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UFC 180: Werdum vs. Hunt (11/15/2014) - Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico (Arena Ciudad de México)


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UFC 180: Werdum vs. Hunt

November 15, 2014

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico (Arena Ciudad de México)

 

Interim UFC Heavyweight Championship: Fabrício Werdum (232) vs. Mark Hunt (265) - Werdum, TKO (flying knee and punches), R2 (2:27)

Jake Ellenberger (171) vs. Kelvin Gastelum (170) - Gastelum, SUB (rear naked choke), R1 (4:46)

Ricardo Lamas (145) vs. Dennis Bermudez (146) - Lamas, SUB (guillotine choke), R1 (3:18)

Augusto Montaño (169) vs. Chris Heatherly (170) - Montaño, TKO (knees), R1 (4:50)

Edgar García (170) vs. Héctor Urbina (169) - Urbina, SUB (guillotine choke), R1 (3:38)

 

Fox Sports 1 Preliminary Card:

The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America Featherweight Final: Yair Rodríguez (145) vs. Leonardo Morales (144) - Rodriguez, DEC (unanimous)

The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America Bantamweight Final: Alejandro Pérez (135) vs. José Alberto Quiñónez (135) - Pérez, DEC (unanimous)

Jessica Eye (134) vs. Leslie Smith (134) - Eye, TKO (Referee Stoppage Due to Ear Injury), R2 (1:30)

Gabriel Benítez (145) vs. Humberto Brown (146) - Benítez, SUB (guillotine choke), R3 (0:30)

 

Fight Pass Preliminary Card:

Henry Briones (134) vs. Guido Cannetti (135) - Briones, SUB (rear naked choke), R2 (1:44)

Marco Beltrán (136) vs. Marlon Vera (135) - Beltrán, DEC (unanimous)

 

Event Bonuses ($50,000):

Performance of the Night: Kelvin Gastelum

Performance of the Night: Fabrício Werdum

Fight of the Night: Henry Briones vs. Guido Cannetti

 

Attendance: 21,000

Gate: $1.6 million

Buyrate: 185,000

 

Cancelled Bouts:

Diego Sanchez vs. Norman Parke - Injury to Parke (MCL)

Érik Pérez  vs. Marcus Brimage - Injury to Perez (Shoulder)

Cain Velasquez vs. Fabrício Werdum - Injury to Velasquez (Knee)

Diego Sanchez vs. Joe Lauzon - Injury to Both Fighters

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White said he’d be open to removing the interim tag should Velasquez be unable to fight.
 
“We’re headed in that direction now,” White said. “This next fight in Mexico is for the interim title. So if Cain couldn’t compete again, the winner of this fight would be seen as the champion.”

 

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Mark Hunt losing pretty much his last title shot makes me  :( .  Even though it was pretty obvious that he was going to be in awful shape if it made to the 3rd round

 

Having a UFC PPV finish before midnight makes me  :) .  Whoever told Dana not to put about 2 or 3 replays on the PPV give that man a bonus

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Sad to see Hunt go down, but at least he kept it intense and competitive during that first round.  

 

We always go to see the PPVs at our local Buffalo Wild Wings and last night we were literally the only people in this huge dining room left watching the show.  Weird.

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So how do you see a potential Werdum-JDS rematch going down? Werdum's improved striking, and just knowing what he's getting himself into, would obviously change things considerably, but I'm wondering if you'd still give JDS the advantage.

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