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UFC 177 results, photos: Carlos Diego Ferreira stops Ramsey Nijem with TKO

In fact, Nijem might have been a little too eager for his own good in the second frame. After barely slipping out of a guillotine earlier in the round, he brought the action back to the feet, only to be floored when he lunged in and caught a Ferreira right hand squarely on the jaw. A few more follow-up hammerfists from the Brazilian, and referee Herb Dean decided he’d seen enough.

UFC 177: Post-fight Press Conference

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UFC 177 Fight Highlights Video: TJ Dillashaw vs. Joe Soto |

Watch highlights from the TJ Dillashaw vs. Joe Soto main event fight at UFC 177 in Sacramento, Calif., which took place on Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Sleep Train Arena.

UFC 177 results, photos: Bethe Correia brutalizes Shayna Baszler in second

Baszler wasted little time tying up the Brazilian and pushing her to the cage, but when the two spilled to the canvas, it was Correia on top. As it turned out, the position offered Baszler an offensive opportunity as she threatened a triangle choke and armbar. Correia struggled to escape. When she did, Baszler pushed her back to the cage and threatened another choke as the frame ended.

Despite title fight miss at UFC 177, Renan Barao said weight cut isn't issue

Former UFC bantamweight champion  Renan Barao (32-2 MMA, 7-1 UFC) doesn’t think he cuts too much weight to fight at 135 pounds, despite passing out while cutting weight for a title rematch with champ T.J. Dillashaw (10-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) at Saturday’s UFC 177.

Ronda Rousey wants Bethe Correia, but Dana White says there's 'a long list'

“I feel that I was born a fighter,” Correia said. “It just took a while to find myself in the sport, and just to compete in the UFC is a huge feat for anyone. To fight Shayna, she’s fought a lot of the top-10 fighters out there and beaten them, so it’s a huge feat for anyone to do that, and I want a chance at Ronda at some point.”

UFC 177 results, photos: Carlos Diego Ferreira stops Ramsey Nijem with TKO

In fact, Nijem might have been a little too eager for his own good in the second frame. After barely slipping out of a guillotine earlier in the round, he brought the action back to the feet, only to be floored when he lunged in and caught a Ferreira right hand squarely on the jaw. A few more follow-up hammerfists from the Brazilian, and referee Herb Dean decided he’d seen enough.

UFC 177 results, photos: Yancy Medeiros stops Damon Jackson with choke in second

“I train with a lot of high-caliber fighters, so I was ready for Damon,” said Medeiros of his opponent, who took the fight on short notice when Justin Edwards pulled out with an injury. “I was happy he wanted to stand because I wanted to slug. I just caught him. I try to take advantage of every situation, and that’s part of being a marital artist.”

9 UFC, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) News, Results, Fighting

By: Mike Fridley Mixed martial arts journalism is a serious business. Following the MMA community on Twitter, is not. The following is a light-hearted (and sometimes insightful) look at how the combat sports world viewed UFC 177 via social networking.

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Bethe Correia’s Message to Ronda Rousey: I’m Going to Retire with the Belt

Bethe Correia has Ronda Rousey’s attention. | Dave Mandel/ Bethe Correia wants the fight. Ronda Rousey wants the fight. Not so fast, says UFC President Dana White. Following Correia’s second-round stoppage of Shayna Baszler at UFC 177 , a potential showdown with the promotion’s reigning bantamweight queen was the topic du jour. The Brazilian has been targeting Rousey for a while now, building momentum with triumphs over the Olympic judoka’s “Four Horsewomen” stablemates Jessamyn Duke and Baszler in her last two outings. Shortly after she overwhelmed Baszler with rapid-fire punching combinations against the fence on Saturday night, the woman known as “Pitbull” set her sights on Rousey once again. “My message to Ronda: If there’s someone who will retire without any losses in the UFC, it’s going to be me. I’m going to retire with the belt, not her,” Correia said. Correia’s comments did not go unnoticed. “You know Ronda, as soon as [Correia] started talking, Ronda texted me and said, ‘I want that fight.

12 UFC 177 Fight Highlights Video: Bethe Correia vs. Shayna Baszler |

Watch highlights from the Bethe Correia vs. Shayna Baszler fight at UFC 177 in Sacramento, Calif., which took place on Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Sleep Train Arena.


Welcome to the non-liveblog of UFC 177: Dillashaw vs. Soto , a pay-per-view card so shockingly irrelevant that we’ll barely be covering it tonight. Basically, we’ll update the results through the night — which you can find after the jump — and that’s about it. If something particularly interesting happens, we’ll let you know, and if we find any good GIFs, we will link you to them. Thanks for checking in with us, and follow us on twitter for bonus commentary.


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Also on the card, local fighter Danny Castillo looks to shine in the spotlight as he lands a co-main event slot when he takes on ultra dangerous former Ultimate Fighter winner Tony Ferguson.  Castillo is coming off a big knockout win in his last fight, but Ferguson has been a finishing machine lately winning his last two fights by submission and TKO.

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Badou Jack vs. Jason Escalera Round 1 Referee is Jay Nady. Judges are: Robert Hoyle. Jerry Roth and Ricardo Ocasio. Jack is coming off his first professional loss, which came via first round knockout. Escalera fires off a jab to the body seconds into the round. Jack is moving away and circling around the ring, not engaging. Escalera is pressing the action while Jack is feeling him out. Jack looks very tentative of letting his hands go. He paws with the jab while Escalera bobs and weaves, trying to get in. Jack finally lets his right hand go but it’s blocked. Nice left jab by Jack with 30 seconds left. Jack is darting from side to side, foiling Escalera’s attacks. Hard right hand by Jack near the bell. 10-9 Jack. Round 2 The Stockholm native fires a lead right hand to start the frame; Escalera took it well. Jack is moving very well in the ring; he’s moving much more than normal. Escalera fires three hard body shots, but Nady warns him of going too low. Jack is jabbing well, disallowing the Union City, NJ fighter to get into a groove. Hard left uppercut/straight right by Jack, though neither punch is clean.


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Video: Dana White's UFC 177 post-fight media scrum

SACRAMENTO – UFC President Dana White spent some time with the media following Saturday’s UFC 177 event at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif..

Dana White teases there is a new Ronda Rousey on The Ultimate Fighter

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No UFC 177 paycheck or guarantee of future title fight for Renan Barao

"There's no excuse for what he did," White added at the post-fight scrum. "There's no excuse for not making weight. But he paid for it. He hurt us, he messed with the show, but, that kid didn't make a paycheck, he's going home with no money. He's going home without a dime. He just paid for a camp, and who knows when he's going to fight again."

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UFC 177 live blog: Tony Ferguson vs. Danny Castillo

MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Ferguson Round 2: Ferguson is back to getting after it, walking Castillo down and throwing punches. Ferguson stuffs a double and trip attempt from Castillo. Two hard inside leg kicks land for Ferguson. Castillo landing a few counter shots, but is still backing up. Back to the inside leg kicks for the TUF winner. Ferguson rolls for a kneebar in transition, but can't get it and now Castillo is on top in side control. Ferguson uses the fence to move to mount, but Castillo reverses it again and is in Ferguson's full guard. Ferguson is very busy underneath with elbows, ear slaps and more while Castillo does very little.

After ‘Stressful’ Joe Soto Bout, T.J. Dillashaw Not Interested in Barao Rematch

T.J. Dillashaw isn’t too keen on a Renan Barao rematch anymore. | Jeff Sherwood/ Don’t ask T.J. Dillashaw who he wants to fight next. Considering the chain of events that went down over the past two days, who can blame the bantamweight champion if he needs a mental vacation? Right up until Friday afternoon, Dillashaw was ready to face Renan Barao in a rematch of their bantamweight title bout at UFC 173, which the Team Alpha Male representative won via technical knockout in the fifth round. Unfortunately, all that preparation went down the drain when a bad weight cut sent Barao to the hospital and knocked the Brazilian out of the UFC 177 headliner. Enter Joe Soto , who took the fight on 24 hours’ notice and put up a valiant effort before falling to Dillashaw via TKO in the fifth round at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif., on Saturday night. “I knew Joe Soto was a tough fighter,” Dillashaw said at the post-fight press conference. “I’ve practiced with him; eight to 10 weeks ago he came into our room and practiced with us.

Dillashaw, White hate 'who's next' question, but White admits Assuncao 'makes sense'

SACRAMENTO –  T.J. Dillashaw (11-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) wants a little breather after focusing on Renan Barao (32-2 MMA, 7-1 UFC) only to shift gears for Joe Soto (15-3 MMA, 0-1 UFC) in his first bantamweight title defense. He doesn’t even want to think about what’s next.

White still confident UFC will sign Carano, not so sure she's next for Rousey

White said Zingano (8-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) remains the top contender to challenge Rousey. Zingano earned that right with a win over Miesha Tate at the TUF 17 Finale in April 2013, but she’s been out ever since after knee surgery took her out of her fight with Rousey and a coaching spot on “TUF 18.” Zingano returns in a month to fight Amanda Nunes at UFC 178, and a win there would, in theory, keep her spot as the No. 1 in line.

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SACRAMENTO, CA - AUGUST 30: Joe Soto (2nd R) arrives before his bantamweight championship fight against T.J. Dillashaw at UFC 177 inside the Sleep Train Arena on August 30, 2014 in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

UFC 177 draws reported 11,100 attendance for $700,000 live gate

UFC 177 took place at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento and featured a bantamweight title fight between champion T.J. Dillashaw and former Bellator MMA champ Joe Soto in the pay-per-view headliner. Soto was a replacement for former champ Renan Barao on just one day’s notice after Barao suffered medical issues trying to make weight on Friday.

UFC 177 bonuses: Dillashaw, Medeiros, Ferreira, Nijem win $50,000

Dillashaw (11-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) and Joe Soto (15-3 MMA, 0-1 UFC) went the distance in the main event, with Dillashaw, the champion, defending his title against Soto, a UFC newcomer who took the title fight on a day’s notice. Soto landed some solid punches in the fight, but it was Dillashaw who did a ton of work in the standup game, letting the strikes pile up for five rounds. Midway through the fifth, Dillashaw landed a big head kick that spelled the end for the challenger.

UFC 177 post-fight bonuses: Dillashaw pockets $50,000 for head-kick KO

Not only did T.J. Dillashaw become the first fighter to finish two consecutive fights via fifth round head-kick KO, but he also defended his bantamweight title for the first time and also pocketed an extra $50,000 for his efforts.  It was a dominant performance from the get-go and saw the champ land a barrage of strikes at every given opportunity before he finally found his opening with less than 3 minutes to go in the contest.

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T.J. Dillashaw finishes Joe Soto with fifth round head kick KO

When the fifth round started it was already a shutout for Dillashaw, just like in his last fight, but the champion wasn't about to slow down.  He kept pushing forward on Soto with punches, and after getting the newcomer to duck down looking for a punch, Dillashaw unleashed a right high kick that nailed his opponent directly to the side of the head.


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UFC 177 live blog: T.J. Dillashaw vs. Joe Soto

MMA Fighting scores this round 10-9 Dillashaw Round 3: Dillashaw working in flurries to get Soto to cover up, although it's not clear what's landing. Two left hooks from Dillashaw find the mark as does another series of punches that pushing Soto backwards. Soto in on a single as the champ stuffs it with ease. Dillashaw throwing huge volume in very close quarters and then scores with a surprise double. Soto tries to turtle and Dillashaw attempts to take the back, but can't. Good body kick by the champ as Soto circles out. A couple of good jabs score for Soto.

Diego Ferreira floors Ramsey Nijem with second round knockout

Undefeated Brazilian prospect Diego Ferreira put on a striking clinic as he countered Ramsey Nijem at every turn before putting the fight away early in the second round.

Barao Says UFC 177 Weight Cut was Great Until He Fainted, Hit Head on Bathtub

Renan Barao still wants another shot at T.J. Dillashaw. | Dave Mandel/ In Renan Barao ’s mind, everything – including his weight cut -- was going as planned this week. That is, until the former bantamweight champion fainted and hit his head on a bathtub on Friday afternoon. Just like that, UFC 177 was in need of a new main event. “I was dehydrating in the bathtub. I fainted; I hit my head and I was taken to the hospital,” Barao told Joe Rogan through a translator during an interview on Fox Sports 1 on Saturday night. “I don’t remember anything that happened before or after. I just remember [waking up] in the hospital.” When the Brazilian did not show up for licensing or medicals with the California State Athletic Commission, Joe Soto was tabbed as his replacement against T.J. Dillashaw in the UFC 177 main event. Barao, who says he normally drops approximately 22 pounds to make the bantamweight limit, disputes the notion that something is wrong with his weight-cutting methods. “I was fine; my weight was around regularly what I come in for fight week,” he said.


Renan Barao defends weight cutting practices after Friday dropout: 'Everything was fine'

"I'm very sad to not be fighting here tonight. This is something I do, it's a dream come true every time I go in there and fight, and I'm very disappointed not to be fighting. I want to come back and I want to face T.J. He's been saying a lot of things and I want to come in here and tear his head off."

Ruan Potts Confused by Referee Stoppage in Loss to Anthony Hamilton at UFC 177

Ruan Potts thought a standup, not a stoppage, was in order at UFC 177. | Jeff Sherwood/ According to , Ruan Potts absorbed a total of 53 significant strikes to the body in his loss to Anthony Hamilton at UFC 177 . Hamilton landed 49 of those blows on the ground during the decisive second frame before referee Steven Davis halted the bout at the 4:17 mark. Potts received plenty of warning from Davis prior to the stoppage, but the South African heavyweight did virtually nothing to improve his predicament. Still, despite the visible damage being done to his ribs, the 36-year-old Potts feels he should have been allowed to continue. “I never complain about a decision. I thought the referee was going to stand the fight up because he wasn’t doing any damage,” Potts said. “I was taking shots to the ribs, but he wasn’t breaking anything and it was detrimental. If it were shots to the head, or if I was bleeding profusely, I could understand. It’s probably just my own fault. I didn’t know that in the rules.


UFC 177 results, photos: Derek Brunson smothers Lorenz Larkin for decision

“I had an exciting fight last time. I won ‘Fight of the Night,’ but unfortunately, I left with a loss and a broken jaw,” Brunson said. “Coming into this fight, I definitely wanted to finish strong. I owed the fans a better fight and I owed the UFC a better fight. UFC is the toughest, but you go out there and get a win and get it done, and then do better next time.”


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UFC 177 results, photos: Anthony Hamilton dominates, pounds out Ruan Potts

Despite more negative reinforcement, Hamilton didn’t change up much in the second frame, and yet, the tide began to turn as the round progressed. Potts seemed to fade as Hamilton finally let his hands go on the mat and pummeled the body. Possibly injured from a fall to the mat in the first round, Potts offered little defense as Hamilton hammered away.

Dana White lashes out at media for 'disgusting, despicable things' said about UFC 177

Discussing the "wild month" that included a production truck catching fire earlier today, White said, "it's one of these things..the GQ article that just came out about me, that I don't pay my employees enough. Yet there's 'journalists' out there, so called journalists, that are paid to cover the sport asking people not to buy the pay-per-view."


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Dana White responds to fans saying UFC 177 should be free: 'Go to the movies tonight, I don't care'

When asked about that line of thinking by "Showdown Joe" for Sportsnet, White replied "Tell them to go to the movies tonight. I don't care." He would expand on this by suggesting that the problem is that people are never happy, "It's funny these guys saying 'make it a free show', how do you want these guys to get paid? The champ is still fighting. That's the craziest thing I ever heard. These people were bitching when Barao was still fighting. Some people are just never happy. I don't care."

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