UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Henderson II – Quick Results – Belfort KO’s Hendo


UFC Logo ThumbnailThe Octagon travels to Brazil again tonight for UFC Fight Night 32. The main event features a Light Heavyweight Title Fight between MMA Pioneers Dan Henderson and Vitor Belfort. Also on the main card is heavy handed Instinct MMA veteran Brandon Thatch facing a tough test in Brazilian submission specialist Paul Thiago. The main card will air live and free in Canada on Sportsnet 360 at 8pm et with the Prelims on Facebook at 530pm et.

Quick Results:
Vitor Belfort defeats Dan Henderson by KO (Head Kick) in Round 1, 1:17
Cezar Ferreira defeats Daniel Sarafian by Split Decision (30-27,30-28,28-29)
Rafael Cavalcante submits Igor Pokrajac by Strikes (Knees in clinch and punches) in Round 1, 1:18
Brandon Thatch submits Paulo Thiago by Strikes (Knee to body and GNP) in Round 1, 2:10
Ryan Laflare defeats Santiago Ponzinibbio by Unanimous Decision (30-27,30-27,30-27)
Jeremy Stephens defeats Rony Jason by KO (Head Kick) in Round 1, :40

Prelim Results:
Sam Sicilia defeats Godofredo Pepey by TKO (GNP) in Round 1, 1:42
Omari Akhmedov defeats Thiago Perpetuo by KO in Round 1, 3:31
Thiago Tavares submits Justin Salas by Rear Naked Choke in Round 1, 2:38
Adriano Martins submits Daron Cruickshank by Kimura in Round 2, 2:49
Dustin Ortiz defeats Jose Maria by TKO in Round 3, 3:19


10 Responses to “ UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Henderson II – Quick Results – Belfort KO’s Hendo ”

  1. Adriano Martins is a huge Lightweight. Impressive performance.

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  2. Don Wilson says:

    Martins was huge absolutely dwarfed Cruickshank

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  3. Blackout says:

    Impressive night of fights. Wow. Crazy outcome in the main event.

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  4. Don't Call Me Leon says:

    Anyone think Belfort vs Hendo was stopped early? Looking at highlight reel or slo-mo plays Dan never went out and had Belfort’s ankle. Think Miragliotta should have let that go, to ensure Henderson wasn’t capable of continuing.

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  5. Don't Call Me Leon says:

    Also Stephens KO was more deserving of KOTN, perhaps even Thatch too!

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  6. gnp says:

    No Hendo was out….uppercut lifted him right off the ground and with that kick he went stiff…vitor looks great…

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  7. Donald Duck says:

    Can Vitor get licensed outside of Brazil? Seems like this was an interesting fight with zero title implications.

    Sucked to see Hendo get KO’d like that, he was out cold.


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  8. gnp says:

    yeah it did , been a hendo fan for a long time…..I think vitor would match up good with Weidman….I think Anderson has his number…????

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  9. Don't Call Me Leon says:

    Dana’s trying to match up Belfort vs Machida! That would be interesting!

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  10. Blackout says:

    Perhaps Vitor was just caught in his previous match with Silva, I remember him not doing bad until that front kick… and Vitor now seems to have a different aura about him. Seems alot more confident and he carries that confidence well. I wouldnt totally count him out against Silva.

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