UFC on FX: Guida Vs. Maynard - Live Results And Play-By-Play For Undercard

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As with every major show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for UFC on FX 4. Our live coverage will start with the fights on the Facebook prelims (5 p.m. ET) through the Fuel TV prelims (6 p.m. ET) through the main card on FX (9 p.m. ET) so make sure to make Bloody Elbow your home for this event.

This post will cover live results and thoughts for the undercard bouts.

The featured undercard but on the show is the number one featherweight contender in the world, Hatsu Hioki, taking on Ricardo Lamas. Ramsey Nijem takes on C.J. Keith. Featherweights Steven Siler and Joey Gambino clash as do welterweights Rick Story and Brock Jardine. Nick Catone and Chris Camozzi meet in a middleweight bout. And in the opening fight of the Fuel card, Matt Brown takes on Luis Ramos.

The two facebook fights see Dan Miller take on Ricardo Funch and Ken Stone face Dustin Pague.

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Ken Stone vs. Dustin Pague - Round 1 - Leg kick by Pague. Stone tries to fire a head kick in return. They trade big punches and Stone gets the better of it. Stone is looking crisp, getting his hands off quickly. Pague tries to get inside and Stone moves, hits and gets away. Pague with a hard jab now. Pague cracks him and Stone fires back hard. Good round but I missed part of it so I won't score it.

Round 2 - I missed a lot of this round because of internet connectivity issues. I will just update this with the result once the fight ends due to these issues I'm having with Facebook.

Round 3 - From what I have seen of the fight it appears that Stone has won the fight. He looked sharp but Pague did come in as a late replacement.

Official Scorecards: 29-28 Pague, 29-28 Stone and 29-28 Stone. Ken Stone wins by split decision.

Dan Miller vs. Ricardo Funch - Round 1 - Miller stalking, flashes a jab then lands a heavy kick. Funch ends up pinning Miller against the cage but Miller briefly has a takedown and lands some punches before Funch gets back to his feet and pushes him back to the cage. Funch is keeping him against the cage but not doing anything really. They are restarted with about 30 seconds left and Funch lands a punch and a good kick. Tough round to score, I'll go 10-9 Funch although his style wasn't pretty.

Round 2 - Miller with a hard series of punches, he looks for a guillotine, can't get it and drops down looking for a takedown. FUnch with a hard series of elbows. Funch tries to flurry hard but is missing by a few feet (no exhaggeration). Miller almost has the guillotine again. Funch gets the takedown, almost gets in a guillotine again but is safe. Now, Miller is looking for a leglock. Funch starts elbowing hard to the shins and ankles of Miller now. Hard shots by Funch, Big upkick by Miller and he's able to jump to his feet. 10-9 Funch again for me.

Round 3 - Hard combination by Miller. Miller with another hard shot and gets the takedown. Hard ground and pound and they're back to standing. Miller pouring it on and now Funch goes down again. Miller with a tight guillotine and he gets the submission! Dan Miller wins by submission (guillotine choke), round 3.

Matt Brown vs. Luis Ramos - Round 1 - Ramos with a leg kick that comes in almost at cup level. Ramos with another leg kick. Brown with a leg kick, then misses a head kick. Ramos comes inside and pushes him into the cage with a body lock. Ramos does manage to get the takedown, Brown tries to stand up and Ramos takes the back standing for a second before Brown turns into him. Brown is moving a lot but not having too many effective moments. 10-9 Ramos

Round 2 - They're exchanging leg kicks early before Ramos comes forward with punches, allowing him to lock up a body lock against the cage. Brown gets a clinch and lands a few knees and Ramos is bleeding from the bridge of his nose. Nice uppercuts by Brown. Brown with some hard shots now and Ramos is looking a bit discouraged. Short elbow by Brown. Big knee and Ramos' legs are gone. Brown looking for a kill shot now and Ramos is able to get a desperation clinch. Brown with more knees now and some big punches. Big uppercuts and the ref jumps in. Fantastic stoppage by the referee there. He was badly hurt over and over. Matt Brown wins by TKO (punches/ref stoppage), round 2.

Chris Camozzi vs. Nick Catone - Round 1 - Camozzi doing a nice job with long strikes early to try to keep Catone from getting inside and looking for a takedown. Few hard shots by Catone land. Catone now having trouble getting inside. Catone can't get a takedown but does hit a knee to the body and a right hand. Wild right by Catone and Camozzi follows with a flying knee that lands but not 100%. Catone with a nice combo of two punches and a body kick. Catone with a nice combo and now a takedown with about 40 seconds left in the round. Catone with some elbows. 10-9 Catone.

Round 2 - Catone lands a few punches and Camozzi comes back hard as well. Camozzi having a better round now. Knee after a punch by Camozzi. Catone lands a few punches after getting a clinch against the cage and they separate. Camozzi popping the jab and Catone has a small cut. Catone drives through a takedown now. Catone working well from the top and that should earn him the round. 10-9 Catone.

Round 3 - Big right hand by Camozzi lands and now a big knee. Catone is in a bit of trouble now. Catone is bleeding badly. More elbows from Camozzi. Catone lands a right hand. They stop to check the huge cut and as the Doctor holds it open, the ref says "wow" and waives the fight off. Chris Camozzi wins by TKO (cut caused by strike), 1:51 of round 3.

Joey Gambino vs. Steven Siler - Round 1 - Siler tries to get inside and get a takedown but Gambino doesn't give it up. Now Gambino tries for a takedown of his own, can't get it and almost eats a big knee. Oh wait, that knee might have landed, Gambino is bleeding from somewhere along his hairline. Gambino looks for a takedown now and Siler almost guillotines him. They exchange punches and Gambino lands hard, Siler almost goes down but gets a takedown. Siler manages to get a guillotine after some scrambling and Gambino has to tap out. Steven Siler wins by submission (guillotine choke), round 1.

Rick Story vs. Brock Jardine - Round 1 - Story kind of bobs around and misses a head kick. Story ends up getting a gakedown and he has Jardine's back, getting one hook in. Nothing really happens in the position and they're back to standing. Head kick by Story is blocked and the round ends. Not a great round. 10-9 Story.

Round 2 - Story with a quick takedown and he's got Jardine's back again. Again, he is only able to get one hook in. Again, Jardine gets back to his feet. Jardine misses with another wild punch and gets his back taken as he slips again. This fight isn't exactly a thriller. Hard body shot by Story as Jardine stands up. Another takedown for Story, this time he is in Jardine's guard. 10-9 Story.

Round 3 - Takedown by Story again, Jardine has nothing for him here. Big punches from Story. Another big right from Story and they separate. Story is tired but he lands a few punches and then a nice right elbow and Jardine drops. Story tries for a choke to finish it and can't get it. Story landing knees to the hip. Story ends the fight looking for an armbar that he can't get and then Jardine tries for a leglock but the final bell sounds. 10-9 Story.

Official Scorecards: 30-27 across the board. Rick Story wins by unanimous decision.

Ramsey Nijem vs. C.J. Keith - Round 1 - Very quick low blow by Keith. And we have a break. Big right hand by Nijem. Keith ends up on top now on the ground. Nijem gets to his feet and Keith lands some good punches during Nijem's attempt at a takedown. Nijem gets mount as they scramble and he lands a few elbows and punches. Keith can't get away from the strikes and the fight is stopped. Ramsey Nijem wins by TKO (strikes), 2:29 of round 1.

Hatsu Hioki vs. Ricardo Lamas - Round 1 - Hioki has Lamas pushed into the cage quickly. Lamas reverses a Hioki takedown, now Hioki looks to lock up an omoplata. Lamas manages to get out of the lock and they're standing and Lamas lands a right hand and then a hard leg kick. Good body kick by Lamas and now a takedown but can't really establish it as they're standing with Lamas pushing him into the cage. Hioki with a nice takedown into the side control. Lamas works back to half guard, eating a few punches and elbows. 10-9 Hioki.

Round 2 - They trade kicks early. Right hand by Lamas misses by an inch,as does a counter left. Lamas with a knee as Hioki was going for a takedown and then a few hard punches. Left hand lands for Lamas. Hioki with another takedown now and Lamas almost has a guillotine locked in, but Hioki does get out. As they're working on the ground, Lamas has another very deep guillotine. Hioki has been on top here but he hasn't done anything and I think Lamas won that round for his work on the feet and the near submissions off his back. 10-9 Lamas.

Round 3 - Lamas with a few low kicks and misses with a ew punches. Head kick by Lamas misses. Hard jab lands for Lamas, one lands for Hioki. Lamas is attacking a bit now. Hioki looks tires and isn't doing a lot. Lamas misses a wild spinning kick. Left hand by Lamas lands. Hard left hand by Lamas. Hioki looks for a takedown and gets caught in a deep guillotine. He's able to escape it. Hioki content to just sit on top while Lamas punches him in the body. 10-9 Lamas gives him the win in my eyes.

Official Scorecards: 29-28 across the board. Ricardo Lamas wins by unanimous decision.

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