88.7
KO (Punches)
1:08
      These guys traded some random strikes, Johnson got sloppy and started throwing wild punches a minute into the opening round while rushing forward, Kongo sort of smushed Johnson's face with a right hand that barely looked like it connected at all, Johnson collapsed, Kongo punched him a few more times on the ground, and Johnson was out. That was a nice win for Kongo.
88.1
Decision
15:00
      Johnson threw some big punches, Golm clinched, Johnson continued to work his dirty boxing from inside the clinch, and then Golm pressed him against the fence. They eventually split up, traded a few more strikes, and then Johnson clinched and pressed Golm against the fence, and just held him there for a while. Golm took control of the clinch with 90 seconds left in the round, they both landed a few strikes inside the clinch, and then Johnson's right eye started bleeding all over the place. I'm assuming the first round will go to Johnson, based on outweighing Golm.
     The second round had both guys winging massive shots at each other, they both landed some hard shots, and we were left with another dirty looking round, with both guys clinching a lot, both guys landing shots, both guys absorbing a decent amount of damage, etc... I would probably give Golm the striking advantage in the second round though, so I have this fight all tied up going into the final round.
     The final round had both guys hopping around, trading shots, with Golm working his kicks, and Johnson was throwing some big combinations. Johnson also spent some time pressing Golm against the fence, basically trying the "outweigh him" strategy again. They reset with 2 minutes left in the fight, and went back to trading strikes. Johnson clinched again, and finished the round pressing Golm against the fence again. All 3 judges gave the decision victory to Tim Johnson.
88.8
TKO (Punches)
2:51
      Timothy Johnson came out swinging, and pressured Albini quite a bit with some clinching against the fence. Albini was able to create some distance though, and they turned it into a big heavyweight boxing match. Albini dropped Johnson with some punches with around 2 minutes remaining in the opening round, he pounded on his face with some hammerfists, and the referee stepped in to stop the fight. That was a solid UFC debut by Junior Albini.
85.2
Decision (Split)
15:00
      This fight started with some sloppy strikes being thrown both ways, but it quickly turned into another clinchfest, with Johnson pressing Omielanczuk against the fence for most of the first round. The referee eventually split them up and tried to reset them, but Johnson just went back to clinching almost immediately. Round one goes to Johnson I guess, based on clinch control.
     Johnson threw some big sloppy strikes to start the second round, and then quickly turned the fight into another battle from inside the clinch, as he pressed all of his weight against Omielanczuk to keep him pinned against the fence. Omielanczuk was able to break free eventually, but only long enough to have Johnson press him against the fence again for some more clinching. Johnson is winning this fight, but this has been a pretty lame fight so far.
     The final round started with Johnson pressing Omielanczuk against the fence almost immediately. Omielanczuk spun him around and tried to take down Johnson, but failed, so the referee split them up and reset them back in the center of the cage. A few punches were thrown, and then Johnson pressed Omielanczuk against the fence for the rest of the round. That was a shitty fight. Congrats to Johnson for the split-decision victory. I have no idea how one judge can justify scoring the fight for Omielanczuk, but whatever. Neither fighter deserves to fight in the UFC at this point.
87.9
Decision (Split)
15:00
      Johnson started this fight with some heavy punches, and Volkov fired back with a massive knee to the body. Volkov fired off some heavy punches, and rocked Johnson all the way back to the fence. Volkov scored a takedown, and then unloaded some big punches as Johnson was trying to stand back up. Johnson fired off a massive uppercut out of nowhere, and Volkov hit the canvas like a sack of bricks. Johnson continued to pound on him with big heavy punches, Volkov looked like he was in some serious trouble, and Johnson still had half a round to work. Volkov eventually worked his way back to his feet, and rushed forward with some strikes to finish the round. Johnson's nose was bleeding like crazy for some reason. Round one still goes to Johnson for the near finish.
     Johnson plunged forward like a tank in the second round, looking to take Volkov's head off, but he wasn't able to connect clean enough with that attack. They clinched, and Volkov took control against the fence. Johnson yanked Volkov's ankle out from under him, scoring a takedown, but Volkov popped right back up. Johnson lunged forward with some big punches again, but Volkov avoided that attack as well. The fight slowed down to a snail's pace by the end of the round. I still have Johnson ahead 2-0 going into the final round.
     Volkov landed some big kicks in the final round, and sort of took down Johnson, but he popped right back up against the fence. They continued to trade big sloppy strikes for the rest of the round, as tons of sweat was flying everywhere, but not a lot of damage was being dealt in either direction. Johnson shot for a final takedown with 45 seconds left in the round, and spent that entire time trying to take Volkov to the ground, to no avail. That round was kind of close, but Johnson should pretty clearly win this fight at least 29-28. The judges smoked a little crack, and gave the fight to Volkov via split-decision.
87.2
Decision
15:00
      Here we have a couple of massive heavyweights, with Tybura making his UFC debut. Tybura is supposed to be a great submission fighter, but this fight was mostly just a sloppy brawl, with both guys winging big punches, and bleeding all over each other. Timothy Johnson pretty clearly won this fight in my opinion, but it was an ugly fight, and I don't think it really did either fighter any favors as far as future title contention is concerned. To be honest, I'm not really clear on why these guys weren't buried on the Fight Pass Prelims. All 3 judges agreed, giving Timothy Johnson the unanimous decision victory, 29-28 across the board.
88.9
Decision
15:00
      This fight started with both guys clinching, and Johnson surprisingly took Rosholt to the ground, sort of, but it didn't take him long to get back to his feet. There was a decent little scramble, where Rosholt took Johnson to the ground, went straight into the full mount, started looking for an arm-triangle choke, but Johnson was defending with a guillotine? Rosholt eventually got side control, and pinned Johnson up against the cage, where he hit him with some heavy shots, but Johnson was saved by the bell before anything significant happened. Hahaha... Between rounds, Rosholt's corner broke a bag of ice, which poured out next to Rosholt's stool. Luckily, Joe Rogan wasn't a commentator tonight, otherwise he would have ripped them a new asshole. The second round started with Johnson swinging for the fences, but Rosholt was able to get him back under control in the clinch, where they traded positions a few times. Shit got boring for a few minutes, but shit eventually got wild, with Rosholt slipping, and Johnson tried to attack him, putting all 265 pounds on the back of Rosholt, but Rosholt was able to get him to slip off his head, leaving Rosholt in top position. Rosholt went for an Americana, and I thought he was going to finish the fight with that, but Johnson somehow survived, so Rosholt just finished the round beating up Johnson on the ground. The third round started with Johnson throwing bombs, and maybe even rocking Rosholt, but Rosholt went back to the clinch, with every intention of grinding out a decision. So yeah, I'm getting pretty sick of this heavyweight division. There are maybe 10 guys that I get excited to watch, but everyone outside of the Top 10, makes it almost painful to watch, especially when the fights last all 3 rounds. Johnson really turned it up at the end of this fight, nearly knocking out Rosholt with some big looping punches, but then instead of finishing, he took Rosholt back to the ground, giving him time to recover. So in the end, I scored this fight 29-28 for Rosholt, and I think most people would probably agree with that decision.
87.2
TKO (Punches)
4:57
      Who? vs. who? Here we have a couple of massive heavyweights, battling it out, with Abdurahimov losing a point in the first round by grabbing the fence multiple times. He also ended up losing the fight in the first round, by getting taken to the ground, and punched in the face repeatedly, with Johnson finishing the fight with only a couple of seconds left in the first round.