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UFC 106 Undercard Live Blog: Larson-Foster, Uno-Camoes, Sotiropoulos-Dent

LAS VEGAS -- This is the UFC 106 live blog for welterweights Brock Larson vs. Brian Foster and lightweights Caol Uno vs. Fabricio Camoes and George Sotiropoulos vs. Jason Dent from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.

The first bout is scheduled to begin at 7:30PM ET.

The live blog begins below.

Brock Larson vs. Brian Foster

Round 1: Larson attempts a single leg early on but Foster doesn't go down easy. While Larson is holding onto his leg, Foster is landing strikes. Eventually, though, Larson takes him down. Larson ends up on his back with Foster standing over him landing some overhand rights. Larson connects on a right leg kick to Foster's head while he is on his back and Foster is on his knees. Foster is shaken up and needs time to gather himself. The doctor checks him out and declares that he is OK. Referee Yves Lavigne deducts a point from Larson. A little later, Larson lands a knee strike to Foster's head while Foster's knees are on the ground. Lavigne deducts another point. The round ends. FanHouse scores the round 10-8 in favor of Foster.

Round 2: Early in the round Foster lands a spinning back kick to Larson's body followed by a spinning back fist, which dazes Larson. Larson shoots for a takedown, but Foster stuffs him and lands some strikes to his head in the process. Larson shoots for another takedown, but Foster connects with a right uppercut. Larson end up in a fetal position while Foster lands rights and lefts. Lavigne quickly ends the fight.

Brian Foster def. Brock Larson via TKO (strikes), RD. 2, 3:25

Caol Uno vs. Fabricio Camoes

Round 1: Camoes lands a right leg head kick very early. Crowd is impressed. He then shoots for the single leg and takes Uno down. Uno gets back up right away. Camoes lands a combo, which stuns Uno, but he doesn't fall down. So Camoes grabs him from the back and takes him down in rear naked choke position. Camoes doesn't quite sink his arm under Uno's chin allowing Uno to escape and eventually get up. This excites the pro-Uno crowd greatly. Round ends with Uno landing strikes in Camoes' guard, but he doesn't do enough to win the round. FanHouse scores the round 10-9 in favor of Camoes.

Round 2: Camoes is very aggressive to start the round and comes at him right away with punches. He takes Uno down with a belly-to-belly. Camoes gets docked a point, though, for an illegal upkick while Uno is in his guard. The fighters eventually stand up and Camoes' striking continues to look good. Round ends with little action on the ground. Camoes should have won that round but doesn't do to the point deduction. FanHouse scores the round 10-9 in favor of Camoes (1 point deduction).

Round 3: Uno attempts a spinning back fist, but it doesn't land. Jose Aldo is sitting in the first row showing instructions at Camoes louder than any corner. Uno is in Camoes' guard. He is trying for multiple submissions, but Camoes is doing a good job defending. Round ends with Uno in Camoes' guard landing strikes. FanHouse scores the round 10-9 in favor of Uno.

Fabricio Camoes vs. Caol Uno is declared a majority draw (29-27, 28-28, 28-28).

George Sotiropoulos vs. Jason Dent

Round 1: Both guys start off in a feeling out process. Dent looks a little out of shape. Sotiropoulos is a lot more active with his head movement and combinations. At the halfway mark, Sotiropoulos shoots for the double-leg takedown and lands in Dent's half guard position. He postures up and eventually passes guard into side control. Dent tries to escape, but in the process gives up his back. Sotiropoulos tries for a rear naked choke, but then decides to strike, which allows Dent to turn around. Round ends with Sotiropoulos in full mount raining blows. FanHouse scores the round 10-9 in favor of Sotiropoulos.

Round 2: This round starts off very much the same way as the first round did. Sotiropoulos controls center of the Octagon. He eventually catches a Dent kick and takes him down. Once again, Dent makes the mistake of giving up his back, but Sotiropoulos can't fully capitalize. Sotiropoulos is showing off his solid jiu-jitsu skills by attempting several submission holds. He eventually locks in an armbar and Dent quickly taps.

George Sotiropoulos def. Jason Dent via submission (armbar) -- RD 2, 4:36

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