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Renan Barao vs Urijah Faber 2 UFC 169 results: Full fight updates, LIVE online round-by-round PPV stream

Did Renan Barao or Urijah Faber win last night (Sat., Feb. 1, 2014) in UFC 169 main event from Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey? will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round full-fight blog coverage of the five-round Bantamweight championship rematch on pay-per-view (PPV) that pits Barao against "The California Kid," with the winner establishing himself as the undisputed 135-pound mixed martial arts (MMA) king to kickoff the New Year. Be sure to check back often (full match results are below) for latest updates to find out who won the Super Bowl weekend clash between the two top Bantamweight fighters on the planet, division champion Renan Barao and former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) kingpin, Urijah Faber, at UFC 169.

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Controversy? Dean Discusses UFC 169, UFC 170 Calls

After two questionable calls during title fights at UFC 169 and UFC 170 less than two months ago, Herb Dean discussed his decision-making.


UFC 169 Results: What's Next For Renan Barao?

At UFC 169: "Barao vs. Faber 2" last night (Sat., Feb. 1, 2014) in Newark, N.J., Renan Barao finished Urijah Faber in the first round, proving his dominance over a Bantamweight division that looks thin at the moment. The champion secured his third title defense, looking spectacular in the process. Who could possibly spell trouble for the king of the 135-pound division in the near future?


Breakdown! Barao Retains With Unfortunate Stoppage

Two runaway freight trains collided for bantamweight gold in UFC 169's main event last night (Sat., Feb. 1, 2014) from Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Despite Urijah Faber looking the best he ever has, surging champion Renan Barao put on arguably his best performance. But, it wasn't without controversy. Check out our breakdown of Barao's biggest win below!


HIGHLIGHTS! Barao batters Faber, scores stoppage

Check out the highlights of the controversial fight if you missed it live!


Controversy! Barao stops Faber in the first round

Make no mistake, Renan Barao looked like a monster, but his finish of Urijah Faber left a lot to be desired.


Barao vs. Faber, Round 1

Barao opened with a front kick. Faber responded by catching the next one and firing off with shots that grazed but didn't land clean.

Faber slipped on a kick just over one minute in and the Brazilian tried to take advantage but failed to do so with any real success. "The California Kid" actually came up winging a spinning back fist and smiling.

Happy fun time.

It didn't last long.

That's because Barao came down the pipe with a monster right hand that destroyed Faber. He dropped to the mat, seemingly out, but Barao's follow up either helped wake him up or didn't come fast enough.

Faber got up battling but Barao wouldn't relent. He landed another nasty overhand right and continued throwing big punches with the American turtled up. The referee checked to see that Faber was intelligently defending, he didn't feel that was the case, and he stopped it.

Faber wasn't happy about it, but that was the end.

Barao wins.

For everything you need to know on "Barao vs. Faber 2" click here, and for complete UFC 169 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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