The Ultimate Fighter 7 Finale Results Live

Tuf 7 Finale Results live

Tuf 7 Finale Results live

Headlining the finale of the Ultimate Fighter 7 is Kendall “Da Spyder” Grove and former middleweight champion Evan Tanner. Also featured on the card, are fighters Diego Sanchez , Josh Burkman, and Spencer Fisher.

The 3 hour finale will be broadcast live on SpikeTv starting around 9 pm EST. CageToday will have live results, including the under cards starting at 8pm EST.

Main Card

  • Kendall Grove vs. Evan Tanner
    Result: Kendall Grove defeats Evan Tanner by Split Decision.
  • C.B. Dollaway vs. Amir Sadollah
    Result: Amir Sabollah defeats CB Dollaway by Submission (Armbar) at 3:02 of R1.
  • Luigi Fioravanti vs. Diego Sanchez
    Result: Diego Sanchez defeats Luigi Fioravanti by TKO (Strikes) at 4:07 of R3.
  • Spencer Fisher vs. Jeremy Stephens
    Result: Spencer Fisher defeats Jeremy Stephens by Unanimous Decision. (29-28 x3)
  • Matthew Riddle vs. Dante Rivera
    Result: Matt Riddle defeats Dante Rivera by Unanimous Decision.

Preliminary Card

  • Josh Burkman vs. Dustin Hazelett
    Result: Dustin Hazelett defeats Josh Burkman by Submission (Armbar) at 4:46 of R2.
  • Tim Credeur vs. Cale Yarbrough
    Result: is reporting the fight has been cancelled!
  • Marvin Eastman vs. Drew McFedries
    Results: Drew McFedries defeats Marvin Eastman by TKO (Punches) at 1:08 of R1.
  • Matt Arroyo vs. Matt Brown
    Result: Matt Brown defeats Matt Arroyo by TKO (Strikes) at 3:40 of R2.
  • Jeremy Horn vs. Dean Lister
    Result: Dean Lister defeats Jeremy Horn by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 3:52 of R1.
  • Rob Kimmons vs. Rob Yundt
    Result: Rob Kimmons defeats Rob Yundt by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 3:58 of R1.
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25 Comments on "The Ultimate Fighter 7 Finale Results Live"

  1. kom34

    yeah hazlett impressed me in the kos fight. i knew he would win tonight. the other fighter that impressed me was diego. i would have never thought that he would be throwing flying knees and finishing with headkicks. that was crazy. luigi it tough but diego brought it tonight.


    dude u guys are rediculous why would he tap his leg… ur right one light slap on the leg could have gotten him to release the armbar. he was tapping plain as day. he wasnt getting out with a unbroken arm get over it he's lost twice to the same person by armbar. he did the exact same kind of tap in the first fight. its called a tap not a tap tap

  3. Oswald Gobblecock

    Didn't know how many taps it takes but I think that 1 tap was what he meant to do but then he changed his mind but he already tapped. Then he tried to play it off like he was shocked but that was obvious a tap even though it was just 1.

  4. Kash

    Yeah what a prick. I think he tapped once thinking Amir would let lose and the ref wouldn't call it. Its smart and sleasy. He tried to get away with tricking Amir and it didn't work.

  5. Nicks

    He tapped again.

    Amir got the heart and the game to go places.

    CB is to cocky and the reason why he got armbared again. He won't be missed.

  6. dane drebin

    serious all these people saying u have to tap 3 times have obviously never grappled with submissions. i do jui jitsui and judo 4 times a week and if u so much as tap once it means stop. do u know how many fucking broken arms, torn shoulders, and hyper extended elbows there would be if u didnt let go on the first tap??? all these people saying 3 taps is the rule let me put u in an armbar and let me go as hard as i can until u tap three times and then tell me what u think the rule should be…dumbasses!

  7. Ryan S

    Yeah. You can't really argue it, he tapped. If you look at the angle his arm was bent at as well, it was pretty hyperextended. You know he panicked, but it looked like he acted shocked just to save face.

  8. Vince

    A few things:

    1. The 3-Tap rule is only enforced in the East. Pride had this rule. The UFC does not.

    2. That being said, the 3-Tap rule is individually enforced in most gyms in the West, meaning that Dane, you attend one of the few gyms that does not officially OR silently enforce this rule.

    3. A person so much as lifting a finger in any way that does not look like an attempt to break out of the hold can be construed as a physical tap in official competition. It's the referees choice. This is why fighters do not let go when they feel a tap, they let go when the referee pries them off.

    4. Do NOT go to Sherdog forums for MMA information. The forums are filled with idiots now.

  9. dude

    why do they keep trying to push diego. the guys a chump. he never fights anyone good and theres no way he can beat gsp or even come close. he needs to move down to have any chance

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