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Ultimate Fight Night 15 Results

Welcome to’s live, round-by-round coverage of Ultimate Fight Night 15.

We’ll have quick match results available for you after each preliminary fight followed by live round-by round coverage of all main card bouts. Remember to keep refreshing this page for the most up to date results.

Preliminary Fights

Rob Kimmons vs. Dan Miller

Miller defeats Kimmons via submission with a rear-naked choke at 1:27 of Round 1.

Mike Massenzio vs. Drew McFedries

Massenzio defeats McFedries via submission with a kimura at 1:28 of Round 1.

Jason Brilz vs. Brad Morris

Brilz defeats Brad Morris via TKO (strikes) at 2:54 of Round 2.

Kyle Bradley vs. Joe Lauzon

Lauzon defeats Bradley via TKO (strikes)at 1:34 of Round 2.

Wilson Gouveia VS. Ryan Jensen

Gouveia defeats Jensen via submission with an armbar at 2:04 of Round 2.

Alessio Sakara vs. Joe Vedepo

Sakara defeats Joe Vedepo via knockout with a head kick at 1:27 of Round 1.

Every undercard fight has been finished before the third round.


Houston Alexander vs. Eric Shafer

Round 1: With seven seconds left in Round 1, Schafer was able to secure an arm triangle choke to get the submission.

Winner via submission with an arm triangle choke: Eric Shafer

Nate Diaz and Josh Neer were shown backstage walking around looking pissed.

A plug for UFC 89: Bisping vs. Leben, headlined by Michael Bisping vs. Chris Leben and Keith Jardine vs. Brandon Vera.

Alan Belcher vs. Ed Herman

Round 1: Herman got poked in the eye early but didn’t take any time to recover. The clinched against the cage with Belcher hitting Herman with knees. Back in the middle of the cage both threw punches but very few connected. With 1:24 in the round, Herman managed a get a takedown and went for a D’Arce choke, but Belcher was able to power up. Herman got him back down however and went for the D’Arce choke again to finish the round. 10-9 Herman.

Round 2: The two stayed standing again exchanging blows. Belcher hit Herman with a big left. Belcher had his right foot back, looking like he was setting up a kick but Herman followed up with some punches. Belcher hit a big overhand right and the clinched with Belcher hitting an elbow. Belcher was finally able to hit a hard leg kick and went for a second, but Herman caught him and took him down. Herman worked him for a little while but Belcher was able to get back to his feet. Belcher connected with a nice Superman punch to end the round. Close round, I score it 10-9 Belcher.

Round 3: Belcher hit a couple of kicks to the dismay of Rich Clementi, who was cornering Belcher. Clementi kept yelling ‘No Kicks’ for fear that Herman would catch Belcher and take him down. Late in the round Herman was able to take Belcher down again. Herman tried to mount but Belcher got up. Belcher hit a big kick and Herman looks exhausted. He still was able to take Belcher down again and almost got a rear naked choke. Herman got the full mount and started wailing away as the round came to a close. 10-9 Herman.

Winner via decision (scores of 29-28 Belcher, 29-28 Herman, 29-28 Belcher): Alan Belcher

Mac Danzig vs. Clay Guida

Round 1: The two traded blows for the first half of the round before Guida took Danzig down. Danzig tried to lock in a kimura from the bottom but couldn’t. They ended up back to their feet but Guida took Danzig down again. Guida got him up and slammed him to the ground again. Danzig landed a flurry of body punches before the got back up to finish the round. 10-9 Guida.

Round 2: Guida controlled the standup and got another takedown early. Guida took Danzig down a couple of more times. At the end of the round Guida took Danzig down again and had his back to end the round.

Round 3: Guida continued to dominate the fight on the ground, mostly smothering Danzig the whole round. Guida finished with a flurry of punches to seemingly get a decisive victory. 10-9 Guida.

Winner via unanimous decision (scores of 27-30, 28-29, 28-29): Clay Guida

Dana White announced that there would be a three hour fight card on Spike for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.

A preview for UFC 90 aired. That one’s going to be huge.

Nate Diaz vs. Josh Neer

Round 1: Neer took Diaz down early and threw Diaz around a couple of times. Diaz peppered Neer with punches later in the round. Diaz took Neer down with about a minute left. Diaz finished the round strong and may have stole it. 10-9 Diaz.

Round 2: Diaz came out looking confident and peppered Neer with strikes again. Diaz got a takedown. Later Neer was able to get a takedown and got Diaz’s back and was almost going to get a rear naked choke but Diaz got out. Neer continued to dominate Diaz until the last minute where the traded punches and clinched to finish the round. 10-9 Neer.

Round 3: Diaz came out swinging and they went to the ground again. Diaz was able to mount Neer and got a couple of punches. Diaz got a judo through to end the round and finished with a flurry. 10-9 Diaz.

Winner via split decision (scores of 28-29 Neer, 29-28 Diaz, 29-28 Diaz): Nate Diaz