UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun – Card Results

Below are the final card results for UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun, which took place Saturday from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA:

PRELIMINARY CARD

  • Stefan Struve defeated Chase Gormley (triangle choke), 4:04 of Round 1.
  • Kyle Kingsbury defeated Razak Al-Hassan via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28).
  • Jorge Rivera defeated Rob Kimmons (TKO – punches), 1:53 of Round 3.
  • Chael Sonnen defeated Yushin Okami via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
  • Pat Barry defeated Antoni Hardonk (TKO – strikes), 2:30 of Round 2.
  • Ryan Bader defeated Eric Schafer via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-26, 30-27).

MAIN CARD

  • Anthony Johnson defeated Yoshiyuki Yoshida (TKO), 0:41 of Round 1.
  • Joe Stevenson defeated Spencer Fisher (submission – strikes), 4:03 of Round 2.
  • Gleison Tibau defeated Josh Neer, unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Cain Velasquez defeated Ben Rothwell (TKO – strikes), 0:58 of Round 2.
  • Lyoto Machida defeated Mauricio Rua, unanimous decision (48-47 X 3)
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One Response to “UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun – Card Results”

  1. WhiteHawk says:

    The UFC heavyweight division is more stacked then people realize. The KO of Hardonk placed Barry back in the mix. The addition of Big Ben and Roy Nelson is gonna be interesting as is Brenden Shaub’s arrival. Cain Velasquez and Jr. Dos Santos would be a great fight. Of course Brock and Carwin aren’t going anywhere despite who wins or losses. I’m looking forward to seeing Todd Duffee in his fight with Paul Buenatello- I think Duffee has a bright future. And can’t forget about Mir and Congo’s upcoming fight to see who rebounds and back on the road to victory, same for Big Nogueria. There are a few others and I would love to see Brett Rogers bang with some of the above names, same with Alistair Overeem who is a solid heavyweight these days- although I’m not quite sure if he would be able to pass a roid test. And if and when Fedor would join the UFC we could see him in some great match-ups before he decides to retire. And even though he’s not a legit threat to the title, I would still love to watch Kimbo thump with some of the hard hitters above as well. Interesting division……

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