UFC Fight Night 119 video highlights: Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Jack Marshman

Antonio Carlos Junior is on quite a solid run at middleweight.

Junior (9-2-1 MMA, 6-2 UFC) finished Jack Marshman (22-7 MMA, 2-2 UFC) in a big way when he tapped him with a rear-naked choke with 30 seconds left in the first round. The win was his fourth straight with three by stoppgae.

Check out the video highlights above.

The middleweight bout was part of the preliminary card of Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 119 card at Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo. The main card aired on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass.

Check out the highlights above.

Also see:

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 119, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 119 results: Antonio Carlos Junior smothers, then chokes out Jack Marshman

Antonio Carlos Junior took Jack Marshman about one step at a time.

From sharp counter-punching to a smooth takedown to methodical ground control, Carlos Junior (9-2-1 MMA, 6-2 UFC) was in control every step of the way, right up until he slapped a rear-naked choke on Marshman (22-7 MMA, 2-2 UFC) and forced the tap at the 4:30 mark of Round 1.

The middleweight bout was part of the preliminary card of today’s UFC Fight Night 119 event at Ibirapuera Gymnasium in Sao Paulo. It aired on FS2 following additional prelims on UFC Fight Pass and ahead of a main card on FS1.

After trading some blows on the feet in the early going, Carlos Junior easily tripped Marshman to the floor and then went to work with a patient, yet insistent ground attack.

Moving to full mount, Carlos Junior rained punches down as Marshman struggled to free himself, and the punishment eventually forced him to give up his back as he sought shelter from the blows.

That was all the invitation that Carlos Junior needed to slide the choke on and squeeze for the finish, forcing Marshman to submit with 30 seconds left in the opening round.

Carlos Junior has now won four straight in the UFC. Marshman has lost two of his last three.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 119 results include:

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 119, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

(MMAjunkie’s John Morgan and Fernanda Prates contributed to this report on site in Sao Paulo.)

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After a 10-year army stint, takes more than boos to faze UFC-Sao Paulo's Jack Marshman

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SAO PAULO – When Jack Marshman fights Antonio Carlos Junior on Saturday, he knows he’ll also be facing his most hostile crowd yet.

But it’s going to take a lot more than that to faze the middleweight.

With a mere three-hour difference from his home, Marshman (22-6 MMA, 2-1 UFC) is not too worried about Brazil’s time. Nor is he concerned about the local food or the fact he’s coming into the bout a big underdog. In fact, whether it’s in a parking lot or in front of 30,000 people, nothing changes one simple fact: It’s only him and Junior (8-2-1 MMA, 5-2 UFC) inside the cage.

And even that doesn’t seem like such a big concern.

“I’ve done a lot more things in my life than having to worry about fighting in front of a group of people booing, really,” Marshman told MMAjunkie ahead of UFC Fight Night 119, which takes place at Ibirapuera Stadium in Sao Paulo. “So it’s not going to make a difference to me.”

It’s easy to see where Marshman is coming from when, among those “lot more things,” sits an almost decade-long stretch in the army that included stints in Afghanistan. Marshman, in fact, is still serving as a paratrooper – though, recently, he’s been getting more lenient hours to focus on his octagon career.

As for how that type of experience has translated to the cage? Well, Marshman explains, just watch any of his old fights.

“My mental toughness is – I’ll win a fight and I’ll look like I’ve been hit by a bus every time,” Marshman said. “I know that, but that’s the way I fight. That’s probably a lot do do with the army and all the things I’ve been through with them. I’m not really fazed by any situation.”

Right now, the situation is his FS2-televised preliminary card meeting with Junior. A “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3” heavyweight winner, the Brazilian has recovered from an inconsistent early UFC run with three consecutive wins. While he’s shown improved striking, the black belt is mostly known for his grappling.

Marshman isn’t exactly in a slump himself, having most recently bounced back from his sole UFC loss, a knockout to Thiago Santos, with a decision over Ryan Janes. Overall, he’s won eight of his past nine bouts – including a knockout over Christopher Jacquelin that earned him the vacant Cage Warriors middleweight belt.

All in all, Marshman isn’t too worried about Junior’s ground game. After all, he says, he has seen fighters like judoka Daniel Kelly getting the better of Junior on top once he got tired. Not to mention that, as he heads into his 39th professional MMA bout, Marshman has never once lost via submission.

Still, Marshman explains, it’s “one of those things.”

“Obviously I ain’t stupid, I realize the level of opponent I’m grappling with,” Marshman said. “But I think if I can get him tired – I ain’t scared to go anywhere, with anyone. But we all know what I’m looking to try to do to him and what he’s looking to try to do to me.”

As unbothered as Marshman might seem when it comes to what happens outside the cage, that’s not entirely true. As the UFC’s first Welsh fighter – though no longer the only one, after the addition of Brett Johns – he does take it upon himself to carry that flag.

So, while he’s not wasting too much time thinking about possible matchups and his ascent up the rankings, he does have one thing he’d like to see happening.

“I’m really proud,” Marshman said. “I’m massively proud. I’m very proud of my army background and I’m probably more proud of the Welsh thing. Because we’re a small nation and all of a sudden we’ve got three guys in the UFC, we’ve got a couple more coming through that are looking really good.

“You’ll see from social media and stuff, how much they get behind us. That’s why I’d love the UFC to come to Wales.”

To hear from Marshman, check out the video above.

And for more on UFC Fight Night 119, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 113 video highlights: Jack Marshman vs. Ryan Janes

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Jack Marshman had to hang on a little bit to get past the gritty Ryan Janes, but walked away with his hand raised.

Marshman (22-6 MMA, 2-1 UFC) looked at his best in the first round against Janes (9-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) when he continually popped the Canadian’s head back with jabs and swift combinations. Marshman faded a little in the second, then even more in the third. But by the final five minutes, he had done enough to convince all three judges he had the first two rounds for a trio of 29-28 scores.

The middleweight fight was part of the main 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.

Check out the highlights above.

Also see:

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 results: Jack Marshman uses early striking prowess to top Ryan Janes

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For three rounds, Jack Marshman plodded forward, trying to get inside Ryan Janes’ reach long enough to land a knockout blow.

While that shot never came, Marshman (22-6 MMA, 2-1 UFC) still did enough to outpoint Janes (9-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) in a close fight, nabbing a unanimous decision victory with scores of 29-28 across the board.

The middleweight bout was part of the main 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.

The established tempo of this fight took shape early on, as Janes looked to stay on the outside, circling away in his straight up stance as Marshman charged in with punching combinations, at times lunging forward to connect on his taller, longer foe.

That was a mostly successful strategy for Marshman early on. Several times his fists found Marshman’s chin as he lifted it high in the air on the retreat. But as Janes began to fire back with short strikes of his own, Marshman eventually began to tire.

By the final round, Janes found some success with his own forward advances, but even under duress Marshman didn’t back down easily, or stay on the defensive for long. By the time the fight went to the scorecards, all three judges had Marshman winning by a slim margin, giving him the fight by identical scores of 29-28.

Marshman’s win is his first since his TKO loss to Thiago Santos in February. Janes has now lost two in a row.

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 staff picks: Gunnar Nelson 1 of 2 unanimous picks in Scotland

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vs.
Ponzinibbio
Calderwood
vs.
Calvillo
Felder
vs.
Ray
Janes
vs.
Marshman
Craig
vs.
Rountree
Mulheron
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Willis
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consensus picks
2017: 66-49
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Nelson
(87%)
calvillo2017
Calvillo
(50.1%)
felder2017
Felder
(54%)
marshman2017
Marshman
(74%)
pcraig2017
Craig
(60%)
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Mulheron
(64%)
Simon Samano
@SJSamano
2017: 75-40
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Nelson
calderwood2017
Calderwood
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
pcraig2017
Craig
mulheron2017
Mulheron
Matt Erickson @MMAjunkieMatt
2017: 73-42
gnelson2017
Nelson
calderwood2017
Calderwood
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
rountree2017
Rountree
justinwillis2017
Willis
Dann Stupp
@DannStupp
2017: 71-44
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Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
felder2017
Felder
marshman2017
Marshman
rountree2017
Rountree
justinwillis2017
Willis
Brian Garcia
@thegoze
2017: 69-46
gnelson2017
Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
felder2017
Felder
marshman2017
Marshman
rountree2017
Rountree
justinwillis2017
Willis
Ben Fowlkes @BenFowlkesMMA
2017: 69-46
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Nelson
calderwood2017
Calderwood
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
pcraig2017
Craig
justinwillis2017
Willis
Steven Marrocco @MMAjunkieSteven
2017: 69-46
gnelson2017
Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
pcraig2017
Craig
justinwillis2017
Willis
Fernanda Prates @nandaprates_
2017: 67-48
gnelson2017
Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
pcraig2017
Craig
justinwillis2017
Willis
Mike Bohn @MikeBohnMMA
2017: 59-46
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gnelson2017
Nelson
calderwood2017
Calderwood
felder2017
Felder
marshman2017
Marshman
pcraig2017
Craig
justinwillis2017
Willis
George Garcia @MMAjunkieGeorge
2017: 64-51
gnelson2017
Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
rountree2017
Rountree
justinwillis2017
Willis
John Morgan @MMAjunkieJohn
2017: 62-53
gnelson2017
Nelson
calvillo2017
Calvillo
ray2017
Ray
marshman2017
Marshman
rountree2017
Rountree
justinwillis2017
Willis

The UFC is back in Scotland for a rare Sunday show this week.

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

(Click here to open a PDF of the staff picks grid in a separate window.)

In the main event, Iceland’s Gunnar Nelson (16-2-1 MMA, 7-2 UFC) takes on Brazilian Santiago Ponzinibbio (24-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC) in a welterweight bout. Nelson is just a mild favorite at around -160, but he is a unanimous pick from our 10 MMAjunkie editors, writers and radio hosts.

In the co-main event, Scotland’s own Joanne Calderwood (11-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC) meets unbeaten Team Alpha Male product Cynthia Calvillo (5-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) in a women’s strawweight fight. Calvillo is more than a 2-1 favorite, but she only has a 6-4 edge in the picks.

Also on the main card, Paul Felder (13-3 MMA, 5-3 UFC) takes on Stevie Ray (21-6 MMA, 5-1 UFC) at lightweight. Ray will be fighting in front of his home Scotland crowd and is a 7-3 pick from our staff members. Jack Marshman (21-6 MMA, 1-1 UFC) joins Nelson as the other unanimous pick on the card for his middleweight fight against Ryan Janes (9-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC).

It’s a dead-even 5-5 split between Paul Craig (9-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC) and Khalil Rountree (5-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) in their light heavyweight bout. And despite being the underdog, Justin Willis (4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) has a 9-1 edge in the picks against fellow UFC heavyweight newcomer James Mulheron (11-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC).

In the MMAjunkie reader consensus picks, Nelson, Calvillo, Felder, Marshman, Craig and Mulheron are the choices.

Check out all the picks above.

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

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UFC Fight Night 113 pre-event facts: Cynthia Calvillo 1st with 3 UFC fights in 2017

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The UFC’s sophomore trip to Scotland takes place on Sunday when UFC Fight Night 113 emanates from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow with a daytime card that airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

A welterweight bout between two fighters looking to stand out in a crowded division serves as the main event, with grappling specialist Gunnar Nelson (16-2-1 MMA, 7-2 UFC) set to take on dangerous striker Santiago Ponzinibbio (24-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC).

Other notable names also fill the lineup, which marks the UFC’s return to Scotland after a successful debut in July 2015. For more on the numbers behind the card, check out 25 pre-event facts about UFC Fight Night 113.

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Main event

Nelson has earned 15 of his 16 career victories by stoppage. He’s earned 11 of those finishes in Round 1.

Gunnar Nelson

Nelson has earned six of his seven UFC victories by submission.

Nelson’s six submission victories since 2012 in UFC competition are second most in the company behind Charles Oliveira (seven).

Nelson’s five submission victories in UFC welterweight competition are tied for second most in divisional history behind Chris Lytle (six).

Nelson has completed at least one takedown in eight of his nine UFC appearances.

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

Santiago Ponzinibbio

Ponzinibbio has earned 19 of his 24 career victories by stoppage. He’s earned 15 of those finishes in Round 1.

Ponzinibbio has landed 91.8 percent of his strikes in UFC competition from a distance, the largest proportion in welterweight history.

Co-main event

Joanne Calderwood (11-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC) is one of three female fighters in UFC history to earn victories in two weight classes.

Calderwood has suffered both of her career losses by first-round submission.

Calderwood lands 6.92 significant strikes per minute in UFC competition, the highest rate in company history.

Joanne Calderwood

Cynthia Calvillo (5-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) can become the first UFC fighter to compete three times in 2017.

Calvillo has earned both of her UFC victories by submission.

Calvillo’s two submission victories in UFC strawweight com,petition are tied for second most in divisional history behind Rose Namajunas (three).

Remaining main card

Paul Felder (13-3 MMA, 5-3 UFC) is one of four fighters in UFC history to earn a knockout victory stemming from a spinning backfist. He accomplished the feat at UFC 182.

Jack Marshman (21-6 MMA, 1-1 UFC) has earned 18 of his 21 career victories by stoppage.

Preliminary card

Neil Seery (16-12 MMA, 3-3 UFC), 37, is the oldest active fighter in the UFC flyweight division. He’s also the oldest of the 24 fighters scheduled to compete at the event.

Neil Seery

Seery returns to competition for the first time since May 8, 2016. The 434-day layoff is the longest of his nearly 12-year career.

Seery’s 10 submission attempts in UFC flyweight competition are tied for third most in divisional history behind Louis Smolka (18) and Ray Borg (15).

Galore Bofando (4-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) has suffered both of his career losses by disqualification due to illegal strikes.

Leslie Smith (9-7-1 MMA, 3-3 UFC) has alternated wins and losses over her six-fight UFC career.

Smith’s two knockdowns landed in UFC women’s bantamweight competition are tied with Amanda Nunes, Holly Holm and Ronda Rousey for most in divisional history.

Brett Johns’ (13-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) 13-fight MMA winning streak is longest among active UFC bantamweight fighters.

Johns’ 11 takedowns landed against Kwan Ho Kwak at UFC Fight Night 99 are the single-fight record for a UFC/WEC bantamweight bout.

For more on UFC Fight Night 113, check out the UFC Rumors 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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MMAjunkie reader predictions: Make your picks for UFC Fight Night 113 in Scotland

We want your predictions for Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 113 event in Scotland.

Our staff picks feature includes the consensus picks from MMAjunkie readers. Simply cast your vote for each bout below, and we’ll use the official tallies that are registered by Thursday at noon ET (9 a.m. PT).

Those MMAjunkie MMA reader consensus picks will be part of the UFC Fight Night 113 staff picks we release on Friday ahead of the event. 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.

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Gunnar Nelson vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio

Records: Gunnar Nelson (16-2-1 MMA, 7-2 UFC), Santiago Ponzinibbio (24-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC)
Past five: Nelson 3-2, Ponzinibbio 4-1
Division: Welterweight
Rankings: Nelson honorable mention
Odds (as of 7/10/17): Nelson -200, Ponzinibbio +160

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Joanne Calderwood vs. Cynthia Calvillo

Records: Joanne Calderwood (11-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC), Cynthia Calvillo (5-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC)
Past five: Calderwood 3-2, Calvillo 5-0
Division: Women’s strawweight
Rankings: Calderwood No. 12
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Paul Felder vs. Stevie Ray

Records: Paul Felder (13-3 MMA, 5-3 UFC), Stevie Ray (21-6 MMA, 5-1 UFC)
Past five: Felder 3-2, Ray 4-1
Division: Lightweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 7/10/17): N/A

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Ryan Janes vs. Jack Marshman

Records: Ryan Janes (9-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC), Jack Marshman (21-6 MMA, 1-1 UFC)
Past five: Janes 4-1, Marshman 4-1
Division: Middleweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 7/10/17): N/A

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Paul Craig vs. Khalil Rountree

Records: Paul Craig (9-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC), Khalil Rountree (5-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC)
Past five: Craig 4-1, Rountree 3-2
Division: Light heavyweight
Rankings: None
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James Mulheron vs. Justin Willis

Records: James Mulheron (11-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC), Justin Willis (4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Past five: Mulheron 4-1, Willis 4-1
Division: Heavyweight
Rankings: None
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