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Ronda Rousey def. Liz Carmouche via submission (armbar), R1
Lyoto Machida def. Dan Henderson via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)
Urijah Faber def. Ivan Menjivar via submission (rear naked choke) R1
Court McGee def. Josh Neer by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Robbie Lawler def. Josh Koscheck by TKO, R1
Bredan Schaub def. Lavar Johnson by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Michael Chiesa def. Anton Kuivanen by submission (rear naked choke) R2
Dennis Bermudez def. Matt Grice by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Sam Stout def. Caros Fodor by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Kenny Robertson def. Brock Jardine by submission (leg lock) R1
Neil Magny def. Jon Manley by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
Nah-Shon Burrell def. Yuri Villefort by unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
BEST OF MAXIM
A light heavyweight battle between Lyoto Machida (Pictured) and Dan Henderson co-headlined “UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche” on Saturday night.
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Honda Center in Anaheim, California is hosting tonight’s festivities. The show is headlined by a bantamweight title tilt between champion Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche...
This Saturday the UFC is back in the Honda Center in Anaheim, California for UFC 157 which features the first ever women’s fight inside the octagon between Rondy Rousey and Liz Carmouche. As pumped as I am for this fight, everyone will be breaking it down from every angle, so I will instead dive into the co-main event bout between light-heavyweights Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson...
Three days ago, UFC President Dana White promised either Lyoto Machida (Pictured) or Dan Henderson would get next dibs at the light heavyweight title. Now that “The Dragon” has posted a split decision victory over Henderson at UFC 157, White intends to keep his word – despite the fact he wasn’t sitting on the edge of his seat during Saturday’s co-main event.
The UFC returns to the land of Pay Per View this weekend with UFC 157 from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. History will be made in the main event as the event is headlined by the first Women’s MMA bout in UFC history as Ronda Rousey takes on the Liz Carmouche.
Dan Henderson to win +205, or 33%
Dan Henderson to win inside the distance +350, or 22%
(Henderson to win by KO/TKO is also going for +350)
Lyoto Machida to win -245, or 71%
Lyoto Machida to win by decision +109, or 48%
Dan Henderson vs Lyoto Machida is a spectacular matchup from an MMA fan perspective. I have been looking...
UFC 157 is in the books, and what a night it was for the sport of MMA. Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche battled for a piece of history, Dan Henderson tried to solve the Machida riddle and much more. Join Dave Reno and Dan Rose for a quick recap of what went down tonight in Anaheim.
As always we'll be back Friday with a full show featuring Bellator results and our picks and...
UFC 157 took place last night from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California and early gate figures are showing that Ronda Rousey and women’s MMA pulled over 15,500 people into the Honda Center and created a live gate of $1.4 million.
Busy this week so I didn’t get to put up a preview of UFC 157. For those of you who knew it was coming on and did get to enjoy it, there was a lot of great action on the card. My personal villain Urijah Faber seems to have found his stride again, Lyoto Machida [...]
It is a historic night for the Ultimate Fighting Championship as women will enter the Octagon for the very first time at UFC 157. Undefeated Ronda Rousey will take on Liz Carmouche in the main event for the women’s bantamweight championship. The co-main event features a light heavyweight battle between Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida. The winner of that bout is said to get the...
Ronda Rousey def. Liz Carmouche via submission (armbar)
Lyoto Machida def. Dan Henderson via split decision
Urijah Faber def. Ivan Menjivar via submission (rear-naked choke)
Court McGee def. Josh Neer via unanimous decision
Robbie Lawler def. Josh Koscheck via first-round TKO