Stay tuned to https://mmainsight.com this evening for all the UFC On FOX 12 results live as they happen from San Jose, California.
The action is expected to get underway at 4.15pm ET (9.15pm UK) with the main card going live at 8pm ET (1am UK).
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Robbie Lawler defeats Matt Brown by unanimous decision (49-46 x2, 48-47)
Anthony Johnson defeats Antonio Rogerio Nogueira by TKO at 0.44mins of Rd1
Dennis Bermudez defeats Clay Guida by submission (Rear-naked choke) at 2.57mins of Rd2
Bobby Green defeats Josh Thomson by split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)
Jorge Masvidal defeats Daron Cruickshank by unanimous decision (29-28 x2, 29-27)
Cruickshank impressed in the first round as he gave Masvidal a lot of problems with his slick arsenal of kicks while a big right hand almost finished ‘Gamebred’ – toppling him to the mat, thought he recovered remarkably quickly. Masvidal secured a takedown at the end of the round though and opened up a cut below his opponents left eye. He then continued that momentum in the second, latching onto a guillotine choke and then dropping to the mat and rolling to end up on top of Cruickshank. He spent much of the rest of the round on top and threatened with a d’arce choke. Now seeing a clear route to victory, Masvidal again looked for the takedown in the third round, and was eventually able to get it and keep on top to ensure the decision victory was going in his favor.
Patrick Cummins defeats Kyle Kingsbury by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-25, 30-24)
Cummins absolutely dominated Kingsbury thanks to his wrestling over three rounds, but seemed happy to settle for being in complete control on top rather than going for a finish.
Tim Means defeats Hernani Perpetuo by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Perpetuo came out swinging in the opening round and had Means backing up and looking to clinch to slow the pace down. after surviving that initial onslaught, Means then began to ease his way into the fight in the second round, working well from range behind the jab, picking his hots nicely and shutting down Perpetuo’s offense in the process. By the third round it was pretty much one way traffic and it became evident that Perpetuo was dealing with a potentially broken arm as he wasn’t using his left hand at all and had it down by his side. He still motioned for Means to come at him though, and his opponent obliged until the final bell.
Brian Ortega defeats Michael De La Torre by submission (rear-naked choke) at 1.49mins of Rd1
We finally have our first finish of the night as Ortega hops on De La Torre’s back early in the opening round and applies a tight rear-naked choke to force the tap out.
Tiago dos Santos defeats Arbarh Arreola by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27 x2)
Yet another close fight on the feet that heads to the scorecards, this time with ‘Trator’ earning a unanimous decision victory largely thanks to his more aggressive output, but there wasn’t a huge amount between them.
Gilbert Burns defeats Andreas Stahl by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Another competitive striking battle here, with Burns landing a little more often and causing more damage over the course to seal the unanimous decision win.
Joanna Jedrzejczyk defeats Juliana Lima by unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)
Jedrzejczky proved to be the better technical striker here as she picked apart Lima over the course of three rounds, showing fast hands and working nicely to the body at times.
Noad Lahat defeats Steven Siler by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
A competitive fight to start the night here with Lahat getting the better of the first ten minutes and putting Siler in real danger with a triangle choke late in the second. Siler survived though and turned the tables in the third by taking Lahat’s back and threatening with a submission of his own, but he couldn’t find the finish that he needed.