UFC Fight Night 31 LIVE results and play-by-play

The Ultimate Fighting Championship presents UFC FIGHT NIGHT 31 tonight from Fort Campbell, Ky. This Fight for the Troops card is headlined with a middleweight bout between Tim Kenndy and Rafael Natal. The main card of UFC Fight Night 31 will air LIVE on Fox Sports 1 starting at 7 p.m. ET.

ProMMAnow.com will provide LIVE results and play-by-play commentary of all the action.

Kennedy vs. Natal set for Fight for the Troops 3

If you haven’t heard already, Tim Kennedy will not be fighting Lyoto Machida at the UFC’s Fight for the Troops 3 in November. Machida was moved to face Mark Munoz after an injury removed Michael Bisping from the card and Munoz was in need of an opponent. This left UFC newcomer Tim Kennedy in need of an opponent.

Ultimate Fighting Championship to host Fight for the Troops event on FOX Sports 1

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The Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) and FOX Sports 1 have joined forces to present UFC Fight For The Troops, a special three-hour live televised event on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. ET, to raise funds for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund in support of the brave men and women serving our nation in the United States Armed Forces.

Jorge Santiago will face Jay Silva in main event at Titan Fighting Championship 23: Fight for the Troops

Titan Fighting Championships has announced the main event bout for their upcoming show Titan Fighting Championship 23: Fight for the Troops. Jorge Santiago (24-10) will face Jay Silva (8-6) in a middleweight matchup and will air on HDNet. The event will take place on June15th at the Marshall Army Airfield in Fort Riley, Kansas.

Place your bids now in the Ultimate Auction – UFC to auction prizes to benefit Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund

LAS VEGAS – From walking out to the Octagon™ with your favorite fighter to having dinner with the lovely UFC® Octagon Girls, place your bids now in the “UFC Fight For The Troops” auction in anticipation of the “UFC Fight For The Troops” event live from Fort Hood, Texas on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at … Read more

Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt (& UFN 16 prelims)

Here it is: the leg kick heard ’round the world. Corey Hill vs. Dale Hartt at UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops. We can only hope that Corey makes a full recovery and can continue his career with the UFC and competing in professional mma.

Here are the other un-aired preliminary bouts from UFC: Fight for the Troops

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Corey Hill’s leg – photo

This has to be the worst picture in MMA history. Holy f*cking sh*t!!!! Corey was fighting Dale Hartt at UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops and as he threw a leg kick, Hartt checked the kick and Corey’s skinny shin’s made contact with Hartt’s thicker shin and something had to give. Maybe this … Read more

Fight for the Troops bonuses

Everyone who watched the Fight For the Troops would be in agreement with Josh Koshcheck’s winning the $30,000 knockout of the night bonus. The announcement came not long after his devastating two punch knockout of Yoshiyuki Yoshida. Even the commentators, Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan, immediately stated that they were sure it would get KO of the night honors.

Steve Cantwell was the recipient of the submission of the night $30,000 bonus after his arm-breaking (he literally gave Al-Hassan a two-way elbow) technical submission of Razak Al-Hassan. The hard to watch submission victory came at 4:04 of round 1. Amazingly, the referee, Mario Yamasaki, had to stop the match, as Al-Hassan never tapped, even while his arm was being hyper-extended, thus making the victory and actual technical submission, which goes on Cantwell’s record as a TKO.

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UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops – results & play by play

UFC Fight Night 16: Fight for the Troops took place tonight in Fayetteville, North Carolina and was broadcast live on SPIKE TV.

There were some great fights for a great cause. A few highlights were Steve Cantwell’s arm breaking submission, Dale Hartt’s leg-breaking kick, and Josh Koscheck’s complete wrecking of Yoshiyuki Yoshida.

It’s always entertaining when there’s a terrible referee and Joe Rogan starts going off on them on air.

In between the fights, viewers got to learn about TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and hear the stories of surviving veterans. The main purpose of the show was so UFC fans can help raise funds for the National Intrepid Center for Excellence at http://fallenheroesfund.ufc.com.

Here’s how the fights went down:

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