UFC 199: Rockhold Vs. Bisping Results: New World Champion, Brock Lesnar Returning, Dan Henderson

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Prelim Results

* Marco Polo Reyees defeated Dong Hyun Kim via TKO (punches) Round 3, 1:52

* Kevin Casey and Elvis Mutapcic fought to a majority draw (29-28, 28-29, 28-28)

* Luis Henrique da Silva defeated Jonathan Wilson via TKO (punches), Round 2, 4:11

* Sean Strickland defeated Tom Breese via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

* Alex Caceres defeated Cole Miller by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

* Jessica Andrade defeated Jessica Penne (#6) via TKO (lots o' punches) Round 2, 2:56

* Beneil Dariush defeated James Vick via KO (punch), Round 1, 4:16

* Brian Ortega def. Clay Guida via TKO (knee) at 4:40 of Round 3

Main Card
Dustin Poirier (#11) vs. Bobby Green (#13)
Round 1:
Poirier starts with a counter right and a body kick. Green lands a counter left and a body kick of his own. Poirier leg kicks Green, and Green taunts him before getting dropped. Green gets back up, but Poirier unloads and drops Green. Poirier follows Green to the ground with strikes to finish.

Result: Dustin Poirier (#11) def. Bobby Green (#13) via knockout (punches) Round 1, 2:53

Dustin Poirier looks unbelievable at 155 pounds. He's now 4-0 since moving up to lightweight less than two years ago.

Dan Henderson (#15) vs. Hector Lombard (#14 WW)
Round 1:
Henderson cracks Lombard with a right straight about 80 seconds in. Lombard throws a body kick that grazes Hendo. Henderson lands the H-Bomb! Lombard instinctively throws Henderson, moves to a crucifix and unsuccessfully goes for a top wristlock. Lombard throws a knee that looked to be illegal, but follows up and blasts Henderson with several big punches, and ends up in Hendo's guard.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Lombard

Round 2: Dan Henderson lands a head kick and a back elbow!! Lombard is out cold!!

Result: Dan Henderson (#15) defeated Hector Lombard via KO (Head kick and back elbow) Round 2, 1:27

That was a magic moment, among the greatest moments in UFC history. Henderson says it may be the last fight in the UFC for him.

- Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz II is confirmed for UFC 202 on August 20.

Max Holloway (#4) vs. Ricardo Lamas (#5)
Round 1:
Holloway is picking Lamas apart early, and Lamas can't find his rhythm. Hollway is landing at will. Lamas tries to take him down, to no avail and eats a spinning wheel kick and several punches to the face. All Holloway.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Max Holloway

Round 2: Holloway picks right up where he left off in the first round, dominating Lamas. Holloway abandons some technique and Lamas makes him pay, but can't land a takedown and is put on his back. Holloway scores a kick as they get back to their feet. Lamas goes for yet another takedown and Holloway locks him in a Dragon Sleeper that doesn't finish the job. Holloway closes the round with some ground and pound.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Max Holloway

Round 3: Lamas comes out in desperation mode, throwing capoeira kicks. Holloway is still landing punches, but Lamas grazes him with a head kick. Lamas clinches Holloway against the cage after eating punches, but Holloway breaks free. Lamas gets a right hand, but eats about three. Holloway unloads with strikes and gets pushed against the cage, where Lamas gets a spinning elbow to connect. Holloway and Lamas slug it out for the last ten seconds, with Holloway pointing at the ground and daring Lamas. Bad ass.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Max Holloway, making it 30-27 Holloway

Result: Max Holloway (#4) defeated Ricardo Lamas (#5) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Max Holloway is unreal. The last ten seconds are one of the most incredible things I've ever seen in MMA.

- A UFC 200 commercial airs. Brock Lesnar is in it. He's back against an unnamed opponent. Wow.

UFC Bantamweight Championship
Dominick Cruz (c) vs. Urijah Faber (#2)
Round 1:
Cruz easily takes Faber down, and his pants go with him. Faber lands a big right and slams Cruz, but Cruz ends up on top. These two look so evenly matched right now. Scrambles lead to strikes from both men.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Cruz

Round 2: Cruz rocks Faber with a big punch, but Faber recovers. Cruz gets a couple of jabs and a leg kick. Cruz keeps it unpredictable with his footwork and head movement, peppering Faber with jabs. This goes on for five minutes.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Cruz

Round 3: This round slows down much more than the last two, but Cruz still finds success with several big punches. Faber is landing next to nothing, but getting drilled repeatedly by wild punches from Cruz. Faber finally connects with a big right hand.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Cruz

Round 4: Round four plays out exactly the way that the previous ones did, and Faber wasn't going for broke. A lot of movement from Cruz stifled Faber until a big punch dropped Faber. Cruz backs off and opts to fight on the feet instead.

Wrestling Inc. scores the round 10-9 for Cruz

Round 5: Cruz unleashes a disgusting combo of punches into a head kick, then another with hooks and an uppercut. Cruz wraps Faber up, then lets him go before throwing another head kick. Cruz is dominant for the rest of the round. He wins handily.

Wrestling Inc scores the round 10-9, making it 50-45 Cruz

Result: Dominick Cruz (c) defeated Urijah Faber (#2) via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46) to retain the UFC Bantamweight Championship

Faber says after the fight that he needs to go home and evaluate things.

UFC Middleweight Championship
Luke Rockhold (c) vs. Michael Bisping (#4)
Round 1: Rockhold opens with several kicks, and is countered by a Bisping punch. Bisping lands a couple of punches, but Rockhold connects with several body kicks. Both men trade punches, then Bisping finds a home for two. Rockhold with another big body kick. Michael Bisping lands huge blows! Rockhold is done! Bisping is the world champion!!!

Result: Michael Bisping (#4) def. Luke Rockhold (c) via knockout (punches) Round 1, 3:36 to win the UFC Middleweight Championship