MFC 27 results and live updates for 'Breaking Point' on Nov. 12 from Edmonton


MFC 27: "Breaking Point" went down tonight (Nov. 12) from the River Cree Resort and Casino in Edmonton, Alberta.

The event aired live on HDNet starting at 10 p.m. ET. Headlining the card was a welterweight championship fight with Jesse Juarez meeting Douglas Lima for the unclaimed gold.

The show also featured a highly anticipated rematch between heated rivals Pete Spratt and Ryan Ford. The two first met in February of 2008 and finally settled the score when they squared off tonight.

Also on the card were a few UFC veterans in Razak Al-Hassan, who took on Dwayne Lewis, and David Heath squared off with Rodney Wallace in a light-heavyweight showdown. Heath was originally slated to fight Glover Teixeira but an injury put him out and "Sho Nuff The Master" was quick to take his place.

MFC 27: "Breaking Point" results after the jump.

Main Card:

170 lbs.: Douglas Lima def. Jesse Juarez via submission (armbar) at 2:37 of Round 3
170 lbs.: Ryan Ford def. Pete Spratt via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:07 of Round 2
205 lbs.: David Heath vs. Rodney Wallace def. David Heath via unanimous decision
205 lbs.: Dwayne Lewis def. Razak Al-Hassan via split decision
155 lbs.: Kajan Johnson def. Ryan Healy via unanimous decision
175 lbs.: Dhiego Lima def. Bill Fraser via KO at 2:36 of Round 2


155 lbs.: Brad Cardinal def. Musa Tolliver via submission (triangle choke) at 1:22 of Round 2
180 lbs.: Jordan Beecroft def. Nick Hrynchyshyn via unanimous decision
145 lbs.: Spencer Rohovie def. Matt Veal via submission (armbar) at 3:45 of Round 1

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