- MMA Junkie is on location and detailing live from Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 199 occasion, and you can go along with us for a live detailed breakdown and official outcomes starting at 4 p.m. ET (1 p.m. PT).
UFC Fight Night 199 happens at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. The card streams on ESPN+.
In the headliner, double-cross heavyweight title challenger Derrick Lewis (25-8 MMA, 16-6 UFC) takes on Chris Daukaus (12-3 MMA, 4-0 UFC). Belal Muhammad (19-3 MMA, 10-3 UFC) meets double cross welterweight title challenger Stephen Thompson (16-5-1 MMA, 11-5-1 UFC).
Track with our round-by-round updates and official outcomes starting at roughly 4 p.m. ET for the prelims on ESPN+ and 7 p.m. ET for the primary card on ESPN+.
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Jordan Leavitt vs. Matt Sayles
Round 1: Leavitt opens with a gotten kick; however, he pulls it away. Sayles learns about him, and Leavitt cuts him with touching from a kick. Leavitt is weighty with the kicks right off the bat, and when Sayles attempts to toss one back, he pursues an ineffective takedown endeavor. There’s not much interfacing through 90 seconds, of then Sayles lands a decent right hand that powers Leavitt to shoot. Sayles snatches tightly to the neck; however, he isn’t ready for an accommodation, and Leavitt turns it around and creeps against the fence. Sayles goes for a standing guillotine; however, he can’t get it, and subsequently, he’s hauled to the mat. Leavitt goes to work from the top position. Leavitt moves up Sayles’ body and secures a D’Arce gag. Sayles is in a compromised spot; however, he winds and moves far above and beyond a moment until he crushes free and gets spirit to his feet before the finish of the round. MMA Junkie scores it 10-9 for Leavitt.
Round 2 – Sayles finds a permanent spot for his punches to the head and body ahead of schedule in the round. Leavitt is compelled to go for a takedown yet is denied. Sayles keeps the forward pressure, yet he gets found out in a hooking circumstance, and Leavitt, in a split second beginnings assaults with entries on the mat. He secures an opposite triangle gag and powers the tap! Unbelievable completion.
Donald Mayes vs. Josh Parisian
Round 1-Mayes approaches first with a body kick and a couple of punches that miss the mark concerning the objective. He handles a front kick that moves Parisian back. Parisian squeezed forward yet gets found out with an uppercut. Mayes then, at that point, progresses and secures on Parisian and throws him, toddler, he ground. Parisian battles him off with an up kick, yet Mayes tosses the legs to the side and jumps through the gatekeeper with a punch. He gains top influence and starts landing elbows from side control. Parisian hurries to the fence and uses it to stand up; however, Mayes’s body locks him and drags him right back to the mat. Parisian can scramble up to his feet again, yet Mayes is all over him with the secure tension. Mayes tosses him to the ground a third time with around two minutes’ land, yet this time he arrives in side control and gets the cross position. Mayes begins dumping with gigantic elbows, and Parisian is in a horrendous spot. Mayes attempts to separate the arm for an Americana, however Parisian saves himself and recuperates into half watchman and works from that point for the rest of the round. MMA Junkie scores 10-9 for Mayes.
Round 2: Parisian grounds an incredible low kick to start the round that stands out enough to be noticed, yet in addition appears to annoy him. Mayes accuses forward of a punch mix, then, at that point, a flying knee, which misses. He goes solidly into the takedown endeavor. Parisian attempts to counter it with a kimura; however, he stalls out against the fence and winds up on the base position. The rest of the round sees Mayes controlling from on top while Parisians fizzled at different stand-up procedures. It was a predominant casing from Mayes, which MMA Junkie scores 10-9 again in support of himself.
Round 3: Mayes comes out tossing wild front and heads kicks, one of which cuts Parisian. Mayes gets excessively messy, however, and closes an uppercut that stands out enough to be noticed and constrains him to return into a takedown endeavor. He gets it easily and begins to go to work. Parisian can dismiss him from then stands back up, yet Mayes shuts the distance and pushes him right once again into the fence. Mayes gets one more takedown, and Parisian turns over and turtles up. Parisian turns over, and I am again trapped in side control. Mayes returns to the cross and starts pounding away with more frightful elbows. Parisian is depleted and stuck, and Mayes continues to release shots until the arbitrator steps in and waves it off with a little more than 90 seconds remaining.
Result: Don’Tale Mayes def. Josh Parisian through TKO (elbows) – Round 3, 3:26.
Andre Ewell vs. Charles Jourdain
Round 1: There’s no learning about the process between these two. The primary moment is loaded up with punches and kicks from both sides. The two men don’t have the reach impeccably sorted out, yet Jourdain kicks the legs with awful expectations. Ewell shots great hand speed; however, Jourdain adversaries well to keep him on the back foot and tear body shots. Ewell lands a stinging right hand that Jourdain didn’t like, yet the Canadian continues to push ahead. Jourdain lands begin to track down a reliable home for his punches and kick yet commits an error late justified and slip lush his back off a knee endeavor. Ewell mangoes to hold him on his back until the last 10 seconds when Jourdain gets back up and lands a body kick and a punch. MMA Junkie scores the round 10-9 for Jourdain.
Round 2: There’s a massive load of superior striking to the subsequent refrain. Jourdain lands a couple of kicks, then a lovely 1-2 mix that snaps Ewell’s head back. Jourdain lands an incredible low kick, trailed by another minute after the fact. He then, at that point, goes higher up and lands a brushing head kick that is obstructed. Ewell’s result has dropped off altogether, and he’s scarcely tossing. He at long last grounds a snare to the body; however, Jourdain is unbothered and approaches with another savage blend. Ewell is getting frozen up by Jourdain’s result, and Jourdain is overflowing with trust in his assaults. Jourdain shuts the distance and pushes Ewell against the fence, however at that point breaks free and grounds a frightful elbow and a punch. Ewell is battling the strain and gets hit with a punch, kick elbow, and a knee, and he’s harmed! Ewell attempts to get away and falls to the ground, and Jourdain bounces on top of him with a short left. Ewell is simply trying to hand it on and make due, while Jourdain attempts to pour it on and get the completion. Jourdain stances up and is handling some great ground-and-pound, yet Ewell gets by and makes it. Mastery from Jourdain and MMA Junkie scores the cycle 10-8.
Round 3: Realizing he was near the completion of the last round, Jourdain comes out the door madly forcefully. He tosses punches and kicks in fast style and by and by has Ewell pondering safeguard and not offense. Jourdain lands a stinging straight left followed by a body shot. Ewell comes up the center with a front kick to the jaw that Jourdain gets over; however, it makes Ewell toss various strikes. However, Jourdain won’t stop with the tension and handles some more hard kicks followed by his punches. Jourdain has an enormous lead in this battle; however, he’s not sitting on it. He secures Ewell against the fence and dumps some awful knees to the body. Ewell staggers, and Jourdain yells at him as he lands all the more hard knees to the body, then, at that point, the head. Jourdain keeps the surge up until the round, and the battle concludes. MMA Junkie scores the cycle 10-9 for Jourdain, giving him a 30-26 triumph on our scorecard. Hair-raising execution.
Result: Charles Jourdain def. Andre Ewell through consistent choice (30-26, 30-27, 29-27).
Sijara Eubanks vs. Melissa Gatto
Round 1 – Eubanks and Gatto conflict in the enclosure. Inside the space of seconds, it spills into a catching trade, with Gatto throwing Eubanks to the mat and almost getting mounted prior to being quickly turned around and put on her back. Eubanks, who missed weight, was highly impressive from top position, and Gatto was in a terrible spot nailed to her back close to the fence. Gatto’s endeavors to scramble free or stand up were closed down, and she’s caught there for the whole round. MMA Junkie scores it 10-9 for Eubanks.
Round 2: Eubanks right away shuts the distance on Gatto to begin the second round and pushes her rival against the fence. Gatto evades the takedown this time and begins to land some great punches from range. Eubanks times a level-change, be that as it may, and handles a decent takedown to establish Gatto on her back. Gatto tries to avoid panicking; however, when Eubanks gets excessively weighty on top, he utilizes a wonderful range to arrive on top in half gatekeeper. Gatto goes to work in landing short elbows and punches, yet Eubanks does well to keep away from not permitting any significant openings for harm or accommodation. By the by, MMA Junkie scores the cycle 10-9 for Gatto.
Round 3 – With the fight available to anyone going into the last edge, Gatto and Eubanks exchange strikes. Gatto lands a wiped-out kick right to the body that, in a flash, overlaps Eubanks and has her harmed terribly. Gatto hurries to the material and whirlwinds for the completion. Stunning shot and win.
Result: Melissa Gatto def. Sijara Eubanks through TKO (body kick) – Round 3, 0:25
Harry Hunsucker vs. Justin Tafa
Round 1: Tafa lands his previously left hand of the battle. Hunsucker is somewhat shaky, yet he tumbles to his back, and Tafa plunges on him inside the initial 20 seconds. Hunsucker scrambles to his feet, and they exchange punches before they impact, and Hunsucker secludes an arm and drops into a kimura. He can’t get it, and Tafa returns to his feet. They get into a striking trade, and Tafa lands an enormous left head kick that sends Hunsucker throwing into the fence and unconscious. The battle is waved off, and it’s a massive success for Tafa; later, he turned into the primary heavyweight in UFC history to miss weight.
Result: Justin Tafa def. Harry Hunsucker through TKO (head kick) – Round 1, 1:53
Darren Elkins vs. Cub Swanson
Round 1: Elkins takes a significant swing at the air to begin the battle. Swanson is learning about the reach; however, he gets found out with an overhand as he supports. Swanson handles a couple of solid hits. Elkins goes for his first takedown, yet it’s denied. Swanson holds a short inside snare. He then, at that point, handles a straight that wobbles Elkins and constrains him into a messy takedown that is again closed down. Swanson’s hands are really low, and he’s sure int ht eh striking. He handles a strong right hand that drops Elkins once more, then, at that point, one more left. Swanson labels his rival with a turning kick wobbles Elkins. Spice Dean sees enough and steps in to postpone it off. Dramatic finale from Swanson.
Result: Cub Swanson def. Darren Elkins through TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:12
Diego Ferreira vs. Mateusz Gamrot
Round 1 – Ferreira and Gamrot exchange punches and kicks over the initial 90 seconds. Nothing lands perfect, then, at that point, Gamrot goes for his first takedown, which he gets for one minute before Ferreira flies back up to his feet. Gamrot peppers Ferreira with the punch, which reacts with a blend that is to a great extent obstructed. Gamrot goes for another takedown, and this time he gets it and is on top. Ferreira kicks him right off, however, and they are back striking. Gamrot strikes sufficiently long to lose Ferreira so he can go for a sweet twofold leg takedown. Ferreira pops right back up to his feet.
Furthermore, they are trading once more. Ferreira lands a decent attach that backs Gamrot and continues to swing until the last chime. MMA Junkie scores the cycle 10-9 for Gamrot.
Round 2: Gamrot is chasing after the takedown from the get-go in the second round, yet Ferreira is conscious of the sections and can shuck off different endeavors. Gamrot is persevering and continues pursuing it, yet Ferreira is declining to acknowledge base position and indeed gets up to make a unique situation. He handles a pleasant straight right hand on Gamrot, who isn’t bothered and maintains the tension. Ferreira controls the striking trades and terrains one more pleasant straight on Gamrot, who replies with a lower leg take that puts Ferreira out balance and permits Gamrot to take the back. Gamrot pulls Ferreira in reverse, handles a knee to the body, and Ferreira’s verbally submits as Gamrot hauls him to the ground.
Result: Mateusz Gamrot def. Diego Ferreira through TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 3:26