UFC 150 results

By Josh Reese

UFC 150 is over and once again controversy is running wild… Did Frankie win or Benson, well regardless what you think… The judges scored it 46-49 for Frankie, 48-47 and 48-47 for Benson, so he is able to retain his belt. After the fight it was confirmed that Benson will fight Nate Diaz for the belt next. Dana White also confirmed that IF Frankie did go down to 145 he would not get a immediate title fight and he would have to someone before the belt, which blew twitter up calling for Korean Zombie v Frankie Edgar, but it is very doubtful Frankie will drop.

The card drew 15,008 for just over a half million for an average of just over 43 dollars a ticket. The UFC gave 60,000 dollar bonuses to Lightweights Donald Cerrone and Melvin Guillard fight of the night Cerrone also got Knockout of the night, while Featherweight Dennis Bermudez pulled of submission of the night. Cerrone walks always tonight with a 120,000 in bonuses

In the Co-Main event Donald Cerrone defeated Melvin Guillard in 1 minute 16 seconds

Middleweights: Jake Shields got the win via a unanimous decision against Ed Herman

In another Middleweight battle Yushin Okami TKO’d Buddy Roberts in the 2nd round

In the final fight of the PPV Featherweights Max Holloway TKO’d Justin Lawrence in the 2nd round as well

On the FX portion of the card Featherweights Dennis Bermudez defeated Tommy Hayden in the 1st round via submission

Middleweights Michael Kuiper TKO’d Jared Hamman in the 2nd round

Batamweights Erik Perez TKO’d Ken Stone in the beginning of round 1

In the 1st fight of the FX prelims new comer Chico Camus defeated Dustin Pague via a unanimous decision

And at the start of the night on facebook Nik Lentz made his Featherweight debut against Eiji Mitsuoka and TKO’d him in the 1st round.

All and all a decent card, and now if you Only follow the UFC… 1st what the heck is wrong with you there are plenty of other good organizations out there, but anyways UFC 151 will take place September 1st and will feature the title fight between Jon Jones and Dan Henderson

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