The McCall/ Johnson fight was announced as a split decision in favor of Demetrious Johnson and declared the winner. Later in the evening it was revealed the judges scored it a majority decision instead of a split decision, still making Johnson the winner.
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UFC on FX 2: Alves vs. Kampmann Results
Allphones Arena in Sydney Australia Commentators: Kenny Florian and Jon Anik
– Prelim Results
Shawn Jordan over Oli Thompson via TKO in the 2nd Round
Daniel Pineda over Mackens Semerzier vi-a armbar in the 1st Round
T.J. Waldburger over Jake Hecht by armbar in the 1st Round
Andrew Craig over Kyle Noke via unanimous decision
Steven Siler over Cole Miller via unanimous decision
Anthony Perosh def. Nick Penner via TKO in the 1st Round–
James Te Huna over Aaron Rosa via TKO in the 1st Round 1
Constantinos Philippou defeated Court McGee via unanimous decision 29-28 across the board: The story of the fight was McGee coundn’t get anything going as Philippou made him uncomfortable and dictated the pace.
– Flyweight Tournament
Demetrious Johnson defeated Ian McCall via majority decision as two judges scored it 29-28 Johnson and one scored it a draw: McCall stormed out of the octagon as the fans chanted bullshit. I scored it 29-28 McCall and Kenny Florian even disagree with the decision. McCall control the fight by utilizing inside trips to secure takedowns. Johnson didn’t score a single takedown. McCall show no sign of first time jitters and displayed a lot charisma. He is going to be a star.
Joseph Benavidez defeated Yasuhiro Urushitani via TKO due to strikes at 0:11 of the 2nd Round: Benavidez came out and immediately dropped Urushitani with an over hand right. He jumped right on him and pounded him until the ref called a halt to the action.
– Main Event
Martin Kampmann defeated Thiago Alves via guillotine choke at 4:12 of the 3rd Round: With the exception of a teep kick that hurt Alves early in the first, Kampmann was dominated for the majority of the fight. He kept getting hit with punch after punch and was taken down a few times even though Alves couldn’t do anything with it. The finish came when Kampmann hooked the guillotine as Alves shot in for the takedown.
At one time, the UFC only had four weight classes under the Zuffa banner. Tonight’s card on FX ushers in an 8th division as the 125 lb weight class takes center stage. Fans will also be treated to a welterweight slug fest that will set some type of balance to a division in limbo as the next move of Carlos Condit and Georges St. Pierre is unknown.
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