UFC on FOX 9 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Demetrious Johnson def. Joseph Benavidez via KO (Punch) – Round 1, 2:08
  • Urijah Faber def. Michael McDonald via Guillotine Choke – Round 2, 3:22
  • Chad Mendes def. Nik Lentz via Unanimous Decision
  • Joe Lauzon def. Mac Danzig via Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card:

  • Ryan LaFlare def. Court McGee via Unanimous Decision
  • Edson Barboza def. Danny Castillo via Majority Decision
  • Bobby Green def. Pat Healy via Unanimous Decision
  • Zach Makovsky def. Scott Jorgensen via Unanimous Decision
  • Sam Stout def. Cody McKenzie via Unanimous Decision
  • Abel Trujillo def. Roger Bowling via TKO (Punches) – Round 2, 1:35
  • Alptekin Ozkilic def. Darren Uyenoyama via Split Decision

Carlos Condit vs Matt Brown, Joe Lauzon vs Mac Danzig Joins UFC on FOX 9

Carlos Condit

 

Carlos Condit

  • 29-7 MMA / 6-3 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Rory MacDonald, Dong Hyun Kim, Nick Diaz

Matt Brown

 

Matt Brown

  • 18-11 MMA / 11-5 UFC Record
  • 5 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Jordan Mein, Mike Pyle, Mike Swick

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Joe Lauzon

 

Joe Lauzon

  • 22-9 MMA / 9-6 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Jeremy Stephens, Melvin Guillard, Jamie Varner

Mac Danzig

 

Mac Danzig

  • 21-11-1 MMA / 5-7 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Justin Buchholz, Joe Stevenson, Efrain Escudero

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UFC on FOX 9

December 14th, 2013

Modesto, California

Sleep Train Arena

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Carlos Condit ended a two-fight losing skid at UFC Fight Night 27 with a vicious fourth round TKO victory over Martin Kampmann. Previously, Condit had lost back-to-back decisions against UFC welterweight champion Georges St Pierre and current #1 contender, Johny Hendricks. After losing a razor-thin split decision against Kampmann in his debut, Condit rattled off five straight victories to earn a shot at UFC gold in November of last year.

Matt Brown’s unexpected tear through the UFC’s welterweight division continued at UFC Fight Night 26 with a 29-second knockout victory over Mike Pyle. He’s now won six straight fights, including four straight knockout victories over Luis Ramos, Mike Swick, Jordan Mein, and Pyle.

Joe Lauzon is in a must-win situation to stay among the elite in the 155-pound division, following back-to-back decision losses to Jim Miller and Michael Johnson. His last victory came at UFC on FOX 4, submitting Jamie Varner in the third round of a “Fight of the Year” candidate.

Despite going just 3-7 in his last ten fights, Ultimate FIghter season six winner, Mac Danzig will get another opportunity to pick up a win inside the octagon. Most recently, Danzig suffered a brutal second round knockout defeat to Melvin Guillard at UFC on FOX 8. The loss was his second consecutive loss, including a split decision defeat to Takanori Gomi in November of last year.

UFC Fight Night 26 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Chael Sonnen def. Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua via Guillotine Choke – Round 1, 4:44
  • Travis Browne def. Alistair Overeem via KO (Strikes) – Round 1, 4:08
  • Urijah Faber def. Iuri Alcantara via Unanimous Decision
  • Matt Brown def. Mike Pyle via KO (Punches) – Round 1, 0:29
  • John Howard def. Uriah Hall via Split Decision
  • Michael Johnson def. Joe Lauzon via Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card:

  • Michael McDonald def. Brad Pickett via Triangle Choke – Round 2, 3:43
  • Conor McGregor def. Max Holloway via Unanimous Decision
  • Steven Siler def. Mike Brown via KO (Punches) – Round 1, 0:50
  • Diego Brandao def. Daniel Pineda via Unanimous Decision
  • Manvel Gamburyan def. Cole Miller via Unanimous Decision
  • Ovince St. Preux def. Cody Donovan via KO (Punches) – Round 1, 2:07
  • James Vick def. Ramsey Nijem via Guillotine Choke  – Round 1, 0:58

Joe Lauzon vs Michael Johnson Headed to UFC on FOX Sports 1

Joe Lauzon

 

Joe Lauzon

  • 22-8 MMA / 9-5 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Jeremy Stephens, Melvin Guillard, Jamie Varner

Michael Johnson

 

Michael Johnson

  • 12-8 MMA / 4-4 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Danny Castillo, Shane Roller, Tony Ferguson

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UFC on FOX Sports 1

August 17th, 2013

Boston, Massachusetts

TD Garden

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Joe Lauzon earned his unprecedented 9th UFC bonus in a losing effort against Jim Miller at UFC 155, dropping a unanimous decision but picking up “Fight of the Night” honors to soften the blow. He’s currently lost two out of his last three fights, including a knockout loss to Anthony Pettis and a submission victory over Jamie Varner.

Michael Johnson may find himself on the chopping block with another loss, after suffering his second consecutive loss at UFC on Fuel TV 9, getting submitted by Reza Madadi in the third round. Johnson previously had a three-fight win streak in the octagon, including victories over Shane Roller, Tony Ferguson, and Danny Castillo, before having that streak snapped by Myles Jury at UFC 155.

UFC 155 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Cain Velasquez def. Junior Dos Santos via Unanimous Decision
  • Jim Miller def. Joe Lauzon via Unanimous Decision
  • Costantinos Phillipou def. Tim Boetsch via TKO (Strikes) – Round 3, 2:11
  • Yushin Okami def. Alan Belcher via Unanimous Decision
  • Derek Brunson def. Chris Leben via Unanimous Decision

Preliminary Card:

  • Eddie Wineland def. Brad Pickett via Split Decision
  • Erik Perez def. Byron Bloodworth via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 3:50
  • Jamie Varner def. Melvin Guillard via Split Decision
  • Myles Jury def. Michael Johnson via Unanimous Decision
  • Todd Duffee def. Phillip de Fries via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 2:04
  • Max Holloway def. Leonard Garcia via Split Decision
  • John Moraga def. Chris Cariaso via Guillotine Choke – Round 3, 1:11

Gray Maynard Out; Joe Lauzon vs Jim Miller Booked for UFC 155

Joe Lauzon

  • 22-7 MMA / 9-4 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Jeremy Stephens, Melvin Guillard, Jamie Varner

 

Jim Miller

  • 21-4 MMA / 10-3 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Gleison Tibau, Mark Bocek, Melvin Guillard

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UFC 155

December 29th, 2012

Las Vegas, Nevada

Venue TBD

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Joe Lauzon added to his bonus count by earning both the “Fight of the Night” and “Submission of the Night” honors with third round triangle choke victory, over Jamie Varner at UFC on FOX 4. The win was his third out of his last four fights, which all came by submission. His one defeat was a highlight real knockout loss via Anthony Pettis at UFC 144.

Jim Miller lost a title eliminator fight to Nate Diaz at UFC on Fox 3, getting submitted in the second round by guillotine choke. It was Miller’s second loss in three fights also dropping a unanimous decision to current UFC lightweight champion, Benson Henderson at UFC Live on Versus 5. His last win was first round rear naked choke victory over Melvin Guillard in January of this year.

Joe Lauzon vs Gray Maynard Set for UFC 155

Joe Lauzon

  • 22-7 MMA / 9-4 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Jeremy Stephens, Melvin Guillard, Jamie Varner

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Gray Maynard

  • 11-1-1 MMA / 9-1-1 UFC Record
  • 1 Win, 1 Loss, 1 Draw in Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Nate Diaz, Kenny Florian, Clay Guida

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UFC 155

December 29th, 2012

Las Vegas, Nevada

Venue TBD

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Joe Lauzon added to his bonus count by earning both the “Fight of the Night” and “Submission of the Night” honors with third round triangle choke victory, over Jamie Varner at UFC on FOX 4. The win was his third out of his last four fights, which all came by submission. His one defeat was a highlight real knockout loss via Anthony Pettis at UFC 144.

Gray Maynard earned an unappealing split decision against Clay Guida at UFC on FX 4 in one of the more disappointing fights of the year. Previous to the Guida fight, Maynard challenged for the UFC lightweight title twice against Frank Edgar, first time fighting to a draw, then getting stopped in the 4th round by knockout in the rematch.