The Spike TV-televised event is headlined by a pair of lightweight matchups, as The Ultimate Fighter 5 winner Nate Diaz squares off against “The Young Assassin” Mevin Guillard and undefeated 155-pounder Gray Maynard takes on a returning Roger Huerta.
MMAFrenzy.com will be providing live results from the 11-bout card beginning with preliminary card results around 5pm ET following by coverage of the four-fight main starting at 8pm ET.
UFC FIGHT NIGHT 19 LIVE RESULTS
- Nate Diaz def. Melvin Guillard via submission (guillotine) — Round 2, 2:13
- Gray Maynard def. Roger Huerta via split decision (30-27, 28-29, 30-27)
- Carlos Condit def. Jake Ellenberger via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
- Nate Quarry def. Tim Credeur via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 29-28)
- Brian Stann def. Steve Cantwell via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
- Mike Pyle def. Chris Wilson via submission (guillotine) — Round 3, 2:15
- C.B. Dollaway def. Jay Silva via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
- Phillipe Nover vs. Sam Stout*
- Jeremy Stephens def. Justin Buchholz via TKO (cut) — Round 1, 3:32
- Mike Pierce def. Brock Larson via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
- Ryan Jensen def. Steven Steinbeiss via submission (guillotine) — Round 1, 3:56
* Nover-Stout was canceled after Nover suffered a seizure backstage, however, “He is ok,” said UFC President Dana White.
UFN 19 Live Commentary
- Nate Diaz vs. Melvin Guillard: Guillard dropped Diaz with a right hand early but his refusal to go to the ground may have cost him the fight as Diaz return to his feet and recovered. Guillard continued to connect on the feet throughout the first, opening up a gash above Diaz’s eye, but once Diaz got Guillard to the ground in the second it was quickly over as he secured one of his well-known guillotines and forced Guillard to tap.
- Gray Maynard vs. Roger Huerta: In what was likely his final UFC fight for the indefinite future, Huerta survived a tight kimura in the third to drop a split decision to Gray Maynard, who remained undefeated and solidified his status as a lightweight contender with his sixth-straight UFC win.
- Carlos Condit vs. Jake Ellenberger: Ellenberger looked solid in his UFC debut and nearly finished Condit in the opening round, but the former WEC champ recovered strongly to win by split decision.
- Nate Quarry vs. Tim Credeur: Credeur bested Quarry in the opening round, but Quarry came back strong, dropping Credeur in the second and third to win the slugfest by unanimous decision.
- Brian Stann vs. Steve Cantwell: Stann won his rubber match with Cantwell by sticking to his gameplan and keeping his distance throughout the fight to take the unanimous decision.
- Mike Pyle vs. Chris Wilson: The first two rounds were close but both likely won by Pyle, who then forced Wilson to tap to a guillotine in the final frame.
- CB Dollaway vs. Jay Silvs: Silva managed to drop Dollaway in the second and connect with punches and a flying knee in the third, but Dollaway’s takedowns and ground control won him the decision.
- Jeremy Stephens vs. Justin Buchholz: Stephens got the better of his exchanges with Buchholz, opening up a deep cut above Buchholz’ right eye that forced the fight to be halted in the opening round.
- Mike Pierce vs. Brock Larson: Mike Pierce reportedly earned the decision via takedowns and top control, though neither fighter offered up much offense.
- Ryan Jensen vs. Steve Steinbeiss: Jensen-Steinbeiss ended controversially as Steinbeiss appeared to give the referee a “thumbs up” from inside the guillotine as he stepped in to check Steinbeiss’ condition. Despite the “thumbs up,” the referee stopped the fight and declared Jensen the winner.
The Ultimate Fighter 10: Heavyweights, whose 16-fighter cast includes popular street fighter Kimbo Slice and former IFL champ Roy Nelson, debuts immediately after UFC Fight Night 19, so stick around MMAFrenzy.com after the fights for post-UFN 19 coverage as well as a recap of the first episode of TUF 10.
Pictured: Roger Huerta