Found March 02, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Prelims begin at 7:40 p.m. EST online (watch above) The Main Card airs on Fuel TV at 10 p.m. ET Alex Caceres vs Kyung Ho Kang Round 2: Side kick from Caceres misses. Kang shoots forward and gets the takedown on his opponent. He has side control briefly, but is doing some limited damage in half guard. Caceres uses a slick butterfly guard to get up to his feet, but Kang is on the attack. Kang and Caceres miss hooks and Kang commits to takedown that Caceres avoids. Back to his feet, Kang goes for a toss, but Caceres lands on top. He rolls through and tries for Kang's back, but he transitions into Caceres' guard. Kang takes Caceres' back and has the choke up under the chin. Caceres gets free and is in top position on his feet. Big axe kick to the body from Caceres but Kang is able to get free. Big takedown into guard from Kang and we end the round with Kang in top position. 10-9 Kang Round 1: Superman punch from Caceres misses and Kang clinches him into a body lock. Kang finishes the takedown and is into guard. Kang stands and rains long punches on Caceres and controls him as he gets into side control. The smiling Caceres gets back to his feet. He misses another big punch and he is dumped to his back by Kang. Caceres looks for a kneebar, but Kang is free and working from half guard. Cacares gets up to his feet, but Kang takes his back as he ducks two punches. Caceres reverses the position and gets a few punches before Kang stands up and trips Caceres down to the mat. Sweep from Caceres but he lets Kang go after an omoplata attempt. Back on their feet, Kang and Caceres begin striking in earnest. Right hand misses from Kang. Double kick from Caceres. Big right from Kang that backs up Caceres as the round ends. Score: 10-9 Kang Marcelo Guimaraes vs Hyun Gyu Lim Round 2: Leg kicks and jabs from Lim early on as he re-establishes the distance. Side kick from Guimaraes pushes Lim across the cage. Big takedown is stuffed by Lim. Another takedown is stuffed and Guimaraes eats a knee for his effort. Guimaraes gives two punches to Lim as he backs away. Good four strike combo from Lim, who fits a body shot in there to soften him up. Guimaraes ducks a hook and dumps Lim to his back. Guimaraes is quickly into half guard. Lim gets back to his feet, but Guimaraes still has leg. Lim swings free and the blood is beginning to run onto the lip of Lim. Guimaraes is swinging for the fences, but Lim has no respect for his power and walks through everything he puts out there. Guimaraes ducks down and Lim throws a knee to the chin of Guimaraes and he is out cold. Official Result: Hyun Gyu Lim by KO (R2, knee, 4:00) Round 1: Leg kicks from each fighter to start. Takedown from Guimaraes is avoided by Lim. Gyu Lim with a counter right as Guimaraes comes in for another takedown. Lim thwarts a takedown attempt and pops off two hooks. Big right uppercut coming forward from Guimaraes. Jumping front kick from Guimaraes misses. Two jabs from Gyu Lim and and another takedown is avoided. Big overhand right from Guimaraes, but Gyu Lim lands a knee to the face as he comes in for a takedown. Lim continues to back into the center of the Octagon and is working the jab. Kicks from Lim, as he lands one to the body. On a flying knee attempt from Lim, Guimaraes gets a big takedown into butterfly guard to end round one. Score: 10-9 Lim Main Card Wanderlei Silva vs Brian Stann Mark Hunt vs Stefan Struve Takanori Gomi vs Diego Sanchez Yushin Okami vs Hecotr Lombard Mizuto Hirota vs Rani Yahya Dong Hyun Kim vs Siyar Bahadurzada Prelims Riki Fukuda vs Brad Tavares Takeya Mizugaki vs Bryan Caraway Cristiano Marcello vs Kazuki Tokudome Alex Caceres vs Kyung Ho Kang Marcelo Guimaraes vs Hyun Gyu Lim
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