UFC on Fuel TV 6, UFC: MacaoThat noise you hear in the background as you settle in to watch the UFC on FUEL TV 6 is the sound of people sleeping. Starting at the outrageous time of 4:40 am on the west coast for the prelims on Facebook, UFC on FUEL TV 6 from Macao will be getting your Saturday started early.

The UFC on FUEL TV 6 main card will begin at 6am PT / 9am ET with a main event featuring middleweight Rich Franklin and Cung Le. The two former champions will have five rounds to decide the victory but chances would seem slim of that happening.

Following the David Mitchell vs. Hyun Gyu Lim preliminary bout being scratched late the UFC on FUEL TV 6 fight card will feature three preliminary bouts on Facebook followed by six main card bouts on FUEL TV.

We will be providing live UFC on FUEL TV 6 results below along with a quick recap of each fight as they happen. Enjoy the fights!


Riki Fukuda defeated Tom DeBlass by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

  • Fukuda just wore Deblass down in this fight. Started with some takedowns in round one, used the striking in round two and then closed things with going back to the takedown.

John Lineker defeated Yasuhiro Urushitani by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)

  • Once Lineker found his range and tasted the power or lack there of from Urushitani it was all the Brazilian.

Alex Caceres defeated Motonobu Tezukaby by Split Decision (28-29, 30-27, 30-27)

  • Caceres started out slow and Tezukaby scored a few early takedowns but as the fight went on it was all Caceres. Not sure where the split decision came from though, maybe it was added up wrong.


Takeya Mizugaki defeated Jeff Hougland by Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-27, 30-27)

  • All Mizugaki for all 15 minutes and the only thing he couldn’t do was finish Hougland. Dominate showing from Mizugaki as he gets back in the win column.

Jon Tuck defeated Tiequan Zhang by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)

  • Very entertaining fight, back a forth grappling early on turned to wild striking in round three. Tuck got the better of things though and made a successful Octagon debut.

Takanori Gomi defeated Mac Danzig by Split Decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

  • Another decision but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good fight. Gomi looked really good, maybe even the best ever inside the Octagon with confident striking and solid ground work. Danzig was game though and had Gomi in some tough spots on the ground but was unable to make him in the striking.

Dong Hyum Kim defeated Paulo Thiago by Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)

  • Kim was all over Thiago for 15 minutes and to call him a blanket would be a understatement. Big win for Kim after the injury in his last fight.

Thiago Silva defeated Stanislav Nedkov by 3rd rd. Submission (arm triangle)

  • Finally a finish! Nedkov was in complete control of the fight for two rounds and even dropped Silva late in round two but apparently took the tank passed empty in an attempt to finish the fight. In round three Nedkov had nothing left and was throwing the same head down over hand right and Silva knew it and timed it for the finish. Much needed win by Silva to hand Nedkov his first career defeat.

Cung Le defeated Rich Franklin by 1st rd. KO

  • Le landed a right counter to the jaw of the former champion and Franklin crumbled. Prior to that Franklin was landing some good combos but Le caught him flush for the night’s only knockout.

If you couldn’t get up early enough to watch the fights live, FUEL TV will replay the UFC on FUEL TV 6 main card at 4pm PT / 7pm ET.

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