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UFC 175 stream: Online results, live updates, post-fight recaps and more for 'Weidman vs Machida' PPV

UFC 175 results live online: UFC is back on pay-per-view (PPV) TONIGHT (Sat., July 5, 2014) with "Weidman vs. Machida," which features a five-round Middleweight championship main event between division champion Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. MMAmania.com will deliver bell-to-bell results coverage of UFC 175 online LIVE all evening and (late) night, including latest fight updates, fight recaps, video highlights, winners, losers, press conference streams and all the other post-fight fallout you can handle well into Sunday. Buckle up! It's the promotion's annual Fourth of July weekend blockbuster that also features a women's Bantamweight title fight between division champion Ronda Rousey against Brazilian jiu-jitsu player Alexis Davis in the co-main event. All that and much, much more. We've got UFC 175's entire card -- including "Prelims" under card matches on "Fight Pass" and FOX Sports 1 -- all covered below in our comprehensive story stream.

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Two More UFC Fighters Fail Post-Fight Drug Tests

Bad times for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) black belts-turned mixed martial arts (MMA) practitioners as both winners failed their post-fight drug test in Nevada following their bouts earlier this month (July 2014).

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Phantom Cam! Watch UFC 175 In Slow Motion

UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" had several moments that are best viewed in super-slow motion. Check them out in the "Fight Motion" video -- also known as the "Phantom Cam" -- above.

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Rousey's Broken Hand Foils UFC 176 Hail Mary

That poor fella' in UFCs production truck was just sayin' what erryone was thinkin.'

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Rogan Issues Statement On Truck Gate

Not since "Duel" has a guy in a truck caused this much aggravation.

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Rankings! Edgar Unseats Swanson As No. 2 At 145

In addition, Ronda Rousey trumps Johny Hendricks on the pound-for-pound list.

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'Rowdy' Wins Giving Division 'Bad Reputation'

Ronda Rousey has defeated all her opponents by an average time that is actually shorter than the entire length of her Joan Jett walkout song. While this is great for her, it's really bad for the women's bantamweight division. And if the champ keeps fighting three times a year or more, it may be even worse.

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Suspensions! Rousey, Weidman Face Lengthy Layoffs

Now that the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared, it's time to find out who's worse for the wear following the carnage at UFC 175 this past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Great Expectations: What We Learned From UFC 175

UFC 175: “Weidman vs. Machida” took place this past weekend (Sat., July 5, 2014) from Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, and it’s safe to say we learned a lot about the champions who headlined the card. Check it out below.

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UFC 175 wrap: Rousey thrills, Weidman perseveres

Let's wrap up all the action from UFC 175 this past weekend.

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UFC 175 Results: What's Next For Chris Weidman?

After defeating Lyoto Machida at UFC 175 last Sat. night (July 5, 2014) in an epic war in Las Vegas, Nevada, things aren't going to get any easier for the UFC middleweight champion. We try to assess his next move below, with a number of middleweights itching for their respective title shots.

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Dana Exonerates Rogan For Rousey Ambush

That guy in the truck, however...

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They Said What?! UFC 175 'Championship' Edition

It's time to round up all the remarkable and offbeat quotes from the competitors of UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida," which took place last Sat. night (July 5, 2014) at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Find out what a number of fighters had to say ahead of their fights, below.

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Dana Reacts To Weidman Win: 'He's The Real Deal'

And touches on a few other key items from the "Weidman vs. Machida" event, including the health of Stefan Struve, the dominance of Ronda Rousey, and more!

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UFC 175 Payouts: Meet The New Richie Rich

UFC 175 is in the books and payouts and salaries are in the checkbooks. Here's a complete list of last Saturday night's (July 5, 2014) earnings for all the fighters competing at the "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) event in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Replay! Doane Downs Brimage In Curtain Jerker

It's the fight nobody's talking about from UFC 175, but that's what happens when you share a pay-per-view (PPV) event with Chris Weidman, Lyoto Machida, and Ronda Rousey (and a broken toe). Nevertheless, Russell Doane did what he had to do against Marcus Brimage last Sat. night (July 5, 2014) by capturing a split decision win to open the "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) broadcast from inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. See how the Hawaiian claimed victory in the video above and for more results and highlights from UFC 175 click here.

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Next Matches To Make For UFC 175 Main Card Winners

What could be next for Chris Weidman, Ronda Rousey, Uriah Hall and Russell Doane after their impressive main card victories last night (Sat., July 5, 2014) at UFC 175: “Weidman vs. Machida,” which took place in Las Vegas, Nevada? We try to match up the winners accordingly, below.

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Breakdown! Faber Teaches 'Bruce Leeroy' A Lesson

After his second failed title bid against Renan Barao at UFC 169 back in February, Urijah Faber requested a fight with up-and-coming prospect Alex Caceres in the headlining preliminary card bout at last night's (July 5, 2014) UFC 175 event from Las Vegas, Nevada. "The California Kid" got back on track with a decisive stoppage win. Find out how in our fight breakdown below!

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Struve update: He 'collapsed' but is doing okay

All the best to him either way.

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UFC 175 Results: Soooo ... About Last Night

Looking back at the good, the bad, and the ugly from UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida."

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Toe Jam! Watch Hall Win With Paralyzed Piggy

Former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) guy Uriah Hall displayed a tremendous amount of heart -- and an unbelievable threshold for pain -- during last night's (July 5, 2014) unanimous decision win over Thiago Santos on the UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) card. "Prime Time" broke his toe in the first frame (see the gruesome pic here) but kept on trucking, earning the judges' nod and high praise from UFC President Dana White. Where does he go from here? Home from the hospital! For more UFC 175 results and fallout check out our "Weidman vs. Machida" story stream right here.

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Breakdown! Rousey Dominates Dazed Davis

Peerless UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey continues to evolve as a fighter, evident by her impressive first round victory over Alexis Davis in the UFC 175 co-main event last night (July 5, 2014) from Las Vegas. Read our breakdown of Rousey's latest finish win below!

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Video: Watch White's UFC 175 Post-Presser Scrum!

UFC President Dana White was once again on hand late last night (Sat., July 5, 2014) to tie a ribbon around UFC 175, which took place at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. White made himself available to review "Weidman vs. Machida" with mixed martial arts (MMA) media members, discuss several other hot topics (like this one) and much, much more. Watch the full video replay above and see for yourself. Enjoy! Be sure to also check out our complete UFC 175 story stream, including results, highlight videos, and much more right here.

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Weidman vs. Belfort next? Dana White wants it

It could be ... but maybe not.

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Breakdown! Weidman Wins War Against Machida

Even after he finished Anderson Silva in consecutive fights, there were questions about Chris Weidman's middleweight title reign. The undefeated champion put an end to those doubts with an impressive win over Lyoto Machida at last night's (July 5, 2014) UFC 175 pay-per-view (PPV) event from Las Vegas. Find out how in our main event breakdown below!

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UFC 175 Recap: Biggest Winners, Losers From Vegas

MMAmania.com runs down the list of "Who's Hot" and "Who's Not" from UFC 175 last night (Sat., July 5, 2014), nominating the biggest winners and losers from the "Weidman vs. Machida" event that aired on pay-per-view (PPV), FOX Sports 1 and "Fight Pass" from Las Vegas, Nevada. Check it out below.

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Rewind! Watch UFC 175 Presser Full Video Replay

With UFC 175 coming to a close late last night (Sat., July 5, 2014), featuring Chris Weidman's five-round unanimous decision win over Lyoto Machida to close the promotion's annual Independence Day pay-per-view (PPV) event -- UFC President Dana White gathered the cast and crew of "Weidman vs. Machida" inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, to break down all the mixed martial arts (MMA) action. Check it out in the video player above and for full UFC 175 results and play-by-play click here.

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Breakdown! Hall Breaks Toe, Beats Santos

With critics abound following his lackluster post-TUF run, Uriah Hall needed a win over Thiago Santos at last night's (July 5, 2014) UFC 175 event from Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite breaking his toe early on, Hall overcame to continue building a win streak. Read our review of his inspiring victory below!

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Weidman vs. Machida: Take a look at all the stats

Check out the numbers on the big fight.

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UFC 175 bonuses go to ...

Mo money, mo problems.

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HIGHLIGHTS! Watch Weidman outgun Machida here

In case you missed what could ultimately be the "Fight of the Year" in 2014.

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Pic: Ronda Rousey's Hand Requires Several Stitches After UFC 175

Alexis Davis's face hit Ronda Rousey's right fist so many times that it split open her knuckle, requiring several stitches to close the gash. Davis only needed 16 seconds (full recap here) to do the damage before Rousey jumped off and the referee became her grappling dummy. The damage will unequivocally rule her out of any fight anytime soon, like the awful idea to have her headline UFC 176 in three weeks. Easy come, easy go. Photo via @MikeDyce.

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LIVE! Watch UFC 175 Post-Fight Presser Here

With UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" coming to a close late last night (Sat., July 5, 2014) -- and the Middleweight title fight between division champion Chris Weidman against Lyoto Machida closing the promotion's annual Independence Day pay-per-view (PPV) event -- check out the LIVE post-fight press conference video stream below from Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring company president Dana White and all the other important mixed martial arts (MMA) players.

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Weidman vs. Machida live blog, Round 5

Weidman tried to shoot in for a takedown early but Machida threw a leg kick. The challenger took control of the center of the cage as the champion was backed up and looking for an opening.

Weidman fired off with a right but Machida answered with a big left counter in response. The American failed on a takedown and Lyoto made him pay with punches on the way back up.

A hard right hand from the champ looked to stun "The Dragon". He continued throwing and landing shots, stealing back the momentum Machida nabbed in the fourth.

Instead of backing down, Machida came in and threw caution to the wind. He ate a hard elbow for his troubles, one that wobbled him and had him bleeding even worse. He didn't care. He was in the pocket for more.

Weidman stepped out and somehow mustered the energy to complete a takedown with under two minutes left in the round.

Weidman took Machida's back and flattened him out with 50 seconds remaining. Lyoto got out and managed to stand up with 30 seconds remaining.

That's all that was left for him to land that hail mary.

So he came in blasting with shots and shots and shots and shots but Weidman absorbed them all to get to the horn.

Wow.

CHRIS WEIDMAN DEFEATS LYOTO MACHIDA VIA UNANIMOUS DECISION

For more on "Weidman vs. Machida" click here, and for complete UFC 175 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Weidman vs. Machida live blog, Round 4

Neither fighter looked particularly tired to start the fourth. Machida fired off kicks to the body but Weidman was the Terminator in his pursuit of controlling the pace of the action, not to mention the positioning. He was making sure it always looked as though Lyoto was bailing out while he was coming in.

Even when "The Dragon" was connecting, and he was early on here.

Weidman dipped low for a takedown but the Brazilian expertly avoided it. Back standing, he landed a hard left hook. Weidman stayed steady in the pocket but another left hand had him backing up for the first time in the fight.

A flurry had the champion against the fence. Machida went back to the body with kicks. He pushed Weidman against the fence and continued firing away with a varied offense. His volume was fairly low, however, and the champ appeared to recover as time wore on.

A lame takedown attempt on the challenger was stifled.

Signs of fatigue were glowing bright. Weidman shot in but Machida stuffed it again. He rushed Weidman unexpectedly and landed a huge left hand that stunned the champ at the buzzer.

Here we go for the fifth and final round.

For more on "Weidman vs. Machida" click here, and for complete UFC 175 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Weidman vs. Machida live blog, Round 3

Weidman shot in for a takedown much earlier in this round, though Machida easily shrugged it off. He fired off with a high kick that was blocked. Lyoto sprawled to avoid another takedown attempt, this one lame.

He couldn't avoid the third.

The boo birds quickly started chirping thanks to a lack of action on the mat. Weidman attempted to take Machida's back but the Brazilian used an arm to get free. They reset standing and the champion started throwing combinations.

A big right hand landed and "The Dragon" was suddenly bloody.

Another big right hand came. A left hand was right behind it.

Machida went to the body with a knee but only when Weidman was diving in for a takedown that he completed. Machida managed to get up but only long enough for Weidman to take him down again.

Lyoto's blood staining the mat.

When he got back up, his face was crimson. The champion was asserting his dominance.

On to the fourth.

For more on "Weidman vs. Machida" click here, and for complete UFC 175 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Will Ronda Rousey Headline UFC 176?

If you don't ask, you never know, right?

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Weidman vs. Machida live blog, Round 2

It was slow rolling to start the second. Machida threw a front kick that missed before circling around again. Weidman pushed forward like his corner told him to because, well, they wont' score it for the Brazilian if he's moving away and avoiding offense.

So that's what the champion did, even doing some chasing so he could control the center of the cage. He landed with a hard right but Machida answered with a hard kick to the body.

"The Dragon" tried a leaping right hand but missed. Weidman came back with a jumping front kick that also missed. Still, he was firmly established in the middle of the cage, firing off jabs, always coming forward.

With one minute left in the round, Weidman shot in and earned a takedown. This brought on another "U-S-A" chant. Weidman answered that with ground 'n' pound before Machida stood up to end the round.

The champion taking control.

For more on "Weidman vs. Machida" click here, and for complete UFC 175 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Weidman vs. Machida live blog, Round 1

A "U-S-A" chant broke out before they could even get underway.

When they did, Weidman opened with kicks, one low, one high, then one low again. Then he was pushing with kicks and it seemed clear he wanted to gauge the distance and keep Machida at bay.

About one minute in, a chant for Machida broke out, so never let it be said an American crowd isn't fickle.

Like he always seems to be, "The Dragon" was patient, hanging back and avoiding any of the champion's offense. When he finally engaged, it was a kick to the body that Weidman used to attempt a takedown.

One he couldn't complete.

Countering striking followed. Weidman pressured while Machida circled away. He countered a low kick with a hard straight left hand. He was getting the timing down and sneaking in with shots but missing on his counters.

The first round came to a close with both guys looking for an opening but failing to find one.

It's close.

For more on "Weidman vs. Machida" click here, and for complete UFC 175 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Rousey Win Paints Grim Picture For Zingano

Because "Alpha" is fighting more than just a dominant champion, after an extended break for her injury and family tragedy.

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Pic: Uriah Hall's Broken Toe At UFC 175 Is DISGUSTING

That just ain't right. Uriah Hall broke his toe kicking Thiago Santos tonight (July 5, 2014) at UFC 175. The ringside physician checked him between rounds one and two and he could be heard telling Hall that he could see the bone sticking out. Nonetheless, he was allowed to continue ... AND WIN A DECISION. He's got nine more, after all. For complete UFC 175 results click here. Photo via @MMANewsdotcom.

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Doane defeats Brimage by split decision

Those leg kicks were nasty, though.

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UFC 175 'Prelims' Recap: Cali Kid Shines Brightest

Complete UFC 175 recap of tonight’s (Sat., July 5, 2014) Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida-led under card “Prelims” mixed martial arts (MMA) action that featured six bouts across three weight classes, airing live on FOX Sports 1 and online via "Fight Pass." Who won? Who lost? Who got KTFO and submitted? Get complete UFC 175 “Prelims” results recap below.

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Watch Hour-Long Dana White QnA Video From Fan Expo

UFC President Dana White made himself available for a full hour earlier this afternoon, answering a ton of questions from fans in attendance at the Fan Expo at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hear what White had to say about the fighting futures of Georges St-Pierre, Nick Diaz and, of course, Gina Carano, as well as slog though the litany of requests to do dumb things. All that and much, much more.

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