Henderson KOs Fedor

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Results by Przemyslaw Garczarczyk and Tim Hobscheid

Dan Henderson punched his way to another MMA milestone, defeating Fedor Emelianenko by TKP at 4:12 in the opening round. Fedor rocked Henderson late in the opening round and went in for the kill. Henderson was able to escape from the bottom position, blasting “The Last Emperor” with a blistering uppercut. After watching the end of the bout, Fedor stated that the bout may have been stopped quickly.

Meisha Tate snared the 135-pound women’s title, tapping Marloes Coenen with an arm-triangle at 3:03 in the fourth round.

Tim Kennedy defeated Robbie Lawler in an exciting three round affair. Kennedy took some damage to the face but thanked the judges for not allowing the appearance of damage to affect the outcome of the fight.

Tyron Woodley used his wrestling to remain undefeated, besting Paul Daley by unanimous decision. Daley spent a great deal of time staring at the lights, but almost locked in a late fight submission after securing top position. The win is the biggest of Woodley’s young pro-career. In a surprising stat, Woodley only scored two takedowns. He attempted ten. All three judges scored the bout 29-28.

Tarec Saffiedine def. Scott Smith via unanimous decision to kick off the evening’s main card. The judges scored the bout 30-26, 30-27, and 30-27.

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