Performances of the Night

Joaquin Buckley

It isn’t hyperbole by any means to name what Joaquin Buckley did to Impa Kasanganay one of the finest knockouts in UFC history.

Throwing domestic run pictures all combat long, Buckley confirmed development over his first UFC combat in opposition to Kevin Holland. When Kasanganay stuck one in every of Buckley’s kicks, the latter used the possibility to throw a spinning lower back kick, which landed flush and close Kasanganay’s lighting out.

Tom Breese

England’s Tom Breese has always had the talent and skill set that projects well in the Octagon, and when he is locked in mentally, it’s a beautiful sight. Against Canadian UFC debutant KB Bhullar, Breese was all-in, and he delivered with a TKO victory in less than two minutes of work.

Tom Breese

England’s Tom Breese has always had the talent and skill set that projects well in the Octagon, and when he is locked in mentally, it’s a beautiful sight. Against Canadian UFC debutant KB Bhullar, Breese was all-in, and he delivered with a TKO victory in less than two minutes of work.

Cory Sandhagen

Suffering your first UFC loss via first-round submission doesn’t normally grant that fighter a main event slot, and yet that’s where Cory Sandhagen was as he tried to bounce back from disappointment in the summer against Aljamain Sterling. Not wanting to waste the golden opportunity against Marlon Moraes, Sandhagen looked locked in and on-point for the entirety of the fight for as long as it lasted, punctuated by a spinning wheel kick in the second round that ended the night with a bang.

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