TUF 13 Finale Results: Scott Jorgensen Puts Ken Stone To Sleep From His Guard

The second fight of the night and airing on Facebook at The Ultimate Fighter 13 Finale is Scott Jorgensen vs. Ken Stone. This is a bantamweight fight, meaning 135lbs. Jorgensen and Stone and both WEC veterans. The referee in charge of the action is Steve Mazzagatti.

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ROUND 1 - Stone standing southpaw, Jorgensen is orthodox. Right straight from Jorgensen sticks Stone. Another hard, short right from Jorgensen. Stone lands nice inside leg kick. Excellent middle kick and staggering inside leg kick from Stone, the two clinch against the fence. Jorgensen lands an elbow as they separate, but Stone's right hand fins the mark with authority as he follows up. Body lock takedown from Jorgensen as they meet. Stone's guard is in over drive working hard for triangle, but Jorgensen picks Stone up and slams him. Stone recaptures full guard, but Jorgensen's HARD ground and pound puts Stone out cold. A right hand puts Stone to sleep.

UFC results: Scott Jorgensen defeats Ken Stone by TKO (referee stoppage) at 4:01 of round 1.

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