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Live results for the Facebook undercard portion of UFC on Fuel: Silva vs. Stann. The main event sees Wanderlei Silva take on Brian Stann.
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 8: Silva vs. Stann. Our live coverage will start with the fights on Facebook (7:40 p.m. ET) followed by the fights on the Fuel (10 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.
The prelim portion of the card breaks down like this:
Bantamweight: Alex Caceres vs. Kyung Ho Kang
Marcelo Guimaraes vs. Hyun Gyu Lim - Round 1 - Lim with a leg kick and he avoids the return shot from Marcelo. Now Marcelo fails on a takedown attempt. Big right hand by Lim and now a knee to the body. Lim pumps the jab twice. Marcelo stuck going backward here. Uppercut by Lim and he avoids a pair of takedown attempts. Hard uppercut lands for Marcelo now and a good jab. Big overhand right for Marcelo and Lim lands a hard knee. Uppercut by Lim slips through. Marcelo gets a late takedown with about 12 seconds left. I still have it 10-9 Lim.
Round 2 - Lim with leg kicks right out of the corner. He avoids a pair of wild rights from Marcelo. Good body kick by Marcelo and a solid left hand after. He misses another takedown attempt though. Lim with a body shot and a nice combo to the head. Marcelo starting to land now and then he gets a big takedown. Lim gets up but Marcelo is right back to trying to get it to the ground again. Marcelo with a good jab and now Lim lands a big knee and Marcelo drops out cold! Hyun Gyu Lim wins by KO (knee), round 2.
Alex Caceres vs. Kyung Ho Kang - Round 1 - Leg kick from Caceres and he jumps inside with a failed superman punch. Kang takes him down from the body lock. Kang landing some ground and pound and passes to side control. Caceres able to create space and get back to his feet. Right hand by Kang and then he takes Caceres down from the back. Cacares gets to his feet, Kang lands a few punches and takes him down and has the back but Caceres turns to end up on top. Knee to the body by Caceres as they stand and Kang takes him down again. Caceres with a good sweep. Kang uses an omoplata to reverse and get on top and then to his feet. Kang with a right hand. Caceres misses with a double kick. Big right by Kang at the end of the round. 10-9 Kang.
Round 2 - Kang with another quick takedown and again he passes to side control but gets pulled back to half guard. Caceres does get guard back. Kang lands two punches as Caceres gets back to his feet. Body kick by Kang. Right hand for Kang again. Caceres pushes Kang into the cage now. Caceres ends up on top on the ground but Kang sweeps. Kang had the back but couldn't get the hooks in as he tried to get a rear naked choke. Kang gets a takedown after Caceres was on top briefly doing a little bit of work. 10-9 Kang.
Round 3 - Kang coming forward while Caceres circles. Kang catches a kick and takes him down but slips and Caceres is on top landing some hard shots. Caceres looking for a guillotine but can't finish. He's landing some elbows from on top. Again Caceres looks for a guillotine. Now Kang manages to get up and get the takedown after Caceres landed an illegal knee. Kang landing some elbows. Kang ends up falling back to his back as they ended up in the scramble. Caceres ends up in mount now with 45 seconds left. He tries for a triangle but nothing there. Kang is exhausted but lands an upkick. 10-9 Caceres. But 29-28 Kang overall.
Official scorecards: 29-28 Kang, 29-28 Caceres, 29-28 Caceres. Alex Caceres wins by split decision.
Cristiano Marcello vs. Kazuki Tokudome - Round 1 -Marcello landing some hard punches on the feet in the first minute and Takudome having to defend. Takudome ends up on top on the ground and starts to work some effective ground and pound while avoiding the attacks of Marcello off his back. Marcello looking for an armbar but Takudome lands some hard punches. 10-9 Takudome.
Round 2 - Takudome gets the takedown again and is on top working a safe ground and pound strategy. Hard elbows and left hands landing for Takudome. Takudome working well but for some reason they're stood up. Marcello runs forward throwing a ton of punches and landing none, but he does follow up with a takedown. Takudome gets up and now Marcello throws punches again and misses them all again. Marcello lands a right hand. Takudome lands a good combination and lands again. 10-9 Takudome.
Round 3 -Takudome lands a big right and Marcello drops. Now Takudome is on top landing punches but Marcello is still defending. Takudome is on top now working from half guard. Marcello gets full guard back. They do end up back on the feet and Marcello has the back standing. Takudome ends up on top on the ground and Marcello is running out of time. 10-9 Takudome.
Official scorecards: 30-27 across the board. Kazuki Takudome wins by unanimous decision.
Takeya Mizugaki vs. Bryan Caraway - Round 1 - Clinch work early by both men. Caraway tries for a throw, but can't get it and Mizugaki tries to deliver some body shots. The YouTube stream died for a good portion of the round and when it comes back they're in the center of the octagon trading. Mizugaki lands a few punches. Caraway ends up taking the back with about 20 seconds left. Can't score as I missed part of the round.
Round 2 - They come out and are trading. Caraway is doing a good job in the exchanges and he's looking for a takedown again. Mizugaki dives in with an uppercut and now jumps in with a hook. A body shot has Caraway slowed. Big shot by Caraway hurts Mizugaki and now he locks in a mounted guillotine. Mizugaki is defending and does manage to get out but Caraway takes the back now and has a body triangle. Mizugaki tries to reverse and Caraway stays on top but at least is now in half guard instead of back control. 10-9 Caraway.
Round 3 - They trade on the inside. Good body shot and then a right hand that lands hard to Caraway's head. Big left by Mizugaki hurts Caraway. Knee lands for Mizugaki and a left hand. Another hard left for Mizugaki and Caraway is rattled here. Caraway with a half-hearted shot. Another big shot lands for Mizugaki. The left hook is there all day now. Caraway shoots and then lands an uppercut. Mizugaki with a knee and a hard punch. Mizugaki lands another shot and now Caraway has a leg and wants the takedown badly. Mizugaki landing in the clinch and Caraway still desperately looking for the takedown. Mizugaki with another left that lands. 10-9 Mizugaki. Without seeing all of round 1 I have no clue who deserves to win.
Official scorecards: 29-28 Mizugaki, 29-28 Caraway, 29-28 Mizugaki. Takeya Mizugaki wins by split decision.
Riki Fukuda vs. Brad Tavares - Round 1 -Fukuda coming forward and Tavares lands a leg kick. Fukuda catches a leg and gets a takedown but Tavares uses the threat of a triangle to get back to his feet. Tavares is working the jab while Fukuda is trying to wait for openings to throw. Now Fukuda lands a few leg kicks. Tavares with some good kicks to the body and now a hard right hand. Fukuda with a takedown off a caught kick but Tavares gets to his feet quickly and lands an elbow. 10-9 Tavares.
Round 2 - Fukuda can't get anything done looking to grapple and they go back to distance and Tavares starts to land his right hand. The jab of Tavares is also landing regularly now and he mixes in an uppercut. 10-9 Tavares.
Round 3 - Fukuda lands a good left hand. He's really throwing it a lot more this round despite appearing to have hurt that hand in the first and it's working for him. Tavares landing some jabs now and then a body shot, now Fukuda lands a hard body shot and a left to the head. Right hand by Tavares gets in. Jab by Fukuda and a right by Tavares. Tavares with a few more good shots. 10-9 Tavares.
Official scorecards: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27. Brad Tavares wins by unanimous decision.