Stay tuned to https://mmainsight.com this evening for all the UFC 174 results live as they happen in Vancouver, Canada.

The preliminary action gets underway at 7pm ET (12am UK) with the main card going live at 10pm (3am UK).

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Main Card:

Demetrious Johnson defeats Ali Bagautinov by unanimous decision (50-45 x3)

Fight Report

Rory MacDonald defeats Tyron Woodley by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Fight Report

Ryan Bader defeats Rafael Cavalcante by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Fight Report

Andrei Arlovski defeats Brendan Schaub by split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)

Fight Report

Ovince St. Preux defeats Ryan Jimmo by verbal tapout at 2.10mins of Rd2

Fight Report

Prelims:

Kiichi Kunimoto defeats Daniel Sarafian by submission (Rear-naked choke) at 2.52mins of Rd1

Swift finish for Kunimoto here as he takes Sarafian’s back early and locks in a very tight RNC for the finish.

Valerie Letourneau defeats Elizabeth Phillips by split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)

Phillips got off to a good start here with her early offensive output resulting in serious swelling to Letourneau’s left eye badly – quite possibly an orbital fracture. All credit to Letourneau though who stayed composed and began to combat Phillips aggression with superior technique. Phillips continued to press forward, head down and arms swinging for the entire 15 minutes, but her work become more and more labored as the minutes ticked by and she proved to be an easy target for Letourneau to hit. So, despite her left eye being swollen shut Letourneau was able to get the better of her opponent and earn her first UFC victory.

Yves Jabouin defeats Mike Easton by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Easton started off aggressively with his straight punches down the pipe connecting frequently in the opening minutes. However, Jabouin then took him down for the first, but certainly not the last time in the fight and from then on it was he who steadily gained the upperhand. It wasn’t just with takedowns and top control either, with his striking coming into play too, with good kicks, to the body in particular, finding their mark over the course of three rounds.

Tae Hyun Bang defeats Kajan Johnson by KO at 2.01mins of Rd3

This was a competitive fight throughout in which both men had battled through adversity, with Johnson having been rocked by a punch in the first round, while Bang’s breathing was affected after his nose was busted open by a Johnson elbow in the second. It remained a closely fought contest until mid-way through the third round when Bang managed to walk through a head kick from Johnson and then respond immediately with a big looping right hand to the jaw that knocked Johnson out.

Michinori Tanaka defeats Roland Delorme by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)

Tanaka gets a relatively comfortable win here, limiting Delorme’s opportunities to strike and picking his moments well to land takedowns. On the mat he was able to control the action, and while he didn’t offer up to much offense he was able to open up some cuts to Delorme’s face with short elbows.

Jason Saggo defeats Josh Shockley by TKO at 4.57mins of Rd1

Saggo was able to get Shockley down early and controlled virtually the entire round from their, eventually moving to mount and then back mount. As the final seconds of the round ticked down Saggo was going all out for the finish, flattening Shockley out and raining down repeated blows, forcing the referee to end the fight with just three second remaining in the opening stanza.

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