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UFC on ESPN 10 live results: Jessica Eye vs. Cynthia Calvillo

Welcome to F4WOnline.com's live coverage of UFC on ESPN 10: Eye vs. Calvillo, emanating from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Octagon remains at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas for the third straight week, this time with a card headlined by a women's flyweight bout featuring a former title challenger.

Former women's flyweight title challenger Jessica Eye will be looking to make it two straight wins as she welcomes Cynthia Calvillo to the flyweight division in the night's five-round headline bout. Eye bounced back from a title fight loss to Valentina Shevchenko when she scored a decision win over Viviane Araujo in December. Calvillo moves up to 125 pounds for the first time looking to extend her three-fight unbeaten streak. Eye did miss weight for the fight by .25 pounds.

In the co-main event, bad blood is heating up as middleweights Karl Roberson and Marvin Vettori finally square off. They were supposed to fight in May, but it was called off the day of the fight as Roberson wasn't medically cleared. That led to Vettori confronting him in the fighter hotel in a heated exchange caught on video. Also on the main card is a lightweight bout between Charles Rosa and Kevin Aguilar, and a featherweight fight as Andre Fili takes on Charles Jourdain.

Follow along with our live coverage of the event beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern time with preliminary action all the way through the main card.


> Anthony Ivy (8-2, 0-0 UFC) vs. Christian Aguilera (13-6, 0-0 UFC)

Aguilera active with punches early, while Ivy using a lot of leg kicks. Aguilera backs up Ivy with punches and then just lays into him. Ivy covering up and the ref stops it quickly. Ivy wasn't protesting at all. 

Official result - Christian Aguilera (14-6) by TKO (punches)

This was the 11th KO win for Aguilera and 10th in the first round. He says he'll be available any time they need him to fight again and could probably go next week if required. 

> Tyson Nam (18-11-1, 0-2 UFC) vs. Zarrukh Adashev (3-1, 0-0 UFC)
Bantamweights* (Adashev missed weight by 2.5 pounds)

Adushev opens with a nice punch/elbow combo. Nam knocked him out cold with a counter shot. 

Official result - Tyson Nam (19-11-1) by KO (punch) at 32 seconds

For the second straight fight we had a fighter saying he wants to fight again next week. Nam looked good and took little damage. Felder asked if he wanted to go back to flyweight but he didn't really answer. 

> Julia Avila (7-1, 1-0 UFC) vs. Gina Mazany (6-3, 1-3 UFC)
Women's Bantamweights

Another quick one as Mazany opened with a knee against the cage but Avila fired back with punches that sent her to the cage. A body shot really hurt her and then Avila just poured it on with punches and with Mazany not punching back, the fight was stopped. 

Official result - Julia Avila (8-1) by TKO (punches) at 22 seconds

> Merab Dvalishvili (10-4, 3-2 UFC) vs. Gustavo Lopez (11-4, 0-0 UFC)
140-pound Catchweights

Both guys throwing leg kicks to start. Merab goes for a takedown but ends up taking the back standing. Separation at just over a minute and this is officially the longest fight of the night so far. Merab focusing more on leg kicks while Lopez throwing a lot of punches. Merab takes the back standing and takes Lopez down at 2:30. Lopez warned for grabbing the fence. Merab landing punches to the head while Lopez gets up. Merab takes him right down again. Lopez landing punches and elbows from his back and trying to secure a body triangle. Merab with some punches on the ground and Lopez gets up. Merab with another takedown at 3:45. Lopez with a weak guillotine attempt that Merab easily gets out of and settles into Lopez' guard. Merab with punches to the body while Lopez landing punches to the head from his back. Merab postures up and lands seom hard body punches  and finishes the round with a flurry. 10-9 Dvalishivili

Merab rocked with a hard punch early but answers back with a nice combo. Merab with a 20-5 advantage in significant strikes landed. Takedown by Merab 1:00 in. Merab landing punches and elbows to the head. Merab into side control at 2:15. Lopez seems to be really tiring. Merabl with a neck crank and it looks really tight. Lopez trying to punch his way out of it but looks to be fading. Lopez escapes and to his feet with 1:15 left but Merab takes him right down again. Lopez with a guillotine and uses it to get back to his feet. Merab takes him right down again. Lopez with another guillotine attempt. Both right up to their feet. Lopez stalking Merab but Merab sweeps his legs to take him down again and then takes the back on the ground. Lopez up fairly quickly but Merab takes him down again before the round ends. 10-9 Dvalishvili, 20-18

Lopez controlling the pace early in round 3. They trade leg kicks in the first minute. Merab with 9 takedowns through the first 2 and gets another 1 minute in. Merab settles into guard and lands punches to the body and head. Merab postures up and lands a hammer first. Lopez up right after that. Lopez with a punch combo backs up Merab but he gets taken down again. Merab right into mount. Lopez gives up his back and Merab working for a choke. Lopez escapes and to his feet. Merab with a punch combo and gets another takeodwn. Merab with punches to the head and body from a standing position and then settles into Lopez' guard. Ref warms Merab to work after not much time. Both guys landing punches but Merab's landing harder due to the position. Merab takes  the back with 1 minute left and working for a choke. Merab secures a body lock but Lopez escapes and to his feet. Both guys landing hard punches with 30 seconds left. Another takedown from Merab. Merab landing punches to the body. He has a personal record of 13 takedowns. 10-9 Dvalishvili, 30-27

Official result - Merab Dvalishvili (11-4) by unanimous decision (30-26 x 2; 30-25)

All media scores were for Dvalishvili with 17% scoring it 30-27, 50% 30-26 and 33% 30-25


> Maria Agapova (8-1, 0-0 UFC) vs. Hannah Cifers (10-5, 2-3 UFC)
Women's Flyweights

Agapova opens with a barrage of punches. Cifers tries to clinch up on the cage but Agapova breaks free quickly. Cifers giving up a lot of size in moving up from strawweight. Agapova teeing off on Cifers. Cifers clinches up again. Quick separation. Cifers clinches up again but it doesn't last long. Agapova drops her with a head kick. Cifers right up and eating knees to the gut. Agapova takes the back standing and secures a body triangle and the rear naked choke and Cifers taps quickly. 

Official result - Maria Agapova (9-1) by submission (rear naked choke) at 2:42

Agapova asked for a fight with Shana Dobson in her post-fight interview. 

> Jordan Espinosa (#13 FLW, 14-7 1 NC, 1-2 UFC) vs. Mark De La Rosa (11-4, 2-4 UFC)

Espinosa was landing jabs early. De La Rosa not doing much. Espinosa teeing off on De La Rosa as he lands some good shots. De La Rosa grabs the single leg against the fence and goes for a takedown. Espinosa defending. De La Rosa still working for the takedown and now Espinosa landing some hard elbows. De La Rosa should let go of the leg as he's eating hard shots but still just hanging on. Espinosa with more hard elbows as the round ends. 10-9 Espinosa. (rd 1 notes from Ryan Frederick)

De La Rosa with a takedown attempt and ends up in control of a cage clinch. Espinosa landing foot stomps. Separation with 2 minutes left. Both guys trading leg kciks. De La Rosa controlling the pace. Espinosa rocks him with a punch combo. De La Rosa continuing to advance but Espinosa  landing hard shots while backing up. Total strikes are 147-27 for Espinosa through 2 rounds. 10-9 Espinosa, 20-18 overall

Great punch exchange with both guys getting rocked early in round 2. Espinosa with a takedown but stands up right away. De La Rosa stays on his back, throwing upkicks. Ref warns them to work so Espinosa goes back to the ground and landing hard punches to the head. Heavy hammer fits from Espinosa as he tries to advance position. Espinosa working for a D'Arce choke. De La Rosa escapes and gets to his feet. De La Rosa with a takedown of his own but Espinosa with a guillotine attempt on the way down. Espinosa reverses into top position. De La Rosa's face is bloodied but he gets to his feet with 2 minutes left. Significant strikes are 92-36 for Espinosa with 1 minute left. De La Rosa continuing to advance and stuffs a takedown attempt. Clinch on the cage with De La Rosa in control but they separate as the fight ends. 10-9 Espinosa, 30-27 overall

Official result - Jordan Espinosa (15-7) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 2; 30-26)

Espinosa said he really wants to fight on Fight Island and asked for a bout with Tyson Nam, who scored a knockout win earlier tonight. 

All media scores were for Espinosa, with 73% scoring it 30-27

> Andre Fili (20-7, 8-6 UFC) vs. Charles Jourdain (10-2, 1-1 UFC)

Jourdain throwing heavy punches to start. Fili pushing the pace but eating more shots. Fili with a nice head kick. Fili taunting Jourdain after evading a punch combo. Fili throwing a lot of kicks, both up and down. Jourdain lands a couple of hard kicks to the arm that Fili is feeling the effects of. Fili switches stances and doesn't seem to be able to make a fist with the arm that took the damage. Jourdain drops Fili with a punch and stands over top of him but lets him up quickly. Jourdain with a hard front kick to the body. Fili gets a takedown with 15 seconds left and landing punches. Jourdain up as the round ends. 10-9 Jourdain but really close 

Fili only throwing left hands again early in the 2nd. Jourdain landing leg kicks now. Jourdain throws a jab with his right 90 seconds in, which is the first strike he's thrown with that arm since he took the damage in the first. Spinning back fist nearly knocks Fili's head off. Fili answers back with a nice punch combo. Jourdain continuing to land leg kicks. Fili using the right pretty regularly by the 2nd half of the round and landing more punches overall. Jourdain with a 19-7 advantage in kicks landed though. Fili with a great punch combo with 90 seconds left. Fili with a takedown with 30 seconds left. Jourdain up quickly. 10-9 Fili, 19-19 overall

Fili advancing to start round 3. More of the same with punches by fili and kicks from Jourdain. Jourdain starting to throw a few more punches and just misses a flying knee. Fili with a takedown 2 minutes in. Fili takes the back. Jourdain briefly to his feet but Fili throws him down while maintaining back control. Jourdain to his feet again at the midway point of the round. Nice punch and kick exchange with 2 minutes left. Fili lands a head kick and eats another hard leg kick from Jourdain. Significant strikes in round 3 are 18-11 for Fili and he also has the takedowns. Jourdain blocks a takedown with 45 seconds left. Fili gets a takedown with 30 seconds left and landing hard punches to the head. Fili controlling the back and landing punches as the fight ends. 10-9 Fili, 29-28 overall

Official result - Andre Fili (21-7) by split decision (28-29; 29-28 x 2)

Jourdain seemed shocked to have taken the fight on one of the cards. Fili gave credit to Team Alpha Male for his ability to score takedowns, having trained with them for over a decade. He said he wants a big name in his next fight. 

83% of media scores were for Fili with the other 17% going to Jourdain with all the scores being 29-28 one way or the other. 

> Charles Rosa (12-4, 3-4 UFC) vs. Kevin Aguilar (17-3, 2-2 UFC)

Rosa pushing the pace to start. Both trading single shots early in the feet with a mix of kicks and punches from both. Aguilar with a punch combo 90 seconds in. Aguilar starting to establish control. Aguilar seems to be landing the harder shots. Rosa bleeding from a cut under his right eye. Rosa stuffed on a takedown attempt and eats some punches to the head. Rosa with a nice punch combo with 10 seconds left. 10-9 Aguilar

Rosa lands a hard leg kick early in the first but eats a punch combo shortly after. 2nd round starting much like the first did with not much in the way of action. Aguilar pushing the pace would be the only difference. Rosa landing kicks to the legs and body with 90 seconds left. Rosa lands a hard body kick with 15 seconds left and then lands a hard punch to the head. 10-9 Rosa, 19-19 after 2

Aguilar's corner told me he let Rosa steal the round. Rosa comes out for the third and he's bleeding pretty heavily early after what looked like a head butt. Aguilar lands a nice punch combo just under a minute in. Rosa lands a hard left but Aguilar answers with another combo. Aguilar takes the back standing and tried a takedown but Rosa rolled out of it. Rosa landing hard leg kicks. Rosa landing body kicks while Aguilar pushes the pace. Rosa rocks Aguilar with a left cross. Aguilar with a punch combo although not sure how hard they landed. Aguilar stuffed on a takedown attempt. Rosa continuing to score with leg kicks. Aguilar with a 27-21 advantage in significant strikes landed. 10-9 Rosa, 29-28 overall. All three rounds were close though. 

Official result - Charles Rosa (13-4) by split decision (28-29; 29-28 x 2)

All media scores were for Rosa with most scoring it 29-28. 

> Karl Roberson (9-2, 4-2 UFC) vs. Marvin Vettori (14-4-1, 4-2-1 UFC)
Middleweights* (Roberson missed weight by 4.5 pounds)

Both guys keeping their distance early. Vettori pushing the pace and throwing more but most of his punches are missing. Vettori clinches up on the cage but Roberson takes his back standing and drags him to the mat. Vettori escapes and gets to his feet and then takes Roberson down. Vettori breathing heavily already. Vettori grabs a guillotine as Roberson tries to get up. Vettori lets it go and Roberson gets to his feet. Vettori wtih another guillotine but Roberson uses the cage to push off and they end up back on the ground. Vettori scrambles into top position and landing a barrage of punches and elbows on the ground. Roberson blocking a lot of them but the ref warns him to fight back. More punches from Vettori as Roberson gets to his knees. Vettori secures a rear naked choke and Roberson taps. 

Official result - Marvin Vettori (15-4-1) by submission (rear naked choke) at 4:17

For the 2nd time tonight the winning fighter, while interviewed, was swearing so bad that they had to bleep it and you couldn't make out a lot of what he was saying. Vettori said he wants a top 15 guys and he went to a split decision with the champion earlier in both their careers and would like a rematch. 

> Jessica Eye (#1, 15-7 1 NC, 5-6 1 NC UFC) vs. Cynthia Calvillo (#10 WSW, 8-1-1, 5-1-1 UFC)
Women's Flyweights* (Eye missed weight by .25 pounds)

Eye controlling the pace early. Both ladies throwing punches in combos but missing the majority of them early. Eye landing with some of her punches now. Calvillo lands a ncie head kick. Eye catches a kick and tries a takedown but Calvillo gets away. Eye with a punch combo with just over a minute left. Calvillo answers back with nice punches of her own. Nice punch exchange right before the round ends. 10-9 Eye but very close

Calvillo seemed to concede to her corner that she probably lost the round. Calvillo gets a takedown just over a minute in after being stuffed on her first attempt. Calvillo not doing much with her position on the ground as Eye backs up to the fence to get to her feet. Calvillo controlling the back and trying to get her down again. Calvillo climbs onto the back and secures a body lock. Eye fighting off the attempt at a rear naked choke but Calvillo drags her back to the ground while maintaining back control. Eye holding her arm to prevent the choke and it's a bit of a stalemate. Calvillo gets her arm free and lands some punches to the head. More punches from Calvillo as Eye tries to reverse position. 10-9 Calvillo, 19-19 overall

Eye's corner asks her to only throw punches, no kicks or knees. Likely to avoid another takedown. Calvillo landing jabs from distance early. Calvillo lands a hard leg kick that seemed to affect Eye right away. Eye not really doing much in the first half of the round. Calvillo throwing a lot of combos. Eye really only landing occasional single shots and just trying to stay out of the way. Eye starting to establish Octagon control in the 2nd half of the round but still not landing much. Calvillo gets a takedown with just over a minute left. Cavlillo takes the back with 30 seconds left. Calvillo with a 66-64 advantage in significant strikes landed and also has the 2 takedowns. 10-9 Calvillo, 29-28 overall after 3

Calvillo gets a takedown 30 seconds into the 4th round. Calvillo takes the back and landing punches to the head while working for a choke. Calvillo secures a body lock and keeps landing punches to the head. Eye reverses position and gets to her feet midway through the round but she took a lot of punches on the ground. Eye stalking her on the feet and blocks a takedown attempt. Eye landing more punches on the feet as she seems a little more desparate. Great punch exchange with 30 seconds left. 10-9 Calvillo, 39-37 after 4

Both ladies landing hard punches early in the final round. Total strikes landed through 4 rounds are 105-72 for Calvillo. Calvillo lands a nice punch combo and Eye lands back with a couple hard shots of her own. Eye advancing at the midway point of the round. Calvillo lands a spinning back fist after a right cross but Eye weathers it well. Eye still advancing and lands a hard right that rocks Calvillo with a minute left. Calvillo with a takedown. Eye to her knees quickly. Calvillo with a Peruvian necktie attempt. Eye escapes and to her feet. Eye still advancing as the fight ends. Close round, maybe to Eye. 10-9 Eye, 48-47 Calvillo overall

Official result - Cynthia Calvillo (9-1-1) by unanimous decision (49-46 x 2; 48-47)

Immediately after the fight, they aired a tweet from Katlyn Chookagyan, who seemed to want a fight with Calvillo, which would be a good fight to make. This was her sixth win since the start of 2017, which ties several others for the most among UFC women. Paul Felder brought up Chookagyan in the post-fight interview and Calvillo just said she'd like to fight again as soon as possible and hopes to get 4 fights in this year.