LAS VEGAS — Going into Saturday’s UFC Combat Night time, the MMA world was abuzz over a featherweight co-main occasion between Josh Emmett and Shane Burgos. And boy, did it dwell as much as the hype.

Emmett (16-2) and Burgos (13-2) mixed for an extremely entertaining affair contained in the UFC’s Apex facility, with Emmett finally pulling off a unanimous resolution. All three judges scored the bout 29-28 for Emmett, following an exhilarating third spherical during which he knocked Burgos down twice.

The consequence was particularly spectacular, contemplating Emmett appeared to injure his left knee within the opening minute of the combat. Emmett, 35, was a little bit unstable on his left leg from that second on, however that didn’t forestall him from throwing his signature energy punches all through all three rounds.

Burgos, of New York, wore Emmett’s pictures effectively — nearly unbelievably effectively — in the course of the first and second rounds. He routinely walked by Emmett’s overhand proper to use strain and land his personal offense. Burgos may need seen Emmett’s compromised knee, as he focused his legs with low kicks. He additionally popped him a number of instances with a fast, intelligent lead proper hand Emmett did not see coming.

In keeping with UFC Stats, Burgos truly out-landed Emmett in complete strikes 155 to 121, though Emmett’s appeared to trigger extra harm. He knocked Burgos down with a brief left hand simply moments into the third spherical, and once more on the finish of the spherical with one other left hook. Burgos survived the 2 knockdowns, even smiled in the course of the first one, however they positively price him the spherical.

“I used to be so shut in 2018, I used to be ranked fourth on the earth, I had a small hiccup [loss to Jeremy Stephens] and needed to reset, restart and work my manner again up,” Emmett stated. “I used to be one shot away from the title. I really feel like I am there proper now, I really feel like my subsequent combat might be for a title eliminator, get an enormous win there after which I will combat for the title. That is what I am gunning for. I need to combat yet one more time this yr a minimum of after which actually make a run at that title in early ’21.

“I stated I am keen to undergo something simply to get my hand raised, and I imply it. I feel lots of people in my place, what I simply skilled, would have simply stop. Within the first like 45 seconds, I feel I blew my ACL and it was simply giving out, I’ve by no means skilled something like that. It was painful, however the very first thing in my thoughts was I simply need to adapt to it and combat on one leg. I am not going dwelling with half a examine, so I’ll chunk down on my mouthpiece, dig deep and that is precisely what I did. I simply felt like I kinda stood there. You watch a variety of my fights, I exploit a variety of motion and lateral motion, I felt like I simply could not so I needed to stand there and play sock ’em, rock ’em robots.”

Emmett hopes to get an MRI as quickly as Monday.

Preventing out of Crew Alpha Male in Sacramento, California, Emmett has now gained 5 of his previous six bouts, three by way of knockout.

Burgos noticed his three-fight win streak snapped.

— Brett Okamoto

Heavyweight: Curtis Blaydes (14-2 1 NC, 10-2 1 NC, UFC) defeats Alexander Volkov (31-8, 5-2 UFC) by unanimous resolution

Curtis Blaydes’ nickname is “Razor.” However there was nothing shut about his combat with Alexander Volkov, particularly early on.

Blaydes used takedown after takedown to floor the a lot taller Volkov in a unanimous resolution (49-46, 48-47, 48-46) victory Saturday evening in the primary occasion of UFC Combat Night time in Las Vegas. The bout was a pivotal one within the UFC’s heavyweight division.

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Ladies’s bantamweight: Raquel Pennington (11-9, 8-5 UFC) defeats Marion Reneau (9-6-1, 5-5-1 UFC) by unanimous resolution



Raquel Pennington lays down a wide range of punches in opposition to Marion Reneau within the third spherical Saturday.

Pennington received stronger because the combat wore on, and her work in opposition to the cage — knees to the midsection from a Thai clinch, principally — sapped the power of Reneau and secured the victory.

Reneau, preventing on her 43rd birthday because the oldest competitor on the cardboard, had her moments, scoring a few takedowns and touchdown some pictures from distance. However because the combat wore on, and it turned a close-range battle, Pennington confirmed off her power. She out-landed Reneau within the clinch by a 42-12 margin, and he or she constructed a 44-17 edge in physique strikes.

These blows slowed the response time of Reneau, permitting Pennington to attain with punches to the top as effectively.

Two judges scored the combat 29-28 and one had it 30-27, finishing a clear sweep for the Colorado couple of Pennington and Tecia Torres. Earlier, Torres gained her strawweight bout with Brianna Van Buren, additionally by unanimous resolution. It was the primary time Pennington and Torres had competed on the identical UFC card since 2016.

Pennington is simply 6-5 within the UFC, however all the losses got here in opposition to reigning or former UFC champions. Regardless of coming into the Octagon having dropped three of her earlier 4, she is No. Eight within the ESPN girls’s bantamweight rankings.

Reneau has dropped her previous three fights.

— Jeff Wagenheim

Welterweight: Belal Muhammad (17-3, 7-Three UFC) defeats Lyman Good (21-6, 3-Three UFC) by unanimous resolution



Belal Muhammad and Lyman Good land punch combos on one another in Spherical two.

Generally the simplest weapon for a fighter is the power to regulate.

Good landed an enormous mixture within the third. Muhammad was damage, on wobbly legs. The top appeared to be close to.

“We had been going in line with plan till he rocked me,” Muhammad stated. “Generally now we have to go to Plan B.”

That turned out to be leaning on his wrestling. Muhammad was capable of climate Good’s storm, take him down, get his again and journey out the remainder of the ultimate spherical. Muhammad held on to win by unanimous resolution (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) in a hard-fought battle.

Muhammad’s footwork and variety had been the important thing within the first two rounds. Good walked him down, however Muhammad by no means let him lower off the cage and combined in combos to maintain the facility puncher at bay. Good appeared annoyed that Muhammad would not keep in place lengthy sufficient for him to land an enormous shot. In the meantime, Muhammad was capable of land combos and kicks in successful these two rounds.

Good lastly caught as much as Muhammad within the third spherical. He received him in opposition to the cage and landed a tough mixture that put Muhammad in bother. However Muhammad was capable of keep on his ft, then finally get Good down with wrestling.

Afterward, Muhammad known as out ranked welterweights Santiago Ponzinibbio and Rafael dos Anjos. Muhammad joked that Ponzinibbio remains to be ranked regardless of not having fought in “25 years.” Ponzinibbio hasn’t fought since December 2018 on account of damage and sickness.

Muhammad, 31, has gained three straight and 7 of his previous eight. The one opponent he has misplaced to in that point is Geoff Neal, with whom he educated throughout this camp at Fortis MMA in Dallas. Muhammad, a Chicago native, is tied for third for many wins (8) within the UFC welterweight division since 2016, per ESPN Stats & Data. Solely Vicente Luque (10) and champion Kamaru Usman (9) have extra.

Good, 35, got here into this combat coping with the latest dying of his father, Lyman Good II. Good was initially speculated to combat Muhammad in April, however Good examined constructive for COVID-19. He absolutely recovered by late April, however was the primary UFC fighter to announce that he had examined constructive for COVID-19.

— Marc Raimondi

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Catchweight (160 kilos): Jim Miller (32-14 1 NC, 21-13 1 NC) defeats Roosevelt Roberts (10-2, 4-2 UFC) by first-round submission

For actual, who would not love them some Jim Miller?

The 12-year UFC veteran earned his 21st win contained in the Octagon by submitting Roberts by way of armbar, simply 2:25 into their 160-pound catchweight bout. The win moved Miller into third on the UFC’s all-time win record, trailing solely Demian Maia (22) and Donald Cerrone (23).

Miller, 36, put Roberts in a troublesome place within the opening seconds, as he swept the younger prospect off his ft with a leg kick. Miller, who now has 18 submission wins on his résumé, moved into high place after which transitioned to an armbar when Roberts tried to scramble from the underside. It’s the first time Roberts has been completed in his profession.

Saturday additionally marked Miller’s 35th combat within the UFC, which strikes him right into a tie for the all-time document with Cerrone. Moreover, Miller holds the document for many first-round submission wins within the UFC’s fashionable period, with 9. All 4 of his most up-to-date wins have truly come by way of first-round submission.

“It means probably the most to me, it actually does,” Miller stated. “I really feel the load on my shoulders to do the precise issues and dwell my life like that and maintain that respect as a result of I’ve earned it by the best way I carry myself. When guys who’ve worn the belt round their waist and have been perennial contenders and coaches who’ve coaches in opposition to me come as much as me and present me that respect, it is wonderful. I would not commerce it for something.

“I really feel like I’ve a duty to the Roosevelts, the blokes developing. I am not excellent, I do not do every little thing excellent and that is apparent, however I do that with the utmost respect for the athletes that share the Octagon with me. I really feel like we want it, particularly with the best way issues are going proper now in 2020. Simply displaying some respect for those who are grinding proper alongside you and their grind is likely to be a little bit bit completely different, their path is likely to be a little bit bit completely different, however everyone seems to be coping with issues.

“I did cope with lyme illness for a couple of years and I fought some guys who went on to combat for title and had been former champions after I was coping with it and I would not take it again. I would not take any of it again as a result of I’ve seen the opposite struggles that different fighters have needed to cope with, simply because mine is completely different does not imply that mine is any more durable. I really like this sport, I miss the followers, it sucks not having that. Anyone that is keen to bust their ass and get contained in the Octagon and earn that spot, no person is given it, you must earn it and are available out right here and compete. It isn’t straightforward, it is not a straightforward life-style and I’ve a ton of respect for anybody that does it.”

— Okamoto

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Light-weight: Bobby Inexperienced (25-10-1, 6-5-1 UFC) defeats Clay Guida (35-16, 15-13 UFC) by unanimous resolution



Clay Guida musters sufficient power to elevate Bobby Inexperienced off the mat to slam him down, and the 2 then proceed to grapple.

Inexperienced walked out of the Octagon with a choice in his pocket, however his preventing type even in victory made one perceive why he had walked into the cage with only one win in his earlier seven fights.

Whereas Guida was perpetual ahead movement for 3 rounds, Inexperienced stood immobile, palms at his aspect, for prolonged stretches, counting on his quick palms and robust defensive wrestling to select off Guida’s entries. Inexperienced earned the nod of the judges — two scored it 29-28 and the third had it 30-27 — by out-landing Guida by an enormous margin. He landed 85 vital strikes to Guida’s 23. However Inexperienced had out-landed each of his previous two opponents, but misplaced each fights.

Inexperienced, whose disappointment with judges’ selections performed a think about him retiring from the game in 2018, needed to combat from his again after the relentless Guida landed three takedowns. However Inexperienced fended off 9 different makes an attempt, and even when he was caught on the canvas, he absorbed zero strikes from Guida.

Whereas Inexperienced appeared lackadaisical from distance, he did a few of his greatest work from the clinch, touchdown 16 strikes from that place. Guida landed zero.

For Guida, it was his 14th UFC loss, second most in historical past behind Jeremy Stephens’ 17. Guida, 38, was preventing in his 29th UFC bout, seventh most ever.

“To combat a legend, I beat a Corridor of Famer,” Inexperienced stated. “That is superior.

“To be trustworthy, I at all times attempt to maintain my numbers larger than the opposite fighter [but] he was capable of get these takedowns going, so I wasn’t certain how they had been going to guage issues. They appear like they might inform he isn’t doing something with them, he is moreso holding me and it is not even place. He is not scoring off of it, so thank God they had been capable of see these issues.”

— Wagenheim

Strawweight: Tecia Torres (11-5, 7-5 UFC) defeats Brianna Van Buren (9-3, 1-1 UFC)



Tecia Torres overwhelms Brianna Van Buren with a number of punches within the second spherical of their bout.

On a minimum of two earlier events, it appeared Torres would combat for the UFC girls’s strawweight title — if not develop into the division’s champion. That is how extremely individuals considered her on the launch of the ladies’s 115-pound weight class in 2014.

On Saturday, Torres confirmed the model of herself that had individuals pondering gold. Torres flashed brilliance in a unanimous resolution (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) win over Van Buren to snap a four-fight dropping streak.

Van Buren managed the early going of the primary spherical, pushing Torres in opposition to the cage and in search of takedowns. It was clear that Van Buren, who trains with the likes of Daniel Cormier at American Kickboxing Academy, wished to take issues to the bottom. Torres by no means let that occur with any consistency.

By the tip of the primary, Torres had her groove, stuffing Van Buren’s takedown makes an attempt and letting her limbs — all of them — fly within the placing division. She damage Van Buren with combos whereas breaking out of a clinch towards the tip of the primary and actually by no means seemed again after that.

Torres’ palms and kicks had been just too fast. Within the second, she landed an enormous flurry and stable left palms with Van Buren coming in. Torres let her kicks go within the third, discovering a house for the left physique kick and entrance kicks to the physique. Van Buren had no reply for the quickness whereas in the course of the cage.

Torres, 30, had not gained since beating Michelle Waterson at UFC 218 on Dec. 2, 2017. Throughout that four-fight dropping skid, Torres fought present champion Zhang Weili and former champions Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Jessica Andrade. The Massachusetts native, who lives and trains in Colorado, now has seven UFC wins at strawweight, tied for second in division historical past with 4 others.

Van Buren, 26, got here in on a six-fight successful streak. The California native gained the Invicta FC girls’s strawweight title in Could 2019 by successful a match after preventing thrice in a single evening.

“I am coming off some powerful losses, they weren’t dangerous losses, they’re in opposition to champions,” Torres stated. “In case you are in there in opposition to champions and also you do what I did and also you did not get the s— beat out of you I feel you continue to should be talked about. I wished that win, I want that win sort of and I received it.

“I actually thought she would attempt to take me down and seize me the complete time, and that is what she did, I do not assume she wished to strike with me. No query about being carried out, I am nonetheless comparatively younger, I have been within the sport for a very long time, however I am 30 and my physique is ready. I need to go for that title shot, I need to be champion. I really imagine that I could be champion. It is simply me having me carry out.”


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Middleweight: Marc-Andre Barriault (12-4, 1-Three UFC) defeats Oskar Piechota (11-4-1, 2-Four UFC) by third-round TKO



Marc-Andre Barriault lands a proper hand on Oskar Piechota within the first spherical.

It took him for much longer than he would have appreciated, however Quebec’s Barriault lastly has his first win within the UFC.

The Canadian middleweight completed Piechota by way of TKO at 4:50 of the second spherical, after hurting him with an uppercut and proper cross alongside the fence. Piechota finally went down to at least one knee, after which fell over onto his again, prompting referee Chris Tognoni to step in. It is Barriault’s first victory in 4 journeys to the UFC’s Octagon.

It was apparent Barriault wished to strain Piechota from the opening bell, and he did so successfully. He discovered a constant dwelling with the precise hand, and combined in elbows when the motion was in shut. Piechota actually did not have a lot of a solution. He landed a few uppercuts of his personal, in addition to an occasional jab to attempt to sluggish Barriault’s strain, however spent the many of the bout along with his again close to the fence.

Barriault, 30, information his first win since September 2018. Piechota’s distress within the UFC continues, as he has been completed in 4 consecutive bouts.

“Like I stated earlier than, throughout all this loopy time, I simply work on myself, I reconnect with my outdated route, so right here I’m with my outdated group, the perfect model of me, so tonight you noticed every little thing,” Barriault stated. “I labored quite a bit on my mindset, simply to reconnect my physique and my thoughts. Simply to be me in the course of the second, simply float with every little thing, not pondering an excessive amount of, simply all motion.

“I felt he was robust in the course of the first spherical, so he hit me with a few good pictures, however I stayed composed and I simply labored the sport plan. The sport plan was simply to let every little thing unfastened, be assured, simply work the timing and let the palms go, so that is what I did.

“If the UFC provides me one of these man, of opponent, I’ll placed on an excellent present. My previous three fights, these guys had been sort of, they style my energy straight away so they simply wrestle me. Proper now, I need to combat, I would like extra, let’s go.”

— Okamoto

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Ladies’s flyweight: Gillian Robertson (8-4, 5-2 UFC) defeats Cortney Casey (9-8, 5-7 UFC) by third-round rear-naked choke



Issues warmth up within the second spherical as Gillian Robertson and Cortney Casey trade blows then transition to the bottom for intense grappling.

It seemed as if the combat would go into the books as three lookalike rounds with Robertson dominating Casey with floor management however little risk of ending her. Then, as the ultimate seconds ticked down, Robertson out of the blue seized a rear-naked choke and received the tapout at 4:32 of Spherical 3.

Thus, Robertson continued her run of ending each one in all her seven UFC bouts. It was her fourth submission, probably the most in UFC girls’s historical past. In keeping with ESPN Stats & Data, it additionally was the newest stoppage in UFC girls’s historical past, coming with 24 seconds left on the clock.

Earlier than the choke, all three rounds performed out nearly identically. In Rounds 1 and a pair of, Robertson absorbed a few crisp proper palms earlier than taking Casey to the canvas earlier than the spherical was a minute outdated. Robertson took a little bit extra time to get to the mat in Spherical 3, however identical to within the first two rounds, she maintained high management the remainder of the best way.

Robertson superior her place time and again, and the perfect Casey may do for probably the most half was regain full or half guard. She did try an armbar halfway by the ultimate spherical, however Robertson didn’t look like in bother. Then Robertson seized management once more and completed the job.

“I truly noticed a chart saying that I used to be equal with Ronda Rousey final week [in submissions], and I used to be like, holy s—, that is superior,” Robertson stated. “So, now to see that I’ve probably the most submissions in girls’s UFC historical past, it is mind-blowing proper now, it is just the start of my profession. I’ll set that document and I’ll push it even farther in order that nobody can break it.

“I positively knew that arm bar can be harmful and he or she was going for it the entire combat, I felt her carry on trying it. When she did truly go for it, she had her fingers on the within of my glove right here, so she was pulling my arm in additional by pulling my glove. In order that’s why I stated one thing to the ref, however clearly it would not matter in the long run, I am nonetheless there to combat, I am there to combat to the dying, so I am content material with that and I am simply going to go for the throat constantly till then.”


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Light-weight: Justin Jaynes (16-4, 1-Zero UFC) defeats Frank Camacho (22-9, 2-5 UFC) by first-round TKO

When Jaynes awakened three days in the past, he wasn’t even on the UFC roster. With only a few MMA occasions being held proper now outdoors the UFC as a result of coronavirus pandemic, he stated he was simply sitting round “all depressed.”

Now, lower than 72 hours later, he has a highlight-reel knockout in his UFC debut that lasted lower than a minute.

Jaynes landed 4 big left hooks — and a few exhausting proper palms in between — to cease Camacho by TKO at 41 seconds of the primary spherical. Jaynes was slotted into this spot when Matt Frevola, Camacho’s preliminary opponent, was pulled from the cardboard on account of his cornerman testing constructive for COVID-19.

“I am ready to get up from a dream proper now,” Jaynes stated.

Jaynes is now could be tied for the second-quickest end for a debutant in UFC light-weight historical past with Charles Oliveira. Diego Ferreira has the quickest end (38 seconds).

Jaynes, 30, has been a professional MMA fighter since 2013 and a daily at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas for greater than a decade. But, he had not gotten a shot within the UFC till now. Jaynes, a Michigan native, has gained 5 in a row total. He was beforehand competing for the regional promotion WXC in his dwelling state. Jaynes has gained 9 of his previous 10 with seven finishes.

Camacho, 31, has now dropped two straight. The Guam resident has been identified for his thrilling fights, however has only one win since 2017.

“I can not say that I am stunned, I knew what the sport plan was, come within the pocket and throw some warmth,” Jaynes stated. “If he will get caught early, he will get caught early, if he will get caught late, he will get caught late. I am glad we’re in, we’re out, I am comfortable about it, cannot say that I am not comfortable about it.

“I really feel like I’m probably the most ignored fighter round. I am hoping with that efficiency that folks aren’t going to miss me anymore. Frank, such as you stated, he is a veteran of the game, it is his seventh UFC combat, I am a fan of Frank, it was an honor to be within the cage with him, I am tremendous excited.”

— Raimondi

Ladies’s flyweight: Lauren Murphy (13-4, 5-Four UFC) defeats Roxanne Modafferi (24-18, 3-6 UFC) by unanimous resolution



Lauren Murphy catches Roxanne Modafferi with a proper hand jab that sends her stumbling within the second spherical.

Murphy prolonged her win streak to a few with a clear-cut unanimous resolution over the previous title challenger.

In keeping with UFC Stats, Murphy outstruck Modafferi 108 to 102 and wobbled her with a brief proper hand within the second spherical. Modafferi continued to press ahead all through the combat, however discovered herself repeatedly strolling into Murphy’s counter proper hand. She pressured her manner into the clinch a number of instances, however Murphy did effectively defending these positions and disengaging.

Murphy, who fights out of Texas, has been on a roll over the previous yr. The 36-year-old was coming off upset wins in her previous two fights in opposition to Mara Romero Borella and Andrea Lee. Her 4 complete wins within the UFC’s flyweight division ranks second all-time, behind present champion Valentina Shevchenko and Katlyn Chookagian.

Modafferi continues her pattern of alternating wins and losses, which dates all the best way again to 2017.

“I’ve the longest win streak within the flyweight division proper now and all of my wins are over ranked opponents,” Murphy stated. “No one else within the flyweight division can say that. I knocked out the No. 12 contender, I beat Andrea Lee and he or she was ranked No. 7 and I used to be a 4-1 underdog in that combat. I imagine I used to be the underdog, the truth is I have been the underdog in each combat I’ve had at flyweight and I feel nearly each combat that I had at bantamweight. I am 4-1 on this division and my final three wins are over ranked opponents, my solely loss is to somebody that’s now a bantamweight and he or she was undefeated at flyweight. I positively deserve a spot within the high 5, I feel I deserve a spot on the ladies’s pound-for-pound record and I need to combat Cynthia Calvillo subsequent.

“She’s the woman to beat proper now. She’s a extremely, actually wonderful fighter. She walked proper into the division and he or she took the No. 2 spot and I feel that is an amazing matchup for me. I feel I can beat her and I need to present all people that I can.”

— Okamoto

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Light-weight: Austin Hubbard (12-4, 2-2 UFC) defeats Max Rohskopf (5-1, 0-1 UFC) by second-round TKO



Austin Hubbard pours on the combos to overwhelm Max Rohskopf within the second spherical.

Hubbard withstood an early storm from Rohskopf, however in the long run that was all Rohskopf had in him in his UFC debut. Hubbard put a beating on him in a one-sided Spherical 2, and Rohskopf stop on his stool on the finish of the spherical.

Rohskopf got here in driving a hype prepare. Although he had solely 5 professional fights, he had gained all of them by submission. And early on, he confirmed off the pedigree from his coaching with grappler extraordinaire Robert Drysdale at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, placing Hubbard in bother on the mat twice within the opening spherical and threatening submissions. However Hubbard escaped each instances, and he made Rohskopf pay with stable punch and kick combos. By spherical’s finish, Hubbard’s confidence was hovering and Rohskopf’s was flagging.

Spherical 2 started with hope for Rohskopf, who took this combat on 10 days’ discover. He received the combat to the canvas once more inside the first 5 seconds. However Hubbard rapidly received again to standing, and it was one-way site visitors from then on. Hubbard, who trains at Crew Elevation in Denver, put it on Rohskopf — leg kicks, physique punches, jabs, straight proper palms. By the point the horn sounded, Rohskopf was bloody and sagging. After which he advised his cornermen he was carried out.

In keeping with UFC Stats, Hubbard led Rohskopf 45-6 in vital strikes within the second spherical.

“I seen him shaking his head and I heard the ref saying, ‘It is over’ and I used to be like, ‘What actually?’ I’ve by no means skilled that, I am not complaining, I received the end so I will take it,” Hubbard stated. “As soon as I used to be popping up straight away off these takedowns and he could not management me in any respect, particularly when he did shock me a little bit bit on these rolls, the place he received my legs. I defended them and received out fairly fast and received again up and I feel it scared him.

“I feel he realized he was in over his head a little bit bit and I feel additionally that he knew he had nothing for me on the ft and I had quite a bit for him. He is a really gifted individual, a variety of good attributes, however he is actually inexperienced in his profession nonetheless, he is 5-0. There’s quite a bit to be taught, I feel somebody advised me he fought one opponent over .500. That is the following degree, I fought lots of people that had been actually good earlier than I received right here into the UFC. I gained a number of regional titles earlier than I received right here to the UFC and I am actually grateful about that. I received into the UFC at 10-2 which appears kinda lengthy, it was longer on the time than I wished, however it gave me that have that I should be right here now and I am tremendous grateful for that and I am trying ahead to the longer term.”

Rohskopf’s supervisor Brian Butler stated Rohskopf “suffered from fatigue as a result of short-notice weight lower mixed with a pre-existing turf toe damage and was not capable of overcome each. He’s going to take a while off to heal up.”

— Wagenheim

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