UFC Fight Night 11 results coverage and LIVE blow-by-blow-commentary

UFN 11 results and coverage
UFC Fight Night 11 is set for tonight from The Palms Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, at 9 p.m. ET on Spike TV.

UFCmania.com real-time quick results for the prelim fights are ALREADY COMPLETE. LIVE blow-by-blow commentary of the televised portion of the main card is NOW UNDERWAY!

Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the Spike TV telecast to share their thoughts on the action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment or 10 before you leave and chat with many of our readers during the show — it always turns out to be a good time.

Don't forget also that we will be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after UFC Fight Night 11.

See below for the latest UFC Fight Night 11 results, which will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest results!

UFC FIGHT NIGHT 11 QUICK RESULTS:

Kenny Florian defeats Din Thomas via submission (rear naked choke) in round one
Chris Leben defeats Terry Martin via knockout in round three
Nate Diaz defeats Junior Assuncao via submission (guillotine choke) in round one
Nate Quarry defeats Pete Sell via technical knockout in round three
Luke Cummo defeats Edilberto "Crocota" de Oliveira via technical knockout in round one
Cole Miller defeats Leonard Garcia via unanimous decision
Gray Maynard defeats Joe Veres via knockout in round one
Thiago Alves defeats Kuniyoshi Hironaka via verbal submission (strikes) in round two
Dustin Hazelett defeats Jonathan Goulet via submission (armbar) in round one

UFC FIGHT NIGHT 11 LIVE BLOW-BY-BLOW MAIN CARD COMMENTARY (will begin at 9 p.m. ET): Whats good Maniacs, Drubysunshine here for live blow by blow commentary. This will be an action packed night of MMA fights not to mention the debut of the latest installment of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Serra vs Team Hughes. Enjoy it folks.

Din Thomas vs. Kenny Florian (155-pound limit)

Round one: Well here we go, the fight ive been waiting for it should be non stop action, two top 10 fighters at the top of their games. It should also help clear up a cloudy title picture in the 155 division. Thomas looking for distance. Leg kick by Ken flo followed by a high kick. Another high kick by Florian. Another head kick by Florian and Din lands a right hook and left cross. Leg kick by Florian, check that a kick right to the balls by Florian and the fight is stopped right now. Another head kick by Florian and Din answers with a right cross. Florian goes for another head kick and slips, Din rains down a right punch and couple elbows and now their back to the feet. Ken flo goes for the take down and he gets him down, Din is scrambling and kicks him off and back to the feet. Din again gets taken down and again kicks him off and their back to the feet. Din shoots and looks like he hurt his knee, now Florian is raining down punches while hes on Dins back. Florian still raining punches, and Florian locks in the choke and its all over. Din definitely hurt his left knee while going for the shot. He still hasn't gotten up and is pointing to his left knee. The replay shows that it looks like he could have very well blown out his knee which would explain why he didn't put up any fight at the end of this one. Sad to see the fight end that way, but Florian looked great nonetheless.

Result: Kenny Florian defeats Din Thomas via submission (rear naked choke) in round one

-end-

Terry Martin vs. Chris Leben (185-pound limit)

Round one: This one should be a brawl in every since of the word. Im going to go out on a limb and say that someone will get knocked out in this one. This should be the definition of a fan friendly fight. Both fighters exchange blows. Leg kick by Leben. Left hook by Martin. Martin with a nice take down. Leben has full guard. Martin trying to use some ground and pound. Leben looking for an arm bar. Back to the feet. Martin lands two vicious lefts, and Leben answers with a solid knee. Both fighters clinched. Martin with a right. Martin with knees from the clinch. Martin with double under hooks and goes for a nice slam and lands it. Leben looses a point for grabbing the fence. Back to the feet. Leben with a good knee and elbow. Clinched up against the fence again. Foot stomps by Leben. That round goes to Martin obviously because of the point deduction. But otherwise is was an extremely close round.

Round two: Leben looks to be in much better shape than he ever has been and Martin seemingly looks winded. Leben with good knees to the body from the clinch. Leben with a solid uppercut. Martin looks confused and uncomfortable in the stand up game. Back to the clinch against the fence. Leben with more foot stomps. Martin with a nice left hook. Great body shot by Martin. Both fighters exchange knees, and right hooks. Leben with a leg kick. Martin is swinging wildly. Leben with a good knee to the head, but Martin then takes him down. Hes in Lebens full guard. Nice elbows from the bottom by Leben. Martin looks tired, and Leben is looking to lock in a triangle. Its locked in and Martin isnt answering. Leben using elbows to soften him up. ANd thats the bell. Leben won that round easy and looks in much better shape and more crisp than Martin. But we have to wonder how much that point deduction will hurt him if this goes the distance.

Round three: Martin is breathing heavy and Leben looks confident. Nice uppercut by Martin. Back to the clinch. Both guys exchange knees. Martin lands a solid left. Martin with a stiff jab then a right. Martin with a good knee from the clinch. Martin with a huge right and left to the body!! Leben with a straight right. Martin with a take down. Again in Lebens full guard. Martin landing some punches. Lebemn lands a hook. Martin with a knee to the gut. Two left hooks by Martin and another. 2 minutes left. Leben goes for a take down but Martin reverses and again is in Lebens guard. Martin is gassed. HUGE right by Martin and Leben is rocked!!! Hes hurt bad, another right by Martin. Leben out of nowhere with a HUGE left hook!!!!! Martin is out cold!!! Its over Leben wins is an exciting finish!!! WOW!!

Result: Chris Leben defeats Terry Martin via knockout in round three

-end-

Nate Diaz vs. Junior Assuncao (155-pound limit)

Round one: Alright here we go, TUF 5 winner Nate Diaz will get his first test out of the competition in Junior Assuncao and we'll see what he has to offer. Both fighters come out fast. Junior with a leg kick. Junior with some wild punches and Diaz clinches up against the fence. Diaz using some lefts. Junior has the back, then Diaz uses a Judo sweep and flips him over. Junior on top and Diaz to his feet. Back to the clinch. Diaz goes for a kimura. Diaz is cranking it hard. Junior rolls for the back, but Nate scrambles to the feet. Nate with knees to the thigh. Nate Diaz with a HUGE one two combo and Junior is rocked!!!! He falls and lands into a guillotine of Nate Diaz. It's over Diaz submits him in an impressive victory. His jiu-jitsu is off the charts.

Result: Nate Diaz defeats Junior Assuncao via submission (guillotine choke) in round one

-end-

Nate Quarry vs. Pete Sell(185-pound limit)

Round one: OK, here we go a rematch that should be a brawl and well see if Drago can come back from the KO he suffered in his first meeting with Nate Quarry, and if Nate's surgically fused broken back can withhold the rigors of fighting and what affect it will have on his performance. Sell with a HUGE right cross to open things up, Quarry answers with two leg kicks and a combo. Both fighters clinch, and are exchanging knees. Drago with two good punches. Drago with the takedown off a double leg. Quarry back to his feet. Sell landing from rights from the clinch. Nice knee from Sell. Yamasaki separates them and both fighters exchange huge punches. Drago with two stiff jabs. HUGE right by Sell!!! Quarry answers with a left. Now they are clinched up against the fence. Quarry working knees to the stomach. Drago going for the takedown but cant get it. Huge elbow and right by Sell. Followed by a stiff left hook. HUGE left hook by Sell and followed by ANOTHER!!!! 1-2 combo from Sell. Another huge right hook to end the round!!! Gotta give that round to Drago 10-9 easy he had the take down, he was moving forward more, and he landed more shots, threw more shots and they were powerful.

Round two: Nice right by Sell. 2 good right leg kicks by Quarry. Drago with a nice body shot. HUGE right by Sell!!!! Hes down!!! Dropped, but amazingly hes back to his feet. Another huge right by Sell. Hes doing some damage. Quarry with a good right, Sell immediately takes him down. Now hes going for the guillotine. Sell with a knee. both fighters back up to their feet. Superman punch lands flush by Sell. Sell with another right cross. Quarry lands a right. Leg kick by Sell. Jab by Drago. Nice right by Sell. Body shot by Sell. Another straight right by Sell followed by a leg kick from Quarry. ANother solid leg kick with a right by Nate. Left hook by Sell. Thats the bell. Again it goes to Sell 10-9 for all the same reasons especially that punched that dropped Quarry.

Round three: Jab by Sell. Huge right left combo from Sell. Another huge right!!! Quarry lands a huge right hook and drops Sell, thats it its all over!!! WOW! A surprising end to a fight that Drago was dominating up until that one punch, but as we all know one punch is all it takes.

Result: Nate Quarry defeats Pete Sell via technical knockout in round three

-end-

X
Log In Sign Up

forgot?
Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

Join MMAmania.com

You must be a member of MMAmania.com to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at MMAmania.com. You should read them.

Join MMAmania.com

You must be a member of MMAmania.com to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at MMAmania.com. You should read them.

Spinner

Authenticating

Great!

Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.

tracking_pixel_5349_tracker