UFC on Fuel TV 4 Results

The “UFC on Fuel TV 4” fight card wasn’t exactly a star-studded event, but the last two fights made up for it. Here are the results of the UFC on Fuel TV 4 fight card held on July 11, at the H.P. Pavilion in San Jose, Calif.

Chris Weidman defeats Mark Muñoz

Weidman established himself as a legitimate title contender at UFC on Fuel TV 4, manhandling Muñoz throughout their encounter. He kept Muñoz grounded for the majority of the first round, and he finished off “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” with a beautifully placed elbow in the second round, following up with a barrage of punches. After the fight, Weidman asked for a shot against current middleweight champion Anderson Silva. Given how impressive he looked against Muñoz, it certainly wouldn’t be a bad idea.

James Te Huna defeats Joey Beltran

Te Huna came out swinging, landing multiple hard shots in the opening round of the fight. He hurt Beltran during the final moments of the first round, but “The Mexicutioner” ended up getting saved by the bell. Te Huna got some more work done in the second round, and he even mixed in a few takedowns. However, Beltran rocked him during the final seconds of the round, and he ended up getting saved by the bell this time around. Beltran turned the tables in the final round, but it was enough to convince the judges, who all scored the fight in favor of Te Huna.

Aaron Simpson defeats Kenny Robertson

Robertson came to fight at UFC on Fuel TV 4, but Simpson was able to wear him down with his relentless takedowns. “The A-Train” didn’t have any problems keeping Robertson on the ground, working in some decent ground-and-pound in the latter rounds. All three judges gave Simpson the nod.

Francis Carmont defeats Karlos Vemola

Carmont put on an impressive performance at UFC on Fuel TV 4, surviving a few close submissions early on in the fight. However, he did control the tempo of the bout, and he made Vemola pay on a takedown attempt in the second round, transitioning to the crucifix and finishing the fight with a rear-naked choke.

T.J. Dillashaw defeats Vaughan Lee

After a brief feeling out period, Dillashaw ducked under a head kick, taking Lee’s back, driving him to the ground. The Brit tried to scramble back to his feet, but he couldn’t shake Dillashaw off. The “Ultimate Fighter” season 14 finalist went for a rear-naked choke, but he ended up settling for a neck crank, forcing Lee to tap out.

Rafael Dos Anjos defeats Anthony Njokuani

Dos Anjos got off to a good start against Njokuani at UFC on Fuel TV 4, using his superior grappling skills to control the pace of the fight. Njokuani tried to fight his way back in the latter rounds, but it wasn’t enough to make up for Dos Anjos’ multiple takedowns. All three judges scored the fight in favor of Dos Anjos.


Alex Caceres defeats Damacio Page (triangle choke, round two)

Chris Cariaso defeats Josh Ferguson (unanimous decision)

Andrew Craig defeats Rafael Natal (KO, round two)

Marcelo Guimares defeats Daniel Stittgen (split decision)

Raphael Assuncao defeats Issei Tamura (TKO, round two)

David is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and boxing practitioner who has watched and studied MMA for the past 9 years. Send him your questions @davidkingwriter.


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