UFC on Fuel TV 10 Results: Fabrício Werdum Submits Nogueira

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UFC on Fuel TV 10 was quite entertaining, with nothing but knockouts and submissions on the main card.

Here are the results of the UFC on Fuel TV 10 fight card held on June 8, at the Paulo Sarasate Gymnasium in Fortaleza, Brazil:

Fabrício Werdum def. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira

Werdum managed to put Nogueira on his back early in the first round, but “Big Nog” was able to fight his way back to his feet. Nogueira started pushing the pace shortly after, and he even managed to land some hard shots. Unfortunately for Nogueira, his decision to pull guard and go for a guillotine choke during the second round ended up leading to his demise, as Werdum eventually transitioned to his back, bringing their contest to an end via armbar at the 2:41 mark.

Leonardo Santos def. William Macario (The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 2 Finale)

Macario managed to impose his will early in their UFC on Fuel TV 10 encounter, landing decent shots and mixing in a few takedowns. Macario continued to dominate the fight during the second round, but Santos turned things around with an outside-trip, putting Macario on his back. Santos quickly transitioned to mount, and he secured an arm-triangle shortly after, forcing the tap at 4:43 of round two.

Thiago Silva def. Rafael “Feijao” Cavalcante

Feijao got off to a good start at UFC on Fuel TV 10, landing the cleaner, harder strikes early on. However, he seemed to slow down a bit towards the end of the first round, and Thiago capitalized on his fatigue, increasing his output until a barrage of punches against the cage ended Feijao’s night at 4:29 of round one.

Erick Silva def. Jason High

High went for a takedown early in their UFC on Fuel TV 10 encounter, but Silva sprawled and transitioned to his back. Silva threatened High with a couple of chokes before finally forcing the tap with an arm-lock 71 seconds into the fight.

Daniel Sarafian def. Eddie Mendez

Sarafian landed a few hard shots early in their UFC on Fuel TV 10 encounter, prompting Mendez to pin the Brazilian against the cage. However, Sarafian was able to shove Mendez to the canvas from the clinch, and he jumped right on top of him. Sarafian locked up an arm-triangle while simultaneously transitioning to mount, forcing the tap at 2:20 of round one.

Rony “Jason” Mariano Bezerra def. Mike Wilkinson

After a brief feeling-out period, Wilkinson put Bezerra on his back with a double-leg takedown, but it turned out to be a big mistake. Bezerra locked up a triangle choke shortly after, bringing their UFC on Fuel TV 10 encounter to an end 84 seconds into the first round.

Undercard:

Raphael Assuncao def. Vaughan Lee (armbar, round two)

Felipe Arantes def. Godofredo Castro (TKO, round one)

Ildemar Alcantara def. Leandro Silva (unanimous decision)

Rodrigo Damm def. Mizuto Hirota (split decision)

Caio Magalhaes def. Karlos Vemola (rear-naked choke, round two)

Antonio Braga Neto def. Anthony Smith (kneebar, round one)

David is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and boxing practitioner who has watched and studied MMA for the past 8 years. Send him your questions @davidkingwriter and check out his blog.

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