A look at the results from each fight at UFC 172 held Saturday night at Baltimore Arena:
Jon Jones def. Glover Teixeira (unanimous decision; 50-45 on all three cards)
* Jones wins every round to retain the UFC light-heavyweight title and likely will next fight a rematch with Alexander Gustafsson
Jones quotable: "I have gigantic goals. I already have the record for title defenses in my division, but I'm gunning for [Georges St-Pierre] or Anderson Silva's records next. I had to answer a lot of questions after my last fight. Had I lost my mojo? I answered those tonight, but there is room for improvement. I started sloppy and ended by running around a little so I can always get better.”
Anthony Johnson def. Phil Davis (unanimous decision; 30-27 on all three cards)
* Johnson returned to UFC with an impressive win in the light heavyweight division, and in the process hushed Davis, who had been the most vocal fighter all week.
Johnson quotable: "I didn’t have any Octagon jitters, I felt right at home back in the UFC. I wanted to fight to the best of my abilities and I think tonight I did that. I didn’t let myself worry about what the press was saying because I was focused this whole camp."
Luke Rockhold def. Tim Boetsch (submission; 2:52 of Round 1)
* Rockhold broke a toe but still wasted no time stopping Boetsch to win their middleweight bout.
Rockhold quotable: "The reverse triangle that I got him in, that’s my bread and butter. Everyone thinks I'm just a striker, but don’t sleep on my submission game. ... I want Vitor [Belfort] but it doesn’t look like he’ll be fighting for a while, so I’ll take an opportunity to shit Michael Bisping’s mouth next.”
Jim Miller def. Yancy Medeiros (submission; 1:42 of Round 1)
* Miller choked out Medeiros, adding to his record for submission victories in the lightweight division.
Miller quotable: "I'm here to beat the best, its not about the belt for me. I want the best competition and to prove myself. ... I've got the record for most submissions in my weight class, and I'm looking to add to that record every time.”
Max Holloway def. Andre Fili (submission; 1:21 of Round 3)
* Holloway shook off an illness to finish his featherweight fight in the final round.
Holloway quotable: "I was sick all week. I really only got out of bed for my weight cut and my media obligations. It was incredibly tough, but I've got a family to feed and I don’t make any excuses. My strength and conditioning for this camp was awesome, and that allowed me to power through the sickness that I had.”
Jospeh Benavidez def. Tim Elliott (submission; 0:52 of Round 1)
* Benavidez earned one of the two $50,000 "performance of the night" bonuses for his finish to this flyweight bout.
Benavidez quotable: "That was the first time I was able to pull off the “Joeaconstrictor,” a submission Iv'e worked on and attempted in modified versions in the past. ... Tim is tough, and I knew an old fashioned punch to the face wasn’t going to stop that wild man, so I had to be creative. He is an awesome opponent and that was a lot of fun out there.
Takanori Gomi def. Isaac Vallie-Flagg (unanimous decision; 29-28 on all three cards)