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The prelims are scheduled to get underway at around 6.30pm ET (11.30pm UK) with the main card going live at 10pm ET (3am UK).

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Main Card:

Georges St-Pierre defeats Johny Hendricks by split decision (48-47 x2, 47-48)

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Rashad Evans defeats Chael Sonnen by TKO at 4.05mins of Rd1

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Robbie Lawler defeats Rory MacDonald by split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)

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Tyron Woodley defeats Josh Koscheck by KO at 4.38mins of Rd1

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Ali Bagautinov defeats Tim Elliott by unanimous decision (29-28 x2, 30-27)

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Donald Cerrone defeats Evan Dunham by submission (triangle choke) at 3.49mins of Rd2

The first round was big for Cerrone in this one as he really gave Dunham a torrid time on the feet. It wasn’t long before he had dropped him starting with a hard knee and then strikes to follow, though Dunham did well to recover while on the mat and get back upright. Cerrone just went right back to work though with his knees and kicks being particularly effective throughout the round, beating out Dunham in practically every exchange. The second round wasn’t quite as frenetic on the feet, but Cerrone was still clearly well on top. Then he switched things up in the later stages of the round, spinning around to Dunham’s back and taking him down. Dunham did well to escape and get on top himself, but immediately Cerrone slapped on a triangle choke and then maintained it while rolling on top to force the tap.

Thales Leites defeats Ed Herman by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Dominant grappling on the mat from Leites here over three rounds to shut down Herman and earn the decision victory.

Rick Story defeats Brian Ebersole by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

no doubts about the winner in this one – Story bossed the stand-up in this fight from beginning to end. He was doing fairly well with his punches, but it was his leg kicks that had the biggest impact, and that became very clear in the final round as Ebersole’s leg started to buckle several times due to the impact. late in the round he just crumpled to the mat after another kick landed, but he hung in there and managed to make it to the finale bell.

Erik Perez defeats Edwin Figueroa by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Perez’s wrestling was a key factor in earning his decision win here and he racked up some big takedowns and spells of control on the ground throughout the fight. He also looked the more dangerous on the feet, though to his credit Figueroa did land some good shots himself at times.

Jason High defeats Anthony Lapsley by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

High had a big advantage in the wrestling department here and made it count with sustained periods of control on the mat. He threatened with submissions at times, guillotines in particular, but Lapsley showed good defensive awareness to prevent being tapped and stay in the fight until the end. He also managed to capitalize on a mistake from his opponent and get on top in the second round, though he wasn’t particularly effective on top.

Sergio Pettis defeats Will Campuzano by unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)

Pettis gets a win under his belt in his UFC debut, but Campuzano made him work for it.  Pettis’ best work came on the feet, particularly in the first round when he made good use of chopping leg kicks to take the spring out of his opponent’s step, while a knee to the head in the second momentarily buckled Campuzano’s legs.  In general Pettis had the better of the stand-up, but Campuzano had some success with takedowns, though he struggled to make much of his advantage on top.  Pettis landed a few takedowns of his own, with one in the dying seconds of the final round helping ensuring that he won the round, and the fight.

Gian Villante defeats Cody Donovan by TKO at 1.22mins of Rd2

Donovan appeared to be outstriking Villante in the opening round, but the tables turned out-of-the-blue early in the second round as Donovan attempted a high kick, only to be met with a big right hand at the same time that sent him falling backwards across the cage.  Villante followed up with a few punches on the mat for the TKO finish.

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