UFC 81 Results Live (Updated)

Brock Lesnar weigh-in

Brock Lesnar weigh-in

UFC 81 “Breaking Point” takes place February 2 from the Mandalay Event Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The undercard fights start around 8pm EST followed by the Pay-Per-View main card starting at 10pm EST.

Cage Today will have the live results of UFC 81 from start to finish starting around 8pm EST, followed by the PPV at 10pm EST.

The WWE has purchased 30+ ring side tickets for the fight.

Main Card

  • Tim Sylvia vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
    Result: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira defeats Tim Sylvia by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:28 of R3.
  • Brock Lesnar vs. Frank Mir
    Result: Frank Mir defeats Brock Lesnar by Submission (Ankle Lock) at 1:30 of R1.

  • Nate Marquardt vs. Jeremy Horn
    CT R1: 10-9 Marquardt
    Result: Nate Marquardt defeats Jeremy Horn by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:37 of R2.

  • Rob Yundt vs. Ricardo Almeida
    Result: Ricardo Almeida defeats Rob Yundt by Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:08 of R1.
  • Gleison Tibau Vs. Tyson Griffin
    CT R1: 10-9 Griffin
    CT R2: 10-9 Griffin
    CT R3: 10-9 Griffin
    Result: Tyson Griffin defeats Gleison Tibau by Unanimous Decision. (30-27 x3)

Under Card

  • Chris Lytle Vs. Kyle Bradley
    Result: Chris Lytle defeats Kyle Bradley by TKO (Strikes) at 0:33 of R1.
  • David Heath vs. Tim Boetsch
    Result: Tim Boetsch defeats David Heath by TKO (Strikes) at 4:52 of R1.
  • Terry Martin vs. Marvin Eastman
    Result: Marvin Eastman defeats Terry Martin by Unanimous Decision. (30-27 x2 and 29-28)
  • Rob Emerson vs. Keita Nakamura
    Result: Rob Emerson defeats Keita Nakamura by Split Decision. (30-27 x2, 29-28)
UFC 81 Links

UFC 81 News Archive
UFC 81 Weigh-In Results
Tim Sylvia Getting Freaky with the UFC Belt

UFC 81 Videos

UFC 81 Press Conference Videos
Rob Emerson “Gangsta Go’s To Jail” Video
ESPN Interview with Brock Lesnar
ESPN Interview with Frank Mir
ESPN Interview with Tim Sylvia
ESPN Interview with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir III
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir II
Raw Las Vegas Interview with Frank Mir I

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  1. dane drebin

    February 3, 2008 at 2:07 pm

    i know what an accomplishment hahaha its been snowing every fuckin day here so i havent had to work much lately hahah guess ive had a lot of time on my hands.

    i think mir would lose to nog. nog is the best in the world at the only thing mir is really good at. not taking anything way from mir i just think nog would beat him on the feat and he wouldnt be able to submit nog. ithink nogs a bad matchup for mir imo.

  2. whodini

    February 3, 2008 at 2:09 pm

    mir did the same thing he did to tsank abbot he showed lesner what mma is all about not being a pussy although brock is still new ol frankie boy showed him what was up go back to the wwe brock to that fake shit or go to brazil and learn some ju jit fuck face or go home

  3. dane drebin

    February 3, 2008 at 2:36 pm

    mir should just be thankfull the reff wasnt normal and didnt just say "watch the back of the head"

    he stood them up when lesnar was about to finish the fight. i thought that was very crazy and unfair. meanwhile matt serra can hit george in the back of the head to win a world title but hey i guess the rules are different when u are 285 pounds.

    i say lesnar wins against mir the majority of the time. all had to do was stand and trade with mir he got a standing knock down with one punch. im happy for mir cuz he needed the win but brock will be champ sooner than later mark my words

  4. kom34

    February 3, 2008 at 3:52 pm

    mazagatti sucks. he stops fights too late all the time and sometimes he risks the other guy getting hurt. yeah, he took a point away and that was stupid. but i think any good ref would have stopped action and gave lesnar a verbal warning. lesnar was too out of control and he was pounding the back of mirs head. serra did a hook behind the ear to get gsp woozy, thats totally different. thats a great spot for a ko too, aim for the back of the guys ear.

  5. Nicks

    February 3, 2008 at 5:53 pm

    Mir did Lesnar same he did to Silvia but Lesnar didnt want to have his arm broke so he stood up and left the leg. Mir won and pretty easily when compared to the Nogueira Silvia battle. Mir deserves a title shot he held the belt even though it was years ago.

  6. JOE

    February 3, 2008 at 7:09 pm

    Wow, I was spot on with all the predictions this time. By the way, welcome back Scot. I thought this was a pretty good card. Even though I predicted Mir to win, I'd have to say Brock looked impressive for his second fight. Likewise, Tim Sylvia actually looked good in this fight. I was so happy to see him get choked out though. I had every guy in my house doing push-ups after Nate beat Horn. It'll be interesting to see what will happen next. I don't think Mir should get a shot at the title just yet.

  7. patrickgamil

    February 3, 2008 at 10:14 pm

    Congo vs. Sylvia would be great. striking.

    Congo's best advantage would be kicks. Maybe if one thought they were better on the mat they actually be smart to go for the chute ! – that would be funny and interesting. or maybe they'd not worry about what they do better, and just do what they do THEIR best – stand punch/kick.

    Congo's easier to takedown than sylvia so would lose against gonzaga nog or werdum and get submitted cause they'd eventuallty take it to the ground.

    I'm not sure about AA / Nog on the mat.

    AA may have bit more power standing and punching but i dont see him KOing Nog, even keeping it standing and going for the decision win would be be pretty unlikely, but maybe not immpossible. Nog would probably find a way to take it to the ground and win.

    Actually CroCop if he's around long enough to get a shot at Nog has a chance although he got armbarred by Nog in pride – but i think he was clearly winning until then (classic nog).

    i think gonzaga or werdum would be the biggest threat to nogueira or sylvia again some day.

    It's not likely anyone of these guys would KO Nogueira, not even Tim as he connected. Maybe Tim 1/10 or 1/20 even – although the guys never been Ko'd

    If I was nogueira i'd retire while I still have clear brains – for sure on the short term he's

  8. patrickgamil

    February 3, 2008 at 10:27 pm

    Maybe Randy will fight nogueira. The only W couture could get would be to clinch, dirty box, mma box for 5 rounds and squeek a decision. hard to imagine nog getting trapped in the 1 fight that he'd not easily dominate Couture – Gnp to KO Nog extremely unlikely. Maybe if couture could avoid being subbed he'd squeek a decision on the may – but probablt not.

    I think it was his night against GG – but that he'd lose to gonzaga most of the time. GG was gagging on blood from the one TD and stillbroke coutures arm.

    The best chances to beat nog are the guys who hard very hard to sub

    Barnett has a 1/2 chance.

    Fedor would pummel Nog for 5 rnds and get the decision.

  9. michael spencer

    February 4, 2008 at 12:45 am

    hmmm very dissapointed with the refs of the ufc, every ppl some bad decision is made by the ref which changes affects the outcome of the fight. Also the judges are now seeing effective striking as being more valuable than takedowns, eg. rob emerson and tyson griffen winning by decision when they were getting takedown more than once in each round. they were both close fights and the nod could have gone either way, but if this was last year, the judges would definately have scored higher for takedowns, eg. Tito v Forrest. so Im not happy with the consitency of the ufc and its rules, and saying its a growing sport is no excuse because the UFC has been around for 15 years now, they have had enough time to get things right. Thats Steve Mazzagatti has F'd up tooooo many fights, the only ref that rarely stuff up is big john but hes gone, so the ufc really need to start worrying considering mazzagatti is one of their most experienced refs. I wonder if Dana hired some mma smart fans to work for him the ufc would run smoother. for example instead of 3 old dudes who dont know shit about mma, like cecil (seriously why is he relied on judge a bout), dana have 3 fans as judges, who will actually watch the fight and know whats going on, who has the better position etc so when it comes to a close decision like hammil v bisping, the right call is made. I think the judges picked bisping coz of the cheering and not coz of the match itself. But yeh at least 3 fans would pay attention. UFC NEEDS NEW JUDGES AND REFS!!!!!

  10. michael spencer

    February 4, 2008 at 12:48 am

    ufc night of the gullitine choke! normally fighters usually pop out. so seeing 3 wins by gullitine on one card is eerie

  11. patrickgamil

    February 4, 2008 at 3:31 am

    it response to michael spencer:

    i agree about the refs (being instructed) to stand things up relentlessly is very disappointing and effects the fairness and outcome of fights. Dana thinks it will sell more – but i predict that other orgs that treat it more like a sport than entertainment will actually sell more – reason: there is wwf and stuff already and if people wanted punches and kicks exclusively K-1 and the likes would sell the most.

    the lowest common denominator is not as low as dana thinks. it is pretty low though to be fair – just listen to the boos for almost anything other than total abandoned flailing. if you are against big tim dont stand and bang. i dont mind hong man, kimbo and lesnar's – they are interesting and use what they got and they make it less homogeneous.

    god bless america but they're baseball is not the WORLD series and they should have their own net hight for ping pong….

  12. Nate Fury

    February 4, 2008 at 9:03 am

    The heavyweight picture I would like to unfold. (UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion) Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira vs. (UFC Heavyweight Champion) Randy Couture. Former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir vs. Fabricio Werdum. Cheick Kongo vs. Heath Herring, with former UFC heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia fighting the winner. Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski vs. Jake O'Brien. Mirco Cro Cop vs. Brandon Vera. Brock Lesnar vs. Gabriel Gonzaga.

  13. dane drebin

    February 4, 2008 at 9:37 am

    i think they should give brock a non bjj guy for his next fight

  14. roy

    February 4, 2008 at 10:49 am

    to bad you won't see randy or aa in the ufc anymore probally not cro cop either.

  15. dane drebin

    February 4, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    soon all the heavyweights will leave and we will see eddie sanchez as champion hahahahaha i kid i kid

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