UFC Beijing results: Blaydes vs Ngannou 2 live stream play-by-play updates

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) makes its return to Fight Pass this Saturday morning (Nov. 24, 2018) with the UFC Fight Night 141 mixed martial arts (MMA) event inside Cadillac Arena in Beijing, China, with all 12 bouts airing on the promotion’s subscription-only digital network. Headlining the overseas fight card is the heavyweight showdown between top contender Curtis Blaydes and former title challenger Francis Ngannou, with the latter holding a technical knockout victory over “Razor” — by way of cut — when they first went to war at UFC Fight Night 86 in Zagreb, Croatia, back in early 2016. In the 265-pound co-main event, former Strikeforce and DREAM heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem tries to get back to his winning ways against undefeated newcomer Sergey Pavlovich. In addition, longtime veterans Jessica Aguilar and Luis Smolka return to action on the UFC Fight Night 141 “Prelims” portion of the Fight Pass card.

MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC Fight Night 141 fight card below, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” undercard bout at 3 a.m. ET, followed by the main card start time at 6:30 a.m. ET, also on Fight Pass.

Keep in mind that we will also be the spot for the latest news, recaps, and post-fight analysis following “Blaydes vs. Ngannou 2.”

Without further delay, see below for the latest UFC Fight Night 141 results. (Note: This will go from the bottom up; therefore, scroll toward the bottom for the latest detailed round-by-round action.)

UFC FIGHT NIGHT 141 QUICK RESULTS:

Curtis Blaydes vs. Francis Ngannou
Alistair Overeem vs. Sergey Pavlovich
Vince Morales vs. Song Yadong
Li Jingliang vs. David Zawada
Alex Morono vs. Kenan Song
Lauren Mueller vs. Wu Yanan
Rashad Coulter vs. Hu Yaozong
Jessica Aguilar vs. Weili Zhang
Martin Day vs. Liu Pingyuan — Pingyuan def. Day via decision (Split) 29-28 x2, 28-29
Syuri Kondo vs. Yan Xiaonan — Xiaonan def. Kondo via decision (Unan) 30-27 x3
Kevin Holland vs. John Phillips — Holland def. Phillips via sub (RNC) at 4:05 of Rd 3
Louis Smolka vs. Sumudaerji — Smolka def. Sumudaerji via sub (Armbar) at 2:07 of Rd 2

UFC FIGHT NIGHT 141 PLAY-BY-PLAY:

265 lbs.: Curtis Blaydes vs. Francis Ngannou

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265 lbs.: Alistair Overeem vs. Sergey Pavlovich

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135 lbs.: Vince Morales vs. Song Yadong

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170 lbs.: Li Jingliang vs. David Zawada

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170 lbs.: Alex Morono vs. Kenan Song

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125 lbs.: Lauren Mueller vs. Wu Yanan

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265 lbs.: Rashad Coulter vs. Hu Yaozong

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115 lbs.: Jessica Aguilar vs. Weili Zhang

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135 lbs.: Martin Day vs. Liu Pingyuan

Round 1: Pingyuan in red, Day in black and the third man in the cage is Marc Goddard. Day with an immediate kick to the body that stumbles Pingyuan. Pingyuan catches a right-leg kick and fires off two nice right hands. Pingyuan working on a single-leg, but Day fighting it off well and eventually limp-legs out. Day with a counter right. Pingyuan catches another kick, but can’t get a strike off. They stumble into a clinch. Pingyuan latches onto a neck and has a really nice guillotine. Day stacks it well and manages to get enough wiggle room that Pingyuan bails on it. Nice right from Pingyuan. Spinning back kick lands for Day, the 4th-degree taekwondo black belt. Day sprawls well onto a long shot from Pingyuan. Day trying a D’arce choke that doesn’t get in tight, but he uses it to stand. 360 kick from Day glances onto Pingyuan’s arms.

10-10 draw round

Round 2: Day gets in a body kick but eats a straight right for his troubles. Pingyuan in on a single, but Day shows off his great balance and gets in a bunch of elbows. He gets in a trip and Day’s on top. Pingyuan rolls for a leg, Day avoids it and gets in some ground shots before he backs off and let’s the Chinese scrapper back up. Solid lead uppercut for Pingyuan. Pingyuan looks like he’s slowing down a little now. Jump knee from Day. Superman punch and retreats from the return fire. Liver shot and Pingyuan returns fire. Spinning backfist from Pingyuan. Pingyuan gets a body kick caught and instead of waiting for Day to punch him, he just pulls guard. Day with some elbows down and stands. Day flowing well here. Nice right hand gets in. Day’s been doing good body work this whole fight and it’s starting to pay off here as Pingyuan is backing up and slowing down. Right hand stumbles and drops Pingyuan

10-9 Day

Round 3: Pingyuan appears to be suffering from a hand injury. Day gets in a good left. Pingyuan catches a kick and lands perfect counter right that drops Day. Pingyuan jumps on a guillotine, but Day manages to roll out of it. Day with a D’arce choke, but is unable to finish it. Pingyuan gets out and now he’s got the back of the American! Day handfighting well so far. They’re just chilling here with Day inside a body triangle. Day punching from the bottom as the round comes to a close.

10-9 Pingyuan

Final result: Liu Pingyuan defeats Martin Day via decision (split) 29-28 x2, 28-29


115 lbs.: Syuri Kondo vs. Yan Xiaonan

Round 1: Xiaonan in red, Kondo in black, John Sharpe the ref. Xiaonan starting out aggressive and lands in a nice mix of kicks and punches. Low kick and a nice right from Xiaonan. Kondo returns fire, but definitely had the bad end of that exchange. Kondo with a good leg kick. More exchanges from both fighters. Xiaonan with a stomping straight kick into a lead-hand hook. Loud chants for Xiaonan from the crowd. Xiaonan outlanding Kondo at least four to one here, I’d love to see the stats, if the booth would be so kind. Fast right hand for Xiaonan. The Chinese fighter tries a spinning backfist, but Kondo gets away from it. Kondo still pressing forward, but mostly just walking into strikes. Xiaonan tries a couple more spinning attacks as the round slowly comes to an end.

10-9 Xiaonan

Round 2: Not much landing in the first minute, despite both fighters trying their same strategy – Kondo walking in and throwing single shots, Xiaonan throwing volume and running out a spinning backfist for variety’s sake. A clinch changes the tempo briefly and Kondo gets in a knee to the gut. They break after that. Xiaonan keeps trying that spinning backfist with no setup. Kondo eating shots, but now she tries and succeeds with a spinning backfist of her own, which gets her into another clinch. Another nice clinch knee as they break for Kondo. She’s still eating combos at distance. More spinning shit from both women. Good left from Xiaonan. Kondo with a right as she eats a body kick. The… fifth? spinning backfist attempt of the round from Xiaonan. Sixth.

10-9 Xiaonan

Round 3: “Xiaonan” chants from the crowd again. Low kick from the Japanese fighter is answered with a straight right by Xiaonan. Second spinning backfist attempt of the round gets in clean. Third does not. Finally Dan Hardy spits out the unofficial striking stats and it’s 99-52 in favor of Xiaonan. That’s barely half the correct number, in my opinion. The same thing is playing out again this round as has the past ten minutes – Kondo is walking forward, trying to get in a good shot here and there, but mostly just walking into a buzzsaw. I almost feel bad for continuously pointing this out, but yet another spinning backfist from Xiaonan with no setup, and is thus ineffectual. Yet again. Kondo gets a clinch, but Xiaonan gets out of danger without any damage. Side kick to the face from Xiaonan. Nice right hand from Xiaonan as well. Xiaonan spamming those same, dumb spinning backfists again – four in a row to close out the fight.

10-9 Xiaonan

Final result: Yan Xiaonan defeats Syuri Kondo via decision (unanimous) 30-27 x3


185 lbs.: Kevin Holland vs. John Phillips

Round 1: Crowd shots during the entrances show a half-filled arena for these prelims so far. Holland in light gray, Phillips in black and our ref is Peter Hickmott. Holland opens up with a pair of side kicks. Holland circling and staying on the outside. Phillips trying to get inside, but not cutting him off well. Left hook from Phillips. Phillips kicks the legs out from underneath Holland but just backs off and lets him up. Holland with a front kick to the chin. Another to the body hurts Phillips. Phillips is backing up now and backs into the cage. Holland is teeing off on Phillips now with his huge length. Long kicks and straight punches on the shelling up Phillips. Phillips is holding up fairly well from the onslaught and trying to catch Holland on a counter, but Holland is using his length well and staying away from the returns.

Holland finally backs off and they’re back to center. They clinch and the Texan gets in some very nice knees on Phillips. A kick to Phillips’ pills gives us a break in the action as the Welshman recovers. Good shot from Phillips after they resume has Holland stumbling back momentarily, but he gets his feet and seems fine. Flying knee from Holland plants Phillips on his butt in the closing seconds.

10-8 Holland.

Round 2: Holland still circling and using long, straight kicks and punches. Huge hook from Phillips as he backs Holland up finally. Good chin from Holland so far. Holland with some really good defense, avoiding most of the very heavy fire from Phillips. Holland seems mostly none the worse for the wear and Phillips is slowing down. They’re back to center cage and Phillips is just standing for a moment. Holland with nice jabs and those long kicks again. Solid, long-range punching from the American. Phillips lands a big right as he comes in, but again, Holland recovers as we’re left with 90 sceonds to go. Holland starting to bleed from one of those haymakers. Finally they clinch. Knees and an elbow from Holland on the break. Phillips makes to look like a front kick to the guy hits low, but the ref correctly calls it to the stomach.

10-9 Phillips

Round 3: Holland backs up and manages to change levels, catching Phillips coming in. He’s on top throwing a series of lefts. Holland with about 20 shots to the chin as Phillips tries to stand. He does, but gets taken down again almost immediately. Right hands landing without a lot of power, but a ton of frequency. He manages to get the back and a hook. Phillips fighting hands well, but Holland sneaking his arms free. He gets the RNC for a moment, but there’s enough room for Phillips to roll through. He’s on top for a split second before Holland abandons the choke attempt and powers through a takedown. He’s on top in mount and striking down. Phillips brute forces his way up, and is trying some GNP now. Holland with a triangle attempt, but Phillips gets out of it quickly. They keep scrambling and Phillips snatches up the rear naked with about a minute left and gets the tap.

Final result: Kevin Holland defeats John Phillips via submission (rear naked choke) at 4:05 of Round 3


125 lbs.: Louis Smolka vs. Sumudaerji

Round 1: Good morning, everyone. We’ve got a long night in front of us and we’re starting it off with Smolka in black, and Sumudaerji in red. Thomas Fan is the ref. One second in and Smolka shoots for a takedown. Sumudaerji stuffs it, but is backed up against the cage. Sumudaerji working to get the underhooks out from under his arms. Smolka with a knee, but Sumudaerji breaks away with an elbow. They stand for about ten seconds before Smolka gets in on a leg again. Sumudaerji is defending decently. Finally about a hundred seconds into the round, Smolka gets the takedown. Sumudaerji working a nice, active guard with his long limbs. He creates a scramble and manages to get Smolka way down his legs. Smolka manages to stay on top and starts to get in some ground and pound. Nice elbow from the bottom from Sumudaerji. Sumudaerji still trying to get out and suddenly, Smolka gets his back and he’s looking for a rear-naked choke. Smolka floats over as Sumudaerji rolls out of the choke. He’s in mount and throwing down a flurry of punches and elbows as he maintains mount. Back mount and tons of punches as the round ends.

10-9 Smolka

Round 2: Smolka decides to stand for a little longer, but a big hook checks his chin and he decides he’s had enough of the standing game. Smolka on top 50 seconds in. Sumudaerji scrambles and gets a leg briefly. Triangle attempt from Sumudaerji. Now Sumudaerji is on top briefly, but is unable to get away and up. Smolka has no desire to stay on the bottom and immediately starts his own scramble. He latches onto an arm and is fighting for the armbar… and gets the tap!

Final result: Luis Smolka defeats Sumudaerji via submission (armbar) at 2:07 of Round 2





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