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UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz Weigh Ins

The UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz weigh ins have gone in the books and all fighters are ready for the big show. The event goes live 8/13/2022 from the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, CA.

All 26 fighters came in at weight and nobody will be losing money to the scales this Saturday.

The main event features two top 10 bantamweights when Marlon Vera #5 takes on Dominick Cruz #8. The fight should really have possible title implications as both fighters have not suffered a loss since 2020, and both to top divisional talent.

All of the weight checks are logged below a video, courtesy of the UFC, of the ceremonial weight in.

UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz Weigh Ins

Main Card (airing at 6:00 PM CDT on ESPN & ESPN +)

Marlon Vera #5 (19-7-1), (-240), (135.5lbs) vs Dominick Cruz #8 (24-3-0), (+200), (135lbs) – bantamweight bout

Nate Landwehr (15-4-0), (+235), (145.5lbs) vs David Onama (10-1-0), (-280), (145lbs) – feathwerweight bout

Yazmin Jauregui (8-0-0), (114.5lbs) vs Jasmin Lucindo (13-4-0), (116lbs) – women’s strawweight bout

Devin Clark (13-6-0), (+125), (205lbs) vs Azamat Murzakanov (11-0-0), (-145), (204lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Priscila Cachoeira (11-4-0), (+175), (135lbs) vs Ariane Lipski (14-7-0), (-205), (135.5lbs) – women’s bantamweight bout

Bruno Silva (22-7-0), (-260), (186lbs) vs Gerald Meerschaert (34-15-0), (+220), (185lbs) – middleweight bout

Prelims (airing on ESPN & ESPN + at 3:30 PM CDT)

Angela Hill #13 (13-12-0), (+245), (119.5lbs) vs Lupita Godinez (8-2-0), (-295), (119lbs) – catchweight bout

Martin Buday (10-1-0), (266lbs) vs Lukasz Brzeski (8-1-1, 1NC), (236.5lbs) – heavyweight bout

Cynthia Calvillo #12 (9-4-1), (125.5lbs) vs Nina Nunes #9 (10-7-0), (125.5lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Gabriel Benitez (22-11-0), (-340), (155lbs) vs Charlie Ontiveros (11-8-0), (+280), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Ode’ Osbourne (11-4-0, 1NC), (-245), (125lbs) vs Tyson Nam (20-12-1), (+205), (126lbs) – flyweight bout

Jason Witt (19-8-0), (179.5lbs) vs Josh Quinlan (5-0-0), (175lbs) – catchweight bout

Youssef Zalal (10-5-0), (135.5lbs) vs D’Amon Blackshear (debut), (134lbs) – bantamweight bout

That sums it up for the UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz weigh ins. We will be updating the odds and revisions to the bouts as the UFC releases them. For all of our latest UFC News articles, results and more check the link.

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UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz Fight Card

The UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz fight card is announced and the event is ready to showcase some talent, live from the Pechanga Arena in San Diego, CA on Saturday, August 13, 2022.

The event is headlined by two top ten bantamweights when Marlon Vera #5 faces off against Dominick Cruz #8. Cruz looks to put three wins in a row since his May 2020 loss to Henry Cejudo. Marlon Vera is gunning for four in a row after his decision loss against Jose Aldo in 2020. This fight could really shake up the division.

Angela Hill vs Loopy Godinez is the co-main event of the Fight Night. Godinez is looking to put a 3 fight streak together, while Hill has lost her last three straight, one of which included Amanda Lemos, one of our Top 10 Female UFC fighters.

Here’s the UFC Free Fight video, showcasing Marlon Vera vs Rob Font at UFC 274. Below the video are the remaining fight card match ups.

UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill Results

Main Card (airing at 6:00 PM CDT on ESPN & ESPN +)

Marlon Vera #5 (19-7-1), (-190) vs Dominick Cruz #8 (24-3-0), (+160) – bantamweight bout

Angela Hill #13 (13-12-0) vs Loopy Godinez (8-2-0) – catchweight bout

Nate Landwehr (15-4-0) vs David Onama (10-1-0) – feathwerweight bout

Devin Clark (13-6-0), (+150) vs Azamat Murzakanov (11-0-0), (-175) – light heavyweight bout

Cynthia Calvillo #12 (9-4-1) vs Nina Nunes #9 (10-7-0) – women’s flyweight bout

Prelims (airing on ESPN & ESPN + at 3:30 PM CDT)


Bruno Silva (22-7-0), (-260) vs Gerald Meerschaert (34-15-0), (+220) – middleweight bout

Yazmin Jauregui (debut) vs Iasmin Lucindo (debut) – women’s strawweight bout

Martin Buday (10-1-0) vs Lukasz Brzeski (8-1-1, 1NC) – heavyweight bout

Gabriel Benitez (22-11-0) vs Charlie Ontiveros (11-8-0) – lightweight bout

Youssef Zalal (10-5-0) vs D’Amon Blackshear (debut) – bantamweight bout

Ode’ Osbourne (11-4-0, 1NC) vs Tyson Nam (20-12-1) – flyweight bout

That sums it up for the UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz fight card. We will be updating the odds and revisions to the bouts as the UFC releases them. For all of our latest UFC News articles, results and more check the link.

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UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill Results

UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill results are in and it was a great night for MMA fans. All the fights stayed out of the hands of the judges and all of the results were indisputable.

The main event was an absolute brawl. Thiago Santos and Jamahal Hill went back and forth with some great stand up, but Santos continued to push for takedowns. In the end, it was Jamahal Hill who came out with a forth round knockout in a possible fight of the year contender.

The co-main event featured a superior boxing game showcased against Luque, which was ended by a third round KO for Neal. Near the finish, Neal threw a series of uppercuts through the guard of Luque, which setup the final. A great showing for Geoff Neal.

In the Ultimate Fighter season 30, finalists put their metal to the test, but it was Mohammed Usman and Juliana Miller who would be the season 30 champions. Both stopping their competitors by KO/TKO.

Here’s a video courtesy of the UFC, of the post-fight press conference, below that are the remaining results of a night highlight reels.

UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill Results

Main Card (aired at 9:00 PM CDT on ESPN & ESPN +)

Thiago Santos #6 (22-10-0), (+260), (206lbs) vs Jamahal Hill #10 (11-1-0, 1NC), (-315), (205lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Vicente Luque #6 (21-9-1), (-190), (170.5lbs) vs Geoff Neal #13 (15-4-0), (+160), (171lbs) – welterweight bout – Neal by 3rd round KO/TKO

Mohammed Usman (9-2-0) vs Zac Pauga (6-1-0) – heavyweight bout – Usman by 2nd round KO/TKO

Brogan Walker (8-3-0) vs Juliana Miller (4-1-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Miller by 3rd round KO/TKO

Augusto Sakai #14 (15-5-1) vs Serghei Spivac (15-3-0) – heavyweight bout – Spivac by 2nd round KO/TKO

Ariane Lipski (-190), (128.5lbs)* vs Priscila Cachoeira (+160), (125.5lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Prelims (aired on ABC, ESPN & ESPN + at 6:30 PM CDT)

Sam Alvey (33-18-1, 1NC) vs Michal Oleksiejczuk (17-5-0, 1NC) – middleweight bout – Oleksiejczuk by 1st round KO/TKO

Terrance McKinney (13-4-0) vs Erick Gonzalez (14-7-0) – lightweight bout – McKinney by 1st round submission

Bryan Battle (9-1-0) vs Takashi Sato (16-7-0) – welterweight bout – Battle by 1st round KO

Cory McKenna (7-2-0) vs Miranda Granger (7-3-0) – women’s strawweight bout – McKenna by 2nd round submission

Mayra Bueno Silva (9-2-1) vs Stephanie Egger (7-3-0) – women’s bantamweight bout – Bueno Silva by 1st round submission

That’s it for the UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill results. Thanks for checking into The MMA Beatdown for the UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill results.

Be sure to check back in for next event when UFC Fight Night Vera vs Cruz goes down in San Diego from the Pechanga Arena at our UFC news page.

UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill Weigh In Results

The UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill weigh in results are done and the event is ready to go live Saturday, August 6, 2022 live from the UFC APEX arena in Las Vegas, NV.

The main event for this fight card will feature two top ten light heavyweights when Thiago Santos #6 faces off against Jamahal Hill #10. This should shake up the division and with a serious showing, could lead to title contention, currently being held by Jiri Prochazka.

The Ultimate Fighter season 30 finalists will also go to war for a UFC contract when Mohammed Usman (Kamaru Usman’s little brother) faces off against Zac Pauga, and Brogan Walker takes on Juliana Miller. The coaches had their competition now its time for the new blood in the sport to have their day.

All of the fighters, with the exception of Ariane Lipski made their targeted weight. Lipski missed the mark but will continue with the competition and take a 20% pay cut of her final fight purse.

Here’s the UFC Vegas 59 weigh in highlights, courtesy of the UFC. Below the highlights video are the remaining weigh in results.

UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill Weigh In Results

Main Card (airing at 9:00 PM CDT on ESPN & ESPN +)

Thiago Santos #6 (22-10-0), (+260), (206lbs) vs Jamahal Hill #10 (10-1-0, 1NC), (-315), (205lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Vicente Luque #6 (21-8-1), (-190), (170.5lbs) vs Geoff Neal #13 (14-4-0), (+160), (171lbs) – welterweight bout

Mohammed Usman (8-2-0), (+220), (236.5lbs) vs Zac Pauga (6-0-0), (-260), (239lbs) – heavyweight bout

Brogan Walker (8-2-0), (+105), (125.5lbs) vs Juliana Miller (3-1-0), (-125), (125lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Augusto Sakai #14 (15-4-1), (+240), (260lbs) vs Serghei Spivac (14-3-0), (-285), (249.5lbs) – heavyweight bout

Ariane Lipski (-190), (128.5lbs)* vs Priscila Cachoeira (+160), (125.5lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Prelims (airing on ABC, ESPN & ESPN + at 6:30 PM CDT)

Sam Alvey (33-17-1, 1NC), (+460), (186lbs)* vs Michal Oleksiejczuk (16-5-0, 1NC), (-610), (185.5lbs) – middleweight bout

Terrance McKinney (12-4-0), (-850), (155.5lbs) vs Erick Gonzalez (14-6-0), (+600), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Bryan Battle (8-1-0), (-285), (171lbs) vs Takashi Sato (16-6-0), (+240), (170.5lbs) – welterweight bout

Cory McKenna (6-2-0), (-180), (115.5lbs) vs Miranda Granger (7-2-0), (+155), (115.5lbs) – women’s strawweight bout

Mayra Bueno Silva (8-2-1), (+100), (135.5lbs) vs Stephanie Egger (7-2-0), (-120), (134.5lbs) – women’s bantamweight bout

That’s it for the UFC Fight Night Santos vs Hill weigh ins. Don’t forget to tune into ESPN + and see the conclusion of the Ultimate Fighter finals and find out who may be the next competitor to challenge for the light heavyweight crown.

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UFC 277 Results

The UFC 277 results have come to conclusion from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX. Saturday, July 30, 2022 Amanda Nunes recaptured the crown and Brandon Moreno secured an interim title.

That’s right, Julianna Pena was not able to secure her first title defense when “The Lioness” took Pena to the clinic. In the second round Nunes dropped Pena on three occasions with strikes. If that weren’t enough Nunes found success on 6 out of 8 takedown attempts. Nobody was disputing the judges decisions on this fight. Check the impact to our top 10 Female UFC Fighters article.

Brandon Moreno will meet Deiveson Figueiredo after his third round TKO over #2 ranked opponent Kai Kara France. The fight was close leading into the third round and it was going in France’s favor until a Moreno liver kick found its mark and subsequent follow up had Herb Dean calling it 4:34 of round 3.

Here’s the post fight press conference, courtesy of the UFC. Below that are all the nights matchup results.

UFC 277 Results

Main Card (aired at 9:00 PM CDT on PPV via ESPN +)

Julianna Pena #c (12-5-0) vs Amanda Nunes #1 (22-5-0) – women’s bantamweight title bout – Nunes by unanimous decision

Brandon Moreno #1 (20-6-2) vs Kai Kara France #2 (24-10-0, 1NC) – flyweight interim title bout – Moreno by 3rd round KO/TKO

Derrick Lewis #5 (26-10-0, 1NC) vs Sergei Pavlovich #11 (16-1-0) – heavyweight bout – Pavlovich by 1st round KO

Alexandre Pantoja #4 (25-5-0) vs Alex Perez #6 (24-7-0) – flyweight bout – Pantoja by 1st round submission

Magomed Ankalaev #4 (18-1-0) vs Anthony Smith #5 (36-17-0) – light heavyweight bout – Ankalaev by 2nd round KO/TKO

Prelims (aired on ABC, ESPN & ESPN + at 7:00 PM CDT)

Alex Morono (22-7-0, 1NC) vs Matthew Semelsberger (10-4-0) – welterweight bout – Morono by unanimous decision

Drew Dober (25-11-0, 1NC) vs Rafael Alves (20-11-0), – lightweight bout – Dober by 3rd round KO/TKO

Don’tale Mayes (10-5-0) vs Hamdy Abdelwahab (1-0-0) – heavyweight bout – Abdelwahab by split decision

Drakkar Klose (13-2-1) vs Rafa Garcia (14-3-0) – lightweight bout – Klose by unanimous decision

Early Prelims (aired on UFC Fight Pass at 5:00 PM CDT)

Michael Morales (14-0-0) vs Adam Fugitt (8-3-0) – welterweight bout – Morales by 3rd round KO/TKO

Joselyne Edwards (12-4-0) vs Ji Yeon Kim (9-6-2) – women’s bantamweight bout – Edwards by split decision

Nicolae Negumereanu (13-1-0) vs Ihor Potieria (1-1-0) – light heavyweight bout – Negumereanu by 2nd round KO/TKO

Orion Cosce (8-1-0) vs Mike Diamond (3-2-0) – welterweight bout – Cosce by unanimous decision

That sums it up for the UFC 277 Results. If you like the UFC Pena vs Nunes results post and want to find more of our UFC News articles, results and more check the link.

Get ready for the next UFC event on Aug 6th when Thiago Santos #6 fights Jamahal Hill #10 in the light heavyweight division from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Thanks for checking in with The MMA Beatdown, and allowing us to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.

UFC 277 Weigh Ins

The UFC 277 weigh ins have concluded and only two fighters missed weight, both were in the prelim line up. Other than that, the fighters are primed and ready to put on a show this Saturday, July 30th.

The main event for the card are the UFC Ultimate Fighter coaches, and championship rivals, Juliana Pena vs Amanda Nunes. Pena upset the former champion when she submitted Nunes at UFC 269. Neither fighter has fought since, making this Pena’s first title defense.

Also on the card, the co-main event of the night, are top flyweights #1 Brandon Moreno vs #2 Kai Kara France for the interim flyweight title. The title was vacated by Deiveson Figueiredo when a miscommunication occurred which over stated the seriousness of an injury. Undoubtedly, the title will be unified after the conclusion of the nights bout.

Here’s a video of the weigh ins, courtesy of the UFC. Below that are the rest of the matches weigh in results.

UFC 277 Weigh Ins

Main Card (airing at 9:00 PM CDT on PPV via ESPN +)

Julianna Pena #c (12-4-0), (+230), (134.5lbs) vs Amanda Nunes #1 (21-5-0), (-275), (135lbs) – women’s bantamweight title bout

Brandon Moreno #1 (19-6-2), (-205), (124.5lbs) vs Kai Kara France #2 (24-9-0, 1NC), (+175), (124.5lbs) – flyweight interim title bout

Derrick Lewis #5 (26-9-0, 1NC), (+105), (264.5lbs) vs Sergei Pavlovich #11 (15-1-0), (-125), (254.5lbs) – heavyweight bout

Alexandre Pantoja #4 (24-5-0), (-165), (125.5lbs) vs Alex Perez #6 (24-6-0), (+140), (125.5lbs) – flyweight bout

Magomed Ankalaev #4 (17-1-0), (-475), (206lbs) vs Anthony Smith #5 (36-16-0), (+380), (206lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Prelims (airing on ABC, ESPN & ESPN + at 7:00 PM CDT)

Alex Morono (21-7-0, 1NC), (+135, (171lbs) vs Matthew Semelsberger (10-3-0), (-155), (171lbs) – welterweight bout

Drew Dober (24-11-0, 1NC), (-205), (155.5lbs) vs Rafael Alves (20-10-0), (+175), (155.5lbs) – lightweight bout

Don’tale Mayes (10-4-0), (+160), (255lbs) vs Hamdy Abdelwahab (debut), (-190), (264.5lbs) – heavyweight bout

Drakkar Klose (12-2-1), (155.5lbs) vs Rafa Garcia (14-2-0), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Early Prelims (airing on UFC Fight Pass at 5:00 PM CDT)

Michael Morales (13-0-0), (+230), (l170.5bs) vs Adam Fugitt (8-2-0), (-275), (171lbs) – welterweight bout

Joselyne Edwards (11-4-0), (-130), (137.5lbs)* vs Ji Yeon Kim (9-5-2), (+110), (135lbs) – women’s bantamweight bout

Nicolae Negumereanu (12-1-0), (205lbs) vs Ihor Potieria (1-0-0), (204lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Orion Cosce (7-1-0), (172.5lbs)** vs Mike Diamond (3-1-0), (169.5lbs) – welterweight bout

That’s it for the UFC 277 weigh ins results. All fighters made weight minus the two on the preliminary card, Orion Cosce and Joselyne Edwards, who both missed by 1.5 pounds. Each fighter will forefeit 20 percent of their purse.

Thanks for checking into The MMA Beatdown for the UFC 277 weigh ins. Be sure to check back in for results and more UFC happenings at our UFC news.

UFC 277 Embedded VLog

The forth installment of the UFC 277 Embedded VLog series was released today. The four installments are listed below, for the upcoming UFC 277 Pena vs Nunes which goes down Saturday, July 30, 2022 in Dallas, TX at 9:00 PM CDT. Order here on ESPN+.

Also battling for the UFC interim flyweight championship are the top two contenders in the division, #1 Brandon Moreno vs #2 Kai Kara France. Check here for the remaining UFC 277 fight card.

That’s it for the UFC 277 Embedded VLog series. The main events should be explosive, when two titles are on the line. Check back to our UFC News page for all the event results and more.

Thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment. See you at the weigh ins!

UFC 277 Fight Card

The UFC 277 fight card is set for the next event taking place July 30, 2022 live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

The event will headline a title match between the two Ultimate Fighter coaches Juliana Pena and Amanda Nunes for Pena’s current women’s bantamweight title. Both women have been featured in our Top 10 Female UFC Fighters article.

The co-main event of the evening will be for the flyweight interim title. The belt has been held by Deiveson Figueiredo, but due to an injury that was incorrectly processed the belt was put into interim status for this co-main event which will likely lead to the winner unifying the titles against Figueiredo.

Here’s the UFC 277 Countdown video, courtesy of the UFC, below that is the entire fight card.

UFC 277 Fight Card

Main Card (airing at 9:00 PM CDT on PPV via ESPN +)

Julianna Pena #c (12-4-0), (+230) vs Amanda Nunes #1 (21-5-0), (-275) – women’s bantamweight title bout

Brandon Moreno #1 (19-6-2), (-195) vs Kai Kara France #2 (24-9-0, 1NC), (+165) – flyweight interim title bout

Derrick Lewis #5 (26-9-0, 1NC), (-120) vs Sergei Pavlovich #11 (15-1-0), (+100) – heavyweight bout

Alexandre Pantoja #4 (24-5-0), (-155) vs Alex Perez #6 (24-6-0), (+135) – flyweight bout

Magomed Ankalaev #4 (17-1-0), (-435) vs Anthony Smith #5 (36-16-0), (+350) – light heavyweight bout

Prelims (airing on ABC, ESPN & ESPN + at 7:00 PM CDT)

Alex Morono (21-7-0, 1NC), (+140) vs Matthew Semelsberger (10-3-0), (-165) – welterweight bout

Drew Dober (24-11-0, 1NC), (-225) vs Rafael Alves (20-10-0), (+190) – lightweight bout

Justin Tafa (5-3-0), (+160) vs Don’tale Mayes (10-4-0), (-190) – heavyweight bout

Diego Ferreira #15 (17-5-0) vs Drakkar Klose (12-2-1) – lightweight bout

Early Prelims (airing on UFC Fight Pass at 5:00 PM CDT)

Ramiz Brahimaj (10-4-0), (+230) vs Michael Morales (13-0-0), (-275) – welterweight bout

Ji Yeon Kim (9-5-2) vs Mariya Agapova (10-3-0) – women’s bantamweight bout

Nicolae Negumereanu (12-1-0) vs Ihor Potieria (1-0-0) – light heavyweight bout

Orion Cosce (7-1-0) vs Blood Diamond (3-1-0) – welterweight bout

That sums it up for the UFC 277 fight card. All of our UFC News articles, results and more can be found at the link. Hopefully with the quality of this card, we can put the last fight night main event out of our minds.

The Ultimate Fighter coaches square off at UFC 277 Pena vs Nunes. Nearly every fighter on the main card is in the top 10 of their divisions. It should be a great night, barring any freak accidents.

Thanks for checking in with The MMA Beatdown, and allowing us to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.

UFC London Results

The UFC London Results are in, Blaydes vs Aspinall has come to an anti-climactic conclusion. The event went down Saturday, July 23 from the O2 Arena in London.

Chris Curtis vs Tom Aspinall was the main event. The fight was just getting started within the first 20 seconds of the first round Aspinall took a bad step or something and his knee gave out causing the fight to be over… Surely this will be ran back but time will tell.

Jack Hermansson kept the fight standing in the co-main event against Chris Curtis. Curtis was extremely frustrated through the fight as Hermansson’s game plan appeared to be a surprise for Curtis, and enough to get him the unanimous decision.

Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt had a bit of back and forth first round, where it became evident Pimblett wanted to stand and Leavitt wanted to grapple. The second round began and after they continued implementing each strategy, Pimblett found himself able to secure a rear naked choke after some transition.

Molly McCann came out with a big first round KO victory over her opponent Hannah Goldy. At 3:52 of the first round Molly had secured her knockout victory with nearly no time spent on the matt due to excellent take down defense. It was her striking, however, that setup Goldy for the knockout and added another spinning elbow to her highlight reel.

Nearly all of the fights in the prelims went to the judges except for one. Jonathan “JSP” Pearce showcased some defense on the ground and ended up getting the KO/TKO in R2 when he poured on the damage against Makwan Amirkhani in a featherweight bout.

Here’s the UFC London Post fight press conference, courtesy of the UFC, below that are all the events results.

UFC Fight Night Blaydes vs Aspinall Results

Main Card (aired at 1:00 PM CDT on ESPN and ESPN +)

Curtis Blaydes #4 (17-3-0, 1NC) vs Tom Aspinall #6 (12-3-0) – heavyweight bout – Blaydes by 1st round TKO

Jack Hermansson #8 (23-7-0) vs Chris Curtis #9 (29-9-0) – middleweight bout – Hermansson by unanimous decision

Paddy Pimblett (19-3-0) vs Jordan Leavitt (10-2-0) – lightweight bout – Pimblett by 2nd round submission

Nikita Kyrlov #11 (28-9-0) vs Alexander Gustafsson (18-8-0) – light heavyweight bout – first round KO/TKO

Molly McCann (13-4-0) vs Hannah Goldy (6-3-0) – women’s flyweight bout – McCann by 1st round KO/TKO

Paul Craig #8 (16-5-1) vs Volkan Oezdemir #9 (-18-6-0) – light heavyweight bout – Oezdemir by unanimous decision

Prelims (aired on ESPN & ESPN + at 10:00 AM CDT)

Mason Jones (11-2-0, 1NC) vs Ludovit Klein (19-4-0) – lightweight bout – Klein by unanimous decision

Marc Diakiese (16-5-0) vs Damir Hadzovic (14-7-0) – lightweight bout – Diakiese by unanimous decision

Nathaniel Wood (18-5-0) vs Charles Rosa (14-8-0) – featherweight bout – Wood by unanimous decision

Makwan Amirkhani (17-8-0) vs Jonathan Pearce (13-4-0) – featherweight bout – Pearce with 2nd round KO/TKO

Muhammad Mokaev (8-0-0, 1NC) vs Charles Johnson (0-1) – flyweight bout – Mokaev by unanmious decision

Jair Herbert (12-4-0) vs Kyle Nelson (13-5-0) – lightweight bout – Herbert by unanimous decision

Mandy Bohm (7-2-0, 1NC) vs Victoria Leonardo (9-5-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Leonard by unanimous decision

Claudio Silva (14-4-0) vs Nicolas Dalby (17-3-1, 1NC) – welterweight bout – Dalby by unanimous decision

That sums it up for the UFC London Results. If you like the UFC Blaydes vs Aspinall results post and want to find more of our UFC News articles, results and more check the link.

Get ready for the next UFC event on July 30th when the Ultimate Fighter coaches square off at UFC 277 Pena vs Nunes. Thanks for checking in with The MMA Beatdown, and allowing us to be your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and entertainment.







UFC Fight Night Blaydes vs Aspinall Weigh Ins

UFC Fight Night Blaydes vs Aspinall weigh ins have come to a close. All 28 fighters made weight for the event and all the fighters will pursue the full earnings of their matches.

Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett came in and mooned the cameras in light of everyone that tried to fat shame him. Check out the weigh in video below, courtesy of the UFC.

UFC Fight Night Blaydes vs Aspinall Weigh Ins

Main Card (airing at 1:00 PM CDT on ESPN and ESPN +)

Curtis Blaydes #4 (16-3-0, 1NC), (+110), (260lbs) vs Tom Aspinall #6 (12-2-0), (-130), (251lbs) – heavyweight bout

Jack Hermansson #8 (22-7-0), (-115), (186lbs) vs Chris Curtis #9 (29-8-0), (-105), (186lbs) – middleweight bout

Paddy Pimblett (18-3-0), (-245), (156lbs) vs Jordan Leavitt (10-1-0), (+205), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Nikita Kyrlov #11 (27-9-0), (-200), (204lbs) vs Alexander Gustafsson (18-7-0), (+170), (205lbs) – light heavyweight bout

Molly McCann (12-4-0), (-390), (125.5lbs) vs Hannah Goldy (6-2-0), (+320), (125lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Paul Craig #8 (16-4-1), (+135), (206lbs) vs Volkan Oezdemir #9 (-17-6-0), (-155), (205.5lbs)

Prelims (airing on ESPN & ESPN + at 10:00 AM CDT)

Mason Jones (11-1-0, 1NC), (-345), (155.5lbs) vs Ludovit Klein (18-4-0) (+285), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Marc Diakiese (15-5-0), (-330), (156lbs) vs Damir Hadzovic (14-6-0), (+275), (156lbs) – lightweight bout

Nathaniel Wood (17-5-0), (-560), (145.5lbs) vs Charles Rosa (14-7-0), (+430), (145lbs) – featherweight bout

Makwan Amirkhani (17-7-0), (+170), (145.5lbs) vs Jonathan Pearce (12-4-0), (-200), (145lbs) – featherweight bout

Muhammad Mokaev (7-0-0, 1NC), (126lbs) vs Charles Johnson (debut), (125.5lbs) – flyweight bout

Jair Herbert (11-4-0), (-275), (155lbs) vs Kyle Nelson (13-4-0), (+230), (155lbs) – lightweight bout

Mandy Bohm (7-1-0, 1NC), (-130), (125lbs) vs Victoria Leonardo (8-5-0), (+110), (125.5lbs) – women’s flyweight bout

Claudio Silva (14-3-0), (+210), (170.5lbs) vs Nicolas Dalby (16-3-1, 1NC), (-250), (170lbs) – welterweight bout

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