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Weidman unanimously outpoints Machida at UFC 175

LAS VEGAS — Chris Weidman unanimously outpointed Lyoto Machida at UFC 175 on Saturday night to retain his middlewieght title.

Weidman improved to 12-0, with the three judges scoring it 49-46, 49-45, 48-47. Machida fell to 21-5.

In the co-main event, women's bamtamwieght champion Ronda Rousey stopped Alexis Davis at 16 seconds of the first round. Rousey improved to 10-0 — all by knockout — with her fourth consecutive title defense.

Rousey rocked Davis with a solid right, secured an immediate judo toss and landed nine punches, knocking out Davis and forcing the referee to stop the fight.

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