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“UFC 121: Lesnar vs. Velasquez” Live Results

Once again fans have been spoiled with back-to-back weekends featuring UFC action, as the world’s foremost Mixed Martial Arts promotion rolls into Anaheim for this evening’s highly-anticipated event after entertaining folks across the pond seven days ago with UFC 120. And, once again, will be here providing live results as they unfold in California in an effort to keep you readers up to date on all the happenings!

Coverage of the show will begin approximately at 7:30 PM EST when the first pair of fighters square off. Feel free to join in on the discussion via the comments’ section below the article!

“UFC 121: Lesnar vs. Velasquez” is headlined by the long-awaited bout between heavyweight title-holder Brock Lesnar and undefeated Cain Velasquez. In addition to their main-event clash, the card also features former Strikeforce 185-pound champ Jake Shields making his promotional debut against well-rounded XTreme Couture competitor Martin Kampmann, UFC icon Tito Ortiz attempting to beat former pupil Matt Hamill, Ultimate Fighter Season 1 winner Diego Sanchez facing Paulo Thiago in what should be a barn-burner, and TUF 10 finalist Brendan Schaub taking perhaps the toughest test of his career in the form of Brazilian Gabriel Gonzaga.

In addition to the PPV portion of the show, fans can also tune into Spike at 9:00 PM EST for preliminary action highlighted by Patrick Cote vs. Tom Lawlor, in addition to Ultimate Fighter 11 champion Court McGee returning to the Octagon for the first time since winning the season’s crown this past June.

The full list of “UFC 121: Lesnar vs. Velasquez” live results is as follows:

Jon Madsen def. Gilbert Yvel via TKO Round 1
Chris Camozzi def. Dongi Yang via Split Decision
Sam Stout def. Paul Taylor via Split Decision
Daniel Roberts def. Mike Guymon via Submission Round 1 (Anaconda Choke)
Tom Lawlor def. Patrick Cote via Unanimous Decision
Court McGee def. Ryan Jensen via Submission Round 3 (Arm-Triangle Choke)
Brendan Schaub def. Gabriel Gonzaga via Unanimous Decision
Matt Hamill def. Tito Ortiz via Unanimous Decision
Diego Sanchez def. Paulo Thiago via Unanimous Decision
Jake Shields def. Martin Kampmann via Split Decision
Cain Velasquez def. Brock Lesnar via TKO Round 1

  • Genesis says:

    Not gonna lie, I’m excited.

  • BillyWarhol says:

    I’m taking the Lovely + oh so Talented Lariani in the Main Event!! I was gonna take Brock but I like Lariani’s grappling technique!! Pure Vision* LET’S GET IT ON!!!*********

  • Dufresne says:

    Hell yeah!!! Go Crusher!!!

    Love that guy!

  • Dufresne says:

    Man that submission was sexy! Beautiful roll.

  • Dufresne says:

    Nice background music for the interview…

  • jcash says:

    Wow! Why are these fans booing this Schaub-Gonzaga fight, this is a standup clinic.

  • BillyWarhol says:


  • JollyDV says:

    Hamill is looking good in this one!

  • MCM says:

    I’m not sure if Hamill looked good or Tito just looks that bad.

    Can anyone say Tito v. Chuck III in a retirement match.

  • JollyDV says:

    Gosh I hope not. I see Tito retiring. His magic is gone.

  • Xspur says:

    Is it just me or is Big John looking a lil’ chubby?

  • Dufresne says:

    Shields wins by boring decision? That’s not something you see every day. Oh wait…

  • MCM says:

    Well, I called it at Shields by Split but damn, He didn’t do anything in that fight! Very few takedowns, most were by Kampman, No Sub attempts and it looked like less than a dozen strikes. If there was ever a win by LnP that was it.

  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    For those keeping score at home, 12 of the last 14 UFC PPV bouts have gone to decision. Fortunately I don’t think we have to worry about that in tonight’s main event.

  • MCM says:

    Why does every “Baddest Man on the Planet” have to have an awesome beard?

  • Xspur says:

    Give Shields a break, he was clearly affected by the weight cut. W/O gassing I think he could have finished Kampmann.

  • Dufresne says:

    Holy suit this round is awesome! Cain is winning big though!!!

  • Xspur says:

    O M G
    called it!
    cain ftw!

  • MCM says:


    Congrats Cain and congrats BigDave!

  • Dufresne says:

    BigDave, I believe I owe you an apology. Now if you’ll excuse me, my crow pie is ready.

  • Genesis says:

    Pretty sure Ricco Rodriguez was the first mexican heavyweight champ.

  • MCM says:

    Cain was great tonight, It’s just too bad he’s gonna lose the belt in his first defense against the unstoppable JDS.

  • Xspur says:

    Brock came out like a truck and ran into a Cain Train!

    Kudos to Brock for being a graceful loser, made me a fan.

  • BigDave says:

    My boy Pulled it out! He is in my opinion the best HW I have ever watched in the 10 years I have been fallowing MMA.

    I won’t talk Trash just, I’ll just say I have been a Cain Fan since day one and am glad to see him not only win the fight but do it convincingly.

  • Dachman says:

    Kampman didn’t seem to be in trouble on the ground. He got up a bunch of times. I think Kampman won and Shields is going to get owned by GSP!

  • MCM says:

    I’m not sure that Dana will put Shields in with GSP right away now. After that fight, I think he’s gonna want him to get a dominating win first. Hopefully throw him in with Fitch or maybe even Sanchez after tonight. After watching that pitiful display against Kampman, I can’t see a GSP/Sheilds fight being a very big draw.

  • MCM says:

    Oooh. How ’bout Condit v. Shields? Or Sanchez v. Condit! Even better. I hope Diego stays at WW just cause I think there’s more entertaining fights for him there.

  • gueda says:

    the badest man on the planet after 5 fight! you should say the badest turtule on the planet . what a joke what do you think we are are as fan ..retarded. cain valascez is not bad but he will loose is fist title défense. none of them would stand a chance agains fédor ! i’m tired about all the bullshit from ufc! as a fan i would like to be more respected and no be seen as a retarded money provider. very ordinary card… exept the one with sanchez the rest was very ordinary!

  • CMT says:

    Kampmann won. Shields looked horrible.

  • egad81 says:

    Too many DECISIONS.

    These guys need to start finishing fights.

  • mma.Australia says:

    @ gueda

    What do your perception of reality and your grammar have in common?

    They both could do with some work!

    Mate, the Brock – Cain card was solid, Brock is a bad man, Cain just trained smarter, probably better and has better technique.

    I think we’ll find Cain retains against JDS and beats a Carwin or Mir. Brock can get his title back, but he’s clearly got a big gap to close technique and skills-wise.

    Fedor is good, anyone can lose – well spoken Outlaw and Brock – but your confidence in Fedors ability may be a little eager.


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