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UFC Brisbane results and highlights: Jouban finishes quickly, Hooker chokes Eddiva

Here are the results for the preliminary fights of UFC Brisbane: Mir vs. Hunt.

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The UFC is back in Australia with a big FS1 card, headlined by heavyweights Mark Hunt and Frank Mir. Before they could enter the Octagon, a six-fight preliminary card played out in Brisbane, featuring a lightweight tilt between Ross Pearson and Chad Laprise. Here's how those fights played out.

Alan Jouban def. Brendan O'Reilly via TKO (strikes) at 2:15 of Round 1

O'Reilly was able to take Jouban down right away, but the control didn't last long. Jouban was able to get back up and go to work on O'Reilly. After unleashing several combinations, Jouban sent O'Reilly to the mat with brutal standing elbows, finishing the fight with ground and pound.

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Dan Hooker def. Mark Eddiva via submission (guillotine choke) at 1:24 of Round 1

In the first finish of the night, Eddiva attempted a takedown after catching a high kick. Hooker was able to stop the takedown and sink in a standing guillotine choke. In an attempt to get out, Eddiva fell to the floor and tried to roll to side control, but Hooker turned him onto his back. After fighting the choke for a while, Eddiva eventually tapped out.

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Leslie Smith def. Rin Nakai via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Leslie Smith opened up with the significant striking advantage in the fight, easily winning the first round by keeping the fight on the feet. Nakai had more success in the second round when she was able to get the fight to the ground. Nakai also was able to get Smith in a tight arm triangle choke that Smith was able to power out of. The third round saw Smith dominate on the feet for the majority of the round, with Nakai getting a late takedown in the round.

Viscarde Andrade def. Rick Walsh via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)

Both Andrade and Walsh found their route to victory very early in the fight, with Walsh getting the better of the stand up and Andrade taking the fight to the ground. Andrade was able to keep Walsh on his back for a good portion of the first round, essentially winning himself the round. In the second Walsh dropped Andrade with a right hand, swarming him to get the finish. Andrade survived and went on to win the third round with his grappling.

Ross Pearson def. Chad Laprise via split decision (30-27, 29-28, 28-30)

This fight was a very tightly contested contest between two strikers. The fight saw Pearson land a ton of low kicks to the lead leg of Laprise and landing with the right hand. Laprise had success with his jab as well as the high kick. The fight stayed on the feet for the entire three rounds, with neither fighter putting a stamp on any round, leading to three very different scorecards.

Alan Patrick def. Damien Brown via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

The first round of the fight was a back and forth battle. Both fighters were looking for takedowns and submissions in a really high paced first round. In the second and third round, Partick was able to get the better of Brown in the grappling, taking him down and controlling him. This led Patrick to winning the second and third round, which included a 10-8 round on one judge's scorecard.