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UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva Results

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With the UFC women’s bantamweight title vacant after the retirement of Amanda Nunes, a new Brazilian contender emerged in the UFC Fight Night main event at the APEX, with Mayra Bueno Silva stunning Holly Holm. Also in action was rising star Jack Della Maddalena, who got a tough scrap out of Octagon newcomer Bassil Hafez. | Official Scorecards

UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva Results

  • Mayra Bueno Silva defeats Holly Holm via submission (guillotine choke) at :38 of the second round
  • Jack Della Maddalena defeats Bassil Hafez via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)
  • Francisco Prado defeats Ottman Azaitar via TKO (strikes) at 4:05 of the first round.
  • ]Junyong Park defeats Albert Duraev via submission (rear naked choke) at 4:45 of the second round
  • Norma Dumont defeats Chelsea Chandler via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Nazim Sadykhov defeats Terrance McKinney via submission (rear naked choke) at 1:07 of the second round
  • Melsik Baghdasaryan defeats Tucker Lutz via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Viktoriia Dudakova defeats Istela Nunes via TKO (injury) at :34 of the first round
  • Melquizael Costa defeats Austin Lingo via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Evan Elder defeats Genaro Valdez via unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Azat Maksum defeats Tyson Nam via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)
  • Alexander Munoz defeats Carl Deaton via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Ailin Perez defeats Ashlee Evans-Smith via unanimous decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-26)
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UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva Prelim Fight Results 

Ailin Perez defeats Ashlee Evans-Smith via unanimous decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-26)

Ailin Perez used a record-setting takedown attack to ground and pound Ashlee Evans-Smith for three rounds and take a shutout unanimous decision in the bantamweight opener.

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    Scores were 30-25, 30-25 and 30-26 for Perez, now 8-2. Evans-Smith, fighting for the first time since 2020, falls to 6-6.

    Perez used a hard combination upstairs to set up a takedown in the opening minute of the fight, and a series of strikes followed. Evans-Smith made it upright briefly, but was grounded again, with Perez giving her no room to breathe. There was more of the same in the second and third rounds, with Evans-Smith having no answers for the Argentina native’s wrestling attack. | Official Scorecards

     

    Alexander Munoz defeats Carl Deaton via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 29-28)

    In lightweight action, Alexander Munoz earned his first UFC victory, defeating Carl Deaton via unanimous decision.

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    Scores were 30-26, 30-27 and 29-28 for Munoz, now 7-2. Deaton falls to 17-7 with 2 NC.

    The lightweights were throwing hammers from the start, with Munoz cracking Deaton with an elbow that drew blood in the second minute of the first round. Deaton avoided Munoz’s attempts to get the fight to the mat and landed some hard shots of his own, keeping the fight level.

    The action remained close and on the feet in the second, Deaton holding a slight edge with his activity, but early in the third, Munoz opened things up by dropping his opponent and following up with a series of hard strikes. A bloodied Deaton weathered the initial attack, but Munoz kept the pressure on and was able to stifle the Michigan native’s offense until the final horn.| Official Scorecards

    Azat Maksum defeats Tyson Nam via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)

    Debuting flyweight prospect Azat Maksum showed no signs of the first time UFC jitters in delivering a hard-fought split decision win over Tyson Nam.

    Scores were 29-28, 29-28 and 28-29 in favor of Maksum.

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    Azat Maksum Post-Fight Interview | UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva
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    Keeping it standing for much of the bout, Maksum and Nam put on an impressive tactical display for 15 minutes, with each man having their moments, but the more substantial moments were delivered by Kazakhstan’s Maksum, who improves to 17-0 as a pro. The veteran Nam falls to 21-14-1. | Official Scorecards

    Evan Elder defeats Genaro Valdez via unanimous decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-28)

    Expected to bring the heat for three rounds, lightweight prospects Evan Elder and Genaro Valdez did just that, with Elder pounding out a unanimous decision victory.

    Scores were 30-26, 29-28 and 29-28 for Elder, now 8-2. Valdez falls to 10-3.

    A right hand by Elder scored a flash knockdown in the opening 20 seconds and Valdez had to call on his experience to escape the ensuing guillotine choke, but the pair fought on fairly even terms throughout the rest of the frame.

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    Evan Elder Post-Fight Interview | UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva
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    Elder got another quick knockdown to start the second stanza, but a beautiful right hand from Valdez just before the two-minute mark evened the score, hurting and dropping the Florida product. An inadvertent eye poke by Elder brought a momentary halt to the action, but when the fight continues, the pair each had success with power shots in a back-and-forth frame.

    In the third, Elder began to pull away, but Valdez never stopped throwing, giving the fans plenty of compelling exchanges over the final five minutes. | Official Scorecards

    Melquizael Costa defeats Austin Lingo via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)

    Melquizael Costa made his first UFC start as a featherweight and was impressive in shutting out Austin Lingo over three rounds.

    Scores were 30-26, 30-27, 30-27 for Costa, now 20-6. Lingo falls to 9-3.

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    Melquizael Costa Post-Fight Interview | UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva
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    Costa set a fast pace to start and he was landing with practically everything he threw, clearly hurting Lingo with body kicks. Lingo gamely kept moving forward, but Costa was undeterred from his attack, which saw him land over 50 significant strikes.

    The ultra-tough Lingo stayed in the fight over the next two rounds but was unable to stop the assault of the Brazilian, who kept busy en route to a lopsided decision win. | Official Scorecards

    Viktoriia Dudakova defeats Istela Nunes via TKO (injury) at :34 of the first round

    An unfortunate injury ended the strawweight bout between Viktoriia Dudakova and Istela Nunes, with Dudakova winning via first-round TKO.

    After a fast start on the feet, Dudakova shot in for a takedown, but as Nunes fell to the canvas, she landed awkwardly on her arm, apparently dislocating her left elbow. The time of the TKO stoppage was 34 seconds.

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    Dudakova improves to 7-0 with the win. Nunes falls to 6-5 with 1 NC. | Official Scorecards

    Melsik Baghdasaryan defeats Tucker Lutz via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

    In the featured prelim at 145 pounds, Melsik Baghdasaryan defeated Tucker Lutz via unanimous decision. 

    Scores were 29-28 across the board for Baghdasaryan, now 8-2. Lutz falls to 12-4.

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    After a first round in which he was largely controlled in the grappling exchanges, Baghdasaryan got off to a better start in the second thanks to a stiff left hand that wobbled Lutz for a spell. A low shot by Baghdasaryan brought a brief halt to the fight, and when it resumed, the Armenian prospect continued to land, his fast hands and feet forcing Lutz to look for another takedown, which he got in the final minute.

    An eye poke by Baghdasaryan forced another halt to the action as round three commenced, and while Lutz subsequently had plenty of control time against the fence, “The Gun” was the one doing the scoring when he had space to fire off his strikes.

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    UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva Main Card Fight Results 

    Nazim Sadykhov defeats Terrance McKinney via submission (rear naked choke) at 1:07 of the second round

    In a clash of lightweight prospects, Nazim Sadykhov submitted Terrance McKinney via rear naked choke in the second round.

    McKinney (13-6) got the fight to the mat in the opening minute and locked in a body triangle as he looked for a choke. Sadykhov defended well but wasn’t able to escape and get some offense going until the final minute.

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    Sadykhov (9-1) turned everything around in the second, and after the fight went to the mat, he took the dominant position and sunk in a rear naked choke that forced McKinney to tap out at the 1:07 mark. | Official Scorecards

    Norma Dumont defeats Chelsea Chandler via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

    Norma Dumont turned in a complete effort in her featherweight bout against Chelsea Chandler, shutting her foe out over three rounds.

    Scores were 30-27 across the board for Dumont, now 10-2. Chandler falls to 5-2.

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    Dumont rocked Chandler in the opening minute of the fight, and the Californian turned and run across the Octagon to get her bearings back. After a brief clinch, Chandler had cleared her head and fired off a combination to let Dumont know that she was still there. With under two minutes to go, the fight went to the mat, Dumont in control from the top until the horn.

    Chandler aggressively stalked Dumont in the second, only to get tagged by crisp counters from Dumont, who then made her pay with another takedown, with the subsequent ground control putting another round in the Brazilian’s bank.

    Chandler got a brief takedown of her own to start the third round and then did some good work at close range. Dumont responded with a thudding takedown, and while Chandler tried to find a submission from her back, she wasn’t able to pull off the comeback. | Official Scorecards

    Junyong Park defeats Albert Duraev via submission (rear naked choke) at 4:45 of the second round

    Surging Junyong Park may have earned himself a place in the middleweight Top 15 after an impressive second-round submission of Albert Duraev.

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    The pace was high in the first round, with both fighters showing the wear of battle on their face by the end of the frame. And while Duraev landed the more telling blows, a late guillotine attempt by Park nearly ended the fight in the closing seconds.

    Duraev tried to implement his grappling game in the second, but Park wasn’t having it, and once the two were standing, it was clear that “The Iron Turtle” was wearing his foe down. A knockdown followed from the South Korean, who tried to lock in the rear naked choke, and in the final minute, he got it, forcing a tap out at 4:45 of round two.

    Park moves to 17-5 with the win. Duraev falls to 16-5. | Official Scorecards

    Francisco Prado defeats Ottman Azaitar via TKO (strikes) at 4:05 of the first round.

    Argentina’s Francisco Prado picked up his first UFC victory, stopping Ottman Azaitar in the first round of their lightweight bout.

    Both finishers were seeking an early night, and each got their shots in, but a spinning back elbow by Prado rocked and dropped Azaitar, and after a barrage of ground strikes, referee Chris Tognoni halted the fight at 4:05 of the opening frame.

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    Prado moves to 12-1. Azaitar falls to 13-2. | Official Scorecards

    Co-Main Event: Jack Della Maddalena defeats Bassil Hafez via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29)

    Short notice newcomer Bassil Hafez gave welterweight contender Jack Della Maddalena a scare in their exciting co-main event battle before the Australia native eked out a three-round split decision victory.

    Scores were 29-28, 29-28 and 28-29 for the No. 14-ranked Della Maddalena, now 15-2. Hafez fell to 8-4-1.

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    Hafez rushed to the middle of the Octagon and took Della Maddalena down. The Aussie took his time and got back to his feet, but Hafez stayed locked on before the two broke with a little over three minutes remaining. A heated exchange followed before another Hafez takedown. After rising, there were more exchanges and more takedown attempts from the newcomer, who logged an impressive first round.

    Hafez continued to push a fast pace in the second round, and he held his own on the feet when Della Maddalena turned back his takedown attempts. Yet as the round progressed, Hafez began to tire, and Della Maddalena fired off body shots to make things worse for the Philadelphia native. When the fight went back to the mat, Hafez regained control and may have stolen the round.

    Two minutes into the final round, Della Maddalena wobbled Hafez briefly, and the Aussie tried to pick his shots and get his opponent out of there, but the newcomer hung tough and tried to get a takedown. With under two minutes left, the fight returned to the canvas, Della Maddalena in complete control for a spell before Hafez got into the top position. With 40 seconds left, the two rose and Hafez shot for another takedown, the two tumbling to the mat in the closing seconds. | Official Scorecards

    Main Event: Mayra Bueno Silva defeats Holly Holm via submission (guillotine choke) at :38 of the second round

    In the bantamweight main event at the UFC APEX, Mayra Bueno Silva scored the biggest win of her career as she submitted former champion Holly Holm via second-round submission.

     

    Holm started out aggressively, firing off strikes until pinning Bueno Silva to the fence until the two-minute mark. Back at distance, Holm landed well before another clinch. In the final minute, Bueno Silva finally began finding her range with some hard shots, but Holm was able to nullify her opponent’s attacks with the timely clinch work.

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    Early in round two, Bueno Silva was still throwing heat, but this time, when Holm clinched, the Brazilian locked in a tight guillotine choke, forcing a tap out at :38 of the second stanza.

    With the win, the No.10-ranked Bueno Silva improves to 11-2-1. The No.3-ranked Holm falls to 15-7. | Official Scorecards

    UFC Fight Night: Holm vs Bueno Silva took place live from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 15, 2023. See the Final Results, Official Scorecards and Who Won Bonuses - and relive the action on UFC Fight Pass!