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Prone on the canvas in the center of the Octagon, Mac Danzig started crying.
Moments earlier, a blistering short left hand from Melvin Guillard rocked the former Ultimate Fighter winner. His survival instincts kicked in, but Guillard was unrelenting. More punches followed as Danzig shelled up on all fours. As he tried to roll onto his back, a series of powerful hammerfists brought the fight to a close, with Danzig laid out on the mat, his face spotted with blood.
Danzig's pained response could be heard on press row, and brought conversations about the finish to a halt.
Back in the Saddle
Sam "Hands of Stone" Stout is looking forward to welcoming Cody McKenzie back to the lightweight division this Sunday at UFC Fight Night: Johnson vs. Benavidez 2, live on FOX Sports and FUEL TV Australia.
The London, Ontario lightweight faces the TUF alum in FS1 prelim action on the UFC on FOX 9 card on December 14th. The bout marks McKenzie's return to the division after going 1-1 during his two year run at featherweight.
"I'm going to put it on him, that's for sure," says Stout. "I'm excited to be fighting on FOX because it's a much wider audience. You know, not everybody has the money to buy the Pay-Per-View all the time so I'm happy that this fight will be free for everyone and anyone to watch me do my thing in there."
For Stout, McKenzie plays right into his strengths as a kickboxer known mostly for the stand and bang style that has garnered him six Fight of the Night bonuses.
"I have to beat Anderson Silva this time to solidify my first victory and solidify myself as a champion." UFC middleweight title-holder Chris Weidman prepares to come into the rematch with former champion Anderson Silva his chin down and teeth gritted.