UFC 128 Results: Jon Jones Dominates Shogun Rua, Becomes Youngest UFC Champion

SB Nation MMA brings you full UFC 128 results and play-by-fight for tonight's gigantic MMA event. The event is headlined by UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua vs. Jon "Bones" Jones. The co-main event features Urijah Faber vs. Eddie Wineland. The featured bout of this card is Brendan Schaub vs. Mirko CroCop, but we will feature all of the results, fight-by-fight, beginning at 7 p.m. ET. The event takes place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.

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UFC 128 Results: Rashad Evans Vs. Jon Jones? Consider It Done

That didn't take long. All that had to happen was a UFC pecking order and two fighters from the same camp both at the top of their division. Keith Jardine and Rashad Evans have long been teammates in the same division, but never had to worry about fighting one another (at least post seas on two of 'The Ultimate Fighter') because they never occupied the same space in the hierarachy. Jon Jones and Evans don't have that luxury.

The date has not been announced. There is no venue. We don't know which UFC event it will be. But for the first time, meaningfully, in UFC history, high-level teammates will fight each other. As we saw tonight, former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans was promised the winner of Mauricio Rua vs. Jon Jones. Jones, winning easily, now has to face his teammate.

The acknowledgment of the fight by UFC commentator Joe Rogan was icy, to put it mildly. Neither fighter seemed particularly pleased with the predicament. This moment is bigger than most realize. Just two months ago both swore they'd never fight one another. Coach Greg Jackson says he wants no part of it. But now they essentially have no choice. Evans is unwilling to move down to middleweight. Jones, surely, will not abdicate his title. They must face one another, not because of artificial pressure, but because they are on a natural collision course.

This fight will break the ice for teammate vs. teammate debates in mixed martial arts. It's not that this fight will open the flood gates to teammates (and really, we use that term so loosely) fighting one another without regard for concern. Conditions will be placed how and when these battles happen. But the prohibitive stance against them from here on out will fade.

Teammates will fight teammates. It won't be often and making it happen won't be easy. But the era when they could avoid each other in the same division is over. It ended at UFC 128. You can thank Rashad Evans' knee and Jon Jones for that paradigm shift.

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UFC 128 Results: Jon Jones Finishes Shogun Rua To Win UFC Title

Round two was not much better for Mauricio Rua. Jon Jones continued to dominate. He didn't do as much damage physically as he did in the first, but still took the round easily.

ROUND 3 - Shogun chasing in with punches, but hits nothing but air. Head kick misses for Jones. In a short scramble, Jones puts Rua on his back again. Now moves to half guard. From the guard he is crushing Shogun with pure punches. And another, including elbows.  Shogun rolls to avoid being finished and stands, but is being annihiliated here.

Shogun stands but is completely busted up at this point. Jones lands a knee standing and a body shot and drops Shogun to the canvas. Referee Herb Dean has seen enough and jumps in to save the former PRIDE and UFC champion.

UFC commentator Joe Rogan  put it best "It wasn't even a struggle". Words fail me. He is incredible.

UFC 128 results: Jon Jones defeated Mauricio Shogun Rua at 2:37 of round 3.

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UFC 128 Results: Shogun Rua Vs. Jon Jones Round 2

The first round was huge for Jon Jones. Mauricio Rua needed a huge second round to regain momentum. Shogun started the round gassed and seemingly bewildered.

ROUND 2 -Outside leg kick checked by Rua. Diving punch from Rua misses and now they clinch against the fence. Spinning back elbow lands for Jones. Hard. Inside leg kick lands now Jones and as Shogun charges he's missing everything. The fighters clinch in the center of the cage and now separate. Shogun reaching high for punches but can't land much. Jones picking apart Rua. Rua lands nice outside leg kick, but is taken down in the process. Jones on top now controlling Rua, but not doing a ton of damage.

UFC 128 results: SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Jones.

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UFC 128 Results: Shogun Rua Vs. Jon Jones Round 1

The main event for UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones is, of course, Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua vs. Jon Jones. This event serves as the most important test of Jones' young career and seeks to either validate or invalidate the hype around Jones. Rua, feeling overlooked, is looking to resassert his prominence over the division coming off of knee surgery.

The referee in charge of the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 - Flying knee lands for Jones and Rua seems unfazed. Turning side kicks missed for Jones, but he wrestles Shogun to the floor with a collar tie. Shogun throws up a triangle attack on Jones, but it goes nowhere. Shogun staying active underneath moving and staying out of the way. Full guard for Shogun. Shogun looking hard to sweep but Jones basing out allowing nothing. Hard punches on top from Jones as Shogun struggles back to his feet. Hard right hand from Jones lands. Knee now from Jones in the center of the cage. Straight right lands for Jones. Left hook for Shogun misses and now Jones is on top again.

UFC 128 results: SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Jones.

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UFC 128 Results: Urijah Faber Decisions Eddie Wineland In Close Fight

The co-main event for UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones is Urijah Faber vs. Eddie Wineland. Both WEC veterans have been in title fights before, although Faber's experience is far more considerable. Faber is looking to defeat Wineland so he can earn a rematch for a title fight against UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz. This fight is the UFC debut for both fighters.

The referee in charge of the action is Keith Peterson.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters start out orthodox and Wineland standing tall in the pocket. Faber locks up with Wineland immediately. The fighters clinch against the fence and jockey for takedowns. Double leg for Faber nearly lands, but Wineland whizzers hard and continues to stand. Failed trip takedown by Wineland and the two still clinch along the fence. Wineland working from double underhooks. Big slam for Wineland, but Faber pops back up immediately. Right hand lands for Faber. Left now lands for Faber. Failed shoulder throw for Faber and the fighters separate. Leg kick from Faber meets a right hand from Wineland.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Wineland.

ROUND 2 - Body kick lands for Faber to start the round. Faber is stalking and Wineland misses with several punches. Faber grabs a single and kicks out Wineland's post. Working now from Wineland's full guard. Hard elbows on top now from Faber. Hard punches also now on top from Faber. Wineland tries a hip bump escape, but Faber wrestles him back to the canvas. Faber still controlling position, but missing some of his strikes from on top. Hard elbow now on top as the round draws to a close.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Faber.

ROUND 3 - Wineland starts the round stalking Faber, but Faber inching position in on him. Faber just plain reaches for a single, but Wineland stuffs it easily. Faber changes levels again and drives Wineland into the fence, but can't get the takedown. Wineland gets caught with some huge punches from Faber. Faber potshotting Wineland now from his distance and Wineland content to counterfight. Explosive level change and reshot from Faber gets the takedown with just over a minute left.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Faber and the fight 29-28 Faber.

UFC 128 results: Urijah Faber defeated Eddie Wineland by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

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UFC 128 Results: Jim Miller Dominates Kamal Shalorus En Route To Knockout

The third fight on the UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones broadcast is Jim Miller vs. Kamal Shalorus. Shalorus is making his UFC debut after four fights in the WEC. Miller, the hometown favorite, is coming off a great win over Charles Oliveira. Miller needs a dominant performance to move up the ranks towards a title shot against Frankie Edgar.

The referee in charge of the action is Kevin Mulhall.

ROUND 1 - Miller comes out hard firing straight punches and leg kicks. Miller standing southpaw while Shalorus standing orthodox, swinging wild punches. Outside leg kick for Shalorus. Flying knee from Miller gets turned into a single leg dump from Shalorus. Miller jumps back to his feet. Head kick from Miller nearly lands flush. Body kick from Miller lands and he jumps for a guillotine, but misses it. Shalorus works from on top. Right hand for Shalrous lands, but so does Miller's plus a head kick.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Miller.

ROUND 2 - Hard outside leg kick for Shalorus after the fighters exchange hand combos. Easy single leg while Miller attempts flying triangle. Miller stands up immediately. Well timed shot from Miller gets Shalorus to the mat and in the scramble takes his back immediately. Miller gets a semi-tight body triangle but without any underhooks. He can't finish Shalorus, but clearly wins the round.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Miller.

ROUND 3 - Hard left from Miller finds the mark. And another. Hard knee to the body of Shalorus for Miller. Shalorus stuffs a quick shot from Miller. Shalorus has a shot stuffed and tries to throw Miller by, but nothing doing. Hard uppercut from Miller followed by a jumping drops Shalorus. Hard punches follow and referee Mulhall stops the fight.

UFC 128 results: Jim Miller defeated Kamal Shalorus by TKO (strikes) at 2:15 of round 3.

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UFC 128 Results: Nate Marquardt Decisions Dan Miller

The second fight on the UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones fight card was a last-minute middlweight fight between Nate Marquardt and Dan Miller. Miller was originally scheduled to fight Nick Catone due to Yoshihiro Akiyama pulling out due to the tragedy in Japan. Miller, quite clearly, is the underdog.

The referee in charge of the action is Dan Miragliotta.

ROUND 1- Dan Miller desperate to get this fight to the ground. A failed double that nearly turns into a guillotine for Marquardt turns into a single that's successful for Miller. Miller tries his patented guillotine as Marquardt tries to escape and does. Miller fighting off of his back now in full guard. The ref stands it up. Right straight lands and a monster double leg slam hits for Marquardt. A failed kimura attempt for Miller. Close round, actually.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Marquardt.

ROUND 2 - Outside leg kick for Marquardt. Now inside. Right straight for Miller finds the mark and another. Uppercut for Miller misses and Marquardt ducks out of the way. Two right hands, a partially landed head kick and flying knee land for Marquardt. Miller, however, secures a takedown because of Marquardt's commitment. Big right hand lands for Marquardt. And another. And another, plus a takedown for Marquardt. Miller tries to lock up a no-arm guillotine, but fails. Decent ground and pound from Marquardt, but all within Miller's full guard.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Marquardt.

ROUND 3 - Right hand for Marquardt, but Miller responds with an uppercut. Another right hand straight from Marquardt and again an uppercut from Miller. Outside leg kick for Marquardt. Marquardt continues to hunt with the right hand lead. Knee tap from Miller is stuffed. Marquardt cuts the corner and gets the takedown, working from Miller's open guard. Hard ground and pound from Marquardt now, but still within open full guard. Miller having a hard time seeing out of the left eye. Now Miller is pressed against the fence. Miller attempts a triangle but Marquardt able to do enough to shake him off.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Marquardt and 30-27 Marquardt.

UFC 128 results: Nate Marquardt defeated Dan Miller via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

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UFC 128 Results: Mirko CroCop Knocked Out By Brendan Schaub

The opening bout on the UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones card is a heavyweight fight between PRIDE legend Mirko 'CroCop' Filipovic and Brendan Schaub. Schaub entered this bout with a win over Gabriel Gonzaga. CroCop, by contrast, came into this fight with a win over Pat Barry. Schaub is looking to make a name for himself with a win over CroCop.

The referee in charge of the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 - CroCop stands southpaw and Schaub is orthodox. Schaub already taking the fight right to him as well as some dirty boxing. The fighters jockey for position along the fence but referee Dean warns Schaub for a strike to the back of the head. They re-start in the center of the cage. Beautifully timed takedown by Schaub and it lands. Upkick also lands for Mirko. Finally some tough ground and pound lands for Schaub, but still in full guard. A near hip bump escape puts CroCop back on his feet. Failed outside trip for Schaub. Schaub staying busy and landing some decent but small shots.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Schaub.

ROUND 2 - Big right hand misses for Schaub. CroCop throws the head kick, but it's blocked and now Schaub gets the takedown. CroCop gets warned for an upkick. Left straight for the Croatian that lands. Fighters now clinch fighting in close quarters along the fence. Small uppercut lands for CroCop, but he's being controlled. Nice over the top elbow for CroCop. Schaub is bleeding profusely now. A point is being taken from Schaub for shots to the back of the head. Knee tap takedown fails for Schaub. Close round.

SBNation.com scores this round 9-9.

ROUND 3 - Leg kick for CroCop, but seemingly lands too low. Time is stopped to give Schaub recovery time. CroCop charges in and they clinch. Fantasically-timed takedown for Schaub lands and Mirko is on his back. Yet, another takedown for Schaub, blast-double like. Schaub passes to half guard. CroCop back to his feet. Two small left straights for CroCop find the mark. Head kick by CroCop blocked. Double leg stuffed for CroCop, but they go back to their feet. And then one right hand from Schaub ends the night. That's a wrap folks.

UFC 128 results: Brendan Schaub defeated Mirko CropCop by TKO (strikes) at 3:44 of round 3.

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UFC 128 Results: Luiz Cane Destroys Eliot Marshall

The second fight on the Spike TV broadcast of UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones was a light heavyweight bout between Eliot Marshall and Luiz Cane. Both fighters had suffered losses in the UFC (Marshall had already been cut and this was his return fight) and needed it stay in the UFC.

The referee in charge of the action is Dan Miragliotta.

ROUND 1 - Marshall attempts a takedown right away, but it goes nowhere. Cane already stalking him. Cane lands a hard inside leg kick and left hand. An extended takedown from Marshall misses big time. Hard left straight and an uppercut. Marshall crumples to mat and is eating shot after shot. He's trying desperately to hang on, but Cane is all over him. Marshall tries for a kneebar and it's not going anywhere. Cane is unloading a beating here. The referee is forced to stop the fight.

UFC 128 results: Luiz Cane defeats Eliot Marshall by TKO (strikes) at 2:15 of round 1.

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UFC 128 Results: Edson Barboza Decisions Anthony Njokuani In Striking Battle

The first UFC 128: Shogunvs. Jones was a lightweight bout between elite lightweight strikers Anthony Njokuani and Edson Barboza. The two promised to put on an elite display of mixed martial arts striking. The referee in charge is Keith Peterson.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters standing orthdox and Njokuani is pumping the jab. Njokuani switches stance, throws a leg kick, but eats a right hand. Goes back to orthodox. Right hand nails the Nigerian American and Barboza looks to be on fire. HARD outside leg kick from Barboza. Left hand shovel punch by Njokuani. Njokuani switches stance again. Body kick with left leg for Barboza. Barboza doing all the stalking here. Another hard outside leg kick for Barboza. Left hook for Njokuani finds the mark. Fighters trade hooks and an inside leg kick lands for Njokuani.

SBNation.com scores this bout 10-9 Barboza.

ROUND 2 - Njokuani attacking hard, putting multiple hand and feet combinations together. Jab for Njokuani. Switch step for Barboza is blocked. Outside leg kick for Barboza finds the mark. Distance playing more of a role for Njokuani this round. Turning side kick lands for Barboza. The Brazilian throws a kick, but it's caught and Njokuani drives him to the floor. A little GNP for Barboza. Both fighter return to their feet. A spinning elbow and Brazilian kick by Njokuani. Barboza being outworked here. Diving straight right for Barboza misses. Huge double leg for Barboza lands. Working now in Njokuani's guard.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Njokuani.

ROUND 3 - Two inside leg kicks for Barboza. Njokuani is stalking and still putting better hand and feet combinations together. Barboza throws jabs and straight punches, but is way out of range. Barboza stalking now. Right hand lands for Barboza. Another right hand lands for Barboza and a head kick grazes. Outside leg kick lands plus a flying knee for Njokuani. Diving uppercut to the body lands for Barboza. Left hook to the body for Njokuani. Barboza gets a takedown with thirty seconds left in the round. Njokuani stands. Hard spinning heel kick lands for Barboza as the bell rings.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Barboza and the fight 29-28 Barboza.

UFC 128 results: Edson Barboza defeated Anthony Njokuani by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).

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UFC 128 Results: Mike Pyle Defeats Ricardo Almeida By Unanimous Decision

The second fight on the UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones fight card is a welterweight bout between Xtreme Couture's Mike Pyle and Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Ricardo Almeida. Pyle came into this bout with a surprising and dominate win over John Hathaway. Almeida came into this fight after a loss to former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes, although his most recent win came over T.J. Grant at UFC 124.

The referee overseeing the action is Kevin MacDonald.

ROUND 1 - Both fighters start out orthodox. Fighters exchange leg kicks, inside for outside in the first minute. Uppercut lands for Pyle as Almeida is ducks reaching for a right hand. From underhooks, Pyle trips Almeida and sends him crashing to mat, but does not follow up. Almeida attempts a takedown, but drives so fast Pyle is able to stand easily. A right hand slightly rocks Pyle, but he's still able to stuff takedown attempts. Knee misses for Pyle. Close round.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Pyle.

ROUND 2 - Pyle pawing with jab. Side kick for Almeida actually lands. Pyle over commits on a punch and is taken down, but Pyle is able to stand and achieve underhooks. Failed single from Almeida and Pyle lands a knee. Right hand partially blocked by Pyle as well as a takedown, but Almeida stands. Hard outside leg kick by Pyle. Right hand and Almeida uses it to get a double leg. Pyle tries to lock up a kimura but lets go. Another very close round.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Almeida.

ROUND 3 - Not much action to start the round. Both fighters exchange leg kicks that are more feints than anything. Lots movement from both fighters, neither landing anything significant. Left hook to the body for Pyle. Hard knee from Pyle and a takedown. Almeida working from butterfly, but Pyle backs out and Almeida tries a De La Riva sit-up to attempt a single. Almeida's single goes nowhere and he eats another knee. And another HUGE one. Almeida gets a take down, but Pyle pops up immediately. Pyle lands an outside trip, but Almeida stands immediately.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Pyle and the fight 29-28 Pyle.

UFC 128 results: Mike Pyle defeated Ricardo Almeida by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27).

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UFC 128 Results: Gleison Tibau Defeats Kurt Pellegrino By Split Decision

The first Facebook UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones fight featured a lightweight tilt between New Jersey native Kurt Pellegrino and American Top Team fighter Gleison Tibau. Both fighters were looking to earn a place on the main card. The hometown fighter Pellegrino entered as the betting underdog.

The referee officiating the action is Herb Dean.

ROUND 1 - Tibau starts southpaw as Pellegrino starts orthodox. Both fighters feeling each other out early. Left hand for Tibau and he attempts something like a standing cradle as Tibau drives him into the fence. Pellegrino drives forward with punches but lands nothing but air. Pellegrino shoots in on a single and Tibau circles out, escapes and underhooks Pellegrino as he pushes him into the fence. Hard double lands for Tibau, but he over commits and Pellegrino is able to create space to stand. Now Pellegrino goes back to the double leg attempt, but can't get it. Body kick mildly lands for Pellegrino. Close round.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Tibau.

ROUND 2 - The fighters open the round, again, feeling each other out. Pellegrino takes the center of the cage, but a left straight lands for Tibau. Again Pellegrino charges with punches and again hits nothing, but Tibau is also missing a lot. Two huge right hands land for Pellegrino as Tibau stands in front him. Pellegrino follows up with a huge double leg takedown and is working ground and pound on top. Tibau is able to stand, but now he sports a cut over his left eye.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Pellegrino.

ROUND 3 - Charging left for Tibau misses as does a sloppy double leg attempt. Pellegrino gets nailed with a nice left by Tibau and the Brazilian appears to be working more this round. Tibau attempts a double off a diving left hand, but can't get it so he drives Pellegrino into the fence. Left hand lands for Tibau off of a double jab. Then a right hook. Single by Pellegrino is stuffed, but he hands on and uses it to push Tibau into the fence. Tibau lands a takedown of his own and passes to side. Pellegrino is able to stand, but eats a few punches as a result. Pellegrino trying for a single against the fence, but Tibau easily able to stuff it. Knee tap takedown for Tibau with less than 40 seconds into the fight. Pellegrino dives for a kneebar, but it goes nowhere.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Tibau and the fight 29-29 Tibau.

UFC 128 results: Gleison Tibau defeated Kurt Pellegrino by split decision (29-28 Tibau, 29-28 Pellegrino, 29-28 Tibau).

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UFC 128 Results Joseph Benavidez Defeats Ian Loveland By Unanimous Decision

The third fight at UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones was a bantamweight (135lbs) fight between Joseph Benavidez and Ian Loveland. Benavidez was entering this fight after besting Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Wagnney Fabiano. Loveland entered the bout with an upset win UFC debut over striker Tyler Toner.

The first round was a close affair. Benavidez was customarily showing a lot of movement, but Loveland was able to put a lot of combinations together, especially late in the round. Either fighter did enough to make an argument for them.

In the second round, Benavidez was able to land a solid takedown, but Loveland - who clearly came in underrated and well prepared - was able to stand right away. The problem for Loveland late became the pace, however, and the Barn Owl measured his offense. That was enough for Benavidez to be comfortable and land more, scoring more points in the process.

In the third round, a cut appeared to be bleeding on Benavidez's forehead, although it wasn't badly bleeding. Benavidez eventually dropped Loveland with a right hand and landed in half guard. It wasn't a dominate win, but a couple of takedowns for Benavidez

UFC 128 results: Joseph Benavidez defeated Ian Loveland by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27).

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UFC 128 Results: Nick Catone Defeats Costantinos Philippou By Unanimous Decision

In the second fight of UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones, New Jersey's Nick Catone took on last-minute replacement and Matt Serra-student Costantinos Philippou. Catone was originally slated to face Dan Miller, but Miller was promoted to face Nate Marquardt after Yoshihiro Akiyama stayed in Japan due to the tsunami tragedy. This bout was contested at a catchweight of 195lbs.

In round one, Catone's wrestling took over, but not until later in the round. The two traded weak shots early until Catone forced Philippou to the cage where he eventually secured a takedown. Some nice ground and pound eventually cut Philippou open right at the end of the first round.

The second was another good round for Catone. A couple of monster knees from the clinch landed including a single leg take down. Philippou wasn't crushed in the round, but didn't score nearly as much as Catone. The layoff for Catone has so far shown in his stand-up, but hasn't stopped him from winning the first two rounds.

In the third round, it was more of the same. Catone was able to control the fight. Philippou was never really in this.

UFC 128 results: Nick Catone defeated Costantinos Philippou by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).

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UFC 128 Results: Erik Koch Knocks Out Raphael Assuncao

In the first fight of UFC 128, featherweights Erik Koch and Raphael Assuncao locked horns in the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Koch was the underdog, but possesed a top notch guard and excellent, aggressive striking. Assuncao, on the other hand, is a tough, hard to put away veteran. Both were fighting for a higher spot on UFC cards.

Referee Kevin Mulhall officiated the action. After an early trade of leg kicks between both fighters, Koch even fired off a right hand that sent the Brazilian crumbling to the mat. According to Yahoo's Kevin Iole, "We may have the Knockout of the Night already." 

This represents a huge win for Koch. Assuncao is a very talented veteran with strong defensive skills. He's hard to score on and hard to damage. For Koch to put away such a respected and talented fighter says quite a bit about his future.

UFC 128 results: Erik Koch defeated Raphael Assuncao via knockout at 2:32 of round 1.

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UFC 128 Results: Shogun Vs. Jones Live Play-By-Play

Join SB Nation MMA tonight starting at 7 p.m. ET as we bring you fight-by-fight coverage of UFC 128: Shogun vs. Jones. The event takes place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The main event is a UFC light heavyweight title fight between champion Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua and challenger Jon 'Bones' Jones. That fight is scheduled for five five-minute rounds. All other fights will scheduled for three five-minute rounds.

In terms of scheduling, the under card fights begin at 7 p.m. ET. At 8 p.m. ET, beginning with Kurt Pellegrino vs. Gleison Tibau, fights will be shown on the UFC's Facebook fan page. At 9 p.m. ET beginning with Edson Barboza vs. Anthony Njokuani, fights will air on Spike TV. The pay-per-view portion of the card begins at 10 p.m. ET.

For more analysis and insight through the course of the night, follow Luke Thomas on Twitter: @MMANation. Also be sure to check SB Nation's UFC 128 results page for up the minute fight results. You can also check out Luke Thomas' YouTube playlist with interviews and interviews with UFC 128 fighters as well as former UFC light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans.

Main card:
Mauricio "Shogun" Rua vs. Jon Jones [LHW title]
Urijah Faber vs. Eddie Wineland
Jim Miller vs. Kamal Shalorus
Dan Miller vs. Nate Marquardt
Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic vs. Brendan Schaub

On Spike at 9 p.m. ET:
Luiz Cane vs. Eliot Marshall
Edson Barboza vs. Anthony Njokuani

On Facebook at 8 p.m. ET:
Ricardo Almeida vs. Mike Pyle
Kurt Pellegrino vs. Gleison Tibau

Preliminary card:
Joseph Benavidez vs. Ian Loveland
Erik Koch  vs. Raphael Assuncao
Nick Catone vs. Costantinos Philippou

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