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UFC 283 Results, Jamahal Hill Strikes his Way to a UFC Championship

UFC 283 results are in and the new Light-Heavyweight champion is, Jamahal Hill. The event went live on Pay-per-view Saturday January 23, 2022 from the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

UFC 283 Results Jamahal Hill crowned UFC light heavyweight champion



In the main event, for the UFC Light-heavyweight championship, Jamahal Hill had Glover Teixeira frustrated from his take down defense, and his ability to land strikes seemingly at will. It became obvious that Teixeira had a hard night ahead of him. The shots continued to get stuffed by Jamahal Hill and Hill continued to pour on damage from superior striking.

There were a couple of times in the fight, where it appeared that the fight would be finished by Jamahal in as early as the second round. Hills ability to keep the fight standing seriously showed the difference in striking skills between these two. All the judges must’ve agreed with that assessment as they all gave Jamahal Hill the decision with all three judges scoring it 50-44.



At the end of the fight, Glover Teixeira announced his retirement and made note of the honor he gets to share that final retirement night with Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. We thank you both for the amazing fights, inspiration and warrior spirit. Good luck in your futures.

The highly anticipated co-main event saw a unification of the flyweight belt. The fight was competitive until a punch, that possibly ended with a thumb in the eye, caused some major damage. By the third round, the damage to the eye of Figueiredo was too much for the doctor and the fight was concluded. TKO win for the unified flyweight champion Brandon Moreno. Below is Brandon Moreno’s octagon interview, and below that are the remaining UFC 283 results.

UFC 283 Results, Teixeira vs Hill

Main Card (Order the ppv on ESPN+ at 9PM CST)

Glover Teixeira #2 (33-9-0) vs Jamahal Hill #c (12-1-0) – light-heavyweight title fight – Jamahal Hill by unanimous decision

Deiveson Figueiredo #c (21-3-1) vs Brandon Moreno #c (21-6-2) – flyweight title bout – Brandon moreno by 3rd round TKO

Gilbert Burns #5 (21-5-0) vs Neil Magny #12 (27-11-0) – welterweight bout – Burns by round 1 submission

Lauren Murphy #4 (16-6-0) vs Jessica Andrade #6 (24-9-0) – women ‘s flyweight bout – Andrade by unanimous decision

Paul Craig #9 (16-6-1) vs Johnny Walker #12 (20-7-0) – light-heavyweight bout – Walker by round 1 KO

Prelims (Airing on ESPN+ at 7:00PM CST)

Mauricio Rua (27-14-1) vs Ihor Potieria (20-3-0), (+205), (205lbs) – light-heavyweight bout – Potieria by 1st round KO/TKO

Gregory Rodrigues (13-5-0) vs Bruno Ferreira (10-0-0) – middleweight bout – Ferreira by 1st round KO/TKO

Thiago Moises (17-6-0) vs Melquizael Costa (19-6-0) – lightweight bout – Moises by 2nd round submission

Gabriel Bonfim (14-0-0) vs Mounir Lazzez (11-3-0) – welterweight bout – Bonfim by 1st round submission

Early Prelims (Airing on UFC Fight Pass at 5:00pm CST)

Shamil Abdurakhimov #15 (20-8-0) vs Jalton Almeida (18-2-0) – heavyweight bout – Almeida by 2nd round KO/TKO

Luan Lacerda (12-2-0) vs Cody Stamann (21-5-1), – bantamweight bout – Stamann by unanimous decision

Ismael Bonfim (19-3-0) vs Terrance Mckinney (13-5-0) – lightweight bout – Bonfim by 2nd round KO/TKO

Warlley Alves (15-6-0) vs Nicolas Dalby (18-3-1, 1NC) – welterweight bout – Dalby by split decision

Josiane Nunes #15 (10-1-0) vs Zarah Fairn (6-5-0) – women’s featherweight bout – Nunes by unanimous decision

Saimon Oliveira (18-5-0) vs Daniel Marcos (14-0-0) – bantamweight bout – Marcos by round 2 KO/TKO

That wraps it up for the UFC 283 results, Teixeira vs Hill. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News, follow the link. Check back with us for the upcoming UFC Vegas 67, Lewis vs Spivac which goes down Sunday, February 5, 2023 from Las Vegas, NV.

As always, thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for news and current events in the world of mixed martial arts.

UFC Vegas 67 Results, Imavov vs Strickland

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The UFC Vegas 67 results have gone down and the first event of the year is in the books. The event aired on ESPN+ live with prelims at 3:00pm CST from UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV.

In the main event, Nassourdine Imavov was pitted against the last event headliner of 2022, Sean Strickland. The fight was put together on short notice when Kelvin Gastelum had to withdrawal due to an injury sustained during training. Strickland stepped in to save the headline and the fight was a go.

Strickland came out more aggressively than he did against his last match with Cannonier. It was a slug fest throughout the entire fight with Strickland being the busier fighter. Imavov’s corner knew he was behind during the championship rounds, demanding he knockout Strickland or take the loss. The fight did go the distance and Strickland found the judges supported his victory tonight.



Dan Ige vs Damon Jackson was the co-main event of UFC Vegas 67. The results for this one favored Dan Ige. After a rough first round, that was interupted by an eye poke, Ige found his moment in the second round when a left hook found its mark with under a minute left in the round. It was a big shot and a great night for Dan Ige.

Russian fighter Umar Nurmagomedov saw his stock rise, as he finished his opponent with a well placed left that shut Barcelos’ lights out. The win propels the undefeated Russian to (16-0-0). Making him a fighter worth taking notice.

UFC Vegas 67 Weigh Ins, Imavov vs Strickland

Main Card (Airing on ESPN+ at 6PM CST)

Nassourdine Imavov #12 (12-4-0) vs Sean Strickland #7 (26-5-0) – light heavyweight bout – Strickland by unanimous decision

Dan Ige #13 (16-6-0) vs Damon Jackson (22-5-1) – featherweight bout – Dan Ige by round 2 KO

Punahele Soriano (9-3-0) Roman Kopylov (10-2-0) – middleweight bout – Kopylov by round 2 KO

Ketlen Vieira #2 (13-3-0) vs Raquel Pennington #5 (15-9-0) – women’s bantamweight bout – Pennington by split decision

Umar Nurmagomedov #11 (16-0-0) vs Raoni Barcelos (17-4-0) – bantamweight bout – Umar Nurmagomedov by round 1 KO

Prelims (Airing on ESPN+ at 3:00PM CST)

Javid Basharat (14-0-0) vs Mateus Mendonca (10-1-0) – bantamweight bout – Basharat by unanimous decision

Claudio Ribeiro (10-3-0) vs Abdul Razak Alhassan (12-5-0) – middleweight bout – Alhassan by round 2 KO

Mateusz Rebecki (17-1-0) vs Nick Fiore (6-1-0) – lightweight bout – Rebecki by unanimous decision

Allan Nascimento (20-6-0) vs Carlos Hernandez (8-2-0) – flyweight bout – Nascimento by round 1 submission (rear-naked choke)

Nick Aguirre (7-1-0) vs Daniel Argueta (9-1-0) – featherweight bout – Argueta by unanimous decision

Charles Johnson (13-3-0) vs Jimmy Flick (16-6-0) – flyweight bout – Charles Johnson by round 1 TKO

That wraps it up for the UFC Vegas 67 Results, Imavov vs Strickland. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News, follow the link. Check back with us for the upcoming UFC 283 event, and find out if the UFC will finally have a crowned light-heavyweight champion. Teixeira vs Hill goes down Saturday January 21, 2023 from Rio de Janeiro.

As always, thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for news and current events in the world of mixed martial arts.

UFC Vegas 66 Results, Cannonier vs Strickland

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UFC Vegas 66 results are in. If you missed the fights this weekend then you missed your last UFC event of 2022. The fights went down from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday, December 17, 2022.

In the main event, #3 Jared Cannonier vs #7 Sean Strickland, the fight ended up going the full distance. In a back and forth competition, it seemed as if either fighter could put the finishing touches on their opponent and win the night. That punch never happened. Instead, the fighters continued to work toward a finish that would come by way of officials. In the end, it was the judges who gave a split decision victory for the #3 ranked Jared Cannonier.



The co-main event was a lightweight bout featuring #9 ranked Arman Tsarukyan vs #12 ranked Damir Ismagulov. Ismagulov found some boxing success in the first round but Tsarukyan mixed the strikes up early and found the back of his opponent and controlled the majority of the second and third rounds. The judges had this one unanimously for the #9 ranked Arman Tsarukyan. Below are the remaining UFC Vegas 66 results for Cannonier vs Strickland.

UFC Vegas 66 Results, Cannonier vs Strickland

Main Card (Airing on ESPN+ at 6PM CST)

Jared Cannonier #3 (16-6-0) vs Sean Strickland #7 (25-5-0) – middleweight bout – Cannonier by split decision

Arman Tsarukyan #9 (19-3-0) vs Damir Ismagulov #12 (24-2-0) – lightweight bout – Tsarukyan by unanimous decision

Amir Albazi #8 (16-1-0) vs Alessandro Costa #8 (11-3-0) – flyweight bout – Albazi by 3rd round KO/TKO

Alex Caceres #15 (20-13-0, 1NC) vs Julian Erosa (28-11-0) – featherweight bout – Caceres by 1st round KO/TKO

Drew Dober (26-11-0, 1NC) vs Bobby Green (29-14-1) – lightweight bout – Dober by 2nd round KO/TKO

Cody Brundage (8-3-0) vs Michal Oleksiejczuk (18-5-0) – middleweight bout – Oleksiejczuk by 1st round KO/TKO

Prelims (Airing on ESPN+ at 3:00PM CST)

Cheyanne Vlismas (7-3-0) vs Cory McKenna (8-2-0) – women’s strawweight bout – McKenna by unanimous decision

Jake Matthews (18-6-0) vs Matthew Semelsberger (11-4-0)) – welterweight bout – Semelsberger by unanimous decision

Said Nurmagomedov #15 (17-2-0) vs Saidyokub Kakhramonov (10-3-0) – bantamweight bout – Nurmagomedov by round 2 submission

Rafa Garcia (15-3-0) vs Hayisaer Maheshate (2-1-0) – lightweight bout – Garcia by unanimous decision

Bryan Battle (9-2-0) vs Rinat Fakhretdinov (20-1-0) – welterweight bout – Fakhretdinov by unanimous decision

David Dvorak #9 (20-5-0) – Manel Kape #12 (18-6-0) – flyweight bout – Kape by unanimous decision

Sergey Morozov (19-5-0) vs Journey Newson (10-4-0, 1NC) – bantamweight bout – Morozov by unanimous decision

That wraps it up for the UFC Vegas 66 Results, Cannonier vs Strickland. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News, follow the link and check back with us for the new year with elite middleweights when UFC Fight Night Imavov vs Gastelum takes place Saturday, Jan 14 2023 from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, NV.

Thanks for a great year and as always, thanks for allowing The MMA Beatdown to be your source for news and current events in the world of mixed martial arts.

UFC 282 Results, Blachowicz vs Ankalaev

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The UFC 282 results for Blachowicz vs Ankalaev are in. This Saturday’s event went down live from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The event featured a light heavyweight championship fight that would put claim to a vacated title (vacated by Jiri Prochazka after a training injury).

The main event was a wild fight. In the early rounds, Ankalaev looked to be the busier fighter. He was out-striking his opponent and looked to be getting the better of the exchanges. Blachowicz was really peppering his lead leg with great kicks that would cause Ankalaev to switch to an Orthodox stance. The leg kicks kept coming, however, and by the final round, it was an exhausted Ankalaev who allowed Blachowicz to have a 10-8 round on two judges’ scorecards. The final decision ended in a draw, leaving the light heavyweight title vacant.

The co-main event, Paddy’ The Baddy’ Pimblett vs Jared Gordon was another fight filled with controversy. In this fight, many argued that the judges got it wrong and that Gordon should have taken the decision. In what was essentially a back-and-forth close contest, Pimblett found himself the favored fighter by judges, winning each card 29-28. However, many fans and professional fighters do not agree with that outcome.

Here’s a video, courtesy of ESPN, showing former champion Daniel Cormier’s thoughts on the UFC 282 outcomes. Below the video are the remaining results.

UFC 282 Results, Blachowicz vs Ankalaev

Main Card (Aired on Pay-per-View at 9PM CST)

Jan Blachowicz #2 (29-9-1) vs Magomed Ankalaev #3 (18-1-1) – light heavyweight title bout – Draw

Paddy Pimblett (20-3-0) vs Jared Gordon (19-6-0) – lightweight bout – Pimblett by unanimous decision

Alex Morono (22-8-0) vs Santiago Ponzinibbio (30-6-0) – welterweight bout – Ponzinibbio by 3rd round KO/TKO

Darren Till #9 (18-5-1) vs Dricus Du Plessis #13 (18-2-0) – middleweight bout – Du Plessis by 3rd round submission

Bryce Mitchell #9 (15-2-0) vs Ilia Topuria #14 (13-0-0) – featherweight bout – Topuria by 2nd round submission

Prelims (Aired on ESPN2 & ESPN+ at 7:00PM CST)

Raul Rosas Jr (7-0-0) vs Jay Perrin (10-7-0) – bantamweight bout – Rosas Jr by 1st round submission

Jairzinho Rozenstruik #9 (13-4-0) vs Chris Daukaus #11 (12-6-0) – heavyweight bout – Rozenstruik by 1st round KO/TKO

Edmen Shahbazyan (12-3-0) vs Dalcha Lungiambula (11-6-0) – middleweight bout – Shahbazyan by 2nd round KO/TKO

Chris Curtis #15 (30-9-0) vs Joauin Buckley (15-6-0) – middleweight bout – Curtis by 2nd round KO/TKO

Early Prelims (Aired on UFC Fight Pass at 5:30PM CST)

Billy Quarantillo (17-4-0) vs Alexander Hernandez (13-6-0) – featherweight bout – Quarantillo by 2nd round KO/TKO

TJ Brown (17-9-0) vs Erik Silva (9-2-0) – featherweight bout – Brown by 3rd round submission

Cameron Saaiman (7-0-0) vs Steven Koslow (6-1-0) – bantamweight bout – Saaiman by 3rd round KO/TKO

That wraps it up for the UFC 282 results, Blachowicz vs Ankalaev. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News, follow the link and check back with us for the upcoming UFC Fight Night, Cannonier vs Strickland on Saturday, December 17th from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.

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UFC Orlando Results, Thompson vs Holland

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The UFC Orlando Results are in. Thompson vs Holland aired on ESPN+ December 3, 2022 live from Orlando and it was another entertaining night put on by the UFC. The main event had a lot of discussion about being possibly the fight of the year.

The main event, Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson vs Kevin ‘Trailblazer’ Holland, had fans on the edge of their seats. In the second round it appeared a Thompson spinning heel kick possibly broke Hollands right hand when he attempted to block the kick, but that’s unverified. After three rounds of action, a bazaar turn of events had the fight called for a moment but then they realized it was a groin strike and Holland was allowed to recover and the fight continued. They fought on for another round where Holland was hit with some big shots that he took in stride. However, after the forth round Holland had enough and the fight ended by way of TKO from his corner. An astounding fight by two incredible strikers.

In the co-main event, Bryan Barberena vs #7 and former UFC champion Rafael Dos Anjos, which showcased that Rafael Dos Anjos has still got it. There seemed to be no answer from Barberena for Dos Anjos’ wrestling and ultimately his submission skills as he forced the tap from Barberena early in the second round.

Here’s the official post fight announcement and ring interview for the winner. Below that are the remaining results.

Main Card (Airing on ESPN & ESPN+ at 9PM CST)

UFC Orlando Weigh Ins, Thompson vs Holland

Stephen Thompson #6 (17-6-1) vs Kevin Holland (23-9-0) – welterweight bout – Thompson by 4th round TKO

Bryan Barberena (18-9-0) vs Rafael Dos Anjos #7 (32-14-0) – welterweight bout – Dos Anjos by round 2 submission (rear naked choke)

Matheus Nicolau #6 (19-3-1) vs Matt Schnell #7 (16-7-0) – flyweight bout – Nicolau by round 2 KO/TKO

Tai Tuivasa #4 (15-5-0) vs Sergei Pavlovich #5 (17-1-0) – heavyweight bout – Pavlovich by round 1 KO/TKO

Jack Hermansson #8 (23-8-0) vs Roman Dolidze (12-1-0) – middleweight bout – Dolidze by round 2 KO/TKO

Eryk Anders (15-7-0) vs Kyle Daukaus (11-4-0, 1NC) – middleweight bout – Anders by round 2 KO/TKO

Prelims (Airing on ESPN & ESPN+ at 6:00PM CST)

Niko Price (15-7-0, 2NC) vs Phil Rowe (10-3-0) – welterweight bout – Phil Rowe by 3rd round TKO

Angela Hill #12 (15-12-0) vs Emily Ducote #13 (12-7-0) – women’s strawweight bout – Hill by unanimous decision

Clay Guida (38-19-0) vs Scott Holtzman (14-6-0) – lightweight bout – Guida by split decision

Michael Johnson (22-18-0) vs Marc Diakiese (16-6-0) – lightweight bout – Michael Johnson by unanimous decision

Darren Elkins (28-11-0) vs Jonathan Pearce (14-4-0) – featherweight bout – Pearce by unanimous decision

Tracy Cortez #13 (10-1-0) vs Amanda Ribas #9 (11-3-0) – women’s flyweight bout

Natan Levy (8-1-0) vs Genaro Valdez (10-2-0) – lightweight bout – Levy by unanimous decision

Marcelo Rojo (16-10-0) vs Francis Marshall (7-0-0) – featherweight bout – Marshall by round 2 KO

Yazmin Jauregui (10-0-0) vs Istela Nunes (6-4-0, 1NC) – women’s strawweight bout – Jauregui by round 2 TKO

That wraps it up for the UFC Orlando results, Thompson vs Holland. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News follow the link and check back with us for the upcoming UFC 282 fight card, Blachowics vs Ankalaev, for the December 10, 2022 event happening live from Las Vegas, NV.

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UFC Vegas 65 Results

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The night went off without a hitch and the UFC Vegas 65 results are in. UFC Vegas 65, Lewis vs Spivac, should have headlined the event. A non-covid, non-weight cut illness caused Lewis to pull out of the event at the last minute. The co-main event was moved up. It featured two light heavyweight fighters Nzechukwu vs Cutelaba. Kennedy Nzechukwu, the slightly favored fighter, coming off of a 3rd KO at his last showing. Ion Cutelaba was coming off of back to back losses. It was maybe not the headline the fans were after, but the fighters rose to the challenge and put on a great show.

In the first round of the main event, Ion Cutelaba looked to be the better prepared fighter. He was relentless with his takedowns and defended one from Kennedy Nzechukwu. The Nigerian, Nzechukwu, turned on the heat in the second round. The end for Cutelaba began with a knee that rocked him early in the round. Nzechukwu turned the heat up further, and after many unanswered strikes, the referee had seen enough and called it at 1:02 of round 2.

Here’s the post-fight press conference, courtesy of the UFC. The remainder of the UFC Vegas 65 results can be seen below. Some audio issues happen about halfway through Kennedy’s interview.

UFC Vegas 65 Results

Main Card (Aired on ESPN+ at 3PM CST on)

Derrick Lewis #7 (26-10-0) vs Serghei Spivac #12 (14-3-0) – heavyweight bout – cancelled due to Lewis illness

Kennedy Nzechukwu (11-3-0) vs Ion Cutelaba (16-9-1) – light heavyweight bout – Nzechukwu by 2nd round KO/TKO

Chase Sherman (16-11-0) vs Waldo Cortes Acosta (9-0-0) – heavyweight bout – Cortes Acosta by unanimous decision

Andre Fialho (16-6-0, 1NC) vs Muslim Salkhov (19-3-0) – welterweight bout – Salkhov by 3rd round KO/TKO

Jack Della Maddalena (13-2-0) vs Danny Roberts (18-7-0) – welterweight bout – Maddalena by 1st round KO/TKO

Charles Johnson (12-3-0) vs Zhalgas Zhumagulov (14-8-0) – flyweight bout – Johnson by split decision

Prelims (airing on ESPNews or ESPN+ at 1:00PM CST)

Jennifer Maia #8 (20-9-1) vs Maryna Moroz #15 (11-4-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Maia by unanimous decision

Vince Morales (11-6-0) vs Miles Johns (13-2-0) – bantamweight bout – Johns by unanimous decision

Ricky Turcios (13-3-0) vs Kevin Natividad (9-4-0) – bantamweight bout – Turcios by split decision

Vanessa Demopoulos (9-4-0) vs Maria Oliveira (13-6-0) – women’s strawweight bout – Demopoulos by unanimous decision

Brady Hiestand (7-2-0) vs Fernie Garcia (10-3-0) – bantamweight bout – Hiestand by unanimous decision

Natalia Silva (14-5-1) vs Tereza Bleda (1-1-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Silva by 3rd round KO/TKO

That wraps it up for the UFC Vegas 65 results, Lewis vs Spivac. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News follow the link and check back with us for the next event on deck, for the UFC, will be Stephen Thompson squaring off against Kevin Holland at UFC Fight Night Orlando, Saturday, Dec 3rd.

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UFC 281 Results

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The UFC 281 results are in for Adesanya vs Pereira. The event where two titles have changed hands. That’s right, Adesanya tasted defeat at the hands of Pereira an astounding third time. Weili had an outstanding performance, against the now former strawweight champion, securing a second round stoppage. It was indeed a great night for UFC and fight fans worldwide November 12th, 2022.

The first title fight, in the men’s middleweight division, featured a fighter with one of the UFC’s longest running win streaks, against a challenger that had already bested him on two other occasions (albeit in a different sport). The fight was appearing to go to the champion, in fact he nearly had the fight finished at the final second of the first round. But it was Pereira, with a late round 5 rally, who poured it on and found his opponents chin. Adesanya looked hurt but was still on his feet weaving but the referee saw enough and called a stop to the bout, at 2:01 of round 5 by TKO and new middleweight champion, Alex Pereira.

The second title fight, the women’s strawweight championship, both fighters were well positioned to hold the belt in a stacked division. The first round was a well paced back and forth with both fighters having good moments. The second round, however, had chinese fighter Weili set up a nice right hand that stunned the former champion. After an unsuccesful Esparza takedown attempt, Weili jumped on a crucifix choke and finished the submission, securing a new women’s strawweight champion.

Here’s a video of the UFC 281: Post-Fight Press Conference, courtesy of the UFC. Below that are the remaining the UFC 281 results.

UFC 281 Results: Adsanya vs Pereira

Main Card (Aired at 9PM CST on Pay-per-view)

Israel Adesanya #c, (23-2-0) vs Alex Pereira #4, (7-1-0) – middleweight title fight – Pereira by TKO in round 5

Carla Esparza #c, (20-7-0) vs Zhang Weili #2, (23-3-0) – women’s strawweight title fight – Weili by submission in round 2

Dustin Poirier #2 (29-7-0, 1NC) vs Michael Chandler #5 (23-8-0) – lightweight bout – Poirier by submission round 3

Frankie Edgar #12 (23-11-1) vs Chris Gutierrez (19-3-2) – bantamweight bout – Gutierrez by KO/TKO in round 1

Dan Hooker #12 (22-12-0) vs Claudio Puelles (13-3-0) – lightweight bout – Hooker by KO/TKO in round 2

Prelims (aired on ESPNews or ESPN+ at 7:00PM CST)

Brad Riddell (10-4-0) vs Renato Moicano (17-5-1) – lightweight bout – Moicano by submission in round 1

Dominick Reyes #7 (12-4-0) vs Ryan Spann #12 (21-7-0) – light heavyweight bout – Spann by KO/TKO in round 1

Erin Blanchfield #12 (10-1-0) vs Molly McCann #15 (13-5-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Blanchfield by submission in round 1

Andre Petroski (9-2-0) vs Wellington Turman (18-6-0) – middleweight bout – Petroski by unanimous decision

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

Matt Frevola (10-3-1) vs Ottman Azaitar (13-1-0) – lightweight bout – Frevola by KO/TKO in round 1

Karolina Kowalkiewicz (15-7-0) vs Silvana Gomez Juarez (7-5-0) – women’s strawweight bout – Kowalkiewicz by unanimous decision

Michael Trizano (11-3-0) vs Seungwoo Choi (10-6-0) – featherweight bout – Trizano by KO/TKO in round 1

Julio Arce (18-6-0) vs Montel Jackson (13-2-0) – bantamweight bout – Jackson by unanimous decision

Carlos Ulberg (8-1-0) vs Nicolae Negumereanu (13-2-0) – light heavyweight bout – Ulberg by KO/TKO in round 1

That’s it for the UFC 281 results where 2 titles have changed hands. Be sure to check back to any applicable updates of where this leaves things for the top UFC Female Fighters of all time. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News follow the link and check back with us for the next event in the UFC is .

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UFC 280 Results

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The UFC 280 Results are in and one belt has changed hands. The event was headlined by two title fights, with a large anticipation for Petr Yan vs Sean O’Malley. The event was live from Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi on October 22, 2022.

Oliveira vs Makhachev had its moments but ultimately it was Makhachev who secured a second round arm triangle, that followed a hard right hand which dropped the former champion. The win was a proud moment for Makhachev’s corner which features MMA legend Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Aljamain Sterling retained the bantamweight title after TJ Dillashaw was having issues with his left shoulder kept popping out of socket. It happened in the first round but between rounds it seemed his corner was able to reposition it into place. After it popped out again in the second round Sterling smelled blood and kept the pressure on his opponent securing a second round TKO victory.

Another huge winner for the night was the decision victory that underdog Sean O’Malley secured when he faced the number one bantamweight contender, and largely favored, Petr Yan. The fight was a grueling war that kept a back and forth pace. In the end, it was O’Malley that did enough to impress the judges in a split decision victory.

Here’s a video of the post fight press conference, courtesy of the UFC. Below that are the remaining UFC 280 Results.

UFC 280 Results

Main Card (Aired at 1PM CDT on Pay-per-view)

Charles Oliveira #1 (33-9-0, 1NC) vs Islam Makhachev #4 (23-1-0) – for vacant lightweight title – Makhachev by 2nd round submission

Aljamain Sterling #c (22-3-0) vs TJ Dillashaw #2 (18-5-0) – bantamweight title – Sterling by 2nd round KO/TKO

Petr Yan #1 (16-4-0) vs Sean O’Malley #11 (16-1-0, 1NC) – bantamweight bout – O’Malley by split decision

Beneil Dariush #6 (22-4-1) vs Mateusz Gamrot #9 (21-2-0, 1NC) – lightweight bout – Dariush by unanimous decision

Katlyn Chookagian #1 (18-5-0) vs Manon Fiorot #6 (10-1-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Fiorot by unanimous decision

Prelims (aired on ESPNews or ESPN+ at 9:30AM CDT)

Belal Muhammad #5 (22-3-0, 1NC) vs Sean Brady #8 (15-1-0) – welterweight bout – Muhammad by 2nd round KO/TKO

Makhmud Muradov (25-8-0) vs Caio Borralho (13-1-0, 1NC) – middleweight bout – Borralho by unanimous decision

Volkan Oezdemir #8 (18-7-0) vs Nikita Kyrlov #10 (29-9-0) – light heavyweight bout – Kyrlov by unanimous decision

Abubakar Nurmagomedov (17-3-1) vs Gadzhi Omargadzhiev (13-2-0) – welterweight bout – Nurmagomedov by unanimous decision

Armen Petrosyan (8-2-0) vs AJ Dobson (6-2-0, 1NC) – middleweight bout – Petrosyan by unanimous decision

Muhammad Mokaev (9-0-0) vs Malcolm Gordon (14-6-0) – flyweight bout – Mokaev by Round 3 submission

Karol Rosa #9 (16-4-0) vs Lina Lansberg #12 (10-7-0) – women’s bantamweight bout – Rosa by split decision

That’s it for the UFC 280 results. It was a great night of fights put on by the UFC. If you enjoyed this article and would like to see more UFC News and MMA entertainment then just check out the link provided.

The next UFC event on deck will be UFC Fight Night from UFC Apex in Las Vegas on October 29, 2022. The event will feature Calvin Kattar #5 against Arnold Allen #6 in the featherweight division.

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UFC Vegas 61 Results Dern vs Yan

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The UFC Vegas 61 results are in. The event took place on Saturday, December 1, 2022 from the UFC Apex Arena in Las Vegas, NV. It was a great night of action with quite a few excellent finishes.

In the main event, #5 Mackenzie Dern vs #6 Xiaonan Yan, the two went the distance and left it to the judges. Mackenzie controlled the fight on the ground and threatened Yan in many different problematic positions. Yan weathered the grappling and was clearly winning the striking. In the end it was three rounds to two for the impressive Chinese fighter Xiaonan Yan.

The co-main event of UFC Vegas 61 saw Randy ‘Rude Boy’ Brown take on MMA veteran Francisco Trinaldo in a welterweight bout. The fight was a good showing for Brown, who went on to win by unanimous decision.

Here’s a video, courtesy of the UFC, of the octagon interview that followed the main event. Below that you’ll find the remaining UFC Vegas 61 results.

UFC Vegas 61 Results

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

Mackenzie Dern #5 (12-3-0) vs Xiaonan Yan #6 (16-3-0, 1NC) – women’s strawweight bout – Yan by split decision

Randy Brown (16-4-0) vs Francisco Trinaldo (28-9-0) – welterweight bout – Brown by unanimous decision

Raoni Barcelos (17-3-0) vs Trevin Jones (13-9-1NC) – bantamweight bout – Barcelos by unanimous decision

Sodiq Yusuff #12 (13-2-0) vs Don Shainis (12-4-0) – featherweight bout – Yusuff by round 1 guillotine choke submission

Mike Davis (10-2-0) vs Viacheslav Borshchev (6-3-0) – lightweight bout – Davis by unanimous decision

Prelims (aired on ESPN + at 3:00 PM CDT)

John Castaneda (19-6-0) vs Daniel Santos (1-1-0) – catchweight bout – Santos by round 2 KO/TKO

Ilir Latifi (17-8-0) vs Aleksei Oleinik (60-17-1) – heavyweight bout – Latifi by unanimous decision

Joaquim Silva (12-4-0) vs Jesse Ronson (21-12-0) – lightweight bout – Silva by round 2 KO/TKO

Krzysztof Jotko (24-6-0) vs Brendan Allen (20-5-0) – middleweight bout – Allen by 1st round submission

Julija Stoliarenko (10-8-2) vs Chelsea Chandler (5-1-0) – catchweight bout – Chandler by round 1 KO/TKO

Guido Cannetti (10-7-0) vs Randy Costa (6-4-0) – bantamweight bout – Cannetti by round 1 submission

That’s it for the UFC Vegas 61 results. The next event on deck for the UFC will be the #5 women’s flyweight contender Alexa Grasso vs #6 flyweight Viviane Araujo at UFC Vegas 62 on Saturday, Oct 15 2022.

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UFC Vegas 60 Results

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The UFC Vegas 60 results have come to conclusion. Sandhagen defeated Song when doctors called a stop to the fight in the forth round. The event went down Saturday November 17, 2022 from the UFC Apex Arena in Las Vegas, NV.

The headliner lived up to its anticipation when two top 5 bantamweights left it all in the cage. The fight was a great back and forth but ultimately Cory Sandhagen controlled and dominated the fight. A cut opened up on Song earlier in the fight and by the time the fourth round started, the doctor’s had seen enough and called a stop to the bout.

Rodrigues likely won some fans in the co-main event. Gregory ‘Robocop’ Rodrigues took some early punishment from Njokuani in order to bring the pain. A fighter on the rise, be sure to keep an eye out for the talented Gregory Rodrigues as he looks to secure a top 10 seat in the middleweight division.

Here’s a video of the UFC press conference, courtesy of the UFC. Below the conference video are the entire UFC Vegas 60 results.

UFC Vegas 60 Results

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

Cory Sandhagen #4 (15-4-0) vs Yadong Song #10 (19-7-1) – bantamweight bout – Sandhagen by 4th round TKO (doctor’s stoppage)

Chidi Njokuani (22-8-0, 1NC) vs Gregory Rodrigues (13-4-0) – middleweight bout – Rodrigues by 2nd round KO/TKO

Andre Fili (22-9-0, 1NC) vs Bill Algeo (16-7-0) – featherweight bout – Fili by split decision

Joe Pyfer (10-2-0) vs Alen Amedovski (8-4-0) – middleweight bout – Pyfer by 1st round KO

Tanner Boser (20-9-1) vs Rodrigo Nascimento Ferreira (10-1-0) – heavyweight bout – Ferreira by Split Decision

Anthony Hernandez (10-2-0, 1NC) vs Marc-Andre Barriault (14-6-0, 1NC) – middleweight bout – Hernandez by 3rd round submission

Prelims (aired on ESPN + at 3:00 PM CDT)

Damon Jackson (22-4-1, 1NC) vs Pat Sabatini (17-4-0) – featherweight bout – Jackson by round 1 KO/TKO

Trevin Giles (15-4-0) vs Louis Cosce (7-2-0) – welterweight bout – Giles by round 3 Unanimous Decision

Denise Gomes (6-2-0) vs Loma Lookboonmee (7-3-0) – women’s strawweight bout – Lookboonmee by Unanimous Decision

Trey Ogden (16-5-0) vs Daniel Zellhuber (1-1-0) – lightweight bout – Ogden by Unanimous Decision

Mariya Agapova (10-4-0) vs Gillian Robertson (11-7-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Robertson by round 2 Submission

Tony Gravely (23-8-0) vs Javid Basharat (13-0-0) – bantamweight bout – Basharat by Unanimous Decision

Nikolas Motta (2-1-0) vs Cameron Vancamp (15-7-1) – lightweight bout – Motta by 1st round KO

That’s it for the UFC Vegas 60 results. The next event on deck for the UFC will be the #5 women’s strawweight Mackenzie Duran vs #6 Yan Xiaonan at UFC Vegas 61 on Saturday, Oct 1 2022.

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