And the underdog bettors were right:
Round 1 - Referee Mario Yamasaki oversees the evening's first pay-per-view contest. Cane in the center, measuring his foe. Nedkov on the outside, and he wings a big right that misses. Cane with a stiff inside leg kick. Cane lands a left hand, but Nedkov closes in. Cane pulls quickly away and resets to strike. The southpaw Cane again striking the leg. Nedkov circling against the cage. Cane attacking from the outside but not overcommitting. Nedkov finally lands one of those big rights, but Cane doesn't flinch. Cane misses high in a kick and slips, but he escapes as Nedkov tries to work in. Cane rattles Nedkov with a combo, but the bloodied Bulgaria covers and resets. Nedkov slips on a strike, and he looks gassed as he rises. Cane bouncing on the outside. He digs into the leg again. Blood splattered all over Nedkov's face with one minte remaining. He catches Nedkov with a powerful overhand, and the Brazilian is rocked. Cane tries to retreat and reset. Nedkov senses his opportunity and keeps punching away. Yamasaki give Cane every chance to recover, but Nedkov's relentless punches earn the win. Stanislav Nedkov def. Luiz Cane via TKO (punches) - Round1, 4:13.