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‘TUF 27’ Winner Michael Trizano Outpoints Ludovit Klein – MMA Root



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The winner of “The Ultimate Fighter 27”, Michael Trizano, arrested a unanimous verdict against Ludovit Klein at the UFC at ESPN 24, which featured a preliminary featherweight bout at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday night. All three cageside judges voted in favor of Trizano: 29-28, 29-28 and 30-27.

Trizano (9-1, 3-1 UFC) controlled the cage for the majority of the match and while Klein (17-3, 1-1 UFC) seemed to have an advantage in the volley early, Team Tiger Schulmann spokesman was linked with more power. Trizano did his best in the final corner when he threw Klein with his right hand and found more and more a rhythm with more aggressive performance behind the forward motion. “The Lone Wolf” ended the fight by trapping Klein in a guillotine after the removal of the Slovak fighter. While the grip was tight, Klein was able to survive to the final horn.

Park Batters, Bloodies Nchukwi

Jun Yong Park enforced his will through abolitions and ground-and-pound to win the majority decision on Dana White’s alum Tafon Nchukwi alum in a middleweight bout. Two judges ruled in favor of South Korea – 30-25 and 29-26 – while a third saw it as a 28-28 draw. Park has won three consecutive Octagon appearances.

At first, Park (13-3, 3-1 UFC) seemed to be faster in the punch, as he repeatedly played Nchukwi with his punch in Round 1. Nchukwi improved his output in Round 2, but had removed a score for landing the second mute hit of the race. “The Iron Turtle” left no doubt in the final stand, securing a pair of rebounds and Nchukwi (5-1, 1-1 UFC) with an open opening with fists and elbows from the three-quarter position. When all was said and done, Nchukwi’s face spilled blood from the damage he had absorbed.


Harris Chuck Anguilla Unconscious

Former Brave Combat Federation champion Carlston Lindsay Harris became the first Guyana fighter to win the UFC competition, as he did a short job with Christian Aguilera in a welterweight competition. Harris made his opponent unconscious with a 2:52 drowning in Round 1 to extend his professional victory to four.

While Aguilera (14-8, 1-2 UFC) seemed to shock Harris for a while with an upper cut during a first exchange, “Mocambique” recovered in a short run and set the stage for the finish by shaking his opponent. with a straight left. Shortly afterwards, Aguilera came out for another abolition. Harris (16-4, 1-0 UFC) spread the effort, locked himself in the chuck and threw his opponent. Aguilera’s insistence on clinging to his enemy’s leg did him no favors, and it was a matter of seconds before he came out of the compression.
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