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UFC Fight Night: Rivera vs. Moraes - Play by Play

Main Card

Light Heavyweight Bout: Gian Villante (16-9) vs. Sam Alvey (32-10-1 NC)

Our first main fight is up next, in which Gian Villante faces 'Smile'n' Sam Alvey.

The referee is Steve Bunton.

Round 1
There's the opening bell! Stepping in, Villante looks to engage. Villante hits a left jab but is wide of the mark on a head kick attempt. Alvey hits a good left hand. Moving forward, Villante looks to strike. Alvey stands ready. Villante scores with a brace of jabs and also lands a nice high roundhouse kick. Alvey lands a right jab and also lands a nice left hook. That last blow may have really hurt Alvey, he staggers backward and tries to cover up as best he can! Villante punishes Alvey with a straight right! Alvey retreats further and ends up trapped against the cage. Villante lands a right uppercut but did not get all of it, Alvey partially blocked it! Alvey backs off further, ending up trapped against the cage. Alvey takes a head kick, but it does not hurt him too much as he is covering up so tightly. Villante punishes Alvey with a straight right! Back-pedalling further, Alvey ends up backed up against the cage. Villante throws a right high kick to try and finish the groggy Alvey off, but it only glances off the forearm. Alvey clears his head and circles back to the center. Alvey stands ready as Villante moves in. Alvey lands a right jab but has a left hook blocked. Villante uses a pair of left jabs and also scores with a right hook. Alvey stands ready as Villante moves in. Villante misses with a left jab but nails a right cross. Alvey scores with a jab and also hits a good left hand. Villante steps in, watched all the way by Alvey. Villante just about lands a head kick. Alvey uses a right jab but finds his left cross blocked. We go past the halfway point of this round. Villante comes in looking to strike. Villante misses a right hook and gets countered with a nice left hook. There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands. Villante comes in to engage. Villante misses a right cross that leaves him wide open to the counter. Alvey comes in with a good left hand. Alvey lets Villante step in and engage. Villante is off target with a left jab but hits a right hand. Alvey uses a right jab and also scores with a great left hook. The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left. They stand and trade in the center of the cage but neither fighter can land a good shot. Villante comes in to engage. Alvey counters a right hand with a quick right jab and a great left hook. The time runs out on round one.

Sherdog Score: I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Alvey.

Round 2
Round two begins! They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with. Villante steps in, watched all the way by Alvey. Villante misses a right cross that leaves him open to the counter. Alvey attacks with a brace of jabs that are followed by a left hook that is ducked. Alvey stands ready as Villante moves in. Villante hits a left jab but can't make contact on a right head kick. Alvey uses a right jab but has a left hook blocked. Villante is slowing just a little as he starts to get into the gas tank a bit. Villante steps in to strike. Villante connects with a left hand. Alvey hits a wicked left uppercut! Villante is knocked down! Alvey starts pounding away on Villante, looking to finish him off! Alvey pounds away with left hands and Villante is having trouble doing anything about it! Referee Steve Bunton pulls Alvey away, stopping the fight! By TKO, the winner is Sam Alvey!

Official Result: Sam Alvey def. Gian Villante by TKO (Strikes) in 1:55 of Round 2.

Featherweight Bout: Kyle Bochniak (8-3) vs. Daniel Teymur (6-1)

Next up is a match in which Kyle 'Killer B' Bochniak battles Daniel 'Kid Dynamite' Teymur.

Jake Swindle will be the referee.

Round 1
And here we go! We start with a touch of gloves. Both fighters come together and strike. Teymur connects with a left hand. Bochniak lands a left jab but doesn't connect with a right hand to the body. An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but nothing comes of it. Teymur doesn't trouble his opponent with a combination ending in a high right head kick. Seizing the opportunity, Bochniak shoots. Bochniak couldn't complete the single leg, but does end up standing holding a leg while Teymur hops in place on the other. Bochniak drives Teymur up against the cage. Bochniak tries to take Teymur down. Bochniak can't get Teymur down to the ground. Dropping down, Bochniak secures a leg and starts looking for a takedown. Teymur is left hopping on his other leg, trying to balance. Teymur manages to fight off the takedown, eventually pulling his leg free and moving to the center. Both fighters move in and engage. Teymur misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a left jab and a right hand. We go past the halfway point of this round. Bochniak, looking very tentative, pokes out a pair of quick jabs; neither had any power on them. Teymur can't connect with a jab, but then hits a nice straight right. The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it. Bochniak comes in, looking for a takedown. The takedown is completed, it was a single leg and Teymur is left on his back pulling guard. Bochniak pounds away, but Teymur isn't troubled by the strikes. Bochniak blocks an attempted sweep. We have one minute of the round remaining. Bochniak tries to pound on Teymur, but all the blows are comfortably dealt with. Teymur tries a sweep from the bottom of the guard, but doesn't budge Bochniak. Bochniak tries to pound on Teymur, but none of the blows land with any degree of power. Teymur tries a sweep from the bottom of the guard, but doesn't budge Bochniak. Round one ends as time expires.

Sherdog Score: That round goes to Bochniak, 10-9 on my card.

Round 2
Round two begins! Teymur comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. Bochniak hit two counter left hands. A one-two from Teymur fails to land. Teymur forces an exchange of strikes. Bochniak hits a pair of jabs in the exchange. Teymur throws a quick one-two but doesn't land either blow. Teymur throws two quick punches but doesn't hit with either. Bochniak quickly shoots on Teymur. Bochniak couldn't complete the single leg, but does end up standing holding a leg while Teymur hops in place on the other. Bochniak drives Teymur up against the cage. Bochniak pins Teymur up against the cage and stomps down hard on his foot. Dropping down, Bochniak secures a leg and starts looking for a takedown. Teymur is left hopping on his other leg, trying to balance. Teymur fights free though and gets some separation. Bochniak shoots in for a takedown. Bochniak gets the takedown! Teymur pulls guard. Bochniak throws a few relatively weak right hands. Bochniak fires off a handful of punches, each easily being blocked with gloves. Bochniak tries to pound on Teymur, but none of the blows land with any degree of power. Teymur looks to hit Bochniak with an elbow to the top of the head, but gets smothered. With no progress being made, the referee stands them back up. Bochniak comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. Teymur manages a counter jab. Bochniak throws a one-two, but Teymur was equal to it. Bochniak acknowledges some instructions from his corner with a relaxed nod of the head. The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left. A quick exchange of strikes does not produce any damage. Both fighters come together and strike. Teymur lands a left jab and a right cross. Bochniak connects cleanly with a right hand. Round two ends as time expires.

Sherdog Score: I have to give that round to Bochniak, but only a 10-9.

By my scorecard, Teymur is going to lose this fight if it goes to the judges. He needs a finish in this final round.

Round 3
And here we go, one last round! An exchange of strikes happens right in the center of the cage but neither fighter lands anything good. A quick exchange of strikes does not produce any damage. Teymur comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. Bochniak hit two counter left hands. A jab is wide from Teymur, but then he scores with a right cross. They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage. Teymur closes in on Bochniak, looking to unleash some strikes. Bochniak uses a left jab while backing away. A jab is wide from Teymur, but then he lands a right hand. For the first time, Teymur is starting to breathe a little heavier. The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike. Bochniak hits a left hand. Teymur lands a one-two. We pass the halfway mark of this round. Both fighters step in to strike. Teymur hits a left cross. Bochniak lands a left jab and a right cross. An exchange of strikes does not produce any damage. Teymur comes forward and the two fighters exchange strikes. Bochniak scores with two counter jabs. Teymur uses a left jab but his big right hand follow-up misses. We're into the final minute of the round. Teymur throws a two-punch combo but Bochniak avoids both. Teymur fails to land any of the strikes in a combo that ended with an attempted head kick. Bochniak quickly shoots on Teymur. Teymur partially defends it and ends up hopping on one foot while Bochniak has a hold of the other. Bochniak uses the position to drive Teymur up against the cage. Looking for a takedown, Bochniak drops down and gets hold of a leg. Teymur remains standing on the other foot, leaning against the cage. In one slick motion, Bochniak trips Teymur down to the mat! Great move! Teymur is left flat on his back. We reach the time limit and this fight is over.

Sherdog Score: I have to give that round to Bochniak, but only a 10-9. (30-27 Bochniak)

Here come the official scores. All three judges have given 30-27.

Kyle 'Killer B' Bochniak is the winner by unanimous decision!

Official Result: Kyle Bochniak def. Daniel Teymur by Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of Round 3.

Welterweight Bout: Jake Ellenberger (31-13) vs. Ben Saunders (21-9-2)

Moving on to the next match, in which Jake 'The Juggernaut' Ellenberger battles Ben 'Killa B' Saunders.

Our referee is Herb Dean.

Round 1
And here we go! They touch gloves. Saunders comes forward, walking down Ellenberger. Ellenberger throws a counter jab but misses. Saunders fails to find a home for his jab, but then he hits Ellenberger with a straight right. Saunders attacks with strikes. Ellenberger hits a jab in the exchange. Saunders connects with a nice jab and then he catches Ellenberger with a low kick to the front leg. Moving forward constantly, Saunders is pressuring Ellenberger. Ellenberger hits a jab in the exchange. Saunders can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then he hits a nice straight right that lands hard. A quick exchange of strikes doesn't lead to anything. Saunders comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. Ellenberger misses with a left hand in the exchange. A jab hits home from Saunders and then he lands a right hand. Saunders forces an exchange of strikes. Ellenberger manages a counter jab. Saunders throws two quick punches but doesn't hit with either. Saunders forces an exchange of strikes. Ellenberger throws a counter left but doesn't connect. Saunders lands a flurry of three quick punches but misses with a vicious right hand. We move into the second half of this round. There's an exchange of strikes at relatively close range but nothing really lands. Saunders studies his opponent, looking pretty relaxed and confident at this point. An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant. They come together and strike. Saunders lands a left jab and also hits a glancing blow with a high kick. Ellenberger hits a jab and also lands a nice right hook. Saunders attacks with strikes. Ellenberger hits a jab in the exchange. Stepping in, Saunders throws three quick punches, three of which land, and then he scores with a right cross. There's under a minute left in this round. Saunders initiates an exchange of strikes. Ellenberger manages a counter jab. Saunders fails to find a home for his jab, but then he catches Ellenberger with a crunching right hook. Ellenberger appeared to be going for a takedown, but Saunders took the initiative first. Saunders connects with a nice jab and then hits a scything kick to the legs of Ellenberger. Round one ends as time expires.

Sherdog Score: I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Saunders.

Round 2
And here we go, round two! They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through. Ellenberger lands a left hand. Saunders hits two left jabs and then hits Ellenberger with a beauty of a straight right. A quick flurry of punches from Saunders sees three of three hit home and then hits a nice straight right that lands hard. Ellenberger immediately covers up and tries to retreat, only to end up against the cage! I think that he is dazed! A head kick lands hard, Ellenberger falls to the ground and is in major trouble! Saunders quickly pounces, looking to rain down punches on the stunned Ellenberger! Saunders pounds away with right hands and Ellenberger is having trouble doing anything about it! With Ellenberger taking a beating, the referee has to stop the fight! The winner, by TKO; Ben Saunders!

Official Result: Ben Saunders def. Jake Ellenberger by TKO (Strikes) in 1:52 of Round 2.

Heavyweight Bout: Walt Harris (10-7) vs. Daniel Spitz (6-1)

Next up, Walt 'The Big Ticket' Harris battling Daniel Spitz.

Steve Bunton is the referee for this fight.

Round 1
Round one begins! We start with a touch of gloves. The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it. They come together and strike. Harris misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a nice left hand. Both fighters come together and strike. Daniel slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a right cross. They engage in the center. Daniel dodges a right hand and counter-attacks with a pair of left jabs that are followed by a big right hand that just misses. They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging. They come together and strike. Harris scores with a left hook. Daniel lands a one-two. They engage in the center. Daniel lands two jabs but misses a right hook. Harris hits a left jab and also hits a left hook to the body. Both fighters step in to strike. Daniel misses a right hook and gets countered with a left hook to the side of the body. They exchange strikes but nothing really gets through. Taking a few gulps of breath, Harris is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch. They come together and strike. Harris lands a left hook. Daniel lands a left jab and a right cross. Both fighters come together and strike. Daniel scores with a left hook. Harris scores with a left hook to the side of the body. Both fighters step in to strike. Daniel lands a one-two. Harris uses a left jab and also nails a vicious right cross! He's down! Daniel falls to the floor! Harris moves in quickly, kneeling beside Daniel and starting to hammer down with punches! Harris pounds away, Daniel is taking heavy shot after heavy shot! The referee is forced to jump in and stop the fight! The winner, by TKO; Walt Harris!

Official Result: Walt Harris def. Daniel Spitz by TKO (Strikes) in 4:35 of Round 1.

Co-Main Event

Lightweight Bout: Gregor Gillespie (11-0) vs. Vinc Pichel (11-1)

The co-main event is up next. Gregor 'The Gift' Gillespie battles Vinc 'From Hell' Pichel in the UFC Lightweight division.

Steve Bunton is the referee for this fight.

Gillespie gets a good reaction from the fans as he enters the arena, he's fighting in front of a home crowd tonight.

Round 1
There's the opening bell! Pichel closes the distance, obviously looking to strike. Pichel can't hit a set-up left jab, but then scores with a right to the body. Setting it up with excellent timing, Gillespie comes forward and shoots for the takedown. The takedown is successful, it's a single leg that leaves Pichel pulling guard. Gillespie tries to pound away with elbows but does minimal damage. Gillespie is trying to pass guard. The pass attempt results in a scramble for position as Pichel tries to get back up. Gillespie is up first and quickly grabs Pichel, pushing him up against the cage. With the cage trapping Pichel, Gillespie gets the underhooks in and looks for a takedown. It doesn't work, Pichel defended against it well. Pichel can't seem to work his way free though. Gillespie has gotten underhooks in and is looking to take Pichel to the ground. A sweep of the legs is successful, Pichel is floored and Gillespie has no problem getting side control. Gillespie throws a few strikes, but is clearly slowing things down so that he can catch his breath. Gillespie throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath. We are now at the halfway point of the round. Gillespie attempts to move to mount. Pichel keeps Gillespie at side control, not letting the mount happen. Gillespie throws a few right hands to the body. Gillespie throws some small strikes, but is clearly just taking a moment to try and catch his breath. With no progress being made, the referee stands them back up. The end of the round is coming quick, there's under a minute left. Gillespie had looked like he was angling for a takedown attempt, but couldn't take the initiative. A combo that ends with a kick to the legs fails to land for Pichel. Pichel was too aggressive and his last kick gets caught! Seeing his opportunity, Gillespie tries to put Pichel on the mat. Pichel gets taken down and has to pull guard. Gillespie tries to pass the guard. He can't find a way past the guard. The time is up, and that's the end of round one.

Sherdog Score: I have to give that round to Gillespie, but only a 10-9.

Gillespie, the heavy favourite, has stamped his authority on the fight in that first round.

Round 2
Round two begins! Gillespie sets it up well and shoots in at speed. The takedown is completed, Pichel is on his back and pulls guard. Gillespie has now completed four takedowns. In guard, Gillespie begins working to pass to side control. Pichel allows the pass, but it's just a ploy to allow him to try and scramble. The scramble ends with Gillespie grabbing Pichel and getting a waist lock, gaining back control. Gillespie steps back, giving up back control. Gillespie had looked like he was angling for a takedown attempt, but couldn't take the initiative. Pichel fails to find a home for his jab, but then lands a right hand. Gillespie sets it up well and shoots in at speed. The takedown is successful, Pichel pulls guard. Gillespie throws a few right hands to the body. Gillespie tries to pound on Pichel with elbows, but none of the blows land with any degree of power. Gillespie looks to pass guard and get side control. The pass attempt results in a scramble for position as Pichel tries to get back up. Pichel scrambles to his feet, but Gillespie immediately drives him up against the cage. Pichel takes a knee strike just above the hip. Gillespie drives a knee to the thigh area. Gillespie uses a vicious foot stomp. Gillespie uses dirty boxing to punish Pichel while he is pressed up against the cage. Pichel is controlled up against the cage and eats a sharp right to the ear. Gillespie smothers Pichel against the cage, then uses his dirty boxing skills to his advantage. We move into the final sixty seconds of this round. Gillespie smothers Pichel against the cage and stomps down on his foot. Gillespie hits Pichel, who is pressed up against the cage, with a nice short uppercut. The referee decides that the grappling against the cage has been going on too long, and he brings them back to the center. Pichel comes in looking to strike. Pichel can't connect with his set-up strikes, but then hits a scything kick to the legs of Gillespie. Gillespie appeared to be going for a takedown, but Pichel took the initiative first. Pichel hits a left hand, but finds nothing but air with a big right. Round two ends as time expires.

Sherdog Score: I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Gillespie.

With one round left, Pichel realistically needs to stop his opponent in order to win.

Round 3
Our last round, round three, begins! Pichel confidently comes in closer. Gillespie looked like he was going to shoot, but Pichel simply took the initiative first. A jab lands from Pichel, but Gillespie catches the roundhouse body kick that comes next! Seeing his opportunity, Gillespie tries to put Pichel on the mat. Pichel gets taken down and has to pull guard. Gillespie begins trying to pass the guard. Gillespie passes guard, but Pichel was ready and a scramble for position ensues. Gillespie is left turtled up with Pichel behind him. Pichel pounds away on Gillespie, landing several good shots in the process. Pichel unloads with some right hands, but Gillespie deals with them comfortably. Gillespie gets quickly back to his feet, although Pichel does get back control. Pichel releases Gillespie and backs away. Pichel confidently comes in closer. Gillespie looked like he was going to shoot, but Pichel simply took the initiative first. Pichel throws a punch but Gillespie avoids it. Pichel is starting to slow down a touch, perhaps conserving a little energy. Gillespie uses great movement to set up a takedown attempt. Pichel almost stops the takedown but is left hopping on one leg while Gillespie holds the other. Gillespie can't get Pichel down and so settles for pushing him up against the cage. We've now passed the halfway mark in this round. Pichel is controlled up against the cage and takes a hard foot stomp. Pichel takes a knee strike to the inside of his own knee. Pichel is controlled up against the cage and takes an elbow to the face from the clinch. Pichel gets caught with a knee to the side of the stomach. Pichel is trapped against the cage and Gillespie punishes him with some dirty boxing. Gillespie scores with an glancing elbow strike from the clinch. Gillespie drives a knee to the thigh area. There's under a minute left in this round. Gillespie catches Pichel with an elbow to the face from the clinch while he is pressed up against the cage. Pichel is trapped against the cage and Gillespie hits him with a quick elbow. Blood is visible on Pichel, a strike looks to have opened up a nasty cut above his eye. Having been stuck against the cage for a while without any progress, the referee brings them back to the center. Gillespie is still moving well, but he is definitely breathing a little deeper now. Gillespie moves confidently around the cage. Both fighters meet in the center. Pichel scores with a jab but can't hit a right cross. Gillespie connects with a left hand. Both fighters meet in the center. Gillespie misses a right hook and leaves himself open to be countered with a right hand. The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.

Sherdog Score: I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Gillespie. (30-27 Gillespie)

The official scores are being reported now. All three judges give 30-27.

Gregor 'The Gift' Gillespie wins by unanimous decision!

Official Result: Gregor Gillespie def. Vinc Pichel by Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of Round 3.

Main Event

Bantamweight Bout: Jimmie Rivera (21-1) vs. Marlon Moraes (20-5-1)

It's time for the main event of the evening! Jimmie 'El Terror' Rivera competes against Marlon Moraes in the UFC Bantamweight division.

Jake Swindle will be the referee.

Round 1
The fight begins! Rivera deliberately doesn't touch gloves to start. They engage in the center. Rivera hits a left jab but has a right hand absorbed on the gloves. Displaying tight boxing skills, Moraes blitzes his opponent with a rapid four punch flurry. Moraes moves forward, constantly trying to pressure Rivera into exchanging strikes. Rivera hits a jab in the exchange. Moraes uses a left jab but the following leg kick misses. Moraes looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike. Rivera may have been setting up to shoot, but Moraes aggressively took the initiative. Moraes lands a left hand and then catches Rivera with a right hook. Rivera, backing off, hits two weak left hands. Moraes uses a left jab, but misses with a vicious right hand. They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging. The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands. The two fighters engage with strikes but nothing significant lands. A jab is wide from Moraes, but then he hits a nice straight right that lands hard. Moraes stalks forward, pressuring Rivera. Rivera lands two left hands in the exchange. Moraes doesn't trouble his opponent with a combination ending in a body kick. Moraes looks confident, shortening the range as he looks to strike. It looked like we were about to see a shot from Rivera, but Moraes was more aggressive and took the initiative. Moraes hits a left jab and then scores with a right head kick. It looks like Rivera has been cut under the eye. Both fighters step in to strike. Moraes misses with a low kick. Rivera tries a right hook but misses. There's under a minute left in this round. Moraes comes forward and the two fighters start trading blows. Rivera lands two left hands in the exchange. Moraes throws three quick punches as a set up to a big head kick but nothing hits. An exchange of strikes doesn't go anywhere. The time runs out on round one.

Sherdog Score: That round goes to Moraes, 10-9 on my card. The cut man tries to stop the bleeding for Rivera in between rounds.

Round 2
We are back underway! They come together and strike. Rivera lands a left hook. Moraes scores with a scything kick to the legs. They come together and strike but neither fighter does any damage. Moraes comes forward on the attack. Rivera fires off a counter jab. Attacking with intent, Moraes scores with two out of a flurry of four punches but Rivera avoids the low kick that it set up. Moraes comes forward. Rivera hit a counter left hand. Moraes uses a left jab but misses with a low kick. Moraes steps forward, looking to strike. Rivera fires off a counter jab. Moraes lands a left jab but Rivera evades a big right punch. Moraes comes forward looking to force a striking exchange. Rivera hits a pair of jabs in the exchange. Moraes hits two left jabs and then he catches Rivera with a low kick to the front leg. Rivera limps slightly as he circles. An exchange of strikes sees both fighters fail to land anything significant. Moving forward constantly, Moraes is pressuring Rivera. Rivera lands two left hands in the exchange. A jab is wide from Moraes, but then he catches Rivera with a spin kick to the body. They stand and trade blows but neither can land anything damaging. The two fighters come forward and engage. Moraes nails two quick punches from a flurry but fails on a leg kick attempt. Rivera finds a way past his opponent's guard and lands a sharp one-two. Taking a few gulps of breath, Moraes is giving the first hint that he is starting to tire a touch. A pair of tentative jabs from Rivera land, but have zero effect. Moraes lands a jab and then catches Rivera with a low kick to the front leg. Moraes can't connect with a jab, but then hits a scything kick to the legs of Rivera. Rivera is limping noticeably. Rivera shoots in for a takedown. He has the takedown! It's a single leg, and Moraes has to pull guard. Time expires and we come to the end of round two.

Sherdog Score: I think Moraes took that round, 10-9 on my score card.

Moraes is ahead 20-18 on my scorecard.

Round 3
There's the bell and round number three begins! The two fighters engage with strikes but neither lands anything worthwhile. The two fighters engage. Rivera hits a left hand. Moraes nails one quick punch from a flurry and then scores with a stinging right high kick. As he backs off it becomes clear that Rivera is on rubbery legs, that last shot rocked him! Moraes sees the opportunity and leaps at Rivera with a flying knee! It hits, but not fully, and Rivera stays standing. Both fighters meet in the center. Rivera is off-target with a jab but scores with a right hook. Moraes scores with a great right hook. That last hit did some damage, Rivera is trying to cover up but is clearly hurt! He slumps up against the cage looking dazed and unsteady! Moraes throws a right high kick to try and finish the groggy Rivera off, but it only glances off the forearm. Circling back to the center, Rivera looks like he has regained his composure. The two fighters engage. Rivera hits a left jab but misses a right hook. Moraes hits a left jab and also lands a nice right hook. Rivera appeared to be going to try and get in close, but Moraes took the initiative first. Moraes lands a left hand and then hits Rivera with a straight right. Both fighters come together and strike. Moraes slips past a right hook attempt and attacks with a left jab and a low kick that narrowly misses. We go past the halfway point of this round. Rivera limps pretty heavily as he circles around. A jab hits home from Moraes and then he catches Rivera with a hard low kick to the front leg. Both fighters move in and engage. Moraes throws a leg kick but doesn't make contact. Rivera counters with a left jab and a right cross that just misses. The two combatants meet in the center and start to strike. Moraes misses a high kick that leaves him open. Rivera comes in quickly with a jab and a right hook that is avoided at the last second. The two fighters come together and strike but it's really tentative and nothing comes of it. We're into the final minute of the round. Rivera has an obvious limp as he circles. An exchange of strikes doesn't go anywhere. Limping quite noticeably, Rivera is definitely feeling the damage to his legs. Attacking with intent, Moraes scores with two out of a flurry of three punches but misses with a low kick. Moraes throws a punch but Rivera avoids it. Time expires and we come to the end of round three.

Sherdog Score: I think Moraes took that round, 10-9 on my score card.

Even if he wins all the remaining rounds, I'm not sure Rivera will be able to take the victory without a finish.

Round 4
And here we go, round four! A jab hits home from Moraes and then he scores with a right cross that landed hard. Rivera shoots in for a takedown. The takedown is completed, Moraes is on his back and pulls guard. In guard, Rivera begins working to pass to side control. Moraes allows the pass, but it's just a ploy to allow him to try and scramble. The scramble results in Rivera being on his back pulling half guard. In half guard, Moraes catches his breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body. Moraes fires away with punches, but Rivera doesn't take any undue damage. Rivera tries to get full guard on Moraes but doesn't get anywhere. Moraes throws a few weak-looking punches as he decides on his next move. Rivera uses an underhook to work some separation, then quickly scrambles. He may regret that choice, as it gives Moraes the perfect opportunity to get side control. We pass the halfway mark of this round. Moraes keeps Rivera guessing with a few quick strikes. In side control, Moraes catches his breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body. Rivera tries to transition to a guard, but can't manage it. In side control, Moraes catches his breath, content just to throw a couple of punches to the body. Rivera struggles and gets half guard. Moraes throws a few right hands as he takes a moment to plan ahead. Rivera works some separation, then tries to quickly scramble his way into a better position. He may regret that choice, as it gives Moraes the perfect opportunity to get side control. Moraes tries to pound on Rivera with some short elbows, but all the blows are comfortably dealt with. Time expires and we come to the end of round four.

Sherdog Score: I have to give that round to Moraes, but only a 10-9.

By my scorecard, Rivera is going to lose this fight if it goes to the judges. He needs a finish in this final round.

Round 5
It's the final round and we are back underway! Stepping in, Moraes throws three quick punches, three of which land, and then scores with a crunching leg kick. Rivera is slowing just a little as he starts to get into the gas tank a bit. Moraes is definitely slowing, his gas tank is being challenged here. Moraes comes in looking to strike. Moraes lands a left hand and then catches Rivera with a low kick to the front leg. Rivera comes in, looking for a takedown. Moraes cannot stop the takedown and has to pull guard. Rivera doesn't posture up, perhaps wary of submissions, instead using small strikes while keeping his head on his opponent's chest. Rivera gets pulled in tight, and takes a glancing blow from an elbow strike. Rivera lies on top of Moraes, basically smothering him. Rivera begins trying to pass the guard. He passes guard but loses his control momentarily and a scramble begins. Rivera is left turtled up, facing Moraes. Moraes pounds away with right hands, but doesn't do much damage. Moraes is looking really tired. Rivera stands up but Moraes keeps control of him with a Muay Thai clinch. Moraes tries a knee strike, but Rivera blocks it and wrestles his way out of the Muay Thai clinch. Moraes fails to find a home for his jab, but then lands a big right hand. Limping heavily, Rivera is struggling to move around. They stand and trade, but all the shots are either off target or are safely dealt with. We move into the final sixty seconds of this round. Moraes rolls his shoulders to relax them, then moves forward. Rivera shoots in, looking for a takedown. Rivera gets hold of a leg but Moraes remains standing, hopping on the other foot. With Moraes not going down, Rivera settles for pushing him up against the cage. Rivera exerts total control, keeping Moraes smothered against the cage. The gruelling grappling contest continues until the bell with both fighters looking to avoid leaving any openings.The time runs out and that round is over, and so is the fight.

Sherdog Score: I'd say that was definitely 10-9 in favour of Moraes. (50-45 Moraes)

The judges' scores are now being announced. The judges score the contest as 50-44 , 50-45 and 50-45.

Making Marlon Moraes the winner by unanimous decision!

Official Result: Marlon Moraes def. Jimmie Rivera by Unanimous Decision in 5:00 of Round 5.



UFC Fight Night: Rivera vs. Moraes
Date: June 1, 2018
Venue: Adirondack Bank Center
Local: Utica, New York, USA
Attendence: 2,625
Gate: $ 565,950


Main Event

Bantamweight Bout: Jimmie Rivera (21-1) vs. Marlon Moraes (20-5-1) - Marlon Moraes win by Unanimous Decision.

Co-Main Event

Lightweight Bout: Gregor Gillespie (11-0) vs. Vinc Pichel (11-1) - Gregor Gillespie win by Unanimous Decision.

Heavyweight Bout: Walt Harris (10-7) vs. Daniel Spitz (6-1) - Walt Harris win by TKO (Strikes) in 4:35 of Round 1.

Welterweight Bout: Jake Ellenberger (31-13) vs. Ben Saunders (21-9-2) - Ben Saunders win by TKO (Strikes) in 1:52 of Round 2.

Featherweight Bout: Kyle Bochniak (8-3) vs. Daniel Teymur (6-1) - Kyle Bochniak win by Unanimous Decision.

Light Heavyweight Bout: Gian Villante (16-9) vs. Sam Alvey (32-10-1 NC) - Sam Alvey win by TKO (Strikes) in 1:55 of Round 2.

Preliminary Card

Women's Flyweight Bout: Sijara Eubanks (2-2) vs. Lauren Murphy (10-3) - Lauren Murphy win by TKO (Strikes) in 0:20 of Round 2.

Lightweight Bout: Nik Lentz (28-8-2-1 NC) vs. David Teymur (7-1) - Nik Lentz win by Submission (Guillotine Choke) in 1:46 of Round 1.

Welterweight Bout: Niko Price (11-1-1 NC) vs. Belal Muhammad (13-2) - Belal Muhammad win by Unanimous Decision.

Lightweight Bout: Desmond Green (20-7) vs. Gleison Tibau (33-13) - Gleison Tibau win by Submission (Kimura) in 3:43 of Round 1.

Women's Strawweight Bout: Jessica Aguilar (19-6) vs. Jodie Esquibel (6-3) - Jodie Esquibel win by Unanimous Decision.

Bantamweight Bout: Johnny Eduardo (28-11) vs. Albert Morales (7-4-1) - Johnny Eduardo win by TKO (Strikes) in 3:11 of Round 1.

Flyweight Bout: Hector Sandoval (14-4) vs. Jarred Brooks (13-1) - Hector Sandoval win by Split Decision.

Bonus

Fight of the Night: Marlon Moraes vs. Jimmie Rivera

Performance of the Night: Walt Harris / Nik Lentz


Post Fight



Dana White: “Moraes was great tonight. Surely he will be the next challenger in the Bantamweight Division.”

Moraes: “I showed Rivera the fighter that I am. I dominated it in all areas. If the UFC need, I am ready to compete for the title."

Rivera: “It was not my best presentation. I was disappointed because I did a good preparation."

Gillespie: “Having the local support was great. That motivated me more, I wanted to have finished the fight but Pichel is a tough guy."

End Post Fight.

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Predictions

mattu29
UFC Fight Night: Rivera vs. Moraes - 9 / 4

Zmac32
UFC Fight Night: Rivera vs. Moraes - 6 / 7

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