jouban is blending his kicks and punches nicely, and “Killa B” is struggling to put weight on his lead leg. 10-9 Jouban.

Round 2

A kick to the body lands for Jouban on a circling Saunders. A high kick is blocked but Saunders appears to be hurt nonetheless. Jouban lands elbows in close, but “Killa B” won’t give ground, and they trade willingly in the phone booth. Two successive right hands land for Saunders, and Jouban backs up. Saunders is walking down his foe at the moment, but his movement is awkward. Saunders legs are almost giving out, and Jouban rocks him with an elbow. Jouban lands a pair of short elbows in tight. Saunders continues to go forward, throwing offense. Jouban lands yet another inside kick and Saunders stumbles away from the fence, attempting to regain his balance. Jouban lines up a devastating straight left to the chin on Saunders and it lands clean. It’s over, as Saunders goes down instantly, his left leg folding underneath him.

The Official Result

Alan Jouban def. Ben Saunders via KO (Punch) R2 2:38

Angela Hill vs. Maryna Moroz

Round 1

Hill counters a kick with a pair of right hands. Hill continues to press forward and lands a combination. Another right hand over the top connects for “Overkill.” Hill is the clear aggressor, walking down her foe and landing overhand rights in the early going. Moroz lands an uppercut. Hill makes Moroz stumble with a lead leg kick. They tie up and Hill pushes Moroz into the cage. They separate quickly. Another counter right hand connects for Hill. Moroz is throwing a lot of kicks but isn’t landing much. Hill closes the distance with a combination and ties up Moroz. they break and Hill attacks with an inside low kick-overhand right combo. Hill drives her foe back with a push kick down the middle. Moroz lands a left hook as Hill moves forward. Hill ducks under a spinning back fist and Hill secures a body lock. Hill switches to a single leg but can’t get Moroz down. Hill tries a jumping knee as the horn sounds. 10-9 Hill.

Round 2

Hill lands an inside leg kick in an initial exchange. Moroz is throwing plenty of volume early. But it’s Hill who continues to land the more meaningful offense, including a pair of big right hands. Hill ties up with Moroz, gets an underhook and lands a couple knees inside. Hill lands an uppercut in the clinch just before they break. Hill misses a big right and Moroz secures a body lock. Moroz tries to get her opponent down but pulls Hill on top of her. An elbow lands for Hill from above. Hill tries to pass and Moroz stands. Hill lands a knee and a right hand on the break. Moroz’s output is good, but she’s still not landing as much as she needs to. She is keeping Hill at bay better than round one, however. Hill is slowing down, as Moroz secures a body lock behind a punch. Moroz presses Hill into the cage and lands a nice combination on the break. 10-9 Hill.

Round 3

Moroz goes right back to work, staying active with punches and kicks. Hill connects with an inside leg kick. Moroz answers with a front kick to the body. A right hand lands for Hill. Moroz continues to push the pace, landing a kick to the body. Hill catches a kick and shoves her foe to the mat. Moroz pops right back up. Hill appears to still be landing the more resounding blows, but Moroz is leading the way in terms of output. Moroz counters a leg kick with a left hand. Hill forces the clinch and lands some knees in close quarters. A jab connects for Hill. Hill dodges a Moroz combination and lands a combo of her own. Another jab finds a home for Hill. Moroz, meanwhile, hasn’t stopped throwing offense, although not a lot is landing. They clinch and Hill pushes her opponent into the fence. Hill lands a couple short elbows before they break. Hill goes body-head while evading Moroz’s offering. An overhand right lands for Hill at the final bell. 10-9 Hill (30-27 Hill).

The Official Result

Angela Hill def. Maryna Moroz via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Sara McMann vs. Marion Reneau

Round 1

McMann comes up short on a powerful punching combination. A right hand lands for McMann before the Olympic silver medalist slams Reneau to the canvas. McMann is in side control, and Reneau does a good job to avoid having her arm trapped in a crucifix. McMann steps over and traps Reneau’s arm and lands a series of right hands. Reneau escapes again, but McMann traps the arm again and goes back to work with short punches. This process repeats several times, as Reneau is struggling hard to keep her left arm free. Reneau tries to stand and McMann ends up in a modified north-south choke for a moment. She lets it go and moves back to side control. McMann gets the crucifix again and ends the opening round landing a series unanswered punches to the head. Referee Kevin MacDonald takes a close look as the round ends. 10-8 McMann.

Round 2

McMann pressures and comes up short on a combination. McMann fakes a shot and misses a punch. Reneau, meanwhile, appears tentative to pull the trigger so far. Then, a counter right hand from Reneau briefly drops McMann, and they trade wildly after she returns to her feet. Reneau sprawls on a takedown. They separate and McMann shoots again. Reneau denies it and lands some elbows to the head. They separate and moments later, McMann finds the proper angle to get a single-leg takedown. Reneau frames her legs for a triangle choke and lands some elbows to her opponent’s head. McMann is trapped in the hold, but Reneau doesn’t quite have it locked all the way in. Reneau works to push McMann's right arm across to tighten the choke, and she's making progress. McMann rolls to her side and can't resist the squeeze any longer. The former bantamweight title challenger is forced to ask out of the fight, giving Reneau the biggest win of her career to date.

The Official Result

Marion Reneau def. Sara McMann via Submission (Triangle Choke) R2 3:40

Renan Barao vs. Brian Kelleher

Round 1

Kelleher looks to pressure as Barao works behind his jab. A lead hook lands for Kelleher. An outside leg kick finds a home for Barao. Barao is finding the range on low kicks to Kelleher’s lead leg, and they’re bothering the American. Kelleher continues to pressure and an overhand right lands cleanly. They tie up and Barao lands a knee before Kelleher turns him into the cage. They continue to battle for position in the clinch. Kelleher lands a short elbow and attempts to drop for a takedown. Dan Miragliotta isn’t seeing enough action and he separates the bantamweights. Kelleher is very aggressive and he wobbles Barao with a right hand. The Brazilian forces the clinch and looks to drop for a takedown. Barao lands an elbow in the clinch before Kelleher turns him into the fence. Kelleher ends the frame dictating the action against the fence. 10-9 Kelleher.

Round 2

Kelleher lands a kick to the body and a right hand. Barao stuffs a takedown and they’re back to clinching against the fence. Kelleher lands an elbow on the break. Barao answers with a one-two. Kelleher lands a jab and then shoots for a takedown. They clinch and Kelleher pushes Barao into the fence. They close quarters battle continues and Kelleher finally connects his hands and gets Barao to the canvas. The Brazilian pops right back up, but Kelleher continues to grind away against the fence. Miragliotta orders another break and they exchange willingly, with both fighters landing. Kelleher marches forward and enters the clinch behind a right hand. Barao gets underhooks and puts Kelleher’s back on the cage. Kelleher defends a trip takedown and the extended clinch battle goes on. Another separation is ordered with 10 seconds remaining, and the round ends before either fighter can land again. 10-9 Kelleher.

Round 3

Kelleher moves forward landing straight punches and kicks to the legs and body. Barao launches a flying knee, but Kelleher sidesteps it without issue. Kelleher is connecting with punches upstairs, but Barao sprawls on a takedown attempt. Kelleher lands an uppercut to the body followed by a left hook. Kelleher backs up Barao with straight left hands. Kelleher is setting the pace, but Barao is landing some jabs. Another effective leg kick from Barao appears to hurt Kelleher. Kelleher lands a right uppercut and clinches with the former champion. Barao lands a knee to the midsection and a punching combination upstairs. Kellehr hurts Barao with a spinning backfist and it hurts the Brazilian. Kelleher walks him down and tees off with power shots, and a left hook nearly puts Barao on his seat. Barao is in retreat mode, and Kelleher remains on the attack. Barao lands a body kick with his back to the fence. Kelleher is teeing off, but Barao answers with a big left hook. They’re brawling as the round draws to a close, and Kelleher lands one more big left hook before time expires. 10-9 Kelleher (30-27 Kelleher)

The Official Result

Brian Kelleher def. Renan Barao via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) R3 5:00

Mike Perry vs. Max Griffin

Round 1

Griffin lands a one-two combination and Perry is bleeding from a cut on his head extremely early. Perry is walking his opponent down, throwing massive power punches. Perry secures a body lock and they trade knees in the clinch before separating. Griffin lands a solid outside low kick. Griffin works the body with a pair of kicks. Perry l ands an outside leg kick. A jab from Griffin finds a home. Griffin is moving well, staying out of Perry’s range so far. Perry lands a couple kicks to the body and Griffin answers with an outside kick to his foe’s lead leg. Griffin lands a jab to the body. A straight one-two combination lands for Griffin. Griffin follows a kick to the body with a right hand. Griffin ducks under a high kick and takes Perry down briefly. Perry gets a takedown of his own moments later and he takes Griffin’s back in the waning moments. Perry rolls into mount just as the horn sounds. 10-9 Griffin.

Round 2

Perry lands a couple jabs and then stumbles back briefly following a right hand by Griffin. Another right hand lands flush for Griffin. Griffin sneaks a jab past Perry’s guard and he pushes forward with a combination. An outside leg kick lands for Griffin as Perry tries to walk him down. Griffin lands a right to the body. Perry can’t quite cut off the cage. Perry is bleeding profusely form a pair of cuts. Griffin is picking his spots, landing his offense and moving out of danger. Griffin feints and then backs up Perry with a jab. Perry sticks a nice jab of his own. Another jab lands for Perry , but Griffin drops Perry with a left hook to the chin. He follows his foe to the mat, but Perry is up. They break form the clinch with 30 seconds to go. Griffin remains patient, and then picks his spot to tag Perry with a clean combination before the round expires. 10-9 Griffin.

Round 3

Griffin enters the third round in control. Griffin lands a low kick and then presses forward with a combination. He’s stopped in his tracks by a big right hand from Perry. Perry looks for a single-leg takedown and then takes Griffin’s back. Griffin tosses his opponent to the floor and they’re back to standing. Griffin attacks the inside and outside of Perry’s lead leg with low kicks. A jab lands for Griffin as Perry stalks him. A right hand from Griffin stings Perry. A lead left hook from Perry hurts Griffin and Perry follows up with a right hand. Griffin seems to have recovered, and he lands a right to keep Perry at a distance. Perry raises his arms and tries to bait Griffin. Griffin ignores it and lands an inside low kick. Griffin jabs and circles, then lands a low kick. Perry is in pursuit and a glancing head kick gets Griffin’s attention. Perry is in full attack mode and he lands a big left over the top. Perry looks for a takedown with 30 seconds left. Griffin defends against the cage. Time is ticking down, and Perry gets the takedown, but he won’t get the finish he needs as the horn sounds. 10-9 Perry (29-28 Griffin).

The Official Result

Max Griffin def. Mike Perry via Unanimous Decision (29-27, 29-27, 30-27) R3 5:00

Ovince St. Preux vs. Ilir Latifi

Round 1

Latifi begins by attempting to chop away at St. Preux’s legs. OSP answers with a standing side kick to the body. It’s a slow pace through a minute and a half. Latifi just misses on a body kick. The Swede tries to punch into range but St. Preux avoids it. Latifi is trying to find the range on his punches but is coming up short so far. St. Preux isn’t doing much better offensively. Seemingly out of nowhere, Latifi drops St. Preux with a counter left hook. Latifi rushes to follow his foe to the canvas. They scramble up in a hurry and Latifi tags his reeling opponent with another left hook when St. Preux turns around. From there, Latifi locks in a standing guillotine choke and cranks the hold. Referee Jorge Alonso misses a brief tap by OSP but it doesn’t affect the outcome. Moments later, St. Preux is unconscious and Latifi drops his foe to the canvas, giving “The Sledgehammer” five wins in his last six Octagon appearances.

The Official Result

Ilir Latifi def. Ovince St. Preux via Submission (Guillotine Choke) R1 3:48

Jessica Andrade vs. Tecia Torres

Round 1

A right hand lands early for Torres and it gets Andrade’s attention. Andrade begins her usual brand of stalking, but Torres is countering effectively in the early going. Andrade attempts to clinch and connects with a right hand on the break. However, Torres is landing faster and with more volume. A left hook lands as Andrade flurries. Torres tags the Brazilian with a one-two. Andrade keeps moving forward, but Torres is landing with precision. A right hand lands for Torres, but Andrade answers with a right hook. Andrade lands a combination moving forward and forces the clinch. They break and return to the center of the cage. A right hook lands for Andrade. Torres attacks the legs. They tie up and Andrade fails on a throw. She rushes forward and eats a straight right from Torres. Torres lands a couple knees in the clinch. Andrade lands a big slam and lands in side control just before the end of the round. 10-9 Torres.

Round 2

Andrade presses the action with power punches but Torres avoids taking any damage. Torres throws a couple body kicks and Andrade attacks with punches. Andrade closes the distance, lifts Torres up and slams her down near the fence. Torres has Andrade’s head trapped in a reverse triangle, but “Bate Estaca” pulls her head free and sets up in side control. Andrade stands as Torres attempts to clear space with her legs. Andrade can’t clear the legs and Torres is up. Torres lands several right hands as Andrade rushes forward. Andrade throws a left hook and then drops for a takedown. She lifts Torres up and slams her down. Torres absorbs some punches in the process of getting to her feet. Andrade tosses “The Tiny Tornado” to the mat once again. Torres tries to set up an armbar but Andrade powers free. Torres rocks Andrade with an upkick and the Brazilian dives back into guard. Torres again looks for the armbar, but Andrade is too strong. Andrade has a front headlock, and she lands some punches to the body. Torres reverses, but can’t get a body lock takedown before the round ends. 10-9 Andrade.

Round 3

Torres lands a couple leg kicks before Andrade begins pressuring with punches. That translates into a takedown for Andrade, but Torres is able to scramble up in relatively quick fashion. Andrade has an underhook and she rips some body punches in the clinch before they separate. Torres lands a low kick and Andrade counters with a left. Andrade ducks under a Torres punch and slams her foe down. Torres is up, but Andrade maintains a body lock. Andrade trips Torres to the mat and drops some solid right hands from above. Andrade continues to land punches and hammerfists to the head and body from half guard. Andrade’s physicality is taking its toll on Torres, as she alternates punches to the head and body before passing to side control. Torres fights her way back up with one minute left, but Andrade is right back on her, and the Brazilian dumps her to the canvas once again. Torres scrambles in an attempt to take her foe’s back, but Andrade gradually shakes Torres off and regains top position. Andrade lands more ground-and-pound and another takedown before the horn sounds. 10-9 Andrade (29-28 Andrade).

The Official Result

Jessica Andrade def. Tecia Torres via Unanimous Decision (29-27, 29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00

Jeremy Stephens vs. Josh Emmett

Round 1

Stephens takes the center of the cage. Emmett moves forward with a combination. Stephens answers with a counter uppercut. A right hook to the body lands for Stephens. Emmett attempts an inside low kick and catches his foe in the groin. After a brief timeout, the action resumes. Emmett lands and moves away. Stephens answers to the body. Stephens catches his foe with a solid combination. A left hook-right uppercut combination lands for “Lil Heathen.” Stephens moves in with an uppercut and gets dropped by a short counter right hand from Emmett. The Team Alpha Male product lands a couple powerful shots from above before Stephens is able to return to his feet. Emmett attempts a jumping kick that’s blocked. Emmett lands a leg kick then moves out of danger. The featherweights trade kicks before the end of the round. 10-9 Emmett.

Round 2

Stephens stops Emmett’s advance with a knee down the middle. Stephens connects with an inside leg kick. Emmett throws a one-two and Stephens responds by partially landing a spinning backfist. Another inside leg kick finds a home for Stephens. Emmett throws an overhand right and Stephens puts his opponent on his seat with a counter left hook to the chin. “Lil Heathen” dives on his stunned foe and unloads with approximately five elbows from above. When Emmett moves to his knees, Stephens throws a knee that appears to just miss his opponent’s head. If it did land illegally, referee Dan Miragliotta didn’t notice the foul, and Stephens shoves his opponent back to the mat and puts Emmett's lights out with two more vicious elbows to the head.

The Official Result

Jeremy Stephens def. Josh Emmett via KO (Elbows) R2 1:35

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