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Swanson Machida vs. Andre Fili was as good as advertised. The Nigerian featherweight prospect looked impressive in the first two rounds, showing off his striking and grappling abilities.
He let his foot off the gas in the third round, as Fili charged back with volume kickboxing from southpaw, but Yusuff deservedly got his hand raised.
Be on the lookout for Yusuff as someone who could end as a legitimate contender. Askar Askarov just about had Tim Elliott knocked out in round one, but Elliott is a zombie so of course he survived that.
Askarov did prevail by unanimous decision in an entertaining flyweight encounter, with Elliott perhaps a little too willing to show off his toughness by spending much of round three eating as many right hands as humanly possible.
Drew Dober derailed the Nasrat Haqparast hype train with a sensational first-round KO in just 70 seconds. Haqparast got caught on a counter left after throwing a leg kick, then bludgeoned on the ground while the ref stood and watched for some reason.
This lightweight division is just so stacked. But I came out of here unscathed. I'm in shape. We've got work to do to get back to where I was.
He won't hear another peep from me about fighting at ," White said. It was all about Conor. It has nothing to do with Cowboy being shot or anything like that.
McGregor said he was keeping his options open for his next fight and wanted to stay active. In talking about a potential next opponent, McGregor, who had been noticeably more respectful in the lead-up to Saturday's fight, was back to being brash.
Every single one. It does not matter. To start the bout Saturday night, McGregor came forward with a huge, winging left hand.
Cerrone ducked it, and the two men went into a clinch. From there, McGregor hit Cerrone with his shoulder and his elbow, which Cerrone said surprised him and busted him up early.
McGregor then landed a knee, and upon the separation from the clinch, McGregor caught Cowboy with a kick to the chin. Cerrone was wobbled, and McGregor pounced.
Dober stood in the pocket and put the Kelvin Gastelum lookalike on his back late in the first with an overhand left.
He followed up with a heavy elbow to the head before raining down four more heavy blows before the ref had finally seen enough. DrewDober gets the quick finish!
Fans watching on weren't happy with the extra damage handed out and questioned why the stoppage came so late.
Crazy KO by Drew Dober! The ref took ages to stop the fight! That was a late stoppage if ever I've seen one. Defenseless for bare time.
Drew Dober murks Nasrat Haqparast. A very, very late stoppage from the referee, IMO. Dober drops Haqparast and then finishes him with a blitz on the ground.
Ref probably let him take a couple too many shots. Fili used all of his guile to hang with Yusuf and did have some good moments but in the end the Dana White Contender Series graduate was just too strong.
I used to watch him on TV and have a lot of respect for him. Tim Elliott survived a heavy shot to go the distance with Askar Askarov but despite his theatrics was soundly beaten.
Askarov landed a telling right hand in the opening round appearing to turn Elliott's lights off for a split second. Close UFC! Elliott bounced back and continued to press the pace, but it was the precise punching of Askarov that saw him claim the victory on the judges' scorecards.
Sabina Mazo survived a bloody opener against JJ Aldrich to win by split decision. Aldrich busted Mazo open with some nice straight lefts before the Colombian began to takeover by using her jab, leg kicks and clinch to land some heavy knees to the face.
What a start to UFC!