Am vergangenen Samstag startete die Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) mit dem Event UFC Fight Night Cejudo vs. Dillashaw im. Ein neues Jahr der MMA ist da, mit der UFC Fight Night am Samstag, dem Januar, mit dem Hauptevent mit einem Showdown. Daten Datum: Januar Austragungsort: Brooklyn, New York, USA Halle: Barclays Center Poster Main Card (ESPN+) Flyweight bout.
Sky Bet NewsDaten Datum: Januar Austragungsort: Brooklyn, New York, USA Halle: Barclays Center Poster Main Card (ESPN+) Flyweight bout. UFC Fight Night: Cejudo vs. Dillashaw war ein Mixed Martial Arts Event, das von der Ultimate Fighting Championship produziert wurde und am Januar im Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, stattfand. In der Stadt, die niemals schläft, sorgte die Fight Card von UFC Fight Night lange Zeit für Irrungen und Wirrungen - schließlich war der.
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He pushed for an immediate chance to run back a rematch at pounds, but White was hesitant to make any decisions immediately after the bout, though he agreed with Dillashaw that the stoppage was too early.
CBS Sports was with you for every punch, kick and submission attempt on Saturday with our live blog below.
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Dustin Ortiz via unanimous decision , , Paige VanZant def. Rachael Ostovich via second-round submission armbar Glover Teixeira def.
Karl Roberson via first-round submission arm-triangle choke Donald Cerrone def. Full mount for Roberson! He finally dumps Roberson and lands right in full mount, landing some heavy blows from there.
Roberson looks a bit stuck from the bottom actually and Teixeira almost gets an arm triangle before giving it up to punch some more.
Great opener for the first ESPN card; it looked like Roberson had pulled the upset for a second when Glover went down from those elbows, but the Brazilian did a great job to recover and once he got on top, Roberson was done.
Really nice comeback from Teixeira in a fun fight. Round One begins and VanZant comes out throwing some kicks before Ostovich clinches and forces her into the fence.
Takedown from PVZ but Ostovich reverses and gets one of her own, landing in half-guard. PVZ gets to full guard, and the action slows down before the ref stands them up.
Overhand right lands for Ostovich and she hits another takedown into half-guard, locking up the head for good measure.
Ostovich gives up on that to continue to control from the top, but PVZ rolls for a leglock. Ostovich avoids that and remains on top, but a second heel hook attempt looks better.
Ostovich still manages to avoid it though and they scramble to their feet before Ostovich hits another takedown.
Armbar attempt from there for Ostovich but the round ends before she can get it. Round Two and PVZ comes out kicking, but takes a hard right hand on the counter.
Huge right lands for Ostovich and sets the takedown up again, and she passes to half-guard and then takes the back.
Paige scrambles up though and Ostovich slips over the top and lands on her head, allowing Paige to capitalize with some punches before slapping on both hooks to take back control.
Big punches from PVZ and then she locks up an armbar on the left arm to force the tapout! The word was that the UFC were using Benavidez as a potential replacement in the main event should Dillashaw miss weight though, which made sense.
My pick was Benavidez via decision again. First round begins and Benavidez has Ortiz wobbled with a pair of early low leg kicks.
Ortiz looks like a tiny Nate Marquardt with his hair and beard these days. Since that fight, Dillashaw has bested Raphael Assuncao and John Lineker, both via unanimous decision, and most recently knocking out Cody Garbrandt in two consecutive fights, ending all debate on who the king is today.
His journey down to brings yet another fighter looking to become a two division champ, after seeing Nunes squash Cyborg weeks ago.
Looking at what Dillashaw has done as of late, in comparison to Cejudo edging out former P4P champ Demetrious Johnson last August, everything points to Dillashaw cruising to victory Saturday night.
But before we get caught speeding, lets consider a few things. The weight cut. Do we know just how much it will negatively impact TJ Saturday night?
Has Henry Cejudo really improved that quickly, after dropping two in a row back in ? Eight months following, Cejudo lost via split decision to Joseph Benavidez, although a point deduction played a factor after Cejudo landed repeated low blows to JoeB.
Was that the best Mighty Mouse we saw that night? Not only that, his contract was set to expire and his head trainer coincidentally was VP of Operations over at ONE Championship all along.
Guess where Mighty Mouse ended up. Cejudo will be game Saturday night and it will be interesting to see if a similar gameplan works for him against Dillashaw, which I see as his only shot to retain.
He will look to leverage his wrestling base through landing inside trips as such, looking to control from the top on the mat.
If Dillashaw can avoid the mat and looking up at the lights, this is his fight to lose. I anticipate both fighters having their moments, and even though I dislike the guy, Dillashaw is my prediction to win Saturday night.
If you can fit Dillashaw, fit him. Five rounds to work, and some substantial value if you look historically. Dillashaw averages I like the odds of him hitting value again.
Might be worth a stack in cash. Hardy is as green as you can get, but all things outside of the cage aside, this looks to be a set up for another Hardy finish.
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