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Video: Watch UFC Fight Night 110’s post-event press conference on MMAjunkie

By MMAjunkie Staff

Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – UFC Fight Night 110 takes place today at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand. As usual, you can watch a live video stream of the post-event press conference here on MMAjunkie at approximately 1:15 a.m. ET (10:15 p.m. PT).

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Twitter reacts to Mark Hunt’s TKO, Derrick Lewis’ ‘likely’ retirement at UFC Fight Night 110

😂By Mike Bohn

— Marc Diakiese (@Marc_Diakiese)

Mark Hunt got back on track in Saturday's UFC Fight Night 110 main event when he defeated Derrick Lewis for his first victory since March 2016.

Hunt (13-11-1 MMA, 8-5-1 UFC) took care of business in home territory when he snapped Lewis' (18-5 MMA, 9-3 UFC) lengthy winning streak ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Mark Hunt wins grueling battle vs. Derrick Lewis with 4th-round TKO

By Steven Marrocco

A heavyweight fight that on paper looked like a slugfest turned into a battle of cardiovascular strength.

Mark Hunt (13-11-1 MMA, 8-5-1 UFC) took Derrick Lewis' (18-5 MMA, 9-3 UFC) best shots and chased him around the cage, doling out repeated shots to the body and legs, until Lewis ...read more

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Derek Brunson Knocks Out Daniel Kelly (UFC Aucklund Results)

By MMA Weekly

No. 8 ranked middleweight Derek Brunson got back in the column on Saturday at UFC Fight Night 110 in Auckland, New Zealand by knocking out No. 15 ranked Daniel Kelly in the opening round of the fight card's co-main event. The two southpaws stood right in front of each ...read more

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Twitter reacts to Derek Brunson’s quick KO of Daniel Kelly at UFC Fight Night 110

😱By Mike Bohn That's playing with tempo on that combo. Lovely KO.

Derek Brunson rebounded from a disappointing losing skid when he defeated Daniel Kelly in Saturday's UFC Fight Night 110 co-main event. Check out the reactions.

After losing a controversial decision to former UFC champ Anderson Silva at UFC 208 in February, Brunson (17-5 MMA, 8-3 UFC) rebounded with a ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Dan Hooker polishes off Ross Pearson with perfectly timed knee

By Steven Marrocco Watch Dan Hooker knock out Ross Pearson with a vicious knee that sent his mouthpiece flying

The fight was over at the 3:02 mark of the middle frame after referee Neil Swales stepped in to save Pearson, who needed just one hammerfist to the face to go completely out after the concussion of the knee.

If Hooker had laid a trap for Pearson with the shot up the middle, he did so brilliantly. Up until that point, he'd mostly shown the Brit a persistent jab and a hard leg kick, which began to leave its mark by the end of the first round.

Down in height and reach, Pearson's job from the outset was simple: get inside. And he did so fairly well, shuffling to the side to score with left hooks and shovel punches that reddened Hooker's nose. Although Pearson's leg appeared to receive the worst of the damage, he was still very much in the fight until the sudden shift in momentum.

RelatedUFC Fight Night 110 play-by-play and live results

But in the second round, Hooker began to experiment with a straight right, tracking Pearson's movement inside. That turned out to be a precursor to the fight-ending sequence. Pearson was caught totally off-guard by the shot and dropped to the canvas.

New Zealand native Hooker gets back to the win column in front of a home crowd, though a win streak eludes him; since his 2014 debut, he's alternated between wins and losses.

Pearson's loss is likely to invite serious career reflection, if not a contractual crossroads. “The Ultimate Fighter 9” winner is 1-5 in his past six outings after his fourth consecutive loss.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 110 results:

Dan Hooker def. Ross Pearson via knockout (knee, punch) – Round 2, 3:02

Dan Hooker made Ross Pearson wade through dozens of jabs and leg-kicks, and just as Pearson started getting inside, he met the advance with a fight-ending shot.

Hooker (14-7 MMA, 4-3 UFC) snuck in a lunging knee that sent Pearson's (19-14 MMA, 11-11 UFC) mouthpiece flying for a second-round ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Ion Cutelaba destroys Henrique da Silva in 22 seconds

By Ben Fowlkes

Ion Cutelaba's fast start made for a quick night for Henrique da Silva.

Cutelaba (13-3 MMA, 2-2 UFC) needed just 22 seconds to knock down da Silva (12-3 MMA, 2-3 UFC) and put him away with punches on the mat for a violent finish.

The light-heavyweight bout was part of ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Ben Nguyen dismantles Tim Elliott, chokes him out inside 1 minute

By Steven Marrocco

No one will be underrating Ben Nguyen's ground game after his fight with Tim Elliott.

Nguyen (17-6 MMA, 4-1 UFC) used Elliott's (14-8-1 MMA, 3-6 UFC) frenetic grappling against him, taking the back and sinking in a choke in the first round to earn an upset win.

The flyweight bout ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Vinc Pichel returns with big-time knockout in first fight since 2014

By Steven Marrocco UFC Fight Night 110 play-by-play and live results

A lead uppercut was the first big score for Pichel, which may have explained Brown's sudden charge forward. The comeback wound up being his undoing.

Pichel hadn't fought for nearly three years when he secured the knockout win over Brown. Now the owner of a three-fight win streak, he gets back to work in style while Brown goes back to the drawing board after a pair of wins.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 110 results:

Vinc Pichel def. Damien Brown via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 3:37

With Damien Brown coming in hot, Vinc Pichel spent most of his time trying not to get clipped by one of the heavy shots coming his way.

Pichel (10-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) picked his shots and got out of the way, and when Brown (16-10 MMA, 2-2 UFC) came ...read more

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UFC Fight Night 110 results: Luke Jumeau guts out close unanimous decision over Dominique Steele

By Ben Fowlkes UFC Fight Night 110 play-by-play and live results

Fighting in front of his home crowd, Jumeau came in with some pressure behind him for his UFC debut. Early on he seemed as if he might succumb to the UFC jitters, as Steele took him down and controlled him on the mat enough to snag the first round on the scorecards.

But Jumeau would rebound in the second, briefly dropping Steele with a right hand behind the ear, then fending off his takedown attempts from the clinch once Steele got desperate to get the fight back to the mat.

Jumeau managed to launch a more sustained offensive assault in the final frame, battering Steele with more right hands and hard uppercuts, putting punches together in a way that had Steele staggering around the cage late in the fight. Jumeau was again forced to deal with Steele's takedown attempts, which mostly succeeded in slowing the fight, but once he got his moments in open space Jumeau made the most of them.

Steele would hang on until the final horn, despite some iffy moments for him in late striking exchanges. Once the fight went to the scorecards, all three had it for Jumeau, who thanked his fellow New Zealanders for their support in an emotional post-fight speech.

With the victory in his UFC debut, Jumeau now has a seven-fight overall winning streak. Steele has lost three straight, and four of his last five.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 110 results:

Luke Jumeau def. Dominique Steele via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Luke Jumeau had Dominique Steele rocked and reeling late in their fight, but he couldn't quite find the off switch with his crisp combinations.

In the end, Jumeau (12-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC) had to settle for a win on the scorecards as he edged out Steele (14-9 MMA, 1-4 UFC) by ...read more

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