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UFC 120 Results: Bisping vs. Akiyama, Hardy vs. Condit, More

Michael Bisping vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama will headline UFC 120 card from the O2 Arena in London.FanHouse has UFC 120 results for all of the Oct. 16 UFC 120 fights, plus live coverage from London, live blogs of all the televised fights and live UFC 120 twitter updates.

In the main event, Michael Bisping aims for his second straight win when he faces Yoshihiro Akiyama. Also, Dan Hardy looks to get back on track after losing to Georges St-Pierre against Carlos Condit.

Check out the full results below.

Main Card
Michael Bisping def. Yoshihiro Akiyama by unanimous decision (live blog)
Carlos Condit def. Dan Hardy via first-round KO (live blog)
Mike Pyle def. John Hathaway via unanimous decision (live blog)
Cheick Kongo vs. Travis Browne ruled a draw (live blog)
Claude Patrick def. James Wilks via unanimous decision (live blog)

Alexander Gustafsson def. Cyrille Diabate via submission (rear-naked choke) R2, 2:41
Gustafsson dominated the striking game in the first. It took him three tries to lock in a rear-naked choke in the second, but he eventually did. Very impressive performance by the Swede. No so much for Diabate. He seemed slow out there. - Helwani
Rob Broughton def. Vinicius Kappke de Quieroz via submission (rear-naked choke) R3, 1:46
Broughton dominated on the feet and ground from the get go. He rocked Quieroz a couple times and looked like he might submit him in the 2nd with a guillotine choke, but he finally got it done in the third round with ground and pound, which led to the submission. -- Helwani
Paul Sass def. Mark Holst via submission (triangle choke) - R1, 4:45
Good back-and-forth battle to start, but Sass was tougher on the ground leading to his eighth triangle choke in 11 pro fights. There's a reason why his nickname is "Sassangle." The Liverpudlian wins his UFC debut in his home country. -- Helwani
Spencer Fisher def. Kurt Warburton via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Fabio Maldonado def. James McSweeney via TKO (punches) - R3, 0:48

Steve Cantwell vs. Stanislav Nedkov fight has been scratched.

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