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UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva Live Fight Results

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UFC returns to Las Vegas with a Halloween treat for fans as No. 10 ranked middleweight Uriah Hall takes on legendary former champion Anderson Silva in a clash of two of the most dynamic strikers in the sport. In the co-main event, No. 15 ranked featherweight Bryce Mitchell looks to defend his spot in the rankings against the always-entertaining Andre Fili. All bouts will stream live on ESPN+ in English and Spanish.
 
Hall (16-9, fighting out of Queens, N.Y.) first made waves as a standout on season 17 of The Ultimate Fighter, where he put his highlight reel striking on display with some of the most devastating finishes in the show’s history. Since joining the UFC, Hall has continued to develop his elite reputation with stoppages of Gegard Mousasi, Chris Leben and Bevon Lewis. He now intends to claim the biggest victory of his career when he takes on personal idol and former UFC middleweight champion Silva.
 
Longtime middleweight king Silva (34-10 1 NC, fighting out of Curitiba, Brazil) is considered by many to be the greatest mixed martial arts athlete of all time. The record holder for the longest win streak in UFC history, Silva established himself as one of the best ever with extraordinary stoppage wins over Vitor Belfort, Forrest Griffin and Dan Henderson. He now seeks to deliver a vintage performance in what could be the final bout of his career.
 
Rising featherweight prospect Mitchell (13-1, fighting out of Sherwood, Ark.) has quickly become a fan favorite for his relentless fighting style and unique personality. First discovered on The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated, Mitchell turned heads when he became just the second athlete in UFC history to secure a twister submission against fellow prospect Matt Sayles. Now, Mitchell looks to stay undefeated in the UFC and move towards the top 10 rankings with another dominant showing.
 
Fili (21-7, fighting out of Sacramento, Calif.) aims to take out his second prospect in a row and break into the featherweight rankings. A member of the UFC since 2013, Fili has consistently proven himself to be among the most entertaining athletes on the roster with victories over Sheymon Moraes, Artem Lobov and Gabriel Benitez. He now plans to become the first person in the UFC to defeat Mitchell and make a statement to the rest of the division.
 

What time is UFC Vegas12? 

  • Main Card: 7pm ET / 4pm PT on ESPN+
  • Prelims: 4pm ET / 1pm PT on ESPN+

UFC Fight Night Hall vs Silva Results:

 

Uriah Hall vs Anderson Silva: Idol Becomes Rival
Uriah Hall vs Anderson Silva: Idol Becomes Rival
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Miles Johns vs Kevin Natividad

UFC Vegas 12: Miles Johns secures his first UFC Finish
UFC Vegas 12: Miles Johns secures his first UFC Finish
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Bantamweight prospect Miles Johns bounced back from the lone loss of his pro career with an emphatic third-round knockout of Kevin Natividad in the opener.

Johns got off to a solid start, working his jab with great efficiency and marking up Natividad’s forehead in the process. Add in a couple quick takedowns and Natividad had some work to do as round two commenced. Natividad put in that work, but so did Johns in a close round that likely went to the Texan. In the third, the Hawaiian pressed in an attempt to turn the fight around, but as the two broke from a clinch, a single right uppercut from Johns ended matters, with the official time of Chris Tognoni’s stoppage 2:51 of round three.

UFC Vegas 12: Miles Johns Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Miles Johns Post-Fight Interview
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With the win, Johns moves to 11-1. Natividad falls to 9-2.

Official Result: Miles Johns def. Kevin Natividad by KO at 2:51 of Round 3

Dustin Jacoby vs Justin Ledet

UFC Vegas 12: Dustin Jacoby marks his return to the UFC with a first round TKO
UFC Vegas 12: Dustin Jacoby marks his return to the UFC with a first round TKO
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After eight years away from the UFC, light heavyweight Dustin Jacoby returned to the Octagon via Dana White’s Contender Series, and in his first fight back, he impressively halted Justin Ledet in a single round.

Jacoby sent a message with his first right hand, and while he ate a couple 1-2s from Ledet, he roared back with kicks to the leg that dropped the Texan. Ledet rose, but a right uppercut sent him back down, bringing in referee Chris Tognoni to halt matters at 2:38 of the opening round.

UFC Vegas 12: Dustin Jacoby Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Dustin Jacoby Post-Fight Interview
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Official Result: Dustin Jacoby def. Justin Ledet by TKO at 2:38 of Round 1

Cole Williams vs Jason Witt

UFC Vegas 12: Jason Witt secures his 8th submission win in Las Vegas
UFC Vegas 12: Jason Witt secures his 8th submission win in Las Vegas
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With a full camp under his belt, welterweight veteran Jason Witt got his first UFC win in his second trip to the Octagon, submitting Cole Williams in round two.

Witt dumped Williams to the mat in the opening 20 seconds and got down to business, keeping his foe grounded for the rest of the round as he fired off ground strikes, cutting Williams’ forehead in the process.

In the second, Witt went right back to work, putting Williams on the mat again. This time, he finished matters with an arm triangle that forced the tap at 2:09 of round two.

UFC Vegas 12: Jason Witt Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Jason Witt Post-Fight Interview
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With the win, Witt moves to 18-6. Williams, who missed weight for the bout at 175.5 pounds, falls to 11-3.

Official Result: Jason Witt def. Cole Williams by submission (arm triangle) at 2:09 of Round 2

Sean Strickland vs Jack Marshman

Back in action for the first time since a 2018 motorcycle accident sidelined him, Sean Strickland was in fine form as he won a three-round unanimous decision over Jack Marshman in middleweight action.

Scores were 30-27 across the board for Strickland, now 21-3. Marshman, who missed weight for the bout at 187.5 pounds – falls to 23-10.

Strickland controlled the first round behind stiff punches and good work from range as he kept Marshman from landing his own punches. In the final 30 seconds, though, Marshman rocked his foe with a flush shot that clearly got Strickland’s attention.

Strickland was back on track in the second, and it was showing on Marshman’s face, but the Welshman wasn’t backing down as he kept throwing at the Californian, who shouted out during the frame that Marshman had a “head like a brick.”

Strickland kept jawing at Marshman, and the Welshman answered back, the two landing punches each step of the way.  And though Strickland was clearly in control, Marshman took every shot and kept throwing, his toughness never in question.

Official Result: Sean Strickland def. Jack Marshman by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

UFC Vegas 12: Sean Strickland Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Sean Strickland Post-Fight Interview
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Strickland kept jawing at Marshman, and the Welshman answered back, the two landing punches each step of the way.  And though Strickland was clearly in control, Marshman took every shot and kept throwing, his toughness never in question.

Official Result: Sean Strickland def. Jack Marshman by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Adrian Yanez vs Victor Rodriguez

UFC Vegas 12: Adrian Yanez finds the KO in his Octagon debut
UFC Vegas 12: Adrian Yanez finds the KO in his Octagon debut
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Bantamweight prospect Adrian Yanez followed up his summer win on Dana White’s Contender Series with another impressive victory, as he knocked out Victor Rodriguez in the first round.

Rodriguez looked to negate Yanez’ striking with his grappling attack early, but once the two separated, Yanez began tagging Rodriguez with several right hands. Rodriguez swung back and tried to shake it off, but the Texan kept coming, with a left kick to the head sending his foe down and out. The official time of referee Herb Dean’s stoppage was 2:46 of round one.

UFC Vegas 12: Adrian Yanez Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Adrian Yanez Post-Fight Interview
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With the win, Yanez moves to 12-3. Rodriguez falls to 7-3.

Official Result: Adrian Yanez def. Victor Rodriguez by KO at 2:46 of Round 1

Chris Gruetzemacher vs Alexander Hernandez

UFC Vegas 12: Alexander Hernandez stops Chris Gruetzemacher in Round 1
UFC Vegas 12: Alexander Hernandez stops Chris Gruetzemacher in Round 1
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In his first fight with the Factory X squad in Colorado, Alexander Hernandez was on target from start to finish against Chris Gruetzemacher, halting the Ultimate Fighter alumnus in the first round.

It was basically a flawless victory for Hernandez, who was too fast and accurate for Gruetzemacher, who had no answers for the varied standup attack of the Texan, who rattled Gruetzemacher with a left and then let loose with a barrage of strikes that brought in referee Mark Smith to halt the bout at 1:46 of the opening stanza.

UFC Vegas 12: Alexander Hernandez Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Alexander Hernandez Post-Fight Interview
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With the win, Hernandez moves to 12-3. Gruetzemacher falls to 14-4.

Official Result: Alexander Hernandez def. Chris Gruetzemacher by TKO at 1:46 of Round 1

UFC Fight Night Hall vs Silva Main Card

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Bobby Green vs Thiago Moises

UFC Vegas 12: Thiago Moises Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Thiago Moises Post-Fight Interview
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Brazilian lightweight Thiago Moises snapped Bobby Green’s three-fight winning streak with a close, but unanimous, decision over the California vet.

Scores were 29-28 across the board for Moises, now 14-4. Green falls to 27-11-1.

Saldana came out fast, engaging Green on the feet while also mixing in some grappling work. Green was unbothered by Moises’ aggression, and after avoiding any trouble on the ground, he settled into a striking groove until Moises rattled him briefly with a right hand. After Green shook the blow off, he went back to work, Moises staying right with him every step of the way.

In the second, the back and forth action continued until Moises got hold of Green’s leg with a little over three minutes left. But after some dicey moments, Green got loose and returned to his feet, where he began to open up more with his strikes as Moises’ work rate dipped. Moises finished the round strong, landing some right hands in the final stages.

The third was another close one, but Moises had a lot of ground control before the two slugged it out to the final horn, and that control time may have been the deciding factor on the scorecards.

Official Result: Thiago Moises def. Bobby Green by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Kevin Holland vs Charlie Ontiveros

UFC Vegas 12: Kevin Holland Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Kevin Holland Post-Fight Interview
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Middleweight up and comer Kevin Holland became the first UFC fighter to reach four wins in 2020 as he defeated late replacement Charlie Ontiveros via submission.

Ontiveros fired off some unorthodox techniques to start the fight and Holland responded with a takedown. Ontiveros tried for a guillotine choke, but that just bought him some time before Holland got loose and landed a series of strikes as he worked from side control. Midway through the round, Ontiveros rose, but Holland dragged him back to the mat, and the Texan verbally tapped due to an apparent neck injury. The time of the finish was 2:39 of round one.

Holland moves to 20-5 with the win. Ontiveros falls to 11-7.

Official Result: Kevin Holland def. Charlie Ontiveros by verbal submission at 2:39 of Round 1

Maurice Greene vs Greg Hardy

UFC Vegas 12: Greg Hardy Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Greg Hardy Post-Fight Interview
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Former NFL star Greg Hardy picked up an important victory in his heavyweight bout with Maurice Greene, halting the “Crochet Boss” in the second round.
 
After the two traded kicks, Hardy rattled Greene and put him on the mat with a couple right hands. A series of thudding ground strikes followed, but Greene took everything well, but he was having trouble improving his position. Midway through the round, Hardy stepped back and let Greene up, and the two fought at a measured pace for the rest of the frame.
 
Greene got dropped with a left early in round two, and this time Hardy didn’t let him off the hook as a series of unanswered strikes brought in referee Herb Dean to stop the fight at 1:12 of the second stanza
 
Hardy moves to 7-2, 1 NC with the win. Greene falls to 9-6.
 
Official Result: Greg Hardy def. Maurice Greene by TKO at 1:12 of Round 2

Co-Main Event: Bryce Mitchell vs Andre Fili

UFC Vegas 12: Bryce Mitchell Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Bryce Mitchell Post-Fight Interview
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Featherweight contender Bryce Mitchell improved to 5-0 in the Octagon in the UFC Fight Night co-main event, as he scored a hard-fought three-round unanimous decision over Andre Fili.

Scores were 29-28 and 30-27 twice for the No. 15-ranked Mitchell, now 14-1. Fili falls to 21-8.

Mitchell scored a slick takedown to open the bout, putting Fili on his back in the opening minute. Mitchell worked his way into the mount, but Fili later scrambled to his feet until being grounded again. Mitchell stayed busy from the top position to keep the fight on the mat, but Fili finally got free with a little under a minute left. That time on the feet didn’t last long, though, with Mitchell adding another takedown before the horn.

Fili was able to stay on his feet for much of round two, landing some solid shots before Mitchell took him down with two minutes to go. After some ground control from “Thug Nasty,” Fili got upright and landed a kick late that sent Mitchell’s mouthpiece flying, likely wrapping up the round for him.

The fight went to the mat in the opening minute of round three, Mitchell in control. Fili exploded back to his feet, but another takedown by Mitchell followed, that basically being the story of the fight.

Official Result: Bryce Mitchell def. Andre Fili by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

Main Event: Uriah Hall vs Anderson Silva

UFC Vegas 12: Uriah Hall Post-Fight Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Uriah Hall Post-Fight Interview
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“Enjoy your moment today.”
 
The words from Anderson Silva to Uriah Hall after their UFC Fight Night main event epitomized the class and adherence to the martial arts ethos the Brazilian has always shown, and while what is expected to be the former middleweight champion’s final UFC fight didn’t go his way, Silva’s legacy as one of the best ever is untouched.
 
Today was Hall’s though, as he stopped Silva in the fourth round of what was an emotional victory for the 185-pound contender.
 
“Hats off to the legend and what he’s done for the sport,” said Hall. “I know the job was to get out there and get the W, but to separate those emotions, that was work itself, and I was honored to share that moment with him.”
 
It was a war of nerves in the early going, neither fighter engaging as they circled each other. A trade of leg kicks 90 seconds in was the extent of it until Silva began to open up his offense slightly. A hard kick from Hall was followed by a flurry by Silva, who began pressuring his opponent. Hall got off a few hard jabs before the end of the round, but it was Silva who outworked the New Yorker.
 
The second was a close one, Silva doing what he did in the first while Hall got a little busier. “Prime Time” appeared to be respecting the Brazilian icon too much, unwilling to press the attack.

UFC Vegas 12: Anderson Silva Octagon Interview
UFC Vegas 12: Anderson Silva Octagon Interview
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Hall began landing some of his best shots of the fight in the third, and while they didn’t bother Silva, they were scoring points. In the final two minutes, a fight broke out, the two trading shots back and forth, with Hall drilling and dropping Silva with a right hand just before the end of the round. With a few more seconds, it could have been over for “The Spider,” but the horn intervened.
 
In the second minute of the fourth, another right hand put Silva down, and Hall poured it on, firing strikes on his grounded opponent until referee Herb Dean had seen enough, stopping the bout at 1:24 of round four.
 
With the win, the No. 10-ranked Hall moves to 17-9. The 45-year-old Silva falls to 34-11, 1 NC.
 
Official Result: Uriah Hall def. Anderson Silva by TKO at 1:24 of Round 4