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UFC on FX 4 Results: Gray Maynard outlasts Clay Guida for Split Decision win

It’s a weekend packed with MMA goodness including the return of Bellator, a ONE FC event, and back-to-back shows from the UFC!

Things kick off tonight with UFC on FX 4, a card headlined by what should be a terrific tilt between lightweights Clay Guida and Gray Maynard. Each has fought some of the top 155ers in the sport and come out on top, yet both are also entering the Octagon in hopes of avoiding a second-straight loss in an incredibly deep division.

Also scheduled to scrap inside the Octagon, Spencer Fisher-Sam Stout will close out their memorable trilogy while featherweight title-contender Hatsu Hioki will look to lock up his shot at the belt against Ricardo Lamas, plus familiar faces like Matt Brown, Ross Pearson, and Dan Miller are set to take to the infamous eight-sided cage.

Action starts at 5:00 PM EST on Facebook before moving over to Fuel TV an hour later and eventually FX for the featured fights at 9:00 PM EST. As always, Five Ounces of Pain will be tuned in and relaying live results back to readers as they unfold in real time.

You can also join in on the fun with fans in a new chat feature aimed and bringing all corners of the Rebellion MMA network closer together!

Read below for a complete rundown of UFC on FX 4 results:

Ken Stone def. Dustin Pague via Split Decision
Dan Miller def. Ricardo Funch via Submission Round 3 (Guillotine Choke)
Matt Brown def.. Luis Ramos via TKO Round 2 (Strikes)
Chis Camozzi def. Nick Catone via TKO Round 3 (Doctor Stoppage/Cut)
Steven Siler def. Joey Gambino via Submission Round 1 (Guillotine Choke)
Rick Story def. Brock Jardine via Unanimous Decision
Ramsey Nijem def. C.J. Keith via TKO Round 1 (Strikes)
Ricardo Lamas def. Hatsu Hioki via Unanimous Decision
Cub Swanson def. Ross Pearson via TKO Round 2 (Strikes)
Brian Ebersole def. T.J. Waldburger via Unanimous Decision
Sam Stout def. Spencer Fisher via Unanimous Decision
Gray Maynard def. Clay Guida via Split Decision

  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    Zero comments? For shame 5 OZ community. Been a great show tonight!

  • AlphaOmega says:

    As mentioned didn’t get to see the fights, so I had to rely on constantly reloading this page, and twitter.

    Went 2 for 2 on the main card sadly, but went 4 for 6 on all the fights i did predict.

  • Yourdaddydevilandlord says:

    Come on Guida!! Why the Kaleb Starnes impression? I could see wearing Gray out and frustrating him, but you have to pull the damn trigger eventually, Clay!! Props for the Pantera Walk intro though.

  • fanoftna33 says:

    Very good night of fights, Catone got stiffed as he won the first two rounds and just because of a cut he lost the fight. Sucks. Glad to see Miller get a win. Ricardo Lamas made a big splash tonight. My sataillite was freaking out due to the poor weather here so I didnt get to watch the first three main card fights but did see Guida vs aynard, I feel Guida won all day ( condit did the same thing and he won) but nice fight.

  • darth_irritable says:

    Yeah, but didn’t Condit, you know, land some punches?

  • fanoftna33 says:

    Did you see grays face, Guida landed quite a few punches.

  • Creature says:

    Gray’s face wasnt all that bad.. but neither man in the main event tonight landed much of anything. And according to Fightmetric Maynard slightly outstruck Guida, so i dont see how anyone could give that fight to Guida. I think it was just a perfect display of fighting not to lose instead of going out there leaving it all in the octagon like every fighter should.

    Other than that the rest of the fights werent bad, I was shocked by how many hard shots Ross took before he finally went down, he impressed me even in defeat.

  • JabCrossHook says:

    This is how the Diaz Condit fight should’ve been scored. That prolonged running and not engaging should be treated as stalling and fighters should be given warnings.

  • Dr.Stoppage says:

    Tonight Guida wasn’t a carpenter,he was a lady…

  • MMA-LOGIC says:

    6 years!
    6 years since Maynard has finished an opponent.

  • Rece Rock says:

    If Guida had a bit more offense this would have been scored similar to the condit Diaz fight Guida just didn’t have enough offense…. Strangely I’m not mad at him for trying something different

  • stone says:

    I’m glad the judges made the right decision and gave the W to Gray…. That strategy sucks, man… I was ready to see a WAR

  • stone says:

    & why was GM still calling out Frankie Edgar……let it go, man

  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    Seven thumbs down for encouraging you guys to post during a UFC event?!? Time for these little suckers to disappear again. 😉

  • stone says:

    ^^^I think the thumbs down were for calling this a “great event”……it was far from that, buddy

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  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    That post was made before Guida-Maynard.

  • AlphaOmega says:

    Ya Brendhan’s post was just after Cub’s fight.

  • Richard Stabone says:

    6 years since Maynard has finished an opponent.

    On the flipside, Maynard has come much closer to finishing Frankie Edgar than anyone else who’s faced him.

    For Gray, 8 of his last 9 fights have come against Frankie (thrice), Guida, Florian, Nate Diaz, Jim Miller and a prime Huerta. Those are some of the toughest dudes to finish in the entire sport, so while it’s fair to point out his lack of finishes I think once you consider the context it’s not all that surprising or a knock against Maynard. Much more significant to me is that fact he was able to come out of that stretch with a 6-1-1 mark. He remains right near the top of the division, probably one more win from a title shot. Problem is, if Nate is really gonna sit on the sidelines for close to a year waiting for a title shot, that really bogs things down for the other guys like Maynard & Pettis.

  • AlphaOmega says:

    And for Cowboy since they are wanting him to fight Pettis to get into title contention right?

  • AlphaOmega says:

    Not to mention, like I’ve brought up/asked a few times before, what happens if Frankie beats Henderson? Does Henderson get an instant rematch? In all fairness he probably should since Frankie got one. Really it’s the Instant Rematches that’s bogging down LW


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