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MASON, Ohio—Top-ranked Roger Federer won a record fifth Cincinnati title
Sunday, dominating second-ranked Novak Djokovic from the outset of a 6-0, 7-6
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the tournaments history that the top two played for the title. From the start,
it was no match. Federer improved to 5-0 in Cincinnati finals and tied Rafael
Nadal for the most Masters titles with 21. Nadal dropped out of the tournament
with a sore knee that has sidelined him indefinitely. “A record break—always
something special when that happens,” Federer said. Djokovic won the Rogers Cup
in Toronto last Sunday and was trying for his first win in Cincinnati, where he
reached the finals last year but had to quit the title match against Andy Murray
because of a sore shoulder. He seemed to be running on fumes in his second final
in two weeks. “I had a fantastic week in Toronto,” Djokovic said. “I came in
here and didnt really expect to get this far, get all the way to the title.” By
contrast, the 31-year-old Swiss star skipped the Rogers Cup, leaving him fresher
Sunday. Federer and Djokovic rarely have such lopsided days together. The Swiss
star won the first set in only 20 minutes, allowing Djokovic just 10 points. It
was the first time in their 28 career matches that one of them took a set 6-0.
The Serb never fully recovered, snapping his streak of 15 straight wins on hard
courts. “I made a lot of double-faults,” Djokovic said. “I was just trying to
win that first game and get things moving.” It was the seventh time that theyd
played for a tournament title. They split the previous six, with Federer winning
the only Grand Slam championship match among them—the U.S. Open in 2007.
Their rivalry took an interesting turn last year. Djokovic beat Federer in a
five-set semifinal at the U.S. Open, then beat him again in the semis at Rome
and the French Open this year. Federer regained the upper hand by defeating the
Serb—in the semifinals again—at Wimbledon last month. Both reached the
final in a dominating style—neither lost their serve or a set during the
week. Federer held his 38 service games, facing only three break points.
Djokovic held serve for 31 games, overcoming 10 break points. Federer put an end
to that right away. Helped by a double-fault, Federer broke Djokovics serve to
start the match. Then, helped by two more double-faults, he broke him again to
go up 3-0. Djokovic went to his chair at the break and grabbed a different
racket, hoping to change the flow of the match. Made no difference whatsoever.
Federer went back on court and served back-to-back aces that Djokovic couldnt
touch with that new racket. It was domination all around—Djokovic had 10
unforced errors in the opening set, the same number of points he won. The Serb
had four double-faults, each one setting up a break point or ending a game. The
fans gave Djokovic a loud ovation when he held serve to open the second set. The
Serb looked up at the crowd and smiled while sipping water. Djokovic showed more
energy in the second set but never put much pressure on Federer, who didnt face
a break point. After a forehand sailed way long, Djokovic raised his arms,
reared back and screamed. Now fully engaged in the match, he took the second set
to a tiebreaker. Djokovic survived one match point and got one point away from
taking the tiebreaker. Federer ran off the last three points, closing it out
with a forehand. On the womens side, Chinas Li Na won her first title of the
season, overcoming an awful first set to beat Germanys Angelique Kerber on
Sunday in the final. After finishing second three times this season, Li finally
got a trophy with her 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 victory. She lost in the final at Montreal a
week earlier, and appeared headed for another disappointment after her poor
showing in the first set. Gerber wore down during long rallies, grabbing her
ankle at times. Li broke her serve by winning a 24-point game of the second set,
putting her in control. Li hadnt won a tournament since 2011, when she won at
Sydney and the French Open. Defending champion Maria Sharapova dropped out
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round-by-round breakdown. PRELIMINARY CARD Charlie Brenneman vs. Kyle Noke Round
1  Noke engages first, but Brenneman responds with a combination. Noke lands a
strong jab. A big right hand from Noke drops Brenneman to the canvas. Brenneman
gets tagged by a few more shots on his knees and the official calls a stop to
the bout. Brenneman jumps up and claims he was still able to fight, but based on
the punches he was taking its understandable that the fight was ended. Noke wins
by technical knockout (strikes) at 0:45 in the first round. Mitch Gagnon vs.
Walel Watson Round 1 – The Canadian Gagnon is fighting out of Sudbury, Ontario.
Gagnon hits Watson with a left hook. Watson has a significant reach and that
could give Gagnon problems. Watson goes in on the attack with a superman punch
that misses and Gagnon drops him with a left hook. Watson crambles as Gagnon
takes advantage with several left hands. Watson gives up his back and Gagnon
capitalizes securing the rear-naked choke and the victory. Gagnon wins by
submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:09 in the first round. Seth Baczynski vs.
Simeon Thoresen Round 1 – Baczynski and Thoresen are feeling each other out in
the first minute. Baczynski is throwing heavy punches, but has yet to connect.
Thoresen delivers a nice leg kick. Both fighters exchange punches in a quick
flurry. Baczynski appears to be cut on his lip. The two fighters lock up in the
clinch, ultimately breaking apart. Thoresen slips through Baczynskis defence and
lands another punch to the face. Baczynski lands a punch and then an eye poke to
Thoresen. After a brief stoppage, the fight continues. Thoresen with a nice kick
pushing Baczynski up against the fence. Baczynski composes himself and hits
Thoresen with a clean left hook over the top. The punch lands on Thoresens jaw
and Thoresen crumbles to the canvass, as the official jumps in to end the bout.
Baczynski wins by knockout (punch) at 4:10 in the first round. Marcus Brimage
vs. Jim Hettes Round 1 – Brimage lands a quick right hand and Hettes falls to
his knees, before jumping back up. Brimage connects again with a punch as Hettes
stands right in front of him. Hettes goes for the takedown, but Brimage avoids
it and escapes by jumping over Hettes. Brimage is pushing Hettes back with his
combinations. Brimage is rushing Hettes, landing body shots. Brimage knocks
Hettes to the ground again, and attacks. Hettes composes himself and Brimage
recognizes that Hettes is the superior fighter on the ground, so he lets Hettes
stand back up. Hettes catches Brimage with a punch on the top of the head.
Brimage is slowing down as the first round continues. Hettes lands a few shots
and Brimage responds with a counter. Brimage may have slowed down a bit, but he
is still throwing plenty of punches as the round comes to a close. TSN.ca
Scorecard: Brimage (10-9). Round 2 – Brimage comes out of his corner and has a
small cut over his left eye. Hettes misses with the leg kick and eats a few
punches because of it. Brimage is still throwing combinations at will. Hettes
finally gets ahold of Brimage and takes him down. Hettes moves into side control
right away. Hettes lands a short elbow, but Brimage flips around and gets back
to his feet. Hettes goes for a jumping knee and connects. Hettes follows it up
by taking Brimage down again. Hettes works his game on the ground and gets
Brimages back. Brimage gets up to his knees, but Hettes secures the body
triangle and pulls him back down. Brimage fights off Hettes submission attempts
and gets back to his feet with just over a minute left in the round. Hettes
lands a jab. Brimage exerted a lot of energy fighting off the submissions
earlier in the round and is slowing down once again as the round closes. Brimage
ends the round by rushing forward with strikes, but doesnt land anything of
significance. TSN.ca Scorecard: Hettes (10-9). Round 3 – Brimage isnt afraid to
rush forward with his attacks as the third round starts. Hettes avoid the
attack, but gets caught by a pair of leg kicks. Brimage throws a solid left hand
to the head. Brimage delivers another leg kick to Hettes left leg. Brimage is
taking more punishment in the exchanges than he was early in the fight. Brimage
is throwing and moving, but Hettes keeps pushing forward. Brimage continues to
throw the leg kick. Hettes attempts a takedown and fails. Hettes is sticking to
the jab, while Brimage is all about power punches. Hettes tries for a takedown
again and once again is stuffed. With a minute left its anyones fight. Brimage
connects on another leg kick. Hettes kept moving forward in the third round, but
it was Brimage who landed more strikes. Neither fighter asserted himself in the
final round, but Brimage did enough to get the win on our card. TSN.ca
Scorecard: Brimage (10-9). Brimage wins by unanimous decision at 5:00 in the
third round. Sean Pierson vs. Lance Benoist Round 1 – The Canadian Pierson is
fighting out of Toronto, Ontario. Benoist throws the first punch and Pierson
answers with a shot of his own. The two fighters lock up and Benoist flips
Pierson towards the cage. Nothing comes of the clinch and they break. Benoist
lands two leg kicks before Pierson catches him with a punch and Benoist falls.
Pierson is unable to capitalize and Benoist gets up. Benoist delivers another
strong leg kick. Pierson catches Benoist with a counter and Benoist goes down to
the canvass again. Pierson avoids the up-kicks to power down. Benoist is looking
for submissions from the bottom, but Pierson gets away and the pair get back to
their feet. The crowd is chanting “Lets Go Pierson” and he responds with a solid
left hand. Pierson catches Benoist with the right hand this time. Both fighters
swing wildly in the final 15 seconds. Pierson takes the round on our card by
landing the more important strikes. TSN.ca Scorecard: Pierson (10-9). Round 2 –
Benoist throws first again, but Pierson attacks with a good combination and gets
Benoist pinned up against the cage. As the fight moves back to the middle of the
Octagon, punches are traded. Pierson is countering well and hits Benoist with a
left hand. Benoist goes for the takedown, but Pierson flips it and scores the
takedown himself. Pierson appears to be the stronger fighter and is using his
strength to push Benoist around on the ground. Benoist gets back up to his feet
and lands a straight left. Pierson catches Benoist again and he falls to his
knees briefly before getting back up. Pierson hits Benoist with a straight left
and follows it with a kick of his own. Benoist pushes forward and connects on a
combination. The second round doesnt have the same pace as the first. Pierson
goes for a takedown at the end of the round, but is stopped. Its a close round
that could have gone either way, but were giving the slight edge to Pierson.
TSN.ca Scorecard: Pierson (10-9). Round 3 – Benoist throws a kick and Pierson
catches it. Benoist is trying for the kicks early and often in the third round.
Both fighters exchange punches, with neither gaining an advantage. Pierson
counters and Benoist lands a good elbow shortly afterward. Benoist is moving
quicker now, but Pierson counters again with a good punch. Benoist connects with
a strong leg kick. Benoist is bleeding around his left eye. Benoist caches
Pierson with a left hand and Pierson stumbles. Benoist attacks and Pierson falls
to the ground. Benoist lands several shots and it looks like Benoist will end
the fight. Pierson scrambles and the official allows the fight to continue.
Pierson impressively gets back to his feet, but needs to hang on for the final
30 seconds. Benoist cant finish the fight and it will go to the scorecards.
Benoist definitely took the final round and with a close second he may have
stolen the fight. We still have Pierson winning the first two. TSN.ca Scorecard:
Benoist (10-9). Pierson wins by unanimous decision at 5:00 in the third round.
T.J. Grant vs. Evan Dunham Round 1 – The Canadian Grant is fighting out of Cole
Harbour, Nova Scotia. Dunham is the aggressor early and catches Grant with an
uppercut. Dunham connects with a left hand, but Grant finally opens up and
throws a nice right hand. Grant drops a combination on Dunham and Dunham answers
with a punch to back Grant off. Grant pushes Dunham into the cage with a knee.
Grant and Dunham exchange several punches as both fighters go to work in the
first round. Dunham has a cut over his right eye and Grant is teeing off on
Dunham at the fence. Dunham sticks his tongue out to call Grant on and he Grant
connects with a big left hook. The Canadian is showing well so far. Dunham and
Grant again trade shots as Dunham has his back to the cage. Grant back up and
lands a right and then a left. Dunham gets a much-needed takedown with just over
30 seconds left in the round. Dunham stands back up and tries to move past the
up-kicks and succeeds. The round comes to an end with Grant landing the better
strikes, giving him the first round. TSN.ca Scorecard: Grant (10-9). Round 2 –
Grant tires for a kick that Dunham catches. Grant tags Dunham, but Dunham
counters with a strong punch of his own. Dunham is up against the cage against
with Grant pinning him there. Grant lands a big knee that open a big cut in the
middle of Dunhams forehead. Dunham smiles and Grant follows it up with a right
hand. Blood is gushing down Dunhams face. To his credit Dunham still seems
composed as he punches away. Grant goes to the body with a punch and then
catches Dunhams kick. Dunham gets caught with another knee and yells at Grant
again. Dunham is not backing down, despite how bad his blood-covered face looks.
Dunham gets a takedown in the final minute again. There is blood all over both
fighters now as Dunham tries to do some damage with Grant down against the
fence. Grant gets back up and the fighters exchange another series of punches as
the round ends. Even with the takedown, Grant gets the round and is looking as
good as he ever has in the Octagon. TSN.ca Scorecard: Grant (10-9). Round 3 –
This round starts with a flurry of shots again. Dunham is throwing a tonne of
strikes and Grant is answering each punch. Dunham tags Grant, but Grant
counters. Dunham lands a good combination and is pressing Grant. Grant gives a
body shot and then a knee to the body as well. Grant continues to counter well.
Grant catches Dunhams kick, but eats a punch for his troubles. Grant lands a leg
kick to the inside of Dunhams leg. Dunham tries for another takedown, but fails
in his attempt. Dunham is bleeding heavily from his forehead once again. Grant
puts together a nice combination. Dunham throws a strong kick that Grant catches
again. Both fighters continue to connect with their punches. Dunham tries for
another takedown and is stopped by Grant. Dunham wont give up and tries for the
takedown again and this time gets it. Grant puts Dunham into his guard. Dunham
goes strong as the bell rings. Dunham takes the final frame, but we have Grant
pulling out the win from his work in the first two rounds. This is an early
contender for Fight of the Night. TSN.ca Scorecard: Dunham (10-9). Grant wins by
unanimous decision at 5:00 in the third round. Vinny Magalhaes vs. Igor Pokrajac
Round 1 – The two fighters clinch right away as the bout begins. Pokrajac pushes
Magalhaes up against the fence while remaining in the clinch. Magalhaes scores a
takedown and ends up in top position. Magalhaes lands a big punch to his downed
opponent. Pokrajac is trying to avoid punches, but Magalhaes stands and drops
down with a big punch. Pokrajac gets Magalhaes into his guard. Pokrajac is
throwing elbows from the bottom, but at the same time Magalhaes moves past his
guard and gets side control. Magalhaes goes for an arm bar, but Pokrajac avoids
it and ends up in top position. Magalhaes locks in the guard and begins throwing
strikes from the bottom. Magalhaes is holding Pokrajac in tight with his left
arm and right leg and he is landing shots from the bottom. Pokrajac gets away
and gets back up to his feet with a minute left. Pokrajac pulls out of a clinch
and lands a right hand right before the bell sounds. Magalhaes gets the slight
edge with the takedown and strong work from the bottom. TSN.ca Scorecard:
Magalhaes (10-9). Round 2 – Pokrajac starts with an inside leg kick. Pokrajac
gets Magalhaes down and Magalhaes immediately goes for a submission. Magalhaes
rotates and tries for the armbar. Magalhaes flips over and gains leverage as
Pokrajac is forced to tap. Magalhaes wins by submission (armbar) at 1:14 in the
second round. MAIN CARD Charles Oliveira vs. Cub Swanson Round 1 – Swanson lands
an inside leg kick early and then another leg kick follows. Oliveira pushes
forward and Swanson clips him with a punch to the chin. Oliveira scores a
takedown and ends up in top position. Oliveira lets Swanson feel his elbows from
the top. Swanson slips away and gets back into the standup. Swanson continues to
throw the leg kick. Oliveira chases Swanson across the cage, but doesnt find his
target. Swanson lands a left hook to thee body and then comes over the top with
a right hand knockout punch that brings the first fight of the main card to a
quick end. Ray Rice Womens Jersey. Swanson wins by
knockout (punch) at 2:40 in the first round. Roger Hollett vs. Matt Hamill Round
1 – The Canadian Hollett is fighting out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Hamill comes
out fast and throws an inside leg kick followed by a punch. Hollett swings heavy
with the left, but misses. Hollett goes for a big right hand over the top that
lands. Hamill puts together a nice combination. Hollett continues to try for the
big punch, while Hamill is moving forward and landing more strikes. Hamill goes
for the takedown and gets Hollett down. Hamill moves onto Holletts back against
the cage. Hollett isnt mounting much of a defence and Hamill is just feeding
Hollett punches to the side of the head. Hamill is in complete control dropping
down hammer fists. Hollett is taking a lot of punishment on the ground. Hollett
gets back to his feet in the final 10 seconds and throws a big knee and then a
strong right hand as the round ends. TSN.ca Scorecard: Hamill (10-9). Round 2 –
Hollett tries a spinning back kick, but Hamill moves clear. Hamill goes for the
takedown and Hollett avoids it. Hollett doesnt seem to have the right range as
his punches are missing. Hamill goes for a takedown and succeeds, ending in
Holletts guard. Hamill does little on top and Hollett gets back up to his feet.
The fans begin booing he lack of action in this round. Hollett goes for another
spinning back kick and misses. Hollett tries for the spinning back kick again,
but they arent landing. Hollett finally lands with an inside leg kick. Hollett
fakes a spinning back fist, but pulls it back last minute. Hamill seems tired as
the second round progresses. Hamill may have tired himself out with his flurry
in the first round. Hamill lands a takedown in the final 10 seconds and has
control of this bout. TSN.ca Scorecard: Hamill (10-9). Round 3 – Hollett will
need a knockout if he plans on coming away with a win tonight. Hollett starts
things off with a left hand. Hamill charges and scores another takedown. Hamill
stands over his downed opponent and pressures him into turning onto his knees
against the cage. Hamill is throwing punches and controlling Hollett, who is
trying to get back to his feet. Hollett rolls away, but Hamill follows and gets
into half guard. Hamill has dominated the action on the ground. Hollett gets
back up and has two minutes to do something big. Hamill shoots and gets Hollett
down again. Hamill is keeping his weight on Hollett and letting the seconds tick
away. The official stands the fighters up and Hollett has one more chance.
Hamill pushes Hollett against the fence and gets him back on the ground with
minimal effort. Hollett is bleeding from his nose as Hamill powers through the
final horn. TSN.ca Scorecard: Hamill (10-9). Hamill wins by unanimous decision
at 5:00 in the third round. Michael Bisping vs. Brian Stann Round 1 – Both
fighters come out moving quick. A few small strikes lead into the clinch as they
take turns pinning each other against the fence. Bisping pulls back and lands a
knee. The pair break apart and move back into the centre of the Octagon. Stann
delivers straight right hand to the face. Bisping returns the straight punch to
the face. Stann mixes in an inside leg kick. Bisping goes for a takedown and
pushes Stann against the cage. Bisping continues to try hard, but Stann fends it
off. Bisping does score a good elbow in the clinch and the two fighters break
apart again. Bisping catches Stann low with an inside leg kick, but Stann shakes
it off and they keep going. A nice exchange of punches with both fighters
landing shots. Stann returns the low kick to Bisping and the fight is briefly
stopped as he recovers. Bisping lands a good left to the mouth of Stann. Bisping
tries for the takedown and Stann stops it. As they move away Stann connects on a
strong punch that staggers Bisping. Sensing weakness Stann charges, but Bisping
locks him up as the horn sounds. TSN.ca Scorecard: Stann (10-9). Round 2 –
Bisping lands a jab that connects with Stanns face. Bisping goes for another
takedown and this time around he makes it happen falling into side control.
Bisping is working the body with right hands and putting his elbow into Stanns
face. Stann reverses and ends up in top position, dropping a punch down on
Bisping. Stann stands up for a second and Bisping uses the opportunity to get
back to his feet. As they scramble, Bisping lands a few shots with just over two
minutes left in the second round. Bisping tags Stan with a left hand. Bisping
looks more crisp in this round, but its another close one to call at this point.
Bisping lands a combination and then goes for a takedown and scores it. Bisping
is in side control again with 30 seconds left. Bisping attempts a kimura and
then drops punches down on Stann. This one will be decided in the third. TSN.ca
Scorecard: Bisping (10-9). Round 3 – Both fighters throw a leg kick to start the
final round. Bisping throws a couple jabs and then charges forward, scoring
another takedown. Stann is back up quick and the action continues. Bisping has
found his range and lands a nice right hand and then another. Bisping is mixing
in leg kicks and is getting the best of the exchanges early in the third round.
Bisping with another nice combination and Stann is starting to show damage on
his face, especially his under his left eye. Bisping tries for another takedown,
but ends up pinning Stann against the fence. Stann uses a knee to create
separation and gets away. Stann throws a good body kick and Bisping counters
with two punches. Stann is throwing big shots, but Bisping is landing more of
his strikes. Bisping gets another takedown and lands a few shots, before Stann
gets up. Bisping is pushing the pace, but Stann powers to the finish with a
small flurry. Stann fought hard, but were giving the final round and the fight
to Bisping. TSN.ca Scorecard: Bisping (10-9). Bisping wins by unanimous decision
at 5:00 in the third round. Joseph Benavidez vs. Demetrious Johnson(Flyweight
Championship) Round 1 – This bout will crown the first ever UFC flyweight
champion. Benavidez starts fast and charges forward with a leg kick. Dont blink
because you might miss something in this bout. Johnson catches Benavidez with a
left hand and then they lock up against the cage. They back out to the centre of
the Octagon, but Benavidez chases Johnson into the fence again. Benavidez is
pushing forward and walks into a right hand from Johnson. Benavidez attacks, but
slips to the canvass before jumping back up. Benavidez attempts a spinning back
fist that misses. Benavidez pins Johnson against the cage again. Benavidez kicks
high, but Johnson blocks. Johnson lands the inside leg kick and then a solid
right hand. Benavidez is charging forward, however he seems unable to track
Johnson. TSN.ca Scorecard: Johnson (10-9). Round 2 – Both fighters exchange
punches, but neither is able to land a significant blow. Benavidez continues to
power his way forward, but Johnson catches him with an inside leg kick.
Benavidez lands a right hand and then a left leg kick. Benavidez goes for a
takedown, but Johnson escapes. Benavidez tries for the takedown again and
Johnson slips his leg away in the exact same fashion. Johnson avoid a punch and
sneaks around behind Benavidez. The pair scramble and return to the standup.
Johnson connects on a punch, but Benavidez answers. Benavidez lands a big right
hand in the final 15 seconds of the second round. Another close round, but this
one goes to the aggressor Benavidez. TSN.ca Scorecard: Benavidez (10-9). Round 3
Benavidez is chasing Johnson to start this round as well. Benavidez misses
with a head kick that gets a reaction from the crowd. Benavidez throws a leg
kick and Johnson catches it. Benavidez counters and lands a right hand.
Benavidez is bleeding from his left eye now. Benavidez snaps with the inside leg
kick. The crowd boos briefly for an unexplained reason as the two flyweights are
throwing strikes with great frequency. Benavidez finally gets a takedown, but
Johnson bounces back to his feet. Benavidez puts together a good combination.
Benavidez goes high with a pair of kicks, but neither connect. Johnson clips
Benavidez with a rand hand at the end of an exchange. The rounds continue to be
close, but Johnson edges Benavidez in the third. TSN.ca Scorecard: Johnson
(10-9). Round 4 – Johnson throws an inside leg kick to start the round.
Benavidez catches Johnson will a solid right hand and Benavidez attacks
immediately. Benavidez moves into top position with Johnson on the ground.
Benavidez locks in a choke and Johnson is trying get his chin away to avoid a
submission. Johnson escapes and lives to fight on, but Benavidez is still in
half guard and in a position of control. Benavidez moves into side control.
Johnson spins away and gets back to his feet. Very impressive escape from
Johnson. Benavidez tries to pull Johnson down, but he ends up underneath
Johnson. The scramble back to their feet and Johnson gets his back briefly.
Johnson drops under a punch and scores a takedown with 30 seconds left in the
round. Johnson gets side control and begins punching away at his opponents
stomach. Johnson survived the round and looked good doing it, but Benavidez
scored well in the fourth. TSN.ca Scorecard: Benavidez (10-9). Round 5 – Final
round wins the flyweight title on our card. Benavidez tries for a head kick and
misses. Johnson throws a huge punch that misses as well. Johnson then drops low
for a takedown and scores it. Benavidez gets up, but Johnson puts him down
again. Johnson still looks sharp in the fifth round. Johnson catches Benavidez
with a left hand. Johnson is working well in the exchanges and gets another
takedown. Benavidez fights to get back to his feet, but Johnson does not make it
easy on him. Benavidez is still attacking, however Johnson is the one landing
his punches. Benavidez is struggling to find the target and Johnson is crisp in
his punching and takedowns. Johnson pins Benavidez against the cage and as they
come off the fence the horn sounds. It appears that Johnson is the first
flyweight champion, but itll be decided by the judges. TSN.ca Scorecard: Johnson
(10-9). Johnson wins by split decision at 5:00 in the fifth round. Jon Jones vs.
Vitor Belfort(Light Heavyweight Championship) Round 1 – Jones comes to the
middle of the Octagon on his knees. Jones throws a kick as the first strike.
Jones gets Belfort down against the cage. Jones is a much bigger fighter and
Jones is controlling him on the ground. Belfort secures an armbar and holds the
submission tightly. It looks like Jones might be in trouble. Jones stands up
with Belfort still holding the armbar. Jones drops Belfort down on his head a
couple times, but the hold is still locked in. Jones escapes, but just barely.
Jones moves back into Belforts guard and starts dropping elbows down on Belfort.
Jones continues the elbows and Belfort is cut badly. There is a lot of blood
pooling in Belforts right eye. Jones is setting up the elbow and consistently
landing it to Belforts face. Belfort is taking a beating on the ground now.
Belfort spins around and nearly gets up. Jones stands and drops down with
punches as the round ends. Nearly an upset, but Jones takes the round. TSN.ca
Scorecard: Jones (10-9). Round 2 – Jones tries a spinning elbow and misses.
Belfort throws a head kick. Jone