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Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps, and post-fight analysis following “Teixeira vs. Prochazka.” Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC 275 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)
UFC 275 QUICK RESULTS:
Glover Teixeira vs. Jiri Prochazka - Prochazka via Rear Naked Choke (4:32 Rd 5) — HIGHLIGHTS
Valentina Shevchenko vs. Taila Santos - Schevchenko via Split Decision (49-46, 48-47, 47-48) — HIGHLIGHTS
Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Zhang Weili - Zhang via KO (2:28 Rd 2) — HIGHLIGHTS
Andre Fialho vs. Jake Matthews - Matthews via KO (2:24 Rd 2)
Jack Della Maddalena vs. Ramazan Emeev - Della Maddalena via TKO (2:32 Rd 1)
Seungwoo Choi vs. Josh Culibao - Culibao via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)
Steve Garcia vs. Hayisaer Maheshate - Maheshate via KO (1:14 Rd 1) — HIGHLIGHTS
Brendan Allen vs. Jacob Malkoun - Allen via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Danaa Batgerel vs. Kyung Ho Kang - Kang via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Silvana Gomez Juarez vs. Na Liang - Gomez Juarez via KO (1:22 Rd 1) — HIGHLIGHTS
Joselyne Edwards vs. Ramona Pascual — Edwards via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
Good evening, ev’rybody, Braiterman here with you the whole card through.
UFC 275 LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY:
205 lbs.: UFC Light Heavyweight champion Glover Teixeira vs. Jiri Prochazka
Round 1: Man, it’s been one hell of a card and we’ve still got a great main event. G Tex in black, Jiri in red. Teixeira tries a headkick, but lands one to the body a second later. Jiri is handfighting Teixeira’s lead hand. Left from Glover, right from Jiri. Teixeira grabs a single leg, elevates it high and... he gets the takedown. Closed guard by Prochazka. Jiri tries to build his base, but gives up his back. Jiri manages to get the hand free, but falls back. Glover in side control. Now north-south. Jiri explodes and pops up. Tries a flying knee that falls well short. Overhand right from Teixeira lands. Big single leg from Tex and he bullies Jiri to the ground. He’s in mount and Teixeira is pouring down heavy shots. Good elbows from Tex. Jiri rolls and wiggles Teixeira loose and over his back. Jiri is posturing up and he gets in a couple of really big ground and pound strikes as the round ends.
Round 2: Slight eye poke discomforts Prochazka momentarily. Right hand and a front kick by Jiri. Teixeira with a front kick, but to the body. 3-2 by Jiri stuns Teixeira. Big swings from Jiri! There’s an uppercut that gets through. Jiri with a flying knee. Glover’s wearing it well, but still eating it. He’s landing almost everything he’s throwing. Teixeira trying to swing back, but coming up short. Punches in bunches from Jiri and he’s landing so many things. Jiri getting wild and eats a left off balance and he’s down for long enough to have Teixeira jump on his back. He’s hitting Jiri good now. Lots of ground strikes. Jiri moves and that’s enough to end the GNP from Teixeira for a bit as he works to maintain position. Teixeira gets into mount. He’s hammering down elbows and splits the brow of the challenger with one particular one.
Round 3: That’s a really bad cut over the left eye of Jiri. Long straight punch from Jiri. Teixeira tries a takedown and misses badly. Jiri waives him up instead of taking the top position. Right hand from the Czech fighter. Prochazka stuffs a takedown and lands a big strike. Teixeira now has a big cut. Right hand and a knee from Jiri lands. Teixeira catches that knee, however and manages to bully Prochazka down. Jiri doesn’t accept the position and he’s up. Lands a pair of clinch elbows, but eats a right hand. Jiri with a huge body punch. Body, body from Prochazka. Teixeira dives for a takedown, gets stuffed, and this time, Jiri stays on top of him in a very loose half guard, raining down shots. Jiri tries for an arm triangle, but fails and Teixeira rolls him over. Now Teixeira is in closed guard, landing elbows.
Round 4: Teixeira comes out moving forward and is punching his way in. Jiri with a body left, but both men look a little slow (for obvious reasons). Jiri with a great stutter step lead hand. Big left hook by Teixeira gets Jiri off balance. He surges forward, locks his hands behind Jiri’s back and takes him down. Teixeira in side control. Glover slowly waits for his opportunity and gets to the mount. Arm triangle attempt from Tex. He can’t get the angle and abandons it. Now Teixeira has a better angle for that arm triangle... nope, Jiri swings out of it and now he’s on top. He’s just standing over Teixeira swinging away. Finally he falls down onto Teixeira to continue the GNP. Teixeira with an amazing sit through and takes the back of Prochazka. Great defense from Jiri and now he’s back on top in full guard. Sporadic GNP to end the round.
10-9 Teixeira in a close round.
Round 5: What a fight this has been. Show of respect to start the round. Massive right hand stumbles Jiri. Jiri ducks into the waist for a second to get out of harm’s way, now Teixeira jumps for a guillotine, but he can’t get it. Jiri’s on top, but can’t maintain the position. Teixeira gets a foot on the hip and pushes Jiri off. Prochazka is now getting hit and hit often. He eats lefts and rights. Teixeira tries for a takedown, but he can’t get it. Jiri eats a big right. Teixeira lands a left. Gets a big double leg and he’s on top with two minutes left. Teixeira bullies Jiri to the mat and scrambles into mount. Teixeira with some short strikes. Jiri looking to explode by kicking off the fence and he does so. He’s got Teixeira’s back and thuds home a bunch of right hands. Jiri on top in side control. He’s got a crucifix for a second here with 45 seconds left, but can’t hold it. Jiri trying for a rear-naked choke. Teixeira fights the hand down, but Jiri tries it again... HOLY CRAP, HE GETS THE TAP! AND NEW!
Final result: Prochazka def. Teixeira Submission 4:32 Round 5
125 lbs.: UFC Women’s Flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko vs. Taila Santos
Round 1: Santos in gray, Shevchenko in black. Santos checks a leg kick. Shevchenko with a counter right. Santos moves out of range of a spinning back kick. They clinch and reverse each other on the cage. Shevchenko has Santos backed up and gets in a knee to the head and then the body. Shoulder strikes by Shevchenko. Shevchenko tried to throw Santos, but failed and slipped. Santos is on her back all of a sudden and she’s got a body triangle in. One minute to go. Shevchenko throwing left hands behind her head.
10-9 Santos in a close round
Round 2: Punch and clinch for Santos. Not much action 90 seconds in. Now there’s a takedown from Santos into full guard. Shevchenko tries for a triangle briefly. Another attempt is much closer. Santos with a left. Referee looking for action and finally a standup at 1:24 left. Body kick from Shevchenko. They clinch and head and arm throw for Shevchenko. Santos immediately rolls through and lands up on top in the scramble.
Round 3: Santos somehow forgot her mouthpiece to start the round and we’re back up after a short delay. Shevchenko is keeping distance well and pot shotting. Shevchenko with a takedown, but can’t control Santos, so she’s back up. Santos gets a clinch and backs up Shevchenko to the cage. Knees to the legs. Big takedown with 1:45 left. She gets Shevchenko’s back. She’s working on a rear naked with about a minute left... not gonna get it, it looks like.
10-9 Shevchenko, but a very close round to score.
Round 4: The butt heads and Santos is now bleeding from that. Low blow from Shevchenko and they pause. Santos has a heck of a hematoma from that clash. Clinch, elbow from Shevchenko on the break. Big left hand from Shevchenko. Santos’ right eye is swelling. Shevchenko with a left, then a liver kick a few seconds later. Shevchenko’s habit of looking to counterstrike is leading to chunks of complete inaction as Santos doesn’t seem willing or able to lead at the moment. Santos seems to be reduced to low kicks at the moment. 1-2 by Shevchenko is met with a teep by Santos. Santos with a duck under and a takedown with just 17 seconds left.
Round 5: Santos’ right eye is almost entirely closed and the doc takes a look, but allows it to continue. Slapping leg kick by Santos. Shevchenko with a flurry. Big combination from Shevchenko but Santos manages to grab ahold of her and drag her down. Santos has the back and gets one hook in... Shevchenko squirms and gets her off. Heavy right power shot by Shevchenko. Shevchenko surprisingly shoots a takedown and gets it into half guard. Strategically, I’m not sure I agree with it, but there’s two minutes left so let’s see what she can do with it. Light GNP from “Bullet” as she tries to maintain the top. A couple of rare palm strikes, too. One minute left. Shevchenko passes to the side, and Santos regains half.
Final result: Schevchenko def. Santos 49-46, 48-47, 47-48
115 lbs.: Joanna Jedrzejczyk vs. Zhang Weili
Round 1: Zhang in black, JJ in red. Zhang starts on the front foot, tries a leg kick and eats a counterpunch. Both women sit down on right hands that glanced by. Heavy leg kick from JJ takes the legs out from Zhang as she was out of stance. Right hand and a takedown for Zhang. JJ is in a poor position and is eating right hands. She’s not in serious trouble at the moment, but she’s getting hit often. Jedrzejczyk builds up her base and is up. Zhang circles and gets the takedown again. She’s hitting some nice ground and pound here. JJ manages to get up again. Zhang tries the takedown again, but gets reversed. JJ getting some strikes now, but Zhang creates a scramble and now she’s back on top. Good elbows here. Zhang now into mount. Zhang is raining down elbows like they’re going out of style. JJ scrambles and moves and she’s finally up. Zhang must have landed at least 20 elbows in those couple of minutes. Good right hand from JJ. Zhang catches a head kick and takes her down at the bell. What a round.
Round 2: Leg kick exchange to start. Zhang with a left. Side kicks from Zhang. Partisan crowd really enjoying this fight here. JJ eats a body kick. Another. Both women land right hands. They clinch. Elbow from Zhang and she tries for the takedown, but slips and JJ escapes. 1-2 lands for Zhang. HUGE SPINNING BACKFIST KNOCKS JOANNA JEDRZEJCZYK CLEAN OUT!
Final result: Zhang def. Jedrzejczyk KO 2:28 Round 2
170 lbs.: Andre Fialho vs. Jake Matthews
Round 1: Matthews in gray, Fialho in red. Matthews with the first strike - two - with a pair of leg kicks. There’s a third. Good counter right hand, too. Head kick. Nothing from Fialho so far. Leg kick and a jab from Matthews. Counter left. There’s a right hand from Andre. Lefts from both men. Fialho hits a low kick. Matthews looking really light on his feet. They exchange and both land a couple clean, but Matthews with a couple of bigger connections. Out of nowhere, Fialho drops Matthews with a right with just a few seconds left in the round!
Round 2: Bisping tells us that on the replay that Matthews actually slipped, so there’s that. Slow start to this round. Matthews with a very clean left. A right now and Fialho is wobbly. A big left and Fialho’s chin is being tested here. Every time they exchange, Matthews gets one square and damages the equilibrium of Fialho. Left by Fialho, thudding right hand to the temple by Matthews. The Aussie lands a big left hook. Another right. Fialho tries to answer back but gets crushed and down he goes.
Final result: Matthews def. Fialho KO 2:24 Round 2
170 lbs.: Jack Della Maddalena vs. Ramazan Emeev
Round 1: JDM in green, Emeev in gray. Emeev with an odd red mark all over his left side. Sunburn maybe? Emeev starts off well with an accurate hook. Emeev with a single leg. JDM tries to limp leg out of it. They scramble. Emeev gets to the back, another roll and all of a sudden, Emeev has JDM in an anaconda choke. It’s in pretty good, but JDM is fighting the elbow well. Very close... JDM is out of it. Maddalena is on the offense now. He backs up Emeev with a flurry and starts landing a pair of lefts to the body. Emeev crumples and turtles. JDM swinging down as the ref is letting it go on a bit, but a couple seconds later, he’s seen enough and that’s it.
Final result: Della Maddalena def. Emeev TKO 2:32 Round 1
145 lbs.: Seungwoo Choi vs. Josh Culibao
Round 1: Choi in white, Culibao in black. Slow feeling out process to start, and the crowd tires of it after a minute of inaction. Nothing really clean for another minute, until Culibao explodes forward with a left fist. Choi with a leg kick. Culibao gets a left head kick. Lefts from both men. Right hand in the pocket from Culibao and a left. Another left staggers Choi. He gets dropped! Up, bu dropped again. Choi hugs the waist and manages to recover. Now he’s up and firing like a madman. He lands a big elbow and backs up Culibao and now makes the Australian clinch in response.
Round 2: Great counter right from Choi as Culibao attempted to come forward. Both men land in the pocket in a furious exchange. Choi’s bleeding out of his mouth now. Left from Choi, huge right from Culibao sends Choi ass over tits! Choi manages to recover again and keeps Culibao off of him by swinging back. Culibao with a half-speed head kick and Choi hits him back with a punch. Good right hand from Choi. Choi touches him with a head kick, but just off the end of the foot. Culibao with a thudding right hand. A Choi right hand stuns Culibao for a moment.
10-9 Culibao but a close round.
Round 3: Glancing head kick from Choi and a nice jab from Culibao. Culibao explodes into a right hand, pauses a beat and then gets a nice 1-2. Choi with a spinning backfist attempt, but that leads to a clinch. Culibao reverses off the links. Couple of knees and Choi reverses back. Takedown from Choi and he has the back. He gets both hooks in with about 90 seconds left. Body triangle. Culibao throwing elbows back as Choi fishes for the RNC. Choi gives it up to try and get in some strikes. Choi punches away at the end.
Final result: Cluibao def. Choi 29-28, 28-29, 29-28
145 lbs.: Steve Garcia vs. Hayisaer Maheshate
Round 1: Maheshate in red (popular color tonight), Garcia in gray (also popular). Garcia starting aggressive. Both men eat right hands. Garcia gets dropped marching forward, and Maheshate follows him down, but Garcia immediately recovers and is a bit on top. Maheshate stands up and breaks away. Garcia coming forward again, DIRECTLY INTO A BIG COUNTER RIGHT HAND and Steve is out cold! Ref stops it before any follow up happens, but Maheshate seemed aware of the situation and had holstered his weapon, so to speak.
Final result: Maheshate def. Garcia KO 1:14 Round 1
185 lbs.: Brendan Allen vs. Jacob Malkoun
Round 1: Malkoun in black, Allen in red. Allen with a leg kick to open. 1-2-leg kick from Allen, but none land super clean. Right hand lands for Allen. Malkoun gets a left. And a jab. Allen responds with a right hand. 1-2 from Malkoun now. Jab and a leg kick from Malkoun. Malkoun gets a leg, gets the takedown... but can’t keep Allen down. Malkoun gets the back, grapevines his legs over Allen’s left leg and swings him back down. Allen rolls and stands. Malkoun’s got the back still. Big hip toss from Allen right into mount! Malkoun works to deep half and gets out of the mount, but Allen’s still on top in all these transitions. Guillotine attempt from Allen, but Malkoun gets to the opposite side and he’s out of danger. Allen gets up and the round ends.
10-9 Allen in a close round.
Round 2: Pair of jabs from Malkoun, Allen responds with a right. Straight lead hands are working for Malkoun, even going on the back foot. Single-leg attempt from Malkoun. can’t get the trip, but Malkoun stays tight and gets it the second time. Half guard. Now full guard. Malkoun passes to the other side of half. Not much happening from Malkoun, and Allen is doing a decent job of throwing from the back. Not damaging, but a lot more quantity than Malkoun. Allen’s up, Allen’s down. There’s an elbow from Malkoun. Another one. Allen squirms to the cage and creates a scramble. He’s on top now, in side control. Allen not doing anything here for a minute. Gets in one forearm shiver, but the round ends.
Round 3: Right hand and a takedown from Allen to open the third. Malkoun scrambles and gets out from underneath, but can’t hold onto Allen. Malkoun still having success with his jab. Allen with a shovel hook. Big single-leg takedown from Malkoun and he’s got the back. Took a minute, but Malkoun gets the takedown finally with an ankle pick. Elbow from the bottom from Allen. Allen builds his base and manages to reverse. He gets on top and lands some elbows. Malkoun regains full guard and has butterflies in. One minute left. Closed guard. Not much happening here. Malkoun tries a last second triangle and the round ends with Allen on top.
Final result: Allen def. Malkoun 29-28 x3
135 lbs.: Danaa Batgerel vs. Kyung Ho Kang
Round 1: Batgerel in red, Kang in gray. Jabs and hooks from both men early. Good low kick from Kang. Another. A third. Batgerel counters another with a right hand. Kang’s jab has been on point so far halfway through the round. There’s a right from Batgerel. Shovel hook lands as well. Batgerel has had a lot more success the last half of this round. Kang misses a spinning elbow. Batgerel gets a solid land with a hook to end the round.
10-9 Batgerel in a close round.
Round 2: Both men exchange leg kicks. Snapping jab from Kang. Misses a jumping knee. Gets in a nice counter left a few seconds later. Hammering calf kick lands from Kang. Kang tries for a takedown, but quickly abandons it. Kang paps the jab in. Batgerel lands a 3-2. 90 seconds left. Kang whiffs on a takedown and eats an illegal knee, but the ref misses it completely. Spinning backfist for Kang, but mostly lands from the forearm.
Round 3: Lovely check hook from Kang stuns Batgerel for a beat. Batgerel gets in a low kick and a counter left. Something heavy slapped, but I’m not sure who it was from or where it landed, if we’re being brutally honest. Heavy straight jab from Kang. Kang with a left-hand counter at the 3-minute mark. Batgerel shifts to his left, but directly into a right hook. Batgerel connects with a right. Smashing jab from Kang. Batgerel with a takedown attempt that fails.
Final result: Kang def. Batgerel 29-28 x3
115 lbs.: Silvana Gomez Juarez vs. Na Liang
Round 1: Na in red, Gomez Juarez in gray. I might add that buffer is resplendent in a shiny rust-orange blazer. Na with a front kick attempt and a big overhand, but both miss. Na dives in on an ankle and gets latches onto it, but Juarez gets out of it. Na slips on a big swing. They both land jabs. Na gets lazy with a jab and eats a HUGE right hand. Follow up right, left and another left and Na is out cold.
Final result: Gomez Juarez def. Na KO 1:22 Round 1
145 lbs.: Joselyne Edwards vs. Ramona Pascual
Round 1: Edwards in red and white, Pascual in black and gray. Edwards opens up on the front foot, swinging, but missing short on everything as Pascual is on her bike. There’s a good exchange and Edwards gets in a couple in that flurry. Right left right from Edwards, but nothing lands. Both women connect with right hands. They clinch up against the fence, and Edwards gets out of it. Push kicks from Edwards in repeated succession. Pascual catches one and gets in a knee and a hook. One minute to go. Takedown attempt from Edwards, gets stuffed. Pascual with a big knee and a liver kick and all of a sudden she’s got Edwards hurt. Edwards is now the wrestler, trying to keep Pascual from unloading on her. Head kick from Pascual.
Round 2: Pascual grabs a clinch and starts burying knees to the midsection. Edwards with a right hand. Edwards seems a bit slower than she did in the first round, in no small part from all the strikes she ate. Pascual with a nice left. Not much happening this round aside from Edwards spamming front and oblique kicks. Pascual hits a takedown as the clapper sounds but can’t do anything with it before the bell.
Round 3: Pascual goes for a takedown and nearly gets it, but Edwards gets out of it at the last second. Edwards hits an uppercut as Pascual shoots a takedown. Edwards circles out of it and gets in a solid left. Jumping switch kick from Edwards. Heavy leg kick from Pascual. Edwards tries a flurry, but misses. Edwards with a pair of solid body kicks and then a head kick. Pascual fails on another TD attempt. Spinning backfist from Edwards. She’s doing well, but is running out of time here.
Final result: Edwards def. Pascual 30-27, 29-28 x2
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