UFC 126 Results and Analysis: UFC 126 Silva vs Belfort Post Fight Results– The results of the UFC 126 is already here, and few minutes from now we will be able to determine whom among the two main event fight will win the championship bout. Let us all find out what it takes to be the middleweight championship winner as Anderson Silva will have a showdown against Vitor Belfort at Mandalay Bay and Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The game will have a kick off time of 10:00 pm EST.
Apparently, a middleweight title clash pitting the reigning and defending 185-pound kingpin Anderson Silvaagainst former teammate Vitor Belfort has become official, as both fighters stepped on the scales at 185-pounds on the nose.
We take a look at Belfort’s knock outs of Tra Telligman, Marvin Eastman and Wanderlei Silva. Belfort trainer Ron Frazier says Silva is going to see something he’s never seen in the cage before: Someone who has better hands and someone who is as fast, if not faster, as he is.
Aside from the main bout, we are also about to witness with the two critical light-heavyweight bouts on the card. First, we will about to witness a showdown between former champions Forrest Griffin as he meet face to face Rich Franklin. And secondly, the battle between two of the UFC’s biggest rising starts, Jon Jones and Ryan Bader is about to happen right after the first bout.
Furthermore, now it’s back to Silva and a look at his UFC 117 fight with Chael Sonnen. For good measure, the UFC has decided to throw in some of Sonnen’s best trash-talking clips. Moreso, Soares says Silva went into that fight with the goal of submitting Sonnen, because when have you ever seen Silva go into a fight wearing a gi?
Perhaps the most interesting happenings of the weigh-ins was the headliner, where Brazilians Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort squared off in a heated stare down. “The Spider” made light of Vitor’s comments heading into the championship contest, wearing a white mask mocking Belfort’s comments of the previously figurative additive to which he attributes to the facade the Silva puts on pre-fight. The two went nose-to-nose and were held back by UFC execs before matters could escalate.
Here is the official UFC 126 results which will bring you of what happened in every match or bout that we have witnessed. Find out whom among the fighters win in the UFC 126 Fight Results. Please stay tuned here for more updates with regards to UFC 126 results, UFC 126 Play-by-Play, UFC 126 Video Replay and UFC 126 Post Conference.
UFC 126 Main Card (Pay-per-view)
* Champ Anderson Silva () vs. Vitor Belfort (185)
Silva defeated Belfort a via KO (front kick) at 4:25 of round 1 to retain the UFC Middleweight Championship.
* Forrest Griffin (205) vs. Rich Franklin (203)
Griffin defeated Franklin via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
* Ryan Bader (205) vs. Jon Jones (206)
Jones defeated Bader via submission (Guillotine choke) at 4:20 of round 2.
* Jake Ellenberger (171) vs. Carlos Eduardo Rocha (170)
Ellenberger defeated Rocha via split decision (27-30, 29-28, 29-28).
* Antonio Banuelos (136) vs. Miguel Torres (136)
Torres defeated Banuelos via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
UFC 126 Preliminary Fight Card (Spike TV)
* Paul Kelly (155) vs. Donald Cerrone (155)
Cerrone defeated Kelly via submission (rear naked choke) at 3:48 of round 2.
* Chad Mendes (146) vs. Michihiro Omigawa (146)
Mendes defeated Omigawa via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).
UFC 126 Preliminary Fight Card (Facebook)
* Demetrious Johnson (136) vs. Norifumi “Kid” Yamamoto (135)
Johnson defeated Yamamoto via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27).
UFC 126 Preliminary Fight Card (Untelevised)
* Gabe Ruediger (155) vs. Paul Taylor (156)
Taylor defeated Ruediger via KO (strikes) at 1:42 of round 2.
* Kyle Kingsbury (205) vs. Ricardo Romero (205)
Kingsbury defeated Romero via TKO (strikes) at 0:21 of round 1. This bout aired on Spike TV following the Mendes vs. Omigawa fight.
* Mike Pierce (172)* vs. Kenny Robertson (170)
Pierce defeated Robertson via TKO (punches) at 0:29 of round 2.