UFC 2: No Way Out (later renamed UFC 2 or The Ultimate Fighting Championship 2) was a mixed martial arts (MMA) event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on March 11, 1994, at Mammoth Gardens in Denver, Colorado. The event was seen live on pay-per-view in the United States, and was later released on home video.
UFC 2 featured a sixteen-man tournament format, the first and only one in UFC's history, with the winner receiving $60,000. The first seven bouts were not aired on the live pay-per-view broadcast, but were on the home video version. The tournament had no weight classes or weight limits. Matches had no time limit or rounds, therefore no judges were used. 
- Morris defeated Daugherty via submission (guillotine choke) at 0:20
- Patrick Smith vs. Ray Wizard
- Smith defeated Wizard via submission (guillotine choke) at 0:58.
- Rhodes defeated Levicki via submission (punches) at 12:13.
- Hamaker defeated Luster via TKO (corner stoppage) at 4:52.
- Wiet defeated Lucarelli via TKO (knees) at 2:50.
- Pardoel defeated Leon via submission (armlock) at 9:51.
- Jason DeLucia vs. Scott Baker
- Delucia defeated Baker via submission (punches) at 6:41.
- Royce Gracie vs. Minoki Ichihara
- Gracie defeated Ichihara via submission (lapel choke), which was mistakenly called an armbar at 5:08.
- Patrick Smith vs. Scott Morris
- Smith defeated Morris via KO (elbows) at 0:30.
- Rhodes defeated Ettish via submission (bulldog choke) at 3:07. Ettish was an alternate for Hamaker, who was injured in his opening round fight.
- Pardoel defeated Wiet via KO (elbows) at 1:29.
- Gracie defeated DeLucia via submission (armlock) at 1:07.
- Patrick Smith vs. Johnny Rhodes
- Smith defeated Rhodes via submission (guillotine choke) at 1:07.
- Royce Gracie vs. Remco Pardoel
- Gracie defeated Pardoel via submission (lapel choke) at 1:31.
- Gracie defeated Smith via submission (punches) at 1:17 to win the UFC 2 Tournament
UFC 2 bracket
|Johnny Rhodes (fighter)||SUB|
|Fred Ettish 1||3:07|
|Alberto Cerro Leon||9:51|
1 Frank Hamaker was forced to withdraw due to injury. He was replaced by Fred Ettish.
- ↑ Sandomir, Richard (March 8, 1994). "TV SPORTS; Death Is Cheap: Maybe It's Just $14.95". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/1994/03/08/sports/tv-sports-death-is-cheap-maybe-it-s-just-14.95.html?sec=&spon=&pagewanted=all. Retrieved 2010-08-17.
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