UFC Fight Night 33: Hunt vs. Bigfoot Live Play by Play and Results

UFC Fight Night 33 comes to you live from the Brisbaine Entertainment Centre in Brisbaine, Australia. Our co-main event of the night is a light heavyweight showdown between Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Australian native James Te Huna. The main event includes a war between two heavyweights in Mark “the Super Samoan” Hunt and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. FightLine has you covered with live results starting from the bottom of the page up! Stay tuned.

 

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Mark Hunt vs. Antonio Silva

Referee: Steve Perceval

  • Round 1:
    And here we go! They square up. Bigfoot with a low kick. They both look tentative. Bigfoot throws a front kick. Hunt is extending his jab trying to find his range. Bigfoot lands another low kick. Hunt loads up a right hand but misses. Silva ducks under and stumbles towards a take down but is tossed aside and returns to his feet. Bigfoot throws a kick and goes over the top with a right. Hunt soaks it. Hunt charges forward with a three punch combination – Bigfoot covers up. They exchange wildly.  Bigfoot connects with a right. Hunt stumbles to the ground. Bigfoot swarms him but Hunt recovers. Hunt throws out his jab and a straight right, but Bigfoot covers up once again. Hunt with a low kick. Bigfoot with a front kick followed up by another right hand. Hunt explodes forward with another combination but  Bigfoot is going a good job covering up to avoid damage. Bigfoot clinches for a bodylock take down but Hunt secures underhooks and spins Bigfoot against the cage. Hunt works some lefts to the body. Hunt tries for an outside trip but fails and they separate. Bigfoot with a kick to the body. The bell sounds.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Bigfoot

    Round 2:
    Bigfoot continues to work his kicks from the outside. Hunt explodes forward with a lead left hook and a straight right. Hunt comes forward with a lead left hook but Bigfoot counters with another leg kick. Bigfoot lands another  front kick. Bigfoot charges forward throwing wildly but Hunt is able to avoid damage and circle away from the cage. Bigfoot tries for a spinning back kick but misses completely. Hunt lands a straight to the body. Bigfoot goes high with a kick but is checked. Hunt lands a low kick but is countered by a straight right. They both swing with big rights that miss wide. Hunt follows it up with another straight right that lands flush and has Bigfoot backing up. Hunt lands a low kick. Hunt throws a two punch combination connecting with his right. Bigfoot connects with a left in the exchange. Hunt goes to the body with a kick. Bigfoot responds with a low kick and another front kick. One minute remaining. Hunt trying to get inside and land a shot. Bigfoot lands a low kick that hurts Hunt. He’s having a hard time putting weight on it. Hunt switches stances and Bigfoot increases the volume in his kicks. 10 seconds remaining.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Bigfoot

    Round 3:
    Third and final round! Hunt has a slight limp coming out of his corner. Hunt presses forward with a combination. Bigfoot circles away. Bigfoot goes low with a kick but Hunt changes levels and secures a take down. Bigfoot scrambles and gets back to his feet but Hunt stays on him and completes another take down almost landing in side control. Bigfoot returns to his feet but is pressed against the cage momentarily. They separate off the cage. Hunt lands a jab – Bigfoot attempts to shoot in for a take down but Hunt stuffs his attempt and turns him against the cage. Bigfoot turns off the cage and lands a kick off the break. Hunt lands an uppercut, Bigfoot swings wildly in return. Hunt is getting the better of the exchange. They separate. Hunt lands a huge right hand that floors Bigfoot. Hunt is slow to swarm him likely due to fatigue. Hunt starts landing elbows on him from half guard. Hunt is throwing rights but these aren’t enough to put Bigfoot away. Bigfoot’s nose looks to be busted up.  10 seconds left in the round and Hunt is unloading his ground and pound. The bell sounds. Strong end for Hunt.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Hunt

    Round 4:
    Hunt and Bigfoot come out swinging early. Bigfoot lands a low kick but Hunt is throwing heavy leather connecting with a right. They clinch up with Hunt pressing Bigfoot against the cage. Bigfoot separates and lands a low kick. Hunt defends a take down from Silva and ends up switching it on him completing a double leg and ending up on top of Silva. Silva throws up his legs for an arm bar attempt but Hunt uses the cage to help defend the submission. Hunt is beginning to unload his rights. Bigfoot is able to create space and kick Hunt off and return to his feet but Hunt presses him against the cage. Bigfoot circles off the cage. Hunt lands a right hand. Bigfoot goes for another low kick. Hunt lands a big elbow, Bigfoot lands a right. Hunt follows it up with another elbow. Hunt lands another left and a right. They’re swinging wildly at eachother! Both fighters with their hands at their sides throwing huge bombs. Bigfoot has Hunt backing up. Bigfoot is teeing off. Hunt is eating some big shots. Bigfoot lands a knee. Hunt responds with a big left that has Bigfoot backing up! He lands another right! Hunt looks for an outside trip but as they fall Bigfoot ends up on top. Bigfoot is working his ground and pound now. Hunt tries to hip escape but Bigfoot takes full mount. Bigfoot is unloading once again! Bigfoot opens up a big  cut on the forehead of Hunt with an elbow. Final 10 seconds! Bigfoot lets up a bit on the ground and pound. The round ends!

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Bigfoot

    Round 5:

    Hunt opens the round with a 1-2 combination that lands flush. The crowd reacts. Hunt lands another right. Bigfoot still plods forward. Hunt lands two jabs and a left hook. Bigfoot goes in for a take down. Hunt stuffs the attempt. Hunt lands a jab and a right elbow that split Bigfoot open. Hunt lands three left hooks. Bigfoot shoots in for another take down. Hunt lands a right. Hunt lands another elbow followed by a jab followed by two left hooks. Bigfoot looks hurt. he’s backed up against the cage. Hunt is landing some big shots. Hunt goes to the body with a hook. Bigfoot lands a big right hand before the referee calls for a time out to have the doctor take a look at the cut. The fight is resumed. Hunt goes straight at Bigfoot with a right hand. Bigfoot lands a low kick. Hunt lands a jab. Bigfoot wings an overhand right but misses. Hunt lands a left hook and a right straight. Bigfoot throws an overhand right. Hunt backs up. Bigfoot goes for a weak flying knee followed by a take down attempt. Hunt stuffs the attempt but is pressed against the cage. Bigfoot is starting to tee off on Hunt. Hunt comes back with a HUGE counter left. He circles off the cage. Hunt lands a right elbow. And another.Bigfoot throws a low kick. Hunt with another right hand. Bigfoot clinches with Hunt against the cage. Hunt turns him around. Bigfoot grabs hold of a Thai-plum and throws a knee. Bigfoot eats a right to land one of his own. Hunt presses him against the cage after a brief separation. They battle in the clinch. The bell sounds! What a fight!

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Hunt

    The judges score this fight a majority draw (48-47 Hunt, 47-47, 47-47)

 

Mauricio Rua vs. James Te Huna

Referee: John Sharp

  • Round 1:
    Shogun opens with a low kick followed by a straight left and an overhand right. Shogun with another low kick. And another. Te Huna charges forward with a take down attempt but Shogun sprawls and punsihes Te Huna with a right as he gets up. Shogun connects with a counter left hook. Te Huna goes down! Shogun barely misses with a HUGE right hand (ala Henderson/Bisping) to a lifeless Te Huna laying on his back. The referee steps in and the fight is over!

    Mauricio Rua defeats James Te Huna via knock out at 1:03 in round 1.

 Ryan Bader vs. Anthony Perosh

Referee: John Sharp

  • Round 1:
    They touch gloves and we’re under way. Bader taking the center with Perosh using footwork and circling the outside. Perosh appears to of tripped but Bader isn’t able to swarm him. Bader grabs hold of a Thai-plum and lands some short rights that send Perrosh to the ground. Bader swarms him with ground and pound but Perosh recovers and gets to his feet. Bader then lands a big uppercut that has Perosh hurt. Perosh throws back landing a big right that has Bader backing off. Perosh rushes forward but isn’t able to land anything – he’s tripped up and Bader ends up on top of him against the fence. Bader lands a big elbow followed up by consecutive lefts.Perosh is starting to work his way up to his feet but Bader is sticking to him landing rights whenever there’s an opening. Bader throws out two jabs. Perosh charges forward with another wild combination. Bader ducks under and grabs hold of a body lock dragging Perosh down. Bader continues to work his  ground and pound to close out the round that has a cut opened on the forehead of Perrosh.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Bader

    Round 2:
    Bader is keeping calm so far while Perosh is trying to blitz through Bader. Bader ducks under his combination and manages to take Perosh down once again. Bader is working short elbows from top position. Bader is posturing up to his feet and is looking to rain down some big shots on his way back down into guard. He connects with a right that has Perosh trying to adjust. He rolls over giving up his back to try and prop himself up onto his knees but Bader continues to drag him back down and quite simply beat him up. Bader postures up to his feet again connecting with consecutive big lefts as he works back into guard. Bader is increasing the volume of short elbows thrown to a Perosh who appears to be defenseless at this point. The bell sounds with Bader on top.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Bader

    Round 3:
    Perosh once again attempts another blitz but Bader ducks under and counters his aggression with a take down. Bader lands in side control and lands another glancing elbow. Bader  continues to control Perosh, smothering him with his ground and pound landing non stop lefts and right elbows. Perosh still trying to get back to his feet but Bader is continuing to grind him out. Perosh is able to get back to his feet momentarily but is dragged down by Bader who has increased the volume of his ground and pound ten fold as he looks to finish the fight. Perosh survives the onslaught and once again props himself back to his feet but is immediately taken down. Perosh is bleeding profusely. Bader is pouring it on as we  close out the round.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-8 Bader

      Ryan Bader defeats Anthony Perosh via unanimous decision (30-27. 30-27, 30-26)

Pat Barry vs. Soa Palelei

Referee: Steve Percevel

  • Round 1:
    Quite a noticeable size advantage between the two as Palelei immediately shoots in for the take down. Barry defends against the cage and separates. Barry wings a low kick but misses. He goes high with a kick, also misses. Palelei charges forward for a double leg – Barry connecting with a flying knee but Palelei soaking in and completing the take down. Barry looking to isolate an arm for a kimura but Palelei escapes and loosk to work in Barry’s half guard. Palelei is driving punches into the ribs of Barry. Palelei steps over to full mount and is unloading his ground and pound. Barry looks to be out for a moment as he eats these shots and the referee stops the fight!

    Soa Palelei defeats Pat Barry via knock out at 2:09 in round 1.-

Dylan Andrews vs. Clint Hester

Referee: Cameron Quinn

  • Round 1:Hester takes a wide stance  and circles on the outside. Andrews eats a big right hand. Hester leaps forward with a left hook. Andrews eats a low kick. Hester goes over the top with a big left hook followed by forcing a clinch and throwing a knee. Andrews closes the distance taking away Hester’s mobility and secures a body lock take down. Andrews is riding out half guard but hasn’t thrown any strikes or advances position. He looks to trap the left arm of Hester with his right knee.  Hester obtains an under hook and looks to swivel his hips out and return to his feet. Andrews looks to sink in an arm-in guillotine but Hester escapes and now looks to work in Andrews’ half guard. Andrews is able to obtain an underhook and use a similar escape Hester did to return to his feet. They clinch against the cage – Hester lands a glancing elbow but is slammed down by Andrews who lands in side mount to close out the round.
    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Andrews

    Round 2:
    Andrews is working his low kicks early in this round, landing four consecutive low kicks before Hester throws one of his own. The movement of Hester has slowed significantly it seems, but so has the overall pace. Hester bull rushes Andrews and is able to trip him up and take him down landing in half guard. Hester is working his top control landing short punches and elbows. Andrews is being smothered right now and cannot seem to create any space to find a way up. Hester manages to momentarily take the back of Andrews but Andrews explodes out and works his way up to his feet. Hester lands some huge right hands as Andrews works his way up before they reset in the center. Andrews is wearing the damage of Hester’s ground and pound. Andrews lands a low kick that trips Hester to the ground – he gets up quickly. They exchange some light shots and the bell sounds.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Hester

     Clint Hester defeats Dylan Andrews via TKO (doctor stoppage due to a dislocated shoulder) after round 2

Bethe Correia vs. Julie Kedzie

Referee: Steve Perceval

  • Round 1:
    Correia and Kedzie meet in the center. Kedzie throws a low kick while working her feints. Kedzie wings a right hand. They trade feints. Correia conects with a lead left hook. Kedzie with a body kick. Kedzie lands flush to the body with a front kick. Correia presses forward with a right hand. Kedzie doing a good job keeping Correia at bay with her kicks. Kedzie throws two consecutive body kicks and follows it up with a spinning back fist. Correia looking comfortable trying to counter, that is until she charges forward clinching with Kedzie momentarily pushing her against thec age. They separate and reset in the center.  Correia connects with a body shot followed up by a big right hook. Correia is finding her range. Kedzie connects with a right hand after a failed spinning back kick attempt. Correia forces a clinch pressing Kedzie against the cage landing short shots in the clinch. Correia is imposing her gritty style on Kedzie quite well as we reach the end of this round. Correia throws a high kick but slips. Kedzie tries to swarm but isn’t able to capitalize. Correia shoots in for a take down before the bell getting  Kedzie to the ground.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Correia


    Round 2:
    And we begin round 2. Kedzie opening the round with a low kick. Correia comes forward with a right but eats a body kick on her way in. Kedzie opening up more with her strikes, following up her 1-2 punching combinations with a kick. Correia throws a low kick but Kedzie catches it and counters with a straight right. They circle each other in the center. Correia continues to try and get on the inside but Kedzie is catching her every time she steps in while using her kicks to fight from the fringe. Kedzie connects with another front kick to the body as Correia comes in that has Correia off balance and stumbling. Correia closes the distance pressing Kedzie against the cage. Kedzie creates space and breaks landing an elbow on separation. Correia comes forward with a right, Kedzie grabs a Thai-plum and lands a knee but is pushed against the cage.  Correia utilizing foot stomps and short strikes. Kedzie is able to create room once again landing a knee and a short elbow off the break. Kedzie connects with a spinning back kick to the body, Correia goes over the top with a right. They trade feints before Correia shoots in for a double leg. Kedzie secures under hooks and defends but is pressed against the cage. Correia throws foot stomps once more as she forces Kedzie to carry her weight against the cage. The bell sounds.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Kedzie

    Round 3:

    Kedzie connects with a right to start off the round. Correia comes forward but eats another right. Correia lands a low kick. Correia wings a left hook at Kedzie. Kedzie goes to the body with a kick followed by a high kick. Correia lands with a right over the top. Kedzie looking to reestablish her range with her kicks and feints. Correia is increasing her output and is fighting with urgency. Kedzie connects with a body kick but Correia catches it and punishes Kedzie with a take down. Correia drags Kedzie to the fence for some reason. Kedzie attempts to use the cage to get up to her feet but Correia capitalized and takes her back. Kedzie explodes at the right time turning into Correia and returns to her feet. Kedzie throws a spinning wheel kick that some what lands up stairs. One minute remaining. Correia lands a straight right while Kedzie lands a body kick. They clinch momentarily but let it go before throwing anything. Correia is charging forward with hooks. 10 seconds. Kedzie lands a side kick to the body. Correia rushes Kedzie winging lefts and rights. The bell sounds!

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Correia

    Bethe Correia defeats Julie Kedzie via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

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 Takeya Mizugaki vs. Nam Phan

Referee: John Sharp

  • Round 1:
    Phan takes the center of the cage and is looking to get on the inside by setting it up with his jab. Phan connects with a shot to the body. Mizugaki connects with a body head combination. Mizugaki is winging some heavy punches at Phan. Mizugaki connects with a huge right hook to the body. Mizugaki connects with his left hook once again and presses forward following it up with another body shot. Phan is countering but not landing as significantly. Mizugaki surprises Phan with a take down, securing it easily. Phan uses the cage to get back to his feet, Mizugaki sticks on him but in one quick motion lets go and unloads three punches on an unsuspecting Phan. Miuzgaki and Phan continue to trade in the pocket with Mizugaki getting the better of the exchanges. Mizugaki changes levels for a double leg, elevating Phan and completing the attempt.  Phan props himself up to his feet eating a punch but is able to reset to the center of the cage. Phan looking to establish his jab but Mizugaki connects with a right straight. Mizugaki goes with another big hook to the body and follows it up with a left hook to the head of Phan. And another left hook to the body followed by an overhand right. Mizugaki is unloading his punches on Phan who appears to be a proverbial punching bag for Mizugaki rat this point.

    • @MikalMMA’s Scorecard: 10-9 Mizugaki

    Round 2:
    Phan pressing forward with his jab once again. Mizugaki continues to throw in flurries though with Phan absorbing most of them. Mizugaki connects with a HUGE left hook that finally drops Phan. Phan is backing up. Mizugaki chases  him down. Phan is backed up against the cage. Mizugaki is unloading! Phan is somehow still on his feet. Mizugaki is connecting with flurry after flurry, eventually letting off the gas to prevent himself from burning out. Phan backs off the cage and is once again looking to press forward with the jab. Wow. Mizugaki lands a left hook. Phan still trying to find his range. Mizugaki shoots for a take down but Phan defends. Mizugaki continues to land at will. Phan and Mizugaki clinch up, with Mizugaki taking the back of Phan on their feet. Phan looks to isolate an arm for a kimura but Mizugaki defends. They separate. Mizugaki looking a little more fatigued as Phan is finding some openings for his shots. Mizugaki goes to the body, Phan goes to the body with a left hook as well landing the harder shot. Mizugaki wings a lead uppercut, Phan dodges and counters. The bell sounds. What a round!

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Mizugaki

    Round 3:
    Mizugaki continues to find success with his left hook to the body. Phan coming forward with urgency throwing in combinations. Mizugaki isn’t backing down though, doubling up on his jab setting up his right cross. Mizugaki changes levels for a take down. Phan threatens with a kimura once again but Mizugaki escapes and they reset. Phan connects with a left hook that appears to of stunned Mizugaki who drops for a take down. Phan defends and lets Mizugaki back up. They’re trading wildly in the pocket. Phan comes over the top with a right followed by a left hook to the body. Mizugaki connects with a right. They continue to exchange combinations, both landing flush as defense seems to of been thrown out the window. Mizugaki comes forward with a big left hand. Phan connecting with a right. Mizugaki throws a knee to the body before going back to trading punches with Phan. One minute remaining. Mizugaki goes for a take down but Phan sprawls easily. Phan counters with a left hook. They continue to trade. Mizugaki catches Phan with a left hook followed by a straight. Final 10 seconds. Mizugaki presses forward winging punches. What a fight!
    @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Phan

    Takeya Mizugaki defeats Nam Phan via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-28)

Caio Magalhaes vs. Nick Ring

Referee: Cameron Quinn

  • Round 1:
    Ring takes the center of the cage. Magalhaes exploding with a high kick that misses wide. Ring responds with a high kick of his own – also misses. Magalhaes connects with a body kick. Ring goes high with a kick that connects. Magalhaes responds with an overhand right. An accidental eye poke results in a time out. Ring establishing his jab, Magalhaes winging overhand rights but has yet to land flush since the first one he connected with. They clinch up with Ring landing short knees in the clinch. Magalhaes lands a solid knee off the break. Magalhaes lands an inside low kick. He then shoots in for a take down but Magalhaes defends all the way to the cage. Ring reverses Magalhaes against the cage and has a Thai-plum and is landing some big knees to the body and head. Ring has connected with about ten unanswered knees. Ring lands a big elbow off the break. Surprisingly, Ring goes for a take down. Magalhaes grabs the fence and has his hand literally slapped away by the referee. Ring secures the take down. Magalhaes rolls for a knee bar but Ring defends and obtains side control. Magalhaes is able to create room and return to his feet. Magalhaes grabs a Thai-plum but doesn’t have the same success. Magalhaes connects with a right. Ring changes levels for a take down immediately taking side control.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Ring

    Round 2:
    Ring secures a take down early on in the round which is a surprise given Magalhaes’ grappling credentials. Ring very composed in top control moving to side mount and looking to isolate an arm for a crucifix position. Ring is working some short elbows but is swept by Magalhaes who takes top position. Ring utilizing a butterfly hook while working elbows from his back. Magalhaes looking to advance position but Ring’s defense is solid. Magalhaes postures up to his feet looking to step over but the butterfly of Ring is preventing him from doing so.  Magalhaes lands a good body head combination. Ring switches to full guard. Magalhaes is riding the position landing some peppering ground and pound but not much in terms of significance. Final 10 seconds in the round. Magalhaes finishes the round on top.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Ring

    Round 3:
    Ring takes the center of the octagon, both fighters looking tentative. Magalhaes landing consecutive outside low kicks. They then exchange low kicks. Magalhaes steps in with a right cross. Ring eats a low kick but gives one of his own. Magalhaes connects with a two punch combination. Magalhaes throws a sloppy overhand that misses and eats a low kick. Magalhaes rushes forward with yet another straight right that connects. Magalhaes lands a 1-2 combination that has Ring backing up likely due to fatigue more than anything. Magalhaes swarms him, Ring is tripped up and taken down. Magalhaes works from Ring’s guard but not much action and so the referee stands them up. Magalhaes wings a right hand, Ring ducks under and shoots for a double leg. Magalhaes stuffs and they scramble for position on their knees. Ring with a hold on Magalhaes left leg, Magalhaes with a hold around the back of Ring. Magalhaes is softening Ring up with punches to the body. The referee stands them up again. Ring shoots in for another double leg and they return to the cradle position before the stand up.  Magalhaes continues to work the body of Ring. Ring tries to elevate Magalhaes but Magalhaes defends and continues to throw peppering shots. Magalhaes ends the round on top landing some ground and pound.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Magalhaes

      Caio Magalhaes defeats Nick Ring via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Justin Scoggins vs. Richie Vaculik

Referee: Steve Perceval

  • Round 1:
    Scoggins opens with a spinning heel kick. His karate background is showing. Vaculik is aggressively pressing forward though, not standing infront of Scoggins. Vaculik shoots for a take down but Scoggins is able to roll with him maintaining double underhooks and winds up on top. Vaculik inches  himself back to the cage and is able to get up to his feet. Vaculik and Scoggins scramble for position, Scoggins clips Vaculik with a right that drops him and Scoggins is able to regain top position. Scoggins works his ground and pound but Vaculik appears to of recovered. Vaculik is once again able to cage walk up to his feet but Scoggins stays on him against the cage landing short elbows in the clinch. Scoggins is able to drag him back down, Vaculik with a butterfly guard in. Scoggins forces half guard and steps over into full mount with a minute to go in the round. Vaculik escapes and is able to regain half guard. Vaculik looked to isolate an arm but Scoggins uses his submission attempt to take control of his back and is unloading with ground and pound. The referee steps in and calls a stop to the fight!

    Justin Scoggins defeats Richie Vaculik via TKO at 4:43 in round 1.

Krzysztof Jotko vs. Bruno Santos

Referee: John Sharp

  • Round 1:
    A touch of the gloves and we are underway. Santos pressing forward early taking the center, cutting Jotko off and landing a body kick. Jotko moving side to side very close to the cage. Jotko lunges forward with a left, Santos looks tor espond with a right but is immediately  countered  with a left straight. Santos changes levels for a take down – Jotko defending against the fence. Santos forcing Jotko to carry his weight against the cage landing some short strikes in the clinch. Santos goes for a trip but Jotko is able to wind up on top landing in half guard. Santos scrambles and pops back up to his feet but Jotko stays on him in the clinch. Santos is able to utilize somewhat of a hip throw but Jotko is quick to return to his feet and is able to maintain good position pressing Santos against the cage. Jotko is working his left hand while defending the trips of Santos. Santos turns him around and changes levels looking for a double leg. He drags Jotko down but Jotko returns to his feet immediately though eats a right on his way up. They battle more in the clinch. Jotko goes for a front kick that is countered by a right by Santos and the bell sounds.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Santos

    Round 2:
    Santos takes the center once again. Jotko pawing at him with his jab. Santos rushes forward with a right but is countered with a left hook. Jotko establishing his range with feints and low kicks. Santos wings another overhand right that is countered by Jotko. Santos changes levels for yet another take down but Jotko defends against the cage once more. Jotko peppers the body of Santos with his right hand as they clinch against the cage. They exchange some short strikes – Jotko spins Santos around with a body lock and breaks free. Jotko dances around Santos and connects with a left straight. Santos appears to of gone low with a punch but no time out was called. Santos rushes forward pressing Jotko against the cage once again but Jotko defends his take down attempts and lands short strikes in the clinch. Santos lands a knee to the inner thigh of Jotko before dropping for another take down attempt. Jotko stuffs the attempt and reverses Santos against the cage landing some short knees and punches in the clinch. Jotko connects with a left that has Santos staggering to the ground. Jotko jumps on him with flurries but isn’t able to put him away. Santos appears to be fine. The bell sounds.

    • MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Jotko
  • Round 3:
    Jotko continues to circle around Santos as Santos has appeared to of abandoned combinations and is resorting to winging right hands. Santos rushes forward changing levels for another take down. This time he secures his hands around Jotko for a double leg, picking him up and slamming him onto his back. Santos is looking to work some ground and pound in Jotko’s full guard but nothing significant is landing. Jotko finds some space and is able to escape from the position and finds himself on top of Santos. Santos connects with an elbow as well as some clean punches. Jotko’s ground and pound appeared to be much more significant and was able to maintain top control and establish his ground and pound to close out the latter half of the fight.

    • @MikalMMA ‘s Scorecard: 10-9 Jotko

    Krzysztof Jotko defeats Bruno Santos via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

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Alex Garcia vs. Ben Wall

Referee: Cameron Quinn

  • Round 1:
    Wall takes the center of the octagon and throws a low kick. He presses forward looking to close the distance but is countered with a left hook. Garcia goes high with a kick and follows it up with a right uppercut. Garcia throws another uppercut. Wall is rocked. Garcia follows it up. Wall drops. Garcia lands another huge shot and the referee stops the fight! Wow!

    Alex Garcia defeats Ben Wall via knock out at 0:43 in round 1.

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