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UFC on ESPN+ 14 live results: Shevchenko vs. Carmouche 2

Welcome to F4WOnline.com's live coverage of UFC on ESPN+ 14: Shevchenko vs. Carmouche 2, emanating from the Antel Arena in Montevideo, Uruguay.

The Octagon heads to Uruguay for the very first time with a title fight in the main event and some solid action throughout the entire card.

UFC Women's Flyweight Champion Valentina Shevchenko defends the title against Liz Carmouche in the headline bout. It is a rematch between the two, as they first fought in 2010 in a regional promotion, a fight won by Carmouche. Shevchenko has since become one of the most dominant female fighters in the sport, and makes a quick turnaround coming off a brutal knockout win over Jessica Eye at UFC 238 in June. Carmouche has won her last two fights and fights for UFC gold for the second time.

In the co-main event, it is a welterweight bout as Vicente Luque looks to extend his five-fight win streak as he takes on Mike Perry. Also on the main card is a light heavyweight battle between former title challenger Volkan Oezdemir and Ilir Latifi, as well as the UFC debut of jiu-jitsu world champion Rodolfo Vieira.

Follow along with our live coverage of the event beginning at 5 p.m. Eastern time with preliminary action all the way through the main card.


> Veronica Macedo (5-3, 0-3 UFC) vs. Polyana Viana (10-3, 1-2 UFC)
Women's Flyweights

Viana gets a takedown 30 seconds in. Macedo with an armbar attempt from her back. Viana easily escapes and working for a head and arm choke. Macedo escapes and secures an armbar and gets a quick tap. 

Official result - Veronica Macedo (6-3) by submission (armbar) at 1:09

This was a must win for Macedo, who had lost 3 in a row. She translated her own post-fight interview which she dedicated to one of her training partners. This was the fastest submission in the history of the UFC women's flyweight division. 

> Kazula Vargas (11-2, 0-0 UFC) vs. Alex da Silva (20-2, 0-1 UFC)

Vargas comes out firing with punches but da Silva takes him down. da Silva with punches to the body and head. da Silva takes the back 45 seconds in. Crowd getting restless early as not much happening on the ground. da Silva secures a body lock at 2:15 but Vargas doing his best to try and break it. Ref warns them to work even though da Silva is in a dominant position. da Silva occasionally trying to secure a choke but Vargas doing a good job fighting that off. da Silva throwing punches finally but Vargas reverses position with 15 seconds left and dropping a ton of punches. Not enough to steal the round but made it close. 10-9 da Silva

Both guys firing punches to start the 2nd. Vargas also mixing in some kicks but da Silva gets a takedown off a missed attempt from Vargas. da Silva takes the back at 1:00. da Silva landing punches ot the head and body. Vargas works him to guard. da Silva with more punches to the head as Vargas attempts a triangle from the bottom. da Silva takes the back again at 3:30 and landing hard punches to the head. Vargas works him back to guard with a minute left. More boos from the crowd. da Silva has been on top for all but 2 minutes of the fight so far and not doing much in the way of damage. 10-9 da Silva, 20-18 overall

da Silva lands some punch combos early in the 3rd. Vargas seems more passive this round as his corner told him to avoid getting taken down. da Silva knocks him down with a punch and goes into his guard with 3 minutes left. Vargas throws some weak elbows from his back. da Silva with punches to the head, just enough to avoid a standup although the ref isn't even warning them. Crowd whistling their displeasure. da Silva firing a barrage of punches ot the head with a minute left as he works to take the back and he does with 45 seconds left. Vargas briefly to his feet but da Silva drags him right down. Vargas to his feet again with 10 seconds left but da Silva controls is body to the buzzer. 10-9 da Silva, 30-27 overall

Official result  - Alex da Silva (21-2) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)

That was the first time da Silva ever won a fight by decision. No post-fight interview. 

> Geraldo de Freitas (12-4, 1-0 UFC) vs. Chris Gutierrez (13-3-1, 1-1 UFC)

Gutierrez throwing a lot of kicks early but not much landing. de Freitas just trying to find his range. Gutierrez with a punch combo at 1:45. de Freitas backs him up with some punch attempts but it doesn't look like anything lands. de Freitas with a partial takedown at 3:30 but Gutierrez right up. de Freitas definitely controlling the pace now but still not throwing much. de Freitas knocks him down with a foot sweep but Gutierrez right up and controlling a cage clinch at 4:30. de Freitas takes control and gets a trip takedown. de Freitas moves into mount and landing punches as the round ends and may have stolen it. 10-9 de Freitas

Gutierrez' corner tells him he lost the first and that he needs to establish Octagon control. Both guys throwing a little more to start the second. de Freitas with some reddening on his lead leg from the kicks of Gutierrez. Gutierrez stuffs a takedown attempt at 1:45. Gutierrez with a leg kick that almost knocks down de Freitas. de Freitas with a takedown at 2:30. de Freitas trying to set up a triangle choke while also attempting to advance. Gutierrez sweeps into top position at 3:30. Gutierrez to his feet but de Freitas stays on his back. Ref warns them to work as the crowd getting restless. de Freitas grabs a leg which makes Gutierrez go back to the ground and he ends the round on top. 10-9 Gutierrez, 19-19 overall

de Freitas' corner told him it's tied 1-1 and that he needs to avoid the kicks because they're hurting him. de Freitas bleeding from the nose to start round 3. Total strikes are 19-18 for de Freitas through 2 rounds. de Freitas with a takedown attempt stuffed. de Freitas aggressive and throwing a lot of punches, most of which miss. de Freitas goes down from a leg kick but Gutierrez stays on his feet. Crowd is whistling like crazy and de Freita finally gets up on his own. Ref stops the fight to look at a cut on Gutierrez' forehead but the doctor lets it continue. Cut was caused by an accidental headbutt. de Freitas going for takedowns but Gutierrez stopping them easily and throws him to the ground at 2:15. Gutierrez stays on his feet and the crowd reacts negatively. de Freitas gets up more quickly this time but goes down from the first low kick. Ref makes him stand up this time. Gutierrez' face is covered in blood but he's winning the fight. Great punch combo from de Freitas hurts Gutierrez at 3:45. Gutierrez firing back with punches. de Freitas chasing him down though. de Freitas closes with a ton of punches and in a close fight, it may be the difference. 10-9 de Freitas, 29-28 overall but could go either way. 

Official result - Chris Gutierrez (14-3-1) by split decision (29-28 x 2; 27-30)

Third round was so close. No idea how any judge could give de Frietas round 2 though. Gutierrez did his post-fight interview in both English and Spanish and dedicated it to his family. 

> Rogerio Bontorin (#8, 15-1 1 NC, 1-0 UFC) vs. Raulian Paiva (#14, 18-2, 0-1 UFC)

Paiva with an early punch combo. Bontorin gets a nice combo off and then goes for a takedown at 1:15. He completes it but Paiva is bleeding from a cut. Ref stops the fight to look at it. He's got a huge welt under his left eye and blew his nose, which may have been a mistake. Cut came from a punch. Ref takes away the position, which was a mistake. Then he stops the fight and puts them back in position. Another mistake. And this is Osiris Maia, who is very experienced. And immediately, Paiva gets up anyway. Both guys throwing bombs. Bontorin gets a bodyslam takedown. Now Paiva is bleeding like crazy after a knee to the face and the ref stops it again. And this time the doctor stops it. What a weird fight. 

Official result - Rogerio Bontorin (16-1) by TKO (doctor stoppage due to cut)

That was the ninth first round finish for Bontorin, which is kind of unheard of in the flyweight division. He says "I'm an employee and I'll do whatever UFC wants". I thought he was an independant contractor?

> Tecia Torres (#8, 10-4, 6-4 UFC) vs. Marina Rodriguez (12-0-1, 1-0-1 UFC)

Both ladies keeping their distance early. Torres throwing punch combos that aren't even coming close. some whistling from the crowd two minutes in. Rodriguez connecting with leg kicks. Rodriguez with a punch combo at 2:30. Torres catches a kick and pushes Rodriguez to the cage with 30 seconds left. Rodriguez with knees to the body. Rodriguez with punches to the head as she takes control and more knees landed at the buzzer. 10-9 Rodriguez

Torres more active to start the 2nd, throwing a lot of kicks. Total strikes are 25-17 for Rodriguez. Torres also 0/2 in takedown attempts. Rodriguez lands some front kicks to the body. Rodriguez initiates a cage clinch and Torres lands some knees to the body. Torres breaks free and lands a kick combo. Nice punch exchange at 2:00 with both ladies landing some nice shots. Torres stuffed on another takedown attempt but controlling a cage clinch at 3:15. Rodriguez breaks free at 3:45 with no one doing any damage. Rodriguez with a 29-12 advantage in kicks and knees landed. Torres back to the cage clinch after a failed takedown attempt as the round ends. Close. 10-9 Torres, 19-19 overall

Rodriguez backs up Torres with a punch combo in the first minute and controlling a cage clinch. Torres takes control at 1:30. Separation at 1:45. The TSN feed went out for a couple of minutes but it came back with them in a clinch. Rodriguez again back to the cage clinch and landing knees and gets a takedown but lets Torres back up. There was a takedown earlier that I missed and it seems like Rodriguez won the round and the fight. 10-9 Rodriguez, 29-28 overall

Official result - Marina Rodriguez (13-0-1) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 2; 30-26)

> Ciryl Gane (3-0, 0-0 UFC) vs. Raphael Pessoa (9-0, 0-0 UFC)

Gane controlling the pace early. Pessoa throws a couple big shots that just miss. Gane catches a leg and throws Pessoa to the ground but lets him up. Pessoa just misses a spinning head kick. Pessoa throwing big looping shots that dont' quite connect but he is touching him. Gane more precise with his strikes but isn't connecting solidly either. Gane pushes Pessoa to the fence and controlling a clinch. Pessoa gets him down but Gane sweeps into top position and secures a head and arm choke and gets a quick tap. 

Official result - Ciryl Gane (4-0) by submission (arm triangle) at 4:12

Gane says he's fight anywhere and anyone. Also that he was expecting a submission win. 

> Gilbert Burns (16-3, 8-3 UFC) vs. Alexey Kunchenko (20-0, 2-0 UFC)

Burns gets a knockdown early but Kunchenko right up. Kunchenko landing hard leg kicks early. Burns lands a body kick that sounds like a gunshot. Burns with hard leg kicks as well and then moves in for a takedown and completes it 2 minutes in. Burns not doing any ground and pound but trying to advance. A couple of times Burns briefly moved into side control but Kunchenko worked hiim back to guard quickly. Crowd not liking it. 10-9 Burns

Kunchenko with deep bruising on his lead leg from the kicks. Punch combo from Burns 30 seconds in. Kunchenko lands a couple leg kicks of his own. Burns with a 26-13 advantage in significant strikes landed. Kunchenko backs Burns up with a punch combo at 3:00. Burns gets a takedown. Kunchenko landing lights punches from his back. Burns with elbows to the head as he tries to advance. Burns grabs a front choke with 45 seconds left but Kunchenko escapes. Burns with punches and elbows and tries to take the back but Kunchenko escapes to his feet as the round ends. 10-9 Burns, 20-18 overall

Kunchenko more aggressive to start the 3rd. They trade hard leg kicks. 'kunchenko stuffs a takedown and ends up on top but then goes to his feet and Burns follows. Kunchenko with a punch/kick combo at 1:45. Kunchenko knocks Burns down with a low kick but won't go to the ground with him. Ref makes Burns stand up. Burns gets a takedown at 2:45 and takes the back. Kunchenko with elbows to the head but Burns maintains control. Kunchenko to his feet but Burns still controlling him. Kunchenko with elbows and punches to the head with Burns just hanging on. Burns controlling the cage clinch but Kunchenko continuing to land shots and he has a 44-7 advantage in strikes landed in round 3. Ref separates them at 4:45. Kunchenko with more leg kicks and stalking Burns as the fight winds down. 10-9 Kunchenko, 29-28 Burns overall

Official result - Gilbert Burns (17-3) by unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)

Crowd booing the result as Burns was dead tired at the end and would've lost if it had gone any longer. Burns addressed the crowd without even being asked a question. He said he apologizes for the performance but he took it on two week's notice and did his best. 


> Enrique Barzola (15-4-1, 5-2 UFC) vs. Bobby Moffett (14-4, 1-1 UFC)

Moffett throwing kicks early. Barzola grazes him with a Superman punch a minute in. Barzola throwing punches from different angles but Moffett moving out of the way of most of them. Nice punch combo from Moffett at 2:30. Barzola connects with a hard shot that causes swelling on Moffett's right cheek. Nice punch/kick combo from Moffett at 3:00. Barzola gets off his best punch combo of hte round at 3;15. Moffett landing high kicks at the end of his combos. Barzola gets a takedown at the end of the round but Moffett right up. Close round. 10-9 Moffett

Barzola pressing forward to start round 2 and goes for a takedown early. Moffett manages to fight it off. Barzola throwing wild punches to the head but Moffett evading most of them. Moffett takes the back standing and pushes Barzola to the corner. Barzola escapes easily. Moffett with another takedown attempt stuffed. Total strikes landed are 30-30 through 7 minutes but Barzola has thrown a lot more. Nice punch combo from Barzola at 3:00 as he's landing more often now. Moffett with another takedown attempt stuffed. Moffett with a kick combo at 3:30. Nice punch combo from Barzola at 3:45 backs Moffett up. Barzola with more punches and then Moffett fires back with punches with 30 seconds left. Both guys throwing crazy shots and the crowd loving it. Barzola with another late takedown. 10-9 Barzola, 19-19

Both guys landing leg kicks early in the 3rd. Barzola rocks Moffett with a punch combo at 1:15. Crowd chanting for Barzola now. Moffett stuffed on a takedown attempt and crowd boos as he clinches. They quickly separate. Both guys trading shots and chasing each other around the Octagon and it's really close with 2 minutes left. Moffett with a 74-72 lead in total strikes landed and a 25-23 advantage in round 3 that's with 90 seconds left. Barzola pushing forward with punches with 30 seconds left and goes for a late takedown again. He completes it but Moffett right up. 10-9 Barzola but razor thin. 29-28 Barzola overall

Official result - Enrique Barzola (16-4-1) by split decision (28-29, 29-27, 29-28)

The crowd loves his post-fight promo where he thanked them all and talked about how much he loved fighting in South America. 

> Rodolfo Vieira (5-0, 0-0 UFC) vs. Oskar Piechota (11-1-1, 2-1 UFC)

Vieira controlling the pace early. Vieira lands a couple of hard jabs from distance but Piechota does not want to get close to him. Piechota stuffs the first takedown attempt at 1:30. Punch combo from Piechota at 1:45. Vieira gets a takedown at 2:15. Piechota with a triangle attempt from his back but Vieira easily defends and landing hard punches and elbows to the head. Hard punches to the head from Vieira. Piechota to his feet and landing elbows to the head of Vieira as he controls the clinch. 10-9 Vieira

Vieira was very tired between rounds. Piechota comes out throwing hard punches. Vieira stuffed on a takedown attempt 45 seconds in. Vieira is bleeding from a cut under his right eye. Vieira gets a takedown at 1:30. Piechota landing light punches to the body from his back. Crowd whistling their disapproval and Piechota makes his way to his feet. Vieira with another takedown attempt stuffed. Vieira controlling a cage clinch. Vieira gets another takedown at 3:00. Vieira with punches to the body and head and lands elbows as well. Vieira into half guard and then quickly into mount at 4:15. Vieira with a head and arm choke and Piechota taps. 

Official result - Rodolfo Vieira (6-0) by submission (arm triangle) at 4:26 of the 2nd round

> Volkan Oezdemir (#7, 15-4, 3-3 UFC) vs. Ilir Latifi (#9, 14-6 1 NC, 7-4 UFC)
Light Heavyweights

Oezdemir landing occasional shots early. Latifi gets a takedown at 1:15 and lands in side control but Oezdemir quickly works him to guard and then gets to his feet. Nice punch exchange with both guys landing hard shots. Latifi intiiates a cage clinch. Oezdemir landing elbows to the head and they separate. Latifi with a huge welt under his right eye. Oezdemir lands a hard knee to the head when Latifi moves in for a takedown but he stays up. Oezdemir landing hard leg kicks. Punch combo from Latifi at 4:15 and then stuffed on another takedown attempt. Total strikes are 43-4 for Oezdemir. 10-9 Oezdemir

Oezdemir controlling the pace early in round 2. Oezdemir mixing in more kicks with his punches. Nice punch combo from Latifi at 1:45. Oezdemir backs up Latifi to the fence with punches. Latifi down after eating a knee but gets right up. Latifi in trouble through and Oezdemir lands knees to the body and elbows to the head. More elbows from Oezdemir. Oezdemir with punches to the body and a knee to the head. Latifi is gassed. Oezdemir with a 53-8 advantage in head strikes landed. Low kick from Oezdemir stumbles Latifi. Latifi down after a punch combo and the ref steps right in to stop it before Oezdemir can go to the ground with him. 

Official result - Volkan Oezdemir (16-4) by TKO (punches) at 4:31 of round 2

Oezdemir asked for a rematch with either Jan Blachowicz or Dominick Reyes, both of which he had suffered recent losses again. He says he's a different fighter now and will fighter better if he gets the change to. 

> Eduardo Garagorri (12-0, 0-0 UFC) vs. Humberto Bandenay (14-6 1 NC, 1-2 UFC)

Garagorri lands the first kick and the crowd explodes as he's the only fighter from Uruguay on the card. Bandenay gets a takedown at 1:15. Elbows to the head from Garagorri. Garagorri to his feet at 1:45. Garagorri gets a takedown and the crowd explodes. Garagorri stands up but Bandenay stays on his back. Crowd hates that. Ref forces Bandenay up. Garagorri with a great punch combo. Bandenay gets a takedown .Garagorri to his feet. Garagorri keeps trying to clinch. Bandenay bleeding from a cut on his forehead after the flurry from Gargorri. Garagorri with a punch/elbow combo. Back to the clinch with 30 seconds left. Garagorri with a huge advantage in strikes landed. 10-9 Garagorri

Garagorri throwing a lot of kicks to open the 2nd. Crowd reacting huge every time he lands. Garagorri with a 22-4 advantage in strikes landed. Great punch exchange with both guys landing and Garagorri now bleeding from a cut around his left eye. Body punch combo from Garagorri. Strikes count now 30-10. Garagorri goes to the cage clinch. Ref separates them quickly. Garagorri lands a couple of shots to the liver and Bandenay is feeling it. Back to the cage clinch for Garagorri. Bandenay takes control with 45 seconds left. They separate and Garagorri lands a nice punch combo. Bandenay lands a nice counter punch. Bandenay gets a late takedown. 10-9 Garagorri, 20-18 overall

Garagorri opens with a punch combo. Garagorri back to the cage clinch after Bandenay attempts a takedown. Bandenay takes control and then gets a takedown. Garagorri to his feet and lands a nice punch combo. Bandenay back to the cage clinch. Bandenay landing light knees to the legs. Ref breaks it up quickly as the crowd whistles. Nice punch combo from Bandenay. Back to the cage clinch for Bandenay. Crowd whistling right away. Garagorri takes control and now they're okay with it. Separation at 3:15. Total strikes landed are 51-30 but 15-10 for Bandenay in the 3rd. Garagorri with a nice punch combo at 4:30. Bandenay misses a takedown attempt and they close with a wild punch exchange. 10-9 Bandenay, 29-28 Garagorri overall

Official result - Eduardo Garagorri (13-0) by unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)

Garagorri was really happy to be able to fight in his home country and the crowd loved every word he said. The only English he said was "50 Gs, baby", asking for a bonus, which almost never works. 

> Vicente Luque (16-6-1, 9-2 UFC) vs. Mike Perry (13-4, 6-4 UFC)

Luque controlling the pace early. Luque throwing single shots and most landing. Perry is measured as well and landing hard kicks from distance. Perry cut under the right eye after a punch from Luque connects. Luque also cut on the bridge of his nose. Flying knee from Luque lands. Perry bleeding from a cut beside his left eye now. Perry witha  great punch combo backs Luque up with 30 seconds left. Luque answers back with a punch combo of his own. Luque also landing hard leg kicks that are bothering Perry. 10-9 Luque

Total strikes in round 1 were 25-24 for Perry. Perry goes to the cage clinch early in round 2. Perry's corner told him he lost the 1st. Punch combo from Perry as he breaks the clinch on his own. Luque throwing head kicks. Nice punch exchange with both landing hard head punches. Perry with a punch combo including a hard body shot. Perry backs up Luque with punches. Luque trying to cover up but they're getting through. Luque rocks Perry with a punch combo. Kick/punch combo from Luque at 3:45. Significant head strikes now 32-26 but both have thrown the same amount. They trade hard leg kicks. Both guys continuing to land hard punches to the head. Both guys bleeding from cuts on the head but Perry looks worse. 10-9 Perry, 19-19 overall

Now Perry's corner tells him he's up 2-0 after telling him he lost the 1st. That's not good cornering. Luque controlling the pace early in the 3rd. Luque landing hard leg kicks again and they really seem to be bothering Perry. Nice punch combo from Luque at 2:00 and Perry answers with a left cross. Perry with a takedown attempt and ends up controlling a cage clinch. Perry with knees to the legs. Crowd whistling their displeasure and the ref warns them to work. Ref breaks it up with 2 minutes left. Perry catches a knee and gets a takedown at 3:30. Luque with a guillotine attempt from his back. Perry punching his body but losing a ton of blood. Perry's forehead is leaking like a faucet but he's not going to quit and he's continuing to throw body punches. Perry escapes with 30 seconds left and on top. Both guys are covered in Perry's blood. Perry stands up before the buzzer. 10-9 Luque but could go either way. 29-28 Luque overall

Perry's nose was broken in the exchange and looked horrible as they went to the judges. 

Official result - Vicent Luque (17-6-1) by split decision (29-28 x 2; 28-29)

Luque dedicated the fight to his grandmother, who had passed away. He said the gameplan was to do what he did but not to get his as much as he did. He thought he won the first two rounds but might have lost the third. This was his 6th win in a row and he wants someone in the top 10 and said he'd like to fight Wonderboy Thompson in November or December. 

> Valentina Shevchenko (C, 17-3, 6-2 UFC) vs. Liz Carmouche (#3, 13-6, 5-4 UFC)
UFC Women's Flyweight Championship

Both ladies keeping their distance early with Shevchenko pushing the pace. Carmouche lands a leg kick at 1:45, which may be the first strike landed by either but Shevchenko answers with a punch/kick combo right after. Carmouche connects with a nice front kick. Crowd whistling with 15 seconds left. Nothing happened really and very tough to score. 10-9 Shevchenko for Octagon control but really could be 10-10

Carmouche lands a leg kick and a jab early in round 2. Shevchenko pushing the pace again. Crowd voicing their displeasure a minute in. Carmouche stuffed on a takedown attempt at 1:45. Punch/kick combo from Shevchenko at 3:45. Carmouche answers with a body kick. Another punch/kick combo from Shevchenko. Spinning back fist and a punch combo from Shevchenko at 4:45. 10-9 Shevchenko, 20-18

Carmouche's corner tells her she's following her gameplan perfectly. She's fighting not to lose but also not to win. Both throw leg kicks early in round 3. Shevchenko lands a hard leg kick at 1:15. Crowd really hating this as almost nothing happening through 2 minutes. Shevchenko knocks Carmouche down with a left hook but doesn't go to the ground and the ref makes her stand up. Shevchenko takes her down with a hard slam at 4:00. Carmouche with kicks to the thigh from her back. Carmouche secures a body lock from her back. Shevchenko lands body punches from the top. 10-9 Shevchenko, 30-27 overall

Carmouche had zero significant strikes landed in round 3. Nice punch/kick combo from Shevchenko 1 minute into round 4. Crowd wakes up. Carmouche misses badly on a takedown attempt and Shevchenko ends up on top. Carmouche secures a body lock from her back. Carmouche again landing heel strikes to the back. She tries a submission from her back but Shevchenko is tied to close to her. More whistling from the crowd. Shevchenko breaks the body lock at 3:00. Ref stands them up at 3:30. Punch/kick combo from Shevchenko at 4:00. Shevchenko lands a spinning back that drops Carmouche. She tries for a takedown and Shevchenko stuffs it.. Shevchenko takes the back but then moves to side control. Carmouche works her back to guard before the round ends. 10-9 Shevchenko, 40-36

Carmouche pushing the pace early in the 5th, which may be the first time in the fight she's done that. They trade hard leg kicks in the first minute. Punch combo from Shevchenko. Carmouche catches a kick and attempts a takedown but Shevchenko stuffs it. Shevchenko ends up on top on the ground. Boos and whistles from the crowd 2 minutes in. Heel strikes from her back from Carmouche. Body punches from Shevchenko but she's not trying to advance position at all. Shevchenko with shoulder strikes as Carmouche is landing body punches from her back. Ref warns them to work as the crowd whistles some more. More shoulder strikes from Shevchenko as she maintains top position. Shevchenko stands up right before the buzzer after landing some punches. 10-9 Shevchenko, 50-45. 

Official result - Valentina Shevchenko (18-3) by unanimous decision (50-45 x 3)

Shevchenko cut a promo in Spanish for the Uruguay crowd, which they seemed to like. Michael Bisping asked her to translate it and she said it was too long and they both laughed. Crowd seemed to like it after booing the fight. She didn't call anyone else but she said she wants anyone and everyone but did mention Amanda Nunes as a possible opponent, which would be the third time for them. 

She closed it off with her patented dance, which the crowd loved.