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UFC 114 Live Results and Play-by-Play for “Rampage vs. Evans”

Quinton Jackson and Rashad EvansThe long-awaited grudge match between former light heavyweight champions Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Rashad Evans headlines today’s “UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans” event, and MMAFrenzy.com will have complete live coverage of the card, which takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

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UFC 114 LIVE RESULTS
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MAIN CARD (PPV)

  • Rashad Evans def. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)
  • Michael Bisping def. Dan Miller via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Mike Russow def. Todd Duffee via KO (punch) – Round 3, 2:35
  • Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Jason Brilz via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)
  • John Hathaway def. Diego Sanchez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

PRELIMINARY CARD (Spike TV)

  • Dong Hyun Kim def. Amir Sadollah via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Efrain Escudero def. Dan Lauzon via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)

PRELIMINARY CARD

  • Melvin Guillard def. Waylon Lowe via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 3:28
  • Cyrille Diabate def. Luiz Cane via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:13
  • Aaron Riley def. Joe Brammer via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Ryan Jensen def. Jesse Forbes via submission (guillotine) – Round 1, 1:06

UFC 114 PLAY-BY-PLAY
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EFRAIN ESCUDERO VS. DAN LAUZON

ROUND 1 – Dan Lauzon misses with an early combination, and a following head kick is blocked by Efrain Escudero. Escudero connects with a 1-2, but the action slows until they trade inside leg kicks. Lauzon closes the distance, backs away, then closes in again but gets tangled up by Escudero and tagged with punches. Escudero connects with knees in the clinch, then works for a takedown, but Lauzon keeps them on their feet and they eventually separate. Escudero is bleeding from the bridge of his nose, and Lauzon jumps forward with a superman punch which Escudero counters. Escudero rushes forward with a punch-kick combo that catches Lauzon low, but he’s okay and they trade briefly to finish the round. MMAFrenzy.com scores the round for Escudero 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Lauzon is active with punches early, but Escudero fires back with punches and tees off on Lauzon with punches and knees against the fence before backing away. Lauzon shoots for a takedown, but Escudero sprawls to keep it standing and they eventually split from the clinch. Lauzon has slowed, and Escudero starts to wear away with punches. More big shots b Escudero against the fence, then does more of the same after a brief break. Escudero chops away at the exhausted Lauzon with leg kicks, eventually knocking him to the ground, but allows him to return to his feet and finishes with a combo. Escudero earns the second 10-9, putting him up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Lauzon connects with leg kicks to start the third, but catches Escudero in the ground. On the restart, Escudero connects with punches and follows it up with leg kicks. Lauzon fires a head kick that misses, then rushes forward with punches. Both fighters connect with punches inside before separating. Escudero’s punches force Lauzon against the cage, and Escudero does some clinch work before they separate. Escudero gets the clinch again and connects with more flying knees. Escudero connects with leg kicks, but Lauzon catches one and counters. Escudero continues to pressure with punches, then Lauzon finds the mark with a body kick. With time winding down, Escudero fires leg kicks and catches Lauzon low again. Escudero loses a point, and Lauzon and Escudero trade wild punches for the final seconds. MMAFrenzy.com scores the round 9-9, but Escudero gets the decision on our card 29-27.

Efrain Escudero def. Dan Lauzon via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)

DONG HYUN KIM VS. AMIR SADOLLAH

ROUND 1 – Amir Sadollah finding his distance early with punches, then Dong Hyun Kim initiates an exchange of leg kicks. Kim earns a takedown and passes to half guard, and tries to setup an arm triangle but Sadollah stops it and gets back to guard. Sadollah keeps Kim under control and limits that damage, but some ground and pound sneaks through. Kim and Sadollah battle for position, but Kim is unable to deliver much damage from the top. Sadollah tries to scramble to his feet, but Kim takes his back. Kim works for the rear naked choke, but Sadollah fends him off for the remainder of the round. MMAFrenzy.com scores the first for Kim 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Kim hints at a takedown to start the second, but they stay standing and Sadollah connects with some punches and kicks. Kim grabs a leg and drags Sadollah to the ground, then passes to side control. Kim looks to setup a submission, but Sadollah scrambles to his feet and connects with a knee on the way up. Kim tries to drag him back down, but Sadollah stays on his feet momentarily before he’s taken down again. Kim doesn’t do any damage, but keeps Sadollah pinned to the ground. Kim traps Sadollah with his own arm and connects with punches, then earns mount and drops ground and pound before the round ends. MMAFrenzy.com gives the round to Kim 10-9, putting him up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Kim avoids early kicks by Sadollah, then quickly scores another takedown into guard. Despit doing little damage, Kim dominates Sadollah on the ground, briefly getting mount before Sadollah gets back to guard. Sadollah breaks free and tries to do what he can off his back, throwing upkicks and setting up a triangle, but Kim continues to control Sadollah on the ground. Kim tries to take Sadollah’s back, but he escapes and they return to their feet. Sadollah can’t connect with anything before Kim gets another takedown, but Sadollah immediately stands. A tired Sadollah connects with a few punches late, but Kim clinches and they finish the fight against the fence. MMAFrenzy.com scores the round for Kim 10-9, earning him the decision 30-27.

Dong Hyun Kim def. Amir Sadollah via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

DIEGO SANCHEZ VS. JOHN HATHAWAY

ROUND 1 – Diego Sanchez rushes forward with punches, then shoots for an early takedown, but John Hathaway stays on his feet against the cage. Hathaway reverses, and Sanchez finally gets him to the ground, but they’re immediately back up and separate. Hathaway unloads a combo as Sanchez moves in, and follows it up with more punches and leg kicks. Hathaway drops Sanchez with a knee, and follows up on the ground with punches, but Sanchez survives and finally gets control of Hathaway in his guard. Hathaway breaks free and unloads more ground and pound, and it’s more of the same for the rest of the round as Hathaway continues to grind away on Sanchez. MMAFrenzy.com scores the first for Hathaway 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Hathaway moving forward with punches to begin the second, then a head kick is blocked, while Sanchez sits back and counters early. Sanchez moves in with punches, then catches a kick from Hathaway and scores a takedown. Sanchez tries unsuccessfully to keep Hathaway on the canvas, then Sanchez gives up on the takedown and they separate. Hathaway tags Sanchez and continues to press forward, catching Sanchez with more shots. Hathaway shoots for a takedown, but gives it up before connecting with another right. Hathaway connects with more punches as the round ends. MMAFrenzy.com scores the frame for Hathaway 10-9, and he’s now up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Hathaway jabs early, but misses with a right. Sanchez moving forward early, but is throwing few punches. Hathaway starts to connect again with the right. Sanchez grabs Hathaway for a takedown, but quickly gives up on it. Hathaway circling away now frustrating Sanchez, who shoots for another takedown but it’s stuffed again. Right hand connects again for Hathaway. Hathaway follows up some jabs with a head kick. Sanchez connects with a few combo down the stretch, but Hathaway blasts him with punches in the final seconds. MMAFrenzy.com gives the third to Hathaway 10-9, and he takes the fight on our card 30-27.

John Hathaway def. Diego Sanchez via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

ANTONIO ROGERIO NOGUEIRA VS. JASON BRILZ

ROUND 1 – Jason Brilz and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira are tentative on the start before Nogueira blasts Brilz with a knee to the midsection. Brilz tries to grab a leg, but Nogeuria escapes and connects with another knee to the body. Brilz grabs a kick and takes Nogueira down. Brilz looks to pass, but Nogueira is active on his back. Brilz gets to side control, then Nogueira escapes to his feet but Brilz grabs a guillotine and they head back to the ground. Nogeueira takes Brilz down and gets his back in a scramble, but they return to their feet. After trading some punches, Brilz shoots again but Nogueira shrugs it off. Nogueira connects with a few punches before the end of the round. MMAFrenzy.com scores a close round for Brilz 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Brilz fires a kick, then earns a takedown, but Nogueira grabs a guillotine. Brilz escapes, then grabs a guillotine of his own. Nogueira tries to roll free and the fight is nearly stopped, but Nogueira finally escapes. Brilz ends up in side control and breaks free for ground and pound. Nogueira reverses to side control, then the fighters work back to their feet. Brilz shoots again, but Nogueira stays on his feet against the cage. They separate from the clinch, and Nogueira connects with some punches but Brilz fires back with his own. Brilz tries again for the takedown, but Nogueira defends, then they trade punches. Brilz catches a kick, then they trade wild punches to finish the round. MMAFrenzy.com scores the round for Brilz 10-9, and he should be up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Brilz and Nogueira are cautious to begin the third, but Brilz earns another takedown. Nogueira tries for a guillotine, but Brilz escapes into half guard. Nogueira reverses and connects with some punches. Brilz works back to his feet, then shoots for another takedown but Nogueira keeps it standing. Nogueira connects with a solid punch, then Brilz shoots again, but Nogueira sprawls and looks to setup a submission. They stand and Nogueira connects with a knee. Another takedown for Brilz, but Nogueira quickly escapes, traps Brilz, and connects with some ground and pound before Brilz reverses back into guard. Nogueira gets back to side control and finishes with some punches. MMAFrenzy.com scores the round for Nogueira 10-9, but we’ve got Brilz winning 29-28.

Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Jason Brilz via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

TODD DUFFEE VS. MIKE RUSSOW

ROUND 1 – Duffee swings away with big punches early, and rocks Russow with a combination. Duffee continues to throw punches, but Russow recovers and tries for a takedown but it’s stuffed. Duffee unloads with more powerful punches, but Russow continues to weather the flurries. Uppercuts by Duffee find their mark, and he follows them up with punches up the middle. Duffee unleashes more punches as Russow can do little but survive. Duffee keeps the pressure on, moving forward with more punches and rocks Russow again late, but he survives the first. Duffee takes the opening round 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Duffee blasts Russow with more punches to start the second, but Russow fights on. Russow can’t get anything started, as Duffee stays active with punches but has avoided throwing kicks. Russow finally connects, but Duffee blasts him right back with more punches. Duffee slows, but continues to throw combinations and mixes in occasional leg kicks. Crowd begins to boo as the pace slow, but it’s another dominant round for Duffee. Duffee easily earns the second 10-9, and is now up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Duffee has slowed, but he continues to prevent Russow from doing anything significant, chipping away with more punches. Joe Rogan speculates that Duffee’s hand may be injured, but he presses on with occasional punches. Out of nowhere, Russow suddenly drops Duffee with a single punch, and he’s out cold.

Mike Russow def. Todd Duffee via KO (punch) – Round 3, 2:35

MICHAEL BISPING VS. DAN MILLER

ROUND 1 – Michael Bisping and Dan Miller trade early punches. Miller connects with a left, but catches Bisping below the belt with a body kick. Bisping shakes it off, and they quickly restart. Miller and Bisping both connect with solid punches as they circle and trade. Bisping starts to get the better of the exchanges, catching Miller with crisp punches, but Miller counters well. Bisping and Miller go back-and-forth with punches over the final minute. MMAFrenzy.com scores the first a 10-10 draw.

ROUND 2 – Miller continues to stand with Bisping as we begin the second, as they circle and trade punches with Bisping seemingly getting the better of the exchanges. Bisping connects with more punches, then lands a head kick, but Miller fires back with punches and a leg kick. Bisping lands a big punch, and continues to pick Miller apart with combinations. Miller connects with a right at the last-second, but the second is all Bisping. MMAFrenzy.com scores the second for Bisping 10-9, putting him up 20-19.

ROUND 3 – Miller presses forward and eats a punch, but stuns Bisping with an overhand right. Bisping tags Miller, then they trade more punches. Both fighters connect with some some combinations before Miller finally scores a takedown, only to have Bisping quickly return to his feet. Bisping takes command on the feet and continues to pepper Miller with punches, then fends off a takedown. Both fighters connect with wild punches in the final seconds. MMAFrenzy.com scores the third for Bisping 10-9, giving him a 30-28 decision.

Michael Bisping def. Dan Miller via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

RASHAD EVANS VS. QUINTON “RAMPAGE” JACKSON

ROUND 1 – Rashad catches “Rampage” with a right early that sends him to the cage, and he rushes in and clinches. Jackson recovers and they trade knees in the clinch, then Evans looks for a takedown, but they stall and are restarted by referee Herb Dean. Evans scores a powerful double-leg into side control and presses Jackson against the fence. Evans connects with punches as Jackson works back to his feet, but they stall again in the clinch and are restarted in the closing seconds. Evans presses forward again, but Jackson connects with punches before the round ends. MMAFrenzy.com gives the first to Evans 10-9.

ROUND 2 – Jackson avoids another right early in the second, but Rashad presses forward and looks for another takedown. Rashad blasts Jackson’s legs with knees in the clinch, then backs away and they circle. Evans moves into the clinch again and punches Jackson’s knee, but they stall and are restarted again. Jackson fails to find the mark with his punches, as Rashad quickly moves to avoid. Evans closes in again and lands in uppercut as they clinch again. Jackson and Evans struggle for position in the clinch to finish the frame. MMAFrenzy.com scores the second for Evans 10-9, putting him up 20-18.

ROUND 3 – Evans sneaks in a jab early, but Jackson connects with a right. Evans closes in, and Rampage drops him against the fence and tees off with punches on the ground. Evans survives and works back to his feet, then stops a takedown but he’s still wobbly on his feet. Rashad moves forward and connects with a combination. Evans evades, then earns another takedown against the cage and drops punches from half guard. Evans keeps Rampage down and connects with more ground and pound. Jackson stands, but Evans gets another takedown and fires more punches. Rampage stands again just before the bell sounds. MMAFrenzy.com scores the third 10-10, giving Jackson the decision 30-28.

Rashad Evans def. Quinton “Rampage” Jackson via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

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