The UFC 259 was touted as one of the biggest PPV events of the year, and in most cases it was delivered in a highlighted way. However, although the main card had some impressive performances, all event bonuses were made in Prelim, especially at the clinical finish of Amanda Nunes’ Megan Anderson.
But with six out of ten battles, the reason is clear. The fast-paced bantamweight title battle between Petr Yan and Aljamain Sterling could have found a place for post-combat bonuses if Yang didn’t land an illegal knee that would disqualify him. Israel Adesanya Jan Blawowic’s long-awaited main event battle was a bit of a trivial event, with most of the games being point-fighting matches.
There are some indisputable battles that could vie for honor after this battle, but it is KO’s victory over Carlos Ulberg of Kennedy Enzichuk It claimed the award. Wolberg became incredibly aggressive and appeared to have hurt Nzechuku early on with the barrage of strikes. But Kennedy survived, and it soon became clear that Ulberg seemed to have only one thought, relentless pressure on his mind.
Unfortunately, he didn’t have the aerobic exercise or defense to maintain such a game plan. After some success towards the end of the first round, Nzechukwu appeared to be fairly tired of the two when entering the second round. When Nzechukwu was moving forward, Ulberg’s only defense appeared to be the reactionary head movements when he placed his hand on this hip. As seen in many other situations, the reaction can only keep you safe for a very long time. When Ulberg’s back hit the cage, Nzechuku landed a brutal hook that would drop New Zealand’s natives.
Uros Medic immediately impressed the £ 155 division by giving Aalon Cruz a completely one-sided beat. The Medic dropped Cruz early and swarmed on the ground. After repeatedly landing the ground and pounds on the clearly confused Cruz, referee Mark Smith eventually stopped the fight.The apparently star-stuck Medic then conducted one of the more unique post-combat interviews. Joe Rogan..
Kai Kara France has won one of the most memorable comeback performances of recent memories and won the second FOTN Award. Rogerio Bontorin was able to defeat Kara France early and secure the triangle of his body. From there he started rear-naked choke, but the commentary team believed it would lead to an early outage. However, Kara France continued to fight by hand and was eventually released with 20 seconds remaining. From there he lived on his nickname “Don’t Blink”. The rapid surge in strikes led to a very valuable post-combat bonus with the CKB flyweight goodbye KO.
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Kara France, Medic, Nzechuku, Ulberg
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