UFC 87 Results LIVE


UFC 87 “Seek and Destroy” features one of the strongest fightcards of the summer. Headlining the card is UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre taking on Jon Fitch who is 8-0 in the UFC. Co-headlining the show is wrestling sensation Brock Lesnar going head-to-head with MMA veteran Heath Herring. Also on the card, The Ultimate Fighter season 1 cast member Kenny “Ken-Flo” Florian taking fellow UFC up and comer Roger “El Matador” Huerta in lightweight superfight. Tonight should be a solid night of fights.

CageToday.com will have the LIVE results of UFC 87 starting with the undercards at 8pm EST with the Pay-Per-View to follow at 10pm EST.



  • Georges St. Pierre vs. Jon Fitch (T)
    Result: Georges St. Pierre defeats Jon Fitch by Unanimous Decision.
  • Brock Lesnar vs. Heath Herring
    Result: Brock Lesnar defeats Heath Herring by Unanimous Decision.
  • Rob Emerson vs. Manny Gamburyan
    Result: Rob Emerson defeats Manny Gamburyan by KO at 0:12 of R1.
  • Kenny Florian vs. Roger Huerta
    Result: Kenny Florian defeats Roger Huerta by Unanimous Decision. (30-27 x3)
  • Jason MacDonald vs. Demian Maia
    Result: Demian Maia defeats Jason MacDonald by Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:44 of R3.


  • Luke Cummo vs. Tamdan McCrory
    Result: Tamdan McCrory defeats Luke Cummo by Unanimous Decision.
  • Dan Evensen vs. Cheick Kongo
    Result: Cheick Kongo defeats Dan Evensen by TKO (Strikes) at 4:55 of R1.
  • Jon Jones vs. Andre Gusmao
    Result: Jon Jones defeats Andre Gusmao by Unanimous Decision
  • Steve Bruno vs. Chris Wilson
    Result: Chris Wilson defeats Steve Bruno by Unanimous Decision.
  • Ryan Thomas vs. Ben Saunders
    Result: Ben Saunders defeats Ryan Thomas by Submission (Armbar) at 2:28 of R2.
UFC 87 Links

UFC 87 News Archive
UFC 87 Preview and Predictions
UFC 87 Betting Odds
UFC 87 Weigh-In Results
Brock Lesnar vs. Mark Coleman Announced
Kenny Florian vs. Roger Huerta
Huerta to train with Team Jackson in NM

UFC 87 Videos

Dana White and Rampage at UFC 87 Press Conference
ESPN Pre-Fight Interview With Brock Lesnar
Dana White UFC 87 Video Blog
Kenny Florian Pre-Fight Interview
Wanderlei Silva Breaks Down UFC 87

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  1. Tim

    August 11, 2008 at 3:29 am

    We could see a match up between Lesnar and Jake Obrien as Jake beat Herring and both are good wrestlers but lesnar has this fight hands down. but i see him fighting Congo or Gonzaga but Gonzaga will be test for him but truly i dont think there is a HWGHT out there that can stop lesnars takedowns and get out from under him. Lesnar will only get better and that is down right Scarry. imagine him with submission skills and being comfortable enough and composed enough in the ring to do whatever he wants to. I am looking forward to following his career from here on out.

  2. roy

    August 11, 2008 at 4:40 am

    i don't think gonzaga or nog will be worried about going to the ground with lesnar, he looked good but should have finished the fight but i'm sure he will only get better he has a ton of power in his hands but still is not that great of a striker his ground and pound can do a ton of damage and might be a better idea than trying for subs that could get him in trouble.

  3. Tim

    August 11, 2008 at 4:49 am

    His strength is unquestionably can not be matched and if so i would love to see that fighter whoever they are fight. The strenght this man posesses is just freaky and scarry he made Herring roll backwards he hit him so hard i have never seen a right hand do so much damage at all and cause the fighte to fly backwards and roll over. Damn he has some power and the scarry thing is he will only get better and stronger and more experienced. Lesnar is turing into a great all around fighter, he should of finished the fight earlier but i honestly think he was toying around and gaining quality cage time, he even tried for a couple submissons but to herrings credit he stayed with it. herring is one tough man but lesnar just demolished him as Dana put it, full on demolished him. i cant wait for his next fight and if Mir beats Nog i predict we will see a lesnar Mir rematch in early 2009.

  4. roy

    August 11, 2008 at 5:35 am

    mir won't beat nog and lesnar should stay away from people like nog or maybe even mir till he gets a couple more fights.

  5. Tim

    August 11, 2008 at 5:42 am

    I agree but by the time Mir and Nog meet Lesnar should have 2 more fights with quality opponents and i am just saying if Mir wins then for marketing purposes and to let Lesnar have a chance at revenge it would make for a great fight. Lesnars next fights should be Congo then if he wins Gonzaga but i could them making a matchup with Obrien too or Hardnik too.

  6. roy

    August 11, 2008 at 6:41 am

    if he can beat congo(should) and gonzaga(maybe not) than a rematch with mir would be good for him,mirs not dangerous on his feet and lesnar needs to now how to avoid subs before fighting someone like nog.i dout he will fight 2 more fights this year though.

  7. Tim

    August 11, 2008 at 7:29 am

    As do i his next probably will not be until November early December but i am hoping for October it could happen now that he has a win in the UFC they can sort of let loose and promote him much better. If Mir beats Nog i truly see Lesnar getting the first crack at Mir in early to Mid 2009 for the title and if not then if lesnar wins 2 more fights i see him fighting the UFC champ at the time in late 2009 to early 2010. i just hope they dont give him coleman that would be a major step down for him as it wouldnt prove much of anything since coleman is over 40 and is past his prime. truly there really are not that many fighters to pick from right now…Congo, Gonzaga, hardnik, obrien maybe even werdum. it honestly doesnt matter who he faces as it will be a great fight and a learning experience, there were some flaws in the herring fight which lesnar points out that he has things to work on. i love his attitude always working on something and getting better and a much scarrier fighter to deal with. He would work Congo the same way he did herring, there is no one that can match his power and strength its unbelievable.

  8. roy

    August 11, 2008 at 7:33 am

    i hope we never see him fight coleman, no need to take steps back, congo is a tough fighter but is a perfect matchup for lesnar.

  9. Oswald Gobblecock

    August 11, 2008 at 11:50 am

    I'm sure he'll run through him as well.

  10. Kash

    August 11, 2008 at 12:07 pm

    Kongo seems like a bigger dick than Lesnar so I wouldn't mind seeing Brock smash him. He just tuned his back on Rogan mid interview. Hopefully Brock can learn arm bars and take out Kongo's right arm so he doesn't do his obsessive compulsive chest pound anymore.

  11. Tim

    August 11, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    Damn strait, i know he cant speak english very well but you dont diss the interview man, how many fights has he had in the UFC at least 3 i think he should know the curriculm by now what a dick. Lesnar has this fight hands down, it will be test for him though as far as strenght wise and skills as congo is a big man but i believe lesnar has the edge in strength and wrestling. remember its about fighting smart not just fighting, lesnar fought a very smart fight with Herring for someone that is so new. He will gain more confidence in their and become very versatile and that is down right scarry. Mid to late 2009 Lesnar will be ufc champ if he wins his next 2-3 fights.

  12. Alex

    August 11, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    I don't think Kongo was speaking bad english. He really does deserve the "tittle". whatever that is. But he'll never have the title.

  13. tom

    August 11, 2008 at 4:21 pm

    good card and brock is for real

  14. the "real"

    August 14, 2008 at 3:31 pm

    Best card I have seen in awhile. Its not often I feel like I got my PPV money's worth.

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