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Oli Thompson vs. Shawn Jordan
Round 1
Jordan paws with his punches before landing his left hand and moving Thompson backward. The American starts to land in combination and is landing cleaner punches for the first half of the round. Thompson starts to find his range finally and lands a heavy right hand on Jordan. Thompson looking more comfortable on the feet. Jordan returns fire two a two-piece that puts Thompson on the mat, and Jordan tries to flurry for the finish. Thompson gets back to his feet in a scramble, and locks up a kimura. Jordan rolls out and Thompson clinches standing, but eats knees or his trouble. Thompson face is getting messed up from the damage. Jordan is landing with both hands again until Thompson lands a Superman punch. Both men land big punches before the horn. Sherdog.com scores the round 10-9 for Shawn Jordan.

Round 2
Both heavyweights attack with punches again. Thompson is being overwhelmed again by Jordan's punching, but he is hanging tough despite getting marked up. One-two lands for Jordan. Referee Steve Perceval warns the fighters for more action as they're both starting to slow. Thompson has become a sitting duck for the punches of the former LSU fullback. Thompson get smacked with a big uppercut. He continues to stand in front of Jordan, but he's hurt. Jordan taunts him, moving forward with heavy uppercuts and knees, dropping Thompson to the mat. Jordan follows up with punches to seal it. Steve Perceval calls the fight at 3:53 of the second round.

Daniel Pineda vs. Mackens Semerzier
Round 1
After an inside low kick by Semerzier, Pineda charges him with punches and gets his back to the fence. Semerzier turns the clinch and bails on it, with Pineda missing punches on the exit. Semerzier kicks to the body, and Pineda counters with a right. They brawl inside, punctuated by a hard Semerzier knee. As Semerzier kicks, Pineda smacks him with a hard jab. Unfortunately, the kick goes low and Pineda gets a brief respite from referee Leon Roberts. Solid outside leg kick by Pineda. Left hook by Pineda flattens Semerzier on his seat, and “The Pit” punches his way right into mount. From there, Pineda is pristine: he rolls into a beautiful triangle, then pops Semerzier’s arm to force the tap. A great submission from Daniel Pineda end the bout at 2:05.

T.J. Waldburger vs. Jake Hecht
Round 1

Probing front kick lands for Hecht. They exchange, and Waldburger cracks Hecht with a left hook. Hecht returns fire with a right uppercut of his own. Waldburger clinches and instantly takes Hecht down. Hecht tries to jump up and control with a whizzer, but Waldburger jumps over his foe and rolls through for an armbar, similar to Dustin Hazelett on Josh Burkman. Hecht rolls through and tries to escape, but Waldburger keeps his arm, pops the hips, and it’s a wrap. Sensational finish by T.J. Waldburger at just 55 seconds into the first round.

Kyle Noke vs. Andrew Craig
Round 1
After trading kicks, Noke rushes Craig quickly and gets a takedown. Craig tries to stand against the fence, but the Australian controls him with a front headlock. Noke turns the corner and gets Craig’s back, instantly looked for the rear-naked choke. Craig stands and is able to shake Noke, but Noke holds the rear waistlock and keeps threatening to take his back. Noke lands a sharp knee to the head from behind Craig, and then throws him back to the mat. Noke takes Craig’s back with one hook, Gable gripping his chin. Craig breaks free, but Noke stays on top and sets up in full guard. A Craig triangle is quickly thwarted by Noke, who lands two heavy left elbows. Noke goes to half and lands several clean right hands before Craig shrimps away and gets back to his feet. They clinch, Craig defends a Noke kneepick attempt, and they circle away. Wild overhand right for Noke glances Craig’s chin. Noke gallops forward right into a counter left hook from Craig. Nice kick to the body lands for Noke, marking the best action of the final minute.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Noke
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Noke
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Noke

Round 2
Craig feints with his hands and cracks Noke with an outside low kick, but the Aussie responds with one of his own. Craig comes into the pocket swinging, and Noke cuts the corner and hits him with another good low kick. Craig walks Noke down to the fence and feints, trying to set up a place for his right. He stings Noke with one, but can’t follow up. The Aussie snatches up a high single-leg, and Craig smashes him with short elbows, winding up on top in half guard. Noke regains full guard and looks for a triangle, but Craig postures up and shuts it down. Right hands and elbows for Craig land on top as Noke continues to look for the triangle by using wrist control. Noke pushes Craig away with just under a minute to fight, and Craig allows his foe to stand. Noke lands a jab and a right hand before following with knees. Just as Noke gets aggressive, Craig clips him with a short hook on the way in that stuns him. Noke hits the mat on his seat, and Craig dives into half guard, where he stays until the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Craig
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Craig
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Craig

Round 3
The middleweights trade tired kicks to start the final frame. A left hook for the circling Noke lands, and he follows with two kicks. Craig trips him up off the second kick, but Noke is back to his feet instantly. Craig whips his right overhand above Noke’s jab, landing above the ear. Noke shoots, and Craig shuts it down before attempting a wild, out-of-range kneetap of his own. Noke punches and shoots in on another single, driving Craig back to the fence. Craig fights is, pummeling and getting an underhook, but Noke stays glued to his waist and finally drags him to the mat halfway through the round. Craig sits on the mat for a few seconds, taking a breather before walking up the fence and breaking free from Noke. Noke continues to push a tired-but-effective jab into Craig’s face. With 90 seconds to go, Craig explodes with a power double-leg, driving Noke straight to his back with a sudden show of force. Noke gets his back to the fence and Craig chips away with short right hands. Noke rolls to the turtle position, and Craig punches away as Noke tries to escape. Noke bails out looking for a kneebar, and Craig sits up and punches away until the bell.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Craig (29-28 Craig)
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Craig (29-28 Craig)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Craig (29-28 Craig)

Official result: All three judges -- Sal D'Amato, Andy Roberts and Chris Watts -- score the bout 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Andrew Craig.

Cole Miller vs. Steven Siler
Round 1
Siler walks Miller down over the first 30 seconds and lands two hard low kicks. Miller clinches, and they work with over-unders along the fence. Miller can’t get the takedown, and they break away. Siler lands another leg kick, and when Miller returns, Siler catches it and knocks him to the mat with a right cross. Siler catches another Miller kick, but can’t land a punch on the follow. The featherweights duel kicks once again. Siler steps in and gets caught with a short left counter, but comes right back and lands his own right hand. Double jab and a right hand lands for Miller and the ATT rep clinches again, but still can’t find the takedown. Clean, hard right lands for Miller, but Siler rips off four shots in response. Low kick by Miller breaks Siler’s posture. Siler clinches off an exchange and runs Miller to the fence, but nothing coming of it. Siler continues to press forward, and he stands Miller up with a hook-uppercut combo. Miller ducks under a Siler hook and runs for a takedown, but Siler defends with a guillotine and takes top before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Siler
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Siler
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Siler

Round 2
Hard Siler low kicks start the second round. Right hook to the body and a left hook up top land for Siler, who is all over his foe along the fence with winging hooks. Miller circles away and looks for a takedown of his own. Miller finally runs Siler to the mat with an outside trip, but Siler gets right back up. Miller lands a hard right on Siler, but the TUF 14 alum is undaunted. Siler continues to stalk Miller, even after Miller lands a heavy right uppercut that rocks his head back. Miller gets Siler back to the fence and bobbles his opponent’s around with two-handed punching, but Siler circles away once more. Siler is bloodied from his nose and his upper lip. Each time Miller seems to start landing, Siler roars back with combinations of his own. Siler is now starting to retreat as Miller’s right hand starts to smear blood on his face. However, Siler comes back with a hard right to the body and then a one-two. Siler clinches, but can’t get a takedown. They break, and Miller looks for a takedown of his own before the horn. Siler shrugs him off, and gives chase at the horn. Good round of back-and-forth action.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Siler
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Siler
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Siler

Round 3
Miller kicks low as an arm-weary Siler continues walking forward with wide-swiping hooks. Miller finally counters Siler with a right hand, but continues to eat right hooks to the body from Siler who is relentless in pursuit of “Magrinho.” Clean right straight from Miller crashes into Siler, but Siler backs him right back up with a one-two. Siler looks for a half-hearted takedown, but Miller easily shrugs him off. Miller jabbing and low kicking but not landing hard. Miller lands a front kick and gets to the collar tie, but Siler breaks his grip and gets off of the fence with two minutes go fight. Miller jab snaps Siler’s head back, and he clinches in another attempt to put Siler on the ground. Siler tries to turn and run out of a waistlock, but Miller sucks him to the mat and moves right into quarter guard on top. Heavy rights hands for Miller, and he takes full mount with 20 seconds left. Miller tries to force Siler to roll and expose his back, but can’t do it, and Siler winds up getting guard back before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Miller (29-28 Siler)
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Miller (29-28 Siler)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Miller (29-28 Siler)

Official result: All three judges -- Sal D'Amato, Charlie Keech and Kon Papaioannou -- score the bout 29-28, for the winner by unanimous decision, Steven Siler.

Anthony Perosh vs. Nick Penner
Round 1

Perosh is tentative as he waits to close the distance on the southpaw Penner. Perosh rushes in with an overhand right, but when he finally gets a hold of him, Penner is able to shuck him by and remain standing. The Perosh overhand appears to have cut up Penner’s eye. The Australian dives at Penner’s legs, and pulls him to the mat. As “The Hippo” starts to pound on top, Penner suddenly pulls off a scissor sweep and regains his feet. The blood is really flowing from a mouse below Penner’s left eye. Perosh bulls into the clinch again and looks for double underhooks on Penner. The Canadian breaks free, but Perosh lands a hard knee on the exit that has Penner wincing. Perosh lands another overhand right and gets another takedown on Penner, moving right into half guard where he gets busy with elbows. Perosh moves to side. Penner gets half guard back, but Perosh smoothly moves to mount. Penner is overmatched on the ground and just getting punched repeatedly by Perosh. The Aussie goes for an arm-triangle to end the bout, but Penner defends wisely and exposes his back. Rather than keep trying for it, Perosh punches away with his right hand, landing clean on the face. Penner just lays there, waiting for the bell. Referee John Sharp warns him to defend, but Penner doesn’t. Sharp steps in with just one second to go in the round, giving Perosh the TKO win at 4:59 of the first round.

James Te Huna vs. Aaron Rosa
Round 1

Rosa jabs at the air as Te Huna looks for inside low kicks. Te Huna lands a hard right, and bulls forward with heavy blows inside, backing Rosa up to the fence. Left hook for Te Huna lands on the break, and he’s all over Rosa. Rosa is getting torn with Te Huna’s right uppercuts and hooks. The left side of Rosa’s face is pouring blood as the crowd gasp with each salvo. A Rosa left hook lands on Te Huna and does absolutely nothing. Te Huna is like The Terminator now, walking forward and smashing Rosa with punches. The bloodied Rosa finally hits the mat off of a series of massive rights. Te Huna kneels and punishes Rosa with right after right, square to the face, until Leon Roberts intervenes at 2:08 of the first round. Brutal victory for James Te Huna.

Court McGee vs. Constantinos Philippou
Round 1
Philippou circles from side to side, trying to counter on the forward-moving McGee. McGee finally rushes with a right, but loses his balance as Philippou returns fire. McGee ducks and is raked by two hooks from Philippou. A right uppercut smacks for Philippou, who is starting to look comfortable standing. A quick head kick for McGee glances his foe, but the Serra-Longo product hits him with a straight right. McGee continues to slowly walk forward, pumping his jab, as Philippou answers with his right hook and right uppercut. Winging hooks land for both men with two minutes to go in the round. McGee double jabs at the air and goes for a leg, but Philippou easily sidesteps the attempt. McGee shoots, bails and tries to fire punches, but Philippou tags him with another heavy right, knocking him off balance again. Hard flurry with both fighters landing, but McGee lands a left hook that wobbles Philippou before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Philippou
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Philippou
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-10

Round 2
It’s mostly misses through the first minute as both men gauge the distance standing. McGee gets into clinching range, but Philippou cracks him with a hard right hook. Double jab for Philippou gets through. Both men trading left hooks in short exchanges, but neither can land clean on the other. McGee continues to advance on Philippou, but can’t land strikes or set up his takedown. McGee ducks under and tries a double-leg, but Philippou gets an underhook and shuts it down. Philippou lands a glancing left hook. McGee clinches as his foe comes forward, but eats a big uppercut and stalls out along the fence. Chipping lefts from McGee do little to slow Philippou, who muscles his way off the fence. Left hook at the end of a three-piece lands for Philippou. McGee ducks into another right uppercut. Left hook-right uppercut for Philippou smacks McGee through the gloves, and the former TUF winner responds with a spinning back elbow which is blocked. They exchange before the horn with no telling blows landed.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Philippou
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Philippou
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Philippou

Round 3
Both men again look to the left hook early, but neither can get it by their opponent’s guard. McGee pressures Philippou, putting his head down and winging punches that land on Philippou. The TUF 11 champ is bleeding from his left ear and nose. McGee continues to give chase, and throws a low kick that goes a shade high, catching Philippou on the cup. After a short respite, the bout restarts and “The Crusher” puts Philippou on the mat with a high single-leg, but Philippou pops right back up. They exchange inside, and Philippou tosses McGee to the side like a rag doll. The Utah native comes right back with a flying knee and a head kick. Left hook-right uppercut lands for McGee, who is starting to finally have consistent striking success. Philippou drops a right hand onto McGee’s ear. As McGee continues to press, Philippou circles away, throwing sporadic hooks and uppercuts to keep McGee from advancing. Hard low kick is landed by Philippou. Body kick and right hand land for McGee, but he can’t get the takedown to follow up. Double-leg shot by McGee, and Philippou gets the underhook once more. McGee measures Philippou for a final spinning back elbow before the horn, but misses.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 McGee (29-28 Philippou)
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 McGee (29-28 Philippou)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Philippou (30-28 Philippou)

Official result: All three judges -- Sal D'Amato, Howard Hughes and Anthony Dimitrou -- score the bout 29-28 for the winner by unanimous decision, Costa Philippou.

UFC Flyweight Championship Tournament Semifinal
Demetrious Johnson vs. Ian McCall

Round 1
Low kicks are traded early as Johnson stays outside. McCall clinches and hits an inside trip into full guard. As he tries to pass, Johnson sweeps to take top, but McCall regains his feet and they resume standing. Left hook by Johnson inside, as both fighters wing away in close. Johnson lands a lead left hook, and McCall tags him with one of his own. Body kick by Johnson is caught, and McCall kicks his plant leg out, moving right into half. McCall elbows on top, and Johnson scrambles back to his feet. Johnson jumps in again, but McCall cuts him off right a short right hook this time. Two overhands for “Mighty Mouse” whiz wide. Johnson shoots, but McCall defends and flurries on his head. McCall limplegs out, but Johnson tags him with a hook that has him wobble for a moment. Johnson is right in on his leg again, but “Uncle Creepy” bases down and elbows his head. Great takedown defense. McCall rushes, and eats a left hook. McCall feints, and lands a hard inside low kick. Both men trade single shots before the horn, with neither gaining a real advantage.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 McCall
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-10
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Johnson

Round 2
Johnson looks for a takedown again quickly, but McCall shuts it down. Both men trade fast hands, but again, both fighters just glance with their hooks. McCall tries a switch-step elbow, but Johnson counters. Double jab and two right hands now for Johnson. McCall is coming forward more now, forcing Johnson to counter. McCall throws a hard low kick and it lands square on the cup, and Johnson immediately turns away wincing in pain. McCall calls his own foul and holds his hand out to apologize. The break lasts just a brief moment, and the two men slap hands to restart the round with just over three minutes to go. Johnson bursting in and out of the pocket again now, landing kicks to both McCall’s body and legs. McCall is trying to land hook combinations on Johnson when he rushes in, but can’t get a clean shot. Jab for McCall is followed by a body kick. “Uncle Creepy” tries to grab a leg but can only push “Mighty Mouse” back to the cage. Johnson turns him around as they trade knees, then lands a hard elbow. Left head kick for Johnson is partially blocked, but prompts McCall to charge forward with three punches and a clinch. More tough dirty boxing before Johnson escapes McCall. Left hook counter by Johnson against a charging McCall. McCall lands a right of his own, which prompts Johnson to clinch him along the fence, landing knees before the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Johnson
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Johnson
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Johnson

Round 3
Inside low kicks are the order of business for the first minute. A Johnson kick goes low and McCall grabs his cup. Referee Leon Roberts doesn’t intervene, so Johnson flurries. McCall defends and circles away, shaking his head at the foul not being seen. Johnson combining his jab and low kick, then back pedals as McCall advances to launch a flying knee. Off of the knee, McCall puts Johnson on the mat and sets up in half guard. Johnson uses an underhook and half guard to push away and get back to his feet. Johnson rushes in again, and McCall ducks under for a waistlock. “Uncle Creepy” elevates Johnson and slams him to the mat, and takes his back. McCall locks his legs under Johnson in back mount and starts wailing on his head. Johnson is trapped belly down and McCall is landing heavy right punches and elbows. Johnson gets free from back mount, and McCall tries to slam him from the rear waistlock again, but Johnson gets his feet back. Two front kicks from Johnson provoke a McCall smile. McCall shoots a double, and Johnson almost goes over the top for an armbar. McCall gets a front headlock and tries to turn the corner to the back. Johnson rolls and gives up half guard instead. McCall passes right into full mount with just over 30 seconds to go. McCall is all over Johnson with rights, as he whoops it up and gets the crowd into it. McCall pounds away with referee John Sharp looking on until the horn. The UFC's first-ever flyweight fight is a great one.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-8 McCall (29-27 McCall)
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 McCall (29-29 Draw)
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 McCall (29-28 Johnson)

Judge Sal D'Amato has it 29-28 for Demetrious Johnson, while Anthony Dimitriou sees it a 29-29 draw. Judge Kon Papaioannou has it 29-28 for the winner by majority decision, Demetrious Johnson. Demetrious Johnson advances to the final of the UFC flyweight tournament.

UFC Flyweight Championship Tournament Semifinal
Joseph Benavidez vs. Yasuhiro Urushitani

Round 1
Both flyweights trade low kicks and roundhouses to the body to start. Urushitani tries to go upstairs, but Benavidez blocks and tries to flurry in response. Benavidez chases Urushitani and cracks him with an overhand right. The Team Alpha Male fighter runs Urushitani into the fence where they grapple along the wall with over-unders. Benavidez attempts a seoi nage but isn’t deep enough on the arm, and Urushitani scrambles over top of him. The American runs his opponent back into the cage, and is trying to suck him off the fence for a takedown. He manages to get the Japanese fighter to one knee, but finally finishing the takedown with under two minutes go in the round. Benavidez chips away with right hands before passing to side control, eying his patented guillotine from top position. Urushitani gets half guard back, but Benavidez passes right into mount and then takes the back. Benavidez tries to sink his choking arm under Urushitani’s jaw, but the former Shooto world champion fights his hands and hears the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Benavidez
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Benavidez
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Benavidez

Round 2
Urushitani opens with a body kick and Benavidez wipes him out with a perfect right hook. Urushitani goes down and Benavidez is all over him with punches. The Japanese fighter goes fetal, and referee Steve Perceval is forced to rescue him just 11 seconds into round two. Joseph Benavidez advances to face Demetrious Johnson in the UFC flyweight championship tournament final.

Thiago Alves vs. Martin Kampmann
Round 1
Jab-right ross-low kick for Alves lands early as the Brazilian takes the center of the Octagon. Kampmann circles away and drives in on a single-leg, but Alves shuts it down and punches him in defense. Kampmann tries to turn Alves and throw him uchi mata style, but Alves blocks and escapes. Kampmann launches a teep that rocks Alves’ head back. The Dane moves right in on a takedown, but Alves gets his wits back and snakes back up the fence. Alves is cut just outside his left eye. The welterweights clinch along the fence, trading knees before they break. Kampmann tries for another single, but this time it is Alves showing his wrestling as he hits a nice kneetap inside. Kammann sits up looking for a guillotine, but Alves jumps over to side control. Kampmann regains half guard, but Alves continues to pressure on top and uses a headlock to pass into full mount with just over a minute to fight. Alves pins Kampmann’s left arm, and punches away with his own left. Kampmann tries to buck, but can’t go anywhere. Alves slashes at him with elbows. With just seconds to go, Alves lands harder shots, but his aggression lets Kampmann wriggle free at the horn.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Alves
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Kampmann
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Alves

Round 2
Kampmann tries to wade into the clinch, but Alves controls his hands and circles away. Kampmann is inching forward, but not landing strikes. He runs Alves back to the fence again, but no offense results. Kampmann lands a knee as they cross jabs, but Alves returns with a right of his own. Quick counter combo from Alves, then another hard left hook lands on Kampmann. Body kick by the Brazilian. Kampmann is just walking into Alves’ counters now. Right uppercut-left hook lands for Alves, and he stuffs Kampmann’s ensuing takedown attempt. Kampmann is now bleeding from a mouse under this right eye. Alves limplegs and escapes from the takedown attempt with two minute to go in the round. Leg kicks for Alves landing now, and the Brazilian follows with a heavy right cross that gets Kampmann’s attention. Another left Alves hook hits “Hitman” in the mouth. Kampmann rushes in pursuing another takedown at the horn, but Alves easily shuts it down.

Jordan Breen scores the round 10-9 Alves
Tristen Critchfield scores the round 10-9 Alves
Mike Whitman scores the round 10-9 Alves

Round 3
Kampmann tries to work his jab to start the final frame, but Alves turns him around with another hard outside low kick. It’s Alves who looks for a takedown this time, but Kampmann gets underhooks and sucks him into the clinch. They work with over-unders along the fence again until Alves simply pushes away. Kampmann jabs in and rushes Alves to the far fence, but again, Alves shuts down his takedown attempt, this time with a far overhook. Kampmann launches a knee, but loses control of the clinch and Alves is free again. Outside low kick by Alves chops into Kampmann, and then he throws an inside low kick-cross-outside low kick combo. Jab-uppercut scores for the Dane. Kampmann kicks, and Alves smacks him with a right hand. Alves sees his chance and drives in on a double-leg takedown. Kampmann locks up a guillotine and sweeps straight to full mount. Alves is trapped, and taps out. Incredible comeback for Kampmann in the dying moments of the bout. The guillotine submission is official at 4:12 of the third round.

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