UFC Austin live stream results: Buckle up for the “Kattar vs. Emmett”-led mixed martial arts (MMA) event scheduled for TONIGHT (Sat., June 18, 2022) inside Moody Center in Austin, Texas. Headlining the ESPN/ESPN+ fight card is the Featherweight showdown between No. 4-ranked Calvin Kattar and No. 7-seeded Josh Emmett, two experienced strikers looking to make a name for themselves in the crowded 145-pound title chase. Elsewhere on the card, Kevin Holland will tangle with Tim Means in the revamped co-main event after Joe Lauzon was forced out of his 155-pound showdown with Donald Cerrone (details here), marking the second time in as many months that the Lightweight bout has been scrapped at the eleventh hour.
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UFC AUSTIN QUICK RESULTS:
Calvin Kattar vs. Josh Emmett
Donald Cerrone vs. Joe Lauzon — CANCELED AGAIN (Full Details Here)
Kevin Holland vs. Tim Means
Joaquin Buckley vs. Albert Duraev
Damir Ismagulov vs. Guram Kutateladze
Julian Marquez vs. Gregory Rodrigues
Tony Kelley vs. Adrian Yanez
Jasmine Jasudavicius vs. Natalia Silva — Silva def. Jasudavicius by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27 x2)
Court McGee vs. Jeremiah Wells — Wells def. McGee by KO (punch) at 1:34 of Round One
Danny Chavez vs. Ricardo Ramos — Ramos def. Chavez by KO (spinning back elbow and punches) at 1:12 of Round One
Gloria de Paula vs. Maria Oliveira — Oliveira def. de Paula by split decision (28-29, 29-28 x2)
Cody Stamann vs. Eddie Wineland — Stamann def. Wineland by TKO (punches) at 0:59 of Round One
Phil Hawes vs. Deron Winn — Hawes def. Winn by TKO (elbows) at 4:25 of Round Two — HIGHLIGHTS
Kyle Daukaus vs. Roman Dolidze — Dolidze def. Daukaus by TKO (knee) at 1:13 of Round One — HIGHLIGHTS
UFC AUSTIN LIVE PLAY-BY-PLAY:
145 lbs.: Calvin Kattar vs. Josh Emmett
170 lbs.: Kevin Holland vs. Tim Means
185 lbs.: Joaquin Buckley vs. Albert Duraev
155 lbs.: Damir Ismagulov vs. Guram Kutateladze
185 lbs.: Julian Marquez vs. Gregory Rodrigues
135 lbs.: Tony Kelley vs. Adrian Yanez
125 lbs.: Jasmine Jasudavicius vs. Natalia Silva
Round 1: Silva opens with low kicks as she circles. Side kicks to the body. Head kick attempt. Hard left hooks catch Jasudavicius coming in and briefly drop her, but she ties up against the fence a minute in. Short clinch strikes. Inside trip attempt denied. They separate two minutes in. Silva lands a right cross to body kick. Low kick. Quick exchange. 2-3, head kick just misses. Rapid 1-2. Spinning back kick downstairs. Low to head kick. Two minutes to go.
Silva continuing to send out kicks as she circles. Not a lot coming from Jasudavicius at the moment. There’s a body jab at least, but she eats a 1-2 right after. Jasudavicius shoots with a minute to go. Jockeying for position. Knees to the body. 10-9 Silva.
Round 2: Sharp left hands from Silva. Quick 1-2. Jasudavicius lumbering after her, eats a heavy left hook. Rapid combo by Silva lands but allows Jasudavicius to tie up. Silva counters with a hip toss a minute in. Jasudavicius sits up for another takedown attempt, rebuffed. They separate. Silva 1-2, spinning back kick attempt. Low kick two minutes in. 2-3, low kick. She’s running circles around Jasudavicius. Fast two-piece. The footwork and head movement are giving Jasudavicius fits. Long-distance double-leg from Jasudavicius, but Silva denies it before hitting a big outside reap. She pins down an arm and blasts away with elbows with two minutes in.
Jasudavicius manages to stand and separate. Spinning back kick attempt from Silva. Low kick. Wheel kick lands around the guard. 1-2. Again. One minute to go. 1-2-3-head kick. There’s a decent straight right from Jasudavicius, who eats one in return soon after. Jab and calf kick from Silva. Spinning back kick. 10-8 Silva.
Round 3: Silva’s speed and movement continue to be too much for Jasudavicius. Low kick and double left hook by Silva. 1-2. Quick jab. Head kick attempt a minute in. Low kick lands. Jasudavicius failing to cut off the cage and getting picked off whenever she tries to step in. Another 1-2 bounces off her head. Double-leg attempt from Jasudavicius two minute in. They separate. Silva 1-2 and low kick. Quick right hands with two minutes to go.
Jasudavicius tries to clinch, denied. Another Silva 1-2. Jasudavicius charging after her and ties up on the fence. They separate with 45 seconds left. Jasudavicius tries a flying knee and gets clinched. Separation. 1-2-body kick from Silva. Counter right, spinning back kick, counter hook as Jasudavicius flies in with a desperation attack. 10-9 Silva.
Final result: Silva def. Jasudavicius by unanimous decision
170 lbs.: Court McGee vs. Jeremiah Wells
Round 1: McGee looks for a body jab. 1-2. Low kick. Another body jab as he avoids a blitz a minute in. Just as McGee seems to be controlling the distance, Wells leaps in with a left hook that knocks McGee stiff on impact.
Final result: Wells def. McGee by KO (punch)
145 lbs.: Danny Chavez vs. Ricardo Ramos
Round 1: Ramos advancing, gets a body kick caught and answered with a counter right. Chavez calf kick. More spinning and flying stuff from Ramos. Quick counters from Chavez. The next time Chavez’s back hits the fence, Ramos connects with an absolutely perfect spinning elbow that freezes Chavez in place. A couple more punches and he goes down in a heap.
Final result: Ramos def. Chavez by KO (spinning back elbow and punches)
115 lbs.: Gloria de Paula vs. Maria Oliveira
Round 1: Oliveira super aggressive early, starting with a flying knee and following with power combos. Landing well as de Paula tries to potshot and counter. Flying knee to left hook. Lengthy blitz a minute in. Oliveira showing impressive volume but gets cracked by a counter that knocks her mouthpiece out. Another flying knee attempt two minutes in. de Paula to the body. Solid knees in the clinch. Oliveira’s pace is normalizing. They trade low kicks with two minutes to go.
de Paula backs away from a blitz and gets slung to the mat soon after. Decent lefts, blocks a combo in return. Hard 1-2s land for de Paula, who finally does her own showboating after Oliveira’s offerings. One minute to go. Thai knees. Oliveira changes levels in return, eats elbows before separating. Low kick exchange, flurry bounces off of de Paula’s guard. de Paula 1-2. Hard right to end things. 10-9 de Paula on the late work.
Round 2: de Paula now advancing as they trade punches. Teep downstairs. Oliveira blitz blocked. de Paula 3-2, backs away from the return fire. One minute in. Low kick. Clean jab. She’s using distance well to advance without getting caught in return. 1-2, avoids a flurry. Low kick to 2-1 two minutes in. Oliveira tries a jumping tomahawk something. de Paula continuing to push forward, walks into a right cross. Brutal four-piece by de Paula, best shots of the fight. Clean low kick. Two minutes to go.
Oliveira fires a glancing flurry on the retreat. Body kick. Lead right by de Paula. Again, quick exchange. One minute to go. Both landing low kicks. de Paula follows with a 1-2 and smoothly avoids a blitz. Low kick to body kick. There’s a nice flurry for Oliveira and de Paula responds with a takedown into guard. 10-9 de Paula.
Round 3: Counter 1-2 from de Paula as she backs away from flurries. Oliveira just falling short with most of her offense at this point. Both attempt head kicks, jabs land for de Paula. Knee attempt with a minute to go. de Paula continuing to land and then slip out of range. Jabs, left hook. 1-2. Oliveira still going for it. Flurry to knee. Two minutes in. Low kick exchange. de Paula shoots, denied via underhooks. Oliveira gets the body lock and trips her down into half guard. Back to full. Oliveira lets her up with two minutes to go.
Big flurry from Oliveira, flying knee attempt. Good exchange, heavy cross and left hook by de Paula. She’s advancing again, lands another 1-2. Oliveira changes levels and drags her down via body lock into guard. Oliveira lets her up again with 45 seconds to go. de Paula marching after her and landing hard, denies a takedown via whizzer. She ends the fight in side control. 10-9 de Paula but the first and third could go either way.
Final result: Oliveira def. de Paula by split decision
135 lbs.: Cody Stamann vs. Eddie Wineland
Round 1: Both open with kicks, then trade jabs. Glancing 1-2 from Stamann takes out out Wineland’s legs and he goes on the attack. Impressive resilience from Wineland as he tries to throw back but Stamann just absolutely unloads against the fence until the ref intervenes for a standing TKO.
Final result: Stamann def. Wineland by TKO (punches)
185 lbs.: Phil Hawes vs. Deron Winn
Round 1: Stiff jabs from Hawes, who scores a brief knockdown with an elbow behind it. More jabs piling up. Low kick from Winn. Overhand right behind it a minute in, Hawes answers with a straight right. Quick exchanges, Hawes still targeting those elbows. Nice body work. Sneaky left hook and cross behind it. 3-2, then another that drops Winn hard. Winn manages to stand and Hawes stays patient. Two minutes in. Clean 1-2. Another one. Hawes is landing virtually everything he throws. Another long right buzzes Winn. Step-in elbow drops him again. Hard body shot by Hawes. Clean elbow. This is target practice. Two minutes to go.
Winn winging the occasional overhand, can’t land clean. More Hawes elbows inside and Winn is hurt again. Snap kick downstairs by Hawes, ramrod jab. left elbow in combination. Lead elbow, then from the other side. Hawes is at >70% on his significant strikes. Vicious straight right. Winn feints a takedown. Brutal 1-2, Winn tries a 1-2 behind it. Heavy left hook from Hawes. 10-7 Hawes.
Round 2: Head kicks from Hawes re-open Winn’s cut. Trading in the center. Front kick to the face barely misses. Level elbow. Snap kick. 1-2, 1-2-body shot. Winn suddenly hurts Hawes with a low-high two-piece, but gets hurt by another elbow. More elbows from Hawes, who takes Winn down and starts dropping hard right hands. Winn makes it back to his feet two minutes in. Hawes tries a takedown, lands a knee. Both land elbows. Another counter elbow by Hawes has Winn retreating. Hawes on the attack, lands another murderous elbow to answer a body shot. More elbows. Winn opens up in return, stuffs a takedown with two minutes to go.
Hawes looking like he’s feeling the pace but still battering Winn. Hard knees to the head. Winn swinging like mad, gets blasted by a knee and head kick. Another elbow. Good lord, someone save this man. Clean head kick with a minute to go. Another elbow flurry and finally the ref intervenes after one of the nastiest beatings in recent memory.
Final result: Hawes def. Winn by TKO (elbows)
185 lbs.: Kyle Daukaus vs. Roman Dolidze
Round 1: Daukaus opens with kicks, only for the pair to clash heads. Dolidze comes out aggressively on the break and drops Daukaus with a looping left hook. Daukaus manages to weather it, but after getting back to his feet, Dolidze crumples him with a murderous knee to the head.
Final result: Dolidze def. Daukaus by TKO (knee)
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