UFC On Versus 4 Results: Michael Johnson Stops Edward Faaloloto In One Round

The first fight of the night at UFC on Versus 4 is Michael Johnson vs. Edward Faaloloto. This is a lightweight fight, meaning 155 pounds. This fight is a UFC debut for Faaloloto and the first fight for Johnson since competing at the finale for The Ultimate Fighter 12. The referee in charge of the action is Mark Matheny.

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ROUND 1 - Johnson starts out switching his stance to begin the fight. Faaloloto drills Johnson with a monster inside leg kick. A flurry of punches now from the Hawaiian, but he eats a left hook from Johnson as well. Hard left elbow in the clinch from Faaloloto, but Johnson eventually secures a double leg against the fence. Faaloloto uses a Turk to stand. Both fighters exchange middle kicks. More absolutely brutal inside leg kicks from Faaloloto, but he eats a left hook. Johnson presses forward and lands a straight left. And another. Johnson gets another takedown, although perhaps Faaloloto slipped. Johnson steps away and lets the Hawaiian stand. Johnson secures a Thai plum and drives knees into Faaloto, plus a left elbow. Follow up ground and pound from Johnson and that's a wrap. The referee stops the fight.

UFC on Versus 4 results: Michael Johnson defeats Edward Faaloloto by TKO (strikes) at 4:42 of round 1.

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