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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will crown a new light heavyweight No. 1 contender TONIGHT (Sat., Jan. 24, 2015) with the 205-pound "Rumble" pitting Alexander Gustafsson against Anthony Johnson in the UFC on FOX 14 main event from inside Tele2 Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. Get complete, official "Gustafsson vs. Johnson"-led event results, live updates, and real-time coverage right here, starting at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday!

One punch.

That's all it takes from Anthony Johnson to end a fight and in this case, spoil a potential rematch between Alexander Gustafsson and Jon Jones, who battled to the scorecards in late 2013 in what is widely considered the greatest light heavyweight title fight of all time.

On the plus side, "Bones" would then be forced to "Rumble" with the comeback kid, and who doesn't love a fresh face in the title scene?

Elsewhere on the UFC on FOX 14 main card, Dan Henderson will try to prove he's not washed up by turning away fellow ex-Strikeforce champ Gegard Mousasi, while Ryan Bader and Phil Davis try to keep their 205-pound showdown from becoming WrestleMania.

All that, and so much more. will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC on FOX 14 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass "Prelims" matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. ET, and then the remaining preliminary card balance on FOX Sports 1 at 5 p.m. ET before the FOX main card start time at 8 p.m. ET.

Many of our readers check-in before, during and after the televised action to share their thoughts on all the exciting action. Therefore, feel free to leave a comment (or 14) before you split and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show -- it always turns out to be a great discussion.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps and post-fight analysis after "Gustafsson vs. Johnson."

Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC on FOX 14 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)

Braiterman here, all afternoon/evening long.


Anthony Johnson def. Alexander Gustafsson -- TKO (punches) 2:15 Round 1
Dan Henderson vs. Gegard Mousasi -- TKO (punches) 1:10 Round 1
Ryan Bader def. Phil Davis -- Split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)
Sam Sicilia def. Akira Corassani -- KO (punch)
Albert Tumenov def. Nico Musoke -- Unanimous decision (29-28 x3) 3:26 Round 1
Kenny Robertson def. Sultan Aliev -- KO (punches) 2:42 Round 1
Makwan Amirkhani def. Andy Ogle -- TKO (flying knee and punches) 0:08 Round 1
Nikita Krylov def. Stanislav Nedkov -- Submission (guillotine) 1:24 Round 1
Mairbek Taisumov def. Anthony Christodoulou -- KO (punches) 0:38 Round 2
Mirsad Bektic def. Paul Redmond -- Unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 30-25)
Viktor Pesta def. Konstantin Erokhin -- Unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)
Neil Seery def. Chris Beal -- Unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)


205 lbs.: Alexander Gustafsson vs. Anthony Johnson

Round 1: Gus in black, Rumble in grey and Marc Goddard is (as the last fight demonstrated) the important third man in the cage. They touch gloves and Gus starts it off with a leg kick. Gus with a jab and Johnson hits a nice leg kick. Alex hits a nice right hand. Gus circling to Johnson's left. Ugh, Rumble just got poked in the eye. Has anyone gotten poked more than Anthony? They restart and Gus got a kick caught and he got floored with a right. Rumble is chasing him now and trying to end it. Big right. Gus gets in a left, but Johnson is still going after a hurt Gustafsson... head kick. There's a nice right and Gus stumbles to the ground. Anthony is on top of the turtled up Gustafsson, he's winging big rights over and over. There's a hook, a hammerfist, uppercuts that go under the armpit. Goddard is giving Gus time and verbal warnings, but Rumble is not letting up on the beating. There's two huge uppercuts that have Gus's head flailing and that's all she wrote.

Final result: Anthony Johnson defeats Alexander Gustafsson via technical knockout (punches) at 2:15 of Round 1


185 lbs.: Dan Henderson vs. Gegard Mousasi

Round 1: Mousasi in grey, Hendo in the USA RED WHITE AND BLUE Y'ALL! The co-main gets Leon Roberts. Moose with a nice leg kick to open. Hendo with one as well. They both jab. Gegard with a right and evades the haymaker. Holy smokes, Hendo got hit with a glancing right hand punch and stumbled back, Mousasi with a follow-up left that stuns Henderson again and Roberts stops it. Man, that was a lot worse stoppage than anything that happened in the Ogle fight.

Final result: Gegard Mousasi defeats Dan Henderson by technical knockout (punches) 1:10 of Round 1


205 lbs.: Phil Davis vs. Ryan Bader

Round 1: Davis in pink, Bader in grey. Bader coming forward, clips Davis well. Davis tries a takedown, but it's stuffed. Davis with a right hand. Bader with a body kick, but Davis was moving away, so it didn't land. They're throwing single shots at the moment. Not much happening. Very slow pot-shotting round so far. Body kick doesn't land clean for Davis. Right from Bader is partially blocked.

10-10 round

Round 2: Again, a slow round to start. Davis with a big takedown attempt, but Bader bricks it and they're clinching. Davis gets in a nice elbow on the separation. Big head kick that Bader ignores. Ryan charges forward and gets in two straight punches. Davis tries to counter a leg kick with a takedown, but again gets nowhere. Davis with a couple knees. Bader with a single now. Davis gets off it and he's back to trying for the takedown. Bader tries a judo toss, but that fails and Davis is on top. Bader stands and is into a single. Davis gets out of it and they're back to clinching. Knees from Davis. They clinch to end the round.

10-9 Davis

Round 3: Teep from Davis. Bader tries a liver kick which gets blocked. Bader not throwing much at all 90 seconds into it. Overhand from Davis. There's a nice right, but Bader ends the takedown attempt in a hurry. Front headlock from Bader. Davis gets barely touched with a left. Bader stops another takedown attempt and Davis' eye is a bit swollen. Bader misses an uppercut. Jab from Bader. Davis gets a right in. The pace has slowed down drastically. There's a nice right from Mr. Wonderful with about 75 seconds left. A pair of good kicks from Davis as well. Bader head hunting, but trying for the perfect punch and not getting it. Bader counters a takedown attempt with one of his own that lands. Davis stands and gets suplexed right back down. Davis rolls and Bader grabs onto a kimura attempt as the bell rings.

10-9 Davis

Final result: Ryan Bader defeats Phil Davis via split decision (29-28 x2, 28-29)


145 lbs.: Akira Corassani vs. Sam Sicilia

Round 1: Sam in white, Akira in black. Akira moving back and forth quite a bit, but not throwing (or landing) much. Sam just misses on a body kick. Akira slings wild and just clips Sicilia. They clinch and break after some struggle. Leg kick from Akira. Sam punching his way forward into the clinch and they back to the metal. Another break after some back and forth. Akira whiffs on a wheel kick. They both hit air on some heavy punches. Left from Sam, but Akira was moving out in that direction, so the power on the punch wasn't much. Weighted lefts from both men. ENORMOUS RIGHT HAND AND AKIRA JUST GOT STRAIGHT HOT SAUCED!

Final result: Sam Sicilia defeats Akira Corassani via knockout (punch)3:26 of Round 1


170 lbs.: Nico Musoke vs. Albert Tumenov

Round 1: Musoke in black, Tumenov in red. Nico starts with a left body kick that Tumenov can't catch. Another one. Tumenov does catch the next kick, and lands a left hand as Musoke regains his balance. They both land inside leg kicks at the same time. Nice kick from Nico to the spleen side of Tumenov. Liver kick this time. Tumenov eats another body kick but counters with a flurry that gets Musoke's attention. Solid left from Tumenov. Two nice rights from Nico both on the chin. There's a left, too. Musoke catches a kick and punches Al in the jaw.

10-9 Musoke

Round 2: Tumenov comes out firing with a combo, including a nice kick to the ribs of Musoke. Tumenov catches a kick and fires off a headkick in retaliation. Another catch, and another punch. Tumenov's getting hurt, as you can see by the redness on his torso, but he's toughing through it. Tumenov evades a 1-2. They trade rights. Solid right hook from Tumenov. Nice jab from Nico. Tumenov throwing a lot more than Nico here. Neither man is landing completely clean. Two jabs from Tumenov. Takedown attempt from a now-bloodied Musoke, but Albert stifles it.

10-9 Tumenov

Round 3: Punch into a takedown attempt from Nico, but Tumenov again disables the single-leg. Nico tries again, and again, he can't land it. Tumenov stumbles a bit on an ankle pick, but stays upright. Four-piece combo from Musoke but Tumenov knocks the mouthpiece out of Nico. Nico tries for a takedown and is yet again, unable to complete it. They break and the ref pauses it to get the mouthpiece back in. Takedown attempt again, and again, can't do it. Nico's gumshield again falls to the ground. Musoke gets a nice leg kick in. Left from Al. Both men hit jabs. Left from Tumenov and two rights from Nico. Another failed takedown attempt. Al catches a liver kick and punches Nico in the grill. Huge double from Tumenov gets Musoke down, but Nico gets right back up.

10-9 Tumenov

Final result: Albert Tumenov defeats Nico Musoke via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)


170 lbs.: Kenny Robertson vs. Sultan Aliev

Round 1: Robertson in red, Aliev in blue. Robertson flurries into a clinch and a takedown. Aliev gets up to his feet quickly and staves off the next takedown attempt. Aliev with an overhand into the clinch. Low kick from Robertson lands square. Sultan with a left. BAAAAAAAAANG! Aliev tried a spinning back kick, and Robertson dynamited him with a huge left hook that sent Aliev down. Robertson followed up with a huge right as Aliev struggled to rise and that was all she wrote.

Final result: Kenny Robertson def. Sultan Aliev via knockout (punches) 2:42 of Round 1


145 lbs.: Makwan Amirkhani vs. Andy Ogle

Round 1: Amir in black, Ogle in red. Our ref is Sataki. Amir comes firing out with a huge flying knee that crumples Ogle, blasts him down to the ground and fires a few shots as Sataki comes in to stop it near immediately. Might've been an early stoppage, but here we have it.

Final result: Makwan Amirkhani defeats Andy Ogle via technical knockout (flying knee and punches) 0:08 of Round 1


205 lbs.: Nikita Krylov vs. Stanislav Nedkov

Round 1: Nedkov is in black and gets a fist bump from Buffer during the introductions. Krylov is not quite as cool, so he doesn't. He's wearing orange, however. Marc Goddard the ref. Nedkov gets in a big right overhand early. Uppercut from Krylov and that buckles Nedkov as he rushes in. Another punch and Nedkov goes down. Krylov is threatening an anaconda as Nedkov tries hard for the takedown. Nedkov manages to get out of it and pushes forward for that takedown. Krylov searches for the guillotine, turns Nedkov around, arches up with the hips and gets the tap early in the first!

Final result: Nikita Krylov defeats Stanislav Nedkov via submission (guillotine) 1:24 of Round 1


155 lbs.: Mairbek Taisumov vs. Anthony Christodoulou

Round 1: This bout, which is clearly an attempt by Joe Silva to give all of us arthritis with these names, shall merely be known as "Bek" and "Tony". Leon Roberts is the ref, Tony in the white, Bek in dark blue. Huge low kick from Bek knocks Tony off his feet. He merely stands over him and then lets him up. Bek with another leg kick and a pair of big punches. Massive leg kick and a spinning back kick from Bek. Slapping liver kick. Left hook. Front kick. Takedown. He lets him back up again and gets in a nice right. Leg kick. High kick. Spinning back kick. It's like he's running through the playbook here, tossing out whatever he feels like. Big left hook.Tony finally gets in an outside leg kick off a flurry. They stand and trade, with both men getting in a few. Sweet 1-2 from Bek. The third spinning back kick to the body lands. Another takedown. Tony threatens a leg lock and Bek just decides to not bother with the ground.

10-8 Taisumov

Round 2: Wow. Slow feeling out process for a moment, but Tony tried for a takedown that Bek moved his leg out away from. He moved forward with some punches and just BLASTED the Greek into sleepytime with a pair of lefts and rights. Toodles to Tony.

Final result: Mairbek Taisumov defeats Anthony Christodoulou via knockout (punches) 0:38 of Round 2


145 lbs.: Mirsad Bektic vs. Paul Redmond

Round 1: Bektic in black, Redmond in blue, Neil Hall the third man in the cage. Redmond with a right punch to the body to start it off. Redmond clinches, but Bektic is the one who gets underneath and gets the takedown. Full guard and Redmond is trying to stay busy from the bottom. Bektic with a couple of lefts. Redmond appears to have been busted open. He stands, but Bektic quicksand's him right back down. Lotta lefts are landing from Mirsad. Redmond stands, Bektic takes him down. Huge right hand. Bektic attempting to pass to his right, but Redmond is working hard to prevent it and regains full. Bektic keeping up the occasional GNP. Redmond shrimps out to try and stand. His butt is on the ground, with his back against the cage. He's bleeding fairly profusely - I'd give it a solid 0.7 on the Muta scale.

10-9 Bektic

Round 2: Redmond is coming in, knowing he has ground to make up. Bektic gets in a nice hook. Redmond tries for a takedown, but Bektic gets double underhooks and prevents it. Redmond with a hip toss attempt, but Bektic whizzers out of it and ends up on top after a scramble. Half guard. Elbows and punches and Redmond is back to leaking. Side control with three minutes left. Short elbows from Bektic as he's working on the cut. Redmond flips back off the cage, but Bektic is all over him like stink on feces. And down goes Redmond again. He pins the right arm of Redmond and blasts away before Paul can reclaim his limb and protect himself. The ref would like some action, and Bektic obliges with some lefts. He regains quarter guard. Bektic threatens a kimura and uses it to pass to mount. That was pretty slick. Redmond trying to hang on desperately as he's getting blasted. He rolls and gives up his back, and that's how the round ends.

10-8 Bektic

Round 3: Bektic with a big right hand to start the round, directly into a clinch and Bektic is on top in full guard. Bektic passes, but Redmond reclaims. The ref wants some action, and Bektic attempts to pass to mount, but Redmond is pretty good at the retention aspect. Slow pace here. Redmond with an elbow from the bottom, sparse lefts and rights from the ATT prospect, Bektic. Redmond attempts to get up and Bektic uses that opportunity to get to side control. Bektic pushes him away from the fence and continues to work.

10-9 Bektic

Final result: Mirsad Bektic defeats Paul Redmond via unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 30-25)


265 lbs.: Konstantin Erokhin vs. Viktor Pesta

Round 1: Erokhin in red & white, Pesta in blue, Bobby Rehman the ref. Forgive me if Viktor occasionally gets referred to as "pasta", I skipped breakfast. Erokhin looking to counter and swing HEAVY early. Reminds me of Shane Carwin. He lands a big left. That makes Pesta get on his bike. Another. Nice knee from Erokhin. The stocky Russian gets in a right to the body, but gets knocked off-balance by a leg kick. Pesta looking for a takedown, but Konstantin fighting it off with a combination of a guillotine and lowering his stance. Pesta keeps after it and eventually gets the takedown into side control. Erokhin holding onto that headlock, which might be a problem if Pesta knows the Von Flue choke, but it might also be the positioning against the cage that's protecting Erokhin. Pesta on top, not doing a whole lot, but he's grinding down. Erokhin struggling to get up and does, but Pesta takes him down again. Pesta in half and better position to land some punches away from the cage.

10-9 Erokhin

Round 2: Both men land rights as they feel each other out to open the round. Pesta tries for a takedown and is pushing across the entire cage. Erokhin defends and backs away, but not before eating a knee to the face. Pesta feints, then drops down for a takedown. It takes a good ten seconds of struggling, but Erokhin finally gets him onto the mat and into full guard. Sporadic GNP from Viktor here. Erokhin is doing next to nothing here on the ground, other than being a punching bag. Finally, Pesta goes to half, still getting in punches on an vaguely willing Erokhin.

10-9 Pesta

Round 3: Heavy leg kick from Erokhin. Pesta with a jab. Another heavy outside leg kick from Erokhin. Pesta with a single, gets Erokhin down to his knees. Pesta slowly working to the back of the kneeling Erokhin. Pesta is landing left hand after left hand. Brief RNC attempt, but Erokhin breaks the hands and stands up. Pesta still all over him like a wet blanket and drags him down by the neck. Side control. Erokhin trying to kick off the cage, but Pesta stays on top. Pesta gets a crucifix briefly and gets some blows in. Erokhin escapes, but is still in side control.

10-9 Pesta

Final result: Viktor Pesta defeats Konstantin Erokhin via unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)


125 lbs.: Chris Beal vs. Neil Seery

Round 1: Beal is the black man in green shorts, Seery is the white guy in blue shorts, Kevin Sataki is the ref of unknown ethnic origins. Solid leg kick from the southpaw Seery. Beal gets into a jab. Seery briefly switches stances, but goes back. Nice right hand from Seery. Beal with a low blow that gets a few seconds pause. Beal with an uppercut. Solid takedown into full guard for Chris. Seery trying to get back up and punching from the bottom. Seery is up, but eats some punches for his troubles. Two minutes to go and Seery whiffs on a big overhand right. Thudding leg kick from Beal. Another, and Seery counters with the overhand. Seery's landed a couple rights now. Bealy trading back. Kicks from both men.

10-9 Beal in a very close round.

Round 2: My router hiccuped for a minute and I return just in time to see Seery kick Beal directly in the twig and berries. That was only 50 seconds of missed action. Seery with an outside leg kick. Beal looking for a takedown and Seery jumps for a guillotine. Seery nearly close to finishing this. They crash to the ground and Beal manages to squirm his head out. Full guard and Seery is elbowing Beal. Now Seery is going for a kimura but Beal muscles out of it. Seery being very busy from guard with elbows. Seery eats a nice elbow of his own but attempts to scrambles up. Beal jumps on the back and tries for the RNC. Seery turns into the choke and gives up position. Beal with some GNP but Seery stands up. They clinch and Seery tries for a lateral drop, but fails. Beal on top in half guard. GNP before Neil reverses Beal. Beal hits a switch and is back on top. Arm triangle attempt from bottom from Seery. Elbow from Beal.

10-9 Beal in another razor close round.

Round 3: Beal looks like he's starting to slow and Rogan picks up on it. Seery with a takedown. Chris gets up almost immediately, but is hit with 3 or 4 punches as he's standing. Beal is slower and winging more punches. They're trading and Seery is landing a lot more than he was earlier. Nice right hand from the Irishman. They're standing and wanging! Lots of punches from both men. Beal is a bit wobbly, but hits a big right. Seery eats a left but hits a solid right that stumbles Beal. Seery with a blast double that Beal stands up from immediately without trouble. They're clinching and Beal hits a nice single. Seery ends the round elbowing from the bottom while Beal is punching from the top.

10-9 Seery

Final result: Neil Seery defeats Chris Beal via unanimous decision (30-27 x2, 29-28)


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