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Full list of winners and stoppages from UFC 276 on July 2 [VIDEO]

We’ll be tracking the results all night during UFC 276 from Las Vegas on July 2, through the main event of Israel Adesanya vs. Jared Cannonier.

Opponents Israel Adesanya of Nigeria and Jared Cannonier face off during the UFC 276 press conference at T-Mobile Arena on June 30, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC

UFC 276 is live from the T-Mobile Arena right off the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The main event is a middleweight championship bout between the champion Israel Adesanya vs. the No. 2 contender Jared Cannonier. The other title on the line is at featherweight, with Alexander Volkanovski defending his featherweight belt against Max Holloway.

There are five fights scheduled for the main card, and seven on the preliminary card that starts at 6 p.m. ET live on ESPN+. Once things switch over to the main card at 10 p.m. ET, you’ll need to purchase the fight via ESPN+ pay-per-view.

We’ll be tracking all the results tonight. Below you’ll find the winner, how they secured a victory, and adding gifs, and video of exciting moments or stoppages where we can. Make sure to follow along throughout the evening! All odds are pre-fight from DraftKings Sportsbook:

Israel Adesanya (C) vs. Jared Cannonier: Middleweight

Israel Adesanya wins by unanimous decision (49-46, 49-46, 50-45).

It was one of the more dull fights in UFC championship history, but it shows how hard it is to hit Israel Adesanya. Now it’s over and both fighters will feel fine, because both barely got touched. It was the right decision, but it certainly wasn’t a fun bout to watch.

Odds to win:
Israel Adesanya -475
Jared Cannonier +380

Alexander Volkanovski (C) vs. Max Holloway: Featherweight

Alexander Volkanovski wins unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45).

Five rounds that looked like clones of each other. A flawless performance from Volkanovski, who puts himself in the conversation as one of the best pound-for-pound MMA combatants on the planet. The trilogy is complete, and it’s a sweep for the Australian.

Odds to win:
Alex Volkanovski -195
Max Holloway +165

Sean Strickland vs. Alex Pereira: Middleweight

Alex Pereira wins by KO at 2:24 of the first round.

A flawless left hook, and he slept him shortly after. Don’t stay in front of Alex Pereira.

Odds to win:
Sean Strickland -130
Alex Pereira +110

Robbie Lawler vs. Bryan Barberena: Welterweight

Bryan Barberena wins by TKO at 4:42 of the second round.

OUT OF NOWHERE! With over half the round over, Lawler was still in control. But a huge right finally staggered Lawler, and he continued to wear him down until the stoppage just moments from the 10-second rap from the timekeeper.

Odds to win:
Robbie Lawler -110
Bryan Barberena -110

Pedro Munhoz vs. Sean O’Malley: Bantamweight (No Decision)

O’Malley with an unintentional finger poke while throwing a jab, and Munhoz said he couldn’t see anything out of his right eye. The fight is ruled a no contest as there was no intent as determined by referee Jason Herzog. It ended at 3:09 of the second round.

Odds to win:
Pedro Munhoz +260
Sean O’Malley-315

Brad Riddell vs. Jalin Turner: Lightweight

Jalin Turner wins by guillotine choke at :45 of the first round

That was fast! A terrific performance by Turner moves him to 13-5 as an MMA professional, and gets his fifth-consecutive win in the octagon.

Odds to win:
Brad Riddell +130
Jalin Turner -150

Jim Miller vs. Donald Cerrone: Welterweight

Jim Miller wins by guillotine choke at 3:28 of the second round

Now the UFC’s all-time win leader, Miller attacked after Cerrone fell down following a head kick attempt. There was no doubt after it was hooked in.

After the bout, Donald Cerrone left his hat and his gloves in the cage indicating he has retired. He told Joe Rogan he’s off to become a movie star, and that this was the most difficult camp of his over-50-fight MMA career.

Odds to win:
Jim Miller -190
Donald Cerrone +160

Ian Garry vs. Gabe Green: Welterweight

Ian Garry wins by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

No doubt here in a mostly-standup battle. Garry led on significant strikes 101-71, and landed all 11 of his kicks. Garry moves to 10-0 as an MMA professional, and likely gets closer to single digits in the welterweight rankings.

Odds to win:
Ian Garry -175
Gabriel Green +150

Brad Tavares vs. Dricus Du Plessis: Middleweight

Dricus Du Plessis wins by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

After struggling in the first round, Du Plessis dominated from the stand-up in the last 10 minutes. He finished the fight 99-69 ahead on significant strikes, including a 74-42 advantage to the head.

Odds to win:
Brad Tavares +130
Dricus Du Plessis -150

Uriah Hall vs. Andre Muniz: Middleweight

Andrew Muniz wins by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Never a doubt in this one, as Muniz controlled all aspects of the fight from beginning to end. There was an 86-17 total strike advantage, as well as a 10:12-0:18 fight control edge.

Odds to win:
Uriah Hall +265
Andre Muniz -320

Jessica Eye vs. Maycee Barber: Women’s Flyweight

Maycee Barber wins by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Barber led on significant strikes 52-31, many of them sharp elbows to the former contender, who retired after the bout.

Odds to win:
Jessica Eye +240
Maycee Barber -285

Jessica-Rose Clark vs. Julija Stoliarenko: Women’s Bantamweight

Julija Stoliarenko wins by submission (armbar) at :42 of the first round.

Stoliarenko broke her arm in under a minute. Don’t look if you’re squeamish. Welcome to UFC 276.

Odds to win:
Jessica-Rose Clark -140
Julija Stoliarenko +120

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