UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. Nogueira 2 live results, discussion, play by play

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UFC Fight Night: Bader vs. Nogueira 2 live results, discussion, play by play
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Join us today on Bloody Elbow for live results, discussion, round-by-round commentary and scoring for the second of two UFC events in store for fans, as the Octagon is in the Ginásio do Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, Brazil for UFC Fight Night 100. It’s the UFC’s final Brazil show of 2016.

The headliner of UFC Fight Night 100 is a light heavyweight rematch between veteran contenders Ryan Bader and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira. Bader, who is in the final fight of his UFC contract, is filling in for the injured Alexander Gustafsson. The first Bader vs. Lil’ Nog fight, way back at UFC 119 in 2010, ended in a Bader unanimous decision win. In the co-main event, bantamweight knockout specialist Thomas Almeida looks to bounce back from his loss to Cody Garbrandt, as he faces Albert Morales.

Live results and play-by-play will start with the preliminary card, streaming on UFC Fight Pass at 6 PM ET/3 PM PT. The preliminary card then moves to FS1 at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT, then is capped off by a six-fight main card (also on FS1) at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT.  Check out this week’s MMA Vivisection for predictions, analysis and betting odds on the each match up.

Fight Pass Preliminary Card (6 PM ET/3 PM PT)

Francimar Barroso vs. Darren Stewart – Light Heavyweights

Round 1: Stewart with an early superman punch and clinches up. Knee to the body and he’s controlling the pace. He couldn’t get a takedown, but pushed Barroso all way across the cage. Barroso was holding his face in pain, and Stewart took advantage. He took him down and landed a bunch of elbows forcing the ref to stop it. It looked like a head butt may have damaged his orbital bone. The ref missed it.

Darren Stewart defeated Francimar Barroso by TKO (strikes), 1:34 of round 1

Pedro Munhoz vs. Justin Scoggins – Bantamweights

Round 1: Shaolin Ribiero is your referee. Side kick from Scoggins. Two low kicks from Munhoz. Spinning kick from Scoggins. Munhoz goes low again. Scoggins with a brief takedown. Nice left from Munhoz. Both men very active. Scoggins looked for a single, but Munhoz landed a nice trip takedown. Scoggins was only down for a second. Scoggins is really working the body – mostly with kicks, but also some left hooks. They trade rights. Nice lead left from Scoggins. Spinning back kick to the body. 10-9 Scoggins.

Round 2: Scoggins with a hard counter right. Munhoz went to the body. Nice counter left now from Scoggins. They trade left hooks. Scoggins with an uppercut. Munhoz with a body kick. Munhoz caught a kick and immediately locked up a guillotine. It’s tight! Scoggins taps! Wow, nice.

Pedro Munhoz defeated Justin Scoggins by submission (guillotine choke), 1:55 of round 2

FS1 Preliminary Card (7 PM ET/4 PM PT)

Christian Colombo vs. Luiz Henrique – Heavyweights

Round 1: Lots of staring to start. Henrique finally wades in with a combo and clinches up. Few punches from the Brazilian. Gets a body lock but couldn’t get a takedown. Scored with a huge left hook on the break though. Jab from Henrique. Winging right and he gets a bullrush takedown against the cage. Henrique postures up with some big punches. And two elbows. Colombo bleeding. More nasty elbows. Colombo back up, but Henrique scoops him up and slams him back down. Colombo looks for an arm. Easy 10-9 Henrique.

Round 2: Henrique with an early takedown. He managed to get to his knees before he took any damage, and eventually got back to his feet. They clinched against the cage for a bit before the ref separated them. Henrique immediately took him back down. Henrique’s pace has slowed, but he did land another big elbow. Colombo is a bloody mess. The ref is looking at the cut now. The doctor is in. This is Brazil, so obviously he can continue. The ref restarted it on the feet instead of the ground for some reason, but Henrique just took him back down anyway. Nice pass. Now to mount with 40 seconds to go, briefly. Colombo holds on. 10-9 Henrique.

Round 3: Overhand right from Henrique, and another. Huge bullrush takedown again. Henrique jumps in and out of his guard. He locked up a half-hearted guillotine, and Colombo tapped. He may have just wanted out of there. Actually, looking at the replay shows that it was pretty nasty.

Luis Henrique defeated Christian Colombo by submission (guillotine choke), 2:12 of round 3

Johnny Eduardo vs. Manny Gamburyan – Bantamweights

Round 1: Counter right lands for Eduardo quickly. Gamburyan with a leg kick. Eduardo returns it. Huge right from Gamburyan, and the second one staggers Eduardo. Eduardo fires back. Nice jab from Gamburyan, but he has a takedown attempt thoroughly stuffed. Hard leg kick from Eduardo. Inside the leg now. They both just miss with right hooks. Two knees to the body from Gamburyan in the clinch. 10-9 Gamburyan.

Round 2: Big winging right again from Gamburyan. It’s the only weapon he’s using. Inside leg kick from Eduardo. Eduardo drops Gamburyan with a straight left! He’s all over him and it’s over! Wow, that was quick.

Johnny Eduardo defeated Manny Gamburyan by TKO (strikes), :46 of round 2

Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima – Light Heavyweights

Round 1: They’re brawling immediately. Antigulov got cracked and decided wrestling as a better idea. Takedown. Upkick from Pezao and he reversed position. Antigulov locked up a guillotine but it didn’t look too dangerous. De Lima was punching…then he wasn’t. He tapped out. That was a surprise.

Gadzhimurad Antigulov defeated Marcos Rogerio de Lima by submission (guillotine choke), 1:07 of round 1

Cezar Ferreira vs. Jack Hermansson – Middleweights

Round 1: Hermansson moving all over the cage already. Side kick to the thigh from Hermansson. Mutante with a left hook. And another. Outside leg kick from Hermansson. The left scores yet again for Ferreira. Body kick and right hook from Mutante. Hermansson can’t find his range at all yet. Knee to the body from Mutante. Side kick to the head from Ferreira. Another left. Mixes it up with a straight left this time. Great start for the Brazilian. 10-9 Ferreira.

Round 2:

Official result: Nice step-in knee from Ferreira. Body kick. Hermansson with a left hook. Ferreira got a takedown and avoided a guillotine attempt. He looked for an arm triangle. Hermansson in deep trouble. He tried very hard to loosen his grip, but eventually was forced to tap.

Cezar Ferreira defeated Jack Hermansson by submission (arm-triangle choke), 2:11 of round 2

FS1 Main Card (9 PM ET/6 PM PT)

Sergio Moraes vs. Zak Ottow – Welterweights

Round 1: Moraes bringing pressure quickly. Neither one connecting with anything of note over the first 90 seconds. Moraes with a single and a big takedown. Moraes isn’t doing a whole lot, just trying to get Ottow over to the cage. He finally passed to half. Ottow with an elbow from the bottom. A couple of elbows from Moraes. 10-9 Moraes.

Round 2: Moraes with an elbow and a nice right. Ottow pressing but not landing. Now he throws a head kick that is partially blocked. Ottow goes to the body. Front kick from Moraes. Ottow continuing to come forward with his hands. They trade rights. Ottow with a nice lead left hook. leg kick from Ottow. 10-9 Ottow.

Round 3: Moraes ramping up the power punches early. Ottow responding with leg kicks. Big right from Moraes hurts Ottow, and the Brazilian ends up on top. Ottow managed to scramble up after about 30 seconds though. He’s back to leg kicks. Ottow with a jab but Moraes landing a wild counter left hook. Ottow stunned Moraes with a shot now. He’s throwing head kicks and punches, but Moraes got his wits back. Moraes with a strong one-two up the middle. Ottow with a kick, Moraes responded. This is by far the best round of the fight. Leg and body kicks from Ottow. Moraes is tired. Ottow with a wicked bdy kick and he’s beating Moraes up. Moraes is just wildly swinging. 10-9 Ottow and 29-28 for Ottow for me. But rounds 2 and 3 were close.

Sergio Moraes defated Zak Ottow by split decision (28-29, 30-27, 30-27)

Warlley Alves vs. Kamaru Usman – Welterweights

Round 1: Jab from Usman. Counter right from Alves. Nice combination up the middle by Alves. Usman has him backed up against the fence but he’s just throwing jabs. Jab yet again. Alves with his own. Alves just missed with a head kick. Nice 1-2 for Usman, but a counter right does more damage for Alves. Leg kick from Usman. Two more counter lefts from Alves. Usman lands with some glancing punches but ate a thundering body kick. Uppercut from Usman, Alves responds with a kick. 10-9 Alves.

Round 2: Usman in on a takedown. Alves looked for a guillotine but quickly released it. Usman settling for some grinding clinch work. They separate about 90 seconds in. Usman used a takedown attempt to land a couple of lefts. Alves with a body kick. Front kick and a left from the Brazilian. Back to the jab for Usman. Usman with a big combo against the cage. Alves waves him in for more but he’s getting beaten up. Hard left hook stuns Alves. Another combo. More clinching. Foot stomps. A whole lot of them. Body kick from Alvves, and a right uppercut. Usman talking to him. Knee to the body from Alves. 10-9 Usman.

Round 3: Alves with a big counter to open the final round. Usman landing nice combos set up with his jab. Hard body kick from Usman. Three straight rights and a big elbow from Usman. Takedown. Alves is tired. Alves went for a guillotine though. He’s just hanging from Usman, not even on the ground. Alves trying to bait the referee into it by saying Usman is unconscious but that was not the case. Usman got his head out and landed a bunch of punches from the top. Crucifix. Tons of short elbows. Alves uses the cage to escape, but he’s still underneath. Arm triangle attempt from Usman. He is trying to tighten it up but he’s too close to the cage. Alves held on to the horn. 10-9 and 29-28 Usman.

Kamaru Usman defeated Warlley Alves by unanimous decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-28)

Thales Leites vs. Krzysztof Jotko – Middleweights

Round 1: Head kick from Jotko. Leites wades in but eats a right. He still managed to get into the clinch though. A few knees to the thigh from Jotko. Leites scoops a single but gets nothing. Jotko’s takedown defense looked impressive there. They trade lefts. Jotko looked for a knee but got taken down. He worked in half guard. Leites looked to mount as Jotko escaped. He kept an arm and Jotko was briefly in danger, but he spun out and ended up on top. He didn’t do anything with it. 10-9 Leites.

Round 2: Leites immediately looked for a takedown. Jotko sluffed him off though. Body kick from Jotko. Spinning back kick landed for Jotko. Leites ducks a head kick and looks for a single. He couldn’t get the takedown though and Jotko landed a big right. Leites tries again but Jotko ends up on top. The action stalled out. Jotko finally postured up and looked for some elbows. The ref stood them up with about 1:45 to go. Big right from Leites, but Jotko cracked him with a counter. Jotko with his own takedown now, and connects with a right on the ground. Jotko looking to methodically land some damaging rights all the way to the horn. Clear 10-9 Jotko.

Round 3: Jotko with a big right hook. Jotko with a left hook, but Leites responded and looked to lock up a guillotine. Leites looked for a unique takedown but Jotko popped right up and clubbed him with a straight left. They jockeyed for position and Jotko ended up on top again. That looked exactly like the last round. Leites tried to power up but Jotko kept punching him in the grill. Leites is quite tired now. Elbows and punches from Jotko. He’s not worried about Leites’ guard now. More rights to the face. He landed a few more, then stood up and admired the blood he got from his opponent’s face at the horn. Badass. 10-9 and 29-28 Jotko.

Krzysztof Jotko defeated Thales Leites by unanimous decision (29-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Claudia Gadelha vs. Cortney Casey – Women’s Strawweights

Round 1: Slow start. Gadelha wades in with a night right hook. Casey comes in and lands her own. They exchange in the pocket. Casey ties her opponent up against the cage. Gadelha quickly reverses, and lands two left hook along with a winging right. Beautiful takedown by Gadelha off a missed punch from Casey. Gadelha landed a bit before getting up. Casey hit a nice judo throw but Gadelha rolled over on top of her. 10-9 Gadelha.

Round 2: They both land rights at the same time. Gadelha gets her against the cage and landed two big elbows on the way out of the clinch. Body kick from Casey. Casey wades in and they brawl again. Elbow and left hook from Gadelha. Another combo. Right hook. Huge takedown. All Gadelha now. Casey got up super quickly though. Casey comes in again and lands with a right hook. Gadelha with another takedown. 10-9 Gadelha.

Round 3: Not a lot going on over the first minute. Gadelha with a jab and huge takedown. Casey bucks her off right away but Gadelha kicked her in the head on the ground! That was completely illegal! It connected pretty hard too. This could be a DQ. Wow, Casey is up after about two minutes and they’re continuing. And they didn’t even take a point. Wow, that’s really terrible. There was some debate about how hard it connected, but it looked hard to me. Gadelha is all over her on the restart, of course. She lands a bunch of big punches and gets a takedown. Casey gets up after about thirty seconds. Back on the ground and Gadelha looked for an arm triangle, but ran out of time. 10-9 and 30-27 Gadelha, but that was ridiculous.

Claudia Gadelha defeated Cortney Casey by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Thomas Almeida vs. Albert Morales – Bantamweights

Round 1: Almeida with an inside leg kick. Counter elbow to a kick. Nice jab by Morales. Almeida goes back to the leg kick. Jumping switch kick from Almeida is blocked. Morales lands a couple of shots. He presses forward and cracks Almeida three times. Almeida with a nice counter. Hard inside leg kick from Almeida. Morales with a left hook. Almeida scored with two big rights that hurt Morales. He tagged him a few more times and Morales went for a takedown. He ended up with Almeida’s back and he’s looking for a choke. Quite the reversal of fortunes. Almeida shook him off and now they’re brawling Alemdia with a huge uppercut but Morales fires back. Good round. 10-9 Almeida.

Round 2: Almeida with a leg kick. Morales with a jab. Spinning back kick from Almeida. Hard leg kick from Morales. Big left hook from Almeida stuns Morales. Another sends him reeling away with his back to his opponent. Almeida is all over him, and Morales is out on his feet. Finally Almeida goes to the body with a vicious shot that crumpled him. That fight went on at least 10 punches too long, but sick finish.

Thomas Almeida defeated Albert Morales by TKO (tons of strikes), 1:37 of round 2

Ryan Bader vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira – Light Heavyweights

Round 1: Bader with an outside leg kick. Straight right connects for him. Fast jab. Bader with a nice right but he got countered. Right hook scores for Nog, and he chased him down to hit another. Bader took him down though. Nogueira eating some light lefts in a seated position. Bader readjusts and gets him flat on his back near the cage. Bader right some huge rights as he has Nog’s arm trapped. Short elbows now. He’s looking for an armlock now? No, he trapped the other arm and dropped a huge elbow. More elbows. Nasty. Nogueira still there though. Bader back to half and he’s backing off a bit. Now back to side. 10-9 Bader.

Round 2: Bader immediately looked for a takedown, and got it. Nog fought his way up a couple of times, but got put back down. More big punches. Nogueira is bleeding. Bader passes to mount, but then gives it up. Big short elbow. Nogueira gave up his back and Bader locked up a choke. Nogueira rolled out of it though. Two more elbows. Nogueira showing a lot of heart, but he’s getting destroyed. Bader’s pace is slowing a bit though. 10-8 Bader.

Round 3: Bader with a head kick. Nog with a left. Hard body kick from Bader, nice response from Nog. Big takedown from Bader though, right into side. Bader with a few punches but nowhere near the aggression he had earlier. Working the body more now. More elbows, but Nogueira is doing a better job of tying up his arms. Bader still getting some through though. Hard left. Nogueira trying to punch from the bottom. Bader stunned him with a shot and he’s really beating him up now. The ref finally stopped it.

Ryan Bader defeated Antonio Rogerio Nogueira by TKO (strikes), round 3

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