UFC 152 Results


TORONTO, Ontario (TheSpread) – UFC 152 took place on Saturday night. Here is a look at who came out on top in the featured bouts.

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The main event, UFC Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones (16-1) defeated Vitor Belfort by submission in the fourth round of their bout. Belfort came in as the heavy underdog, as he is a middleweight that took this fight on short notice. Jones used his wrestling ability early on to get the fight to the ground and bloody up Belfort with elbows. In the fourth round, Jones was able to close out the fight with a kimura that forced the stoppage. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Jones had odds of -925 to win this fight, which means it would take a wager of $925 to pay out an additional $100.

In Saturday’s co-main event, Demetrious Johnson defeated Joseph Benavidez by split decision to become the first UFC Flyweight Champion. Johnson and Benavidez pushed a fast pace for 25 minutes and each had their moments in the fight, but Johnson utilized leg kicks that seemed to throw Benavidez off his game. In the later rounds, Johnson won the grappling battle and scored key takedowns to earn the decision on two of the three judges’ scorecards. Johnson had odds of +220 to win this fight, which means a wager of $100 on Johnson will pay out an additional $220.

For complete results from the main card of UFC 152, see below.

UFC 152 Main Card Results

Jon Jones (-925) def. Vitor Belfort by fourth round submission (0:54)

Demetrious Johnson (+220) def. Joseph Benavidez by split decision

Michael Bisping (-175) def. Brian Stann by unanimous decision

Matt Hamill (-375) def. Roger Hollett by unanimous decision

Cub Swanson (+205) def. Charles Oliveira by first round KO (2:40)

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