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UFC 199 results: FOX Sports 1 'Prelims' live recap, updates

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Before Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight champion Luke Rockhold steps inside the cage tonight (Sat., June 4, 2016) against Michael Bisping, and current Bantamweight king Dominick Cruz defends his belt opposite Urijah Faber, at UFC 199 live from The Forum in Inglewood, California, a portion of the event's "Prelims" undercard will take place on FOX Sports 1 starting at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Find out what happened right here as the FS1 preliminary recaps roll in live:

Brian Ortega vs Clay Guida

Guida (32-17) looked fantastic Saturday night opposite Ortega (11-0), offering sharp hands, good distance control, patient gameplanning, and a refreshing standup game. He was ahead on the scorecards entering the third round and looked on pace to earn a solid victory. Unfortunately, Ortega slammed a knee into the side of his head and finished him with less than 30 seconds left in the fight. Ironically, "T-City" finished his last two fights opposite Thiago Tavares and Diego Brandao in third round, too. This win should slingshot Ortega into the top 10 and make him a dark horse for title contention in 2017. For Guida, his performance was good enough to buy him some time in the later part of his UFC career.

Beneil Dariush vs James Vick

Previously undefeated Vick (9-1) tried to extend his Lightweight win streak to six opposite Dariush (13-2) in a clash between strikers. Unfortunately for Vick, Dariush resembled a bat out of hell for the entire fight. He pressured Vick with massive elbows, perfectly-timed combinations, and a sensational appetite for destruction, winning by first-round KO. The victory puts Dariush back in the win column after losing to Michael Chiesa at UFC on FOX 19 and certainly keeps him in the title hunt. As for Vick, losing in this fashion is never good. But at the end of the day, he needed to taste defeat before he can mature as a fighter.

Jessica Penne vs Jessica Andrade

In a battle between hopeful Strawweight contenders, Penne (12-4) simply couldn't get away from the striking pressure of Andrade (14-5). The 24-year-old Brazilian absolutely demolished the former title challenger inside, peppering her with powerful combinations to the body, uppercuts, and looping hooks. Penne barely responded to Andrade's offensive attacks and simply looked too slow to keep up, even falling down at the end of Round 1. As the fight went on, Andrade didn't let up. Her slick standup looked downright terrifying en route to earning a second-round TKO victory. It was easily her biggest Octagon performance to date and a win that puts her extremely close to a title shot.

Cole Miller vs Alex Caceres

Filling in for the legendary B.J. Penn on 10 days notice opposite the always game Miller (21-10), Caceres tried his best to wash away a 1-3 UFC record since 2014. Despite the short notice appearance, it was Caceres (12-8) who looked like the more prepared fighter, peppering Miller throughout the first round with blazing fast combinations. Caceres even dropped Miller early. It was much of the same through the final two frames as Caceres utilized his speed, athleticism, new found power, and matured patience to pick Miller apart. He also avoided a serious submission attempt by Miller in the middle of the third round. With one of his most complete performances to date, "Bruce Leeroy" earned a fairly lopsided unanimous decision win. He moves to 2-0 since moving back to the Featherweight division earlier this year.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 199 fight card on fight night, 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 8 p.m. ET, before the PPV main card start time at 10 p.m. ET.