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UFC Fight Night 47 Results

Andrew Ravens

UFC Fight Night 47

FRANKIE SAENZ (8-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) VS. NOLAN TICMAN (4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Round 1: They touch them up, Saenz with opening leg kicks. Pressing the action, scoring points. Saenz presses forward as Ticman lands a body shot and Saenz takes him down for a moment. Ticman back to his feet in the opening minute. Ticman with a big right hand. They both exchange, Saenz with a stick and move. Saenz presses in and eats a right hand by Ticman. Ticman with a body kick, Saenz flies in and clinches for a moment. Saenz swinging, but missing and he slides out. Back to standing. Saenz with a wild uppercut, but misses and Tickman lands a short jab. Saenz looking for a overhand right, but Tickman just getting out of the way. They exchange in the pocket with Saenz landing a leg kick. Saenz with a left/right combo, Ticman with a knee and a kick to the body followed by a led uppercut. Saenz attempts a flying knee, but defended well by Ticman. Saenz lands a big knee to the gut of Ticman. Saenz shoves down Ticman and lands on top. We end the round like this.

Round 2: Ticman with a kick to the body, but Saenz rushes him and lands some strikes. Saenz with a leg, then strike combo. Saenz gets a double leg takedown followed by hammer fist. Ticman get’s back to his feet of a scramble. Saenz just misses a head kick. Ticman with a solid right hook. Saenz goes in on a single leg, get’s him on the fence and landing knee shots to the gut. Saenz stays on him and get’s the back of Ticman while landing knees to the back of Ticman’s knee. Saenz can’t get the takedown, but is staying on Ticman and landing effective strikes. Cage control! They break and the fans enjoy that. Saenz trips and Ticman starts firing away with uppercuts. Ticman with a hook, a body kick. Saenz answers with a body kick. Saenz with a straight jab and puts him on the fence where he fires away. Ticman is stunned and falls, Saenz continues to put pressure on Ticman, but Ticman recovers and we go to the final round.

Round 3: Saenz attempts a flying knee, but just misses. Saenz feels the end, just trying to get there. Saenz lands another, he puts Ticman on the fence and get’s a takedown that leads to a rear naked choke. Ticman slides out and is on the outside with Saenz’s back on the fence. They scramble, Saenz puts Ticman on the fence and starts landing knees to Ticman. Saenz starts firing away on Ticman. At this point, Ticman is just trying to get to the sound of the bell. Saenz lands a big time elbow while using that cage control. Ticman slides out to stop the beating and they go the distance.

Result: Frankie Saenz def. Nolan Ticman via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Division: Bantamweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 2

SAM ALVEY (22-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC) VS. TOM WATSON (16-7 MMA, 1-3 UFC)
Round 1: Watson comes out and Alvey looks a bit scared. Watson with a head kick. Alvey with a flurry of strikes. Watson continues to fire away with leg kicks. Alvey not throwing a ton in the early going. Avley lands a big time uppercut that drops Watson, he swarms, and lands a big knee to the face of Watson. However, Watson get’s up and clinches with Alvey. They break, Watson lands a big left and Alvey is looking tired. Watson with a series of elbows followed by a straight right. Alvey attempts a superman punch, but misses. Watson fires away to end the round.

Round 2: Alvey is bleeding from his noise, Watson clinches and puts him on the fence. Watson with a big left hook, but Alvey lands a good flurry of strikes. Watson lands a leg kick and that is a good story of this fight. Picking apart. Watson lands a left hook and is looking to finish this fight. Play time is over. Watson with an elbow, with a minute left, Alvey comes alive. Alvey with lefts, rights and showing some life. Watson with a big time left hook and we go to the bell.

Round 3: Alvey comes out swinging, Alvey with an uppercut. They exchange, but Alvey starts throwing lefts and rights. He is T’ing off, good god! Watson staying strong, but Alvey is throwing everything at him. These two are just swinging! things calm down and Watson lands a nice three straight combo. They exchange in the pocket, Alvey with a combo as Watson clinches with him. They exchange to the bell.

Result: Tom Watson def. Sam Alvey via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Division: Middleweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 2

SARA MCMANN (7-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) VS. LAUREN MURPHY (8-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Round 1: McMann comes out and attempts to get a single leg, in which she does. Murphy fires away with elbows off her back. Murphy staying very active off her back, McMann still on top. Murphy grabs the fence to attempt to get up. However, McMann is staying on her and working with short, but effective strikes. We stay here the entire round…

Round 2: They come out swinging, Murphy trips McMann and she falls, but right back up. McMann clinches and puts Murphy on the fence. McMann get’s the take down and we go back to the first round. McMann is in top position, both girls are staying active. Murphy makes her way back to her feet, but McMann shoots in and puts her on the fence for a clinch. McMann get’s another takedown and we go to the bell.

Round 3: Final round, Murphy is very urginatencey and looking to put something together. McMann holds her own as she fires away to keep Murphy away. McMann shoots in for a single leg, she get’s her down as Murphy fires away with elbows. Murphy get’s back to her feet, After a few moments go by, McMann shoots in again and get’s the takedown. Murphy holds on for dear life as she get’s to her feet with McMann searching for another takedown. Murphy fires away with more elbows. They get back up to their feet and bang it out to the bell.

Result: Sara McMann def. Lauren Murphy via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Division: Women’s bantamweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 2

JUSSIER FORMIGA (16-3 MMA, 2-2 UFC) VS. ZACH MAKOVSKY (18-4 MMA, 2-0 UFC)
Round 1: A feeling out process early, Formiga goes for a waist takedown, he get’s it and has Zach’s back. Zach is scrambling, Formiga is doing a good job of holding on. Zach reverses and gets top position. Formiga fires away strikes from the bottom as Zach get’s in position. Formiga makes his way up to his feet and we go back to striking. Zach misses with a superman punch, Formiga clinches and get’s the takedown leading into top position. .

Round 2: Zach misses a wild right, Formiga just misses a wild head kick. Zach get’s a double leg takedown, but Formiga scrambles to his feet. Zach with a good one, two punch. Formiga with another waist lock that leads to him jumping on the back of Zach. Formiga get’s Zach down to the ground and has back control. Formiga is looking for the rear naked choke, but Zach is putting up a good defense.

Round 3: Zach keeps shooting in on a superman punch, but Formiga side steps and get’s the takedown leading into top position. Zach reverses and gets top position where he lands a big time right hook. Zach continues to ground and pound Formiga. This is how we end this fight.

Result: Jussier Formiga def. Zach Makovsky via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Division: Flyweight
Rankings: Formiga No. 6, Makovsky No. 10
Broadcast: FOX Sports 2

ROBBIE PERALTA (18-4 MMA, 4-1 UFC) VS. THIAGO TAVARES (18-5-1 MMA, 7-6-1 UFC)
Round 1: Thiago shoots in, presses Peralta on the cage and get’s a single leg takedown into side control. Thiago get’s the back of Peralta, but Peralta get’s to his feet. He drives himself back first into the cage. However, Thiago drops down and attempts for a rear naked choke. Thiago flattens him out and ground and pounds Peralta. Thiago transitions into mount, he continues the onslaught. Thiago eventually get’s the back of Peralta and locks in the rear naked choke for the win.

Result: Robbie Peralta via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:27 of R1
Division: Featherweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

SHAWN JORDAN (15-6 MMA, 3-3 UFC) VS. JACK MAY (7-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC)
Round 1: They exchange in the pocket with Jordan finishing with a left hook. May just misses with a head kick. Jordan with a quick combo, he clinches and puts May on the fence. Not for long as May slides out. May with a overhand right, but Jordan answers with one of his own. They exchange, Jordan just misses with a huge overhand right. Jordan has a cut right above his left eye. Jordan shoots in on a single leg, and get’s it. Nicely done, Jordan in side control he fires away until the bell.

Round 2: May with a huge left hook that stuns Jordan and opens him up. He has a pretty good cut over his right eye. May starts landing and he stuns Jordan, he swarms in and they are throwing bombs! Jordan with a quick takedown and get’s mount. May scrambles and bucks Jordan off the mount position. However, Jordan is keep control. May scrambles out, Jordan still in top position. Jordan get’s mount, but the bell sounds at the wrong time for Jordan.

Round 3: May attempts a knee shot, but Jordan grabs it and gets a takedown from it. Jordan swarms May from back mount and is trying to finish. Jordan is landing elbows at will. Jordan ground and pounds May into submission!

Result: Shawn Jordan def. Jack May by TKO at 2:03 of the third round.
Division: Heavyweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

SETH BACZYNSKI (19-11 MMA, 5-4 UFC) VS. ALAN JOUBAN (9-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Round 1: Alan lands a right hook, they are still feeling each other out. Alan land a nice left hook. Alan lands a nice left hook. Baczynski is trying to find his range. Alan lands a head kick, but Baczynski lands a straight right that stuns Alan. Baczynski rushes in, and Alan clinches. Baczynski get’s out and is on the hunt. Baczynski shoots in on a double and get’’s the takedown. Baczynski fires away as Alan scrambles to his feet. Baczynski with a knee to the face of Alan Baczynski shoots in, but Alan lands a knee to the face of Baczynski. Baczynski throws a elbow, but Alan lands a knee. Alan with a nice combo that hurts Baczynski, he swarms and drops him!

Result: Alan Jouban def. Seth Baczynski via KO (punch) at 4:23 of R1
Division: Welterweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

TIM BOETSCH (17-7 MMA, 8-6 UFC) VS. BRAD TAVARES (12-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC)
Round 1: Boetsch shoots in right away, but Brad sprawls out. Brad clinches and puts him on the fence. Brad fires way, but Boetsch slides out and we are standing once again. Boetsch with a waist lock and looking for another takedown. Brad reverses and clinches with Boetsch where he opens up a cut on Boetsch. Brad lands a big time right hand. Boetsch lands a right hook while Brad lands a right uppercut. Boetsch starts swinging for the fences when he throws. He is looking for a knockout. Boetsch with a right hand followed by a takedown that is stuffed. Boetsch goes for another takedown, but it’s blocked and Brad get’s the back of Boetsch. Boetsch get’s to his feet, but Brad is landing knee after knee shot while in the clinch to end the round.

Round 2: Brad comes out and clinches right with Boetsch. That cut that Boetsch has is bad. Boetsch slides out and we are back standing. Boetsch scoops in, but Brad slides out. They clinch on the fence, both reversing and landing their own strikes. The referee breaks them up and we go back to striking. Boetsch drops Brad with a right hand, then a head kick and this one is over! This place just went nuts!

Result: Tim Boetsch def. Brad Tavares via TKO (punch) – Round 2, 3:18
Division: Middleweight
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

GRAY MAYNARD (11-3-1 MMA, 9-3-1 UFC) VS. ROSS PEARSON (15-7 MMA, 7-4 UFC)
Round 1: Gray with two back to back left hooks. Pearson lands a right hook. In and out, both fighters looking for range. Gray shoots in on a double, he puts Pearson on the fence to apply more pressure. Pearson get’s back to his feet and we are striking. Pearson with a right hook, Gray with a left/right combo and then a takedown. Gray in top position, but Pearson scrambles to his feet. They trade in the pocket, and we are going to the second round.

Round 2: Both guys leaning in and out, almost colliding heads is the story of this fight up until this point. Gray shoots in, Pearson giving his takedown defense a work out in this one. Gray clinches while Pearson is on the fence. They trade and slide out of the clinch. Pearson with a big right hand and that stuns Gray. Pearson swarms and finishes Gray Maynard with swarming right hands!

Result: Ross Pearson def. Gray Maynard via TKO (punches) at 1:35 of R2
Division: Lightweight
Rankings: Maynard No. 13
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

RYAN BADER (17-4 MMA, 10-4 UFC) VS. OVINCE SAINT PREUX (16-5 MMA, 4-0 UFC)
Round 1: Bader with an opening leg kick. Bader shoots in and get’s a double leg takedown. Bader is in side control, Preux scrambles out and get’s back to his feet. Preux presses forward with a flurry of strikes. They exchange and Bader continues to look for the takedown. Bader get’s a late round takedown.

Round 2: Preux comes out swinging, Bader stays composed. Preux starts up body kicks and Bader is trying to stay away from those. Bader with a wild left hook, he shoots in, but Preux shrugs him off. Preux get’s a takedown and right into guard. Bader scrambles out and they exchange to the bell.

Round 3: They come out swinging, Bader shoots in on a double leg and get’s the takedown. Preux right back to his feet, but Bader drags Preux right back down. Bader into side control, Preux scrambles out. However, Bader stays consitant and drags him back down where he ground and pounds Preux in guard. Preux continues to attempt to scramble out and get’s to his feet.

Round 4: Preux lands a flurry of strikes, but Bader clinches and controls the action. They break, Preux attempted to shoot in, but Bader stuffs it. Bader with a left hook, he attempts a double leg takedown. Bader get’s Preux back and continues to land strikes. Preux makes his way up to his feet, Bader drags Preux right back down. Bader stays on top of Preux and controls the action to the bell.

Round 5: Preux lands a big overhand right. Preux shoots in on a double leg, and get’s it. Preux transitions into side control, Bader scrambles and get’s to his feet. Bader reverses a throw and get’s his own takedown. Bader in guard, but Preux get’s back to his feet. This turns into a dogfight of who can get a takedown and stick with it. We make it all five rounds and our winner is…

Result: Ryan Bader def. Ovince St. Preux by Unan Dec (48-47, 49-46, 49-46)
Division: Light heavyweight
Rankings: Bader No. 9, Saint Preux No. 14
Broadcast: FOX Sports 1

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