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At least as far as the winner goes.
Last night (Sat., Dec. 3, 2011) at The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 Finale in Las Vegas, Anthony Ferguson defeated Yves Edwards by way of unanimous decision. It was a close fight, though, and that means a bit of controversy, although far less than normal.
Two judges scored the bout 30-27 in favor of Ferguson, while the other scored it 29-28. The Fight Metric report shows the latter to be correct, at least based on the numbers. Edwards attempted to argue after the bout that he felt he won but the cold hard numbers say otherwise.
But it certainly wasn't a blowout.
The fight featured little to no grappling. Ferguson was successful on his lone credited takedown attempt while Edwards went 0 for 3. Not much of an impact but if there's any, it goes to "El Cucuy."
The key is the round by round breakdown of the fight, which you can see (via FightMetric.com) after the jump. To read a complete recap of the Ferguson vs. Edwards fight click here. For complete TUF 14 Finale results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.