UFC Live 4 results

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Even with the last-minute changes to the “UFC Live 4” card, it still turned out to be an entertaining night of MMA fights. “UFC Live 4” took place on June 26, at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburg, PA. Here are the results for the “UFC Live 4” fight card.

Cheick Kongo defeats Patrick Barry

Both MMA fighters felt each other out in the opening minutes of the fight, before an overhand right from Barry sent Kongo to the ground. Kongo looked like he was out as Barry bombarded him with punches, but the French MMA fighter managed to get back on his feet. As Barry looked for the finish, Kongo landed a flush uppercut that instantly froze Barry up. Kongo followed up with a few solid punches before referee Dan Miragliotta stopped the fight. Definitely one of the best comebacks in UFC history, props to Kongo for withstanding Barry’s assault and Miragliotta for not stopping the fight early.

Charlie Brenneman defeats Rick Story

Brenneman gave his opponent a horror story he won’t soon forget at “UFC Live 4.” Taking the fight on 24 hour notice, Brenneman shocked MMA fans as he dominated Story and earned the unanimous decision. Ironically, Story who has impressed many with his wrestling ability in the past, found himself outwrestled in a fight he couldn’t afford to lose.

Matt Brown defeats John Howard

Brown displayed his well-rounded arsenal as an MMA fighter at “UFC Live 4”, out striking Howard and forcing him to shoot. Howard had no answers for Brown on the ground either. All three judges scored the fight 29-28 for Brown.

Matt Mitrione defeats Christian Morecraft

Mitrione improves his MMA record to 5-0, with his second round knockout of Morecraft.

Undercard

Tyson Griffin defeats Manny Gamburyan (unanimous decision)

Javier Vazquez defeats Joe Stevenson (unanimous decision)

Joe Lauzon defeats Curt Warburton (kimura, round one)

Rich Attonito defeats Daniel Roberts (unanimous decision)

Charles Oliveira defeats Nik Lentz (rear-naked choke, round two)

Ricardo Lamas defeats Matt Grice (TKO, round one)

Michael Johnson Edward Faaloloto (TKO, round one)

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