UFC 132 Results And Play-By-Play: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber, Wanderlei Silva Vs. Chris Leben And More

Join SB Nation MMA tonight at 6 p.m. ET as we bring you live results and play-by-play for UFC 132, headlined by a bantamweight title clash between Dominick Cruz and Urijah Faber. Also on the card are Wanderlei Silva vs. Chris Leben, Dennis Siver vs. Matt Wiman, Tito Ortiz vs. Ryan Bader, Carlos Condit vs. Dong Hyun Kim, George Sotiropoulos vs. Rafael Dos Anjos, Melvin Guillard vs. Shane Roller, Brad Tavares vs. Aaron Simpson, Brian Bowles vs. Takeya Mizugaki and Anthony Njokuani vs. Andre Winner.

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UFC 132 Results: Dominick Cruz Decisions Urijah Faber In Thrilling Main Event

The main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is naturally, Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. This is for a title, which means the fight will be contested at five rounds. Dominick Cruz is the champion, Urijah Faber is the champion. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 5 - Faber attempts a flying knee and in the pursuit nearly eats a knee. Cruz drives a double and nearly secures it, but stands out of it. Faber muscles his way out of the clinch. Faber tries to secure a choke off of a front head lock, but can't secure it. Another scramble of a failed takedown and both fighters are still standing. Cruz pressing Faber into the fence at the end of another takedown scramble. Cruz nails an inside leg kick. Two more takedown attempts and Faber shrugs them both off.

The fight ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Cruz and the fight 49-46 Cruz.

UFC 132 results: Dominick Cruz defeats Urijah Faber by unanimous decision (50-45, 49-46, 48-47)

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UFC 132 Results: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber Round 4

The main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is naturally, Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. This is for a title, which means the fight will be contested at five rounds. Dominick Cruz is the champion, Urijah Faber is the champion. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 4 - Cruz opens the round strong with a hard right hand, but Faber responds with one of his own and drops Cruz. Cruz recovers stong and they both trade. Cruz moving a lot still and doing the stalking. Short body kick at the end of a combo lands for Cruz. Cruz looks for not one, but two doubles and Faber stuffs them both. Short right hand lands for Cruz with a minute and a half to go. Faber lands a right hand of his own. Inside leg kick for Faber, but a knee for Cruz. Cruz attempts another double but nothing doing.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Faber.

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UFC 132 Results: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber Round 3

The main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is naturally, Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. This is for a title, which means the fight will be contested at five rounds. Dominick Cruz is the champion, Urijah Faber is the champion. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 3 - Both fighters open with pot shots. Cruz seems to be setting into a groove at this point. Middle kick lands for Cruz. Faber sort of switching stances, but not landing much. Reaching uppercut lands for Cruz. Faber times a shot, gets it, but in the scramble can secure it and Cruz stands. Right straight now finds the mark for Cruz. Another straight right for Cruz lands. Faber responds with a right of his own. Faber trying to lock up a front head lock, but couldn't do anything with it.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Cruz.

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UFC 132 Results: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber Round 2

The main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is naturally, Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. This is for a title, which means the fight will be contested at five rounds. Dominick Cruz is the champion, Urijah Faber is the champion. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 2 - Faber headhunting misses with a right straight and a hook. Left hook lands for Cruz. Short, inside leg kick lands for Cruz, but Faber responds with a hard right straight. Short overhand right glances for Cruz. Jab for Cruz nails Faber. Cruz lands an uppercut now. Faber lands a right hand and a knee to follow up, though. Cruz times Faber's response and lands a takedown. Faber scrambles and gets back to his feet. Five-strike combo from Cruz lands one hook.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Cruz.

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UFC 132 Results: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber Round 1

The main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is naturally, Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. This is for a title, which means the fight will be contested at five rounds. Dominick Cruz is the champion, Urijah Faber is the champion. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 1 - Both fighters start orthodox. Faber gets double underhooks and tries to get the fight to the floor, but can drag it there. Outside leg kick for Faber, but he eats a middle kick. Hard right hand by Faber momentarily stuns Cruz, but they're both back on their feet. Cruz nearly nails Faber with an uppercut, but only grazes. Outside leg kick lands for Cruz. Two short right hands for Cruz find the mark, but Faber responds with a knee and an elbow.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Cruz.

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UFC 132 Results: Chris Leben Flattens Wanderlei Silva In A Half Minute

The co-main event of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is Wanderlei Silva vs. Chris Leben. This is a middleweight fight, meaning 185 pounds. Both fighters are known for their aggressive, wild striking styles. Silva is much older now and likely does not possess the same level of durability he once did. The referee in charge of the action is Josh Rosenthal.

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ROUND 1 - Leben stands southpaw, Silva orthodox. Leben and Silva trade bombs and naturally, the man with the far better chin, Leben comes out on top. Leben nailed Silva with hard shots inside. As the Brazilian reached to regain his composure Leben simply opened up. Leben then secure a tight waist from behind and just unloaded. A huge win for Leben and an excellent rebound from the loss to Brian Stann.

UFC 132 results: Chris Leben defeats Wanderlei Silva at :27 of round 1.

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UFC 132 Results: Dennis Siver Decisions Matt Wiman In Close Contest

The third fight of the pay-per-view portion of UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is Dennis Siver vs. Matt Wiman. This is a lightweight fight, meaning 155 pounds. Both fighters are looking to put consecutive wins together in the ultra-competitive lightweight division. The referee in charge of the action is

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ROUND 1 - Siver opens up with an outside leg kick, both fighters standing orthodox. Wiman dives for a leg without a set-up and Siver shrugs it off. Both fighters exchange leg kicks. Wiman gets a takedown from a turn, but Siver stands and now they're both standing against the cage. Wiman uses an Iranian lift to chase the takedown from a failed single and is now pressing Siver into the fence. Wiman backs out after a guillotine attempt. Siver gets a body lock takedown and puts Wiman on his back. Wiman sits down and turns his base over to take Siver down just before the round expires.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Siver.

ROUND 2 - Wiman opens the round pressing Siver into the fence off of a single. Wiman changing angles and entries of attack on the single, but still can't get it. Wiman finally gets the angle and puts Siver on his back. Wiman beginning to rain elbows on Siver is bleeding profusely on his forehead. Wiman just damaging Siver at this point. Round ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Wiman.

ROUND 3 - Siver opens the round with a leg kick. Wiman attempts a double, doesn't get it, so hits the re-shot. Siver escapes. Spinning back kick from Siver misses the mark from Siver. Outside leg kick for Wiman. Both fighters exchange with Wiman landing a right at the end. In a scramble against the fence, Wiman jumps guillotine, but couldn't get it. Both fighters stand. Wiman catches a kick and kicks out Siver's supporting leg to get the takedown. Siver's out after a short scramble and lands his own leg kick that buckles Wiman. Wiman wins the scramble and puts Siver back on his back.

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

UFC 132 results: Dennis Siver defeats Matt Wiman by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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UFC 132 Results: Tito Ortiz Submits Ryan Bader In Stunning Performance

The second bout of the pay-per-view card of UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is Tito Ortiz vs. Ryan Bader. This is a light heavyweight bout, meaning 205 pounds. Should Ortiz lose, this is his last bout in the UFC. The referee in charge of the action is Mario Yamasaki.

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ROUND 1 -  Both fighters standing orthodox. Bader misses with an uppercut, but neither has landed anything significant. Inside leg kick for Ortiz. Crowd chanting Tito. Ortiz nails Bader with a right hand, followed up and pulled an arm-in guilltoine. Bader attempted to hold on, but couldn't last. Ortiz gets the tap and a new lease on his career. An utterly amazing moment.

According to the USA Today/SB Nation rankings, Ortiz just beat the number seven ranked fighter in the light heavyweight division.

UFC 132 results: Tito Ortiz defeats Ryan Bader by submission (guillotine choke) at 1:56 of round 1.

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UFC 132 Results: Carlos Condit Stops Dong Hyun Kim In Devastating Fashion

The first fight of the main card and airing on pay-per-view at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is Carlos Condit vs. Dong Hyun Kim. This is a welterweight fight, meaning 170 pounds. Both fighters are entering this bout off of wins. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 1 - Kim standing southpaw, Condit orthodox. Kim throws a head kick and misses. Body lock takedown timed from Condit being over committed puts Condit on the floor. Condit sweeps to mount, but they stand and separate. Condit switching stances throughout this bout. Left hook nails Kim as does a hard inside leg kick. Flying knee lands square on the jaw on Kim. Kim drops like a ton of bricks and Condit swarms. The Greg Jackson-trained fighter follows up with punches and it's a wrap. Referee has to stop the fight.

UFC 132 results: Carlos Condit defeats Dong Hyun-Kim by knockout at 2:58 of round 1.

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UFC 132 Results: Melvin Guillard Steamrolls Shane Roller In Incredible Showing

The second fight of the Spike TV portion of preliminary card of UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is Melvin Guillard vs. Shane Roller. This is a lightweight fight, meaning 155 pounds. Guillard could potentially put himself in deep title contention with a win over Roller. The referee in charge of the action is

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ROUND 1 - Both fighters standing orthodox and Guillard comes out light on his feet and lands a hard middle kick. Guillard switches stances and charges in with a left. An inadvertent eye poke temporarily stops the fight. Hard outside leg kick and a knee connects with Guillard. However, Guillard eats a left hook exchanging in the pocket. Now Roller doing the stalking but he eats a monster left hook, then another and then another. That's it. Roller goes cold. Wow.

UFC 132 results: Melvin Guillard defeats Shane Roller by knockout at 2:12 of round 1.

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UFC 132 Results: Rafael Dos Anjos Flattens George Sotiropoulos In Under A Minute

The first fight of the preliminary card airing on Spike TV at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 is George Sotiropoulos vs. Rafael Dos Anjos. This is a lightweight fight, meaning 155 pounds. Dos Anjos is a late replacement in this bout as Sotiropoulos was scheduled to face Evan Dunham, but Dunham was forced to withdraw due to injury. The referee in charge of the action is Yves Lavigne.

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ROUND 1 - Dos Anjos comes out southpaw and aggressive. Sotiropoulos is standing orthodox.  Hard inside leg kick by dos Anjos. And then seemingly out of nowhere the Australian eats a hard punch that puts him down hard. It was a right hook that he didn't see coming that he ate with his head straight in the air. The referee stops the bout, although it appears the timing may have been early.

UFC 132 results: Rafael dos Anjos defeats George Sotiropoulos by knockout at :59 of round 1.

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UFC 132 Results: Brian Bowles Edges Takeya Mizugaki, Seemingly Breaks Hand

The fought fight of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 and airing on Facebook is Brian Bowles vs. Takeya Mizugaki. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135 pounds. Both fighters are looking to earn back to back victories after recent defeats. The referee in charge of the action is

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ROUND 1 - Both fighters standing orthodox to begin the round. Nice outside leg kick for Mizugaki and Bowles tries to catch it. Right hand counter from Mizugaki lands nicely. More hard outside leg kicks from Mizugaki and he immediately angles out. Mizugaki drives a right hand to Bowles' face as he tries to close the distance. Both fighters sit in the pocket and Bowles lands a nice right hand in the process. Now the fighters clinch along the fence with Bowles doing most of the pressing. Mizugaki nails Bowles with a knee from the outside in the 50/50 position.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Mizugaki.

ROUND 2 - Right hand from both fighters find the mark and an outside leg kick from Mizugaki. Hard outside leg kick lands again for Mizugaki. Right hand again lands for Mizugaki. Right hand hurts Mizugaki and he drops to the floor. Bowles takes his back and slaps on a body triangle. Mizugaki using 2 on 1 wrist control. The round ends there.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Bowles.

ROUND 3 - Jab for Bowles to open the round and now Bowles is pressing Mizugaki into the cage. The two are jockeying for position along the fence. Bowles times a double leg, gets it and even gets Mizugaki's back in the scramble. Mizugaki standing now. Bowles is holding position, but little else is happening. Referee Mario Yamasaki actually separates them. Mizugaki charging in with punches, but Bowles backs out. The round ends like that.

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

UFC 132 results: Brian Bowles defeats Takeya Mizugaki by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)

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UFC 132 Results: Aaron Simpson Decisions Brad Tavares In Clinch Battle

The third fight of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 and airing on Facebook is Brad Tavares vs. Aaron Simpson. This is a middleweight fight, meaning 185lbs. Simpson's original opponent was supposed to be Jason Miller, but Miller was moved off the card due to his participation in season 14 of Spike TV's 'The Ultimate Fighter'. The referee in charge of the action is Josh Rosenthal.

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ROUND 1 - Tavares lands a body kick, but Simpson uses it to attack with a single leg. Now they clinch against the fence. Simpson attempts a leg ride yank to open Tavares for a takedown, but nothing doing. Simpson still trying to off balance Tavares, but can't get it. Referee Rosenthal breaks them. Both fighters standing orthodox. Tavares nearly lands a right hand as Simpson was out of position. Simpson throws a one-two and reaches for a 50/50 grip. He's now pressing Tavares into the cage. Simpson drags Tavares in a circle and uses it to momentarily get Tavares to the ground, but Tavares stands immediately. Short right from Tavares in the clinch finds the mark.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Simpson.

ROUND 2 - Outside leg kick for Simpson, but he eats a hard right hand counter. A left hand from Tavares drills Simpson. Simpson throws Tavares by and now has a body lock from behind. Simpson transitions to face Tavares, now both pinned against the cage. Now Tavares reverses and he's pressing Simpson into the cage. Simpson gives up a monster slam to Tavares, but Simpson stands immediately. Now he's pressing Tavares into the fence trying for a guillotine, but can't get it. Simpson now grinding on Tavares against the fence.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Simpson.

ROUND 3 - Left hook for Simpson allows him to close distance on Tavares and press him into the cage again. Right hook lands for Tavares when Simpson gets sloppy. Simpson attempts a body lock trip, but a strong whizzer from Tavares negates it. Simpson attempting throw-bys to get behind Tavares. After multiple failed attempts he gets behind Tavares and nearly takes his back. Simpson changes levels quickly for a double, but can't get it. Referee Rosenthal separates them. Big right hand to an outside trip for Simpson lands.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Simpson and the fight 30-27 Simpson.

UFC 132 results: Aaron Simpson defeats Brad Tavares by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

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UFC 132 Results: Anthony Njokuani Wrecks Andre Winner In Excellent Striking Display

The second fight of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 and airing on Facebook is Anthony Njokuani vs. Andre Winner. This is a lightweight fight, meaning 155 pounds. Both fighters potentially face being cut should they lose tonight. The referee in charge of the action is Yves Lavigne.

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ROUND 1 - Both fighters open orthodox. Njokuani rips a right hook to the body of Winner. Now a left. Njokuani throwing several leg attacks already. Njokuani showing a lot of angles, looks, a wide variety of strikes and more. Spinning back elbow attempt missed. Njokuani switching back and forth between southpaw and orthodox. Winner eats a hard uppercut and now a knee. Winner is hurt and eating knee after knee, left straights and he's still standing. Two hard right hooks now from Njokuani. Knee tap takedown from Njokuani, but now Winner stands again.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-8 Njokuani.

ROUND 2 - Leaping left hook for Winner. Missed head kick for Njokuani. Overhand right, left middle kick combo lands for Njokuani. Winner hangs on, but he's clearly hurt. Njokuani lands a trip takedown, but Winner is able to stand. Referee Lavigne separates them. Nice inside leg kick by Njokuani. Not a ton of action, but Njokuani in total control.

SBNation.com scores the round 10-9 Njokuani.

ROUND 3 - both fighters exchange head kicks, but neither lands. Right hook-left middle kick for Njokuani works. Njokuani is back to changing stances and firing three or four strike combinations. More combinations from Njokuani, but nothing lands particularly well. Njokuani reaches for a kneetap, but it's easily stuffed. Both fighters clinching now against the fence with neither landing anything significant, but now they separate. Hard right hand for Njokuani near the close of the round. Both fighters throwing huge punches as the round expires.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Njokuani and the fight 30-26 Njokuani.

UFC 132 results: Anthony Njokuani defeats Andre Winner via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-26, 30-26)

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UFC 132 Results: Jeff Hougland Decisions Donny Walker In UFC Debut

The first fight of the night at UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 and airing on Facebook is Jeff Hougland vs. Donny Walker. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135lbs. The fight is the UFC debut for both competitors. The referee in charge of the action is Mario Yamasaki.

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ROUND 1 - Both fighters standing orthodox and trade leg kicks early. Hougland times a double leg off of a superman punch and lands it. Working from Walker's full guard. Hougland largely not doing much, but does land a nice elbow. Hougland postures up and sits into an arm-in guillotine, but doesn't appear to be working. Now Hougland is trying to also leg-up for an amrbar or triangle, but nothing doing. Walker on top now. Hougland throws up his legs for a triangle and now switches for a triangle. Walker sits in on the transition for a d'arce choke and does not get it. Hougland reverses position late and is now on top against the cage. Walker attempting a kneebar, but the angle is totally off.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Hougland.

ROUND 2 - Leaping straight punches from Hougland, but none seem to do the trick. Both fighters trade hooks and are head hunting. Left hook now for Walker. Hougland attempts a takedown from a missed kick, but can't get it. Hougland pot-shotting with small knees, hooks and jabs. Overhand left now for Hougland. Inadvertent groin kick from Hougland temporarily stops the fight. Hougland jams Walker with a left hook and then jumps guard with an arm-in guillotine then switches to a no-arm guillotine. Almost gets it, but no dice.

SBNation.com scores this round 10-9 Hougland.

ROUND 3 - The fighters clinch with Walker the more aggressive. He nails Hougland with a body shot and now works on top in half guard. Hougland nearly lands an armbar from underneath, but Walker slams out of it. Now Walker working in Hougland's full guard. Referee Mario Yamasaki stands them up. Walker lands a couple of nice shots, Hougland shoots in for a takedown and is stuffed. Walker attempting a d'arce choke, but gets deep half swept by Hougland. The fight ends from Walker's guard.

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

UFC 132 results: Jeff Hougland defeats Donny Walker via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27).

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UFC 132 Results, Predictions And Coverage Reminder

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The fights are just a short hour or so away at the time of this writing but I wanted to take a moment to round-up some coverage and post predictions before the evening gets started. We're going to have fight-by-fight analysis of UFC 132. However, if you've missed anything, we've got you covered here.

Tonight's event is headlined by a bantamweight clash between Urijah Faber and champion Dominick Cruz. The co-main event is a middleweight tilt between strikers Wanderlei Silva and Chris Leben.

Make sure for additional commentary and analysis, visit our friends at Bloody Elbow and MMA Mania. And tomorrow, be sure to catch me on CBS Radio's 106.7 The Fan as I host my show MMA Nation. We'll be breaking down all of the results from tonight, taking your calls and more.

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UFC 132 Results And Play-By-Play: Dominick Cruz Vs. Urijah Faber, Wanderlei Silva Vs. Chris Leben And More

Join SB Nation MMA beginning at 6 p.m. ET as we bring you live results and play-by-play for UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber. The event takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event is headlined by a bantamweight title fight between champion Dominick Cruz and challenger Urijah Faber. The co-main event is a middleweight clash between aggressive strikers Wanderlei Silva and Chris Leben. Former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz will face off against 'The Ultimate Fighter' winner Ryan Bader.

The first four preliminary card bouts will air beginning at 6 p.m. ET on the UFC's Facebook page. The final two (and potentially more given time) preliminary card fights will air on Spike TV at 8 p.m. ET. The pay-per-view portion of the card will air at 9 p.m. ET.


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Main card (airing on pay-per-view)
Dominick Cruz vs. Urijah Faber
Wanderlei Silva vs. Chris Leben
Dennis Siver vs. Matt Wiman
Tito Ortiz vs. Ryan Bader
Carlos Condit vs. Dong Hyun Kim

Preliminary card (airing on Spike TV)
George Sotiropoulos vs. Rafael Dos Anjos
Melvin Guillard vs. Shane Roller

Preliminary card (airing on Facebook)
Brad Tavares vs. Aaron Simpson
Brian Bowles vs. Takeya Mizugaki
Anthony Njokuani vs. Andre Winner
Jeff Hougland vs. Donny Walker

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