UFC Fight Night 35 Quick Results

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Main Card:

  • Luke Rockhold def. Constantinos Philippou via TKO (Body Kick) – Round 1, 2:31
  • Brad Tavares def. Lorenz Larkin via Unanimous Decision
  • T.J. Dillashaw def. Mike Easton via Unanimous Decision
  • Yoel Romero def. Derek Brunson via TKO (Strikes) – Round 3, 3:23
  • John Moraga def. Dustin Ortiz via Split Decision
  • Cole Miller def. Sam Sicilia via Rear Naked Choke – Round 2, 1:54

Preliminary Card:

  • Ramsey Nijem def. Justin Edwards via Unanimous Decision
  • Elias Silverio def. Isaac Vallie-Flagg via Unanimous Decision
  • Trevor Smith def. Brian Houston via Split Decision
  • Louis Smolka def. Alptekin Ozkilic via Unanimous Decision
  • Vinc Pichel def. Garett Whiteley via Unanimous Decision
  • Beneil Dariush def. Charlie Brenneman via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 1:45

Yoel Romero vs Derek Brunson, Vinc Pichel vs Garett Whiteley Added to UFN 35

Yoel Romero

Yoel Romero

  • 6-1 MMA / 2-0 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Clifford Starks, Ronny Markes

Derek Brunson

Derek Brunson

  • 11-2 MMA / 2-0 UFC Debut
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Chris Leben, Lumumba Sayers, Brian Houston


Vinc Pichel

Vinc Pichel

  • 7-1 MMA / 0-1 UFC Record
  • Won 6 of Last 7 Fights
  • Notable Wins: David Gardner

Garrett Whiteley

Garett Whiteley 

  • 7-1 MMA / 0-1 UFC Record
  • Won 5 of Last 6 Fights
  • Notable Wins:


UFC Fight Night 35

January 15th, 2014

Duluth, Georgia

The Arena at Gwinnett Center


Yoel Romero earned his second straight knockout victory in a row, this time against Ronny Markes in the third round at UFC Fight Night 31. In his promotional debut last April, Romero added to his highlight reel with a stunning first round flying knee knockout of Clifford Starks.

Derek Brunson got his first stoppage victory since July 2011 at UFC Fight Night 31, stopping Brian Houston in the first round by submission. He’s now 2-0 in the UFC, with a unanimous decision win over Chris Leben at UFC 155 in his debut.

Ultimate Fighter 15 semi-finalist, Vinc Pichel suffered his first career loss at the TUF 16 Finale, a  first round knockout loss to rising superstar Rustam Khabilov in his UFC debut. He previously was 7-0, with all seven career victories coming by way of knockout.

Garett Whiteley also was unsuccessful in his UFC debut, losing to Alan Patrick in the first round via TKO at UFC Fight Night 29. Whiteley was a perfect 7-0 before his loss to Patrick, with all seven wins coming by way of stoppages (4 KO/TKO, 3 Submissions).

The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale Quick Results

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Main Card

  • Roy Nelson def. Matt Mitrione via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:58
  • Colton Smith def. Mike Ricci via unanimous decision
  • Pat Barry def. Shane del Rosario via KO (punches) – Round 2, 0:26
  • Dustin Poirier def. Jonathan Brookins via submission (D’Arce choke) – Round 1, 4:15

Preliminary Card

  • Mike Pyle def. James Head via TKO (knee and punches) – Round 1, 1:55
  • Johnny Bedford def. Marcos Vinicius via KO (punches) – Round 2, 1:00
  • Rustam Khabilov def. Vinc Pichel via KO (slam, punches) – Round 1, 2:15
  • T.J. Waldburger def. Nick Catone via submission (triangle choke) – Round 2, 1:04
  • Hugo Viana def. Reuben Duran via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 4:05
  • Mike Rio def. John Cofer via submission (armbar) – Round 3, 4:11
  • Tim Elliott def. Jared Papazian via unanimous decision

Vinc Pichel vs Rustam Khabilov Booked for TUF 16 Finale

Vinc Pichel

  • 6-0 MMA / UFC Debut
  • 6 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: David Gardner

Rustam Khabilov

  • 14-1 MMA / UFC Debut
  • 3 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Jason Dent


The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale

December 1st, 2012

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino


The Ultimate Fighter season 15 alum, Vinc Pinchel will finally make his UFC debut in December after an injury kept him out his season’s finale. Pichel advanced to the semifinals of the show, losing to Al Iaquinta in the semifinals. He’s undefeated in his young mixed martial arts career, most recently beating David “Hello Japan” Gardner by second round TKO in August of last year.

Russian lightweight prospect, Rustam Khabilov earns a shot in the big show after amassing an impressive 14-1 record in Europe. He’s currently on a three-fight win streak, including a unanimous decision victory over UFC-veteran Jason Dent in May.