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UFC Fight Night 58: Machida vs. Dollaway (12/20/2014) - Barueri, São Paulo, Brazil (Ginásio José Corrêa)

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UFC Fight Night 58: Machida vs. Dollaway

December 20, 2014

Barueri, São Paulo, Brazil (Ginásio José Corrêa)

 

Lyoto Machida (185) vs. C.B. Dollaway (186) - Machida, TKO (body kick and strikes), R1 (1:02)

Renan Barão (136) vs. Mitch Gagnon (136) - Barão, SUB (arm triangle choke), R3 (3:53)

Antônio Carlos Júnior (205) vs. Patrick Cummins (206)* - Cummins, DEC (unanimous)

Elias Silvério (155) vs, Rashid Magomedov (155) - Magomedov, TKO (punches), R3 (4:57)

Erick Silva (171) vs. Mike Rhodes (171) - Silva, SUB (arm triangle choke), R1 (1:16)

Daniel Sarafian (186) vs. Antônio dos Santos Jr. (186) - Sarafian, TKO (finger injury), R2 (1:01)

 

Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card:

Marcos Rogério de Lima (205) vs. Igor Pokrajac (206) - De Lima, TKO (punches), R1 (1:59)

Tom Niinimäki (146) vs. Renato Carneiro (146) - Carneiro, SUB (rear naked choke), R2 (3:30)

Darren Elkins (145) vs. Hacran Dias (146) - Dias, DEC (unanimous)

Leandro Issa (136) vs. Yuta Sasaki (135) - Issa, SUB (rear naked choke), R2 (4:13)

 

Fight Pass Preliminary Card:

Márcio Alexandre Jr. (171) vs. Tim Means (171) - Means, DEC (split)

Vitor Miranda (185) vs. Rodney Collier (185) - Miranda, KO (head kick and punches), R1 (4:59)

 

*Reweighed after weighing 206.8 on first attempt

 

Event Bonuses ($50,000):

Performance of the Night: Vitor Miranda

Performance of the Night: Erick Silva

Performance of the Night: Renan Barão

Performance of the Night: Lyoto Machida

 

Rating: 966,000 viewers

 

Cancelled Bouts:

Dan Miller vs. Daniel Sarafian - Miller Withdrew From Bout

Rony Jason vs. Tom Niinimäki - Injury to Jason

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For some reason, UFC.com lists the Sarafian vs. Dos Santos Jr. fight twice instead of Carneiro vs. Niinimäki . So I don't know which one is on the main card and which one is on the FS1 prelims.

 

If there is anyone you want to see twice in one night, it's the ole boy Daniel Sarafian.

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Is there any actual interesting fights on the UFC card Saturday? These cards keep getting thinner and thinner.

 

Well there is an event thread that's pinned. You might want to check there.

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For some reason, UFC.com lists the Sarafian vs. Dos Santos Jr. fight twice instead of Carneiro vs. Niinimäki . So I don't know which one is on the main card and which one is on the FS1 prelims.

 

If there is anyone you want to see twice in one night, it's the ole boy Daniel Sarafian.

 

You have it correct.

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Is there any actual interesting fights on the UFC card Saturday? These cards keep getting thinner and thinner.

Issa/Ulka, Elkins/Hacran and Barao/Gagnon.

Lyoto/Dollaway is only interesting because Dollaway is going to get knocked out within 5 minutes of the first.

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Also, Tom Niinimäki might get his walking papers because Moicano is very good on the ground. That would be three losses in a row and probably 3 first round submission losses in row.

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I actually think this a perfectly fine TV card, couple squash matches, and some really violent fighters. 

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Is it weird that I've seen all three of Elias Silvério's UFC fights and I literally have no recollection of them?

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His fights happen like Daylight Saving Time, and we just have to acknowledge it.

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Also, Tom Niinimäki might get his walking papers because Moicano is very good on the ground. That would be three losses in a row and probably 3 first round submission losses in row.

 

Told ya. :)

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Fox PR said they briefly lost the feed. Missed no fights.

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Michael Carroll @MJCflipdascript 22s

CB Dollaway's performance is the 100th in modern UFC history with zero strikes landed.

 

Mike Bohn @MikeBohnMMA 5m

CB Dollaway is the 6th fighter in UFC history to land ZERO sig. strikes in a main event. Machida's responsible for two of those performance

 

Sometimes, you're the hammer. Sometimes, you're the nail.

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Everyone seems to like Machida vs. Rockhold next.  Makes sense unless someone gets injured.

 

For those interested in such things, event averaged 966,000 viewers.  1.2 million viewers for Machida vs. Dollaway.

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