LONDON, Walk 19 (Reuters) – England’s Leon Edwards arose successful after an overwhelming five-round fight with Kamaru Usman to hold his welterweight title, scoring a larger part choice success on the adjudicators’ scorecards at UFC 286 on Saturday.
Edwards beat Usman in shocking style when the two met in Salt Lake City in August last year, taking the Nigerian out with a stupendous fifth-round head kick to guarantee the title, yet Usman was immediately conceded a re-match. 룰렛
This time, the battle was to be on home soil for Edwards, and London’s O2 Field gave him a legend’s welcome as he entered the octagon.
The group recited his “Rough” moniker as he circumnavigated his rival first round, picking his shots and landing weighty body kicks towards the finish of the casing. 슬롯사이트
Popular for his brilliant wrestling abilities, Usman helped Edwards to the mat two times halfway through the subsequent round, yet each time the Jamaican-conceived Briton figured out how to scramble back to his feet.바카라사이트
Usman had his rival on the ground again right off the bat in the third round, and ref Spice Senior member deducted a point from Edwards for snatching the wall as he attempted to get back up.
With the two warriors tiring, the fourth round transformed into a cagey issue as Usman forced and Edwards kept on going after the body with kicks, expecting to set up a similar head kick finish that completed their past experience.
Edwards opened up that definite kick two times right off the bat in the last round however this time Usman arose sound. Unflinching, Edwards kept blending his body shots in with a horrendous uppercuts and splendid guarded wrestling to frustrate his rival at last.
In the co-headliner, American Justin Gaethje scored a larger part choice triumph over individual lightweight Rafael Fiziev of Kazakhstan after an outright exhilarating three-round show of significant level striking from the two men.