Welcome to coverage of UFC London 2013: Barao v McDonald from Wembley Arena. Check back here for live commentary and chat from 4.30pm today.
Sorry we're late, problems with getting into Wembley!
Anyway, welcome to Wembley Arena where the first fight on the preliminary card has just finished. British flyweight Phil Harris has just beaten Uysses Gomez by unam. decision. 30-27 30-27 29-28
That's Phil Harris' first UFC win and could send his up the flyweight division quickly.
Next up, another Brit, Vaughan Lee is walking to the Octagon to face Motonobu Tezuka. Birmingham born Lee need to get his career back on track after he was submitted by TJ Dillashaw last July.
Big cheer for Lee in a full Wembley Arena. Great to see all the fans in for the prelims.
Shout from the crowd of 'hit his massive head'
Round 1: Good clinch work from Lee as Tezuka presses him up against the cage for a large amount of the round. Leon Roberts prizes them apart with 30 seconds of the round to go before Lee shows some good takedown defence. ESPN scores it: Lee 10-9
Round 2: Lee shows some great takedown defence again and ends up in top position. Tezuka grabs a leg trying for a submission by Lee manages to get out of it. Lee looks calm pressed up against the cage before avoiding a spinning backfist. The Brit lands a headkick which Tezuka acknowledges. ESPN scores it: Lee 10-9
Round 3: Tezuka continues trying to keep Lee against the cage, but the Brit uses his wrestling to stay in control, landing some good knees from in the clinch. Tezuka hasn't really made much of an effort to do anything else than to hold him against the cage. Lee has looked confident and in control the whole fight. ESPN scores it: Lee 10-9
This should be a decision win for Lee, but you never know the judges.......
Result:30-27 to all Vaughan Lee by all 3 judges. The correct result.
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Next up: Tom Watson v Stanislav Nedkov. The Bulgarian is dropping down from LHW after a loss (now NC) to Tiago Silva in Macao.
Big cheer for Watson, who walked out in his traditional King Kong mask.
Round 1: BIG knees and elbows in the clinch from Watson. The few times Nedkov manages to escape he throws some big shots, but nothing gets near Watson until 90 seconds left when a right uppercut catches him and Nedkov unleashes some hammerfists. Watson survives but it is Nedkov's round. ESPN scores it Nedkov 10-9.
Round 2: Nedkov catches Watson with a big right hook which leaves him in a lot of trouble. Tom shows some amazing heart again and survives an onslaught. Then Watson lands some massive shots with knees and elbows, Nedkov is being held up by the cage. Watson realises this and knocks him down before the ref stops it. What a comeback and what a win for Tom Watson!
Up next: Andy Ogle v Josh Grispi. Probably lose and go home for Grispi, possibly the same for Ogle.
Round 1: Both men come out throwing, Grispi takes Ogle down and puts him in an arm-in triangle. Ogle picks him and slams him. The Brit lands some punches from on top before finally ending up in top position with about 1 minute to go. Tough one to score but Ogle was on top for most of the round. ESPN score it: Ogle 10-9
Round 2: Ogle lands an early left hook before Grispi flips him over. The Kabon fighter ends up taking most of Grispi's back. He's in control for the whole round. Grispi must be very tired. ESPN scores it: Ogle 10-9
Round 3: Ogle picks up Grispi and slams him to the mat. Ogle is in Grispi's guard for most of the round in what is a very boring round. ESPN scores it: Ogle 10-9
Result: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27 to Andy Ogle. A first UFC win for Ogle.
Next fight: Danny Castillo v Paul Sass
Round 1: Sass attempts a flying Sassangle but Castillo throws him down from all nearly 6 foot. Castillo shows some great submission defence to avoid a number of attempts from Sass. He lands some big shots from the top making it a tough round to score. A jiujitsu guy would score it 10-9 to Sass, so that's what we'll do.
Round 2: Sass looks much less threatening. He looks visibly tired. Definitely Castillo's round. 10-9
Round 3: Another disappointing round for Sass who looks pedestrian on his feet and knackered on his back. Fully expect Castillo to take this 10-9.
Result: 30-27, 30-27, 29-28 to Castillo. Back to back defeats for Sass.
Last fight of the prelims now. Terry Etim v Renee Forte.
Round 1: A lot of time spend clinching against the cage. Not a great fight so far. Probably just about Terry's 10-9
Round 2: Etim is rocked several times by Forte. He then drills some very nasty shots in just before the klaxon. Etim looks very rusty. Forte's round 10-9
Round 3: A very disappointing round for Etim. He shows very little as Forte takes the round 10-9
Result: 29-28, 29-28, 30-27 to Renee Forte.
Massive boos for Matt Riddle has he comes out. He's beaming from ear to ear!