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UFC 113 Live Results and Play-by-Play for “Machida vs. Shogun 2″

Lyoto Machida and Mauricio Shogun RuaWelcome to’s live coverage of “UFC 113: Machida vs. Shogun 2,” which takes place today at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada.

UFC 113 is headlined by a rematch between light heavyweight champ Lyoto Machida and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua, and also features a matchup between welterweight contenders Josh Koscheck and Paul Daley as well as Kimbo Slice vs. Matt Mitrione.

Join starting at 7:30pm ET for live UFC 113 preliminary card results, followed by live results and play-by-play for the pay-per-view UFC 113 main card beginning at 10pm.

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  • Mauricio “Shogun” Rua def. Lyoto Machida via KO (punches) – Round 1, 3:35
    UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
  • Josh Koscheck def. Paul Daley via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Jeremy Stephens def. Sam Stout via split decision (30-27, 29-28, 28-29)
  • Matt Mitrione def. Kimbo Slice via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 4:24
  • Alan Belcher def. Patrick Cote via submission (rear naked choke) – Round 2, 3:25


  • Joe Doerksen def. Tom Lawlor via submission (rear naked choke) – Round 2, 2:10
  • Marcus Davis def. Jonathan Goulet via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 1:23
  • Johny Hendricks def. TJ Grant via majority decision (29-27, 29-27, 28-28)
  • Joey Beltran def. Tim Hague via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 29-28)
  • Mike Guymon def. Yoshiyuki Yoshida via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • John Salter def. Jason MacDonald via TKO (injury – broken ankle) – Round 1, 2:42

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Round 1 – Belcher throwing kicks early while Cote looks to counter. Cote absorbs some kicks to the body, then gets caught below the belt and the bout’s stopped briefly. Cote connects with a flurry on the restart, then Belcher fires back more kicks. Cote finds the mark with more punches, followed by more kicks for Belcher. Cote catches a kick and takes Belcher to the canvas, then passes to half guard and works a kimura. Belcher escapes and gets into Cote’s half guard, then passes to side control. Cote looks to escape, but Belcher stays on top and closes with some ground and pound that cuts Cote. gives the first for Belcher 10-9, but it’s close.

Round 2 – Belcher and Cote trade shots, then the fight is stopped as Belcher forgot his mouthpiece. More kicks from Belcher on the restart then Cote presses forward with punches. Cote connects with a series of big punches, but Belcher ties him up against the fence. They trade knees in the clinch, then both connect with punches as they separate. Cote scores a takedown, but Belcher returns to his feet and slams Cote face-first to the ground. Belcher takes Cote’s back and forces him to tap to a rear naked choke.

Alan Belcher def. Patrick Cote via submission (rear naked choke) – Round 2, 3:25


Round 1 – Mitrione grins as he goes toe-to-toe with Kimbo and fires a head kick that misses to start the bout. Kimbo connects with a short right, then slams Mitrione to the ground. Slice gets caught in a triangle but escapes and goes to work from side control, but Mitrione gets back to half guard. Mitrione works back to his feet, but Kimbo gets another takedown and punches from Mitrione’s guard. Mitrione looks for another takedown, but Kimbo escapes and they return to their feet. Right from Slice, then Mitrione misses with a head kick. Knee by Mitrione, followed by leg kick. Mitrione trips Kimbo with a kick then lands a punch before grabbing a choke, but Slice survives until the bell. scores the first for Mitrione 10-9.

Round 2 – Mitrione punching to begin the second, but Kimbo grabs a kick and looks for a takedown but Mitrione stays on his feet. Kimbo misses and Mitrione catches him with a counter, then batters him with leg kicks and Kimbo eventually drops. Mitrione looks for a choke, but Kimbo gets back to his feet. Another combo for Mitrione before Slice works for another takedown but falls to the canvas. Mitrione again works for an anaconda, then gives it up and tees off with knees to the midsection of Slice. Mitrione gets mount and works ground and pound. It’s not spectacular, but Slice is doing little to defend himself. Mitrione works an Americana, then goes back to ground and pound and the fight is stopped.

Matt Mitrione def. Kimbo Slice via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 4:24


Round 1 – Stephens opens with a leg kick and Stout counters. Stephens catches a kick and scores an early takedown but Stout scrambles back to his feet. Powerful punches by Stephens finding their mark and Stout staggers, but comes back with a leg kick. They trade punches to the body, then kicks. Stephens hurts Stout with a right, then catches him with a knee as he return to his feet. Stout firing leg kicks, while Stephens lands a spinning back fist. Stephens finds the mark with more punches, but Stout continues to more forward and throws leg kicks. Combo by Stout lands, and Stephens counters. Stephens blasting away with powerful punches, but Stout continues to pressure as the round ends. scores the first for Stephens 10-9.

Round 2 – Stout connects with leg kicks to begin the second, but Stephens catches one and tags him with a punch and he stumbles to the ground. Stephens follows him down and Stout grabs am arm but gives up on the submission and they return to their feet. Stout moves forward with more leg kicks and occasional punches, while Stephens largely counters with punches and checks the kicks. Stephens shoots for a takedown, but quickly gives it up and throws punches as he separates. Stout changing levels with his kick, then Stephens connects with some more powerful punches. Late combos for both fail to find their mark. scores the round for Stephens 10-9.

Round 3 – Stout catches Stephens in the groin with an inside leg kick, but they restart after a brief break. Stout and Stephens trade body kicks and Stephens follows it up with more kicks. The action slows as they continue to circle, then Stephens catches him with a big knee. Stout hurts Stephens with a leg kick and follows it up with more punches. On the ground, Stephens connects with some elbows before they return to their feet. Stephens and Stout settle back in and trade punches, then Stephens scores a late takedown but Stout’s immediately back on his feet and they trade a few more shots before the bout ends. gives the third to Stout 10-9, but Stephens takes the decision 29-28.

Jeremy Stephens def. Sam Stout via split decision (30-27, 29-28, 28-29)


Round 1 – Daley leaps for a flying knee in the opening seconds, but Koscheck avoids and both fighters settle in. Daley throwing more punches early, but they fail to connect before Koscheck gets an early takedown. Daley looks to get back to his feet, but Koscheck keeps him on the ground and goes to work from side control. Koscheck steps in to half guard, but Daley goes a good job limiting damage. Daley pushes him away, but Koscheck takes his back and works for a rear naked choke. Daley escapes and scrambles to his feet, but hits Koscheck with an illegal knee and a point is immediately taken. Replay shows the knee narrowly grazed Koscheck if it connected at all and the fight resumes. Koscheck grabs Daley but the round ends as a “F*** you Koscheck” chant erupts from the crowd. scores the first for Koscheck 10-9 after referee Dan Miragliotta says a point won’t be taken as the knee missed.

Round 2 – Koscheck immediately looks for a takedown to start the second and successfully gets Daley to the canvas. Daley manages to control Koscheck and prevents damage, and also prevents him from passing. Koscheck finally breaks free and connects with some ground and pound, but Daley quickly ties him up again and they’re now against the fence. Koscheck takes Daley’s back, but the action stalls. Koscheck finally connects with some punches before the round ends. gives the second to Koscheck 10-9, putting him up 20-18.

Round 3 – Koscheck circles away as Daley looks to connect with punches early in the third. Koscheck shoots and Daley catches him with a knee, but Koscheck presses him against the fence then drags him to the ground. Koscheck throws occasional punches from half guard, while Daley seems content to maintain control. Koscheck escapes and passes to mount. Daley tries to hip escape, but Koscheck hangs on though he’s unable to connect with much offense. Daley tries to escape, but Koscheck maintains control until the bout ends. scores the round for Koscheck 10-9, giving him the fight 30-27.

Daley punches Koscheck after the fight ends, but Koscheck doesn’t retaliate and they’re immediately separated, though Daley will undoubtedly be suspended at best.

Josh Koscheck def. Paul Daley via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

UFC Light Heavyweight Championship

Round 1 – “Shogun” opens with a leg kick then rushes forward with punches. Machida fires back with punches, then more leg kicks for Rua. “Shogun” presses ahead with punches and looks for a takedown, but Machida reverses into half guard. Rua works back to his feet and works knees in the clinch then they separate. “Shogun” rushes forward again with more punches that connect, but Machida gets another takedown. Rua stands, but eats a knee to the body. Knees by Rua in the clinch, then Lyoto lands one as they separate. “Shogun” drops Machida and knocks him out cold with punches on the ground.

Mauricio “Shogun” Rua def. Lyoto Machida via KO (punches) – Round 1, 3:35

Pictured: Lyoto Machida and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua

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