UFC 226 Live Results, Highlights, Bonus Winners, Social Media Reaction, Attendance And Gate

Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas could be a huge one for the Ultimate Fighting Championship and its main-eventers: Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier.


LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 06: Derrick Lewis poses on the scale during the UFC 226 weigh-in inside T-Mobile Arena on July 6, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Follow along here for the latest results, highlights and social media reaction to UFC 226. The results are below with analysis of each bout in chronological order along with highlights of every finish. After the event, the article will detail the fighters who were awarded performance bonuses as well as the attendance and gate features.


Emily Whitmire def. Jamie Moyle via unanimous decision (29-28×3)
Dan Hooker def. Gilbert Burns via first-round KO

Whitmire Takes Unanimous Decision With Strong 3rd round and Language

After two sleepy rounds, Whitmire hit a well-timed takedown against Moyle. Whitmire maintained top position throughout the third round and took a well-deserved unanimous decision. After the bout, Whitmire had some tough language for Moyle’s coach and her former coach Vinny Malgahaes as he left the cage.

Emily Whitmire defeated Jamie Moyle via unanimous decision. She then called Vinny Magalhaes a piece of shit and told him to go fuck himself. #UFC226 pic.twitter.com/xCioD4hqyr

— MMA mania (@mmamania) July 7, 2018

In the current climate of the UFC, Whitmire’s first Octagon victory and rawness on the microphone will likely earn her some more attention and shine.

I saw Vinny this AM and asked him about that. He said it was a bit weird but Jamie has been a student of his since she was a white belt so his allegiances

UFC 226, headlined by Miocic vs CormierSource: FOX SPORTSFOR only the third time in the UFC’s 25-year history, a reigning champion will fight a reigning champion from another weight class.

Cormier (20-1), the affable light heavyweight champ, is moving up to challenge Miocic (18-2), the most accomplished heavyweight champion in UFC history, in the main event of the UFC’s biggest pay-per-view show of the summer.

“This is the ultimate thing you can do in this sport,” Cormier said. “This is the chance for both of us to prove what we can do in unique circumstances.

“Everybody wants to see this kind of fight but nobody ever actually takes the risk and does it. So let’s do it.”