UFC On Fuel: Munoz Vs. Weidman - Live Results And Play-By-Play For Main Card

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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 Fuel TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman. Our live coverage will start with the fights on the Facebook prelims (5:45 p.m. ET) tthrough the main card on Fuel (8 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 main card.

Fuel will show six fights live tonight. In the main event, Chris Weidman and Mark Munoz meet in a clash of middleweight contenders. The co-main event sees James Te-Huna take on Joey Beltran. Aaron Simpson and Kenny Robertson will meet on the card as well. Karlos Vemola will battle Francis Carmont in a middleweight scrap. Rounding out the card is T.J. Dillashaw against Vaughan Lee and Rafael dos Anjos against Anthony Njokuani.

Make sure to come back during the event and share your thoughts as the event goes down.

Rafael dos Anjos vs. Anthony Njokuani - Round 1 - Leg kick early by RDA. RDA drops Njokuani with a let hand and gets a takedown. Njokuani stands up but gets taken back down. He stands again though. Uppercut lands for RDA. Njokuani looking to use leg kicks and work to the body but RDA with a good leg kick and he closes distance again. Another leg kick and now RDA ducks down for a takedown and Njokuani is able to stay upright. RDA easily winning the round.

Round 2 - Njokuani coming out and actually throwing stikes this round. Dos Anjos lands a nice right but Njokuani actually returns fire this time. Njokuani doing a lot more this round but dos Anjos' pressure is letting him get inside well. RDA trying for more takedowns but Njokuani is doing a great job of not staying down. Another RDA takedown. Njokuani was able to get back up and RDA keeps trying for the takedown and Njokuani defending well. Another big takedown now as RDA just kept going for it. Another 10-9 dos Anjos round.

Round 3 - It seems Njokuani has a broken hand, which isn't doing him any favors. RDA was pressuring again and Njokuani is starting to land, but he's not really opening up enough to seem like he can get a finish. Hard jab by Njokuani. RDA with another takedown attempt and Njokuani defending very well. Now RDA tries again and gets the takedown. Should be an easy, clear RDA decision now.

Official scorecards: 30-27, 30-27, 29-28. Rafael dos Anjos wins by unanimous decision.

T.J. Dillashaw vs. Vaughan Lee - Round 1 - Dillashaw comes forward with a flurry but doesn't really land. Lee with some hard right hands and a knee to the body. Big takedown by Dillashaw and Lee manages to get up but Dillashaw takes the back standing. Dillashaw looks for a rear naked choke and turns it into a neck crank standing and Lee has no option but to tap out. That'll do it. T.J. Dillashaw wins by submission (neck crank), round 1.

Karlos Vemola vs. Francis Carmont - Round 1 - Vemola grabs the waist looking for a takedown and he gets it. Vemola takes a guillotine choke but doesn't seem close to finishing it. Carmont escapes and tries to take an arm but can't finish that either and now we're back to standing. Carmont goes for a takedown and again it's vemola looking for a guillotine. Round ends. 10-9 Vemola?

Round 2 - Carmont with a big kick, Vemola gets inside, they end up on the ground and Carmont ends up getting a crucifix and taking a rear naked choke from there for the finish. Francis Carmont wins by submission (rear naked choke), round 2.

Aaron Simpson vs. Kenny Robertson - Round 1 - Simpson coming forward and Robertson tags him. Robertson with another hard punch as Simpson lands a body kick. They trade some strikes and Robertson is really doing well in the exchanges here. Simpson tries for a takedown and Robertson defends, another one and Robertson spins and lands a big hook that cuts Simpson. Simpson manages to get a takedown and now looks for a guillotine but can't get it. 10-9 Simpson.

Round 2 - Simpson pushing in and trying for the takedown and Robertson is defending well so far. Simpson does get the fight to the ground and has the back, landing a big punch before Robertson stands back up. Simpson rides the round out. Not a ton happening there. 10-9 Simpson.

Round 3 - More of the same early as Simpson clinches him from behind against the cage and gets the takedown. Reverse triangle locked up by Simpson but Robertson defends by locking up one of Simpson's legs and it saves him from the submission but he's still getting beat up by Simpson here. Simpson pours it on to end the round. 10-9 Simpson.

Official scorecards: 30-27, 29-28, 29-28 Aaron Simpson wins by unanimous decision.

James Te Huna vs. Joey Beltran - Round 1 - Te Huna with a big right hand. Beltran throwing punches that are missing and Te Huna teeing off with bigger, more accurate punches. Te Huna getting his punches in still, Beltran with a few kicks to the body that land well. Te Huna is really smoking him here but Beltran is a tough out. Right hand by Te Huna moves Beltran backward. Big left hand huts Beltran. Beltran lands a right of his own and now is looking for a takedown. Te Huna with a few really hard shots and Beltran drops. Te Huna is in the mount and lands some big shots but can't get the finish. Back on the feet and Te Huna is tagging him. This is nasty.

Round 2 - Te Huna looking to knock his head off again. Simple takedown by Te Huna. They're restarted on the feet after nothing happens and Te Huna blasts him again. Body kick by Beltran. Body, body, head by Te Huna. Beltran tags him with an uppercut and that hurt Te Huna. Still, a Te Huna round.

Round 3 - Te Huna with some big punches. Beltran finally lands a bit, Te Huna with a takedown but they're quickly back to standing. Te Huna with a huge punch to the head and a big body shot. Beltran with a take takedown and he's trying for mount. They finish the fight trading big punches with Te Huna getting much more the better of it.

Official scorecards: 30-26, 30-27, 30-27 James Te-Huna wins by unanimous decision.

Mark Munoz vs. Chris Weidman - Round 1 - Weidman with a very nice takedown and he's right into side control. Munoz is able to stand but eats a big knee by Weidman and drops back down so he can get three points on the ground. Weidman uses a guillotine, gives it up and starts landing some hard elbows. Weidman now looking for a kimura. Weidman looked for the guillotine again and gave it up when it wasn't there. Full mount by Weidman now. Munoz escaped but Weidman keeps him stuck on the ground. 10-9 Weidman

Round 2 - Weidman with a huge elbow on the feet that drops Munoz and he follows up with violent ground and pound. The ref lets the fight continue for FAR too long but it's finally over. Chris Weidman wins by TKO (elbow, punches), round 2. What an amazing performance by Chris Weidman, he proved he is 100% for real. Mark Munoz is legit, and Weidman just destroyed him.

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