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John Dodson returns; will competitive flyweight title bouts do the same?

Ask John Dodson his least favorite event of all time and he's likely to say September's UFC 178 pay-per-view in Las Vegas. Flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson headlined the card opposite Chris Cariaso and ultimately earned his fifth title defense in the form of a submission in the fifth round.

Weidman stops the Spider (2:36)

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Cormier on replacing Jones, fighting Johnson (8:57)



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Wow @ufc !!!! That fight was Amazing! Congrats to Arlovski and what a fight from Travis Brown! You both just made everyone's night! Osssu 👊💪

Browne goes down

Andrei Arlovski hit Travis Browne early, late and often. Arlovski pulled his calf muscle and almost pulled out of the fight, but that didn't stop him as he threw combination after combination at Browne. Browne briefly recovered and smacked Arlovski with some strong blows before the Pitbull regained control and the ref stepped in to stop the fight late in the first.

Heavyweight showdown in Las Vegas

Andrei Arlovski puts his 4-fight win streak on the line against Travis Browne, who sports an impressive 17-2-1 record and is up to No. 3 in the UFC's heavyweight rankings.

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Benavidez beats Moraga by decision

Joseph Benavidez beats John Moraga by a unanimous decision, 30-27 on all three judges' cards.


Benavidez-Moraga goes to judges

Joseph Benavidez and John Moraga let their hands go to start the third but a Benavidez pounded Moraga's already bloodied head. The round eventually ended and it will come down to the judges' scorecards.

Benavidez holds control of the 2nd

John Moraga is likely familiar with Joseph Benavidez's elbows. Benavidez closed the round in side control, grinding his elbow into Moraga's face and peppering his ribs.

Benavidez controls hotly-contested 1st

Joseph Benavidez aborbed a Joseph Moraga shin kick to the head and looked to have Moraga in trouble early, but Moraga was able to rebound, even pulling off a belly-to-belly suplex to make the first competitive.