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UFC 146: Quick Results

May 27th 2012

Quick results from UFC 146, which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada last night and saw Junior Dos Santos retain the heavyweight title by way of a second-round knockout of Frank Mir.

Every fight on the all-heavyweight main card finished inside the distance and the undercard also saw Dan Hardy snap a four-fight losing streak with a first-round stoppage of Duana ‘Bang’ Ludwig.

In the preliminary action, the UK’s Paul Sass continued his remarkable run of submission victories with yet another triangle win, his latest victim being Jacob Volkmann.

Main Card (PPV)

Junior Dos Santos defeated Frank Mir via TKO (Punches, Round 2, 3:04)
Cain Velasquez defeated Antonio Silva via TKO (Punches, Round 1, 3:36)
Roy Nelson defeated Dave Herman via Knockout (Punches, 1st Round, 0:51)
Stipe Miocic defeated Shane Del Rosario via TKO (Elbows, Round 2, 3:14)
Stefan Struve defeated Lavar Johnson via Submission (Armbar, Round 1, 1:05)

Preliminary Bouts (Aired on FX)

Darren Elkins defeated Diego Brandao via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Jamie Varner defeated Edson Barboza via TKO (Punches, Round 1, 3:23)
C.B. Dollaway defeated Jason 'Mayhem' Miller via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-26, 29-28)
Dan Hardy defeated Duane 'Bang' Ludwig via Knockout (Strikes, Round 1, 3:51)

Preliminary Bouts (Facebook)

Paul Sass defeated Jacob Volkmann via Submission (Triangle choke/armbar, Round 1, 1:54)
Glover Teixeira defeated Kyle Kingsbury via Submission (Arm-triangle choke, Round 1, 1:53)
Mike Brown defeated Daniel Pineda via Unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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  • Dan

    Posted at 10:05 on May 27th 2012

    Great night of fights last night. Although JDS was as impressive as ever, it was Cain who really impressed me. Even before the start of the fight he looked like a man on a mission. The next fight between JDS and Cain should be a real barn burner.
    Anyone have any comments/thoughts on Brock being there...You think we could see Lesnar come out of retirement?

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  • Mark

    Posted at 13:56 on May 27th 2012

    Great night of fights last night. Although JDS was as impressive as ever, it was Cain who really impressed me. Even before the start of the fight he looked like a man on a mission. The next fight between JDS and Cain should be a real barn burner.

    Anyone have any comments/thoughts on Brock being there...You think we could see Lesnar come out of retirement?


    I heard he has quit WWE recently, perhaps he may come out of retirement if UFC offer him big money for easier fights. JDS looked good but he was I think overly cautious after Mir's takedown attempt at the start of the fight.

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