UFC on Fox 6 kicks off today in Chicago, which features a stacked card from top to bottom. A flyweight championship headlines the card between Demetrious Johnson and John Dodson, who will be looking to win emphatically. Both are known for their speed and it should be a dynamic fight that will display both the stand up and ground game.
Also, in the co-main event, Glover Teixeira will go to war the former light heavyweight champion Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson. Jackson has said several times that this will be his last fight in the UFC, which remains to be seen. However, if it is indeed his last fight for the UFC banner, he will look to end it in spectacular fashion. Glover believes he has what it takes to be a champion, who trains with the likes of Chuck Liddell on a daily basis. If anyone can come up with a successful game plan to beat Rampage, it’s Teixeira’s camp.
A lightweight war also takes place tonight between Donald Cerrone and Anthony Pettis. Cerrone has been adamant about booking this fight, but Pettis had always been injured in his training camps. Now that the fight has been booked, Cerrone is nothing but smiles. If one of these fighters wins in spectacular fashion, expect them to get a UFC lightweight title shot, which is currently being reigned by Ben Henderson. Be sure to check out the live results below; it should be a good one.
Main Event (Flyweight Championship)
125: Demetrious Johnson vs. John Dodson: Demetrious Johnson wins via unanimous decision
205: Quinton Jackson vs. Glover Teixeira: Glover Teixeira wins via unanimous decision
155: Donald Cerrone vs. Anthony Pettis: Anthony Pettis wins via TKO in the first round
145: Erik Koch vs. Ricardo Lamas: Ricardo Lamas wins via TKO in the second round
155: TJ Grant vs. Matt Wiman: TJ Grant wins via KO in the first round
145: Clay Guida vs. Hatsu Hioki: Clay Guida wins via split decision
205: Ryan Bader vs. Vladmir Matyushenko: Ryan Bader wins via submission (head and arm choke) in the first round
170: David Mitchell vs. Simeon Thoresen: David Mitchell wins via unanimous decision
265: Shawn Jordan vs. Mike Russow: Shawn Jordan wins via TKO in the second round
170: Mike Stumpf vs. Pascal Krauss: Pascal Krauss wins via unanimous decision
185: Rafael Natal vs. Sean Spencer: Rafael Natal wins via submission (arm-triangle) in the third round