Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale Results

The “Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale” turned out to be another successful night for the UFC, with only one fight on the main card going the distance. Here are the results for the “Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale,” held on Dec. 3, at the Pearl at the Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Michael Bisping defeats Jason Miller

After taking Bisping down and keeping him there for a majority of the first round, Miller gassed out in the second. Bisping made the best of the situation, never giving Miller a chance to recover and finishing him off in the third round.

Diego Brandao defeats Dennis Bermudez

Definitely the most entertaining fight of the night, Bermudez came right at Diego, going toe-to-toe with the dangerous Brazilian striker. Later on in the round, Bermudez caught Diego with a straight right, sending him to the canvas and following up with some vicious ground-and-pound. To his credit, Diego kept his composure throughout the barrage, securing an armbar that ended the fight.

John Dodson defeats T.J. Dillashaw

After a brief feeling out period, Dodson connects with a big left hook that sends T.J. to the ground. Dodson followed up with a quick barrage of hammerfists, forcing referee Herb Dean to stop the fight. With the win, Dodson earns himself a spot in UFC history as the first bantamweight fighter to win the reality series.

Tony Ferguson defeats Yves Edwards

As, expected both men traded strikes for a majority of the three round fight. After a close first round, Ferguson stole the second round with a well timed takedown. The third round was just as close, but the judges felt Ferguson had done enough to get unanimous decision.

Johnny Bedford defeats Louis Gaudinot

Bedford looked much improved against Gaudinot, dominating the entire fight with his grappling and ground-and-pound. By the middle of the third round, Gaudinot was beaten and battered, and a barrage of knees to the body forced referee Steve Mazzagatti to stop the fight.


Marcus Brimage defeats Stephen Bass (unanimous decision)

John Albert defeats Dustin Pague (TKO, round one)

Roland Delorme defeats Josh Ferguson (rear-naked choke, round three)

Steven Siler defeats Josh Clopton (unanimous decision)

Bryan Caraway defeats Dustin Neace (rear-naked choke, round two)

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