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Apparently, mmafighting.com isn't live-blogging this event. Commentary courtesy of mmaweekly.com.

Charlie Brenneman vs. Beneil Dariush

Round 1:
The fighters touch gloves and UFC Fight Night 35 is underway. Brenneman presses forward and lands an outside leg kick. Dariush answers with a left hand. They clinch and Brenneman delivers a combination before separating. Dariush leaps in with a knee. He lands a big left hand that knocks Brenneman down. Dariush follows Brenneman to the canvas and lands hammer fists. Dariush takes Brenneman’s back. He works for a rear naked choke. It’s under the chin. Brenneman is forced to tap out. Dariush wins by submission.

The official time of the submission was 1:45 of the opening round.
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:31 PM
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CRAP! Brenneman was one of our CFFC guys. Was hoping to see him do well.
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:37 PM
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We're fans of Charlie Brenneman too. Dang, I hate to see this loss (plus I missed the fight since I haven't decided whether I'll sign up for UFC Fight Pass). I didn't know he was in your fight club, Mike.
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Vinc Pichel vs. Garett Whiteley

Round 1:
Pichel takes the center of the cage. Whiteley throws a leg kick and Pichel checks it. Pichel lands a right hand on the inside and Whiteley counters with a body shot. They exchange leg kicks. Pichel lands two leg kicks and Whiteley initiates the clinch. Pichel changes levels and takes Whiteley to the ground. He stands over Whiteley and looks to pass his guard. The referee stands Whiteley up. Whiteley delivers a combination and Pichel presses him against the cage. Whiteley looks for a flying triangle but doesn’t get it. Pichel gains top position. Whiteley works to stand, but Pichel drags him back to the ground. Pichel isolates a leg and works for a heel hook. Whiteley defends the submission attempt. Whiteley looks for a choke, but Pichel gets free. Whitely lands a knee to the body, and Pichel gets back to his feet. Pichel secures a takedown in the closing seconds.

Round 2:
Pichel inches forward. Whiteley delivers a kick to the body. Pichel responds with an outside leg kick. He goes to the body with a right hand. Pichel moves in with a combination that knocks Whiteley’s mouthpiece out. Pichel takes him down. Pichel lands left hands as he works to take Whiteley’s back. Whiteley escapes to his feet. Pichel puts him back on the canvas. He delivers short right hands to the body. He postures up and lands a hard right hand. Pichel advances his position to side control. Pichel takes Whiteley’s back. He sinks in both hooks. He lands a right hand at the bell.

Round 3:
The fighters touch gloves to start the final round. Whiteley lands a counter right hand. He lands another right hand. Pichel presses forward. He changes levels and gets the fight to the ground. Whiteley land elbows from the bottom. Pichel postures up and delivers a solid elbow. Pichel stands and leaps in with a right hand. Pichel moves to side control and lands knees to the body. Pichel applies a d’arce choke. Whiteley gets free and stands. He lands a knee inside the clinch. Pichel presses him against the cage and secures a takedown. Whiteley quickly gets back to his feet. Pichel lands an elbow inside the clinch. Whiteley works for a kimura. Pichel counters. He lands to the body. Whiteley stands and Pichel drags him to the canvas at the bell. MMAWeekly scores the round 10-9 for Pichel.

The judges scored the fight for Pichel by unanimous decision. All three scorecards read 30-27.
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Alptekin Ozkilic vs. Louis Smolka

Round 1:
Smolka misses with a high kick to start the round. He lands a right hand. Smolka throwing a lot of kicks. Ozkilic steps in with an uppercut. Ozkilic lands a right hand and secures a takedown. Ozkilic passes Smolka’s guard and works in side control. Smolka scrambles to his feet and applies the Thai clinch. He delivers knees to the body. They separate. Smolka lands a left hand that hurts Ozkilic. Ozkilic fires back and stuns Smolka. Smolka delivers a right hand to the jaw of Smolka. Ozkilic changes levels and secures a double leg takedown. Smolka scrambles to his feet and delivers knees to the body. Ozkilic takes him down again. Smolka gets to his feet. He lands a kick to the body. Ozkilic lands to the body with a right hand. Smolka steps in with a combination. The round ends.

Round 2:
Smolka moves in and eats a counter right hand. Ozkilic lands a hard right hand. Smolka presses forward. He lands a high kick. Ozkilic lands a combination. He counters Smolka’s jab with right hands. Ozkilic secures a takedown. Smolka gets back to his feet and lands to the body. He clinches and digs knees into the body of Ozkilic. Ozkilic presses Smolka against the cage. Smolka continues to land knees to the body. Ozkilic separates. Ozkilic has slowed. Smolka lands a combination. Smolka delivers a big counter elbow. Ozkilic’s hands have dropped. Smolka delivers a left hand. He steps in with a right hand that lands flush on the jaw of Ozkilic. Ozkilic changes levels and secures a takedown. Smolka isolates a leg with a rolling knee bar. He uses it to reverse Ozkilic. They stand and Ozkilic takes Smolka down in the closing seconds.

Round 3:
Smolka lands a left hand and Ozkilic takes him down. Smolka scrambles back to his feet. Smolka lands a short left hook. Ozkilic fires back with a left hand. They exchange leg kicks. Smolka presses forward. He lands a series of punches. Not a lot on them, but they’re landing. He stuffs a takedown attempt by Ozkilic, and another. Smolka lands a huge combination. Ozkilic is exhausted. Smolka lands combination after combination. Ozkilic gets the fight to the ground, but Smolka quickly gets back to his feet. Ozkilic secures another takedown. He works to take Smolka’s back. Smolka shakes him off and gains top position. Smolka applies a d’arce choke. He lets it go and stands over Ozkilic. He moves to the mount position. He postures up and lands punches. Ozkilic rolls, giving up his back. Smolka pours on the punches. The round ends.

The judges scored the fight for Smolka by unanimous decision. All three scorecards read 29-28.
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Trevor Smith vs. Brian Houston

Round 1:
Smith takes the center of the cage. He lands an outside leg kick to start the round. Houston steps in with a right hand. Smith drives forward and secures a double leg takedown. Houston gets back to his feet and they separate. Smith lands a leg kick and Houston catches it and takes him down. Smith works his way back to his feet. Houston presses him against the cage. Houston backs away. They exchange leg kicks. Houston works to establish his jab. Houston moves forward and Smith times him and takes him down. Smith applies an arm triangle choke. He switches sides to lock it down, but Houston defends the submission attempt. Smith lands short elbows and advances to the mount position. Smith moves to side control.

Round 2:
Houston lands a left hand to start the second frame. Smith answers with a right hook. Smith lands an inside leg kick. He continues to work the lead leg of Houston. Houston lands a left hook that opens a cut on Smith’s forehead. Smith looks for a takedown but Houston stuffs it. They work for position along the cage before separating. Smith lands a leg kick and relentlessly works to get the fight to the ground. Houston avoids it. Smith changes levels and Houston defends the takedown attempt. Smith lands a right hand and looks for a single leg takedown. Houston has none of it. Houston lands his jab. Smith lands a left hand. Houston delivers an outside leg kick. Smith presses forward and lands his jab at the bell.

Round 3:
Houston lands a low leg kick. He lands a right hand. Smith steps forward with a right hand of his own. Houston delivers an outside leg kick. Smith continues to move forward. Houston meets him with jabs. Smith lands his jab followed by an outside leg kick. The pace has slowed. Smith paws with his jab. Houston moving laterally on the outside. Smith lands a right hand. Smith moves forward with a combination. Houston’s output has dwindled to a few jabs. Smith lands a lazy kick to the body. He lands a leg kick to Houston’s lead leg. Smith looks to get the fight to the ground. Houston sprawls and Smith lands a knee to the body as they stand. Smith lands his jab. Smith delivers a kick to the body at the bell.

The judges scored the fight for Smith by split decision. The scorecards read 28-29, 29-28 and 29-28.
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Isaac Vallie-Flagg vs. Elias Silverio

Round 1:
Vallie-Flagg moves forward. Silverio lands an outside leg kick. Vallie-Flagg moves in and Silverio lands a right hand. Vallie-Flagg rushes in and lands a combination. Silverio secures a takedown. Vallie-Flagg uses the cage to stand. They separate. Vallie-Flagg moves in with a combination. Silverio lands a left hand that drops Vallie-Flagg. Silverio follows him to the canvas. He works in half guard. Silverio lands short left hands as Vallie-Flagg tries to stand. Silverio works to take Vallie-Flagg’s back. Vallie-Flagg gets to his feet. Silverio lands a knee followed by a right hand before separating. Silverio lands a right hand. They clinch. Silverio presses Vallie-Flagg against the cage. He lands a right hand in the closing seconds.

Round 2:
Silverio lands front kicks, keeping Vallie-Flagg on the outside. Silverio lands a right hand. Vallie-Flagg’s aggression is working against him. Silverio secures an inside trip takedown. He works in half guard. Silverio stands and delivers a knee. It was illegal and Vallie-Flagg was given time to recover. The referee takes a point from Silverio. The replay shows the knee hit the chest. Vallie-Flagg lands a left hook. Vallie-Flagg presses forward. Silverio lands an elbow followed by a back fist. He presses Vallie-Flagg against the cage. He secures a single-leg takedown. Silverio peppers Vallie-Flagg’s body with punches. Silverio continues to land short shots. Silverio stands and lands a left hand. The round ends.

Round 3:
Silverio is sticking and moving. He lands a front kick. He’s mixing it up well with punches, knees and kicks. He takes Vallie-Flagg down. Silverio moves to the mount position. Vallie-Flagg gives up his back. Silverio puts in both hooks. He chips away with punches. Silverio flattens Vallie-Flagg out and lands big shorts. Vallie-Flagg rolls and escapes to half guard. Silverio lands right hands to the body. Silverio gets his leg free and moves to the mount position. He takes Vallie-Flagg’s back and softens him up with short punches. Silverio gets his arm under the chin of Vallie-Flagg. Silverio squeezes but Vallie-Flagg defends. The round ends.

The judges scored the fight for Silverio by unanimous decision. All three scorecards read 29-27.
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Ramsey Nijem vs. Justin Edwards

Round 1:
Nijem takes the center of the cage. He lands a right hand followed by an outside leg kick. Edwards presses forward with a right hand. Nijem inches forward. Edwards moves in with a left hand. Nijem answers with a jab. He lands a kick to the body and Edwards counters with a left hand. Nijem uses a front kick to keep Edwards on the outside. Edwards blitzes forward but misses with his strikes. Edwards circles on the outside. Nijem attempted a flying knee that missed. Edwards moving forward now. Nijem moves in and slips. Edwards rushes in and lands a combination. Nijem lands his jab. He lands an uppercut. Edwards fires back with a spin kick to the body. Nijem misses with a spinning kick and slips. Edwards jumps on him. Nijem isolates a leg and the round ends. Difficult round to score.

Round 2:
Edwards’ corner tells him that he doesn’t have to kick. They advice him to use a combination to score the knockout. Nijem lands a front kick to the body. He slips and Edwards applies an arm-in guillotine choke. He squeezes. Nijem gets out of it. Nijem lands right hands to the body. Edwards works for an arm and gets to his feet. Edwards moving laterally on the outside. Nijem moves in and gets a takedown. He lands a knee that hurts Edwards. He lands a right hand and a front kick to the face. He takes Edwards down and takes his back. Nijem applies a body triangle and works for a rear naked choke. Edwards tries to roll out of it but Nijem stays on him. Nijem continues to work for the choke. He softens Edwards up with left hands to the body. The round ends.

Round 3:
Nijem’s corner tells him to keep the pressure on heading into the final round. Edwards circles. Nijem throws a front kick. Edwards counters with a right hand. Nijem changes levels and secures a double-leg takdown. He delivers an elbow. Edwards tries to control the wrists of Nijem. Edwards stands and lands a left hook. Edwards is cut along his left eye. Nijem counters a kick with a straight right hand. Nijem circles on the outside. Edwards lands a counter right hand. Edwards delivers a spinning heel kick. Nijem decides to get the fight to the ground. Edwards stands and lands a left hook on the break. Edwards lands a left hand on the inside. Nijem works for a single-leg takedown. Edwards pulls guard working for a guillotine choke. It wasn’t there. Edwards isolates a leg. The round ends.

The judges scored the fight for Nijem by unanimous decision. The scorecards read 30-27, 29-28 and 29-28.
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Cole Miller vs. Sam Sicilia

Round 1:
No touch of gloves in this one. Miller lands first with an outside leg kick. Sicilia inches forward. Miller lands his jab. Sicilia misses with a big right hand. Miller uses his reach advantage and lands a jab. Miller moves laterally. Miller lands a right hand that backs Sicilia up. Miller lands an inside leg kick and Sicilia counters with a right hand upstairs. Sicilia goes to the body with a right hand. Miller steps in with a combination. Miller is keeping his left hand high. He lands an inside leg kick. Sicilia having issues getting on the inside. Miller delivers an inside leg kick followed by a jab. Sicilia presses forward and misses on a combination.

Round 2:
Miller takes the center of the cage to start the second frame. He lands his jab. Miller using front kicks to keep Sicilia on the outside. Miller lands a combination that hurts Sicilia. Sicilia has swelling under his right eye. Miller lands a combination. Sicilia answers with a hard right hand to the body. Miller steps in with a right hand that knocks Sicilia down. Sicilia gets up and Miller secures a takedown. He lands in side control. Miller takes Sicilia’s back. He locks on a rear naked choke and Sicilia is forced to tap out.

The official time of the submission was 1:54 of the second round.
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John Moraga vs. Dustin Ortiz

Round 1:
Ortiz quickly takes the center of the cage. He lands a big right hand. Moraga looks for a takedown but Ortiz stuffs the attempt. Ortiz works to get Moraga to the ground. Moraga shakes off the attempt, but Ortiz presses him against the cage. He delivers knees to the thigh of Moraga. Ortiz eventually secures the takedown. He works in Moraga’s closed guard. Moraga works to control Ortiz’ posture. Ortiz not doing much except maintaining top position. He lands a few short elbows. Ortiz moves to half guard. Moraga searches fro a submission, but Ortiz lands short shots instead.

Round 2:
Moraga moving forward in the second frame. He lands an outside leg kick. He lands a right hand. Moraga starting to find his range. Ortiz changes stances and lands an outside leg kick. Moraga lands a left hook that wobbles Ortiz. Ortiz clinches. They’re clinched along the cage. They separate and Moraga chases Ortiz. Ortiz slips while trying to circle away. Moraga seizes the moment and gains top position. Moraga delivers elbows while Ortiz works on a single leg. Moraga takes his back and applies a rear naked choke. Ortiz escapes the submission attempt. Ortiz gains top position and moves to side control. Ortiz works to take Moraga’s back. Moraga escapes out the backdoor. They exchange. Moraga lands a right hand that wobbles Ortiz. Ortiz works for a takedown but Moraga sprawls. Ortiz transitions and tries to take Moraga’s back. Moraga rolls, but Ortiz stays with him. The round ends.

Round 3:
Moraga beating Ortiz to the punch and defending takedown attempts. He’s stopped Ortiz’ forward motion. Moraga lands a right hand. Moraga landing his jab. Ortiz catches a kick and lands a combination. Ortiz secures a takedown with two minutes left in the round. He moves to half guard. Moraga works his way back to full guard. Ortiz delivers elbows. Moraga kicks him off and stands. Ortiz looks for a takedown. Moraga shakes it off. Ortiz presses him against the cage. He lands knees to the legs of Moraga. Ortiz secures a takedown late in the round. They both hammer way at the body with punches. The round ends.

The judges scored the fight for Moraga by split decision. The scorecards read 29-28, 28-29 and 29-28.
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