UFC on ESPN+ 4: Lewis vs. Dos Santos live results, discussion, play by play

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UFC on ESPN+ 4: Lewis vs. Dos Santos live results, discussion, play by play
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https://youtu.be/oX6RD9ic8gQJoin us today on Bloody Elbow for live results, discussion, round scoring, and play-by-play as UFC on ESPN+ 4: Lewis vs. Dos Santos takes place in Wichita, KS.

The headliner comes in the heavyweight division, where Junior dos Santos looks to get back in the title hunt in what should be a slugfest against the always-game Derrick Lewis. The co-main comes at welterweight, with rising prospects Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos and Curtis Millender meeting looking to continue their win streaks.

Today’s event is in the US, but we’re still adjusting to the new schedule the promotion is using for ESPN broadcasts. The entire show will air on this time around. The seven-fight preliminary card starts at 5pm ET/2pm PT, while the six-fight main card will kick off at 8pm ET/5pm PT.

Check out this week’s MMA Vivisection for predictions, analysis and betting odds on the each matchup.

Junior dos Santos vs. Derrick Lewis

Round 1 – Junior swings and misses. Lewis with an outside leg kick. JDS with his own. Lewis with a head kick that’s blocked. JDS with an eye poke. He wipes his face off on Herb Dean’s shirt, which is funny. They restart after 45 seconds or so. Hard body kick from Lewis. He tries a jump knee. Dos Santos with a spin kick. A right from Lewis backs Dos Santos off. Jumping switch kick from Lewis misses. Huge overhand right from JDS hurts Lewis! Lewis cracks him right back as he comes in! Wow! Body shot from Dos Santos. Inside leg kick. Jab. Another overhand right just misses for Dos Santos. Low leg kick from JDS. Lewis with a rough body kick. Front kick to the body from Dos Santos. Spinning back kick to the body from Dos Santos and Lewis is hurt! Lewis cracks JDS as he comes in again though! He’s cowering in pain though. He’s compromised. JDS lands some punches, but then backs off. He lets it go to the horn. Seems like opportunity missed. 10-9 Dos Santos.

Round 2 – Head kick from Lewis. JDS off to a slow start. Jab to the body from Cigano. Outside leg kick from Lewis. JDS with one of his own. Dos Santos slips and Lewis tries to feed him punches, but Dos Santos gets away. Jumping head kick is blocked. Lewis charges in for a weird takedown attempt. Shockingly it didn’t work. Big right from Dos Santos! Lewis is hurt! Two more punches and he’s down! JDS swarms and he takes out the Black Beast!

Junior dos Santos defeated Derrick Lewis via TKO (strikes), 1:58 of round 3

Elizeu Zaleski vs. Curtis Millender

Round 1 – Millender with a left. Zaleski with a body kick and a takedown. Millender looking for a guillotine. Zaleski gets his head out and works from half. He tries to mount and Millender spins away, but Zaleski gets full back control. Zaleski spins into mount. Millender gives up his back again. Choke is sunk. Night night.

Elizeu Zaleski defeated Curtis Millender via submission (rear naked choke), 2:35 of round 1

Tim Means vs. Niko Price

Round 1 – Inside leg kick from Price. Means comes at him with hands right away. They both land big shots right away. Price presses with punches and a knee. Means is hurt, so he wrestles. Big slam. Means landing shots from the top with Price pressed against the fence. Price rolls over, and Means lands a knee to the head. Should have been illegal, but who knows nowadays. Back to the feet. Inside leg kick from Price. Means with a left. Kick from Price, but Means cracks him a left under the arm and right to the jaw. Price eats another big shot, and it doesn’t even affect him. Wow. They slap each other! Lol. Means with two hard straight lefts, and another. Price with a huge right hook and Means goes down! IT’S OVER! WOW THAT WAS CRAZY!

Niko Price defeated Tim Means by knockout (punches), 4:50 of round 1

Blagoy Ivanov vs. Ben Rothwell

Round 1 – Slow start. Rothwell moving forward. Leg kick from Rothwell chops down Ivanov as he throws a punch. He’s back up quick. Jab from Ivanov. Ivanov with a counter left. Rothwell with a jab. Rothwell with a hard left. Ivanov fires back with his own. Outside leg kick from Rothwell. Ivanov goes body/head. Rothwell lands the left again. Body shot from Ivanov. Rothwell with some late pressure. 10-9 Rothwell.

Round 2 – Slow start again. Body shot from Ivanov. Rothwell with a couple of kicks. Ivanov with a glancing right. Straight right for Ivanov. Rothwell rips him with a left. Head kick from Rothwell is blocked. Ivanov with three straight rights, and a counter right to boot. Two more. Rothwell with a counter left and he goes to the body. Ivanov responds with his own body shot. Big combo from Rothwell. They hurt each other with shots at the same time. They’re brawling now! Rothwell keeps pressuring. His nose is bleeding. Outside leg kick from Rothwell. Rothwell with another left that messes up Ivanov’s eye. Leg kick from Ivanov. 10-9 Ivanov.

Round 3 – Ivanov with an overhand left. Goes to the body. Rothwell with a counter jab. He lands a right as Rothwell tries to clinch. Inside leg kick from Rothwell but he poked him in the eye at the same time. They only stop for a few seconds. Rothwell with a left and leg kick. Cup shot now. Herb Dean laughed. That was odd. Rothwell with a straight right. Inside leg kick. Ivanov lands three straight shots. Rothwell with a big right, but Ivanov lands a counter. Rothwell with a left hook. They trade inside low kicks. Rothwell wit ha right. Straight left from Ivanov. Rothwell with a combo and an uppercut. Another left. Ivanov with two straight lefts. They trade inside. Both land big. Head kick from Rothwell and an elbow. Good fight. 10-9 and 29-28 Rothwell.

Blagoi Ivanov defeated Ben Rothwell via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Beneil Dariush vs. Drew Dober

Round 1 – Dober scores with a left. Dariush fires right back. Hard outside leg kick from Dariush. Two left hooks score for Dober and they clinch up. They separate. Outside leg kick from Dariush. Dober kicks to the body. Dober hurt him with a right! He lands a left and Dariush clinches, looking for recovery time. Dober doesn’t hang out long. Outside leg kick from Dober. Hard straight left from ober. And a right! Man, those were hard shots and Dariush just took them. More clinch work. DAriush can’t get a trip takedown. Back to the center with 90 seconds to go. Dober with a right and an outside leg kick. Dariush fires his own kick. Counter left from Dariush. Back to the clinch. Knees from Dariush. Dober with a hard left hook to the body. Jump knee. 10-9 Dober.

Round 2 – Dober with an immediate knockdown! Dariush back up and he’s landing knees in the clinch. Dariush gets a takedown and is working in half against the cage. They’re pretty much stalled out. Dariush trying to move to mount. And he does, with half the round left. Dober scoots out, but Dariush is still on him in half. Back to mount quickly. He gets up high and opens up with punches. Dober gives up his back. Dariush is up high and slips off while trying to get an armbar. Dover looks for a guillotine but just ends up on his back again. Dariush looking for a kimura. Now an armbar. Dober taps! Wow! That didn’t look totally secured.

Beneil Dariush defeated Drew Dober via submission (armbar), 4:41 of round 2

Tim Boetsch vs. Omari Akhmedov

Round 1 – Akhmedov with a high body kick. Boetches clinches but Akhmedov reverses him against the cage. Akhmedov gets a body lock but can’t get a takedown. Knee to the body. Akhmedov really trying again for the takedown, but Boetsch isn’t having it. They separate with 2:10 to go. Outside leg kick from Boetsch. Akhmedov lands a hard right hook. Jab. He shoots in but can’t get anywhere. Boetsch lands an uppercut. 10-9 Akhmedov.

Round 2 – Leg kick from Boetsch. Jab from Akhmedov. He lands a right. Boetsch’s nose is crooked from it. Boetsch with a right. Body kick from Akhmedov. Another right lands for Akhmedov, and he scores with a counter off a Boetsch front kick. Boetsch is stalking but not throwing much. They clinch against the cage. Boetsch lands a low knee. For some reason Herb Dean puts them back in the same position. 10-9 Akhmedov.

Round 3 Boetsch with an overhand right. Akhmedov scores one of his own. Boetsch with a quick right. Jab. Akhmedov wit a combo. They finally exchange a bit inside. Boetsch cut over the eye. Body kick is caught by Akhmedov and he lands a left hook. The ref is warning them to engage. They both miss with rights. Akhmedov with a right that messes up Boetsch’s eye. Body kick from Boetsch. They brawl in the clinch briefly. Boetsch can’t get a trip against the fence. Well that was underwhelming. 10-9 and 30-27 Akhmedov.

Omari Akhmedov defeated Tim Boetsch via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Anthony Rocco Martin vs. Sergio Moraes

Round 1 – Outside leg kick from Martin. Again. Moraes scoops a leg and gets a takedown. He’s looking for a guillotine. Rocco doesn’t seem to be in much danger but Moraes is still holding on. The ref warns them since they’re not doing anything. Finally they get stood up halfway through the round. That was odd. Martin with a couple of jabs. Outside leg kick from Rocco. Again. Head kick from Moraes is blocked. Moraes decides to land a low kick of his own. Moraes swings and misses. Martin with a right. More low kicks from Martin. 10-9 Martin.

Round 2 – Moraes charges in with punches but doesn’t score with anything significant. Moraes does land a left over the top. Slow pace. Rocco with a pawing left. Moraes responds in kind. Back to the calf kicks from Rocco. Moraes with a counter left off a Martin head kicks. Jumping front kick from Moraes lands low. Cornuts cam confirms. Wasn’t a hard shot. They restart and Moraes lands a right. Jab from Rocco. Moraes is getting frustrated with Rocco’s circling. But Martin is lighting up his legs with kicks. Moraes with a straight right. Right lands for Moraes, Martin lands a left. Moraes takes his back at the horn. 10-9 Martin.

Round 3 – Martin leads with, what else? A hard leg kick. They clinch up. Nothing happens there. Moraes is being super predictable, just loading up on big punches and coming forward slowing. Rocco is just patiently circling, then stepping in with kicks and jabs. Moraes does connect with one right. Moraes locks the hands around a leg but can’t get a takedow. Jab and a right from Martin. Martin weathers a storm. He get taken down with 35 seconds. Moraes moves to side. He lands an elbow but he’s out of time. He gets to mount with a guillotine at the horn. 10-9 and 30-27 Martin.

Anthony Rocco Martin defeated Sergio Moraes via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Yana Kunitskaya vs. Marion Reneau

Round 1 – Kunitshaya with an inside leg kick. Few front kicks to the legs. Reneau with a right. Kunitskaya ends up on top after Reneau slipped. She’s landing a few punches. Reneau can’t get anything going off her back. She lands some kicks to the legs after backing out. Reneau is up but they clinch against the fence. Long grind. They finally separate with 1:45 to go. Kunitskaya with a left. Reneau with a front kick. She lands a right as well. Hard inside leg kick from Kunitskaya. Jab from Reneau. Kunitskaya spins and connects with a back fist. Reneau catches a kickand land a few punches. Kunitskaya attacks a leg. 10-9 Reneau.

Round 2 – Kunitskaya with an outside leg kick. Reneau with a nice combo. They clinch up. Reneau separates quickly and lands another nice combination. Kunitskaya spins again. Inside leg kick from Kunitskaya. She lands a counter jab. Inside leg kick. Another. Body kick, but Reneau connects with a straight right. Body kick from Kunitskaya. Nice body shot from Reneau. Right over the top. Body kick from Kunitskaya. Right from Kunitskaya busts open Reneau’s nose. 10-9 Kunitskaya.

Round 3 – Body shot from Reneau. Body kick from Kunitskaya. Outside leg kick. Jab from Reneau. Inside leg kick from Yana. Reneau with a nice combo. Back to the kicks for Kunitskaya. Body work from Reneau, and the same combination as before. Kunitskaya with a nice counter left. Kunitskaya wants to clinch but Reneau wants nothing to do with it. They trade long shots. Kunitskaya’s nose looks bad. Body kick from Kunitskaya. Reneau keeps touching her with combos. Kunitskaya is in a lot of pain from the nose now, and it’s crooked. Reneau lands a right to the nose. 10-9 and 29-28 Reneau.

Yana Kunitskaya defeated Marion Reneau via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Grant Dawson vs. Julian Erosa

Round 1 – Erosa ends up on his back and quickly secures a triangle. Dawson defends well and gets out. He shoots in quickly. Erosa stays on his feet for a while, but ends up on his back again. he’s up quickly though and landing a long jab. Erosa with a hard left but Dawson plants him on the floor. Erosa back up. Dawson scoops him up, carries him around for a bit, and deposits him on the mat. Dawson moves to side. He somehow puts himself back into Erosa’s guard though. He battles to the end of the round. 10-9 Dawson.

Round 2 – Dawson with an immediate takedown. Erosa tries to scoot away but Dawson is still all over him. Erosa back up. Low kick from Dawson. Dawson with a spinning kick that misses. More low kicks. Erosa with a knee to the body. Dawson is chaining together takedown attempts. He didn’t get it though. Dawson back to the low kicks. Erosa with one that trips up Dawson. Erosa ties Dawson up now. Dawson with a back fist on the break. Erosa with a front kick that knocks Dawson off balance, then a low kick that does it again. Knee from Dawson. Combo from Dawson hurts Erosa! Spinning elbow from Erosa lands but the ensuing shot from Dawson puts Erosa on his back. He’s up but he’s tired. Spinning elbow from Dawson. Erosa with a big uppercut, and a knee. Big round. Spinning back fist from Dawson blocked. 10-9 Dawson.

Round 3 – Low kick from Dawson. Big right from Erosa. Dawson with a takedown. Erosa looks for a triangle but can’t secure it. Dawson gets his bac and looks to sink a choke. Can’t find it, but he’s keeping the pressure on him. Now he adjusts and looks for the choke again. Nope. Punching time. Back to the choke. Erosa is totally stuck but isn’t succumbing. He gets full guard back. It’s open though, and he’s just surviving. Dawson closes with some big shots. 10-8 and 30-26 Dawson.

Grant Dawson defeated Julian Erosa via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 29-27)

Maurice Greene vs. Jeff Hughes

Round 1 – Greene pawing with the jab. Inside leg kick from Hughes. Greene responds. More kicks. Hughes with an outside leg kick. Hughes misses wit a big right hook. More kicks from Greene now. Hughes trying to establish the jab. Greene with a right over the top that scores. Stiff counter from Greene. He lands an elbow. Greene closes the distance and and a couple of elbows against the cage. They separate. Greene batters him some more, but Hughes fires back at the end of the round. 10-9 Greene.

Round 2 – Jab from Hughes. Front kick from Greene. Hughes with a nice combo and a winging right. He’s getting comfortable now. Spinning back kick to the belly from from Greene. Hughes with the overhand right and another combo. Hughes rips the body as Greene tries to kick. Greene with a hard jab that staggers Hughes! Hughes fires right back with a stiff left though. Greene pressures but Hughes lands a big right again. They battle back and forth. Greene spins again. 10-9 Hughes.

Round 3 – They start off with some kicks. Hughes with a right. Greene trips up Hughes with an inside leg kick. Hughes with a counter right. Greene has slowed down. Not really a lot happening. Greene trying to advance but not landing. This fight is still up for grabs. Hughes with a jab and a right. He misses with a spinning attack. Jab from Hughes. Huge head kick from Hughes! Greene’s got a good chin. Jab from Greene. They both spin and miss. 10-9 and 29-28 Hughes.

Maurice Greene defeated Jeff Hughes via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Louis Smolka vs. Matt Schnell

Round 1 – Quick start, as expected. They fire a bunch of shots, but no one lands anything too flush. Schnell gets a body lock and dumps Smolka to the mat. Schnell falls back or a guillotine. Smolka is surviving. Schnell gives it up and switches to a triangle attempt. He secures it, and Smolka taps!

Matt Schnell defeated Louis Smolka via submission (triangle choke), round 1

Alex Morono vs. Zak Ottow

Round 1 – Leg kick from Ottow. Morono with a jab. Morono with a counter left. Ottow with a jab. Morono tries to pressure but Ottow was’t having it. Morono wth a nice right. Spinning back kick from Morono that connects to the body. Front kick too. Ottow with a takedown but Morono has a tight guillotine! Ottow escapes but Morono goes to mount. He lands some elbows. Ottow gives up his back and gets flattened out. Huge elbows! It’s over!

Alex Morono defeated Zak Ottow via TKO (elbows), 3:34 of round 1

Alex White vs. Dan Moret

Round 1 – Moret comes out and lands a big left immediately. White spins him to the fence when he tries for a takedown and lands some knees. They stall out quickly. White with an elbow on the break, but they clinch again. White cinches up a guillotine but Moret escapes. He lands a left and looks for a takedown. He finally gets it. He’s controlling an arm, but not landing much. Now he connects with some nasty elbows that open White up. He gets up at least. 10-9 Moret.

Round 2 – White backs Moret up to the fence. Moret reverses. They separate, and White cracks him on the way back in. He secures a guillotine again, but doesn’t drop to the ground. He lets go and level changes. Nothing doing and they get back to the middle. Moret with a leg kick, White lands a right. They trade shots. Moret shoots and puts White against the fence. Nothing doing. White spins, Moret counters, no one lands. White with a nice combination. 10-9 White.

Round 3 – White with a right as Moret tries to get a blanket takedown. They battle against the fence, Moret with underhooks. White reverses and gets a brief takedown. Moret back up and they trade shots. Moret right back on him takedown-wise. Still nothing doing. Halfway through the round and not a lot happening. White reverses and puts Moret onto the floor. Moret is back up but White is on his back. Moret reverses and lands a couple of knees. One was low but they kept going. They go back and forth. Moret trying for the takedown but White hit a switch. They finally separate with 12 seconds to go Moret backs White up and they hockey fight to the horn! 10-9 and 29-28 White.

Alex White defeated Dan Moret via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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