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A small update to the YouTube app is being pushed out tonight to improve search and channel functionality. The changelog is brief here, but these are some important small tweaks. First up you'll now see channel results when you search for keywords along with video results — channels will show up at the top of the search results when a match is found.
Additionally, when you tap into those channels you'll now make use of the standardized "tab" layout on the page, which you can easily swipe left and right between Activity, Videos and Playlists. Google says that the app update has various bugfixes as well, including a bizarre issue where the Cast button would be on top of the current video when Bluetooth was connected.
You can snag the latest updated version (5.3.23 on our devices) at the Play Store link above.
In the co-main event, Rashad Evans scored an impressive win over his good buddy Chael Sonnen.
Evans and Sonnen are close friends and frequently work together on Fox doing analysis of UFC fights.
They hardly fought like friends, though, as Evans pounded out Sonnen in the first round with serious ground and pound.
After a long stretch of clinching along the cage, Evans managed to get Sonnen to the ground. And when he got his friend to the mat, he was ruthless.
Evans moved into mount, got Sonnen face down and unloaded a series of rights and lefts that forced referee Herb Dean to stop it. The time of the stoppage was 4:05 of the first.
It was a one-sided fight and seemed easy for Evans, but he said it was tough because of their relationship.
"It was [tough]," Evans said. "Me and Chael are close, and I like Chael a lot. When you like a guy a lot like that, it's hard to do."
The win was the 13th as a light heavyweight for Evans, tying him for the UFC's divisional record.