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UFC on ESPN+ 12 live results: Renato Moicano vs. Korean Zombie

Welcome to F4WOnline.com's live coverage of UFC on ESPN+ 12: Moicano vs. The Korean Zombie, emanating from the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina.

The Octagon debuts in South Carolina with a featherweight main event featuring one of the most exciting fighters in the sport fighting for the first time in 2019.

In the headliner, Renato Moicano will be taking on fan favorite "The Korean Zombie" Chan Sung Jung. Both men are looking to get back into the win column and title contention following losses in their prior bouts. Moicano is coming off a loss to Jose Aldo in February, while Jung is coming off a last-second knockout loss to Yair Rodriguez in 2018's Knockout Of The Year in November.

Also on the main card is a welterweight bout between Bryan Barberena and Randy Brown, and a women's flyweight bout between Andrea Lee and Montana De La Rosa. Among the preliminary card fights is a lightweight bout between Luis Pena and Matt Wiman, who fights for the first time since November 2014.

Follow along with our live coverage of the event beginning at 4 p.m. Eastern time with preliminary action all the way through the main card.


> Deron Winn (5-0, 0-0 UFC) vs. Eric Spicely (12-4, 2-4 UFC)

Winn is making his UFC debut coming off a win over "Filthy" Tom Lawlor in his last fight. Spicely is a former training partner of Lawlor and took this fight on short notice after Winn's last two opponents fell through. 

Winn pushing the pace early and throwing a lot of punches. Winn with a partial knockdown but Spicely right up at the 1 minute mark. Winn backs up Spicely to the fence with a punch combo. Spicely falls to the ground but Spicely stays on his feet and makes him stand. Winn with a great punch combo at the 3 minute mark but Spicely answers with knees to the body. They clinch in the center and Spicely lands nice elbows to the head. Spicely avoiding many of the punches in the 2nd half of the round but was dominated in the first half and Winn took it easily. 10-9 Winn

Spicely controlling the pace early in the 2nd. Winn starting to throw punches to the body as well as the head on the advice of his corner. He's also looking really tired and was breathing heavy between rounds. Winn takes over Octagon control after the first minute and again landing a ton of punches. Winn backs him up to the fence and lands nice combos to the body and head but Spicely gets away and stays on his feet. Winn picking him off at the 2 minute mark but again Spicely gets away from the cage. Winn goes to the cage clinch at 2:30. He has a 74-38 advantage in strikes landed. Winn starting to miss on a lot of his strikes and Spicely almost doing a rope-a-dope type thing. But he's not throwing many punches of his own. Spicely lands knees to the body and head from the clinch. Winn answers with more body punches and also punches to the head with 1 minute left. Spicely bleeding from a cut under his right eye at the end of the round. 10-9 Winn, 20-18

Winn advancing with punches to start round 3. Spicely lands a nice knee to the head that rocks Winn. Spicely landing hard punches now. Winn looking very tired. Winn stuffed on a takedown attempt. Winn acking up and in trouble. But Spicely is really tired as well. Winn lands a nice punch combo at 2:15. Spicely with a Thai clinch and lands hard knees to the head. Winn takes it to the cage and controlling the clinch. Spicely with a couple more knees. Winn lands hard punches and Spicely breaks free from the clinch. Winn bleeding heavy from a cut around his left eye. Significant strikes count is 129-98 for Winn but Spicely has a slight advantage in round 3. Winn still throwing punches and landing most as Spicely's hands are down. Winn with a punch combo with 30 seconds left. Winn throws a dropkick but misses and lands on the ground but gets right up. 10-9 Spicely but really close 3rd. Winn should take the fight though. 29-28 Winn

Official result - Deron Winn (6-0) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)

Winn made fun of his own lack of height in his post-fight promo, saying his little legs are gonna march right ot the top of the decision. At 5 ft 6, he's very short for the division and he had actually moved down a weight class for this one, having previously fought at 205. 

> Ariane Lipski (11-4, 0-1 UFC) vs. Molly McCann (8-2, 1-1 UFC)
Women's Flyweights

Both ladies throwing strikes from distance as they keep it in the center of the Octagon early. Lipski throwing punches, while McCann mixing in leg kicks but Lipski landing harder shots. Lipski with a nice punch/kick combo at 3 minutes. Lipski managing to get off more combinations while McCann pretty much only landing single shots. Lipski bleeding from a cut on the bridge of her nose. McCann looking more beat up overall though. McCann gets a takedown with 10 seconds left and showboats and lands a ton of punches before standing up. Crowd loved that and it may have stolen a close round. 10-9 McCann

Loud MOLLY chants from the crowd as they come out for the 2nd round. McCann more active early, throwing more combinations. Spinning back elbow from McCann at 1:30. Lipski having a harder time finding her range this round. McCann knocks Lipski down with a punch but backs off, forcing her to stand. Action slowed in the 2nd half of the round, with both trading shots pretty equally and most of the action taking place in the middle. McCann with a takedown at 4:30 and moves right into side control. McCann moves into mount with 10 seconds left and lands hard elbows and punches as the round ends. 10-9 McCann, 20-18

Lipski more aggressive to start round 3 and landing punch combos in the first minute. Li[pski's corner told her she needed a finish and they are most likely correct. Nice punch/kick combo from Lipski at 2:00. McCann bleeding heavily from a cut on the right side of her head that came from a Lipski elbow. That seemed to wake up McCann as she picks up ht epace with 2 minutes left. Lipski pushing the pace in the last minute and still very active. The left side of McCann's face is completely covered in blood. Crowd chanting MEATBALL for McCann. Both throwing and landing hard shots in the last 10 seconds. 10-9 Lipski, 29-28 McCann overall. McCann was singing the OLE song and running around the cage while waiting for the decision to be read. 

Official result - Molly McCann (9-2) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)

> Allen Crowder (10-3 1 NC, 1-1 UFC) vs. Jair Rozenstruik (7-0, 1-0 UFC)

Rozenstruik knocks down Crowder with a punch to start and finishes him quickly with punches on the ground. 

Official result - Jair Rozenstruik (8-0) by TKO (punches) in 9 seconds

This was the 2nd fasted heavyweight fight in UFC history. Crowder was the person who beat Greg Hardy on the first ESPN card this year when Hardy was DQ'd in the 2nd round. Aside from a 2018 fight in RIZIN, all of his wins have been by stoppage. 

> Matt Wiman (16-7, 10-5 UFC) vs. Luis Pena (6-1, 2-1 UFC)

Wiman is fighting for the first time since 2014 and has been in UFC since 2006. He was in tears during his walkout. Pena pushing the action early and lands knees from a clinch in the first 30 seconds. Wiman breaks free and lands some punches but he's bleeding heavily from a cut around his left eye. Ref stops the fight to look at it but lets him keep fighting. Wiman gets a takedown after eating more knees and punches. Pena folls and manages to get to his feet and landing more clinch knees. Wiman breaks free but Pena still throwing the knees. Wiman gets a takedown but Pena sweeps into top position. Pena landing hard punches to the head. Wiman trying to capture a leg but eating hard shots. More hard punches from Pena at 3:15. Pena stands up to improve position and eats a couple of upkicks from Wiman. Wiman to his feet but Pena takes the back standing. Pena takes him down at 4:15. Total strikes are 22-9 for Pena. Hard punches from Pena with 15 seconds left but Wiman stays in it. 10-8 Pena

Doctor looked at the cuts on Wiman before round 2 but let him keep fighting. Pena picking him off with punches early in round 2 from distance. Wiman with a takedown attempt but Pena stuffs it and ends up on top. Pena throwing hard punches while Wiman attempts to take a leg. Pena stands up and forces Wiman to follow him. Flying knee and punch combo from Pena. Wiman lands some punches, probably his best of the fight. Pena takes the back standing and takes him down. Pena into half guard and working for a triangle choke. Wiman escapes and tries to reverse position but Pena stays on top. Wiman bleeding heavily again from the cuts around his eye. Wiman still searching for a sub from his back but not really getting close. More punches from Pena. Pena postures up and lands more hard punches. Ankle lock attempt from Wiman at 4:15. Pena escapes and lands some elbows to the head. Pena takes the back and secures a body lock at 4:45. 10-9 Pena, 20-17

Total strikes are 50-25 for Pena going into round 3 and Pena still throwing more. Wiman basically collapses from punches 1 minute in and Pena follows him and landing a ton of punches. Wiman not fighting back and ref Dan Miragliotta has no choice but to stop it. 

Official result - Luis Pena (7-1) by TKO (punches) at 1:14 of the 3rd round

Pena put over Matt Wiman as the toughest opponent of his career and asked for the crowd to give it up for him, which they did. He called out the most popular fighter on the roster "whoever Dana White and Sean Shelby put in front of me". 

> Ashley Yoder (6-4, 1-3 UFC) vs. Syuri Kondo (6-2, 1-2 UFC)
Women's Strawweights

Yoder gets a takedown 30 seconds in and moves into side control quickly. Yoder with some punches to the body and setting up an armbar. Hard elbows to the head from Yoder and she takes the back and then lands punches to the head. Yoder trying to secure a body lock and working for a rear naked choke. Kondo works her back to half guard but still eating punches to the head. Yoder back into side control and landing more punches to the head. Kondo gives up her back and still eating punches. Yoder again looking for a rear naked choke. Yoder with heavy punches to the head while securing a body lock. Yoder with an arm bar attempt but Kondo fights it off. Yoder with hard elbows to the head and body. Yoder with punches straight to the face as the round ends. 10-8 Yoder. 

Yoder takes it to the cage clinch to start the round but Kondo manages to break free. Kondo stuffs a takedown attempt and lands some knees to the body. Yoder gets a takedown 1 minute in but Kondo lands some hammer fists ont he way down. Yoder manages to take the back though. Yoder again trying for a rear naked choke. Kondo works her back to guard but eats some hard elbows to the head before Yoder again takes the back. Yoder with a 27-0 advantage in significant ground strikes landed. More punches to the head from Yoder. Triangle attempt from Yoder as the round ends. 10-9 Yoder, 20-17. Almost another 10-8

Kondo landing punches on the feet to start round 3 and Yoder goes for a takedown. Kondo with a standing guillotine and takes her to the ground but Yoder pops out and ends up on top. Yoder takes the back at 1:15. Yoder into mount briefly at 1:45 but takes the back again and lands some punches to the head. Yoder with hard elbows to the head as Kondo tries to defend the choke. Hard punches to the head from Yoder and she's not fighting back. Ref warns Kondo to defend herself. Yoder with the full body lock and working for the rear naked choke again. Significant strikes are 50-18 for Yoder. Yoder continuing to land punches and seems to have given up on the idea of a submission. 10-9 Yoder, 30-26 overall

Official result - Ashley Yoder (7-4) by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-25 and 30-24)  

> Dan Ige (11-2, 3-1 UFC) vs. Kevin Aguilar (17-1, 2-0 UFC)

Both throwing bombs to start. Aguilar cut on the nose after the first exchange of the fight. After the opening exchange, both keeping their distance wary of the other's power. Ige with a nice punch combo backs up Aguilar at 2:15. Ige with a takedown attempt defended. Ige knocks Aguilar down with a body kick and follows him to the ground. Ige with punches to the body but he's in full guard so Aguilar actually getting time to recover. Ige opens a cut over the right eye of Aguilar with an elbow. More punches to the head and body from Ige. Ige up with 15 seconds left and Aguilar follows. Aguilar lands some nice punches and a head kick before the buzzer. 10-9 Ige

Similar start to round 2 with both guys landing hard shots early and then backing off. Ige with a takedown at 1 minute but Aguilar reverses and ends up in top position. Aguilar takes the back and working for an armbar. Ige stands up with Aguilar still on his back and slams him down but Aguilar keeps back control. Ige reverses into top position though. Aguilar with an armbar attempt from the bottom. Aguilar moves into north/south position.  and landing elbows to the head. Aguilar works Ige back to guard with 2 minutes left. Ige into mount at 3:15 but Aguilar right away works him back to guard and then sweeps into top position. Aguilar lands elbows to the head. Aguilar with punches to the body and more elbows to the head at 4:15. 10-9 Aguilar, 19-19

Ige lands a nice body kick to start round 3. Aguilar with a nice punch combo. Ige stuffed on a takedown attempt and Aguilar lands up on top but Ige gets right to his feet. Great punch exchange at 2:00 with both guys landing hard shots. Ige lands a couple of really nice jabs at 3:00. Ige backs up Aguilar with a hard right cross to the head. Ige with a punch/knee combo that rocks Aguilar. Aguilar in real trouble and bleeding from several spots on his face. Ige all over Aguilar with punches but he won't go down. Ref looking like hemight stop it. Aguilar eating incredibly hard shots but won't go down. Aguilar almost falls over throwing a spin kick. Aguilar with a takedown but Ige right up and lands more hard punches. Aguilar backing up but staying on his feet. Ige with more hard punches before the buzzer. 10-8 Ige, 29-27 overall

Official result - Dan Ige (12-2) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 2; 29-27)

Ige, after some prompting, called out Bryce Mitchell, who he's had a bit of a Twitter war with over the last little while. He said he'd like that fight or someone in the top 15, 


> Kevin Holland (15-4, 2-1 UFC) vs. Alessio Di Chirico (12-2, 3-2 UFC)

Holland opens up with kicks to the body and pushes Di Chirico to the fence. He controls the cage clinch. Holland with punches to the body and throws in the odd knee. Di Chirico breaks away at the one minute mark. Di Chirico lands a nice punch combo at 2:00 that backs up Holland. Holland lands a spin kick and partially lands a flying knee that backs Di Chirico up to the cage. Holland with light body punches  while controlling the clinch. Di Chirico takes control at 3:00. Total strikes are 64-11 for Holland and he takes the clinch control back. They move out to the centre, still clinched, but then separate on their own. Holland backs up Di Chirico with a nice combo. Di Chirico rocks Holland with an elbow to the head. Holland tries a flying knee but Di Chirico catches him and takes him to the mat with 15 seconds left. Holland up quickly. 10-9 Holland

Holland takes it to the cage clinch early in the 2nd. Ref warns them to work at the 2 minute mark as nothing going on. Holland with an 80-0 advantage in body strikes landed but most of them have been light shots. It's still more than Di Chirico is doing. They separate on their own at 2:45. Holland lands a nice punch combo that backs up Di Chirico. Holland with a takedown but Di Chirico right up. Di Chirico lands a nice punch combo and he's controlling th epace at 3:30. They go to the clinch on the cage with Di Chirico in control. Separation at 4;00. Holland lands a nice punch combo. 10-9 Holland, 20-18. Holland favoring his shoulder at the end of the round and it almost looks like it could be stopped. 

Between rounds, Holland told his corner that his shoulder was out "again". Doctor checked it and let him fight though. Holland fighting with an odd standce with one of his arms up and the other down. Both guys keeping their distance and not throwing anything, let alone landing, in the first minute. Holland advancing and throws his first punches at 1:30. Holland backs up Di Chirico with jabs. Di Chirico lands his first combo of the round at 2:00. Crowd getting restless as not much happening. Both guys starting to throw leg kicks in the 2nd half of the round. Holland throwing almost exclusively left jabs and kicks as it's the right shoulder that's injured. Di Chirico clearly not aware of the injury as he's not targeting it. Holland stuffed on a takedown attempt at 4:30. Di Chirico gets a takedown, which was the most significant offence of the round but Holland gets right up. 10-9 Holland, 30-27

Official result - Kevin Holland (16-4) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)

Round 3 was really close and could've gone either way. Holland said his shoulder popped but he'll be alright. He made fun of Di Chirico crying about the decision and said he wasn't even listening to the ring announcer. 

> Andrea Lee (#10, 10-2, 2-0 UFC) vs. Montana De La Rosa (#11, 10-4, 3-0 UFC)
Women's Flyweights

Both trading punches in the center early with De La Rosa landing the harder shots. De La Rosa with a ncie punch combo at 1:15. She seems to be targeting the body. Lee starting to push the pace 2 minutes in. De La Rosa scores an easy takedown at 2:15 after eating a hard punch from Lee. Lee to her feet fairly quickly without taking any damage. They trade knees to the body from a clinch while fighting for control. Separation after Lee lands some hard knees to the body. De La Rosa with another takedown at 3:30 but Lee Right up. De La Rosa controlling a cage clinch at 3:45. Quick separation. De La Rosa back to the cage clinch at 4:15. Lee with knees to the body and they separate. Lee stuffs a takedown but De La Rosa landing hard punches. Lee gets a takedown at the end of the round. 10-9 Lee but really close 

De La Rosa's corner told her between rounds that Lee was tiring. Lee stuffs a takedown in the first minute and they end up in a cage clinch. Separation at 1:30. De La Rosa bleeding from the nose after eating some jabs from Lee. Lee mixing in punches to the body as well. Lee getting off nice punch combos and defends a couple of takedown attempts as well. She finally gets Lee down at 3:45 but Lee lands elbows to the head and then gets to her feet. De La Rosa controlling the cage clinch. 10-9 Lee, 20-18 overall

De La Rosa's corner told her she was down two rounds. Lee's said both rounds were close and she needed this one. De La Rosa gets a takedown early. Lee briefly up but Lee takes her right down. De La Rosa takes the back but Lee gets to her feet at 1:45. De La Rosa looking really tired and covered in blood from her nose. Lee falls after missing a kick and De La Rosa goes to the ground with her. De La Rosa with a choke attempt and secures a body lock Lee escapes and in top control. De La Rosa setting up an Oma Plata but gives it up quickly. Lee not doing anything from the top. Lee stands up and then lands some hard punches to the body and head before going back into guard. Lee with elbows ot the head but De La Rosa with a triangle attempt. Lee escapes and landing hard punches to the head. Lee in north/south position on the back and with a reverse triangle attempt. Lee gives that up but takes the back and working for a rear naked choke as the fight ends. 10-9 Lee, 30-27 overall

Official result - Andrea Lee (11-2) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 2; 29-28)

Michael Bisping did the post fight interview and was begging Lee to pick someone to call out. "Just give me a name" he said and all Lee would say is that she trust that the UFC will give her a good opponent. 

> Andre Ewell (14-5, 1-1 UFC) vs. Anderson Dos Santos (20-7, 0-1 UFC)

Dos Santos with the early advantage, landing nice punch combos. He goes for a takedown 2 minutes in but Ewell defends it well. USA chants from the crowd. Both guys land great shots in a nice punch exchange at 3:15. Dos Santos with a small cut on his nose. Ewell rocks Dos Santos with a counter left hand. Ewell backs him up to the cage with punches. Dos Santos just throwing shots back with no defence and the crowd going crazy. Ewell with a 27-11 advantage now in strikes landed after a slow start. Dos Santos charges forward with a nice punch combo. More USA chants at the end of the round. 10-9 Ewell

Dos Santos pushing the pace early in round 2. Ewell landing jabs from distance. Dos Santos misses badly on a takedown attempt. Ewell gets the best of a wild punch exchange while the crowd chants USA again. Dos Santos bleeding from several cuts on his face now. Ewell mixing in body kicks now. Dos Santos still advancing but eating a lot of punches. Ewell lands with a great punch combo and somehow Dos Santos stays up, but barely. Dos Santos' face is completely covered in blood. Dos Santos manages a takedown at 3:15. Dos Santos into mount at 3:45 but Ewell immediately spins out and gets to his feet. Head strikes are 51-24 for Ewell. Ewell still picking apart Dos Santos with jabs. Dos Santos taunting Ewell after eating a hard punch combo. 10-9 Ewell, 20-18

Ewell landing a ton of jabs from distance early in round 3. Dos Santos still leading the pace though and gets a takedown at 1:45. Dos Santos with punches to the body and head. More punches from Dos Santos as he maintains top position, not really trying to advance. He finally moves into mount at 3:15. Dos Santos with hard elbows and punches  to the head but Ewell escapes and gets to his feet at 3:30. Dos Santos still controlling the clinch. Dos Santos with knees to the legs. Ewell doing a good job defending the takedown. Separation at 4:30. Ewell lands a couple nice jabs. 10-9 Dos Santos, 29-28 Ewell overall

Official result - Andrew Ewell (15-5) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 2; 29-27)

> Bryan Barberena (14-6, 5-4 UFC) vs. Randy Brown (10-3, 4-3 UFC)

Both guys throwing low kicks early as they try to find their range. Brown throwing punches from distance but just missing. Brown with a couple of nice body kicks at 1:45. Barberena landing nice leg kicks that are definitely having an effect on Brown. Brown with a punch combo at 2:30. Brown catches a kick and pushes Barberena to the fence but they separate quickly. Brown back to the cage clinch at 4:15. Brown with knees to the body while Barberena landing rapid fire soft punches to the head. 10-9 Brown

Second round was pretty even with Barberena more aggressive. He got a takedown but Brown was up quickly. Brown was landing the harder shots but Barberena controlling the grappling exchanges. Brown landed a couple of really nice punch combos. Close round, 10-9 Barberena, 19-19 overall

Both corners told their fighter they need this round to win. Barberena pushing the pace early. Barberena with a nice series of punches landed as he backs Brown up to the fence. Brown showboating as he avoids some punches and then gets a partial knockdown on Barberena. Both guys landing crazy shots at 2:00 with Brown getting the better of it. Brown with a nice punch combo and starting to target the body. Barberena in big trouble but still firing back. He's favoring his midsection. Brown landing punches and knees and Barberena collapses so the ref stops it. 

Official result - Randy Brown (11-3) by TKO (punches and knees) at 2:54 of the 3rd round

Brown dedicated the fight to his grandmother, who passed away on Tuesday. Brown said he knew he was the underdog. He wants a top 15 fighter next but wouldn't give a name. 

> Renato Moicano (#5, 13-2-1, 5-2 UFC) vs. Chan Sung Jung (#12, 15-5, 4-2 UFC)

Zombie knocks down Moicano with the first punch exchange and all over hiim on the ground. He takes the back and secures a body lock. Zombie throwing punches like crazy to the head and Moicano not defending and the ref has no choice but to stop it. 

Official result - Chan Sung Jung (16-5) by TKO (punches) at 58 seconds

Zombie said this was a move he'd focused on for a long time and he'd just been waiting to use it. The precision with which he landed the first punch combo was beautiful and worth going out of your way to see. Moicano was clearly out but the ref was in the wrong position and the fight probably went about 20 seconds longer than it needed to. 

Fans of Zombie at ringside were crying and it was really quite the scene. More than just about anyone on the roster, he connects with fans and should probably be put in position to earn a title shot in his next fight.