ONE Championship 27: Warrior’s Quest takes place today from the Singapore Indoor Stadium and TheMMAReport.com will have results of today’s card.
The card will begin at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT with a four fight preliminary card on Facebook and the main card will be available via an online pay-per-view through the ONE FC website.
The main card will be headlined by title fight as Shinya Aoki defends the ONE Championship lightweight title against Koji Ando.
To discuss the fights, use the comments section below and follow The MMA Report writer Jason Floyd (@jason_floyd) on Twitter, who will following the action.
ONE Championship 27: Warrior’s Quest Results:
Yang Jian Bing def. Ali Yaakub via submission (armbar) – Round 2, :49
Benedict Ang def. Waqar Umar via unanimous decision
A La Teng Hei Li def. Stephen Langdown via TKO (strike) – Round 2, :51
Angela Lee def. Aya Saber via submission (armbar) – Round 1, 1:43
Shannon Wiratchai def. Amir Khan via split decision
Ariel Sexton def. Eddie Ng via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 2, 1:10
Lowen Tynanes def. Kuat Khamitov via unanimous decision
Ev Ting (9-2) vs. Marat Gafurov (10-0)
Dejdamrong Sor Amnuaysirichoke (4-0) vs. Roy Doliguez (6-1)
Shinya Aoki (37-6, 1NC) vs. Koji Ando (11-3-2)
A bantamweight bout has been added to the UFC on FOX 16 fight card as Eddie Wineland will return to the cage to meet Bryan Caraway.
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The fight booking was announced by the UFC on late Thursday evening.
UFC on FOX 16 will come from the United Center in Chicago, Illinois on July 25 and will be headlined a title rematch as T.J. Dillashaw defends the bantamweight title against former champion Renan Barao.
Wineland (21-10-1) lost to Johnny Eduardo at UFC Fight Night 40 by knockout last year and suffered a broken jaw in the fight. He is 1-2 in his last three fights and both of those defeats have come by TKO/KO. Caraway (19-7) will also enter this fight following a defeat as he lost to Raphael Assuncao at UFC Fight Night 54. He is 5-2 in his last seven fights and all of those wins have come by submission.
The current UFC on FOX 16: Dillashaw vs. Barao II fight card is below.
T.J. Dillashaw (11-2) vs. Renan Barao (33–2, 1NC)
Myles Jury (15-1) vs. Edson Barboza (15-3)
Miesha Tate (16-5) vs. Jessica Eye (11-2,1 NC)
Ramsey Nijem (9-5) vs. Erik Koch (14-4)
Rustam Khabilov (17-3) vs. Danny Castillo (17-8)
Joe Lauzon (24-10) vs. Takanori Gomi (35-10, 1NC)
Zak Cummings (17-4) vs. Antonio Braga Neto (9-2, 1NC)
Daron Cruickshank (16-6, 1NC) vs. James Krause (21-7)
Tom Lawlor (9-5, 1NC) vs. Gian Villante (13-5)
Kenny Robertson (15-3) vs. Ben Saunders (16-6-2)
Eddie Wineland (21-10-1) vs. Bryan Caraway (19-7)
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On today’s show, Jason will be joined by Mehdi Hassan, Eric Spicely, Vince Eazelle, Kevin Syler, and Trevor Ward.
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Conor McGregor held an open media workout on Thursday in Las Vegas and following his workout, he talked to the media for 30 minutes. He discussed his upcoming fight against Jose Aldo at UFC 189 and check out his full media scrum below courtesy of MMA Fighting.
The UFC 187 Weigh-Ins will take place today in Las Vegas and they will be streamed live on TheMMAReport.com.
Today’s weigh-ins will come from the MGM Grand Garden Arena and the weigh-ins will begin at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Following the conclusion of the weigh-ins, the results will be posted.
Main Card: (PPV – 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT)
Anthony Johnson (19-4) vs. Daniel Cormier (15-1)
Chris Weidman (12-0) vs. Vitor Belfort (24-10)
Donald Cerrone (27-6, 1NC) vs. John Makdessi (13-3)
Travis Browne (17-2-1) vs. Andrei Arlovski (23-10, 1NC)
Joseph Benavidez (21-4) vs. John Moraga (16-3)
Preliminary Card: (Fox Sports 1 – 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT)
John Dodson (16-6) vs. Zach Makovsky (19-5)
Dong Hyun Kim (19-3-1, 1NC) vs. Josh Burkman (27-11)
Uriah Hall (10-4) vs. Rafael Natal (19-6-1)
Rose Namajunas (2-2) vs. Nina Ansaroff (6-4)
Preliminary Card: (Fight Pass – 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT)
Mike Pyle (26-10-1) vs. Colby Covington (7-0)
Islam Makhachev (11-0) vs. Leo Kuntz (17-7-1)
Justin Scoggins (9-2) vs. Josh Sampo (11-4)
A lightweight bout has been added to the UFC 189 fight card on July 11 in Las Vegas as Cody Pfister will meet Yosdenis Cedeno on the preliminary card.
The fight was announced by the UFC on Thursday.
UFC 189 will come from the MGM Grand Garden Arena and will be headlined by a title fight as Jose Aldo defends the featherweight title against Conor McGregor.
Pfister (11-4-1) lost his UFC debut in February as he was submitted by James Moontasri. The defeat snapped an eight fight unbeaten streak and seven of his career wins have come by stoppage. Cedeno (10-4) has dropped two of his three fights in the UFC. He is coming off a decision defeat against Chad Laprise and both of his UFC defeats have come by decision.
The current UFC 189: Aldo vs. McGregor fight card is below.
Jose Aldo (25-1) vs. Conor McGregor (17-2)
Robbie Lawler (27-8) vs. Rory MacDonald (18-2)
Dennis Bermudez (14-4) vs. Jeremy Stephens (23-11)
Gunnar Nelson (13-1-1) vs. John Hathaway (17-2)
Brandon Thatch (11-2) vs. John Howard (27-11)
Mike Swick (15-5) vs. Alex Garcia (12-2)
Matt Brown (19-13) vs. Tim Means (24-6-1)
Cody Garbrandt (6-0) vs. Henry Briones (16-4-1)
Brad Pickett (24-10) vs. Thomas Almeida (19-0)
Cody Pfister (11-4-1) vs. Yosdenis Cedeno (10-4)