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UFC 227 results, recap and link wrap up: Dillashaw wrecks Garbrandt, Cejudo dethrones Johnson

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) recently tied a ribbon around its UFC 227: “Dillashaw vs. Garbrandt 2” pay-per-view (PPV) mixed martial arts (MMA) event, which took place inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sat., Aug. 4, 2018.

UFC 227 was headlined by the bantamweight rematch between reigning 135-pound kingpin TJ Dillashaw and ex-champion Cody Garbrandt, who first went to war at UFC 217. History repeated itself in “The City of Angels” after “No Love” once again went down on strikes.

In the UFC 227 co-headliner, longtime flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson coughed up his 125-pound crown after division rival Henry Cejudo avenged his UFC 197 loss to “Mighty Mouse” and won a five-round split decision.

If you happened to miss last Saturday night’s championship doubleheader or the wall-to-wall coverage we brought fans right here at MMAmania.com, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a complete UFC 227 link wrap-up.

Here’s a list of some of the most important headlines from this past weekend.

UFC 227: The fights

Live results and play-by-play

UFC 227 “Prelims” recap

TJ Dillashaw def. Cody Garbrandt

Henry Cejudo def. Demetrious Johnson

Renato Moicano def. Cub Swanson

J.J. Aldrich def. Polyana Viana

Thiago Santos def. Kevin Holland

UFC 227: Post-fight housekeeping

Post-fight press conference video replay

Bonuses and awards

Johnson broke his foot, tore his LCL

Highlights — Alex Perez ruins Jose Torres

Highlights — Marlon Vera ends the liver of Wuliji Buren

UFC 227: The morning after

So do we do rematches ... or super fights?

Next matches to make

UFC 227 payouts

Who does (and doesn’t) deserve the next shot at TJ Dillashaw

Cejudo ready to become “triple champ”

Garbrandt has no chin, says Dillashaw

Other notable stories from this past weekend

Eleider Alvarez stops Sergey Kovalev in big boxing upset

Sorry, no world tour for “Khabib vs. McGregor”

Israel Adesanya vs. Derek Brunson official for UFC 230 in New York

Nate Diaz agrees to fight Dustin Poirier, then decides “nah”

That should just about cover it.

UFC will take the next two weeks off, then return in the form of UFC Fight Night 135: “Gaethje vs. Vick,” which takes place inside Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Sat., Aug. 25, 2018 (more on that card here).

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