UFC on ESPN+ 12 took place Saturday, June 22, 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina. The card was headlined by a top ten featherweight bout between Chan Sung Jung and Renato Moicano.
Closing odds are courtesy of BetDSI. Here’s a quick recap of each of those fights.
Favorites that Won
In an entertaining fight, Andre Ewell used his length well to beat up Anderson Dos Santos to earn a decision victory. Ewell closed -139 while Dos Santos closed +114
Andrea Lee’s jab was effective throughout the fight, but it was her ability to stuff Montana De La Rosa’s takedown attempts that enabled her to runaway with a decision victory. Lee closed -164 with the return on De La Rosa +144
In a rather lackluster fight, Kevin Holland snuck out a decision victory over Alessio Di Chirico despite injuring his shoulder in the second round. Holland closed -196 while Di Chirico closed +165
Ashley Yoder was able to take Syuri Kondo to the mat in all the three rounds and had dominant control on the mat to win an easy decision. Yoder closed -135. Kondo closed +111
Luis Pena dominated Matt Wiman from start to finish as he brutalized the veteran to win by third round TKO. Pena closed -370 with Wiman closing +289
Jair Rozenstruik earned the second fastest knockout in UFC Heavyweight history when he finished Allen Crowder in just nine seconds. Rozenstruik closed -286 while Crowder closed +219
In an action-packed fight, Deron Winn was pushed to the limit by Eric Spicely, but ultimately was able to battle through a difficult round three to earn a decision victory and stay undefeated. Winn closed -417 with the return on Spicely +307
Underdogs that Won
Chan Sung Jung landed a beautiful right hand that dropped Renato Moicano in the opening striking exchanges of the fight. Jung continued on the mat with a barrage of strikes to get the first-round stoppage victory. Jung closed +194 while Moicano closed -238
Randy Brown hurt Bryan Barbarena with a body shot midway through round three and then followed up with strikes to finish his opponent for a TKO victory. Brown closed +195. Barbarena closed -244
In a close, competitive fight, Dan Ige wobbled Kevin Aguilar in the third round and continued to press the action to put his stamp on the round and win a hard-fought decision. Ige closed +133 while Aguilar closed -156
Molly McCann was the more active striker landing the more impactful head shots while also mixing in timely takedowns in the first two rounds to win a unanimous decision over Ariane Lipski. Lipski closed -278 with McCann closing +225