UFC 29 Results – Winners & Highlights

Event: UFC 29: Defense of the Belts
Date: Sat., Dec. 16, 2000
Venue: Differ Ariake Arena
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Total Fights: 7

UFC 29 featured a fight card with numerous finishes, with a main event showdown between Tito Ortiz and Yuki Kondo. UFC 29 happend on Saturday, December 16, 2000. The main card kicked off at 5:00 PM ET and didn’t wrap up until around 7:00 PM ET. This event had 7 fights. In the co-main event, Tito Ortiz defeated Yuki Kondo via Submission (Neck Crank) in round 1.

UFC 29 results

Starting from the first fight ending with the main event. Here is a full list of results from UFC 29. Be sure to check out UFC 29 bonuses and payouts.

Chuck Liddell def. Jeff Monson via Decision (Unanimous) – Round 3, 5:00
Dennis Hallman def. Matt Hughes via Submission (Armbar) – Round 1, 0:20
Evan Tanner def. Lance Gibson via TKO (Punches and Elbows) – Round 1, 4:48
Fabiano Iha def. Daiju Takase via TKO (Strikes) – Round 1, 2:24
Matt Lindland def. Yoji Anjo via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 2:58
Pat Miletich def. Kenichi Yamamoto via Submission (Guillotine Choke) – Round 2, 1:58
Tito Ortiz def. Yuki Kondo via Submission (Neck Crank) – Round 1, 1:52

‘Defense of the Belts’ complete results

Chuck Liddell vs. Jeff Monson
Chuck Liddell defeated Jeff Monson by Decision (Unanimous) at 5:00 in round 3.

Dennis Hallman vs. Matt Hughes
Dennis Hallman pulled out a win against Matt Hughes in round 1 by Submission (Armbar).

Evan Tanner vs. Lance Gibson
Evan Tanner bested Lance Gibson in round 1 at TKO (Punches and Elbows).

Fabiano Iha vs. Daiju Takase
Fabiano Iha got the victory over Daiju Takase by TKO (Strikes) in round 1 at 2:24.

Matt Lindland vs. Yoji Anjo
The fifth bout ended at 2:58 of round 1 with Matt Lindland defeating Yoji Anjo by TKO (Punches).

Pat Miletich vs. Kenichi Yamamoto
The night’s co-main event ended at 1:58 of round 2 with Pat Miletich defeating Kenichi Yamamoto by Submission (Guillotine Choke).

Tito Ortiz vs. Yuki Kondo
In the main event, Tito Ortiz defeated Yuki Kondo by Submission (Neck Crank) in round 1.

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