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LAS VEGAS – MMA Junkie is on stage and reporting live from UFC on Saturday on the ESPN 12 event, and you can join us for live matches and official results.

The event takes place at UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The card is broadcast on ESPN and broadcasts on ESPN +.

Former acting lightweight champion Dustin Poirier (25-6 MMA, 17-5 UFC) meets Dan Hooker (20-8 MMA, 10-4 UFC) in the main event. In co-functionality, Mickey Gall (6-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) faces Mike Perry (13-6 MMA, 6-6 UFC) in the welterweight.

To discuss the show, be sure to check out our UFC 250 discussion thread. You can also get behind the scenes coverage and other event notes from on-site reporter Ken Hathaway (@kenshathaway) on Twitter.

Enjoy the fights, everyone.

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Current fight

Round 1 – Worthy opens with a leg kick. Pena throws a kick. Digne responds with another kick – and another. It has been blow for blow so far. Pena takes an outside kick. Digne launches a difficult combination. Right lands for Worthy. Pena steps in and out of the pocket, using her length. Digne connects with another right upside down, then explodes Pena’s body. Interesting charges with a combination. Pena leaves the path and shoots for a dismantling. Worthy throws a combination, which is missing. He has fun there, offering Pena a smile and a high-five. A body kick lands for Worthy, who was a borderline shot. Worthy misses a right hand, but he continues with a hard kick. Pena-worthy punches in the middle section. A jumpsuit lands for Worthy. He is constantly charged at Pena with very little defense. So far, it has worked. The horn sounds. 10-9 Worthy.

Round 2 – After a brief feeling process, Pena obtains a withdrawal. It is already in lateral control. Pena looks around for advice. Apparently, he received good advice because he jumps directly into the mount. Pena works for an arm triangle but abandons it. After planting on the ground, Pena tilts backwards and seeks a constriction in the rear. Worthy defends and Pena is back in the rear mounting position. Again, Pena pulls Worthy back to the carpet. Pena puts a pair of elbows on. Digne complains to referee Mark Smith, saying that Pena hit him on the back of the head. Smith tells him to fight. Pena has the body triangle locked. There are two minutes left in the round. Pena isolates Worthy’s left arm. Worthy punches back, hitting Pena’s face. The strikes trigger a successful reversal. Digne is now at the top, in Pena’s guard. Pena tries a shoulder blade, which he uses to get up. The fighters are only standing for a brief moment. Pena shoots and gets another dismount. In lateral control, Pena threatens a Von Flue strangulation. Digne reverses and finds itself at the top. The tour ends. 19-19.

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Luis Pena (8-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC), Khama Worthy (15-6 MMA, 1-0 UFC)
Division: Lightweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Mark Smith
Judge:

Results

Round 1 – A touch of gloves and we are on our way to this journey of 10 fights through the UFC on ESPN 12. Zalal aiming at the leg with a few kicks at the start. Griffin, who gained weight twice in two weeks before this fight, is calm and calm. He dives for Zalal’s legs. Zalal defends the withdrawal and Griffin now has his back, standing against the cage. Finally, they separate. Griffin finishes a jumpsuit with a nice high kick. Zalal responds with a jumpsuit followed by a jumping knee. Now it’s Zalal who is pushing Griffin against the fence. Zalal gets tired, but can’t take Griffin down. Griffin reverses and shoots down Zalal. He jumps briefly on Zalal’s back, but the horn sounds. 10-9 Griffin.

Round 2 – Early, Zalal throws the knee jumping over and over. He’s much more aggressive here in the second. He puts a shot on Griffin, visibly injured by the blow. Griffin shoots for disassembly, apparently out of desperation. Zalal puts a series of punches on the side of Griffin’s head. Griffin continues to fight for withdrawal and finishes it. Zalal climbs and Griffin jumps on his back – the backpack position. Zalal ends up making Griffin work on his back, but Griffin brings him back to the mat. Zalal scrambles and reverses Griffin. The two fighters get up. Zalal pushes Griffin against the fence, seeking a one-legged disassembly. Griffin reverses and the round ends. 19-19.

Round 3 – Zalal gets a head kick followed by a combination of punches – another good start. A series of hard knocks arrives for Zalal. Griffin eats another jumping knee and a series of follow-up punches. Griffin is clearly tired and shoots for a dismantling, which he gets. Griffin is in lateral control. Zalal tries to push the cage using his feet. Both fights strive to gain an advantageous position. Griffin is in Zalal’s custody. The two fighters come down from the mat. Zalal supports Griffin against the cage and lands another suit. Griffin responds. Griffin hits the head and shoots for a double leg. Griffin has not yet had the withdrawal, despite his locked hands. He pushes Zalal against the fence. Griffin cannot take down Zalal and the fight returns to the center. Zalal places a hard knee on Griffin’s chest, who shoots again. Zalal reverses his position and presses Griffin against the fence. Griffin pushes Zalal away and eats a knee and an elbow. 29-28 Zalal.

Result: Youssef Zalal beats. Jordan Griffin by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Records: Jordan Griffin (18-8 MMA, 1-3 UFC), Youssef Zalal (9-2 MMA, 2-0 UFC)
Division: Lightweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Herb Dean
Judge: Adalaide Byrd, Mike Bell, Dave Hagen (giving Griffin the first round)

Round 1 – Okay, we’re gone. There is a 16-year age difference between these two. Hansen, despite his youth, looks comfortable. The two fighters tie up and Frey catches a series of strikes on the head of Hansen. A good start for the older of the two. Hansen rushes. Now back in the center, there is a feeling process going on. Frey takes a leg kick followed by a punch. Frey against Hansen with a left. Hansen seems to be bothering her – not that she was shaken or anything, but the punch hit her right in the eye. Hansen grabs Frey and attempts a throw. Frey remains standing and Hansen pushes her against the cage. Frey takes control of Hansen’s neck in the melee and fires a head shot. Hansen eats it. Frey lands. Hansen counters. Frey breathes a combination. Hansen makes him pay, countering with a hard blow to the left. Frey takes a kick in the leg. Hansen lands on the right. The horn sounds. 10-9 Frey.

Round 2 – Frey returns to the well – targeting Hansen’s leg early with kicks. Turning around Hansen, Frey just stays out of reach. The two fighters launch. Hansen grabs Frey and obtains a withdrawal. Hansen is in Frey’s half guard. Hansen is heavy at the top but has trouble getting out of the half guard. Finally, she slides her leg into lateral control. Moments later, Frey steps back in half guard. With 10 seconds remaining, Hansen struggles to choke. Frey flies to her feet. Hansen comes down and the round ends. Everything is linked to the start of the third round. 19-19.

Round 3 – It’s anyone’s fight – a pretty clear link here. Frey kicks his leg. Hansen wins a one-two combination. Moments later, Frey strikes Hansen with a straight right. Frey kicks inside Hansen’s thigh – over and over. Hansen charges and Frey stuffs it. Hansen is however unbalanced. Hansen is relentless and does not give up. Hansen’s hip throws Frey and slips into an armband attempt. Hansen, fleeing from his head, passes to a triangle – then returns to an armband. It sounds as good as finished. Frey winces. Here’s the tap. Hansen wins his UFC debut – at the age of 20. Impressive.

Result: Kay Hansen beats. Jinh Yu Frey via submission (armband) – Round 3, 2:26
to summarize:
Records: Jinh Yu Frey (9-5 MMA, 0-1 UFC), Kay Hansen (7-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC)
Division: Women’s straw weight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Keith Peterson

Round 1 – Boser is the first to land. He does it with back to back kicks. It sounds like his game plan at the start: aiming for the Brazilian’s leg. Lins takes a hit – and another. A reverse right lands a reverse right. Boser wins a difficult combination. Lins is amazed. Boser leaps and destroys Lins, who tips over on the carpet. A backhand hammer blow connects while Lins is lying on the mat. Herb Dean attacks Boser and rescues Lins from further damage. Holy smokes. What a knockout.

Result: Tanner Boser beats. Philipe Lins via KO (punches) – Round 1, 2:41
to summarize:
Records: Tanner Boser (18-6-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC), Philipe Lins (14-5 MMA, 0-2 UFC)
Division: Heavyweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Chris Tognoni

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Julian Erosa (23-8 MMA, 1-4 UFC), Sean Woodson (7-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC)
Division: 150 pound catch weight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Keith Peterson
Judge:

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Takashi Sato (15-3 MMA, 1-1 UFC), Jason Witt (17-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Division: Welterweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Herb Dean
Judge:

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Brendan Allen (14-3 MMA, 2-0 UFC), Kyle Daukaus (9-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Division: Average weight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Chris Tognoni
Judge:

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Maurice Greene (8-4 MMA, 3-2 UFC), Gian Villante (17-11 MMA, 7-8 UFC)
Division: Heavyweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Mark Smith
Judge:

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Mickey Gall (6-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC), Mike Perry (13-6 MMA, 6-6 UFC)
Division: Welterweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Keith Peterson
Judge:

Round 1 –

Result:
to summarize:
Records: Dustin Poirier (25-6 MMA, 17-5 UFC), Dan Hooker (20-8 MMA, 10-4 UFC)
Division: Lightweight
Broadcast: ESPN / ESPN +
Arbitrator: Herb Dean
Judge:

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