86.8
Decision
15:00
     Wieczorek scored a takedown 45 seconds into the opening round, and then Lima wrestled his way into top control a minute later. With 20 seconds left in the round, Lima finally threw some big punches. Round one clearly goes to Lima, but most of the round consisted of just laying on top of each other. I'm not a big fan of either fighter yet.
     Lima started the second round with some hard leg kicks, and then he tried to take Wieczorek down, but Wieczorek did a good job stuffing the shot against the fence. This fight was pretty slow paced, but Lima was consistently moving forward, and chipping away with big punches & leg kicks, and then they'd clinch and rest for a while, with Lima pushing Wieczorek against the fence. Lima is ahead 20-18 going into the final round.
     They clinched to start the final round, and then Lima threw Wieczorek to the ground a minute into the round, landing in side control. He passed to mount 2 minutes into the round, and then Wieczorek quickly scrambled back to his feet. Wieczorek threw a head kick, and then fell down, and Lima jumped back into his guard. The referee reset them with 90 seconds left in the round. Wieczorek threw a few strikes, but didn't have anything behind them. Lima scored a final takedown with a minute left, and finished the fight on top. This was an obvious 30-27 unanimous decision victory for the underdog, Marcos Rogerio de Lima.
88.0
Submission (Omoplata)
6:59
      Wieczorek threw some leg kicks, Bhullar plowed forward with some punches, and then scored a takedown 20 seconds into the opening round, landing inside Wieczorek's guard. Bhullar pressed Wieczorek into the fence, and started working some basic old school ground & pound. The referee stood them up with 45 seconds left in the round, and they both decided to coast until the end of the round. Round one goes to Bhullar based on his top control.
     The second round started with Wieczorek pumping some jabs, Bhullar blasted him in the jaw, clinched, and pressed Wieczorek against the fence. Bhullar picked up Wieczorek and dumped him to the ground 90 seconds into the round, landing back inside his guard, Wieczorek slapped on an omoplata, and finished the fight by submission as Bhullar was screaming from the damage done to his shoulder. That was a big win for Wieczorek, as he's the first fighter to beat Arjan Bhullar.
84.6
Decision
15:00
     These guys traded a few jabs, and then Hamilton clinched, pressed Wieczorek against the fence, and then took him down a minute into the opening round. Hamilton beat him up with some basic ground & pound for a couple of minutes, but didn't really land much of anything significant. He stood up for a few seconds, Wieczorek stayed on the ground, so Hamilton jumped on him again, and went back to the grind. They finally stood back up with 50 seconds left in the round, but neither fighter did anything on the feet. Round one goes to Hamilton based on top control.
     They both looked sloppy at the start of the second round, and Wieczorek dropped Hamilton with an awkward head kick, and then pinned him down with an awkward looking half mount. Wieczorek basically just smothered Hamilton for a couple of minutes, and then Hamilton scrambled back to his feet halfway through the round. They clinched for a while, and then Hamilton took down Wieczorek with a body lock, and pressed him against the fence, but nothing really happened. I guess I would score that round for Wieczorek? This fight is kind of lame so far, but it's probably all tied up going into the final round.
     Hamilton clinched 45 seconds into the final round, and pressed Wieczorek against the fence for some basic stalling. The rest of the round basically just consisted of Hamilton hugging Wieczorek against the fence. I guess congrats to Hamilton for the 29-28 decision? BUT... This dude needs to be fired. That was a terrible UFC debut for Wieczorek, and as far as Hamilton is concerned, this is no way to secure your job, after a 3-Fight losing streak. HAHAHA... Wait a minute... What the fuck? I guess the judges gave the unanimous decision to Wieczorek. That's a bit silly. Congrats to him for a terrible win I guess, and yeah, Hamilton is now on a 4-Fight losing streak. Goodbye.