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Results: Cain Velasquez vs Junior dos Santos 3 full fight updates, LIVE online UFC 166 round-by-round stream on PPV

Did Cain Velasquez or Junior dos Santos win last night (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in UFC 166 main event from Toyota Center in Houston, Texas? MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round full-fight blog coverage of the five-round Heavyweight championship trilogy match on pay-per-view (PPV) that pits "Brown Pride" against "Cigano," with the winner taking the best of three mixed martial arts (MMA) series. Be sure to check back often (full match results are below) for latest updates to find out who won the historic 265-pound clash between the two best Heavyweight fighters on the planet, Cain Velasquez vs. Junior dos Santos, at UFC 166.

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JDS Glad Corner Didn't Stop UFC 166 Title Fight

Sorry, Dana White and Chael Sonnen, but Junior dos Santos doesn't agree that his UFC 166 Heavyweight title fight against division champion Cain Velasquez should have been stopped sooner than it was.

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JDS Suffers Memory Loss, Thought He Was KOed In R2

According to a report out of Brazil, Junior dos Santos does not remember most of his UFC 166 title fight against Cain Velasquez and says he thought the fight was over in the second round.

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It's a Wrap! UFC 166: Velasquez vs. JDS Edition

Let's wrap up UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" from this past weekend, shall we?

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White: I Try To Like The 'Delusional' Roy Nelson

UFC President Dana White wants you to know that he's tried to like Roy Nelson, it's just that he's tired of always hearing about the stupid sh-t Nelson says.

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UFC 166: Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3 Photo Gallery

Check out all the best pics from the big event!

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Manager: JDS Is "Doing Fine" After UFC 166 Bout

After his UFC 166 bout with Cain Velasquez, Junior Dos Santos was sent to a local hospital. His manager confirms that he's doing okay, just needed some stitches.

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UFC 166 Results: Sooo...About Last Night

Last night's (Oct. 19, 2013) UFC 166 pay-per-view at Toyota Center in Houston Texas delivered. So much so that it's being discussed as one of the best events of all time. Let's relive the memories and talk about last night.

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Dos Santos' Punch Face Photo Gallery Is Back!

I feel like I've seen this before ...

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Breakdown! Velasquez Puts An End To Archrival JDS

History was on the line when Cain Velasquez and Junior Dos Santos looked to put their rivalry to a close in the main event of last night's (Oct. 19, 2013) UFC 166 from Houston, Texas. When the dust settled, Velasquez held the belt high after a career-defining performance. Check out our breakdown of his destructive win below!

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Dana White is 'no doctor,' thinks Cain/JDS should have been stopped.

Contrary to popular belief, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White is not a doctor. But that didn't stop him from hitting twitter to let everyone know that the main event of UFC 166 should have been stopped. And I agree. When Herb Dean finally waved off the bout, it was a mercy stoppage. Check out all of MMAMania's UFC 166 coverage here.

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UFC 166: Velasquez dominates Dos Santos ... again

This was hard to watch at times. But boy is Cain Velasquez a monster.

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Velasquez vs. Dos Santos, Round 5

Junior dos Santos knocked out Cain Velasquez in the first meeting. Velasquez dominated Dos Santos for five full rounds in the second meeting. Tonight (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in the main event of UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, they met for a third and final time to settle the score in an awesome heavyweight trilogy over the division title.

Before the round began, the doctor had to check on Dos Santos' eye, as his left appeared to be swollen shut. He was cleared, somehow, and Velasquez proceeded to take him down in short order.

A lame triangle attempt came up, uh, lame, and "Cigano" used the cage to get back to his feet. The clinch came next, of course, with Velasquez once again jumping in and out with effective offense. By the end, Dos Santos couldn't even throw his punches proper.

Fatigue combined with a severe beating led to his dropping to his knees on a failed choke attempt and just covering his head against multiple blows. Finally, the referee stepped in to stop it.

Velasquez wins by TKO.

For more on "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" click here, and for complete UFC 166 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Velasquez vs. Dos Santos, Round 4

Junior dos Santos knocked out Cain Velasquez in the first meeting. Velasquez dominated Dos Santos for five full rounds in the second meeting. Tonight (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in the main event of UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, they met for a third and final time to settle the score in an awesome heavyweight trilogy over the division title.

It took all of eight seconds for Velasquez to land another hard right hand to the chin. A clinch followed but it was only a means to delay what seemed inevitable.

Sure enough, Cain backed out and blasted away with punches, all of which looked close to forcing a stoppage. But just as soon as he jumped out to fire away, he jumped back in to control the action.

This is how things went for the next couple minutes, as Dos Santos tried his best to find the space to land a big right hand, one that might have a chance of winning him the fight. He looked dead on his feet but his punches were still powerful.

But powerful enough?

Soon after, his face was hamburger enough for the doctor to come in and check on him. Once that happened and he was cleared to return, the action restarted and he went back to throwing hail mary haymakers.

No dice.

That's not to say he didn't find some success with a couple short elbows coming into and out of the clinch. Still, Velasquez was relentless and Dos Santos went back to his corner looking like he had been run over by a truck.

For more on "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" click here, and for complete UFC 166 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Velasquez vs. Dos Santos, Round 3

Junior dos Santos knocked out Cain Velasquez in the first meeting. Velasquez dominated Dos Santos for five full rounds in the second meeting. Tonight (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in the main event of UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, they met for a third and final time to settle the score in an awesome heavyweight trilogy over the division title.

Velasquez wasted no time grabbing Dos Santos and once again pushing him up against the fence. It was a strategy that was getting the job done but really chaffing the ass of the fans in attendance at the arena who were livid.

Then, out of nowhere, Velasquez landed a HUGE shot that put "Cigano" on his ass and had referee Herb Dean looking for any indication that he could step in and save the big Brazilian from further damage. Unbelievably enough, though, Junior survived the initial push.

On top of that, he survived each and every shot that came after too. Somehow, someway, he continued getting tagged but just wouldn't go down for good. Not here and not now at least.

Wow.

For more on "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" click here, and for complete UFC 166 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Velasquez vs. Dos Santos, Round 2

Junior dos Santos knocked out Cain Velasquez in the first meeting. Velasquez dominated Dos Santos for five full rounds in the second meeting. Tonight (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in the main event of UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, they met for a third and final time to settle the score in an awesome heavyweight trilogy over the division title.

Velasquez opened the second round rushing out and getting in his opponent's face. He pushed the Brazilian up against the cage and made sure to keep his pressure game strong.

In response to this, Dos Santos did his best to stay measured, trying to keep his gas tank full while fending off Cain's blitzing offense. No easy task, considering how well Velasquez rushes in.

The two battled against the fence and it was there that Dos Santos attempted to fire off with shots to score some offense. It didn't look all that special, though, not with Velasquez pressing him so hard.

The round ended with Cain just missing a takedown and Junior landing an overhand shot.

For more on "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" click here, and for complete UFC 166 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Velasquez vs. Dos Santos, Round 1

Junior dos Santos knocked out Cain Velasquez in the first meeting. Velasquez dominated Dos Santos for five full rounds in the second meeting. Tonight (Sat., Oct. 19, 2013) in the main event of UFC 166: "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, they met for a third and final time to settle the score in an awesome heavyweight trilogy over the division title.

Velasquez opened the same way he did before, striking hard and fast while working for takedowns. Dos Santos, this time, returned fire and held his own just fine, though he was hurt at times.

It was relatively even by the end, with Cain scoring the numbers but the Brazilian landing a big shot that had his foe rocked.

For more on "Velasquez vs. Dos Santos 3" click here, and for complete UFC 166 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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