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“UFC On Fox: Evans Vs. Davis” Results

Welcome to’s live coverage of UFC on Fox: Evans vs. Davis. Tonight’s fight card comes to us live from the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. The main card will air live on FOX 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.


Chris Camozzi vs. Dustin Jacoby

Chris Camozzi defeated Dustin Jacoby via submission (guillotine choke) at 1:08 of round 3

Joey Beltran vs. Lavar Johnson

Round 1: Johnson goes for the glove touch and Beltran avoids. Johnsons backs Beltran to the fence and drops him with a right hand to the body. Beltran gets back to his feet, but Johnson is keeping him pinned against the cage, landing knees to the thigh and body. Beltran separates and starts to back away. Johnson patient but keeping on the pressure, sticking Beltran with jabs and hard leg kicks. Beltran goes for a slow, reaching takedown and is denied. Johnson goes hard to the body again. Johnson is putting punches together on Beltran, who’s doing little more than taking it and missing with counters. Beltran tries for another telegraphed takedown and is denied; he’s got no answer for Johnson so far. Johnson coming after Beltran with jabs. Beltran is showing signs of life now, chasing Johnson with punches but missing most of what he’s throwing. Johnson cuts him off against the cage again and unleashes a volley of punches, mostly uppercuts, gradually separating Beltran from consciousness for the first time in his career.

Lavar Johnson defeated Joey Beltran via KO (punches) at 4:24 of round 1

Michael Johnson vs. Shane Roller

Round 1: They touch gloves and Johnson takes the center of the cage. Roller shoots for the takedown and Johnson defends easily with his back on the fence, circling away in short order. Johnson looking to work his striking, trying to find his range. He avoids another takedown with easy. Johnson looking very fleet of foot tonight, stuffing another takedown quickly after firing off some quick punches. Roller fighting for the takedown again and Johnson stifles the attempt and turns Roller into the cage. Johnson breaks, landing a nice shot on the break. Johnson keeping straight punches in Roller’s face as he continues to drive forward and fight for a takedown which, so far, just isn’t there. Johnson defends another takedown and presses Roller into the cage. Johnson lands a nice combo punctuated by a leg kick. Johnson is running circles around Roller so far, making him look slow in the by avoiding essentially all of his offensive attempts. Johnson lands several nice punches while Roller has his back to the cage. Johnson comes after Roller to end the round, landing a jumping knee at the end of a combo.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Johnson

Round 2: Johnson lands a nice inside leg kick that disrupts Roller as he wades forward. Johnson keeping Roller from doing much work from the clinch, but he eats a couple of hard punches as they go back and forth on the feet. Roller tries for the takedown again and is again denied. Roller pulls guard while they work against the fence. Johnson looks happy to work from guard, landing a pair of good elbows as Roller looks to work from his back. They get to their feet and Roller lands a solid right hand. They clinch and Roller works for the takedown, getting stuffed yet again. Johnson breaks from the cage and lands a one-two. Johnson with a good knee from the clinch. Johnson nails Roller with a straight left and puts him on his heels with some follow-up punches. They clinch and Roller is trying desperately to complete a takedown. He can’t do it before the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Round 3: Johnson active to start the round, working straight shots and leg kicks from the outside. Johnson with a four-punch combo and then a stinging straight right. Roller gets Johnson to his knees against the cage finally and then takes Johnson’s back, flattening him out against the cage. Roller postures and starts to tee off, Johnson has no answer so far. It’s halted briefly so that referee Herb Dean can warn Roller for landing shots to the back of the head. Johnson unable to do much but get hit. He tries to strain out and manages to put Roller’s back to the canvas, though he can’t shake him from back mount. Roller working for the rear naked choke in between throwing punches. A little over two minutes to go. Johnson keeping Roller from getting the finish so far, but he isn’t doing much else. Roller is forced to release his body lock after a time and Johnson immediately spins into his guard and starts working ground and pound. Thirty seconds to go. Johnson backs out and goes after Roller immediately on the feet landing a front kick low and chasing Roller with punches until Dean separates them to give Roller time to recover. When they restart, both men dig in and throw down until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Roller

Michael Johnson defeated Shane Roller via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Charles Oliveira vs. Eric Wisely

Round 1: Oliveira with a few solid leg kicks early on. Oliveira catches a kick and dumps Wisely to his back. Oliveira stacking him up and landing big shots while standing over top of him. Oliveira rolls for a heel hook and they battle back and forth in that position, Wisely defending well. Oliveira uses the position to set up the rarely-seen calf-crunch, forcing Wisely to tap from the instant surge of pain.

Charles Oliveira defeated Eric Wisely via submission (calf-crunch) 1:43 of round 1

Cub Swanson vs. George Roop

Round 1: No glove touch to start this fight. Roop working the outside, keeping Swanson at bay with constant, reaching strikes. Swanson moves in and lands an inside leg kick. Swanson lands outside with a leg kick. Roop giving Swanson trouble with his range. Swanson tries a wheel kick and then closes the distance, putting Roop on his heels with some hard punches that land flush. Roop digs his heels in and fires back from the pocket. Swanson goes after him again and puts hands on him before they clinch and battle for position against the fence. Roop gets in a nice body kick and starts in with a volley that prompts Swanson to circle out and away. Swanson lands a good right. Roop shoots for the takedown and Swanson reverses him, hitting a nice throw and briefly working from Roop’s guard before backing out and letting him to his feet. Swanson lands a wheel kick to the body. Roop moves in and lands a combo punctuated by a leg kick. Swanson catches a kick and dumps Roop to the canvas, where Roop threatens with up kicks to stand.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Swanson

Round 2: Roop gets in a nice leg kick, another. Roop starting to get off with his strikes, but Swanson is staying composed and defending well. He lands a solid leg kick and then initiates the clinch. Good knee by Swanson. Swanson goes to the body with a right hand and body kick. Swanson doing well to defend from most of Roop’s offense so far. Swanson wallops Roop with a big right, sending his mouthpiece flying and Roop crashing to the mat. Swanson pauses, then swoops in to finish with ground and pound.

Cub Swanson defeated George Roop via TKO (strikes) at 2:22 of round 2

Mike Russow vs. John-Olav Einemo

Round 1: They touch gloves and Einemo takes the center. Russow bulls into Einemo and wrestles him to the mat, working from the grappling expert’s guard now. Einemo gets to his feet when Russow backs out. Russow moves right back in for the takedown, but Einemo defends and lands a few good knees from the clinch. Russow moves in again behind punches and clinches up with Einemo. Einemo with another good set of knees from the position. Einemo lands a pair of right hands well and counter with two hooks as Russow pushes forward. Einemo countering well and defending Russow’s takedown attempts. Russow touches Einemo with a few shots as he moves in for a takedown, which he completes. Russow sets up in half guard. Einemo recovers full guard. Einemo kicks Russow off of him, but can’t get to his feet in time. Russow drops back into Einemo’s guard. Einemo sweeps and takes full mount to close the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Russow

Round 2: Einemo countering well again as Russow moves in. Russow hits a takedown on Einemo and avoids a guillotine, landing in Einemo’s guard. Russow trying to work elbows from the guard. Einemo throws up his legs for a triangle, but Russow avoids the sub attempt and most of the subsequent up-kicks. Russow backs out briefly, before moving back in to engage Einemo on the ground. Einemo doing nothing to control Russow’s posture, allowing the Chicago native to continue to land ground and pound. Einemo eats an elbow from off of his back. After a brief spell of insignificant action, Herb Dean stands them up. Russow goes right back in for the takedown and a wilting Einemo succumbs.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Russow

Round 3: Einemo with a nicely timed knee as Russow moves in. Einemo defends against one of Russow’s takedown attempts. Einemo cracks Russow with a right hand and hard knee, then another right hand. Einemo is turning it up on the feet, landing another hard knee. He opens himself up for the takedown though and can’t complete the triangle he sets up once they hit the mat. Einemo looks exhausted with Russow on top of him. He almost swept and took Russow’s back, but is just too tired. Einemo in deep water here, getting smothered by Russow from top position. Dean stands them up again as Russow tries to pass. They both take deep breaths. Einemo with a good knee to the body and another to the head from the clinch. Einemo lands another knee but Russow snatches it and puts him down again. Thirty seconds to go and Einemo is watching the fight slip away, too tired to do much about it. Russow on top until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Russow

Mike Russow defeated John-Olav Einemo via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Evan Dunham vs. Nik Lentz

Round 1: Dunham showing slick striking early on, getting in on Lentz and out before he can counter. Lentz hits a quick takedown, but Dunham fights to his feet in short order. Both men happy to engage, with Lentz actively pushing forward and pursuing Dunham. Lentz hits a takedown, but again Dunham stands. Lentz keeping hold of Dunham’s neck against the fence. Dunham avoids and lands a one-two on the break. Lentz returns fire with a body kick. Lentz shoots and Dunham grabs a standing guillotine; Lentz avoids and takes Dunham down briefly. Dunham reverses and gets to his feet, where he lands a pair of hard elbows. Dunham pressing the action now, taking Lentz to the mat. Lentz working well from hsi back, keeping Dunham from getting much off. Lentz kicks Dunham off of him and Dunham moves back in to land a shot before the bell, as well as one right after.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Round 2: Dunham comes out of the gates hot, hitting a takedown behind a volley of strikes. Dunham passes to side control, with Lentz against the cage. Lentz working to recover guard and he does so. They scramble, with Dunham repeatedly trying to take Lentz’s back with Lentz having none of it. Lentz fights to his feet and Dunham avoids his takedown. Lentz with some dirty boxing from the cage. Dunham eats a leg kick and looks to have possibly lost a step, reacting a bit slower than before. Lentz drives for another takedown that Dunham avoids. Dunham teeing off on Lentz as they break; Lentz is coming back after him, but can’t land much. Dunham stuffs another takedown and lands a nice, short punch before pushing Lentz to his back. Dunham landing some big, hard shots from top position. Dunham working a guillotine, but Lentz defends. Dunham drops a hard elbow on a bleeding Lentz immediately after. Dunham getting in some mean elbows from top position, drawing a lot of blood from Lentz. Dunham again looking for the guillotine and Lentz again defending. Still, Dunham landing frequently with hard ground and pound. A big knee lands for Dunham and a hard left after they break. Lentz still pressing forward, working hard for a takedown that he doesn’t get before the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Dunham

The fight is stopped in between rounds by the doctor due to a very ugly cut under Lentz’s left eye.

Evan Dunham defeated Nik Lentz via TKO (doctor’s stoppage – cut)


Demian Maia vs. Chris Weidman

The third man in the cage for tonight’s first main card bout will be Herb Dean.

Round 1: They touch gloves and begin measuring each other up. Weidman knocks Maia off balance as he moves in with a combo. Weidman keeping Maia on the outside; Maia closes and lands a good knee. Weidman being warned to watch his fingers. Weidman moves in behind a right hand and eats another knee. Maia kicks to the body. Maia continually loading up on an overhand left that Weidman usually sees coming. Weidman lands a kick to the body. Weidman catches a kick and lands one of his own. Weidman showing nice head movement and a slightly more varied attack than Maia. Weidman hits the first takedown he shoots for. Maia pops to hus feet immediately and comes after Weidman with strikes, slipping on a kick to slow his assault. Weidman with a nice right.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Weidman

Round 2: They touch gloves again. Weidman working his jab early. He ducks a big shot from Maia and hits a takedown, landing in side control. Maia immediately gets to his feet with an underhook. Maia with a kick to the body; Weidman returns with one to the leg. Maia’s striking seems to have become predictable to Weidman. Maia lands a pair of lefts. It’s a slowly-paced, fairly evenly contested fight so far, though Weidman is holding the edge so far in what has been almost entirely a striking match. The crowd is growing restless at the sparse output from both fighters. Weidman might be getting tired now, breathing with his mouth open. Maia starting to put his strikes together; he defends a takedown. Weidman hits a trip on Maia with twenty seconds to go. Maia gets to his feet and Weidman threatens to take his back, dragging him to the mat again.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Weidman

Round 3: Weidman briefly works the body lock briefly, but he’s clearly hurting from that tough weight cut. Maia isn’t exactly fresh himself, though. Weidman takes Maia down against the cage. Maia gets to his feet with double underhooks and threatens with a takedown of his own, landing a few punches as Weidman defends. Maia goes for a few sloppy takedowns, both men clearly exhausted. Despite his exhaustion, Weidman is still controlling the fight, landing the majority of the strikes and dictating the pace. Why Maia is fighting with the technique of a drunken brawler is unknown, but he looks to be just about as tired as Weidman, leading to a sloppy battle being waged on the feet. Weidman with some knees from the clinch. Both men pawing away at each other as the round closes, Weidman firing off a head kick with under ten seconds to go.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Weidman

Chris Weidman defeated Demian Maia via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Chael Sonnen vs. Michael Bisping

Referee Big John McCarthy will oversee this middleweight contendership bout.

Round 1: Sonnen comes out of the gates hot as usual, getting the takedown in short order. Bisping pops to his feet in short order and tags Sonnen with a one-two after getting poked in the eye. Sonnen closes the distances and presses Bisping into the fence, looking for the takedown. Bisping shakes him off and lands a one-two. Bisping doing well so far with Sonnen’s relentless onslaught, but Sonnen fights him to the ground again. Sonnen lands three lefts to a grounded Bisping. Bisping gets to his feet again and turns Sonnen into the fence, dropping for a takedown that Sonnen defends. Bisping breaks away and lands a pair of shots before Sonnen closes the distance again and presses him into the fence. Bisping turns Sonnen again. Sonnen whiffs on a right after Bisping lets him off the cage. Bisping defends another takedown and turns Sonnen into the cage again, working knees. Bisping landing some nice straight shots down the pipe that seem to be surprising Sonnen, who misses most of his counters. Bisping getting loose with his strikes as the round closes.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Bisping

Round 2: Bisping keeping Sonnen a bit more conservative with his entry. Sonnen closes the distance but Bisping gets underhooks and turns him, showing stout takedown defense and really impressive clinch work. Sonnen’s back is against the fence and he’s working short, chopping shots as Bisping pressures him. Big John breaks them and they go back to work on their feet, Bisping landing the cleaner shots. Sonnen finally hits a takedown and has Bisping down against the fence. Bisping defending well so far. Someone’s bleeding. Sonnen with a hard right, but it gives Bisping space to stand. Bisping and Sonnen both digging in and trading, Bisping getting the better of it before pressing Sonnen into the cage and working dirty boxing. Bisping works for the takedown but Sonnen defends. Bisping working nice elbows and knees while Sonnen returns with arm punches. Sonnen quite looking like the man who took Silva the distance and it looks like Bisping smells blood.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Bisping

Round 3: Sonnen lands a straight left and hits a mean power double to plant Bisping against the cage. Bisping is busy immediately, looking to get back to his feet. Bisping defending well, moving his hips nicely, keeping Sonnen off-balance. Bisping threatens with a leg lock as Sonnen stands. Sonnen backs out. They scramble and Sonnen looks to take Bisping’s back as he stands. He does it and gets both hooks in. Bisping keeping his cool, but Sonnen mounts. 2:20 left. Bisping controlling posture for the most part, Sonnen only landing peppering shots. Sonnen making space, but Bisping regains half guard. Sonnen looking for the arm triangle. Bisping establishes full guard. Bisping scooting back and getting to his feet. Sonnen staying on him. Thirty to go. Bisping gets to his feet and turns Sonnen, taking him down in short order and landing a few mean elbows before the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Sonnen

Chael Sonnen defeated Michael Bisping via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)


Rashad Evans vs. Phil Davis

Herb Dean will referee the night’s main event, which takes place in the light heavyweight division.

Round 1: No hurry to engage from either man, they’re taking it methodically to start out. Davis having success keeping Evans on the outside with kicks, to the legs and body. Davis slips on a kick and Evans grabs hold of him. They only clinch briefly, before Davis backs out. Davis ducks under a punch for a takedown and Evans stuffs him, working the front headlock. Davis gets to his feet and Evans lands a glancing blow. Davis closes the distance and Evans shakes him off again. Evans lands a solid counter as Davis moves in, firing off several punches from the pocket. Davis shoots for the takedown behind a Superman punch; Evans avoids but Davis walks him to the cage. Evans shakes him off. Davis tries a head kick and it glances, leaving Evans with a welt. Davis goes for a body kick and Evans catches it, dumping him to the mat and landing in half guard. Evans works to side control and then to the mounted crucifix, where he starts to go to work with ground and pound with thirty seconds to go. Davis wriggles out with just over ten, but Evans is on him like glue.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Evans

Round 2: Evans ducks a head kick. Evans firing off quick hands that Davis just avoids. They clinch briefly, Evans breaking away. Davis with an inside leg kick. Davis throwing single shots, kicks and punches, from the outside. Davis gets hold of Evans, but Suga gives him the worst of it from the clinch. Evans backs Davis down with hard punches and bulls him into the fence. Evans lands nice punches and elbows before Davis circles away. Davis whiffs on a hard right. Davis coming in with nice, varied combos, but Evans consistently returning fire with cleaner, harder counter shots. Evans presses Davis into the cage again, makes space and tees off to the head and body before closing the gap again. Davis breaks away. Evans catches another kick and goes to work on Davis, passing quickly to side control. Evans pins one arm again and moves into the crucifix again, doing less damage this time before the clock runs out.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Evans

Round 3: Davis actively throwing strikes, but Evans is blocking most everything. Davis shoots and Evans stuffs it. Davis is insistent though and hangs on his leg. Evans goes for a reversal but things end with him briefly down against the fence. Evans posting to his feet, but Davis is staying on him. Evans reverses when Davis tries to take his back and gets Davis down against the fence, where he goes to work with left hands while working for mount. Davis turns and Evans briefly takes back mount. Davis threatens to rokk him and Evans abandons the gambit, getting to his feet. Davis with a good knee from the clinch. Evans with a hard uppercut from the clinch. Davis goes for a takedown, but Evans flatly denies him. Evans is physically the more superior fighter so far, just bulling Davis into the fence and hammering him with shots. Davis is bleeding fromt he mouth. He’s wilting and Evans knows it, he’s walking him down and connecting with hard shots. Davis gets another takedown, but Evans is quickly to his feet. Davis stays on him against the cage as the round winds down. Dean warning him to work. Ten seconds to go and Davis gets turned.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Evans

Round 4: The first of the championship rounds gets underway slowly, Davis looking to work his reach and Evans keeping up his defense. Davis lands a nice kick to the midsection. Evans countering Davis’ attack with hard jabs, sending many of his strikes off target. Evans slipping punches and getting inside with punches of his own. Evans keeping a hard jab in Davis grill. Evans almost catches another kick, keeping on Davis with a front headlock. Davis drops for a takedown and puts Evans on the defense. Evans is successful, breaking away on the feet. Davis shoots again and Evans stuffs him, taking position behind Davis on the ground and landing punches. Davis stands, but Evans stays on his back, walking him into the fence. Evans sprawls out of a takedown. Evans knocks Davis back with a hard right and gets in a stinging right uppercut before the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Evans

Round 5: Evans cracks Davis with a short left hand. He checks a kick, coming back with stiff jabs. Evans keeping his left hand in Davis face to stilt his attack. Evans catches another kick and walks Davis to the fence while battering him with right hands. Davis falls to the mat and Evans follows, working from half guard. Davis’ shin is split wide open from one of those checked kicks. Evans moves into the mounted crucifix fluidly; Davis squirms out, but Evans moves to his back, working in punches intermittently. Davis gets to his feet, but Davis sticks him with a right hand as he does. Two minutes to go and Evans is pitching a shut out. Evans nails Davis with a right hand that has him on queer street. Davis drops for a takedown that Evans easily avoids before backing Davis into the cage. Davis defends a trip attempt by Evans and eventually breaks free. Davis barely misses a head kick; he’s still pushing strikes out there, but most of them don’t have zip. Evans is standing in front of him and slinging hard shots. He defends a takedown and goes after Davis until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Evans

Rashad Evans defeated Phil Davis via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)