UFC Vegas 29 Results: 6 Stoppages Dominate an Exciting Fight Card

Published 06/19/2021, 10:02 PM EDT


An epic featherweight clash between Dan Ige and Chan Sung Jung headlined UFC Vegas 29. The fight card was stacked with some incredibly epic fights that by all means delivered tonight. There was a host of finishes and impressive performances by all the fighters involved at the event. 

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In case you missed the fights, here is a quick recap of all the results from UFC Vegas 29- Dan Ige vs The Korean Zombie. 

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UFC Vegas 29:- Preliminary card 

Casey O’Neill vs Lara Procopio 

The two women set the stage for the night with a stunning display. O’Neil moved to 7-0 in her career and 2-0 in the UFC with a rear-naked choke in the middle of the very last round.  

Joaquim Silva vs Ricky Glenn

It took Glenn less than 40-seconds of the very first round to secure a knockout win and bounce back into the win column. Glenn landed a clean right hand that had Silva rocked. He then followed it up with a barrage of punches which forced the referee to step in and call the fight. 

Josh Parisian vs Roque Martinez 

Heavyweights Parisian and Martinez went toe-to-toe for three rounds in an exciting clash. However, it was Parisian who did enough to secure a split-decision win on the judges’ scorecards tonight.

Kalinn ‘Khaos’ Williams vs Matthew Semelsberger

‘Khaos’ bounced back into the win column with an impressive performance over a tough adversary in Semelsberger. The judges scored the contest 30-27,29-28,29-28 for a unanimous decision in favor of Kalinn Williams.

Kanako Murata vs Virna Jandiroba 

An epic fight between two women in the UFC’s strawweight division was brought to an abrupt halt at the end of round two. Murata’s arm was severely compromised and therefore the doctor called the fight.

Aleksa Camur vs Nicolae Negumereanu

Aleksa Camur took on Nicolae Negumereanu in a light heavyweight clash between two young prospects in the UFC. Negumereanu edged out Camur to secure a split decision win (29-28,28-29,29-28).

Dan Ige vs The Korean Zombie: Main Card 

Matt Brown vs Dhiego Lima 

UFC veteran Matt Brown set a few records with his win over Lima. He now holds the record for the most knockout wins at welterweight and is tied for the most knockout wins in the UFC. Brown landed a pinpoint right hand that shut the lights out on Lima.

Wellington Turman vs Bruno Silva 

Bruno Silva extended his win streak to 2-0 with a stoppage win over Turman. ‘Bulldog’ landed a few vicious shots while Turman was on the ground, which knocked Turman out cold. Silva won the fight with a few seconds to go in the round.

Julian Erosa vs Seung Woo Choi 

In an exciting featherweight clash on the main card, Choi took on Erosa. The South Korean landed a left hook right on the button. Erosa hit the floor as soon as the shot landed. Choi followed it up with a few shots on the ground. However, the referee stepped in and called the fight before Erosa absorbed too much damage.

Marlon Vera vs Davey Grant 

After three rounds of war between bantamweights Vera and Grant, the fight went to the judges’ scorecards. All three judges had it in favor of ‘Chito’ 29-27,29-28,30-26 for a unanimous decision win.

Aleksei Oleinik vs Sergey Spivak 

An exciting heavyweight clash between Spivak and Oleinik went the distance. However, the judges scored the bout 29-28,29-28,29-28 in favor of the upcoming young talent Spivak.

Chan Sung Jung vs Dan Ige 

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In the main event, featherweights Ige and ‘The Korean Zombie‘ went the distance and put on an amazing display of martial arts. However, it was Jung who beat Ige to a unanimous decision win (48-47,49-46,49-46).

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What did you make of the fights tonight? Let us know in the comments below!

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Kevin Binoy is an MMA author at EssentiallySports. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Fergusson College and has been covering sports professionally for over two years. Besides working with the MMA writing team, Kevin is a core member of the organization's web stories team and is responsible for delivering engaging MMA web stories.

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