As with every major show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for UFC 150: Henderson Vs. Edgar II. Our live coverage will start with the single fight on the Facebook prelims (7:30 p.m. ET) through the FX prelims (8 p.m. ET) and continuing through the main card on pay-per-view (10 p.m. ET) so make sure to make Bloody Elbow your home for this event.
This post will cover live results and thoughts for the preliminary card.
The “featured prelim” on the card sees Dennis Bermudez take on Tom Hayden. Jared Hamman squares off with Michael Kuiper on FX. A pair of bantamweight fights round out the FX portion of the show with Ken Stone facing Erik Perez and Dustin Pague facing Chico Camus.
The lone Facebook fight tonight will see Nik Lentz against Eiji Mitsuoka.
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Nik Lentz vs. Eiji Mitsuoka – Round 1 – Lentz with an early right and a knee and now another right and Mitsuoka was stung there. Eiji looks for a takedown and it’s not there. Lentz gets behind him on the feet and slams him down. Lentz is beating him up on the feet and now gets another takedown and was working to mount but couldn’t quite get there. Elbows by Lentz. Lentz grinding away and ends up taking the back and has his hooks in. Punches comin in from Lentz and Mitsuoka is outclassed here. Lentz pounding away and the fight is stopped. Nik Lentz wins by TKO (punches), 3:45 of Round 1.
Dustin Pague vs. Chico Camus – Round 1 – Pague stings him with a hook early on, Pague throws a kick that gets caught by Camus and Camus with the takedown now. Pague sets up a triangle and gets it locked up, throwing a hard elbow to Camus’ face. Camus is still a little loose in the choke. Pague just busting him with elbows while holding him in the triangle. Still not getting the submission, but those elbows are still landing heavy. Pague has to give up the choke now as he was burning out his legs.Pague looks for an omoplata but nothing there. 10-9 Pague.
Round 2 – Camus with a nice step back into a straight right, now he throws a kick and Pague catches it and takes him down. Camus gets back to his feet, throws a nice one-two and then the takes Pague down. Pague is on the bottom, working elbows and trying to get full guard but Camus is throwing some good punches. Now Camus passes to side control. Pague gets guard back. Camus with a nice elbow now. Pague with some nice elbows off his back now. Camus with some more nice ground and pound and this should be his round. 10-9 Camus.
Round 3 – Pague tries for a takedown and ends up taking the back and locks in a body triangle. Pague keeping on the back and landing some punches but can’t lock in a choke. Camus spins and manages to get on top in Pague’s guard. Camus almost gets to mount but can’t quite get it. Heavy punch by Camus and he gets to mount. Camus tries for a rear naked to finish it but Pague survives and the round ends. 10-9 Camus in my eyes and there’s no way he doesn’t deserve the decision.
Official Scorecards: 29-28, 30-27, 29-28 Chico Camus wins by unanimous decision.
Ken Stone vs. Erik Perez – Round 1 – Stone throws some big shots and Perez bombs him with a right hand and Stone is down. Follow-up shots on the ground and Stone goes out completely, then the next wakes him up and the fight is stopped. Stone tries to get back up and seems “okay” but it was a good stoppage. He went limp from those shots on the ground. Erik Perez wins by TKO (punches), 0:17 of round 1.
Jared Hamman vs. Michael Kuiper – Round 1 – Hamman trying to throw some leg kicks early and work from distance. Body kick now by Hamman and he’s really outworking Kuiper as Kuiper just walks forward into shots. Hard leg kick again by Hamman. Big right by Kuiper lands hard. Kuiper with a nice takedown against the cage now. Hamman gets hit by a right hand and his legs are wobbled. Nice right in return by Hamman. Kuiper hurts him with a leg kick and now a right. Another right by Kuiper. Kuiper keeps nailing him with big shots. Hamman has been wobbled for a long time but he’s hanging in there. 10-9 Kuiper.
Round 2 – Hamman says between rounds that he has a torn thigh muscle. He’s having a lot of trouble moving and e eats a leg kick. Hamman is trying like hell but you can tell his leg is hurt. Big right by Hamman and Kuiper tags him with a big shot and Hamman is down. Hamman manages to get back to his feet. Kuiper is just tagging the hell out of him now. Hamman’s corner is shamefully letting their fighter get brutally beaten around the cage while on one leg and FINALLY he goes down and the fight is called. What an awful job by Hamman’s corner. Michael Kuiper wins by TKO (Punches), 2:16 of round 2.
Dennis Bermudez vs. Tom Hayden – Round 1 – Bermudez is moving forward, looking to let the right hand go. Bermudez powers through with a single leg and gets the takedown. Hayden gets up though and does land a right hand. Hayden looks for a takedown and Bermudez stuffs it. Hayden tries to scramble out with a leg lock and they end up standing. Hayden with a big knee that knocks Bermudez down. Hayden is on Bermudez’s back now. Hayden transitions to an armbar, Bermudez picks him up and slams him and is out of the armbar, now on top throwing big punches. THey get back to the feet and Bermudez catches Hayden in a very tight standing guillotine after a Hayden shot and Hayden has no choice but to tap out. Dennis Bermudez wins by submission (guillotine choke), 4:43 of round 1.
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