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For the umpteenth time, Frankie Edgar was involved in another too-close-to-call five-round affair. On Saturday night at UFC 150, “The Answer” appeared to discover the solution for Benson Henderson (Pictured).
However, when the verdict was read, Edgar found himself on the wrong end of a (46-49, 48-47, 48-47) split decision rendering.
Judges Mark Van Tine and Dave Hagan gave the first, third and fourth rounds to Henderson, while Tony Weeks awarded Edgar with every round but the opener. That means the only frames up for debate are the third and fourth.
As with most of Edgar’s battles, several of the stanzas were decided by the slimmest of margins.
According to FightMetric, the UFC’s official number crunchers, the scrap should have been ruled a 48-48 draw.
UFC 150 took place inside Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
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The sequel certainly outpaced the original, but the ending was the same: Benson Henderson beat Frankie Edgar via a decision.
Henderson retained the lightweight belt he grasped in February's bout with Edgar with a majority decision Saturday night (46-49, 48-47, 48-47) in the main event of UFC 150 at Pepsi Center.
Each of the three judges gave the first round to Henderson and...
After a close first encounter, a second fight was deemed necessary.
After UFC 150, we may need a third.
Benson Henderson managed to retain his UFC Lightweight Championship over Frankie Edgar in the main event of Saturday’s card, as two judges saw him winning a 48-47 decision, while another saw Edgar winning 49-46.
Most MMA writers feel that Edgar actually did win the fight, but...
Benson Henderson retained his lightweight championship last night at UFC 150 against his current nemesis, Frankie Edgar.
In a back and forth battle, many critics believed Edgar got the best of Henderson en route to a unanimous decision victory. However, that being said, Henderson ended up on the winning end of two judges scorecards and won the split decision.
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DENVER -- The sequel certainly outpaced the original, but the ending was the same: Benson Henderson beat Frankie Edgar via a decision.
Henderson retained the lightweight belt he grasped in Februarys bout with Edgar with a majority decision Saturday night (46-49, 48-47, 48-47) in the main event of UFC 150 at Pepsi Center.
Each of the three judges gave the first round to Henderson...
UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson defends his title for the first time when he takes on former champion Frankie Edgar in the main event of UFC 150. Taking place from the Pepsi Center in Denver, UFC 150 also features another dynamic lightweight bout matching Donald Cerrone against Melvin Guillard.
The preliminary card kicks off with a single fight on the UFC’s Facebook page...
Not too many moons ago when Frankie Edgar (Pictured) was donning the lightweight title, UFC president Dana White said Edgar would get an immediate crack at the featherweight crown if he decided to enter Jose Aldo’s kingdom.
However, after losing his belt to Benson Henderson at UFC 144 and failing to recapture the strap in Saturday’s rematch at UFC 150, White says Edgar would...
It’s game day, so we all know what that means. It’s also time to try and make some money.
The betting lines for the lightweight scrap between champion Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar have remained steady, but the odds for tonight’s co-main event made a significant jump after Melvin Guillard’s (Pictured) issues on the scale during Friday’s weigh-ins.
Guillard came in...
The UFC is set to invade the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado tonight for UFC 150.
The main event is a rematch for the lightweight title between champ Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar. The co-main event is another lightweight battle between friends and former teammates, Donald Cerrone and Melvin Guillard.
Preliminary action is set to begin at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET, with the main...
Frankie Edgar wasn’t supposed to be challenging for the UFC lightweight title at UFC 150. Yet after a public campaign, Edgar wound up getting the immediate rematch. Edgar and Henderson picked up where they left off in Japan and ended with even more controversy than before.
Starting at 7:30pm EST, BoneSnapper.com will be providing live quick results of UFC 150: Henderson vs. Edgar II from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
MAIN CARD (airing on Pay per view):
Frankie Edgar vs. Benson Henderson
Melvin Guillard vs. Donald Cerrone
Ed Herman vs. Jake Shields
Buddy Roberts vs. Yushin Okami
Max Holloway vs. Justin Lawrence
PRELIMINARY CARD (airing on FX...
The fighters competing at UFC 150 will hit the scales for the official weigh-ins on Friday at approximately 6:00pm ET. You can watch the weigh-ins live in the video below.
UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson will defend his title for the first time when he rematches Frankie Edgar in the main event on Saturday.
UFC 150 Weigh-In Video is a post from: MMA Interplay UFC News
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Tonight’s UFC 150 card was one for the ages.
The main event was a battle between Frankie Edgar and Benson Henderson, with the champ Henderson winning a split decision. However, they did not pick up any bonus money for their affair. The co-main event which lasted a whopping 76 seconds grabbed two of the nights bonuses.
Dennis Bermudez picked up submission of the night for his first...