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UFC 200 results, live streaming updates: Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt

UFC 200 is all set to pop off tonight (Sat., July 9, 2016) from the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada at 6:30 p.m. ET, live on pay-per-view (PPV), featuring Brock Lesnar making his return to the Octagon after five years away to do battle against Mark Hunt. will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of the Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Hunt main event fight below, with quick results available for every other bout on the card.

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Brock Lesnar def. Mark Hunt via unanimous decision
Amanda Nunes def. Miesha Tate via submission in round one
Daniel Cormier def. Anderson Silva via unanimous decision
Jose Aldo def. Frankie Edgar via unanimous decision
Cain Velasquez def. Travis Browne via TKO in round one
Julianna Pena def. Cat Zingano via unanimous decision
Kelvin Gastelum def. Johnny Hendricks via unanimous decision
T.J. Dillashaw def. Raphael Assuncao via unanimous decision
Sage Northcutt def. Enrique Marin via unanimous decision
Joe Lauzon def. Diego Sanchez via TKO in round one
Gegard Mousasi def. Thiago Santos via knockout in round one
Jim Miller def. Takanori Gomi via TKO in round one



Round 1: Lesnar came out bouncing around and circling. He kept a safe distance in the opening minute. A lot of feints from both guys. Brock threw a leg kick. He ducked under Hunt's first big punch and avoided trouble there. Then he threw another leg kick. He finally shot in after two minutes and pushed Hunt against the fence. Hunt used it to stay up, was admonished by the referee, let go, then was taken down. He got back to his feet fairly quickly, however, and Brock kept him pressed up against the cage. Not long after, Brock scored another takedown and came down in side control. Hunt rolled and Lesnar delivered punches. He was landing with hard shots. Hunt managed to get back to his feet but Brock took him down again and quickly moved to full mount. He scored a few more punches before the round ended. That was an easy Lesnar round.

Round 2: Lesnar again kept his distance to open the round. Hunt came in with an overhand right and Lesnar blocked it. They circled each other without much offense. Hunt feinted while Lesnar moved back and avoided it. When Brock finally shot in, Hunt managed to avoid the takedown this time. He also avoided the next takedown attempt. Brock ducked under a big right hand and grabbed a single leg but Hunt again got away from him without going down. Lesnar was taking deep breaths and looking tired. Hunt was stalking him, looking for that big right hand. Lesnar was managing to avoid it while faking takedown attempts. He pushed Hunt against the fence with 40 seconds left in the round and started working knees from there. The round ended with a stalemate. That was a Hunt round.

Round 3: Brock landed a jab to start. Hunt responded with one of his own. Then he landed a hard right. Lesnar ducked under and grabbed a single and pushed Hunt against the fence. From there, he dragged Hunt down and again moved to full mount. He started landing punches from there. He was firmly in control on top and landing punches. Hunt tried to get offense in from the bottom, throwing short punches at Brock's head. He managed to get back to half guard. The crowd started booing for lack of action. Lesnar started unloading punches while Hunt just covered up. Brock passed to full mount. He looked like he was working for an arm triangle. He didn't keep going, instead using the position to land huge punches to Hunt's head. Mark was basically helpless, taking big shot after big shot. He just kept going from there, landing punch after punch. It was a dominant round for him. He should win the fight.

Result: Brock Lesnar def. Mark Hunt via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)

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