(Head Kick)
     The first round had both guys trading hard punches & kicks, while mostly just trying to get a feel for the range. The first round could go either way. The second round was another round where both guys were trading hard punches & kicks, with Erosa looking slightly more aggressive (but Arce was landing some solid counters), so that round could go either way as well. The scorecards don't matter though, because 2 minutes into the final round, Arce threw a head kick that knocked Erosa the fuck out. That was a solid performance by both guys, especially Arce. Erosa is now on a 3-Fight losing streak though. Does that mean he's done in the UFC?
Decision (Split)
      These guys bounced around for 45 seconds or so, and then Moraes dropped Arce 45 seconds into the opening round. Arce sort of rolled for a leg lock or something, but Moraes just squashed him, and continued to punch him on the ground. They reset back on their feet 90 seconds into the round. Arce jumped up and took the back of Moraes with 2 minutes left in the round, and basically did the backpack thing against the fence for a while, as Moraes continued to just stand there, carrying Arce's weight. Round one goes to Arce based on all of that back control.
     Arce started the second round with a quick takedown, but he couldn't hold Moraes down at all. Moraes controlled the clinch, and he opened up a bad cut on the forehead of Arce, which caused a red waterfall to pour down both of their faces as they clinched, but it was all coming from Arce's head. They split up 90 seconds into the round, and started boxing with each other. Moraes dropped Arce with a hard straight right hand with a minute left, and he tried to finish him, but Arce did a good job flopping around to show he was still awake. You could argue that was a 10-8 round for Moraes, based partially on the amount of blood pouring from Arce.
     Arce spent most of the final round beating up Moraes while chasing him around the cage. The first round goes to Arce, the second round CLEARLY goes to Moraes, and the third round should go to Arce, so... Arce should probably win this fight? Unless you score the second round 10-8 for Moraes, in which case, this would be a draw? The judges were split, with two judges giving the split-decision victory to Sheymon Moraes, and one judge scored it 30-26 for Moraes, which was a horrible scorecard.
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
      The first round had Arce walking down Teymur, while picking him apart with some random strikes. Teymur threw a few decent shots, but for the most part, he just looked like a short punching bag, as Arce bounced him around the cage with single punches. The second round started the same way, so Teymur decided to shoot for a takedown, pressing Arce against the fence into a clinching position, but Arce took control of the clinch, and broke free a few seconds later. Arce had a 20-18 lead going into the final round, but Teymur made the second round more competitive at least. The final round started the same way, until Teymur threw a leg kick, Arce caught it, knocked him down, quickly took Teymur's back, locked on the body triangle, followed by a rear-naked choke, and he finished the fight by submission with around 2 minutes left. That was a decent win for Julio Arce.
      Ige caught a kick and tried to take down Arce early, but he wans't able to get him to the ground. He caught another kick 2 minutes into the round, and tried the takedown again, and sort of took down Arce, but he immediately stood up again. Ige kept shooting for those takedowns, and wasn't really making any progress, and then Arce spent the final 90 seconds of the round, beating up Ige with punches while the circled around each other. I'm giving that round to Arce, based on his striking, and his wrestling defense.
     The second round was more of the same, with Ige shooting for takedowns, and Arce stuffing his shots. Ige landed a few decent strikes of his own, but for the most part, Arce seems to have the ability to keep this fight where he wants it, while Ige is failing to take control. The final round was the same story, leading to what should at least be a 29-28 decision for Arce, if not 30-27. I wasn't really that impressed with either fighter though to be honest. All 3 judges agreed with me, giving Arce the unanimous decision victory.
TKO (Punches)
      These guys traded a few strikes, they clinched for a while, they split up, traded a few more strikes, and Petties clinched with Arce's back 3 minutes into the round, and pressed him against the fence, but he wasn't able to take him down. Arce broke free, and blasted Petties in the chin with a series of hard punches late in the round. Petties probably won that round, but Arce finished the round strong, and he seemed pissed in between rounds.
     Arce came out more aggressively in the second round, and he blasted Petties with some brutal punch combinations as he pinned him against the fence a minute into the round. Arce unloaded with some violent combinations, he nearly knocked his head off, and SOMEHOW Petties was able to stay on his feet. Petties tried to throw a punch, and then he randomly collapsed. I'm not sure if his ankle went out, or if he was more rocked than he realized, or what, but he's in some serious trouble at the halfway point. Arce continued to destroy him with knees to the body on the ground, Petties tried to stand up, Arce continued to destroy him with big punches, and the referee finally stopped the fight. That was a fantastic performance by Julio Arce, and he definitely deserves a contract after his performance in that second round.