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“UFC On FX: Guillard Vs. Miller” Results

Welcome to’s live coverage of UFC On FX: Guillard vs. Miller. Tonight’s fight card comes to us live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The main card will air live on FX while the preliminary card will air on FUEL TV.

Now, on to the action! We’ll have live round-by round coverage of all preliminary and main card bouts updated every few minutes. Remember to keep refreshing this page for the most up to date results.


Joseph Sandoval vs. Nick Denis

Round 1: Denis comes out firing with a some serious blows. Denis with a series of elbows and this is it as Sandoval drops to the ground. Denis just walks away from a falling Sandoval. Denis landed three consecutive right elbows, all around the left side of Sandoval’s head.

Nick Denis defeated Joseph Sandoval via knockout at :22 of round one

Pat Schilling with “Shipping Up to Boston” by the Dropkick Murphys for his entrance, while Daniel Pineda selects “It’s a Fight” by Three 6 Mafia. That alone shows you just how diverse the UFC is. Mario Yamasaki the referee in charge.

Daniel Pineda vs. Pat Schilling

Round 1: Plenty of nervous energy from both Pineda and Schilling to start, as both are making their UFC debuts. Pineda rocks Schilling after the two swing wildly and miss. Pineda takes it to the ground and is in full mount, landing lefts to the head of Schilling. Pineda takes the back, Schilling is eating punches. Pineda has the rear-naked choke locked in and Schilling is forced to tap.

Daniel Pineda defeated Pat Schilling via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:37 of round one

Tommy Hayden walking out to “Wild Side” by Crue, while Fabricio Camoes selects “Memories” by David Guetta. The referee in charge is Josh Rosenthal for this lightweight bout.

Fabricio Camoes vs. Tommy Hayden

Round 1: Feeling out period early, as Hayden lands a leg kick. Pair of strikes miss by Hayden, while Camoes fails with an overhand right. More leg kicks connect from Hayden, who is very crisp with his strikes. Hayden takes the back of Camoes, who is working on a kimura himself. The two come back to their feet, as Hayden eats a knee and takes him to the ground. Hayden with no interest in a ground game, allowing Camoes to get right back up. Camoes shoots in and grabs a leg, working to get hooks in and take the back. Hayden rolls to half-guard control, throwing short strikes to the head. Camoes goes for another submission, but Hayden pulls out. Camoes with a sweep and he is in control, landing with a big fist. Camoes takes the back, looking for a rear-naked choke. Camoes seems to have it in, taps twice but the referee ignores it. A third time is the charm, as Camoes claims the victory by submission.

Fabricio Camoes defeated Tommy Hayden via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:03 of round one

Daniel Roberts out to “Death Rides a Horse,” while Charlie Brenneman selects Trace Adkins’ “Whoop A Man’s Ass.” Herb Dean gets his first match of the night as the third man inside the Octagon.

Charlie Brenneman vs. Daniel Roberts

Round 1: Brenneman moving very nicely, lands a quick jab. Roberts comes back with a nice strike, but Brenneman scores with the takedown. Brenneman in control now, moving to side mount. Strikes to the body and head of Brenneman, followed by big rights to the top of the head of Roberts. Brenneman in full control of this fight right now, as Roberts can’t do anything from this position. More punches to the face and Brenneman puts a clamp on Roberts’ head. Roberts trying to work his way up, but Brenneman is able to push him back to the mat. Roberts seems frustrated by Brenneman, as the former college wrestler is easily winning this round. Blows to the body of Roberts by Brenneman, and we are going to the second round for the first time tonight.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Brenneman

Round 2: Roberts locks in a submission by grabbing the neck, but Brenneman quickly gains control by falling on top of Roberts. Brenneman into side control, as the referee warns them to work for the first time. Back to side control for Brenneman, followed up by punches to the head of Roberts. Brenneman is really connecting with blows to the head and face. Roberts is trying to work for a submission, but the power of Brenneman is keeping him from locking anything in. Dean stands them up after seeing enough, giving Roberts a chance to get off his back. Brenneman shoots in for a single-leg takedown, as Roberts tries fighting it off and begins landing elbows to the head. Brenneman flips himself, but Roberts takes the back after missing on a armbar. Triangle choke attempt by Roberts but the clock runs out on the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Brenneman

Round 3: Trip by Brenneman and we are back to the ground, with Brenneman in complete control again. Brenneman landing strikes as Dean warns them again to keep working. The added weight of Brenneman on Roberts is wearing him out, as Brenneman lands with more short strikes to the head. Knees to the body by Brenneman connect, as he remains in side control. Dean stands them up as Brenneman tries moving to full mount. Roberts in for a takedown attempt of his own, but Brenneman controls the head and moves into mount. Dean continues to warn them to work, as Brenneman is just keeping Roberts on the ground, not allowing him any attempts at a submission. Roberts locks in on Brenneman’s arm with a kimura, bending it in a very bad position, but the clock runs out.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Brenneman

Charlie Brenneman defeated Daniel Roberts via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Khabib Nurmagomedov selects “Rise Score Suite” by A&J Music Productions, while Kamal Shalorus goes with “I Won’t Back Down” by Johnny Cash. On a personal note, a great selection by Shalorus. The referee in charge will be Mario Yamasaki.

Kamal Shalorus vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov

Round 1: Shalorus quickly takes the Octagon, as Nurmagomedov looks to have a case of first UFC fight jitters. Shalorus with a big left that connects to the face, but Nurmagomedov pushes through and takes control. Shalorus with a big knee, followed by another and the two separate. Shalorus just stalking Nurmagomedov now, lands another right. Big leg kick to the head by Shalorus, as Nurmagomedov’s strikes don’t seem to be fazing him at all. Shalorus switching stances and dropping levels with his strikes. Nurmagomedov finally lands a left, as he seems to be getting comfortable now. Pair of kicks by Shalorus and a strike to the left side of his body. Nurmagomedov drops Shalorus to the ground, attacking and landing with several big strikes to the head. Nurmagomedov’s dropping of Shalorus rocked the Octagon, as Nurmagomedov moves into side control. Nurmagomedov takes the back, moves into side mount with ease, moving quickly all around the mat. Nurmagomedov with more strikes, including an upper cut that just misses. Shalorus seems to have regained his composure, as the two trade strikes to end the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Khabib Nurmagomedov

Round 2: Shalorus takes back control of the Octagon, missing with a big right hand. Nurmagomedov works in on a single-leg, getting Shalorus to the ground. Nurmagomedov trying to get into side mount, but the power of Shalorus seems to be giving him problems now. The ref stands them up, Nurmagomedov shoots in and works to side mount once again. On the ground, this fight belongs to Nurmagomedov, but he hasn’t been able to do much damage while there. Front headlock attempt into a possible submission fails by Nurmagomedov, but he uses his speed to get back on top of Shalorus. Another stand-up by Yamasaki, as Nurmagomedov fires in a right. Shalorus looks to be trying for a one-punch knockout, but the speed of Nurmagomedov isn’t allowing for it. Series of strikes back Shalorus up as the round ends.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Khabib Nurmagomedov

Round 3: Shalorus seems to be confused at how many rounds are left, asking his corner twice if this was the final round. Nurmagomedov has no nerves at all now, moving like a veteran of the UFC. No chance at a takedown attempt by Shalorus, and he seems very frustrated. Shalorus working for a choke after Nurmagomedov takes him to the mat with a single-leg. Punches to the face and body by Nurmagomedov are taking a toll on Shalorus’ face now. Full-mount by Nurmagomedov, as he tries for a choke, getting it locked in and Shalorus taps out.

Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Kamal Shalorus via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:08 of round three

Eric Schafer enters the Octagon to “How You Like Me Now” by The Heavy, while Jorge Rivera selects “Cracks” by Freestylers for his retirement bout. The referee in charge will be Herb Dean.

Jorge Rivera vs. Eric Schafer

Round 1: Schafer pushes the action, taking Rivera to the ground. Schafer keeps him there with a bodylock and tries working into side control. Schafer now in side mount, lands a punch right to the face and follows it up with short elbows to the side of the head. Rivera reverses out and the two are back on the feet. Schafer pushes Rivera against the cage, landing a knee, a couple of strikes and takes him to the ground once again. Schafer controls the head and pushes Rivera back to the ground. Neither fighter doing much damage to the other one right now. Schafer almost launched a knee to Rivera, who was still on the ground, but caught himself and went into side mount again. Rivera reverses and gets on top, but Schafer tries for a submission as the round comes to an end.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Eric Schafer

Round 2: Rivera with a big right hand, as Schafer shoots in again, pushing Rivera up against the Octagon. Rivera pulls away from Schafer, turns around and lands a big strike, following up with several more shots to the head. Rivera looks to have found another gear, landing several big blows to Schafer, who is curling up in a ball as Dean calls an end to the bout, giving Rivera a win in his retirement fight over Schafer.

The crowd begins chanting, “Jorge, Jorge,” as he shows them his appreciation. Rivera kisses the mat, as well, following the win.

Jorge Rivera defeated Eric Schafer via TKO (punches) at 1:31 of round two


Christian Morecraft selects “Head Crusher” by Megadeth for his entrance to begin the main card on FX Network, while Pat Barry goes with “Singin’ in the Rain” by Mint Royle. The two embrace inside the Octagon after Barry’s entrance. Herb Dean is the referee for this heavyweight clash.

Pat Barry vs. Christian Morecraft

Round 1: Morecraft with a left that pushes Barry back to start the action, and Morecraft catches a leg kick and goes to the back of Barry. Morecraft looking for a submission just a minute in, as he takes the back and pushes on Barry’s neck. Barry stands up, and the two face off in the center of the Octagon. Barry connects with a jab, followed by a leg kick and another jab. Morecraft feeling out the distance advantage he has, pushes his weight into Barry and takes him down off the cage. Morecraft into full mount, but flips himself. Morecraft lands on the back of Barry, grabs his right arm and works for a submission. Barry gets out, avoids the submission and the two face off again. Barry with a big strike that drops Morecraft, and “HD” follows up with punches on the ground before Dean steps in to end it. A left hook dropped Morecraft, sending him down “Mike Tyson-style” as Kenny Florian exclaims.

Pat Barry defeated Christian Morecraft via knockout (punches) at 3:38 of round one

Jared Papazian steals Jose Aldo’s entrance music by selecting “Run This Town” by Jay-Z and Rihanna, while Mike Easton energetic entrance is highlighted by “Miracles” from Mambo Sauce. Mario Yamasaki is the referee for this one. Easton hasn’t taken his eyes off of Papazian since entering the Octagon. Papazian goes with the throat slash, while Easton “Hulks” up.

Mike Easton vs. Jared Papazian

Round 1: Thai clinch, strikes, after strikes, after strikes from both men to start, as Easton pushes Papazian against the cage. Easton with a knee, but it allows Papazian to place Easton against the fence. More knees to the body by Easton, as Papazian frees himself. Papazian with a big left, but Easton walks through it. Exchange of leg kicks, and the two continue to square off. Papazian with a sweeping left hook that misses, and Easton misses with a leg kick. More quick exchanges of short strikes, as Papazian goes with a leg sweep. Easton with a nice combo and a leg kick that backs Papazian up. Spinning back kick by Easton and another left that connects to Papazian’s face. Leg kick again by Easton, as the two tie up again as the buzzer sounds.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Mike Easton

Round 2: Easton stalking, and he connects with a left hook. The two exchange once again, walking through each others punches. Easton with a kick and a straight jab that rocked Papazian back. Papazian, though, regroups and pushes Easton against the fence. The ref steps in and separates them, as Easton throws another combo followed by a second combo. Spinning back kick by Papazian doesn’t do much damage, as Easton blocks part of it. Easton gets a takedown with just over a minute left and goes to work on top, sliding into side control and tying Papazian’s arm behind his back. Papazian gets up without having much damage inflicted. Papazian shoots in at the end of the round, but Easton winds up on top.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Mike Easton

Round 3: Easton with another combo to start, adding in a leg kick, as well. Easton and Papazian stand and trade, connecting with several strikes. Papazian holds him against the fence and Yamasaki separates them, as Papazian took a knee to the groin. Strong left for Papazian, along with a leg kick. Easton goes for a trip takedown, but Papazian fights it off. Easton lands, while Papazian misses wildly. Standing and trading again, with neither man willing to give an inch. Papazian connects with lefts and rights, but Easton doesn’t falter, landing his own right to the head. Upper cut by Papazian, while Easton follows with a right and left combo. Just two minutes left, as neither fighter seems to be tired at all. Papazian blocks the leg kick and fires off more strikes. Easton trips Papazian downs and he eats a right while coming back up. A minute left, and Papazian pushes Easton against the cage. Papazian lands with more strikes to the head, but he doesn’t have much power in them until another upper cut connects. Easton fires back and shakes off a takedown attempt.

Mike Easton defeated Jared Papazian via majority decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-29)

Josh Neer selects “Can’t C Me” by Tupac, while Duane Ludwig goes with “Click Click Boom” from Saliva. The third man in the Octagon will be Josh Rosenthal.

Duane Ludwig vs. Josh Neer

Round 1: Neer connects with a straight jab, but Ludwig comes back with a counter knee and hurt Neer for a second. Ludwig unable to get the takedown, but a series of knees hurt him and Ludwig continues to push the pace. Neer’s cut under his left eye, as Ludwig continues to land with power punches. Neer takes a leg, goes for a trip, but eats a series of blows once again before getting the takedown. Neer folds him over on the ground as Ludwig ties up the wrists. Neer with a guillotine and Ludwig is out cold, giving “The Dentist” a submission victory. “Bang” attempted to tap but went out before he could.

Josh Neer defeated Duane Ludwig via technical submission (guillotine choke) at 3:04 of round one

Jim Miller selects a great jam, “Bad Moon Rising” by CCR, while Melvin Guillard goes with “Fire Breazze” by Al Bizzare for this main event bout. The ref will be Herb Dean.

Melvin Guillard vs. Jim Miller

Round 1: Both men look ready to exchange, as Guillard connects with the first big strike. A flying knee by Guillard misses, as Miller just shakes it off. A missed flying knee is followed by Guillard dropping Miller, but Miller gets back up and eats an upper cut. Guillard goes for another knee that lands and Miller is busted open. Miller seems to have found his composure again, as Guillard throws yet another knee. Head kick grazes Miller’s head, as Guillard fights off the takedown attempt. Miller goes to the body with a combo attack. Knee to the head connects, but Miller fights through it and gets the double-leg takedown. Miller takes the back, Guillard stands, but Miller gets him back and has him right in the middle of the Octagon. Miller continues working and gets Guillard to tap with the rear-naked choke.

Jim Miller defeated Melvin Guillard via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:04 of round one

That completes our live coverage for the night. Thanks for joining us.