All Results from UFC Fight Night 128

All Results From UFC Fight Night 128

If you missed it or need them, here are all results from UFC Fight Night 128, Kevin Lee and Frankie Edgar returned with wins on Saturday night, bouncing back from losses in their last fight, these were important victories from UFC Fight Night 128 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

UFC Fight Night 128 was epic, Lee smashed Edson Barboza in the first and second rounds in the main event before nearly being stopped in the third with this spectacular spinning kick from the Brazilian.

Lee Amazingly recovered and kept on dominating in the fourth. then in the fifth, a nasty cut to Barboza’s right eye led to the doctor’s stoppage and ultimately Lee’s victory.

Lee now has his sights set on the champion:

Here are all the UFC Fight Night 128 results

 

Saturday’s attendance at Boardwalk Hall was 9,541 and the event generated a live gate of $923,720

Here is a look at all of the UFC Fight Night 128 results as well as the bonus winners from Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 128  show.

Matchup Weight Class Results Bonus
Tony Martin vs. Keita Nakamura Welterweight Martin by UD (30-27×3)
Merab Dvalishvili vs. Ricky Simon Men’s Bantamweight Simon by R3 TKO FOTN
Leslie Smith vs. Aspen Ladd Women’s Bantamweight SCRAPPED
Corey Anderson vs. Patrick Cummins Light Heavyweight Anderson by UD (30-26×2, 30-27)
Siyar Bahadurzada vs. Luan Chagas Welterweight Bahadurzada by R2 TKO POTN
Maogmed Bibulatov vs. Ulka Sasaki Men’s Flyweight SCRAPPED
Alex Garcia vs. Ryan LaFlare Welterweight LaFlare by UD (30-27×3)
Dan Hooker vs. Jim Miller Lightweight Hooker by R1 KO
Aljamain Sterling vs. Brett Johns Men’s Bantamweight Sterling by UD (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
David Branch vs. Thiago Santos Middleweight Branch by R1 TKO POTN
Chase Sherman vs. Justin Willis Heavyweight Willis by UD (29-28×3)
Frankie Edgar vs. Cub Swanson Men’s Featherweight Edgar by UD (30-27×3)
Edson Barboza vs. Kevin Lee Lightweight Lee by R5 TKO

It was also announced during UFC Fight Night 128 that former UFC/MMA fighter and current trainer Matt Serra will officially be part of this year’s UFC Hall of Fame class. Serra is famous for the biggest upset in UFC history when he knocked out Georges St-Pierre at UFC 69 to become the first Ultimate Fighter winner to capture a title.

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