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UFC on ESPN+ 13 - Sacramento ‘De Randamie vs Ladd & Faber vs Simon’ SBN MMA Post-Fight Show

On this episode of the show, Flyin’ Brian J discusses the nights violence and nonsensical post-fight antics. This post-fight show is aimed at recapping all of the action from both of these events with the live viewer serving as the co-host. We go over post-fight ratings, talk about technique, discuss WTF moments from the card, and give out pretend bonuses.

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On this episode of the show Flyin’ Brian J discusses the nights’ violence and nonsensical post-fight antics. This SBN MMA post-fight show is aimed at recapping all of the action from this event with the live viewer serving as the co-host. We go over post-fight ratings, talk about technique, discuss WTF moments from the card, and give out pretend bonuses.

At 35 years of age, de Randamie had already been competing as a professional for 20 years heading into this fight. That’s a wild statistic, one that stands out considering her opponent is about a decade younger. All the same, “Iron Lady” picked up a pair of wins over Top 5-ranked Bantamweights in her last two, even if one of those bouts was technically a title-winning Featherweight battle. There’s a reason Ladd was the favorite, however. The up-and-comer made her amateur debut at 18, winning multiple regional titles before jumping into high-level professional competition quickly. She’s done nothing but win inside the Octagon, prompting this elevation in level of competition. Regardless those compelling stats Ladd was the victim of the quickest KO in UFC history at 16 seconds in round 1 via right cross. De Randamie was a classy winner in the octagon post-fight while Aspen was still getting her wits about her.

Urijah Faber being one half of the co-main event kind of added some ‘name value’ to this card, was it a mistake for him to retire? Apparently not, Faber stormed into this bout with a powerful overhand right to ground and pound and finished this fight at 46 seconds in round 1. Despite the exciting rapid finishes in the main and co-main events of this card, this was a great example of a card you may have been willing to miss out on watching live. If that’s the case, check out our Radio-Style Live Play-By-Play broadcast here on Bloody Elbow, or over on our SBN MMA YouTube, or the audio on any of our BE Presents podcast platforms.

Here are all the UFC Sacramento RESULTS & new fight records:


  • 135 - Germaine de Randamie (9-3) DEF. Aspen Ladd (8-1), KO/TKO-Right Cross 0:16 - R1/5, tied for the fastest women’s knockout in UFC history
  • 135 - Urijah Faber (35-10) DEF. Ricky Simón (15-2), KO/TKO-Overhand Right to G&P, 0:46 R1/3
  • 145 - Josh Emmett (15-2) DEF. Mirsad Bektic (13-2), KO/TKO-Power Jab to G&P, R1/3
  • 185 - Karl Roberson (8-2) DEF. Wellington Turman (15-3), DEC-Split
  • 185 - Marvin Vettori (13-3) DEF. Cezar Ferreira (13-8), DEC-Unanimous

POTN: Jonathan Martinez, Andre Fili, Josh Emmett, Urijah Faber
FOTN: None
Attendance: 10,306
Gate: $938,73.17 USD


  • 205 - John Allan (14-5) DEF. Mike Rodriguez (10-4), DEC-Unanimous
  • 145 - Andre Fili (20-6) DEF. Sheymon Moraes (11-4), KO/TKO-Right Hook to G&P, 3:07 R1/3
  • 135 - Julianna Peña (9-3) DEF. Nicco Montano (4-3), DEC-Unanimous
  • 145 - Ryan Hall (8-1) DEF. Darren Elkins (24-8), DEC-Unanimous
  • 135 - Jonathan Martinez (11-2) DEF. Pingyuan Liu (15-5), KO/TKO-Knee, 3:54 R3/3, 13:54 Total
  • 115 - Brianna Van Buren (9-2) DEF. Livia Renata Souza (13-2), DEC-Unanimous
  • 135 - Benito Lopez (10-1) DEF. Vince Morales (9-4), DEC-Unanimous

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Here are the full payouts for UFC on ESPN+ 13 - Sacramento:

Germaine de Randamie: $90,000 (includes $45,000 win bonus)
DEF Aspen Ladd: $35,000

Urijah Faber: $340,000 (includes $170,000 win bonus)
DEF Ricky Simon: $23,000

Josh Emmett: $98,000 (includes $49,000 win bonus)
DEF Mirsad Bektic: $38,000

Karl Roberson: $50,000 (includes $25,000 win bonus)
DEF Wellington Turman: $12,000

Marvin Vettori: $40,000 (includes $20,000 win bonus)
DEF Cezar Ferreira: $45,000

John Allan: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
DEF Mike Rodriguez: $20,000

Andre Fili: $80,000 (includes $40,000 win bonus)
DEF Sheymon Moraes: $21,000

Julianna Pena: $80,000 (includes $40,000 win bonus)
DEF Nicco Montano: $30,000

Ryan Hall: $70,000 (includes $35,000 win bonus)
DEF Darren Elkins: $62,000

Jonathan Martinez: $28,000 (includes $14,000 win bonus)
DEF Liu Pingyuan: $14,000

Brianna Van Buren: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
DEF Livinha Souza: $12,000

Benito Lopez: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus)
DEF Vince Morales: $14,000

As usual, these figures do not represent a fighter’s total earnings, as things such as Reebok sponsorship and discretionary bonuses are not publicly disclosed.