UFC Fight Night 151 – Live Results


UFC on ESPN+ 9 goes down live tonight from the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. In the main event Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone takes on “Ragin” Al Iaquinta in a Lightweight clash.

Also on the card will be almost a dozen Canadian fighters including Elias Theodorou, Brad Katona, Marc-Andre Barriault, Sarah Moras, Aiemann Zahabi, Kyle Prepolec, Nordine Taleb, Kyle Nelson, Arjan Bhullar,  Cole Smith and Mitch Gagnon.

Fans in Canada can catch the main card live on TSN5 beginning at 8pm et. The preliminary card begins on TSN5 at 6pm et and early prelims stream on UFC Fight Pass at 5pm et. Top MMA News will have all your live results right here as usual.

Main Card:
Donald Cerrone defeats Al Iquinta by Unanimous Decision (49-45, 49-45, 49-46)
Derek Brunson defeats Elias Theodorou by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Shane Burgos defeats Cub Swanson by Split Decision (30-27, 27-30, 29-28)
Merab Dvalishvili defeats Brad Katona by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Walt Harris defeats Sergey Spivak by TKO (Knees and Punches) in Round 1, 0:50 
Andrew Sanchez def. Marc-Andre Barriault by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Preliminary Card:
Macy Chiasson defeats Sarah Moras by TKO (Punches) in Round 2, 2:22
Vince Morales defeats Aiemann Zahabi by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Nordine Taleb defeats Kyle Prepolec by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Matt Sayles submits Kyle Nelson by Arm-Triangle Choke in Round 3, 3:16
Arjan Bhullar defeats Juan Adams by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)
Cole Smith defeats Mitch Gagnon by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)


5 Responses to “ UFC Fight Night 151 – Live Results ”

  1. EPerez says:

    Not only is it hard to believe that Theodoru is 9-3 in the UFC. It’s also hard to believe he even does this professionally. There are women filling up their divisons coming into the UFC with 6 or 7 fights that are miles ahead of this guy skill wise. I dont get it.

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  2. Joe Dirt says:

    Elias moves so badly that his opponents hesitate and second guess what universe they’re in. It’s the only thing that ever won him a fight. It is incredibly painful to watch. Good for him I guess, having done so well. I’m personally not a fan of his style.

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  3. Thoughts says:

    The reality of this loss actually helps elias in that he can be sent back down to dancing around with prelim fighters and winning split decisions.

    Worst part about him is his Twitter. It’s worse than his fighting. He thinks he’s witty, intellectual and gives off a vibe that he’s better than everyone and anyone around him. He makes jokes and pokes about fighters that he shouldn’t even be allowed to watch fight, let alone insert his opinion on.

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  4. Thoughts says:

    His coaches are often equally intolerable.

    Not 5 minutes after the fight ended his standup coach Ash posts this.

    Didn’t get the win tonight but proud of my brother!!!! Close fight against one of the best wrestler and hard hitter in that division. Lessons learn. On the next one

    Reality check: Elias ran for 9 minutes and proceeded to engage in exchanges all of like 5 times but never with hands. He REFUSES to throw a single punch if there is even a 1% chance of him getting punched back. He didn’t land a single actually significant blow. Brunson managed to hurt himself more when he tripped after an exchange than any single strike Elias threw at him.

    He’s the definition of Timidity and that’s supposed to be punished with warnings and losing points if it continues

    Canada stands behind its fighters so proudly and Elias was booed for 15 minutes straight by people he grew up in the same province as.. When an American opponent gets cheered that loud against a Canadian in Canada you know it was a stinker lol.

    Props to him and his team for making it this far but the amount of dilusion he and his coaches choose to post on social media is emberassing

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  5. Big Cat 🐈 says:

    Why all the hate for Theodorou??? Yes he’s different, his fight style different than most but you have to keep in mind he’s fighting at the highest level in the sport!! He’s earned his way there which is not easy at all!! He has a majority of wins vs the best fighters on this planet. Perhaps his awkward style is what gets him these wins In the first place. If great fighters can’t solve his puzzle and whoop his ass, I’d say that there is something super respectable and talented about that! I’m not a fan of how he fights but I truly do admire his ability to shut out some of the best fighters on earth down. Especially when you think he’s gonna get smashed.

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