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Full list of winners and stoppages from UFC Fight Night on ESPN for June 27th [VIDEO]

We’ll be tracking the results all night during UFC on ESPN 12, up through the main event of Dustin Poirier and Dan Hooker

UFC Fight Night on ESPN is back at the promotion’s Apex facility in Las Vegas tonight, Saturday, June 27th. The card is headlined by #3 lightweight Dustin Poirier vs. #5 Dan Hooker, with a match between welterweights Mike Perry and Mickey Gall as the co-main event.

There are six fights on the main card and four 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!

Jordan Griffin vs. Youssef Zalal - Featherweight

Winner: Youssef Zalal
Winning Method: Youssef Zalal wins by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28). Zalal controlled the fight on his feet after the first round, and never looked panicked while calmly striking or clenching for his second-straight UFC win.

Kay Hansen vs. Jinh Yu Frey - Women’s Strawweight

Winner: Kay Hansen
Winning Method: Kay Hansen wins by submission (armbar) at 2:26 of the third round. Frey was the clear winner of the first round, but the 20-year-old Hansen stayed calm and controlled the rest of the fight on the mat between full mount and side control. Her shift into a triangle belied her youth, and it turned into an armbar.

This could be a future star in the sport who is now 7-3 and wins her debut in the UFC. And she got the call on Sunday for the fight on Saturday.

Philipe Lins vs. Tanner Boser - Heavyweight

Winner: Tanner Boser
Winning Method: Tanner Boser wins by knockout at 2:41 of the first round. O’CANADA! WOW! Boser went off as a small underdog at +104, but what an impressive outing.

Luis Pena vs. Khama Worthy - Lightweight

Winner: Khama Worthy
Winning Method: Khama Worthy wins by submission (guillotine choke) at 2:53 of the third round. It was a close fight, and it’s possible Pena was ahead on points entering the final round, but Worthy found a choke to end all doubt. The +195 underdog has now won seven in a row, and two in the UFC.

Sean Woodson vs. Julian Erosa - Catchweight (150)

Winner: Julian Erosa
Winning Method: Julian Erosa wins by submission (D’Arce choke) at 2:44 of the third round. A huge upset! Erosa was likely losing the fight until the submission. He was 1-4 in the UFC previously and a replacement fighter not under contract as of Tuesday of this week, but he gets the big win and possibly a third crack at a UFC roster spot as a +350 underdog.

Takashi Sato vs. Jason Witt - Welterweight

Winner: Takashi Sato
Winning Method: Takashi Sato wins by TKO at 0:48 of the first round. Jason Witt was on his couch 72 hours ago, and asking him to step in against a talented welterweight on this short a notice was a bit too much. Sato lands one big punch, and the rest is academic.

Brendan Allen vs. Kyle Daukaus - Middleweight

Winner: Brendan Allen
Winning Method: Brendan Allen wins by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-27, 30-27). An outstanding, back-and-forth fight that was mostly on the mat and filled with reversals. One of the more entertaining grappling battles you’ll see. But how a judge didn’t give the third round to Daukaus is ridiculous, as he completely owned it with ground control for almost four minutes. Awful judging.

Gian Villante vs. Maurice Greene - Heavyweight

Winner: Maurice Greene
Winning Method: Maurice Greene wins by submission (arm triangle) at 3:44 of the third round. We’re still not exactly sure what happened there. It didn’t exactly look like an arm triangle, nor a choke, but it was a finish. Greene was likely ahead on points, but was for sure losing the third round before earning the stoppage. The -230 favorite walks out a winner.

Mike Perry vs. Mickey Gall - Welterweight (Co-Main Event)

Winner: Mike Perry
Winning Method: Mike Perry wins by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28). Though Gall showed some skills on the mat, it wasn’t enough to steal two rounds. The trash talker found a way to win, and does what he needed to do at -315.

Dustin Poirier vs. Dan Hooker - Lightweight (Main Event)

Winner: Dustin Poirier
Winning Method: Dustin Poirier wins by unanimous decision (48-47, 48-47, 48-46).

What. A. Fight. A contender for fight of the year, and the second round for round of the year. Give them all, all, all the bonus money. Somehow that went 25 minutes and both guys look like they stuck their heads in a blender, but Poirier was called the winner due to his performance in the last three rounds.

Fight Island will have to really reach to top what we just saw.

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