UFC 155 Live Results
UFC 155 is set to go down today in Las Vegas, Nevada, and features a pivotal heavyweight title fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior Dos Santos. Cain is adamant about getting his revenge tonight, and he feels the outcome will be entirely different from the last time they fought.
At the weigh ins, Cain would even put his fists up to Junior Dos Santos, which has been JDS’s trademark weigh in stare down. This is just a sign of things to come for this exciting main event.
Also, Jim Miller will go to war with Joe Lauzon, who has been one of the most exciting fighters in the UFC. Both will look to build back up some momentum in hopes of getting back to the title picture. The winner of this bout is right back on track in the UFC, and the loser will take a serious plummet in the division’s rankings.
Alan Belcher will look to avenge his loss to Yushin Okami in hopes of proving his worth in the middleweight division. He has been calling out Anderson Silva for a long time now, and he truly believes he has what it takes to give Silva a run for his money.
For live results of the entire card, be sure to check out below.
UFC Main Event
UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez: Cain Velasquez wins via unanimous decision
Joe Lauzon vs. Jim Miller: Jim Miller wins via unanimous decision
Tim Boetsch vs. Constantinos Philippou: Costa Philippou wins via TKO in the third round
Alan Belcher vs. Yushin Okami: Yushin Okami wins via unanimous decision
Chris Leben vs. Derek Brunson: Derek Brunson wins via unanimous decision
Brad Pickett vs. Eddie Wineland: Eddie Wineland wins via split decision
Byron Bloodworth vs. Erik Perez: Erik Perez wins via TKO in the first round
Melvin Guillard vs. Jamie Varner: Jamie Varner wins via split decision
Michael Johnson vs. Myles Jury: Myles Jury wins via unanimous decision
Philip De Fries vs. Todd Duffee: Todd Duffee wins via TKO in the first round
Chris Cariaso vs. John Moraga: John Moraga wins via submission in round three
Leonard Garcia vs. Max Holloway: Max Holloway wins via split decision