UFC 213 is live from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Tonight, we’ll see the toughest fights in all of ultimate fighting. However, we do have some bad news: Amanda Nunes pulled out of tonight’s match after being hospitalized. She told MMAFighting.com, that she felt sick all week.
“The doctor cleared her to fight, she said she doesn’t feel good,” White said via the L.A. Times. “It is what it is. You can’t make anyone fight.”
This is very unfortunate news. Nunes’ second fight against Shevchenko was one of the most highly anticipated fights of the night.
UFC 213: Fight Time, TV Channel & Viewing Details
Event:UFC 213: Nunes vs. Shevchenko 2
Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017
Pay-Per-View Time: 10:00 P.M. EST
FS1 Card Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Fight Pass Prelims Time: 7:00 P.M. EST
Location:T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada
Broadcast: UFC Fight Pass, FS1, PPV
UFC 213 Results
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Prelims (UFC Fight Pass): Trevin Giles vs. James Bochnovic
Both men are making their UFC debuts in this match. Giles is seriously kicking Bochnovic’s ass all throughout round 1. It’s all Giles, baby!
Giles and Bochnovic square off to start off round 2. Both men trade shots. Giles takes down Bochnovic and maintains control on the ground. Trevin mounts James, then turns him over on his back, and starts wailing away with shots to the back and side of Bovhnovic’s head. The referee stops the fight. Giles improves his record to 10-0.
Trevin Giles defeats James Bovhnovic via TKO
Prelims (UFC Fight Pass), Bantamweight: Cody Stamann vs. Terrion Ware
Cody Stamann and Terrion Ware square off. Stamann takes down his opponent, but Ware fights out. Ware hits hard and backs Stamann into the steel. Ware strikes Stamann in the gut with his knee and the referee calls for a timeout.
Time in and both men are trading shots. They’re throwing kicks left and right. Then Stamann takes down Ware, and Stamann is kicking ass. Stamann is wailing away with left and right hooks, and mounts his opponent for the remainder of the round 1.
Both men are jockeying for position in round 2. Both fighters trade shots. Stamann takes down Ware once again, but Ware works his way up. Both men are trading shots. Ware still has a lot of fight left in him.
Stamann finishes round 2 like an absolute beast. He shoots on Ware and takes him to the mat twice with heavy right and left hooks. Ware is fighting to get this guy off of him. But Cody is way too consistently vicious. Stamann ends the round striking Ware over and over again in the head.
Ware is looking for retribution in round 3. But Stamann fights way too hard with heavy strikes and hard kick to the face. Ware’s shots are looking weak compared to Stamann’s devastating punches. The coach is warning Ware that Stamann is “going to shoot.”
Cody shoots and takes down Ware. Stamann is smothering Terrion, giving out right and left hooks like Christmas presents. Cody wails away on Ware with right hand after right hand shot.
Ware gets up and tries to fight, but Stamann beats the hell out of him. Cody shoots on him again and ends the fight on top.
Cody Stamann defeats Terrion Ware via unanimous decision
Prelims (FS1), Welterweight: Jordan Mein vs. Belal Muhammad
Belal Muhammad is all over Jordan Mein in this round. Belal fires away with hard shot and grapples with his opponent. Jordan tries to fight back, but Belal is on him like flies on sh*t. Muhammad fires away with punches and elbows that make Mein bleed.
Both men square off at the start of round 2. They trade shots and Jordan seems much more weary of his opponent. Jordan connects some shots, but Muhammad goes in on his opponent with kicks and punches to the hard. Muhammad grapples Mein into the corner.
Mein fights out, but Muhammad doesn’t let up with the assault. Mein throws some shots, but Muhammad takes him down. Belal is mounting Jordan and throwing hands by the end of round 2.
Muhammad kicks more ass in round 3. Belal fire away with punch after punch. Muhammad takes down Jordan and rides out round 3 on top. After the fight, Belal puts on sunglasses like a G.
Belal Muhammad defeats Jordan Mein via unanimous decision
Prelims (FS1), Middleweight: Thiago Santos vs. Gerald Meerschaert
Thiago Santos is an absolute beast in this match. He leaves Gerald a bloody mess. Santos becomes the first man to knockout Gerald Meerschaert. That’s back-to-back TKO victories for Santos in 2017.
Thiago Santos defeats Gerald Meerschaert via unanimous decision
Prelims (FS1): Chad Laprise vs. Brian Camozzi
Round 1 goes to Chad Laprise. Camozzi fought hard, but Chad fought harder. Laprise ends the first round on top, as he mount Brian and hits him in the head with strikes.
Round 2 goes to Brian Camozzi. In this round, Camozzi fired at least twice as many punches as Chad Laprise. Chad fought to the end with heavy shots. But Brain controlled the pace with punches and kicks of his own.
Both men trade square off to start off round 3. They trade shots. Laprise hits a right hand to Camozzi’s liver and Brian backs out. Laprise capitalizes on his hurt opponent. Like a lion pouncing on wounded prey, Laprise goes in like a beast on Camozzi. He beats the sh*t out of Camozzi, crushing him into the corner.
Chad Laprise defeats Brian Camozzi via TKO
Prelims (FS1): Travis Browne vs. Aleksei Oleinick
Travis rocks Aleksei in round 1, but Oleinick comes back hard in round 2 and 3. Aleksei locked Browne into a submission and made him tap out.
Aleksei Oleinick defeats Travis Browne via submission
Main Card: Rob Font vs. Douglas Silva de Andrade
Font makes Andrade tap out in the second round via a guillotine choke.
Rob Font defeats Douglas Silva de Andrade via submission
Anthony Pettis vs. Jim Miller
Anthony Pettis dominates for most of the fight. Miller holds his own, but can’t keep up with the fierce Pettis. They fight it out all the way to the end, but Anthony obviously inflicted the most damage.
Anthony Pettis defeats Jim Miller via unanimous decision
Daniel Omielanczuk vs. Curtis Blaydes
Curtis Blaydes defeats Daniel Omielanczuk vis unanimous decision
Fabricio Werdum vs. Alistair Overeem
Alistair Overeem defeaats Fabricio Wedrum via unanimous decision
Yoel Romero vs. Robert Whittaker
Robert Whittaker dominates much of the fight. He ends the brawl on top.
Robert Whittaker defeats Yoel Romero via unanimous decision
UFC 213 Preview
Main Card (10:00 P.M. EST on Pay-Per-View)
Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes vs. Valentina “Bullet” Shevchenko – Cancelled
Yoel Romero vs. Robert Whittaker
Daniel Omielnczuk vs. Curtis Blaydes
Febrizio Werdum vs. Alistair Overeem
Anthony Pettis vs. Jim Miller
Prelims (8:00 P.M. EST on FS1)
Travis Browne vs. Aleksei Oleinick
Chad Laprise vs. Brian Camozzi
Thiago Santos vs. Gerald Meerschaert
Jordan Mein vs. Belal Muhammad
Early Prelims (10:00 P.M. EST on UFC Fight Pass)
Rob Font vs. Douglas Silva de Andrade
Cody Stamann vs. Terrion Ware
Trevin Giles vs. James Bochnovic