UFC 249 Results

Amidst a global pandemic and socioeconomic stress boiling to an all-time high, the Octagon miraculously came to Jacksonville, Florida like the prodigal son for an impressive return to form. While unfortunately losing Jacare Souza vs. Uriah Hall, the card still delivered some ridiculous scraps, some questionable stoppages and a suspicious retirement. Truly, the UFC is back.

Here are the full results from last night’s card:

Main Card

(C) Justin Gaethje def. Tony Ferguson via TKO (punches), Rd 5

(C) Henry Cejudo def. Dominick Cruz via TKO (knees and punches), Rd 2

Francis N’Gannou def. Jairzinho Rozenstruik via KO (punches), Rd 1

Calvin Kattar def. Jeremy Stephens via TKO via TKO (elbow and punches), Rd 2

Greg Hardy def. Yorgan de Castro via Unanimous Decision


Anthony Pettis def. Donald Cerrone via Unanimous Decision

Aleksei Oleinik def. Fabricio Werdum via Split Decision

Carla Esaprza def. Michelle Waterson via Split Decision

Vicente Luque def. Niko Price via TKO (doctor stoppage), Rd 3

Bryce Mitchell def. Charles Rosa via Unanimous Decision

Ryan Spann def. Sam Alvey via Split Decision


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