UFC 84 Results LIVE


UFC 84 “ILL WILL” which features the long awaited battle for the 155lb title belt between UFC Lightweight Champion BJ “The Prodigy” Penn and former UFC champion Sean “The Muscle Shark” Sherk.

CageToday will have the live results of the preliminary card starting around 8pm EST, followed by the complete play-by-play results of the main event starting at 10pm EST.


  • BJ Penn vs. Sean Sherk

    Round 1: The fight starts out aggressively with both fighters trading punches. Penn goes for a strike and Sherk attempts a takedown, which Penn escapes. Both fighters exchange punches. Sherk lands several punches, but Penn counters with the same. Penn is just out pointing Sherk, landing more accurate strikes. Sherk has a cut below his right eye. Both fighters keep it standing and continue exchanging punches. Penn is landing a few more solid strikes than Sherk. CT: 10-9 Penn

    Round 2: The second round begins with both fighters continuing to exchange punches. The fighters spend the round boxing and exchanging strikes, Penn is definitely getting the upper hand. Both Sherks eyes are bleeding. CT: 10-9 Penn

    Round 3: Round three begins the same way as the previous rounds with both fighters exchanging strikes. Penn’s pace is slowing down a little as he attempts a lazy takedown, which is easily avoided by Sherk. The fighters keep exchanging punches, Sherk tries landing more leg kicks, with little success. Penn lands a good combination, Sherk backs up to the cage. Penn See’s an opportunity and lands a flying knee, dropping Sherk. Penn tastes blood and tries to end it. it looks like Sherk was saved by the bell, but the fight is stopped after referee, Mario Yamasaki evaluated the downed Sherk.
    Result: BJ Penn defeats Sean Sherk by TKO (Knee, Strikes) at 5:00 of R3.

  • Keith Jardine vs. Wanderlei Silva
    Round 1: Jardine pushes the pace by aggressively going after Silva with punches and low leg kicks reminiscent of his fight with Chuck Liddell. Jardine lands a low kick, but Silva counters with a punch that rocks Jardine to the ground. Silva quickly pounces on Jardine and referee Steve Mazzagatti stops the fight at 0:36 of the first round. Jardine looks hurt and stiff like a board. He later slightly recovers just enough to stumble out of the cage with his team.
    Result: Wanderlei Silva defeats Keith Jardine by KO (Punches) at 0:36 of R1.
  • Wilson Gouveia vs. Goran Reljic

    Round 1: Gouveia lands and inside leg kick, Reljic counters and lands a kick to the head. Gouveia is landing leg kicks, while Reljic lands left kicks to the head of Gouveia. All of Reljic’s strikes are coming from the left side. Reljic lands two more left kicks and Gouveia’s shoulder is turning red. Gouveia gets more aggressive and lands several punches, but Reljic pulls guard and the round ends on the ground.

    Round 2: Both fighters are cautious starting out and Reljic lands the first effective kick to the head. Gouveia hits Reljic with a left hook that dropped him. Gouveia lands punch after punch from on top while Reljic was up pinned against the fence. Gouveia dominates on the ground and continues to punish Reljic from the top position. Reljic managed to get back to his feet and lands a left hook to the temple of Gouveia which hurts and drops him. Reljic continues to pound on him until referee Herb Dean stops the fight at the 3:15 mark.
    Result: Goran Reljic defeats Wilson Gouveia by TKO (Punches) at 3:15 of R2.

  • Lyoto Machida vs. Tito Ortiz

    Round 1: Machida lands the first leg kick, both fighters attempt a kick and missed. Ortiz attempts a takedown and later lands a knee to the head of Machida. Machida continues to land leg kicks. Machida lands a head kick escapes takedown attempts. Machida lands several kicks and takes Ortiz down into side control and lands several punches until the end of the round. CT: 10-9 Machida.

    Round 2: Round two starts with both fighters playing it safe. Machida lands several kicks and avoids strikes from Ortiz. Ortiz is not playing aggressively and seems to be having trouble predicting Machida. Ortiz pulled guard but Machida quickly got back up. Machida lands a knee to the head of Ortiz. Ortiz drops his hands and taunts Machida who lands punches to his head. Ortiz ends the round with a body kick to Machida. CT: 10-9 Machida.

    Round 3: The most exciting part of beginning of this round is when the referee, Yves Lavigne, falls to the ground while running backwards. Machida gets Ortiz in the clinch and Ortiz attempts to take Machida down. Both fighters look tired and are separated by the referee. Machida drops Ortiz with a knee to the body and lands several more punches in Ortiz’ guard. Ortiz gets Machida in a triangle choke, turns it into an arm-bar, where Machida manages to escape. Ortiz ends the round with a few punches to the head of Machida. CT: 10-9 Machida

    Result: Lyoto Machida defeats Tito Ortiz by Unanimous Decision. (30-27 x3)

  • Thiago Silva vs. Antonio Mendes
    Round 1: Round one began with Mendes landing a partially blocked left roundhouse to the head of Silva, which dropped him to the floor. Mendes came out strong, however Silva was able to take Mendes to the ground. Silva had full mount where he landed punch after punch. Finally Mendes had enough and tapped out at 2:24.

    Result: Thiago Silva defeats Antonio Mendes by Tapout (Strikes from the Mount) at 2:24 of R1.


  • Rousimar Palhares vs. Ivan Salaverry
    Result: Rousimar Palhares defeats Ivan Salaverry defeats Submission (Armbar) at 2:36 in R1.
  • Kazuhiro Nakamura vs. Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou
    Result: Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou defeats Kazuhiro Nakamura by TKO (Strikes) at 5:00 of R1.
  • Terry Etim vs. Rich Clementi
    Result: Rich Clementi defeats Terry Etim by Unanimous Decision.
  • Jon “War Machine” Koppenhaver vs. Yoshiyuki Yoshida
    Result: Yoshiyuki Yoshida defeats Jon Koppenhaver by Submission (Anaconda choke) at 0:56 of R1.
  • Dong-Hyun Kim vs. Jason Tan
    Result: Dong Hyun Kim defeats Jason Tan by KO (Elbows) at 0:25 of R3.
  • Shane Carwin vs. Christian Wellisch
    Result: Shane Carwin defeats Christian Wellisch KO (Punch) at 0:44 of R1.
UFC 84 Links

UFC 84 Results
UFC 84 News Archive
UFC 84 Preview, Analysis and Predictions
UFC 84 Weigh-In Results
UFC 84 Betting Odds
Sean Sherk Reinstated

UFC 84 Videos

UFC 84 Weigh-In Video
Funny BJ Penn Interview
In the gym with Tito Ortiz
BJ Penn vs. Sean Sherk Preview Video
BJ Penn Training
Raw Las Vegas: Wanderlei Silva Training for UFC 84
ESPN Interviews Keith Jardine
Tito Ortiz calls Dana White a “Gangster”


  1. tom

    May 7, 2008 at 11:52 pm


    Wanderlei Silva but who knows,but im going with silva

    i hope tito

    Wilson Gouveia

    Thiago Silva


    May 8, 2008 at 12:38 am

    Penn, all the muscles in the world wont bring you talent

    Wandi, isn't going down four straight

    Machiada, bye bye tito have fun with jenna

    Silva, look out but hes in the title hunt after this

  3. kom34

    May 8, 2008 at 1:26 am






    too bad we can't see those last two undercard fights, they look pretty good.

  4. roy

    May 8, 2008 at 5:01 am








  5. Ryan S

    May 8, 2008 at 12:32 pm

    I completely agree with everyone except tom

  6. Businessman

    May 24, 2008 at 5:49 am

    WOW…Sherk looks a lot smaller for someone that claims to be clean. Interesting!

  7. donny

    May 24, 2008 at 8:28 am

    BJ Penn better punish this guy, i hope it stays standing….

  8. Morey

    May 24, 2008 at 8:47 am

    This card is great I just hope the fights live up to it. I think this will be the best UFC so far this year.

  9. tom

    May 24, 2008 at 10:30 am

    wow john lost fast damn..

  10. Arthur

    May 24, 2008 at 12:57 pm

    Ortiz lost WTF!! How could he lose to that fag Machida

  11. derek

    May 24, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    i wonder if they gave ortiz the mic. looks like dana got the last laugh. what would have been money was if after the lyoto-ortiz fight, dana white come into the octagon wearing a shirt that said "ortiz is my bitch!"

  12. Onri

    May 24, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    Not only did they give Tito the mic but he talked as long as he wanted to. I can't believe Tito almost had a submission win, thats just crazy. That one got me to my feet.

  13. dane drebin

    May 24, 2008 at 3:24 pm

    ya i think machida is super talented fighter but i dont respect him because he never seems to truely lay it on the line and try to make exciting fights. congrats on his win but he had plenty of oppurtunities to end the fight and pusied out and ran away. people pay to see a fight not a snooze fest. he's a great fighter but id love to see someone finally get ahold of him and pound his face into a mess

  14. Nik

    May 24, 2008 at 3:35 pm

    BJ is the man.

  15. T476

    May 24, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    booo urns.

  16. Wendy

    May 24, 2008 at 4:34 pm

    help! cant find results from card 2nite. using mt phone. dad needs 2 know.thx!

  17. Oswald Gobblecock

    May 24, 2008 at 4:40 pm

    Arthur, not only did Machida beat Tito, he str8 up made him look terrible and Machida's no joke. I can't believe Machida was the one who took Tito down.

    As for Wanderlei and Jardine, I'm so glad to see the old Wanderlei back. Jardine looked way over confident coming in, I never like fights to end so quickly but I was entertained by this despite the shortness of it and it shows in my opinion that Jardine was lucky against Liddell and Forrest.

    BJ is awesome and I don't really think there's another 155 lb fighter who can take him so I'd like to see him go for GSP at 170 if he can stay in good shape!

  18. Morey

    May 24, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    I always thought that the best quality of Jardine was his chin. Even when Houston pummeled him it seemed like he took a lot of punishment before he went out. I underestimated Silva in this fight because his power flashed Jardine 3 times and he left with a bad concussion.

    Machida is too safe thats right. I used to train in Shotokan karate and in tournaments you strike, earn a point, and reset. I think he is still doing that because he attacks and then looks for an escape while he's attacking. I don't think Tito sucked, he didn't gas and he gave it his all. In the end he wasn't fast enough. Going for a leg on Machida is not good, he should have tried for the body lock on his elusive ass. Tito left with class and I'm glad the UFC let him have the mic.

  19. tom

    May 25, 2008 at 1:40 am

    i also thought jardine had a super strong chin… yeah machida is a girl he runs away then attacks then runs away

  20. bob anda

    May 25, 2008 at 3:25 am

    Well I just got through watching the fight and the only dissappoiintment was Ortiz Machida. I will NEVER pay another nickel up my hard earned money to watch Kalib Machida fight again!

    Yes he won the fight but what a boring fighter he looked scared to me running like a bitch.

    I think a point should have been taken away for his Kalib Starnes type defense. Not even a warning what a bunch of bull S__t!

  21. Nicks

    May 25, 2008 at 4:06 am

    Machida is no Kalib and won't ever be.

    While Machida style is very very slow sometimes he does finish guys and almost finished Tito with a knee to the body. He just dances kinda like ali alwas moving and he throws alot of fakes to make he oppoent react more.

    I give Tito props for almost locking that triangle that was sweet.

    Jardine had a ruff night I was rooting for the axe-murder but no one wants to see someone get that messed up.

    Sherk was not doing many takedown. It possible he probly he hand like Shamrock.

    BJ "The Prodigy" Penn vs GSP the rematch would be crazygoodshit.

  22. Oswald Gobblecock

    May 25, 2008 at 4:08 am

    I don't know, his defense seemed good to me. All Kalib did was run away and lost all 3 rounds. Machida won all 3 of his rounds. Everytime Tito went in he missed an Machida scored. It might not have been exciting but it worked and made Tito look bad.

    Tito was the much bigger fighter and even when he got ahold of Machida he still couldn't take him down. Machida took Tito down though plus out struck him. To me, that's nothin like what Kalib Starnes did.

  23. Morey

    May 25, 2008 at 4:39 am

    I agree that Machida is tough. Most of the time he isn't exciting but when he attacks he can be an animal. Just watch his highlight clips. His dancing is nice because he can set up roundhouses in a split second. Some of those guys you can see them drop their back foot for a roundhouse a mile away.

    The fight was boring to me because I couldn't see how Tito was going to get to him. I thought that maybe if he got close to the cage he could charge in for a takedown off the fence. But Machida never lets himself get near the fence.

    To me Machida is the Tim Duncan of MMA. Efficient and boring, but they still win.

  24. Morey

    May 25, 2008 at 4:49 am

    I just found out that Jardine made only 10 grand. That is rediculous for a guy that beats Forrest and Chuck, who spent the night at the hospital.

  25. roy

    May 27, 2008 at 2:03 am

    machida is good but boring, bj vs gsp,and i hope jardine is o.k., there goes all the money he made.

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