This is the UFC 146 live blog for Sam Stout vs. Spencer Fisher, a lightweight bout on tonight's UFC on FX 4 event from the Revel Casino in Atlantic City.
Stout, who has won won two of his last three UFC fights, will square off against Fisher, who has lost four of his past five UFC fights, on the main card.
Check out the UFC on FX 4 live blog below.
Round 1: Kevin Mulhall is your ref. Opening minute looks just like their first two fights, darting in and out of range and scoring points where they can. Fisher lands a crisp left around the two-minute mark. Stout slips, right back to his feet, lands a left. Stout gets a takedown with about two minutes left. Stalemate for awhile before Fisher lands a couple elbows. One minute left, Stout continuing with occasional short elbows in Fisher's guard. Back to their feet with 45 seconds left. Stout with a double-leg takedown, Fisher back to his feet. Stout with a body kick, Fisher with a spinning back kick at the horn. MMAFighting scores round one for Sam Stout, 10-9.
Round 2: Fisher connecting on counterpunches in the early going. A clinch about 90 seconds in. Fisher whiffs on a spinning back fist. Still standing. Midway through, it's either fighter's round. Still standing with a minute left. Mulhall calls time after a Fisher kick lands low. Stout with a takedown, one minute left. This won't go down as the most classic round of the trilogy. MMAFighting scores the round for Sam Stout, 10-9 (20-18 overall).
Round 3: Fisher shows urgency early, landing a standing elbow and a right hook. Both guys landing shots, neither with a clear advantage. Two minutes in. Still a boxing match, at least until Stout lands a solid body kick. Stout with a front kick. Midway through. Stout with a double-leg takedown. Takedowns likely to make the difference in the fight. Two minutes left. Stout scores a second takedown with a minute left. Mulhall curiously re-stands them with 30 seconds left. They're winging punches late. Both guys cut open. MMAFighting scores the round for Sam Stout, 10-9 (30-27 overall).
Sam Stout def. Spencer Fisher via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27).