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Barnes is pressuring and feinting before failing to grab a
single-leg on a shot. A straight left from Duran sends Barnes
stumbling backward momentarily. Another straight left connects for
Duran and Barnes answers with an inside low kick. Duran cracks the
lead leg of his opponent. Duran denies another naked shot from
Barnes, and they remain in the center of the cage. Duran misses on
a punch and denies Barnes’ initial takedown try. Barnes is
persistent, and he secures a rear body lock before rolling to the
mat attached to his foe’s back. Duran scrambles up, but Barnes
stays sticky near the fence. The combatants fall to the canvas and
Barnes pounds Duran with several right hands and ends the frame in
top position in side his opponent’s guard. 10-9 Barnes.
Barnes stalks Duran before landing an inside leg kick. He
immediately follows with a shot that’s initially stuffed by Duran.
However, Barnes takes his man down near the fence, mounts him and
transitions to back control with one hook in. Barnes lands some
right hands to the head and body while maintaining positional
control. Duran covers up as Barnes continues to pepper him with
right hands. Barnes locks in a body triangle and fishes for a
rear-naked choke. Duran frantically tries to escape, but Barnes
only tightens the hold.
Duran taps in a matter of seconds.
The Official Result
James Barnes def. David Duran via Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) R2
Clark leads off with an outside low kick in this lightweight
battle. They tie up in the center of the cage, and Jones shoves his
foe into the fence. Jones lands a knee to the midsection before
they separate. Clark steps in with a whipping body kick. A high
kick from Clark partially lands, and Jones shakes it off. Jones jumps guard for an arm-in guillotine attempt.
Jones only has half guard, but the squeeze is nonetheless pretty
Clark attempts to work his way to the side of his
opponent while freeing his neck but it’s to no avail. Clark is
forced to ask out of the fight moments later.
The Official Result
Joshua Jones def. Dominic Clark via Submission (Guillotine Choke)
Almeida has garnered some attention early in his career as a member
of the Team Machida camp. Williams forces the action early, but he
is slammed to the mat when he closes the distance. Almeida lands
some hard punches before Williams hustles to his feet. Almeida
counters a spinning back kick to the body with a short left, and it
drops his opponent. Williams pops up and shoots for a takedown
against the cage. They separate, and Williams is already bleeding
near his eye and from his nose. He is undeterred as he stalks
Almeida. Williams transitions to another takedown try off a
spinning back kick. He lands some knees to the body before Almeida
breaks free. A front kick lands flush for Almeida. The
featherweights clinch against the fence briefly before Almeida
backs away. A switch kick to the midsection lands for Almeida.
Almeida connects with a right hand to the body and a left upstairs.
Almeida is picking up his offense and Williams is backing up for a
moment. Almeida lands three left hooks in a row, the last of which
puts Williams on his back. Almeida follows him down and drops some
punches, but Williams defends. Williams briefly threatens with a
gogoplata. He doesn’t get it but it allows him to catch his breath
for a moment. Almeida stands and drops some powerful
standing-to-ground punches before the horn. 10-8 Almeida.
Williams comes out for Round 2 with his right eye nearly swelled
shut. Almeida immediately tees off with a multi-punch combination.
Williams shakes it off, and resumes pressuring his adversary.
Williams flails and misses on a combination, and
Almeida drops him with a counter left hook. Almeida dives in and
lands another punch or two just before referee Milan Ayers dives in
to save Williams.
Meanwhile, John Hackleman throws in the towel
on Williams’ behalf from the corner, although it doesn’t appear
Ayers saw that gesture before he made his call.
The Official Result
Weber Almeida def. Castle Williams via TKO (Punches) R2 0:20
Bunch opens up with an outside leg kick in a tentative opening
minute. Higo fires off a jab and then briefly knocks Bunch off
balance with a calf kick. Bunch lands a clean counter right hand
following a left hook from his Brazilian foe. A straight right
lands flush for Higo. A counter right hand from Bunch clips Higo’s
jaw. Higo misses a flying knee and Bunch counters with a straight
right. The American Kickboxing Academy product ducks under a punch
and shoves Higo into the cage. They continue to jockey for position
before separating, where Bunch lands a right on the break. Higo
connects on a low kick before the round ends. 10-9 Bunch.
Higo lands a glancing front kick to the body as he attempts to set
the pace at the outset of the frame. A right hand from Bunch snaps
Higo’s head back. Bunch fires off a quick one-two, then moves out
of danger. Higo is standing in front of him and answers with a
right of his own. Bunch catches Higo coming in with a jab. Another
straight right finds a home for Bunch. Bunch is consistently
beating his Brazilian opponent to the punch during exchanges. Higo
briefly lands a takedown, but Bunch escapes through the backdoor
and presses his man into the fence. Higo reverses position, but
Bunch has double underhooks with his back to the fence. They
continue to battle for position in the clinch, and they separate
with a little more than 1:00 remaining. Bunch goes back to the
right hand. Higo lands a knee and a right, so Bunch changes levels
and shoots for a takedown. Higo defends with his back to the fence.
The Pitbull Brothers representative jumps guard for
a guillotine choke, and it’s locked in tight. Bunch remains on his
feet momentarily before crumbling to the canvas, where he taps in a
matter of seconds.
The Official Result
Leandro Higo def. Shawn Bunch via Submission (Guillotine Choke) R2
Jasper puts Cisneros on his seat immediately with a jab during an
initial exchange. Jasper follows his foe down and sets up in side
control. Cisneros attempts to buck Jasper off him, but his opponent
stays heavy on top. Still in side control, Jasper covers Cisneros’
airway while slamming a knee to the body. Jasper continues to drive
periodic knees to the body before landing a couple right hands to
the face. Cisneros sits up for a second, but Jasper powers him
right back down to the floor. Cisneros gives up his back and Jasper
puts in a hook near the fence. Jasper rides him, pounding away with
left hands and an elbow. Cisneros covers up as Jasper continues to
pound away. Cisneros powers to his feet with 45 seconds left, but
Jasper is still attached to him. Jasper drags his foe back down and
lands in side control before passing to full mount with less than
20 seconds remaining. Cisneros survives without eating too much
damage. 10-8 Jasper.
Cisneros comes out firing big punches, but he can’t find the range.
Jasper answers with a right cross that does land. Jasper eludes a
combination from Cisneros. Jasper stalks, looking for an opening.
Cisneros changes levels for a takedown behind a big punch after
Jasper appears to turn his ankle due to an awkward step. Jasper
defends against the fence as Cisneros tries to stay busy with short
punches. Jasper reverses position and turns Cisneros into the
fence. Cisneros delivers some elbows to the side of the head as the
struggle in the clinch wages on. Jasper changes levels. They
separate and it’s clear Jasper can’t put weight on his injured
foot. Cisneros attacks with punches. They separate and Cisneros
whips at the leg with low kicks before tagging Jasper with a right
hand. Jasper can’t put any weight on his leg as he backs into the
fence. Jasper falls to the mat as he attempts to put pressure on
the ankle, and Cisneros dives in to attack with ground-and-pound.
Referee Frank Trigg has seen enough, and Cisneros has an improbable
The Official Result
Johnny Cisneros def. Mike Jasper via TKO (Punches) R2 4:28
McKee is cornered by his son, A.J., who is part of the
featherweight grand prix on tonight’s main card. McKee misses on a
high kick and Sriyapai backs away. The combatants trade low kicks.
McKee with a standing side kick that doesn’t seem to affect
Sriyapai. He follows up with a body kick. A slow pace to start as
we’re halfway through the round, but both fighters are approaching
50 years old. Sriyapai lands a body kick and follows with a right
hand to the top of the head that knocks McKee off balance. McKee
with a low kick, and then just misses on a hook kick. McKee drops
low for a takedown and he plants Sriyapai on his back near the
fence. McKee transitions from half guard to a north-south position.
He’s back to half guard, dropping elbows and punches from above.
McKee is having success with elbows as time winds down. 10-9
Sriyapai lands a kick to the body, and McKee answers with a
glancing high kick. Sriyapai stumbles and McKee capitalizes by
taking his opponent down against the cage. McKee grapevines one of
Sriyapai’s legs and begins unloading with left hands to the head.
Sriyapai is attempting to cover up as the barrage
continues, but referee Mike Beltran wants to see a little more in
the way of defense. A few of those punches find their way through
Sriyapai’s guard, and Beltran has seen enough.
a mild protest of the stoppage, but he clearly wasn’t offering any
intelligent means of defense. At 49 years old, McKee has his first
professional MMA win since November 2014.
The Official Result
Antonio McKee def. William Sriyapai via TKO (Punches) R2 1:17
Knight, a boxing champion, makes her MMA debut tonight in a
strawweight affair. Knight presses forward with clean one-two
combinations. Knight counters a low kick with a hard straight
right. Knight doubles up on her jab and then scores with a lead
right moments later. Goughary is doing her best to mix up kicks,
but Knight is just tagging her on the counter. Goughary shoots for
a takedown out of desperation, and Knight sprawls and defends
against the cage. Knight turns Goughary into the cage and lands a
knee. Goughary is able execute a lateral drop and get Knight to the
mat. Goughary effortlessly passes into mount. Knight scrambles out
of an armbar attempt, and Gougharyworks from side control. She
traps Knight’s arm and drops some elbows. Knight reverses position
and drops punches from above as Goughary frames a triangle from her
back. Knight has to survive for another minute, as she remains
trapped in the choke. Goughary looks to transition to an armbar as
we hit the 20-second mark. The round ends with Knight in defense
mode. 10-9 Goughary.
Back on her feet, Knight tags Goughary with a jab, and then hurts
her with a right to the body moments later. Knight counters a lazy
kick with another clean right hand. Goughary lands an inside low
kick, but she again absorbs another right. Goughary eats more shots
attempting to shoot a naked takedown. Knight lands a right and that
staggers Goughary, who paws at her eye for a moment. Knight
counters another Goughary kick with a combination. Goughary’s eyes
are both wearing the damages from Knights punches. Knight drops her
foe with a right and follows her opponent to the mat. Goughary
shoots for a takedown and Knight sprawls. They’re standing again,
and Knight stalks her foe before tagging her with another right
hand. More right hands from Knight land, and Goughary isn’t
disguising her kicks at all. Knight feints and then backs Goughary
up with a right across the jaw. Knight presses the action and lands
more straight rights before attacking the body. 10-8 Knight.
A counter right makes Goughary stumble backward. Knight tags her
foe with a couple nice jabs. A right hand-left hook combination
lands for Knight. She forces Goughary to shoot after landing a left
to the body. Knight stuffs the takedown, backs away and orders
Goughary to return to her feet. A right hand and a left uppercut
land for Knight, who hurts Goughary with a follow-up body shot.
Goughary returns to her feet only to eat a straight left to the
liver. Goughary doubles over in pain while giving an audible yelp,
and Jason Herzog intervenes before any damage can be done. Knight
has a victory in her pro debut.
The Official Result
Ava Knight def. Shannon Goughary via KO (Body Punch) R3 1:46
Agazarm stays on the outside to begin, looking for an opening to
get the fight to the mat. Agazarm lands a kick to the body and then
explodes for a double-leg takedown at the 3:45 mark. Quiroz slides
to the fence, where he remains in a seated position. Agazarm lands
some elbows to the body before Quiroz scrambles back up. A low kick
lands for Quiroz as Agazarm presses forward. Agazarm pressures
forward with punches, but he gets tagged by a right hand. Agazarm
lands a couple jabs but eats another hard right from Quiroz on the
counter. Agazarm lands a pair of body kicks but gets clipped with a
left hook. Quiroz lands a hard knee to the body, and Agazarm takes
it relatively well. Agazarm drops low for a single leg, but Quiroz
stuffs it. Quiroz lands a combination and backs Agazarm off with a
jumping knee. Agazarm goes back to the body kick. 10-9 Quiroz.
Agazarm goes back to working the body with kicks, and Quiroz
answers with a hard low kick. Agazarm closes the distance and works
for a takedown against the fence. Quiroz is down only briefly
before returning ot his feet and creating separation. Quiroz steps
in with a hard knee to the body. Agazarm is consistently attacking
the body with kicks. Agazarm gets a takedown in the center of the
cage and takes his foe’s back in a scramble. This is a bad spot for
Quiroz with about 3:00 to go. Agazarm has both hooks in and he’s
looking for a rear-naked choke. He lets it go and lands some
punches ot the side of the head. Agazarm cranks on the jaw of
Quiroz as we approach the 1:00 mark. Quiroz throws some shots over
the head at Agazarm, but they’re doing minimal damage. Agazarm
brings his left leg up to try and isolate Quiroz’s arm. Instead, it
allows Quiroz to scramble free, and the featherweights are standing
again. Agazarm shoots for a single-leg against the fence. He works
to take the back again as time winds down. 10-9 Agazarm.
Quiroz begins the frame firing off his jab, and Agazarm answers
with a left body kick. Quiroz stumbles forward but still lands a
short left. Quiroz sprwalws on a shot by Agazarm. They trade blows
near the fence before Agazarm drops for a low single. Quiroz lands
some hammerfists before getting pinned against the fence. Agazarm
unloads with a knee to the torso of his opponent. Another knee on
the inside from Agazarm lands. Agazarm is punishing Quiroz with
knees against the fence. Quiroz looks frustrated, but he can’t do
anything to return to his feet with 1:30 remaining. Agazarm lands
some short right hands as the crowd becomes restless.The return to
their feet and Quiroz makes Agazarm stumble with a low kick.
Agazarm dives for a low shot and quickly transitions to Quiroz’s
back. Agazarm hunts for a choke, falls back but loses the hold as
the 10-second warning sounds. Agazarm ends the fight attached to
Quiroz’s back. 10-9 Agazarm (29-28 Agazarm).
The Official Result
A.J. Agazarm def. Jonathan Quiroz via Unanimous Decision (29-28,
29-28, 29-28) R3 5:00
Rogers lands a right hand in an early exchange and then staggers
Weichel with another punch moments later. Rogers just misses on an
overhand right, but Rogers lands a one-two and Weichel circles
away. Weichel evades a combination, and Rogers changes levels for a
single-leg. Weichel defends nicely and circles off the fence.
Weichel follows an inside low kick with a jab. Rogers has a high
kick blocked. Rogers with a straight right-left hook combination.
Weichel lands a counter left hook, his best shot of the fight so
far. Weichel lands an outside low kick. The German whiffs on a hook
and sprawls on a takedown. A left hook from Weichel puts Rogers on
rubbery legs in the waning seconds. Weichel attacks with punches,
knees and kicks against the fence as time winds down. Rogers
circles away as the bell sounds. 10-9 Weichel.
Rogers has a body kick blocked. A hard low kick lands for Weichel,
and Rogers counters with a jab. A right hand over the top scores
for Rogers. Weichel lands a straight right. Rogers is stuffed on a
takedown and they remain in the center of the cage. Weichel attacks
with an inside low kick. Weichel sticks a one-two combination.
Rogers attacks the lead leg of Weichel with a pair of kicks. A
right cross from Rogers grazes his foe’s chin. Weichel with a left
hook during an exchange, and Rogers answers with a hard kick to his
opponent’s lead leg. A low kick by Weichel briefly sends Rogers to
the floor, but he’s up quickly. Rogers sticks his jab. Rogers
connects with a quick combination. Weichel lands a left hook at the
tail end of an exchange in the pocket. Another left hook finds the
range for Weichel. 10-9 Rogers.
Weichel begins with a three-punch combination at the outset. A
straight right lands for Rogers. Weichel pressures and Rogers
changes levels. However, Weichel stuffs it and they separate.
Weichel backs up Rogers with a straight right. Weichel is working
behind his jab, following with a left and a low kick. Rogers
answers with an uppercut. A counter right grazes Rogers. Weichel
pressures and lands a combination. Rogers is throwing single jabs
but struggling to find the range. The crowd starts to boo as
Weichel buckles Rogers with a straight right hand. Rogers shoots
for a takedown in response and is stuffed. Both men land hard
rights in an ensuing exchange. Weichel catches a kick and shoves
Rogers to the floor. Weichel kicks at the legs before a standup is
ordered. Rogers sticks a jab as time ticks down. Weichel, who is
cut under his right eye, stuffs another takedown before the bell
sounds. 10-9 Weichel (29-28 Weichel).
The Official Result
Daniel Weichel def. Saul Rogers via Unanimious Decision (29-28,
30-27, 29-28) R3 5:00
Both fighters taking a measured approach early, with Caldwell
threatening with kicks to control the range. Caldwell drops low for
a single leg, he lifts Corrales and lands in side control.
Caldwell’s corner urges him to look for a crucifix as he maintains
top position. Caldwell briefly steps into full mount, but Corrales
quickly recovers half guard. Caldwell postures up and drops a
couple left hands. “The Wolf” creates space for an elbow. Now
Corrales reclaims full guard at the 1:30 mark. Caldwell isn’t
especially active, but he’s working to advance while landing the
infrequent punch or elbow. Now Caldwell picks up the pace, dropping
a series of punches and elbows in the final 30 seconds. Corrales
appears to be cut from an elbow. Corrales scrambles up and Caldwell
launches a knee as he returns to his feet. It would have been
illegal had it landed to Corrales’ head, but the blow misses and
the round ends without further incident. 10-9 Caldwell.
Corrales leads off with an inside low kick. Caldwell lands a
glancing high kick. He throws another high kick and follows with a
takedown against the fence. Caldwell ties up both legs, but
Corrales is up. Caldwell remains attached to his foe against the
cage with his hands connected. Caldwell shifts to a single-leg but
can’t keep Corrales down. Corrales is able to separate with a
little more than 2:00 left in the frame. Corrales stalks Caldwell,
but he is reluctant to pull the trigger. Caldwell times a level
change, grabs a single leg and trips Corrales’ opposite leg out
from under him. Corrales scrambles up and Caldwell drives for
another takedown against the fence. They separate with 10 seconds
left, and Caldwell gets a final takedown just as the bell sounds.
Likely down two rounds, Corrales needs a finish to extend his
five-fight winning streak. Corrales lands a low kick. Caldwell
circles on the outside and lands a leg kick of his own. Corrales
remains hesitant to throw anything. Caldwell again drops low, but
can’t get the takedown. They separate and Caldwell resumes circling
on the outside. Caldwell makes Corrales stumble forward with a low
kick. Referee Black Grice urges the competitors to engage as we’re
under two minutes. Grice calls time and warns Caldwell for
timidity. Caldwell throws a front kick and shoots for a takedown.
He drops the single-leg and keeps Corrales pinned against the
fence. Corrales jumps guard for a guillotine choke with 40 seconds
remaining. Corrales loses the grip, and Caldwell will be content to
control this position until time runs out. 10-9 Caldwell (30-27
The Official Result
Darrion Caldwell def. Henry Corrales via Unanimous Decision (29-27,
30-27, 30-27) R3 5:00
The featherweight title will be on the line in the lone bout
scheduled for five rounds in the opening round of the grand prix.
Archuleta begins the contest circling on the outside while the
champ takes the center of the cage. Archuleta lands a couple low
kicks about a minute in as an extended feeling-out process has
ensued. Archuleta lands to the cup of Freire with his next kick,
and Freire is granted a brief recovery period. Archuleta loses his
balance on a head kick and then throws a wild upkick as Freire
advance. “Pitbull” avoids any damage and locks up a head lock to
threaten with a guillotine. Freire tightens the squeeze with
Archuleta crouched against the fence. Freire relinquishes the grip
with about 1:30 to go. Freire lands a knee to the chest as he
continues to control position. Another knee lands to the chest for
Freire. Archuleta attempts to hold Freire close, but the champ
frees himself and flurries with right hands from above until the
frame ends. 10-9 Freire.
A stiff right hand connects for Freire after about a minute of
inactivity. Archuleta presses forward and accidentally pokes his
opponent in the eye. Freire seems to be OK, and Archuleta gets a
quick warning. A left hook from Freire catches Archuleta as he
looks to close the distance. Archuleta shoots for a takedown and
the Brazilian defends against the fence. Freire turns his foe into
the fence. The clinch battle continues, but not a lot of action is
happening from this position. It’s been a slow paced round, and the
boo birds make a brief appearance. Freire appears content to pin
Archuleta on the fence. They separate just before the horn and
Archuleta whiffs on a rolling kick. 10-9 Freire.
Archuleta storms out and whiffs on a left hook. “The Spaniard” then
slips on a missed high kick. Freire lands a stiff counter right
hand that drops Archuleta. Freire moves in for the finishes and
dodges an upkick. Archuleta is bleeding profusely as Freire assumes
top position near the fence. Archuleta is in a seated position and
he is able to stand. The featherweights battle in the clinch before
separating, and Freire takes the center of the cage again.
Archuleta is coming up short on virtually all of his offense.
Freire times a takedown, but Archuleta defends and breaks free.
Freire lands a right hand. Archuleta is denied on a takedown.
Freire denies another takedown and cinches a tight guillotine near
the fence in the round’s waning seconds. It’s tight, but Archuleta
is saved by the bell. 10-9 Freire.
Archuleta picks up the pace, attacking with a combination. Freire
answers an onrushing Archuleta with a two-punch counter. Freire
connects with a hard leg kick, then knocks Archuleta off balance
with a left hook that lands while his foe was attempting a kick.
Freire scrambles to the back of his foe, landing knees to the
glutes. Freire maintains a rear waistlock as Archuleta stands.
Archuleta lands some elbows to the ribs as he defends the takedown.
Archuleta separates his foes hands and briefly threatens with a
guillotine before the fighters separate. Archuleta misfires on a
combination. He’s attacking with aggression, but he steps in and
eats a Freire left hook for his efforts. Freire sprawls on a
takedown from far out and threatens with a guillotine. He can’t do
anything with it before the bell, however. 10-9 Freire.
Archuleta fires a right hand but can’t connect. Freire tags
Archuleta coming in with a stiff right hand on the chin. Archuleta
backs up and Freire just misses a flying knee. Archuleta changes
levels, but Freire defends, secures underhooks and turns Archuleta
into the fence. Archuleta reverses position, and drops for a
takedown. Freire gets his underhooks in, reverses position and then
breaks free. Archuleta presses and attacks, but he can’t land
anything of significance. A short left lands for Freire. Freire is
cut now, apparently from an incidental clash of heads. Freire grabs
a leg and trips Archuleta down, but “The Spaniard” hustles up
immediately and drives “Pitbull” into the fence. Archuleta needs to
make something happen with less than a minute remaining, but the
featherweights continue to battle against the fence. Freire drops
for a takedown. He lifts Archuleta and slams him down with five
seconds left. The fight ends with Freire in top position. 10-9
Freire (50-45 Freire).
The Official Result
Patricio Freire def. Juan Archuleta via Unanimous Decision (49-46,
50-45, 49-46) R5 5:00
Machida misses on a rear left kick, but it’s a measured start as
one might expect. Mousasi attacks the lead leg of his opponent.
Machida comes forward and he’s clipped by a counter right hand from
Mousasi. Machida stumbles backward and regains his bearings.
Machida counters a low kick and Mousasi fires off a two-punch
counter. Machida avoids the worst of it. Machida throws a body kick
and Mousasi answers with a right hand. Mousasi pressures with
punches but “The Dragon” circles out of danger. The crowd at the
Forum is firmly behind Mousasi, who eats a straight left hand
counter from his opponent. Machida connects with a leg kick before
the bell. 10-9 Mousasi.
Mousasi lands an oblique kick to the lead leg of Machida. Once
again, both fighters would prefer to counter, so that makes for a
slow-paced fight at times. Mousasi forces the action and flurries
with a punching combination before Machida circles away. Mousasi
with an inside leg kick as Machida switches to a southpaw stance.
Machida finds the range on a left kick to the body. Mousasi
pressures forward but can’t find the range on his combination.
Mousasi attacks the legs of his opponent. Machida throws a body
kick and dodges a counter offering from his opponent. Machida lands
a straight left. “The Dragon” follows up with a body kick and is
countered by a Mousasi right. 10-9 Machida.
Machida steps in with a high kick, but it’s blocked. Machida lands
a body kick and Mousasi counters with a straight right. Mousasi
counters again with a right hand. Mousasi lands a low kick and an
oblique kick. Mousasi lands a side kick to the midsection of his
opponent. Mousasi blocks a kick to the liver and Machida follows
with a low kick. Machida catches Mousasi with a short left. A high
kick from Machida lands, but Mousasi catches it on the way out and
shoves his man to the floor, landing in full guard with about 1:30
to go. Machida is attempting to stay active from the bottom with
short punches, while Mousasi looks to create space for offense of
his own. Mousasi is struggling to land punches from above. Machida
is able to frame a guillotine choke with about 20 seconds
remaining. “The Dragon” squeezes as time winds down, but Mousasi is
able to survive until the bell. 29-28 Mousasi (29-28 Mousasi).
The Official Result
Gegard Mousasi def. Lyoto Machida via Split Decision (28-29, 29-28,
30-27) R3 5:00