Originally written on Juiced Sports Blog  |  Last updated 11/19/14
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Former Interim Heavyweight champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira will look to climb back into the title chase tonight (Sat., June 8, 2013) in a rematch against fellow Brazilian mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Fabricio Werdum at Paulo Sarasate Arena in Fortaleza, Brazil. MMAmania.com will provide bell-to-bell coverage of UFC on FUEL TV 10 online LIVE all evening and (late) night, including latest results, fight recaps, video highlights, winners, losers, press conference streams and all the "Nogueira vs Werdum 2" post-fight fallout you can handle well into Sunday. Buckle up … UFC on FUEL TV 10 has the potential to deliver another action-packed MMA event from South America. And we've got it, including The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): "Brazil 2" Finale fight, all covered below. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has tied a ribbon around The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): "Brazil" 2, which means we have a pair of coaches — along with two welterweight finalists — set to hook 'em up TONIGHT (Sat., June 8, 2013) at UFC on FUEL TV 10 event on from Ginasio Paulo Sarasate in Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil. "Nogueira vs. Werdum" will feature a heavyweight rematch between Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Fabricio Werdum, who served as this season's TUF coaches in what promises to be an exciting rematch from their first encounter as part of the PRIDE Open Weight Grand Prix back in 2006. Also scheduled for this weekend's extravaganza is a light heavyweight slugfest between Brazilian bombers Thiago Silva and Rafael Cavalcante, as well as a middleweight contest pitting Daniel Sarafian vs. Eddie Mendez. Top welterweight standout Erick Silva also returns to action against Jason High. MMAmania.com will provide LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire card this evening (Sat., June 8, 2013), starting with the Facebook "Prelims," which are scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. ET, as well as the main card, which is slated to air at 8 p.m. ET on FUEL TV. Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the televised action to share their thoughts on all the exciting action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment (or 10) before you leave and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it always turns out to be a great discussion. Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after "Nogueira vs. Werdum." Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC on FUEL TV 10 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.) UFC ON FUEL TV 10 QUICK RESULTS: 265 lbs.: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Fabricio Werdum170 lbs.: Leonardo Santos vs. William Macario205 lbs.: Rafael Cavalcante vs. Thiago Silva170 lbs.: Jason High vs. Erick Silva 185 lbs.: Eddie Mendez vs. Daniel Sarafian145 lbs.: Rony Jason vs. Mike Wilkinson — 145 lbs.: Raphael Assuncao vs. Vaughan Lee –185 lbs.: Derek Brunson vs. Ronny Markes — Canceled because of a car wreck (more here).145 lbs.: Felipe Arantes vs. Godofredo Castro –170 lbs.: Ildemar Alcantara vs. Leandro Silva –145 lbs.: Rodrigo Damm vs. Mizuto Hirota — Damm defeats Hirota via split decision185 lbs.: Caio Magalhaes vs. Karlos Vemola — Magalhaes defeats Vemola via submission (rear-naked choke) in round two185 lbs.: Antonio Braga Neto vs. Anthony Smith — Braga Neto defeats Smith via submission (knee bar) in round one UFC ON FUEL TV 10 MAIN CARD PLAY-BY-PLAY: 265 lbs.: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. Fabricio Werdum Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Round 4: Round 5: Final result: -end- 170 lbs.: Leonardo Santos vs. William Macario Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 205 lbs.: Rafael Cavalcante vs. Thiago Silva Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 170 lbs.: Jason High vs. Erick Silva Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 185 lbs.: Eddie Mendez vs. Daniel Sarafian Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 145 lbs.: Rony Jason vs. Mike Wilkinson Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- UFC ON FUEL TV 10 FACEBOOK PRELIMS PLAY-BY-PLAY: 145 lbs.: Raphael Assuncao vs. Vaughan Lee Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 145 lbs.: Felipe Arantes vs. Godofredo Castro Round 1: Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 170 lbs.: Ildemar Alcantara vs. Leandro Silva Round 1: Alcantara is so much bigger than Silva here. He pressures Silva into the fence, landing a heavy knee. Silva flops to his back but Alcantara lets him back up and immediately goes back to pressuring him with punches on the feet. Alcantara slips throwing a head kick and Silva dives on top of him into his guard. Alcantara defends himself, popping back to his feet and Silva attacks with a takedown attempt but Alcantara denies him. Silva continues to try for a takedown but Alcantara gets one of his own and now he's on top. Silva looks to attack Alcantara's leg from bottom but can't get a good grip on anything. Alcantara backs off and lets Silva back up and Silva misses with a spinning hook kick. Silva has a takedown stuffed at the end of the round. 10-9 Alcantara Round 2: Round 3: Final result: -end- 145 lbs.: Rodrigo Damm vs. Mizuto Hirota Round 1: Both men walk to the center of the Octagon and begin to trade hooks and kicks. Damm lands a nice shot that stings Hirota, who shakes off the cob webs and circles. Hirota lands a nice shot of his own moments later, sending Damm backpedaling into the cage. He avoids major trouble and drills Hirota with a shot that plants him on his butt. Damm follows him to the canvas and the two struggle for position along the cage. They eventually work their way back to the center of the ring and Damm lands a nice right hand … and then another moments later. Hirota seems just fine, but isn't responding with strikes like he was earlier. Damm lands a kick to the gut at the buzzer. Round 2: Damm picks up right where he left off, tagging Hirota with the straight right hand. Hirota lands a one-two combination that backs up Damm, but does no significant damage. Hirota with a leg kick and then follows it with a right hand. Damm misses witha looping left and then goes for a single-leg takedown, but Hirota steps out. Hirota lands a hard left jab and pumps it in mid-air as Damm fires back with an overhand right. Hirota charges in with a right hand, but it has little effect. The two shadow box until the the buzzer sounds. Round 3: Hirota comes out with a big right hand that misses, while Damm connects with a one-two combination. Hirota lands a punch to the belly and fakes a takedown, compelling Damm to try one of his own unsuccessfully. Damm plants a nice right hand on the chin of Hirota, who continues to charge forward. Hirota lands a few nice shots to the face and body that make Damm back up. Damm lands two kicks, one to the leg and a grazing one to the head. Hirota with a straight right hand and Damm responds with an inside-leg kick. Damm with a big left hook, but again, Hirota is unfazed. Damm finally scores a takedown and in the scramble he lands an unbelievable suplex. Hirota pops back to his feet almost immediately and the pair once again head back to the center of the cage and mix it up until the buzzer blares to signal the end of the match. Fun round. Final result: Damm defeats Hirota via split decision -end- 185 lbs.: Caio Magalhaes vs. Karlos Vemola Round 1: Round 2: Huge right hand from Magalhaes and both men posture in the clinch but Magalhaes secures a takedown with a body lock. Magalhaes passes to half guard, dropping punches and then he advances to side control. More strikes from Magalhaes and he's in control here. Vemola tries to roll to safety but Magalhaes is staying on him strong here. Vemola briefly escapes to his feet only to be taken down again. Magalhaes takes Vemola's back this time and sinks in a rear naked choke. It's tight and Vemola taps! Final result: Magalhaes defeats Vemola via submission (rear-naked choke) in round two -end- 185 lbs.: Antonio Braga Neto vs. Anthony Smith Round 1: Both come out firing early, with Smith landing a knee to the midsection and Braga Neto doing the same. Braga Neto uncorks a punishing leg kick and follows it up with a takedown. The jiu-jitsu ace easily takes Smith's back. Smith defends well, reversing position and landing in a sitting position, but Braga Neto grabs his leg and angles for a knee bar. He's got it! Smith, in sheer agony, is forced to tap. Final result: Braga Neto defeats Smith via submission (kneebar) in round 1 -end- Follow MMAmania.com And Its Super Rad Writers On Twitter Thomas Myers, Editor in Chief (@TommyMyers) Jesse Holland, Managing Editer (@Jesse_Holland) Mike Bohn, Writer (@MikeBohnMMA) Brian Hemminger, Writer (@BrianHemminger) Adam Guillen Jr., Writer (@AdamGuillenJr) FOLLOW @MMAManiaNEWS HERE, http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/live-stream-ufc-on-fuel-tv-10-nogueira-vs-werdum-2-results-recaps-videos-and-more-online-from-brazil
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