UCFC Results: Rich Clementi Breaks Clavicle; Micah Miller and Angela Magana Impress

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PITTSBURGH, PA — For the first ever MMA event in the city of Pittsburgh, the crowd of 5,109 in attendance were treated to an exciting event overall, the main event between Rich Clementi and Kyle Jensen ended prematurely when Clementi suffered a broken clavicle at just :45 seconds in the first round.

Clementi and Jensen came after each other early, and after a clinch it was Clementi who went for a throw, but ended up crashing on the mat himself as Jensen reversed the move. As Jensen worked to improve his position, Clementi yelled up to referee Mark Matheny that he broke his collarbone, and immediately the fight was stopped.

Jensen commented after the win how hard he trained for the fight with Clementi, and the former WEC fighter will now look to make his mark at 155lbs after this event.

American Top Team product, Micah Miller, put on a show for the Pittsburgh crowd looking very impressive, submitting J.C. Pennington in the 2nd round of their co-main event fight.

Miller used his reach to light Pennington up when the fight stayed standing, and once on the mat he showed his superior ground game, opening up shots, and moving to a rear naked choke forcing the tap out. Miller, a top featherweight prospect, will now head back home to Florida where he will have another fight on August 1st.
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WEC 35 Results, Three Title Fights On The Line

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WEC 35: Stann vs. Cantwell is set to take place this Sunday Aug 3. from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The show gets underway at 9pm EST live on Versus.

CageToday.com will have WEC 35 Results live starting at 7pm EST.

MAIN CARD

PRELIMINARY CARD

WEC 35 Weigh-In Results

WEC 35 Quick Results

Hiromitsu Miura (169) vs. Carlos Condit (169.5)
Steve Cantwell (205) vs. Brian Stann (201.5)
Marcus Hicks (155*) vs. Jamie Varner (155)
Damacio Page (135) vs Brian Bowles (136)
Josh Grispi (145) vs Micah Miller (145)
Carlo Prater (170) vs Brock Larson (171)
Dave Terrel (170) vs Blas Avena (170)
Todd Moore (154) vs Shane Roller (155)
Mike Budnik (154) vs Greg McIntyre (155)
Kenji Osawa (135.5) vs Scott Jorgensen (135.5)

Marcus Hicks came in at 156. Since this is a title fight, no one pound allowances are given. He was given one hour to drop the pound and eventually did, coming in at the 155lb.