UFC on FOX 14 took place Saturday night in Stockholm, Sweden, and it was one of the most insane cards ever as it featured a number of crazy finishes that no one expected to happen. Overall from a betting perspective, five betting favorites won while seven underdogs won based on the closing odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook. Here’s a quick recap for each fight. Underdogs That Won In the main event of the evening, Anthony Johnson defeated Alexander Gustafsson via first-round TKO (punches). Johnson rocked Gustafsson early in the fight and kept punching until the referee stopped the fight for the massive upset win. Johnson cashed as a +260 dog (bet $100 to win $260) while Gustafsson lost as a -290 favorite (bet $290 to win $100). In a light heavyweight bout, Ryan Bader defeated Phil Davis via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28). This was a very close fight that could have gone either way but ultimately the judges felt Bader did a bit more and he stole the decision. Bader was +175 while Davis was -190. In a featherweight bout, Sam Sicilia defeated Akira Corassani via first-round KO (punches). Corassani tried to implement a stick-and-move gameplan but Sicilia eventually got to his chin and brutally knocked him out. Sicilia was +120 while Corassani was -130. In a welterweight bout, Kenny Robertson defeated Sultan Aliev via first-round KO (punches). Robertson looked tremendous in this fight, taking Aliev down early and then finishing him with a brutal knockout early in the first round. Robertson was +165 while Aliev was -175. In a featherweight bout, Makwan Amirkhani defeated Andy Ogle via first-round TKO (flying knee and punches). Amirkhani ran across the cage, hurt Ogle with a flying knee, and finished him off with punches for one of the quickest stoppages in UFC history. Amirkhani was +160 while Ogle was -170. In a heavyweight bout, Viktor Pesta defeated Konstantin Erokhin via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27 x 2). Erokhin rocked Pesta in the first round but the Czech native survived the barrage and made it into the second round. He then was able to take down a gassed Erokhin and win the second, and the third round was more of the same as Pesta pulled off the big upset. Pesta +380 while Erokhin was -430. In a flyweight bout, Neil Seery defeated Chris Beal via unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27 x 2). Beal looked good in the first round, working in his striking and wrestling, but he tired in the second and third from a big weight cut and lost the decision on the judges’ scorecards. Seery was +188 and Beal was -205. Favorites That Won In a light heavyweight bout, Gegard Mousasi defeated Dan Henderson via first-round TKO (punches). Henderson was rocked early by Mousasi, fell down, and the ref stopped the fight. Mousasi was -430 while Hendo was +380. In a welterweight bout, Albert Tumenov defeated Nico Musoke via unanimous decision (29-28 x 3). Musoke lit up Tumenov in the first with body kicks and took it, but Tumenov stormed back in the second and third rounds with exceptional boxing to take home the decision win. Tumenov was -150 while Musoke was +140. In a light heavyweight bout, Nikita Krylov defeated Stanislav Nedkov via first-round submission (guillotine choke). Nedkov landed some nice punches early on but he went for a takedown and left his neck out and Krylov jumped on it and submitted him with a guillotine for his second-straight finish at 205lbs. Krylov was -125 while Nedkov was +115. In a lightweight bout, Mairbeck Taisumov defeated Anthony Christodoulou via second-round TKO (punches). Taisumov lit Christodoulou up in the first round with strikes and then in the second found the finishing blow for his second-straight stoppage win in the UFC. Taisumov was -1050 while Christodoulou was +850. In a catchweight (149lbs) bout, Mirsad Bektic defeated Paul Redmond via unanimous decision (30-27 x 2, 30-25). Bektic took down Redmond in every round and beat him up badly in each stanza to capture his second-straight win in the UFC. Bektic was -925 while Redmond was +725.