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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the hurt business this Saturday night (Nov. 19, 2016) for UFC Fight Night 100: "Bader vs. Nogueira 2," which takes place inside Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, live on FOX Sports 1.

The promotion's latest mixed martial arts (MMA) card will feature a light heavyweight showdown pitting top 205-pound contender Ryan Bader against well-traveled veteran Antonio Rogerio Nogueira. Elsewhere on the card, Thomas Almeida and Albert Morales hook 'em up for a spot in the 135-pound title chase. will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 100 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass "Prelims" matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. ET, and then the remaining undercard balance on FOX Sports 1 at 7 p.m. ET, before the main card start time at 9 p.m. ET, also on FOX Sports 1.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps, and post-fight analysis following "Bader vs. Nogueira 2."

Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC Fight Night 100 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)


Ryan Bader vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira — Bader def. Nogueira by TKO (punches) at 3:51 of Round Three
Thomas Almeida vs. Albert Morales — Almeida def. Morales by TKO (punches) at 1:37 of Round Two
Claudia Gadelha vs. Cortney Casey — Gadelha def. Casey by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Krzysztof Jotko vs. Thales Leites — Jotko def. Leites by unanimous decision (29-27, 30-27 x2)
Warlley Alves vs. Kamaru Usman — Usman def. Alves by unanimous decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-28)
Sergio Moraes vs. Zak Ottow — Moraes def. Ottow by split decision (28-29, 30-27 x2)
Cezar Ferreira vs. Jack Hermansson — Ferreira def. Hermansson by submission (arm-triangle choke) at 2:11 of Round Two
Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima -- Antigulov def. Rogerio de Lima by submission (guillotine choke) at 1:07 of Round One
Johnny Eduardo vs. Manny Gamburyan — Eduardo def. Gamburyan by TKO (punches) at 0:46 of Round Two
Christian Colombo vs. Luis Henrique — Henrique def. Colombo by submission (guillotine choke) at 2:12 of Round Three
Pedro Munhoz vs. Justin Scoggins — Munhoz def. Scoggins by submission (guillotine choke) at 1:55 of Round Two
Francimar Barroso vs. Darren Stewart — Stewart def. Barroso by TKO (punches) at 1:34 of Round One


205 lbs.: Ryan Bader vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira

Round 1: Bader orthodox, Nogueira southpaw. Bader moving and kicking in the early going. Lead right from Bader. Nog falls just short with a counter, lands the next one he throws. One minute in. Bader looks significantly faster than Nog in there. Nogueira clips him with a left behind the ear, but gets taken down near the fence. Short left hands by “Darth.” Two minutes in. Nogueira trying to get to his knees, Bader doing a good job of staying heavy. Right hands by Bader, two minutes to go.

These are solid punches. Nogueira apparently looking for deep half guard but getting bashed in the process. Elbow, hammerfists from Bader. These do not look pleasant. One minute to go. Bader maintaining side control, goes back into half guard. 10-9 Bader.

Round 2: Bader lands an overhand, eats a right in return. Good takedown from Bader and Nogueira scrambles back to his feet. Bader takes him down again despite a blatant fence grab. Nogueira up again, down again. Half guard for Bader. One minute in. Short punches landing for him. Two minutes in. Bader passes to mount against the fence, Nog regains half guard. Bader trying to isolate an arm, Nogueira uses that to get to his knees. Bader locks up a no-hook rear-naked choke, nothing there but he stays on top. Two minutes to go.

Bader’s just overpowering him and making it look easy. Bader pins Nogueira’s left arm behind his back, loses it. One minute to go. More punches and hammerfists from Bader. He didn’t land any monster shots, but it was one-sided enough for a 10-8 Bader. Nogueira had zero offense.

Round 3: Bader fires a head kick, lands a long left hand. Body kick lands. Bader completes a single-leg into side control. One minute in. Back to half guard. Some steady ground-and-pound from the American. Two minutes in. Nogueira not taking as much damage this round, but not really doing anything to improve position, either. Two minutes to go.

Bader still working. Now he postures up and starts landing for real. Nogueira covers up and swats back a bit, but he’s too tired and has taken too much damage. Bader gets the TKO stoppage.

Final result: Bader def. Nogueira by TKO (punches)

135 lbs.: Thomas Almeida vs. Albert Morales

Round 1: Tentative start. Counter right lands for Almeida off a low kick. Quick exchange, one minute in. Sharp low kick by the Brazilian. He tries a flying switch kick, no dice and eats a counter right soon after. Two minutes in. More solid counters by Morales; Almeida’s reaching in with lead right hands. Morales blitzing with wild flurries. Almeida to the body. Nice exchange. Two minutes to go.

Overhand right clips the top of Morales’ head. Almeida starting to advance, eats a left hook. Good right hand from Almeida and he opens up. Nasty combinations and Morales tries a desperate shot. Morales stops a switch, takes the back, and looks for a standing rear-naked choke. One minute to go. Almeida slips free and lands a big uppercut, only to get thumped with a right hand. another right for Almeida before the bell. 10-9 Almeida.

Round 2: Almeida lands a low kick. Both jab. Spinning back kick falls short. One minute in. 2-3 lands for the Brazilian, then another left hook hurts Morales. A right hand around the guard has him reeling and Almeida unloads, finally putting him away with a left hook to the body.

Final result: Almeida def. Morales by TKO (punches)

115 lbs.: Claudia Gadelha vs. Cortney Casey

Round 1: Tentative start to the fight. Right hand from Gadelha. Good flurry by Casey. One minute in. Nice exchange, both women land well. Casey wades into the clinch. Two minutes in. Gadelha reverses position and lands a hard hook on the break. She ducks a right hand and scores a takedown against the cage. Two minutes to go.

Gadelha on top in guard, not getting much done thanks to Casey’s defense. One minute to go. Gadelha briefly looks for a leg as Casey keeps her at bay. Casey stands, hits a throw, and Gadelha rolls through into top position. 10-9 Gadelha.

Round 2: Counter right from Gadelha as they trade. Casey clinches again, gets placed on the cage again. Gadelha exits with some solid shots. One minute in. Body kick from Casey after a tentative stretch. Same clinch sequence; Gadelha’s clinch positioning is much better. Casy looks for the plum, eats a left hook. 1-2 by the Brazilian. Gadelha hits a nice double-leg on the fence. Casey gets back to her feet. Two minutes to go.

Gadelha fights off a throw and puts Casey on the fence, landing an uppercut on the exit. Casey keeps clinching and getting pressed into the cage. Nice reactive takedown from Gadelha. One minute to go. She stays on top until the bell. 10-9 Gadelha.

Round 3: Counter 3-2 from Gadelha. Low kick connects. One minute in. Not much from Casey at the moment and Gadelha takes her down yet again. She stands and, for reasons unknown, kicks Casey in the face while she’s on her back. It looks like a glancing blow but Casey’s acting like she’s been shot. Replays seem to show she only grazed Casey’s head and they don’t take a point. They resume and come out swinging heat. Gadelha landing some heavy punches. Another takedown into half guard for the Brazilian. Casey controlling with a front headlock as Gadelha applies shoulder pressure. Two minutes to go.

Gadelha pops out and lets her up. Good exchanges. One minute to go. Nasty left hook from Gadelha as she enters the clinch and a nice outside trip. Full mount for the Brazilian. Casey regains half guard and manages to survive an arm-triangle until the bell. 10-9 Gadelha.

Final result: Gadelha def. Casey by unanimous decision

185 lbs.: Krzysztof Jotko vs. Thales Leites

Round 1: Jotko tries some early kicks, both front and roundhouse. Leities fakes a shot, eats a sweeping right, and enters the clinch. One minute in. Leites switches to a single-leg, can’t get it and Jotko reverses. Solid shots inside as they separate. Good flurry by the Brazilian. Leites times a level change off a Jotko knee and takes him down into half guard. Jotko defending well, regains guard. Two minutes to go.

Jotko tries to kick and Leites regains half guard, hopping into mount and looking for an armbar as Jotko sweeps. Open guard for Leites, controlling Jotko’s posture. One minute to go. Half guard for Jotko. Leites trying to sweep. 10-9 Leites.

Round 2: Low kick from Jotko. Leites ducks a straight left and shoots. Jotko defends on the fence and separates. Jotko body kick caught, stumbles but doesn’t go down. Spinning back kick lands for him. One minute in. Leites ducks a head kick and shoots once again. Jotko slips out and lands a hard right hand on the way up, then uses a whizzer to counter a takedown and take top position. Half guard for Jotko. Two minutes in. Good ground-and-pound from the Pole. Two minutes to go.

The referee stands them up. Leites eats some solid punches and gets dumped to the mat; he seems to be running out of steam. More ground-and-pound from Jotko. One minute to go. He keeps slugging away until the bell. 10-9 Jotko.

Round 3: Right hook from Jotko. Leites really looks tired. Counter right from Leites, but Jotko blasts him with some heavy punches and shoots in. Leites looking for a guillotine, hits a nice trip. One minute in. Leites scrambles back to his feet, gets bonked and clinched once again. They separate. Leites steps into the clinch behind a right hand. He tries to muscle a takedown and Jotko again counters into top position. Half guard for Jotko. Leites tries to turn into Jotko and scramble up, but Jotko gets the crucifix. Two minutes to go.

Leites regains guard, trying to elevate but unable to budge Jotko. One minute to go. Closed guard now as Jotko continues to chip away. Nice punches. Jotko clubs away with right hands and stands over Leites to end the fight. 10-9 Jotko.

Final result: Jotko def. Leites by unanimous decision

170 lbs.: Warlley Alves vs. Kamaru Usman

Round 1: Both men jab early. Counter right from Alves. Low kick lands. One minute in. Alves connects with a straight right. Usman backs him to the fence with the jab, Alves forces his way out while eating right hands. Alves looking to counter. Two minutes in. Usman continues to pressure behind the jab. Alves just misses with a head kick. Clubbing right dings Usman. Two minutes to go.

Usman lands a low kick, eats a check hook. Usman jabs the body. Usman lands a left hook and Alves waves him on, landing a body kick. One minute to go. More jabs from Usman, who rushes after Alves and lands some hard punches. Great round. 10-9 Usman.

Round 2: Usman takes his first shot about fifteen seconds in. Alves briefly threatens a guillotine, drops it. Usman grinding on the fence, using foot stomps. One minute in. Alves threatens the headlock again and Usman separates. Usman tries to shoot again, flings haymakers as Alves tries knees. Two minutes in. Body kick by the Brazilian. Low kick by Usman. His jab has been working very well thus far. Combinations from Usman and an overhand right gets Alves’ attention. Two minutes to go.

1-2 from Usman, who seems to have taken control. 3-2 lands and Usman’s doing work on the fence. Foot stomps. One minute to go. They separate. Good body kick from Alves, met by a right jab. Good knee to the body. Usman talking trash as he advances. 10-9 Usman.

Round 3: Both men swing hard, solid counter from Alves. Usman backs him to the fence and lands well. One minute in. Body kick and some brutal right hands by Usman. Elbows as well and he slings Alves to the mat. Alves trying to stand with the fence and jumps for a desperate guillotine. Usman goes to his side and waits the choke out, then pounds the snot out of an exhausted Alves. Usman standing over him, dropping punches and elbows. Two minutes to go.

Crucifix for Usman and down come the elbows. Alves uses the cage to escape the crucifix, but Alves takes mount and looks for an arm-triangle. Usman adjusts his grap and continues to squeeze. Alves survives to the bell. 10-8 Usman.

Final result: Usman def. Alves by unanimous decision

170 lbs.: Sergio Moraes vs. Zak Ottow

Round 1: Ottow looking for counter rights early. Glancing left from Moraes, who’s denied on a level change. One minute in. Moraes gets in on a single-leg and scores a takedown into guard. Two minutes in. Moraes with some short punches. Two minutes to go.

Now Moraes passes to half guard after hauling him to the fence. One minute to go. Ottow nearly regains guard, does so after some shots from Moraes. 10-9 Moraes.

Round 2: Ottow steps in with punches. Moraes tries to go high. Hard overhand right by Moraes. One minute in. Check hook knocks Ottow back after a decent combo. Ottow firing the jab, switching stances and looks for a head kick. Two minutes in. Ottow lands a straight left, overhand right from Moraes glances off. Two minutes to go.

Ottow’s looking a little smoother this round but may not be doing enough. Moraes shoots, stuffed. Straight right, check hook both land for Moraes. One minute to go. Another combination lands. Left hook from Ottow. 10-9 Moraes in a close one.

Round 3: Punches early from both men. Low kick from Ottow. Overhand right rattles Ottow and he tries to shoot. Moraes easily shrugs it off and sets up in guard. Ottow manages to scramble up and separate. Check hook by Moraes. Two minutes in. Body kick by Ottow. Cracking left hook lands for the Brazilian. Another check hook. Right hook by Ottow may have hurt Moraes. Ottow tries to step in separates when clinched. Two minutes to go.

Check hook from Moraes and a straight right. Ottow 1-2, walks into a straight right and left hook. Moraes seems to be flagging but Ottow’s getting hits way too much. One minute to go. 3-2 from Moraes, flurry from Ottow. They brawl at the end, trading wild punches. 10-9 Moraes.

Final result: Moraes def. Ottow by split decision

185 lbs.: Cezar Ferreira vs. Jack Hermansson

Round 1: Hermansson already moving quite a bit, circling the hulking Brazilian. Ferreira falls short with a long straight, lands a counter off an oblique kick. One minute in. Ferreira firing the left hand regularly. Leg kick connects. Body kick lands clean. Two minutes in. Knee to the body. Hermansson briefly ties up on the fence. He fakes a takedown, blocks a head kick, eats a body kick. Two minutes to go.

Hook kick from “Mutante.” I’m not sure Hermansson has landed a punch yet. Low kick from Ferreira. One minute to go. Ferreira blocks a body kick and throws a flurry. Good straight left. Left hook by Hermansson. Right hook lands for Ferreira. 10-9 Ferreira.

Round 2: Ferreira lands a knee inside. Hermansson advancing some more. Ferreira lands a body kick. Ferreira hits a takedown into half guard. One minute in. Ferreira setting up an arm-triangle, hops over to side control. Hermansson’s forced to tap.

Final result: Ferreira def. Hermansson by submission (arm-triangle choke)

205 lbs.: Gadzhimurad Antigulov vs. Marcos Rogerio de Lima

Round 1: Antigulov walks into a counter, then hits a single-leg. Rogerio tries to scramble, lands a hard right hand and upkick from his back. Antigulov looks for a guillotine and gets swept. Undaunted, he regains guard and puts on the squeeze to earn the tap.

Final result: Antigulov def. Rogerio de Lima by submission (guillotine choke)

135 lbs.: Johnny Eduardo vs. Manny Gamburyan

Round 1: Eduardo dings Gamburyan with a counter right early on. Gamburyan on the advance, eats a low kick. Now he lands one of his own. One minute in. Another low kick from Eduardo. Hard right hand from Gamburyan and a second one rattles Eduardo. Eduardo lands a low kick, eats another right. Two minutes in. Gamburyan shoots, stuffed. Straight right from Eduardo. Low kick lands. Two minutes to go.

Another leg kick from Eduardo. Again, Gamburyan comes back with an overhand right. Left hook from The Anvil. Both whiff on right hands. Gamburyan shoots, stuffed but lands knees to the body. One minute to go. Eduardo separates after landing some knees to the thigh. Eduardo claims Gamburyan was grabbing his glove. 10-9 Eduardo.

Round 2: More low kicks from Eduardo, who easily stuffs a takedown. Gamburyan walks into a stiff jab and his legs go out from underneath him. Eduardo stands over him and drops vicious punches until the ref has seen enough.

Final result: Eduardo def. Gamburyan by TKO (punches)

265 lbs.: Christian Colombo vs. Luis Henrique

Round 1: Inside low kick from Henrique. Check hook from Colombo, two-piece from Henrique on his way into the clinch. One minute in. Right hands from the Brazilian. Colombo separates, but eats an uppercut and loud left hook on the break. Henrique lands an overhand right and wrangles Colombo to the mat. Half guard for Henrique on the fence. Two minutes to go.

Colombo regains guard, but Henrique continues to do damage. One minute to go. Hard elbows by the Brazilian. Colombo scrambles up, gets slammed back down in the center and grabs for a Kimura before the bell. 10-9 Henrique.

Round 2: Colombo steps forward, punches, and immediately gets taken back down. Henrique threatening an arm-triangle, gets stuck in half guard and abandons it. Colombo trying to stand. One minute in. The Dane makes it up, Henrique still attached. The ref ultimately separates them, two minutes in. Henrique scores another takedown into guard. Short ground-and-pound from the Brazilian. Two minutes to go.

Henrique continues to grind away and the ref pauses the fight to have the doctor look at the cut on Colombo. Bafflingly, he restarts them on the feet, but Henrique quickly rectifies that with another takedown. One minute to go. Henrique looks for mount, settles for side control. 10-9 Henrique.

Round 3: Henrique throws some heat, then scores another takedown. Back to the ground-and-pound for “KLB.” Colombo turns into him, but gives up his neck for a guillotine and Henrique obliges.

Final result: Henrique def. Colombo by submission (guillotine choke)

135 lbs.: Pedro Munhoz vs. Justin Scoggins

Round 1: Scoggins already sending out lead-leg kicks, switching stances. Low kicks from Munhoz, spinning back kick from Scoggins. Another hard leg kick from Munhoz. Wheel kick from Scoggins, can’t land it but hits a takedown in the scramble. Munhoz pops up. One minute in. Munhoz body kick and they trade leg kicks before Scoggins stuffs a shot. Both men kicking the body. 1-2 from Scoggins on the counter and they exchange inside. Two minutes in. Counter right lands. Stuff jab. Munhoz still looking for low kicks, tries a takedown but can’t complete it. Scoggins right hand, Munhoz low kicks. Two minutes to go.

Scoggins just misses a Brazilian kick, lands a pair of right hands inside. Munhoz threatens a guillotine to escape a takedown attempt. Straight left from Scoggins. Head kick lands. One minute to go. Leg kick exchange.. Spinning back kick from Scoggins, straight left as Munhoz pressures. Munhoz changes levels, stuffed. Munhoz with a straight right. 10-9 Scoggins.

Round 2: Munhoz advances and walks right into a counter combination. Thudding right by Scoggins, doing very well on the counter. Left hands this time. Yet another and another. One minute in. Knee to the body, left to the body. Scoggins is chewing him up. Body kicks by Munhoz. Scoggins slips on a kick, shoots, and finds himself in Pedro Munhoz’s guillotine. A scramble ensues, but history repeats itself and Scoggins is forced to tap.

Final result: Munhoz def. Scoggins by submission (guillotine choke)

205 lbs.: Francimar Barroso vs. Darren Stewart

Round 1: Stewart charges into the clinch, landing short knees on the fence. One minute in. Barroso gets off the cage and Stewart hauls him to the fence, landing a nasty headbutt along the way that appears to something in Barroso’s face. Barroso grabs the wound, talking to the ref, and Stewart takes him down and pounds him out. This should be a No Contest, but it looks like a TKO.


Final result: Stewart def. Barroso by TKO (headbutt and punches)