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UFC 169: Barao vs Faber - Live Results and Event Coverage
February 1, 2014
Prudential Center
Newark, New Jersey



**Welcome to PunchDrunkGamer.com for our Live Results and Extended Event Coverage from UFC 169, the Preliminary Card has concluded and now the Main Card is on Pay-Per-View.**




UFC 169 - Fight Card:



Main Card (Pay-Per-View):

UFC Bantamweight Title Bout
Renan Barão def. Urijah Faber via TKO (Strikes-GnP) Round 1 (3:42)

- It may have been an early stoppage but Barao was torching Faber with strikes and the fight probably wouldn't have lasted much longer but you never know!


UFC Featherweight Title Bout
Jose Aldo def. Ricardo Lamas via Decision - Unanimous (49-46 all judges)

- Aldo controlled the first four rounds and tried to coast in the final round costing him the sweep.


Alistair Overeem def. Frank Mir via Decision - Unanimous (30-27 all judges)

- Total domination from start to finish by THE REEM.


Ali Bagautinov def. John Lineker via Decision - Unanimous (29-28 all judges)


Abel Trujillo def. Jamie Varner via KO (Punch) Round 2 (2:32)

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Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1):

Alan Patrick def. John Makdessi via Decision - Unanimous (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Chris Cariaso def. Danny Martinez via Decision - Unanimous (29-28 all judges)

Nick Catone def. Tom Watson via Decision - Split (29-28, 28-29, 30-27)

Al Iaquinta def. Kevin Lee via Decision - Unanimous (29-28, 29-28, 28-27)



Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass):

Clint Hester def. Andy Enz via Decision - Unanimous (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

Rashid Magomedov def. Tony Martin via Decision - Unanimous (29-28 all judges)

Neil Magny def. Gasan Umalatov via Decision - Unanimous (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)



**Check below for PunchDrunkGamer.com's Extended Event Coverage from UFC 169: Barao vs Faber.**

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PunchDrunkGamer.com's Extended Event Coverage from UFC 169: Barao vs Faber including Articles, Guest Panel Predictions, Photos, Videos and more:


UFC 169 Main Event Guest Panel Predictions:


Paul Bradley (21-5-1, Strikeforce & UFC Veteran) – "I want to pick Faber but I think Barao is on a different level right now. Barao by decision."

Rick Hawn (18-2, former US Olympian, Bellator Season 9 Welterweight Tournament Winner) - "I'm going to go with Faber by split decision."

Andy Main (7-1-1, Ultimate Fighter Alum) – "Renan Barao is a beast on all accounts but Urijah has looked unstoppable in recent outings. I think Urijah finally seals the deal this time around. 4th Round Submission by Faber."

Chris Bradford (Owner/Head Trainer – Top Tier Muay Thai) - "Barao will be coming out hard and not backing down and looking for a takedown. Faber's experience will come into play and counter the aggression. Faber will throw a lot of hands but Barao's defense is to good. Tough fight to pick but I see Barao taking this on Decision."

Aaron Simpson (12-5) - "Going with Faber."

Scott Casber (Takedown Wrestling Radio) – "Uriah Faber is my pick big time!"

Anthony Njokuani (16-7-1, UFC and WEC Veteran) – "I'm shooting for Faber. He's a new man coming in with a new plan and he is going to get that belt with a sub or a decision win."

Eric 'Red' Schafer (13-7) - "I will predict Barao by decision, but in a much closer match than the first time. Hopefully Faber uses his takedowns more to mix it up."

Paul Buentello (33-15, former King of the Cage Heavyweight Champ) - "Barao via submission."

Thomas Denny (27-20-1, former King of the Cage Welterweight Champion ) – "I am picking Urijah in a great upset! Seems to be the right time for him not only will he win he will Stop the champ! And the new......"

Wes Sims (24-14) - "Barao."

Muhsin Corbbrey (16-7, Shidokan World Champion) – "Barao should win again. I think he has more tools. Faber has improved a ton since the last fight but I don't think it'll be enough. Barao via UD or late stoppage."

Tim Hague (15-8, UFC and KOTC Veteran) - "Faber by sub just cause I love the guy!!!"



UFC 169 - Articles:

- UFC 169 Predictions with “The New York Badass” Phil Baroni

- UFC 169 Predictions with “The King of Rock ‘n Rumble” Elvis Sinosic

- Countdown to UFC 169 – Renan Barao vs Urijah Faber

- Countdown to UFC 169 – Jose Aldo vs Ricardo Lamas

- Countdown to UFC 169 – Frank Mir vs Alistair Overeem

- The Reem: Season 3 Episodes 5 and 6 – Eastern Promises




UFC 169 - Videos and Photos:

- UFC Tonight - Strikezone and Predictions for UFC 169:

www.youtube.com Video from : www.youtube.com




- Ricardo Lamas breaks down his title fight against Jose Aldo:

www.youtube.com Video from : www.youtube.com




- Urijah Faber says he's going to knock out Barao:

www.youtube.com Video from : www.youtube.com




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Prior to the action!


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Faber on his way.

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Great main card besides the Bagautinov-Lineker snoozefest. Varner and Trujillo was a battle and definitely deserved fotn and I think both champs put their respective challengers in their respective places.

THE REEM!!!!!

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UFC president Dana White moderated the UFC 169 post-fight press conference on Super Bowl Eve in Newark.


With few finishes on the card, the post-fight bonuses were easy to pick. Lightweight Abel Trujillo took home the $50,000 Knockout of the Night award, and there was no Submission of the Night. Those savings were split between Trujillo and Jamie Varner, who earned an additional $75,000 each for their back-and-forth, two-round Fight of the Night.

Trujillo attended the press conference alongside defending bantamweight champion Renan Barao, his opponent Urijah Faber, defending featherweight champion Jose Aldo, his opponent Ricardo Lamas, and UFC 169 winners Ali Bagautinov and Alistair Overeem.

- White confirmed that the UFC was considering a fight between featherweight champion Aldo and lightweight champion Anthony Pettis, explaining that Aldo would have to vacate his 145-pound belt were he to challenge for the lightweight title. Aldo confirmed that he was interested in this matchup as did Pettis, who contacted White during the press conference.

- Although Faber was diplomatic in accepting referee Herb Dean's decision to end the fight in the first round and praised the champion, White made no secret of the fact that he believed the bout was stopped too early.

- White shot down rumors that Brock Lesnar was planning a return to the UFC. He also updated reporters on Anderson Silva's return from injury, stating that if the recovery went as hoped, Silva could be back in the Octagon at the end of 2014.

- Abel Trujillo elaborated on his post-fight quote that he'd like to fight Donald Cerrone or Nate Diaz next. He said he wasn't calling them out; rather that they popped into his mind as potential opponents who'd match up well with his aggressive style.

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