The Ultimate Fighter 4 Finale

November 11, 2006
The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas), Las Vegas, NV

Card - Final

Welterweight - Title Fight

Chris Lytle

32-23-5

Final

S Dec
(27-30, 27-30, 30-27)
R3, 5:00

Matt Serra

11-7-0
  • 0
    KD
    0
  • 195/214
    TOT Strikes
    91/114
  • 42/0
    SIG Strikes
    20/0
  • 7/22
    Head
    7/21
  • 30/31
    Body
    7/11
  • 5/5
    Legs
    6/7
  • --
    Control
    --
  • 1/2
    Take Downs
    1/16
  • 0
    SUB ATT
    0

Rich Clementi

45-23-1

Final

Sub
(Rear Naked Choke)
R2, 3:11

Din Thomas

26-9-0

Thales Leites

28-9-0

Final

U Dec
(28-29, 27-29, 27-29)
R3, 5:00

Martin Kampmann

20-7-0

Scott Smith

18-11-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punch)
R2, 3:25

Pete Sell

10-7-0

Pete Spratt

12-18-0

Final

Sub
(Injury)
R2, 1:11

Jeremy Jackson

2-5-0

Gideon Ray

0-9-0

Final

Sub
(Armbar)
R1, 4:43

Charles McCarthy

1-2-0

Edwin Dewees

0-8-0

Final

KO/TKO
(Punches)
R1, 2:37

Jorge Rivera

20-9-0

Travis Lutter

10-6-0

Final

Sub
(Armbar)
R1, 2:18

Patrick Cote

23-11-0

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