UFC-Glasgow medical suspensions: 'Fight of the Night' recipient Daniel Teymur gets potential 6-month term

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A “Fight of the Night” bout between Danny Henry and Daniel Teymur at UFC Fight Night 113 left one fighter with a potentially long medical suspension.

Teymur (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) needs doctor’s clearance for his right hand after going three hard rounds with Henry (11-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC), who earned a unanimous-decision win. Otherwise, he faces a six-month suspension, according to medical suspensions the UFC sent to MMAjunkie.

UFC Fight Night 113 took place Sunday at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. The main card aired on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

The UFC acts as the de-facto athletic commission in jurisdictions where MMA isn’t officially sanctioned.

All 24 fighters were given a minimum suspension of seven days if not suspended longer for more serious injuries. Four fighters were given potential six-month terms requiring doctor’s clearance.

Event headliner Gunnar Nelson (16-3-1 MMA, 7-3 UFC) is out 45 days following his first-round TKO loss to Santiago Ponzinibbio (25-3 MMA, 7-2 UFC) in the event’s headliner. Ponzinibbio also took home a $50,000 bonus for “Performance of the Night.”

The full list of UFC Fight Night 113 medical suspensions that last more than seven days include:

  • Gunnar Nelson: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO
  • Cynthia Calvillo: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact; left forearm X-ray was negative
  • Joanne Calderwood: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact for hard bout
  • Paul Felder: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact for right eyelid laceration
  • Stevie Ray: suspended 60 days with 45 days no contact for TKO
  • Jack Marshman: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact for hard bout; CT scan negative
  • Ryan Lanes: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact for right cheek laceration
  • Paul Craig: suspended 60 days with 45 days no contact for TKO; head CT was negative
  • James Mulheron: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for hard bout
  • Justin Willis: suspended 180 days or until cleared by doctor for ribs; suspended a minimum of 30 days
  • Bobby Nash: suspended 45 days with 30 days no contact for TKO
  • Alexandre Pantoja: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact
  • Neil Seery: suspended 180 days or until cleared by doctor for ribs; suspended a minimum of 45 days
  • Charlie Ward: suspended 60 days with 45 days no contact for KO
  • Daniel Teymur: suspended 180 days or until cleared by doctor for right hand; suspended a minimum 45 days
  • Brett Johns: suspended 180 days or until cleared by negative MRI on right shoulder; suspended a minimum 30 days
  • Albert Morales: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact for brow laceration
  • Leslie Smith: suspended 30 days with 21 days no contact; X-ray was negative
  • Amanda Lemos: suspended 180 days or until cleared by negative X-ray on right thumb; suspended a minimum 45 days

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 113 post-event facts: Knockouts, rare finishes and striking records

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The UFC made its second trip to Scotland with Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 113 event at SSE Hydro in Glasgow with an FS1-televised card that followed early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

In the main event, Santiago Ponzinibbio (25-3 MMA, 7-2) put on the performance of his career when he knocked out highly regarded welterweight Gunnar Nelson (16-3-1 MMA, 7-3 UFC) in just 82 seconds.

Ponzinibbio’s victory closed out a 12-fight card with seven stoppages, but none was more significant than what “Gente Boa” did in the headliner.

For more on the numbers behind the UFC’s latest fight card, check below for 40 post-event facts to come out of UFC Fight Night 113.

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General

Gunnar Nelson

The UFC-Reebok Athlete Outfitting payout for the event totaled $77,500.

Debuting fighters went 3-3 at the event.

Ponzinibbio, Paul Felder, Danny Henry and Daniel Teymur earned $50,000 UFC Fight Night 113 fight-night bonuses.

UFC Fight Night 113 drew an announced attendance of 10,589 for a live gate of $1.2 million.

Betting favorites went 9-3 on the card.

Total fight time for the 12-bout card was 1:56:48.

Main card

Santiago Ponzinibbio

Ponzinibbio’s five-fight UFC winning streak in welterweight competition is tied with Kamaru Usman for the second longest active streak in the division behind Demian Maia (seven).

Ponzinibbio has earned 20 of his 25 career victories by stoppage. He’s earned 16 of those wins in Round 1.

Ponzinibbio’s four first-round knockout victories in UFC welterweight competition are tied for second most in divisional history behind Anthony Johnson (five).

Nelson fell to 0-2 in UFC main-event appearances.

Nelson fell to 3-3 in his past six fights after starting his career on a 15-fight unbeaten streak.

Nelson suffered the first knockout loss of his career.

Cynthia Calvillo

Cynthia Calvillo (6-0 MMA, 3-0 UFC) became the first UFC fighter to earn three victories in 2017.

Calvillo’s three-fight UFC winning streak in strawweight competition is tied with Felice Herrig for the second-longest active streak in the division behind champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk (eight).

Calvillo has completed at least one takedown in all three of her UFC appearances.

Joanne Calderwood (11-3 MMA, 3-3 UFC) suffered consecutive losses for the first time in her career.

Calderwood suffered the first decision loss of her career.

Paul Felder

Felder (14-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) has earned nine of his 14 career victories by knockout.

Stevie Ray (22-7 MMA, 5-2 UFC) suffered the first knockout loss of his career.

Jack Marshman (22-6 MMA, 2-1 UFC) improved to 10-2 in his past 12 fights.

Ryan Janes (9-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) suffered consecutive losses for the first time in his career.

Khalil Rountree (6-2 MMA, 2-2 UFC) has earned all of his career stoppage victories by knockout.

Khalil Rountree

Paul Craig (9-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) has suffered consecutive losses after starting his career on a nine-fight winning streak.

Craig has suffered both of his career losses by knockout.

James Mulheron (11-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) suffered the first decision loss of his career.

Preliminary card

Danny Roberts

Danny Roberts (14-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) has earned 11 of his 14 career victories by stoppage.

Bobby Nash (8-3 MMA, 0-2 UFC) has suffered both of his career stoppage losses by knockout.

Neil Seery (16-13 MMA, 3-4 UFC) retired from MMA competition following his submission loss.

Seery has alternated wins and losses over his past five UFC appearances.

Galore Bofando (5-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has earned four of his five career victories by stoppage.

Galore Bofando

Bofando earned the ninth knockout victory in UFC history stemming from a slam.

Charlie Ward (3-3 MMA, 0-2 UFC) has suffered all three of his career losses by knockout.

Ward has suffered both his UFC losses in a total fight time of 3:03.

Teymur (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) had his six-fight winning streak snapped for the first defeat of his career.

Brett Johns’ (14-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) 14-fight MMA winning streak is the second longest among active UFC bantamweight fighters behind Jimmie Rivera (19).

Johns has earned both of his UFC victories by decision .

Albert Morales (7-2-1 MMA, 1-2-1 UFC) suffered the first decision loss of his career.

Leslie Smith

Leslie Smith (10-7-1 MMA, 4-3 UFC) has earned both of her UFC stoppage victories by knockout .

Smith became the first fighter in UFC history to land 100 or more significant strikes in two women’s bantamweight bouts. She accomplished the feat over her past two fights.

Amanda Lemos (6-1-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) had her seven-fight unbeaten streak snapped for the first defeat of her career.

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

FightMetric research analyst and live statistics producer Michael Carroll contributed to this story. Follow him on Twitter @MJCflipdascript.

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UFC Fight Night 113 Athlete Outfitting pay: Event sees 2nd lowest payout in program history

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GLASGOW – Fighters from Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 113 event took home UFC Athlete Outfitting pay, a program that launched after the UFC’s deal with Reebok, totaling $77,500.

UFC Fight Night 113 took place at SSE Hydro in Glasgow. The card aired on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

No one on the card registered higher than the second tier of the program payout structure, meaning the largest payday came in at just $5,000. Only one event in the more than two year history of the Athlete Outfitting program has featured a lower payout total, and that was UFC Fight Night 76 in October 2015, which came in at $62,500.

The full UFC Fight Night 113 UFC Athlete Outfitting payouts included:

Santiago Ponzinibbio: $5,000
def. Gunnar Nelson: $5,000

Cynthia Calvillo: $2,500
def. Joanne Calderwood: $5,000

Paul Felder: $5,000
def. Stevie Ray: $5,000

Jack Marshman: $2,500
def. Ryan Janes: $2,500

Khalil Rountree: $2,500
def. Paul Craig: $2,500

Justin Willis: $2,500
def. James Mulheron: $2,500

Danny Roberts: $2,500
def. Bobby Nash: $2,500

Alexandre Pantoja: $2,500
def. Neil Seery: $5,000

Galore Bofando: $2,500
def. Charlie Ward: $2,500

Danny Henry: $2,500
def. Daniel Teymur: $2,500

Brett Johns: $2,500
def. Albert Morales: $2,500

Leslie Smith: $5,000
def. Amanda Lemos: $2,500

Under the UFC Athlete Outfitting program’s payout tiers, which appropriate the money generated by Reebok’s multi-year sponsorship with the UFC, fighters are paid based on their total number of UFC bouts, as well as Zuffa-era WEC fights (January 2007 and later) and Zuffa-era Strikeforce bouts (April 2011 and later). Fighters with 1-5 bouts receive $2,500 per appearance; 6-10 bouts get $5,000; 11-15 bouts earn $10,000; 16-20 bouts pocket $15,000; and 21 bouts and more get $20,000. Additionally, champions earn $40,000 while title challengers get $30,000.

In addition to experience-based pay, UFC fighters will receive in perpetuity royalty payments amounting to 20-30 percent of any UFC merchandise sold that bears their likeness, according to officials.

Full 2017 UFC-Reebok sponsorship payouts:

Year-to-date total: $3,190,000
2016 total: $7,138,000
2015 total: $3,185,000
Program-to-date total: $13,513,000

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Fight Tracks: The walkout songs of UFC Fight Night 113, where the Eminem curse was diluted with Kendrick Lamar

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While it takes intense training, world-class skills and maybe even a bit of luck to register a UFC win, picking the right song to accompany you to the cage is a key talent, as well.

See what the fighters of Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 113 in Glasgow went with as their backing tracks – including Khalil Rountree avoiding the dreaded Eminem curse by mixing in a little Kendrick Lamar.

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Santiago Ponzinibbio def. Gunnar Nelson via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 1:22

Santiago Ponzinibbio: “Hablando de la Libertad” by La Renga

Gunnar Nelson: “Way Down We Go” by Kaleo

Cynthia Calvillo def. Joanne Calderwood via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Cynthia Calvillo: “Jump Around” by House of Pain

Joanne Calderwood: “Protect Your Mind” by DJ Sakin

Paul Felder def. Stevie Ray via knockout (elbows) – Round 1, 3:57

Paul Felder: “Shipping Up to Boston (Merc Dudes in Brooklyn Remix)” by Dropkick Murphys

Stevie Ray: “Amazing Grace” by The Royal Scots Dragoon Guard

Jack Marshman def. Ryan Janes via unanimous decision (29-28 29-28, 29-28)

Jack Marshman: “Tick Tock” by Giggs

Ryan Janes: “The Islander” by Navigators

Khalil Rountree def. Paul Craig via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 4:56

Khalil Rountree: “Let Me Fly” by DMX

Paul Craig: “Alive” by Chase & Status

Justin Willis def. James Mulheron via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Justin Willis: “DNA/Till I Collapse” by Kendrick Lamar/Eminem

James Mulheron: “Can’t Hold Us” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Danny Roberts def. Bobby Nash via knockout (punches) – Round 2, 3:59

Danny Roberts: “Rise & Fall” by Michael Molley & Alex Evans

Bobby Nash: “Come with Me Now” by KONGOS

Alexandre Pantoja def. Neil Seery via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 2:31

Alexandre Pantoja: “Many Men (Wish Death)” by 50 Cent

Neil Seery: “Charlie Brown” by Coldplay

Galore Bofando def. Charlie Ward via knockout (slam) – Round 1, 2:10

Galore Bofando: “I Am a Champion” by Best Football Motivation Ever

Charlie Ward: “Litty” by Meek Mill feat. Tory Lanez

Danny Henry def. Daniel Teymur via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-26)

Danny Henry: “Underdog” by Kasabian

Daniel Teymur: “Suryoyo Football Song”

Brett Johns def. Albert Morales via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-25)

Brett Johns: “Not Giving In” by Rudimental feat. John Newman

Albert Morales: “Belizean Warrior” by Fuego

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Leslie Smith def. Amanda Lemos via TKO (strikes) – Round 2, 2:53

Leslie Smith: “Welcome to Jamrock” by Damian Marley

Amanda Lemos: “Scarlet Begonias” by Sublime

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 113 bonuses: Santiago Ponzinibbio leads $50,000 winners with upset KO

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Santiago Ponzinibbio, Paul Felder, Danny Henry and Daniel Teymur each earned $50,000 fight-night bonuses at today’s UFC Fight Night 113 event.

Ponzinibbio and Felder picked up “Performance of the Night” awards, and Henry and Teymur took home “Fight of the Night” honors.

UFC officials announced the winners after the event, which MMAjunkie attended.

Ponzinibbio (25-3 MMA, 7-2 UFC) upset Gunnar Nelson (16-3-1 MMA, 7-3 UFC) in the welterweight main event with a stunning knockout just 82 seconds into the fight. Nelson was roughly a 2-1 favorite and was coming off back-to-back bonus-winning submissions. But Ponzinibbio picked up his second bonus in the UFC and fifth straight win.

Lightweight Felder (14-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) took out Scotland’s own Stevie Ray (21-7 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and spoiled his homecoming with a first-round knockout of his own that came after some heavy knees and elbows. It was Felder’s second straight knockout win and second straight bonus in 2017.

Henry (11-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC) and Teymur (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) were making their UFC debuts, and put on a highly entertaining lightweight fight on the preliminary card. Teymur used takedowns to win the first round, but Henry battled back and won the second and third rounds thanks to fantastic striking.

UFC Fight Night 113 took place at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, and it aired on FS1 following early prelims on FS1.

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UFC Fight Night 113 results: Danny Henry shifts momentum to outslug Daniel Teymur

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Danny Henry went from being rocked and wobbled early to dominating Daniel Teymur late in a com-from-behind effort that thrilled the Scottish crowd.

After dropping and nearly finishing Teymur (6-1 MMA, 0-1 UFC) to rebound from a rough opening round, Henry (11-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC) took control of the fight late and nearly ended it several times before ultimately settling for s clear unanimous decision victory.

The featherweight bout was part of the preliminary card of today’s UFC Fight Night 113 event at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. It aired on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

Teymur was the aggressor early in this fight, negating Henry’s height and reach as he battered him with right hands from close range, leaving Henry’s legs looking shaky as he neared the end of the opening round.

But Henry came charging back in the second, hurting Teymur with uppercuts and right hands and dropping him late in the round, even coming close to a rear-naked choke finish before the horn.

Teymur was still visibly fatigued to start the third, and Henry wasted no time taking advantage of it. After stinging him with punches on the feet, Henry nabbed a takedown against the fence and then spent most of the rest of the round going from full mount to back control, threatening with chokes or else peppering Teymur with a steady stream of strikes from the top.

By that point Teymur seemed utterly incapable of mustering enough energy for a response, but he did have just enough fight left to defend and last until the final horn, sending the fight to the judges. Despite the strong start from Teymur, all three judges scored the bout for Henry, handing him the win with marks of 29-28, 29-28, and 29-26.

“I’m quite a slow starter, so I sometimes take a couple of shots to wake up,” Henry said. “I came back, though, and I felt I was the stronger fighter in the second and third and I deserved the win. I knew he was tough, I knew he would load up too much on his punches, and I knew he would get tired. He’s never been out of the first round. The way he fights, it uses a lot of energy, so I knew if I got out of the first that he would slow down and it would play into my hands a little bit.”

Henry’s victory in his UFC debut brings his overall winning streak to four in a row. Teymur’s loss is the first of his pro career.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 113 results include:

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(MMAjunkie’s Abbey Subhan contributed to this report on site in Glasgow.)

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UFC Fight Night 113 lineup set in Scotland, including new Danny Henry vs. Daniel Teymur booking

The lineup is set for the UFC’s return to Scotland later this month with the addition of a featherweight fight to the event.

Newcomers Danny Henry (10-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Daniel Teymur (6-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) are scheduled to meet on the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 113. UFC officials announced the new booking today.

UFC Fight Night 113 takes place July 16, a Sunday, at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

Henry, from Scotland, gets a home-country fight for his promotional debut. He has three straight wins and victories in seven of his past eight fights. His resume includes finishes in nine of his 10 wins with five knockouts and four submissions.

Teymur, from Sweden, now joins his brother, lightweight David Teymur, as a UFC fighter. He’ll put his unbeaten record on the line against Henry. Teymur has all six of his wins by stoppage with three knockouts and three submissions.

In the UFC Fight Night 113 main event, Gunnar Nelson (16-2-1 MMA, 7-2 UFC) meets Santiago Ponzinibbio (24-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC) in a welterweight fight. The co-feature is between Scotland’s own Joanne Calderwood (11-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC) and Cynthia Calvillo (5-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) at strawweight.

Also on the main card, Paul Felder (13-3 MMA, 5-3 UFC) meets Scotland’s Stevie Ray (21-6 MMA, 5-1 UFC) at lightweight; Ryan Janes (9-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) takes on Jack Marshman (21-6 MMA, 1-1 UFC) at middleweight; light heavyweights Paul Craig (9-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) and Khalil Rountree (5-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) are booked; and to open the main card on FS1, heavyweight newcomers James Mulheron (11-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Justin Willis (4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) will fight.

The event’s four-fight FS1 preliminary card, along with Henry-Teymur to open, includes Bobby Nash (8-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) vs. Danny Roberts (13-2 MMA, 2-1 UFC) at welterweight; Alexandre Pantoja (17-2 MMA, 1-0 UFC) vs. Neil Seery (16-12 MMA, 3-3 UFC) at flyweight in Seery’s retirement bout; and Galore Bofando (4-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) vs. Conor McGregor teammate Charlie Ward (3-2 MMA, 0-1 UFC) at welterweight.

UFC Fight Pass will carry a pair of early prelims: Brett Johns (13-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) vs. Albert Morales (7-1-1 MMA, 1-1-1 UFC) at bantamweight, and Amanda Lemos (6-0-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) and Leslie Smith (9-7-1 MMA, 3-3 UFC) open the event in a women’s bantamweight bout.

The finalized UFC Fight Night 113 lineup includes:

MAIN CARD (FS1, 3 p.m. ET)

  • Gunnar Nelson vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio
  • Joanne Calderwood vs. Cynthia Calvillo
  • Paul Felder vs. Stevie Ray
  • Ryan Janes vs. Jack Marshman
  • Paul Craig vs. Khalil Rountree
  • James Mulheron vs. Justin Willis

PRELIMINARY CARD (FS1, 1 p.m. ET)

  • Bobby Nash vs. Danny Roberts
  • Alexandre Pantoja vs. Neil Seery
  • Galore Bofando vs. Charlie Ward
  • Danny Henry vs. Daniel Teymur

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, noon ET)

  • Brett Johns vs. Albert Morales
  • Amanda Lemos vs. Leslie Smith

For more on UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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