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Michael Bisping survived a wild ending to the third round and beat Anderson Silva with a unanimous decision in the main event of UFC Fight Night 84 Saturday night.Silva and numerous ringside officials thought he had won the fight near the end of the third round after Silva knocked down Bisping with a Muay Thai knee just before the bell. Just before the blow, Bisping (18-7) had signaled to referee Herb Dean after losing his mouthpiece, and Dean ruled the fight would continue to the fourth round. The American was picking off "One Punch" in the first round, landing accurate blows, but Pickett rebounded in the second and controlled the fight on the ground in the third.
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