Jairzinho Rozenstruik stuns Alistair Overeem in UFC main event


The MMA once again succeeded as a sport which can change second place in the UFC's Saturday night main card from Washington. Only former champion was decorated Alistair Overeem (45-18-1, 1 contest) only seconds away from the victory against the unexpected knockout artist Jairzinho Rozenstruik (10-0). Overeem carefully avoided Rozenstruik offense and wrestling being mixed with carefully beaten. The crowd was disappointed with what was slow and focused on defense, but Overeem was gently ahead of the three referee scores after four rounds and the twenty-five minutes were scheduled almost complete.

At that moment, it all changed. Rozenstruik landed in a resting place connected with Overeem's full function. Overeem lip was divided open in what made a bleak scene. Overeem departed on the mat and the fight was canceled at 4:56 the final round, the latest finish in the history of the UFC heavy weight division. After the fight, Rozenstruik asked that he cooperate with Francis Ngannou, the other accompaniment artist, which could be in line with the two most difficult striker in the sport.

Otherwise, perhaps the most significant moment of the event came on the card as “Nasty gave” Bryce Mitchell (12-0) with only a second “twister” submission in UFC's history of Matt Sayles. (8-3). The unique submission is the sharpest in sport but Mitchell set it up quickly in the first round and locked it up for the tap. Mitchell won the winning victory by continuing to lobby for the camouflage shorts to be allowed within the Octagon.

In another action, Marina Rodriguez and Cynthia Calvillo considered that they were equally matched. They were ranked 9th and 10th in the strawweight division of the UFC women. Rodriguez was the best winner and Calvillo was better. After three competitive rounds, he felt it appropriate that a majority majority of the bout (29-28 Rodriguez, 28-28, 28-28) were drawn. The three judges gave Rodriguez the first two rounds (12-0-2) and the difference was that two of the three judges won the final 10-8 for Calvillo (8-1-1) and the other gave is Calvillo 10 -9.

There was a harsh night at the Dutch fighter Stefan Struve. He had a low accidental blow from Ben Rothwell in the first round who launched Struve to the canvas in huge pain. The unsympathetic crowd who was dealing with him did not continue early enough, re-establishing boos and sorrow when he was closer or longer from continuing. Struve returned to his fight, and he only got another low blow, which sent the same story back again. Struve continued again and this time he was arrested with a punwell with Rothwell and lost through TKO in the second round. It was a cruel evening for Struve, which fell to 29-12 and Rothwell improved to 37-12.

Aspen Ladd failed to engage professionally with her last fight with Germaine de Randamie, but a 16-second disappointment began her ambitious ambitions temporarily. She rebounded well against Yana Kunitskaya. The fighting was close and competitive in the first and second rounds and Ladd made most of her tapes. Third, Ladd Kunitskaya fell with a left hook and poured onto strikes on the ground for the TKO. The 9-1 Ladd is back in the debt title and 12-5 (1 no contest) Kunitskaya had a two-fight winning streak ended.

There was controversy between Cody Stamann (18-2-1) and Song Yadong (14-3-1, 2 competitions) with the adjudicators scoring a big score (29-27 Stamann, 28-28, 28- 28). . The crowd and the majority of media scores thought that Stamann won the fight and that Stamann helped to deduct a point in the first round for an illegal generation on the ground. However, two judges gave the first two rounds to Yadong and as a result Stamann did not succeed.

In a fully active fight, Rob Font improved to 17-4 with a win decision to unanimously (29-28, 29-28, 30-27) over Ricky Simon (15-3). Simon was aggressive during labor but Font was effective in keeping his fighting in his favorite range and landing the crisper, more difficult shots.

In the battle of a former star, Thiago Alves, a former welterweight title competitor of the UFC, was successful in the early start of the Tim Means deficits. However, Alves Methods fell to a punch and locked in choke guillotine to get the first round submission. The methods were improved to 29-11-1 (1 with no competition) and fall to 23-15. This was the final fight on Alves's contract and it could be a last bout for the organization that has competed since 2005.

A flag night was for Billy Quarantillo (13-2), who tried to make the UFC by competing on the Ultimate Fighter and Dana White's Contender Series. He first counted, and Jacob Kilburn (8-3) was in charge of the full fight with a serious offense on the ground. Quarantillo locked in a triangle that applied for the submission and was presented with his black belt by Matt Arroyo to accompany Octagon's amazing victory.

The show opened in a wonderful way. At the end of a competitive fight between Trevor Smith and Makhmud Muradov, Smith was wearing coins and he did not see a right hand from Muradov. Muradov's punch departed with the spot, Smith's balloon flew from his mouth, and Smith fell into a heap. Muradov improved to 24-6 with the most prominent reel KO and fell Smith to 15-10.


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