ONE on TNT 4 results: Ok Rae Yoon nearly finishes Eddie Alvarez early, ultimately wins unanimous decision – MMA Root

Okay, Rae Yoon took the biggest win of his career at ONE at TNT 4 after a unanimous decision over Eddie Alvarez in Wednesday’s co-main event.

The difference ultimately boiled down to a brutal knockdown inflicted by Ock in the first round, when he sent Alvarez to the canvas with a crushing blow that almost led to the finish line. Alvarez managed to survive, but he was never able to apply the punishment necessary in the last two rounds to persuade the judges in his favor.

It was a non-stop pace from start to finish as Oak and Alvarez definitely got the best out of each other.

After a couple of quick leg swaps to start the fight, Alvarez closed the distance to look for a takedown while pressing OK on the square. The South Korean fighter was able to withstand the fight against Alvarez, but he also struggled to break free of his grip.

After he finally managed to break up, Oak began attacking Alvarez with a series of brutal kicks and then unloading him with a huge right hand down the center, confusing the former UFC champion. It looked like Alvarez might be finished, but the referee allowed the fight to continue as Oak desperately tried to get him away.

Somehow, Alvarez survived the onslaught and eventually got back on his feet and marked Oak with a few sharp punches before ending the round.

After a minute to recover, Alvarez came back and started attacking again with his fight, but he simply could not put Ok on the ground and keep him there.

Five minutes before the end, Alvarez began throwing himself into the goal with the confidence that he needed to organize a comeback, because ONE scoring is not carried out round after round, but as the whole fight. Based on this criterion, the knockdown and close to the finish Ok in the first round still caused the most damage.

This aggressive attitude also left Alvarez vulnerable to some of Okey’s counter-attacks as he tagged the Philadelphia native with a few quick straight punches as well as a solid knee on another takedown attempt. Alvarez continued his bounty hunt during the last few exchanges with Oak, who was delighted to exchange shots with the lightweight legend as the fight drew to a close.

Once the decision was announced, Oak celebrated with his team as he probably put himself in position to challenge a lightweight title fight against reigning champion Christian Lee, while Alvarez was understandably dejected when he fell. up to 1: 2 with one without competition from the moment of joining. ONE Championship roster.

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