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Full list of winners and stoppages from UFC Fight Night on ESPN for June 13th [VIDEO]

We’ll be tracking the results all night, up to the main event of Jessica Eye vs. Cynthia Calvillo

A general view inside the UFC APEX prior to the UFC Fight Night event on May 30, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

UFC Fight Night on ESPN is taking place at the organization’s Apex facility in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 13th. The card is headlined by #1 flyweight Jessica Eye vs. Cynthia Calvillo, with a grudge match between middleweights Karl Roberson and Mavin Vettori.

There are five fights on the main card and five on the preliminary card. We’ll be tracking all the results tonight, providing the winner and how they secured their victory, and adding some gifs and video where we can. Follow along throughout the evening!

Christian Aguilera vs. Anthony Ivy

Winner: Christian Aguilera
Winning method: Christian Aguilera wins by TKO at 59 seconds of the first round. An overhand right caught Ivy on the temple, and he wasn’t able to recover. A series of shots where Ivy wasn’t able to recover ensued. An upset win for the first fight of the night.

Tyson Nam vs. Zarrukh Adashev

Winner: Tyson Nam
Winning method: Tyson Nam wins by knockout at 32 seconds of the first round. And what a knockout it was. A flawless victory with a counter-right hand. Nam was -125 on the money line, but +700 to win by KO, and he made it look easy.

Lights. Out.

Julia Avila vs. Gina Mazany

Winner: Julia Avila
Winning method: Julia Avila wins by TKO at 22 seconds of the first round. She caught Mazany early, and the underdog was unable to defend herself before the onslaught came. Avila was a huge favorite at -625 to win, but +130 to win by KO.

Merab Dvalishvili vs. Gustavo Lopez

Winner: Merab Dvalishvili
Winning method: Merab Dvalishvili wins by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-25). Huge credit to the +600 massive underdog Lopez for hanging in there, especially after taking the fight on just a few days notice, but Dvalishvili was the superior fighter in both the stand-up and ground game.

Mariya Agapova vs. Hannah Cifers

Winner: Mariya Agapova
Winning method: Mariya Agapova wins by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:42 of the first round. After she caught Cifers with a kick to the head to stun her, Agapova was able to secure a body triangle, and then locks in a rear naked choke.

Agapova was +188 to win by stoppage, and +500 to do it by submission.

Jordan Espinosa vs. Mark De La Rosa

Winner: Jordan Espinosa
Winning method: Jordan Espinosa wins by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-26).

It was a dominant performance in both the stand up and in mat wrestling. Espinosa had a 92-36 strikes landed lead late in the fight, and it felt even bigger than that.

Andre Fili vs. Charles Jourdain

Winner: Andre Fili
Winning method: Andre Fili wins by split decision (29-28, 29-28 28-29). It was a very close fight, but Fili’s quantity of more punches and quality in the ground game was enough to get it done. A bit of a surprise the +180 Jourdain made it that close for 15 minutes. A fun fight.

Charles Rosa vs. Kevin Aguilar

Winner: Charles Rosa
Winning method: Charles Rosa wins by split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29). It was really close, but it seemed like the right decision. A very close fight where both guys were on their feet most of the night, and Rosa actually landed less strikes 56-64, but he was 16-4 on leg strikes, and some of them were pretty powerful.

Karl Roberson vs. Marvin Vettori

Winner: Marvin Vettori
Winning method: Marvin Vettori wins by submission (rear naked choke) at 4:17 of the first round. Vettori got his revenge on the fighter that came in overweight and had cancelled on him previously. He was -215 to win, but to do it via first round stoppage pays a nice number at +1000.

Jessica Eye vs. Cynthia Calvillo

Winner: Cynthia Calvillo
Winning method: Cynthia Calvillo wins by unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 48-47). Despite Eye having the reach and power advantage, once it got on the ground Calvillo was terrific on the mat. She won control time on the mat 7:46 to 0:00.

By the time referee Herb Dean told them to fight, Calvillo was a -150 favorite. That weigh-in disaster yesterday from Jessica Eye really moved the line, and it turned out to be the smart money.

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