UFC on Fox 9: Johnson vs. Benavidez live results and play-by-play for Facebook and FS1 prelims

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Live results and thoughts on the action from the prelims for UFC on Fox: Johnson vs. Benavidez

As with every major show, Bloody Elbow will be here to bring you live results, play by play and commentary for UFC on Fox 9. Our live coverage will start with the fights on Facebook (aprox 4 p.m. ET) followed by the fights on the FS1 prelim broadcast (5 p.m. ET) through the Fox main card (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 preliminary card on Facebook and FS1.

The prelim portion of the card breaks down like this:

Make sure that you come back and join us as the action goes down and share your thoughts in the comments.

Alp Ozkilic vs. Darren Uyenoyama

Round 1 - The fighters exchanged kicks early. Uyenoyama got Ozkilic down early, but couldn't plant him on his back initially. Eventually he transitioned and got him down, but Ozkilic immediately went for an armbar and got up. Uyenoyama was relentless with the takedowns though and kept at it. Ozkilic reversed and ended up on top, but let Uyemoyama up. Darren scored with some kicks. Ozkilic landed a nice trip takedown and landed a couple of elbows. After about a minute of ground control he let Uyenoyama up again. Close round. 10-9 Uyenoyama.

Round 2 - Uyenoyama deftly shot in for a single but Ozkilic ended up on top. As soon as Uyenoyama looked for a sub from the bottom, Ozkilic stood up and backed out. Darren scored with a right and Ozkilic responded. Uyenoyama ended up on his back again and Ozkilic landed a few short punches. Referee Mike Beltran stood them up pretty quickly. Ozkilic scored with a counter uppercut. Ozkilic stopped another takedown and worked from top position briefly. Some kicks from Uyenoyama. 10-9 Ozkilic.

Round 3 - Uyenoyama went right back to the kicks, landing to the body and legs. Ozkilic came back with a hard right hand. Uyenoyama with the thai clinch and a solid knee. Ozkilic took him down. Uyenoyama went for the rubber guard and Ozkilic stood up. Ozkilic scored with a big uppercut. They exchanged punches but Ozkilic landed the harder shots. Uyenoyama on the bottom again and he landed a couple of short elbows. Uyenoyama went for an armbar and they got back to the feet. Ozkilic landed a hard left hook and got a takedown, but quickly backed out again. Solid punches from Ozkilic. 10-9 Ozkilic and I have him winning the fight 29-28.

Alp Ozkilic defeats Darren Uyenoyama by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28)

Roger Bowling vs. Abel Trujillo

Round 1 -The two men got right down to business with some solid strikes. Trujillo went for a takedown a couple of times but Bowling managed to escape quickly. Bowling worked a front headlock and tried to get a guillotine. Trujillo got up and landed two big knees, one of the flying variety. Trujillo took over with some hard punches and a body kick. Trujillo with a huge counter punch and a knee to the gut. Trujillo got a takedown right into side control against the cage. Trujillo was all over him. Bowling got up with 25 seconds to go but was cut up. Easily 10-9 Trujillo.

Round 2 - Bowling landed two kicks but Abel took him down. Bowling got right up, but the same thing happeneda nd they went back down. Trujillo landed three huge shots on the ground that had Bowling badly hurt. He got up, but referee John McCarthy stepped in after a couple more big shots.

Abel Trujillo defeats Roger Bowling by TKO (strikes), 1:35 of round 2

Cody McKenzie vs. Sam Stout

Round 1 - McKenzie came straight in and got a takedown. McKenzie worked to pass guard and landed some elbows. He looked for the guillotine, which allowed Stout to get up. He ran away, but Cody was latched onto his back. McKenzie scored with a couple of knees and a straight left. Stout scored with a solid body kick. Another right to the body dropped McKenzie. He got up, but ate another one. Stout sent him stumbling with a right hook. 10-9 Stout

Round 2 - McKenzie tried to work his jab or get a takedown but neither was working. Stout was picking him apart on the feet, but Cody landed the occasional straight left. Stout was looking to go back to the body again, which seems to be a weakness for McKenzie. Stout landed with a hard straight right and went back to the body. 10-9 Stout

Round 3 - Cody landed a jab. Stout continued to put together combinations that were landing a lot. McKenzie dropped for a takedown but fell right into a D'Arce choke. He landed a knee to the body and let him up when he couldn't secure the choke. McKenzie was swinging for the fences but not connecting. Stout pushed him down but let him back up immediately.  McKenzie was protecting his body. He went for a late leglock but couldn't secure anything. 10-9 Stout, and 30-27 Stout overall.

Sam Stout defeats Cody McKenzie by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Scott Jorgensen vs. Zach Makovsky

Round 1 - The fighters exchanged leg kicks.  Jorgensen scored with a two-punch combo and a straight left. Makovsky looked for a takedown but couldn't get anywhere. Jorgensen connected with a right hook as he changed in. Makovsky connected with a big uppercut that wobbled Jorgensen. A series of straight lefts connected, and the last backed off Jorgensen. Jorgensen scored a late takedown but got reversed. 10-9 Makovsky

Round 2 - After some clinch work, Jorgensen got the fight to the floor and threatened with his guillotine. Makovsky got up pretty quick, and got his own takedown in response, but that didn't last long either. Makovsky continued to find a home for his straight left. Jorgensen got a takedown against the cage. Makovsky got up after about 30 seconds. much closer round, but I'd lean 10-9 Jorgensen.

Round 3 - Makovsky connected with a nice superman punch and missed with a spinning backfist. Makovsky with a big slam but was immediately reversed. After a few seconds, Makovsky hit his own reversal. Jorgensen looked for a kimura but have up his back. But just like that Jorgensen reversed and they returned to the feet. Jorgensen scored with a knee and they went to the ground yet again. Reversal after reversal, so much fun stuff. And Makovsky rolled right to mount, then took full back mount. Makovsky looked to sink a choke but couldn't get the finish. 10-9 Makovsky, and I have him taking the entertaining fight 29-28.

Zach Makovsky defeats Scott Jorgensen by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Bobby Green vs. Pat Healy

Round 1 - After some tepid striking, Green briefly got Healy's back and tried to drag him down to no avail. Green used his superior speed to land a cuople of nice straight rights and a combination. Green was holding his hands low and looking to counter. Healy finally pressed him against the cage and grinded away. Healy started to connect at range a bit more, with Green calling him in for more. Healy got his back and tried for the takedown, but Green fought him off well. Green slipped some punches and connected with his counters. 10-9 Green

Round 2 - Green went back to the countering immediately in round two, but Healy landed a few shots as well.Three straight left counters from Green connected. Big combination from Green, but Healy just kept coming forward. Green got Healy's back briefly but couldn't get him down. Healy chased Green down, wrapped him up, and slammed him to the ground. Green got up pretty quickly though. Healy with a nice combo and Green was moving a bit slower. Healy moved it back against the fence and went with some dirty boxing. Green landed a front kick, Healy responded with a knee. Green got a late takedown. 10-9 Healy

Round 3 - Healy wanted to grind some more but Green spun away and scored with three punches. Healy continued to close the distance as Green pinged his with counter shots. Green with a big uppercut and left hook. Healy got a takedown and worked from Green's back. Once again Green backed out though and clinched up. Healy scored with a straight right but got taken down. Green got the back with one hook, but Healy reversed and landed some punches at the horn. Very close fight. I have that round 10-9 Green and give him the fight 29-28.

Bobby Green defeats Pat Healy by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Danny Castillo vs. Edson Barboza

Round 1 - Castillo shot in right away but got stuffed. Barboza missed with a spin kick but scored with a winging right.  Castillo hurt Barboza with a right and had him backing up. He charged forward with punches, then got a takedown. He tried to sink a choke but couldn't. He continued to pound away in guard but Barboza tied him up and hung on. Huge shot from Castillo. More and more. He once again went for a choke could couldn't get it. Castillo is straight kicking his ass! Barboza's forehead was busted open. Barboza went for a heel hook but Castillo rolled out. Upkick from Barboza, big elbow from Castillo. 10-8 Castillo.

Round 2 - Barboza started to throw his patented leg kicks right away. Big spinning back kick from Barboza connected to the midsection of Castillo. More nasty leg kicks, at least seven in the first two minutes. Castillo threw very few strikes. Barboza slipped on a kick and Castillo scored with a left. Barboza dropped Castillo with a left hook and went for a choke on the ground. Castillo got out and Barboza pounded away with hammerfists before letting him up. 10-9 Barboza

Round 3 - Barboza with two leg kicks right away. And a third that echoed with a huge thud. Castillo came back with a right hook. Barboza with a right hook of his own. Castillo had a takedown stuffed. Three more leg kicks from Barboza, and a straight right from Castillo. A spinning back kick to the gut hurt Castillo. Barboza went back to the body and just missed with a head kick. Both men landed with right hooks. Another spinning kick from Barboza knocked Castillo back a bit. Barboza got a brief takedown but Castillo was up immediately. 10-9 Barboza, and I have it scored as a 28-28 draw.

Edson Barboza defeats Danny Castillo by majority decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-28)

Court McGee vs. Ryan LaFlare

Round 1 - LaFlare scored an early takedown. McGee attempted to escape but LaFlare held a waistlock and dragged him down a couple of more times. LaFlare scored with a left hook and a standing emblow. McGee came back with a counter. McGee caught a kick and landed a couple of punches. McGee caught another kick and ended up in top position. Nice scramble and the returned to the feet.LaFlare connected with some big knees to the body, but Court came back with solid straight rights. Body kick from McGee. 10-9 LaFlare.

Round 2 - LaFlare landed the first significant strike of the round, a right hook. McGree conneected with some kicks, LaFlare responded with a superman punch. LaFlare with a body kick and a nice takedown. McGee came up quickly though. McGree caught a kick and took it to the floor, but LaFlare rolled through right away and got back up. McGee's pace was high, but it was LaFlare landing with more frequency. He was mixing it up too - kicks, knees, and different punching combinations. LaFlare got a takedown into side control. McGee got up quickly but was bloodied up. Clearly 10-9 LaFlare.

Round 3 - LaFlare with a right hook. McGee caught another kick but couldn't get the takedown. McGee scored with his own leg kick and a solid straight right. McGee stuffed a shot from LaFlare. McGee got a takedown and went for a guillotine but there was nothing there and LaFlare got up. LaFlare looked for a standing kimura and McGee was briefly on top. Both men were throwing a high volume of strikes but there wasn't much power behind them anymore. LaFlare fought off some takedown attempts. McGee finally got one with 30 seconds to go and looked for a choke. McGee landed a few strikes on the ground. 10-9 McGee, but 29-28 LaFlare overall.

Ryan LaFlare defeats Court McGee by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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