Sorry that this is so late.
Round 1: lots of strikes by Brimage, Hettes kept backing up rather than circling out. 10-9 Brimage
Round 2: Hettes controlled Brimage on the ground and threatened with subs. 10-9 Hettes
Round 3: Hettes controlled the centre of the octagon but didn't do much offensively. Brimage landed the better strikes. 10 - 9 Brimage
Result: 29 - 28, the judges seemed to agree.
Hettes was clearly the superior grappler but he needs to be more active standing if he can't get the fight to the ground.
Round 1: Benoist came out firing but Pierson hurt him with a left hand and controled him for most of the remaining time in the round. However, Benoist did threaten with submissions in the middle of the round. 10 - 9 Pierson
Round 2: Benoist was a little gun shy, but landed a big leg kick. Pierson countered a take down and generally controlled the action. A very close 10 - 9 for Pierson
Round 3: Benoist hurt Pierson late in the round and beat him up on the ground, but Pierson defended well and made it through. 10 -9 Benoist, but Pierson did enough to avoid the 10 - 8.
Result: 29 - 28 the judges seemed to agree.
Round 1: Exciting first round of wild exchanges. As the round progressed I think Grant won more of the exchanges. 10 - 9 Grant
Round 2: More of the same with wild exchanges and Grant controlling the centre of the octagon. Grand opened a nasty cut on Dunham’s forehead. Grants knees are the story of the round (and the fight) as he landed many (mostly grazing) throughout the round. 10 - 9 Grant
Round 3: Dunham had half a jar of Vaseline keeping his cut covered. The round started with another crazy exchange that knocks about three cups of Vaseline off of Dunham's face. Grant and Dunham both look tired but Dunham less so. Fight ends with both fighters covered in Dunham’s blood. 10 - 9 Dunham
Result: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27 for TJ Grant (I had it 29 - 28)
Vinny Magalhaes vs Igor Pokrajac
Round 1: Magalesh threatened with a variety of arm bar attempts but Pokrajac managed to escape.
Round 2: Pokrajac went for a takedown (for reasons that remain unclear to me) and is fairly promptly submitted via arm bar.
Round 1: Swanson landed a big left to the body followed by a huge right hand that KO'd Oliveira.
Round 1, 2 and 3: Hamill wins by decision in what (in my opinion) was less of a fight and more of a particularly aggressive nap.
Round 1: There was some work along the cage and back & forth single shot striking. Stann and Bisping traded cup shots and the round ended with Stann landing a huge right on Bisping that reminded me of Henderson's shot at UFC 100. 10 - 9 Stann
Round 2: Bisping lands takedowns but does little with them. 10 - 9 Bisping
Round 3: Quickly summed up as round 2, 2. 10 - 9 Bisping
Result: 29 – 28 Bisping, judges agree
OK I’m going to be honest with you; I didn’t watch most of this fight. I thought it should have been between Benavidez and Ian McCall months ago. Plus I’m not a huge fan of the flyweight (or bantamweight for that matter) divisions. Johnson won by split decisions after 25 minutes of frantic flailing all over the octagon.
Round 1, 2, 3: Jones was as dominant as ever landing strikes at will. His side kicks to Belfort's legs is kept the Phenom at bay. Belfort oddly pulled guard multiple times throughout the fight.
Round 4: More of the same until Jones gets sidecontrol and quickly locks in a shoulder lock for the win.