UFC ON FOX 14: STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN RESULTS


Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN
Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN

UFC in Stockholm, Sweden did not disappoint, from the opening Fight Pass Prelim fights to the Main Card fights.

We had everything. Knockouts, TKO’s, Submissions, Decisions, and upsets (for some, in more ways than one)! What more could we ask for!

Here are all the results :

Anthony Johnson looking up WIN

Anthony Johnson looking up WIN

Anthony Johnson Def  Alexander Gustafsson via TKO (Punches) 2 min 15 Sec Round One

Anthony Johnson celebrating WIN
Anthony Johnson WIN

Gegard Mousasi def Dan Henderson  via TKO  (Punches)                1 min 10 secs Round One

Gegard Mousasi Win
Gegard Mousasi Win

Ryan Bader def Phil Davis via Split Decision 29-28 Bader, 29-28 Davis, 29-28 Bader

Ryan Bader Win
Ryan Bader Win

Sam Sicilia def Akira Corassani  via KO 3 min 26 secs Round One

Sam Sicilia Win
Sam Sicilia Win

 

PRELIMS 

Mirsad Bektic def  Paul Redmond via Unanimous Decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-25

Mirsad Bektic Win
Mirsad Bektic Win

Mairbek Taisumov  def  Anthony Christodoulou via  KO Round Two,  0.38 seconds

Mairbek Taisumov Win
Mairbek Taisumov Win

Nikita Krylov  def  Stanislav Nedkov  via Guillotine Round one, 1 min 24 seconds

Nikita Krylov Win
Nikita Krylov Win

Makwan Amirkhani def Andy Ogle via TKO (Punches)  0.08 secs Round One

Makwan Amirkhani Win
Makwan Amirkhani Win

Kenny Robertson def  Sultan Aliev via TKO  (Punch) 2 min 42 secs Round One

Kenny Robertson Win
Kenny Robertson Win

Albert Tumenov def Nico Musoke via Unanimous Decision        29-28, 29-28, 29-28

Albert Tumenov Win
Albert Tumenov Win

FIGHT PASS PRELIMS

Neil Seery def Chris Beal via Unanimous Decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-27

Neil Seery Win
Neil Seery Win

Viktor Pesta  def Konstantin Erokhin via Unanimous Decision 29-28, 30-27, 30-27

 

Viktor Pesta Win

Viktor Pesta Win

BONUSES

Anthony Johnson $50,000

Gegard Mousasi $50,000

Makwan Amirkhani $50,000

Kenny Robertson $50,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UFC STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN WEIGH-IN RESULTS


The UFC heads to the Tele2 Arena on Saturday for another huge stadium show in Stockholm, Sweden. Light heavyweight contenders Alexander Gustafsson and Anthony Johnson face off in the main event, with the winner on course for a title shot vs. Jon Jones. In the co-main event, MMA legend Dan Henderson returns to middleweight to face Gegard Mousasi, while Phil Davis and Ryan Bader engage in their own light heavyweight battle.

It was now time for the all important weigh-in’s to begin, all athlete’s, bar one made their scheduled contracted weight.

Stockholm, Sweden get ready for UFC on FOX 14.

 

Gus and Rumble Face Off
Gus and Rumble Face Off

MAIN CARD

Alexander Gustafsson (205 lbs) vs. Anthony Johnson (204 lbs)

Anthony 'Rumble' Johnson Weigh in
Anthony ‘Rumble’ Johnson Weigh in

Dan Henderson (185 lbs) vs. Gegard Mousasi (185 lbs)

Phil Davis (206 lbs) vs. Ryan Bader (205 lbs)

Akira Corassani (145 lbs) vs. Sam Sicilia (145 lbs)

PRELIM CARD

Nico Musoke (171 lbs) vs. Albert Tumenov (170 lbs)

Kenny Robertson (170 lbs) vs. Sultan Aliev (170 lbs)

Andy Ogle (146 lbs) vs. Makwan Amirkhani (145 lbs)

Andy Ogle Face Off
Andy Ogle Face Off

Nikita Krylov (205 lbs) vs. Stanislav Nedkov (205 lbs)

Mairbek Taisumov (156 lbs) vs.Anthony Christodoulou (156 lbs)

Mirsad Bektic (145lbs) vs. Paul Redmond* (149 lbs) 3 pounds over*

FIGHT PASS PRELIMS

Viktor Pesta (239 lbs) vs. Konstantin Erokhin (229 lbs)

Neil Seery (125 lbs) vs. Chris Beal (126 lbs)

* Paul Redmond will not re-weigh. So he will be fined ahead of tomorrow’s fight with Mirsad Bektic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANDY OGLE ‘READY OR NOT’


This original piece took place on June 2nd 2014 after the May 31st fight.

Ogle weigh-in

Andy Ogle (9-5)  vs Maximo Blanco (10-6-1) was a fight in which was billed as a ‘must win’ fight for both fighters with all to lose; at the weigh-ins we saw a lot of ‘alleged’ ‘trash’ talk by Andy Ogle to Maximo Blanco but was this one sided? The only people there were of course the fighters themselves, their management and UFC representatives, I doubt we will ever know the true story, but this is what we do know for sure.

On fight night when the cage door closed there were only three men in the octagon; Andy Ogle, Maximo Blanco and Referee Wolf Menninger.

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Wolf Menninger gave his usual instructions ‘fighter ready Maximo’ ‘Fighter ready Andy’’ the camera is on Andy Ogle and he nods. He then gives a thumbs up in the direction of Maximo Blanco (Wolf Menninger is against the octagon fence to Ogle’s left so the thumbs up are not for him), Wolf Menninger calls ‘fight’, what happens next is what is open for debate.

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Ogle moves in to near the centre of the octagon with his left hand raised to touch gloves with Blanco but Blanco is already coming out with all guns blazing, running straight for the centre of the octagon and landed a flying kick to Ogle’s mouth.

Ogle went down and Blanco then proceeded to pounce on him to unleash some brutal ground and pound for the 20 odd seconds or so but Ogle weathered the storm, got back to his feet albeit briefly but he recovered from the initial flying kick that started this opening round and continued to take Maximo the full three rounds.

Okay so first things first, that was an awesome Flying Kick from Maximo and congratulations on his win. Secondly props to Andy for recovering from the initial onslaught and surviving the round.  His manager, Brian Butler, commented earlier today when I posted my sentiments up on my Facebook page, he was short and to the point, “As maxis manager I say If your gonna “respect” ur opponent then do it all the way through. Kid talked a lot and showed no respect early on so maxi blasted him. Well done. I think it was obvious maxi was on attack mode when he ran across the cage… If he couldn’t see that coming then he is blind…”

‘Fighting is all about winning’. Although touching of the gloves is a sign of respect, you have plenty of time for that before the fight such as ‘weigh-ins, when the ref faces you off and explains the rules again and more importantly after the fight’ when the bell sounds it is down to business it is a FIGHT.