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“UFC On FX 4: Maynard Vs. Guida” Results

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Dustin Pague vs. Ken Stone

Round 1: They touch gloves to kick off the first fight of the night. Both men land solid right hands from the pocket. Pague with a nice leg kick; he ducks a spinning back fist and comes back with a solid right hook counter. Stone gets off with an inside leg kick. Pague gets in a knee after they briefly clinch. Stone counters well as Pague presses the action. Pague buckles Stone with a right hand, but Stone recovers quickly. Stone takes an inside leg kick to the pills and takes a little time recovering before getting back to it. Both men getting off with punches from the pocket, with Pague landing a few more blows of consequence. They trade hard kicks. Pague briefly wobbles Stone with a left hand, but Stone hangs tough and gets right back after Pague.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Pague

Round 2: Pague opens up aggressive early on, but Stone adjusts and counters well. Stone goes for the takedown against the cage; Pague threatens to counter, but Stone defends. They battle for position with Pague’s back to the wall. Pague defending well as Stone keeps him pressed to the wall; the ref separates them after some inactivity. This time it’s Pague that takes one low. They break briefly and reset in the center. Pague gets in with a stiff right hand, but Stone is countering very well, holding his ground in the pocket and doing damage with punches. It’s a close fight still, both men staying technical and aggressive in their own ways. The Southpaw Stone backs Pague off with a right hook. Stone is finding repeated success with his right jab and hook. Stone turning it on as the round closes, timing Pague well and countering him swiftly.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Stone

Round 3: Pague gets off first with an outside leg kick. Another leg kick goes inside for Pague. Pague looks to be slowing down a little, with Stone just beating him to the punch. Stone closes the distance and goes for the takedown. Pague defends against the cage and works for double underhooks himself. Pague is able to get Stone down from the body lock, but Stone counters and threatens to take Pague’s back; Pague defends, but Stone ends up on top in guard. Stone works Pague to the fence and works some ground and pound. Pague holding onto closed guard. Pague deftly rises to his feet, but there’s less than twenty on the clock. Pague goes for a throw, but Stone defends.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Stone

-Ken Stone defeated Dustin Pague via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-29)

Dan Miller vs. Ricardo Funch

Round 1: Funch is holding the center so far, keeping Miller back with solid kicks and punches. Miller staying composed, he gets inside with a few punches of his own that prompt Funch to reset. Funch initiates the clinch, pressing Miller against the cage. Mille gets a brief takedown using the Uchi Mata, but only manages to hold Funch against the cage and land a few shots to the head. Funch fights free. Miller completes the Uchi Mata, but Funch pops up. Miller comes after Funch aggressively with punches, causing Funch to close the distance and press Miller to the wall again. Funch warned to work. The ref separates them for inactivity. Funch counter well as Miller presses forward. Funch lands a glancing head kick.

Close round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 Miller

Round 2: They touch gloves to start the second. Miller comes after Funch with a volley of straight punches that back the Brazilian up. He latches on the guillotine, but abandons the choke and drops for the single leg. Funch cracks Miller with a few hard punches and one more as Miller backs away. Funch chases him with a jumping kick that misses by a wide margin. Funch shoots for the takedown now; Miller counters with the standing guillotine, but Funch defends again. Funch gets Miller down with a high crotch and Miller once again tries for the guillotine. Funch defends and Miller transitions to the heel hook. Funch is warned for grabbing the fence. Funch elbowing the calf/ankle area. Just over two minutes to go. Miller gives up on the hold. Funch starting to land some solid ground and pound, which Miller answers with a mean up-kick before getting to his feet. Funch walks him to the cage; he works for the takedown until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Round 3: A half-hearted glove touch and Miller gets in a one-two. Miller backs Funch up with another volley of straight punches. Funch comes back, but Miller drops him with a right cross. Miller follows him down and starts raining down punches and elbows. Funch makes space and Miller lets him up. Funch is still wobbly as Miller comes back after him with punches and knees. Funch showing heart as he goes for a takedown. Funch hits the takedown as Miller peppers him with short elbows. Miller gets to his feet, but Funch keeps him pressed to the wall. Funch working for the takedown. Miller slaps on the guillotine and rolls Funch over, this time he can’t get out. It’s over.

Dan Miller defeated Ricardo Funch via submission (guillotine choke) at 3:12 of round 3

Matt Brown vs. Luis Ramos

Round 1: Ramos in control of the Octagon to start, lands a couple of leg kicks as Brown tries to find an opening. Brown lands a leg kick-punch combo, using his varying levels to keep Ramos off balance. Ramos goes for a takedown, but Brown fights him off pretty easily. Ramos goes for the trip, but turns it into a takedown and lands on top of Brown, switching to take his back, but allowing Brown to stand back up. Brown looking more uptempo as Ramos tries to catch him. Brown with a stiff jab that connects, but Ramos fires back with a hook. Brown ducks a jab but eats another. Knee into a trip by Brown, but Ramos keeps his balance. Ramos pushes Brown up against the cage, working to get a body lock. Brown is cut above his eye, likely from an elbow by Ramos. Brown trying to avoid the takedown, and does, as the ref steps in and the whistle sounds.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Ramos

Round 2: Ramos with some big kicks, but Brown fires one back of his own. Ramos powers through, working a single-leg takedown. Ramos still with control of Brown, but is able to avoid the takedown attempt. Ramos connects with a kick-strike combo, as Brown comes back and lands some big knees inside the clinch. Blood pouring from the nose of Ramos after those knees to the face, as Brown looks fresh and ready to attack. Elbow to the face by Brown, as Ramos misses with some wild attempts. Brown hitting several punches without much covering by Ramos, including another elbow to the face. Knees to the by Brown and Ramos looks hurt. Brown with several big punches, followed by another knee and a trip. Ramos being thrown around the cage by Brown, but is able to grab ahold of him and halt the attack. More powerful clinch knees by Brown, Ramos eating several uppercuts and the ref steps in to call the bout despite both men still on their feet. No idea how Ramos remained on his feet, as Brown was hitting him with everything.

Matt Brown defeated Luis Ramos via TKO (strikes) at 4:20 of round 2

Nick Catone vs. Chris Camozzi

Round 1: Catone looking strong, landing several powerful strikes directly to the face. Camozzi being very patient so far, but eats a big knee by Catone to the face. Camozzi does avoid the takedown attempt. Catone now with control of the cage, as Camozzi hits a big left to the back of the ear. Catone fires a huge right that misses, and Camozzi fires back with a knee and is pushing Catone up against the fence. Catone sweeps off and takes back the center of the Octagon. Left by Camozzi lands as a glancing blow, and it hits a short elbow, but eats a combo by Catone in the process. Camozzi avoids the double-leg takedown attempt by Catone. Catone keeps trying for a takedown, and gets it this time with a single-leg. He goes into the mount position, landing an elbow and another.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Catone

Round 2: Catone tries for an uppercut, but Camozzi fires of a 1-2 strike that lands and nearly floors Catone. However, Catone gets his levels back and goes on the attack, firing off a combo of his own. The two hand-fight, and Catone gets the best of it with a big left that lands. Loud “Jersey Devil” chant for Catone, as Camozzi fires in and tries to push the pace. Big uppercut misses by Catone, but he returns with a right. Camozzi fights off another takedown attempt and is in control of the clinch. Catone’s single-leg is enough this time, as he runs the pipe, gets low and puts Camozzi on his back with less than a minute to go in the round again. Catone not doing much damage on the ground despite being in a dominate position.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Catone

Round 3: Camozzi hurts Catone big time right off the bat, as he might have broke his face. Camozzi is on the attack, pushing the action and landing a big right. Catone tries to fire off a blow, but doesn’t seem to have a lot behind anything right now with the constant blood loss. The ref steps in to check out the cut, as blood appears to be going into the eyes. That’s it, as the ref waves his arms and ends the fight for Camozzi behind his third round attack based around a big knee to the face.

Chris Camozzi defeated Nick Catone via TKO (doctor’s stoppage) at 1:51 of round 3

Steven Siler vs. Joey Gambino

Round 1: Siler looking to find his range with the kicks early, as Gambino comes in and fires off several fights. Siler goes for a takedown, but Gambino avoids it and tries to drop Siler himself. On the exit, Siler lands a big knee to the head of Gambino, who is now bleeding from the forehead. Siler catches a kick, but is unable to use it for a takedown and push in for another takedown. Siler locks in a choke, but Gambino gets out of it. Siler grabs and gets a takedown, working from side mount to land knees and strikes to the head and body. Gambino rolls out, but Siler takes the back, locks in a hook, but is unable to get the choke. Instead, Siler gets full mount, lands some strikes and transitions into a guillotine choke to record his third UFC victory.

Steven Siler defeated Joey Gambino via submission (guillotine choke) at 2:47 of round 1

Rick Story vs. Brock Jardine

Round 1: Story with a big knee to start, and continues to keep Jardine from finding his distance. Story catches a kick attempt by Jardine and lands a left. On a side note, Story looks a lot like a Diaz with his fighting stance. Story with a takedown on Jardine, looking to get a hook in and mount the back. Story still working to get an arm, but goes for the mount on the back and a second hook in. Story with some knees to the body, but Jardine gets up and the two are back standing. Jardine not mounting much of any kind of attack through the first four minutes, as Story lands a combo.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Story

Round 2: Story with a takedown off a wild Jardine strike, taking the back and in control. Story locks in a hook after delivering a knee, breaking Jardine down with a series of strikes. Jardine able to work out, but still needs to find his rhythm with his offense. Story in complete control, using takedowns, kicks, strikes to keep Jardine at bay. Jardine still wild with his strikes, missing very badly. Another takedown with Story, who has been in control throughout.

FightLine scores the round 10-8 for Story

Round 3: Jardine told he needs to end the fight, but Story garners another takedown to start the round. Story is all over Jardine, working to finish the fight himself. Story nearly falls over on a strike, as he might be tiring himself out. Jardine looks like the fresher fighter, but is way down on the scorecards as his corner continues to tell him to finish. Jardine down to one knee as Story lands several blows, working a choke against the fence. Story still with a choke attempt, landing a pair of knees to the body. Story shakes off a kick to the groin, as Jardine misses with a big uppercut. Story catches Jardine on the way in, gets another takedown and goes back to work with the headlock and knees to the body combo. Story trying to lock in an armbar as the clock continues to wind down.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Story

Rick Story defeated Brock Jardine via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Ramsey Nijem vs. C.J. Keith

Round 1: Keith out strong, but catches Nijem below the belt and the ref steps in. Nijem is good to continue, shooting in for a single-leg takedown on Keith. However, Keith takes the mount but Nijem gets out of it and works another single for a takedown. Nijem working for the takedown, takes the mount and lands some elbows to a grounded Keith. Nijem in complete control, hitting Keith with plenty of shots to the face. Keith’s head is starting to bounce off the mat and as Keith rolls over, the ref steps in and calls the fight.

Ramsey Nijem defeated C.J. Keith via TKO (strikes) at 2:29 of round 1

Hatsu Hioki vs. Ricardo Lamas

Round 1: Hioki throwing several quick submission transitions after the fight goes to the ground early on. Lamas powers Hioki down on his head, but Hioki doesn’t release the submission. Lamas, however, gets out of it with his strength from the ground, and the two trades blows standing. Lamas connects with a leg kick that nearly drops Hioki. Lamas with a takedown, but unable to keep Hioki down to go for a submission. Hioki with another trip takedown, as he works into side control. Hioki is working on the shoulder, trying to lock in a kimura as the round begins to wind down.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Hioki

Round 2: Hioki goes on the attack, testing Lamas with kicks and jabs. Lamas fires back several kicks of his own. Lamas with a terrific combo, but Hioki moves out of the way, avoiding much damage. Hioki goes for a single-leg takedown, but is unable to get it as Lamas balances off the cage. Lamas to the attack, pelting Hioki with some power punches. Lamas hits with a left that Hioki takes full-force. A body shot with a left-hook by Lamas, but Hioki able to get a takedown. Lamas tries to secure a guillotine as Hioki leaves his head vulerable for a second. Hioki gets out and works into side control after not being able to get his back yet. Hioki leaves his head exposed again and Lamas locks in a guillotine for a second time. Hioki able to get out, once again, but gets himself put in a guillotine for a third time in this round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Lamas

Round 3: Lamas fakes a knee and lands a stiff jab to start the action. Hioki not doing much, as he appears to be tired. Lamas looks the fresher fighter right now, moving well and mixing up his attacks. Lamas with a spinning heel kick that just misses. Lamas remains steadfast with his plan, trying to take the lead-leg out from Hioki. Lamas lands a head strike, followed by another left hook. Lamas locks in a guillotine and slams Hioki down head first, almost like a DDT. Hioki seems fine in the choke, as Lamas tries to hold it in tight. Hioki almost out of the choke, resulting in him being inside the guard of Lamas as the clock winds down. Hioki unable to do any damage to Lamas on the ground, and we head to the scorecards for a very interesting decision.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Lamas

Ricardo Lamas defeated Hatsu Hioki via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


Cub Swanson vs. Ross Pearson

Round 1: Swanson looking to work his range early on, both kicks and punches. Pearson working from the pocket, trying to counter with punches. Swanson over-commits and Pearson dumps him to the mat with a well-timed double. Swanson works to his feet in fairly short order. Swanson hotdogging now, he catches Pearson on the neck with a slick Capoeira kick but ends up on his back for it. Swanson gets to his feet again. Swanson timing Pearson well, but the Brit is far from out of the fight, moving forward continually.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Swanson

Round 2: Pearson has things together a little better to start the round, but Swanson is coming at him throwing bombs. Pearson walking through the punches somehow. Pearson gets a brief takedown from the body lock, but Swanson gets back up and goes back to work. Pearson’s face is busted and bloody, but he’s maintaining crisp technique. Swanson tries a flying knee but he Pearson times it and dumps him to the mat. Swanson nails him with an up-kick, but again Pearson demonstrates an iron chin. Pearson in top control, working solid ground and pound. Swanson having trouble getting up, but he manages eventually. Swanson front kicks Pearson to the face, follows it with two straight rights and then nails him with a left hook that drops him for the count. Two more shots on the ground seal it.

Cub Swanson defeated Ross Pearson via TKO (strikes) at 4:14 of round 2

Brian Ebersole vs. T.J. Waldburger

Round 1: Some measured striking gets things started, both men getting in their shots. Ebersole gets dropped early on with a slick left hook. Waldburger follows him down and Ebersole wraps him up with guard. Waldburger fights his way into mount, but Ebersole is very active from his back and manages to work to top position. Waldburger slaps on the d’Arce and it’s tight, but Ebersole manages to fight his way out of it and to his feet. Ebersole seems to have regained his wits, he’s landing well on the feet. Ebersole gets in some good shots from the clinch, punctuated by a stiff elbow from the clinch. Ebersole manages to work Waldburger to the cage, where they spend the rest of the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Waldburger

Round 2: Waldburger ducks under a pair of punches and shoots for the takedown; he plants Ebersole against the cage. Ebersole reverses and turns the corner, taking top position. Waldburger threatens the omoplata, but again Ebersole defends. Ebersole starts to work the ground and pound, but Waldburger immediately goes for an armbar. Waldburger’s ground work and chain grappling is impressive, but Ebersole continually defends. Ebersole is settling into a groove on top, hammering Waldburger repeatedly with hard hammerfists. Ebersole defends again and goes back to walloping on Waldburger. Waldburger tries to squirm away, but Ebersole maintains top control and continues to beat on Waldburger.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Ebersole

Round 3: Ebersole busier than Waldburger to start, getting off some nice offense from the clinch. He tries his patented cartwheel kick, but it doesn’t pan out. He presses Waldburger to the wall and works him to the mat. Ebersole working top position well, keeping Waldburger down. Ebersole dominant for the rest of round, maintaining top control, stifling Waldburger’s offense and landing occasional ground and pound.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Ebersole

Brian Ebersole defeated T.J. Waldburger (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Sam Stout vs. Spencer Fisher

Round 1: A glove touch gets this rubber match started, both men are moving and feinting well. Stout gets clipped low with an inside leg kick and they briefly pause. Fisher cracks Stout with a mean right. Fisher looks to have found his range, tagging Stout with solid punches. He knocks Stout to the mat with a leg kick. Stout shoots for the takedown and plants Fisher to the mat. Fisher defending well from his back, but holding closed guard and not moving to get to his feet yet. Stout stands over Fisher and lets him to his feet. Just over thirty seconds to go and Stout shoots right back in for the takedown, briefly depositing Fisher to the canvas. He follwos with a knee as Fisher gets to his feet. Fisher continues forward, landing a Superman punch-spinning back fist combo right before the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Round 2: They’re right in each other’s faces to start the second, both men landing well. Fisher might be holding the edge here, as his strikes are landing cleaner and with more frequency. Fisher beating Stout to the punch for the most part. Stout’s left eye showing damage, but he rips a nice right hook to the body. Both men are getting in their shots, much like their previous two meetings. Stout plants Fisher to the mat with ease with about a minute to go. Fisher ends the round on his back.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 Fisher

Round 3: They touch gloves again and resume the pace. Fisher leads with an elbow and then scores with a spinning back elbow. Stout’s face showing much more wear and tear than Fisher’s. Stout goes for the takedown and Fisher defends it with ease. Fisher putting his hands on Stout with much more frequency in this round. Fisher dotting Stout up repeatedly now, but Stout shoots in for the takedown and again works Fisher to the mat easily. Fisher to his feet, but Stout gets him back down in short order. Stout passes to half guard. The ref stands them up prematurely with thirty seconds to go. Stout bleeding more heavily from the right eye as they start throwing down at the end. Fisher bloodied now. They slug it out until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 Stout

Sam Stout defeated Spencer Fisher via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)


Gray Maynard vs. Clay Guida

Round 1: The crowd chants for the braided Guida. He comes out aggressive, as always and he’s got Maynard moving backward. Guida having success early on, landing strikes off of solid footwork. Maynard looking to counter, but he’s having difficulty putting his hands on Guida so far. Maynard cut over the nose. Guida in and out before Maynard can touch him; he’s landing more, but he’s not landing much.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Guida

Round 2: Maynard gets poked in the eye early on, but they don’t break for long. Maynard looking to load up on his punches, taking a lower stance. Guida making Maynard chase him. Maynard having a hard time pinning Guida down. Guida not too active with his offense, mostly just evading midway through the second. Both men advancing, but having trouble landing flush. Guida with a one-two and a partially blocked head kick. Maynard doing a little better cutting off the cage, but still not hitting on much. The crowd stops booing briefly when Maynard finally gets his hands on Maynard. Guida nails Maynard with a flush head kick and follows i with a series of straight punches.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 Guida

Round 3: Guida with an awkward but effective knee. Maynard tags Guida with a few shots square; Guida drops his hands and jives at him in response. Guida moving constantly on the outside, showboating now. Having had enough, Maynard shoots in deep, drives hard for the takedown, but Guida defends easily. Guida shoots for a single but backs off of it. Maynard clearly frustrated as the crowd boos. Guida content to hold the outside, feint and peck away with his jab. Maynard chases after Guida with a powerful flurry, but Guida evades all of it. Guida complains about an eyepoke, but the ref doesn’t stop it. Guida isn’t exactly beating Maynard down, but he’s definitely winning the fight.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Guida

Round 4: A minute into the round and Maynard manages to briefly clinch Guida and put together some offense, but Guida breaks away, complaining that Maynard has grabbed his braids for the second time in the fight. Guida back on the outside, pecking away, but never putting anything dangerous out there. Maynard touches Guida with a solid right as he backs away, but Guida shakes it off. Maynard headhunting, he manages to land another right. Guida cracks him with a right and Maynard answers with a volley of knees. Maynard stands in front of Guida after holding him to the cage, hitting him with repeated punches. He stands in front of him and gives him the double fingers. Maynard with his hands down, shouting at Guida while he nails him with punches. Guida fires back, but Maynard just takes it and smiles. He muscles out of a takedown and slaps on a tight guillotine. Guida shakes out of it and holds top position until the bell.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Round 5: The crowd chants Maynard’s name now, as The Bully plods after Guida. Maynard starting to get in on Guida some, but Guida comes after him with a hard body kick and a mean right that looks to have stung Maynard. Maynard tells Guida to come one and then tracks him a good right hand across the cheek. Guida starting to land more effectively as Maynard leaves himself more open on the way in. Maynard shoots and Guida shakes him off easily. Halfway mark and Guida is in the lead again, seemingly content to hold that lead. After Guida literally runs to the side, the referee warns him for not engaging, telling him that he’ll take a point. Maynard manages to dog him some against the fence before he shoots for the takedown. Maynard working hard for the takedown; Guida is down to a knee and defending. Thirty seconds to go and Guida gets to his feet. Maynard lands a few knees from the clinch as Guida stands. No one lands anything in the last ten seconds.

FightLine scores the round 10-10

Gray Maynard defeated Clay Guida via split decision (48-47, 47-48, 48-47)