Round 1: Riddle's superior wrestling wins him a 10-9 in the first round.
Round 2: Nearly a KO of all-time moment as Che Mills turns a takedown into a flying roundhouse kick. It lands but doesn't knock Riddle out. Riddle maintains control from the top for most of the round. Riddle's round again 10-9.
Che Mills needs to do something special if he wants the 'W'
Round 3: Riddle knows he has two rounds in the books so decides to take some risks and comes out swinging going for 'Fight of the Night'. After a couple of minutes of ground work Mills gains top position but doesn't do anything with it, despite the fact Riddle was inviting him too. Another round to Riddle 10-9.
Result: Riddle wins by split decision. 29-28, 29-29, 30-27. Who on earth gave that fight to Che Mills?
Not much competition for Tom Watson's performance yet. At the moment he's on for 'KO of Night' and 'Fight of the Night'
Round 1: Jimmo knocks Te Huna down with a massive kick but the Aussie shows some incredible heart to survive the ground and pound. Te Huna has a bad cut to his eye. Jimmo's round 10-9
Round 2: From being nearly knocked out in round 1, Te Huna dominates round 2 utilising his superior wrestling to maintain top position. Towards the end of the round he lands some big shots. Te Huna wins the round 10-9.
Round 3: Jimmo once again over-powered by Te Huna's wrestling. The Canadian can't deal with the Aussie's grappling. Te Huna takes it 10-9
We're thinking the same thing Phil....
Result: 29-27, 29-28, 29-28 to Te Huna.
Is Gunnar Nelson the real deal? We're about to find out!
Round 1: Santiago the aggressor. Lots of knees and punches connecting, although nothing that is causing Nelson major trouble. Round 1 to Santiago 10-9.
Round 2: Nelson's round as he's in control for the majority. At the end he's raining elbows down from full-mount. 10-9 Nelson.
Round 3: Nelson has done enough for victory. As Ben says Santiago's strange punching style means he's probable lost this round. Nelson's round 10-9
Result: Nelson wins by unam. decision 29-28, 29-28, 30-27.
Next up: London's Jimi Manuwa v Cyrille Diabate. Can Jimi keep his unbeaten record?
Round 1: Jimi dictates the pace of the fight even taking Diabate down a couple of time. The Frenchman lands a need to the body towards the end of the round. 10-9 Manuwa
Jimi wins by TKO at end of round 1. Diabate has a problem with his left leg and the doctor calls a stop to the fight.
A shame in a way for Jimi, he was looking dominant. But a win is a win.
Co-main event time: Dustin Poirier v Cub Swanson
Round 1: A great fight. Swanson the main aggressor, rocking Poirier a couple of times. Swanson 10-9
Round 2: Swanson is blowing hard, his mouth is wide open. Poirier starting to dictate the pace a bit more. Poirier 10-9
Round 3: The crowd are rather distracted by a brawl in the crowd, but Swanson finds a second wind to take Poirier down and out-grapple him for the rest of the round. Swanson 10-9
Result: 29-28, 30-27, 30-27 to Swanson.
HERE WE GO: THE MAIN EVENT!
Round 1: Barao puts McDonald on his back inside a minute. Both men take some heavy shots, Barao comes off worst. Two takedowns for Barao seal a 10-9
Round 2: Barao takes McDonald down but the American lands an up-kick that stuns Barao.
Both men are caught later in the round, both look dangerous.
Barao's round though 10-9
Round 3: The variety of Barao is winning him this fight. McDonald is doing exactly what he said he'd do. He's not trying to win points. Barao 3 x 10-9 up.
Barao submits McDonald with an arm triangle in round 4. A deserved win for the Brazilian. McDonald's time will come.