UFC 108 results and LIVE fight coverage for 'Evans vs Silva' on Jan. 2 in Las Vegas

 

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is locked and loaded to kickoff its first major pay-per-view (PPV) event of the 2010 fight season, which is scheduled to go down TONIGHT (Jan. 2, 2010) from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

UFC 108 will feature a reworked main event between former smooth-moving light heavyweight champion "Sugar" Rashad Evans and the hard-hitting Thiago Silva. British brawler Paul Daley is slated to battle Brazilian jiu-jitsu phenom Dustin Hazelett in the co-featured fight of the night.

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Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after "Evans vs. Silva."

Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC 108 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action!)

UFC 108 QUICK RESULTS

Rashad Evans defeats Thiago Silva via Unanimous Decision
Paul Daley defeats Dustin Hazelett via TKO (Strikes) round one
Sam Stout defeats Joe Lauzon via Unanimous Decision
Jim Miller defeats Duane Ludwig via Submission (Arm Bar) round one
Junior Dos Santos defeats Gilbert Yvel via TKO (Strikes) round one
Martin Kampmann defeats Jacob Volkmann via submission (guillotine choke) in round one
Cole Miller defeats Dan Lauzon via submission (inverted triangle choke) in round one
Mark Munoz defeats Ryan Jensen via submission (strikes) in round one
Jake Ellenberger defeats Mike Pyle via technical knockout (strikes) in round two
Rafaello Oliveira defeats John Gunderson via unanimous decision

UFC 108 PLAY-BY-PLAY LIVE MAIN CARD COMMENTARY:
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Rashad Evans vs. Thiago Silva (205-pound limit)

Round one: Evans bob's and weaves his way in and now clinches right off the bat. Silva looking for the clinch. Evans with the take down and Silva right back to his feet but Evans trips him right back down to the mat. Rashad in side control now and Evans with the full mount! Silva spins free and back to his feet and Silva with a knee and left to the body on the way up. Their up against the cage and now their off and throwing. Rashad with a good combo and Thiago lands a good left then knee and Evans goes right for the take down and gets it. Side control for Evans. Silva back to his feet. Inside leg kick from Silva. Good exchange from both men they both land solid shots. Good right from Evans on the way in and now their clinched against the cage again. Evans is controlling the octagon right now. Great left right to the body and right to the head from Evans. Evans gets the take down right after, and Silva right back to his feet but Evans is making him work. Thats the bell and Rashad controlled from bell to bell. 10-9 Evans.


Round two: Two chopping right hooks from Evans as he charges in looking for another take down. Their clinched against the fence again. Short punches from Silva. Short knee from Silva. Body kick from Silva and Rashad uses it to get another take down with the double leg. Evans now in half guard in the center of the cage. Silva tries to roll and gets to his feet. Rashad is relentless and gets another big take down with a slam. Silva with his back against the cage and Evans on top of him working him hard. Silva uses butterfly guard and a hold of a leg to get to his feet. Faint right and Evans charges in again and pushes Silva against the cage. Good right from Silva. Silva barely lands a right. Nice body kick from Silva. Double right and Evans charges in and gets the double leg take down again. Silva is frustrated big time with his back against the cage, and SIlva back to his feet and Rashad lands a right. Thats the bell and 2nd round just like the 1st. Evans controls from start to finish, Silva needs a knock out. 10-9 Evans.


Round three: Quick combo and take down attempt from Evans is stuffed. Evans with a left hook. Evans ducks under a right and again gets a take down. Silva right back to his feet but he looks tired. Body shot from Silva. Overhand right from Evans lands big. Silva keeps dancing and trying to pump up the crowd but that is getting him no points. Evans is ahead and he knows it. Silva lands a straight right and hurts Rashad!!! Silva charges forward and lands another shot and Evans grabs a leg. Silva landing punches now and hits a big uppercut!!! Evans is hurt bad!!! He is in trouble!!! Rashad seems to have weathered the storm as Silva is now with his hands on his hips. He had Evans hurt bad and in big trouble and decided to dance and posture instead of finish. Their against the cage tied up and that is the bell. Thiago Silva got his opening for his miracle and just could not capitalize.

Final result: Rashad Evans defeats Thiago Silva via Unanimous Decision

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Paul Daley vs. Dustin Hazelett (170-pound limit)

Round one: Hazelett starts off with a monkey roll to no where. Great high kick from Hazelett. Leg kick from Daley. Good body kick and then high kick from Daley. Leg kick from Daley. Daley trying to ease his way in. Front kick from Hazelett. Nice front kick from Hazelett. Daley out of nowhere lands a explosive left hook that knocks out Hazelett completely!! Daley lands another couple bombs for good measure and Hazelett is stiff and OUT COLD!!! Oh my god, Paul Daley literally got hit with a left hook as he was throwing his own bomb and still put Hazelett on the mat and finished him of in spite of it. A sick sick knock out.

Round two:
Round three:

Final result: Paul Daley defeats Dustin Hazelett via TKO (Strikes) Round One

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Joe Lauzon vs. Sam Stout (155-pound limit)

Round one: Stout with a right that just misses and Lauzon explodes right  into the clinch and gets a take down. Stout with half guard. Lauzon with some good punches and a big elbow. Lauzon jumps over for a spinning kimura and almost gets it. Stout is cut bad over his left eye now. Good right from Lauzon. Faint from Lauzon and he dives right in for another take down, Stout lands some good punches in defense but cant hold off Lauzon and goes down. Stout walks up the cage and is back to his feet and lands a good knee. Lauzon pulls guard and Stout lands a good elbow. Another good elbow from Stout. Stout one punch and their back to the feet. Good counter left from Stout. Lauzon shoots and gets stuffed and Stout lands some punches. Great body shot from Stout and another one they land hard. Good right from Stout. Sloppy right from Lauzon lands. Good leg kick from Stout. Liver punch from Stout. Inside leg kick from Stout. Leg kick from Lauzon. Spinning backfist from Stout and a good right from Lauzon to finish the round. WOW amazing round of action. Lauzon controlled early but Stout put it on late, too close to call that round could go either way.

Round two: Good right from Lauzon and Lauzon ducks under and Stout just tosses him away. Great left to the liver from Stout. Leg kick from Stout. Head kick grazes Lauzon and he looks hurt. Lauzon desperately grabs for the take down and he locks it up. Stout trying to walk up the cage again. Stout back to his feet. Left to the body and right body kick from Stout. Stout with another body kick and Lauzon ties him up now. Stout gets the underhook and gets away. Stiff straight right from lauzon. Good right from Lauzon. Inside leg kick and straight right from Stout. Good elbow from Stout. Nice left hook and head kick from Stout. Stout chopping at the body with left hooks. Lauzon shoots and Stout sprawls and Lauzon pulls guard now. Stout back to the feet. Body kick from Stout. Inside leg kick right hand from Stout. Lauzon again pulls guard. Stout with elbows from the top. Nice elbow from Stout. Thats the bell and that round was all Sam Stout he looks in great shape and is dominating on the feet. Lauzon looks gassed and Stout's take down defense is making him loose hope. 10-9 Stout.


Round three: Lauzon attacks right off the bat with a combo. Lauzon shoots and gets stuffed. Left hook from Lauzon. Stout with a body combo. Both guys land body kicks. Left from Lauzon. Body kick from Stout. Big knee from Stout. Inside leg kick and right from Stout. Body kick from Stout. Nice combo from Stout. Lauzon shoots and cant lock it up. Body shot from Stout and then body shot left hook! Inside leg kick then right again from Stout. Lauzon shoots and Stout throws him off easily. Body kick from Stout. Nice combo from Stout. Body kick from Stout caught and he shoots in hard and finally gets a take down. Stout with full guard. Lauzon desperate and now is passing into half guard. Lauzon in the mount now and he has a hold of the neck and Stout somehow slips out. Stout back to the feet. WOW. Front kick from Stout. Great uppercut from Stout lands hard. Stout finishes it off with a barrage of punches to end the round. Amazing action, great showing from Stout he looked awesome. Lauzon started fast but seem to loose his gas and obviously the year off and knee injury took a toll on the conditioning of Joe Lauzon and im sure he will get better as he gets some more time in the gym. Great fight.

Final result: Sam Stout defeats Joe Lauzon via Unanimous Decision

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Duane Ludwig vs. Jim Miller (155-pound limit)

Round one: Ludwig with a stiff straight right that lands flush. Good leg kick from Miller countered with a right from Ludwig. Miller with a great left right combo and then head kick. Good inside leg kick from Miller. Good right from Ludwig. Big right from Ludwig and then Miller lands a BIG right and looks like he steps on his foot of Ludwig at the same time and drops him! Now he is on top in full mount! Ludwig shakes him off the top but now Miller is locking in an arm bar and he is trying to cinch it in. Thats it Ludwig taps and Jim Miller with an impressive victory.

Round two:
Round three:

Final result: Jim Miller defeats Duane Ludwig via Submission (Arm Bar) round 1

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Junior Dos Santos vs. Gilbert Yvel (265-pound limit)

Round one: Leg kick from Yvel. Left hook from Dos Santos lands. Spinning back kick from Yvel. Left right from Dos Santos from the inside. Dos Santos lands a BIG combo. Yvel lands a good combo as his counter. Leg kick from Dos Santos. Body kick from Yvel. Head kick from Yvel snaps but is blocked, Dos Santos ducks under and lands a MASSIVE left hook!!! Yvel is dropped!!! Dos Santos jumps right on top and is pounding away and thats it!!!! Dos Santos with a vicious TKO win.

Round two:
Round three:

Final result: Junior Dos Santos defeats Gilbert Yvel via TKO (Strikes) Round 1

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Martin Kampmann vs. Jacob Volkmann (170-pound limit)

Round one: Volkmann comes out with his "put up your dukes" style. He connects with a left on the chin of Kampmann. They trade a flurry of punches and Volkmann connects with a knee to the face as they break. He lands another straight right, which seems to stun Kampmann, but he responds with a shot that drops Volkmann. Kampmann is cut, but he looks to be finding his rhythm. Volkmann charges in with a big right, but once again Kampmann counters and puts Volkmann on his butt. Kampmann follows him to the canvas and is now working ground and pound inside his guard. Kampmann stands up and drops a punch as he comes back down to meet Volkmann on the canvas. Kampmann drops three BIG punches and Volkmann seems stunned, but not out. Hammer fists now. He gets to his feet while Volkmann is on his knees and he sinks in a choke from the north-south position. It's tight ... Volkmann can't get out and he's forced to tap. Odd standing submission. It's announced as a guillotine choke.

Final result: Martin Kampmann defeats Jacob Volkmann via submission (guillotine choke) in round one

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Cole Miller vs. Dan Lauzon (155-pound limit)

Round one: Miller and Lauzon apparently have some personal beef ... let's see how it shakes out now that they get to hit each other. Miller misses with a kick to start off the action. Lauzon dives in trying to connect, but Miller roughs him up. Lauzon drops Miller with a big left hook out of nowhere. Miller somehow survives and is back up on his feet. He connects with a knee ... he's right back in it! He works the Muay Thai clench while Lauzon boxes his ribs. Miller now connects with a left ... and a right. Both fighters look spent. It's a furious pace thus far. Lauzon manages to get on Miller's back, but Miller reverses and is actually angling for an inverted triangle. Lauzon looks unimpressed. Not for long. Miller tightens it up and rolls Lauzon to his belly. He's trapped! That's it! Lauzon taps from what has to be one of the slickest submissions inside the Octagon in a long time.

Final result: Cole Miller defeats Dan Lauzon via submission (inverted triangle choke) in round one

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