UFC Fight Night 60 definitely won't get many votes for event of the year. While there have been some finishes and some decent action in the odd bout, many of the contests have been plodding affairs that haven't exactly had the fans in Broomfield, CO out of their seats. A local fighter did win one bout though, which got a decent result. Check out the results for the first four bouts of the main card below.
Magny, as usual, wore his opponent down in the clinch and with some takedowns. The first round didn't have much action, but Magny turned it up in the second and it looked like he was going to get a TKO win before he slipped while attempting a knee. Kunimoto then sat in his guard for a while, but couldn't get anything going. Magny eventually ended up on top and almost finished him late in the second, but they went to the third. Once the bell sounded, Magny went back to work and ended up submitting his tired opponent without too much effort.
The less said about this fight, the better. The two men threw plodding strikes for the entire 15 minutes, minus one last-second takedown from Walsh to end the first. Walsh threw windmill rights, Kelly responded with counters and his own awkward strikes. Walsh was hurt at one point, but Kelly didn't seem to notice. Neither man threw a single kick or knee. Neither man clinched up once, despite their backgrounds. It was terrible. Oh, and Kelly won. I guess.
Both men had a good first round, throwing a lot on the feet and having some success with counters. Prazeres continued to land counters and got a takedown in the second, but he was pretty much gassed out by then. Lee took over, despite telling his corner that he couldn't see out of his left eye going into the third. Lee beat up a tired Prazeres on the feet and controlled him on the mat, which helped him cruise to the unanimous decision victory.
Ray Borg defeated Chris Kalades by submission (kimura) at 2:56 of round 3
Borg controlled the fight from the opening bell, taking down an attacking Kalades and constantly looking for submissions. Kalades managed to fight out of most of them and even threatened from the bottom once in the second round, but Borg's speed and transition game was just too much for him. Borg finally secured a unique kimura half way through the third and adjusted until he was able to elicit a tap from his opponent.