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UFC Fight Night: Lewis Vs. Dos Santos
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UFC Fight Night: Lewis Vs. Dos Santos

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The first UFC Fight Night of March went off with a bang this past Saturday night.

The UFC put together a great fight card for its first trip to Kansas, with a heavyweight knockout showcase between top title contender Derrick “Black Beast” Lewis, and Junior “Cigano” Dos Santos. Other great matchups that night included Niko Price vs. long time UFC Veteran Tim Means. Also, 2 great welterweights were vying for a top 10 position in the UFC rankings, with Curtis Millender taking on Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos in the nights featured co-main event.

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Main Event Recap: Lewis Vs. Dos Santos

As expected, this one did not go the distance. Which was to be expected, since these gentlemen have a combined 19 KOs/TKOs between them. Someone was more than likely going to take a canvas nap that night, and that is what went down by the end of the fight.

Lewis has just come off a loss in his title bout with champ champ Daniel Cormier, and was looking to get back in the win column, and potentially earn another shot at the heavyweight champ. Very good leveraging material if he could get past the former UFC champion Dos Santos.

Dos Santos looked to get back in the ring with a win, in his first bout of the year. Dos Santos has made it clear that he is coming to take the UFC title, and a win against a former top contender like Lewis could do just that.

The fight started with just some plodding, with each man throwing a few legs kicks. Dos Santos landed a HUGE spinning back kick that doubled Lewis over in pain. But, he may have played possum a bit, and when Dos Santos went in for the kill, Lewis mustered up a series of shots that made Dos Santos retreat and try again. Commentators were wondering if Lewis was just faking his pain to get Dos Santos to open up, but by the end of the round, it looked pretty clear that Dos Santos’s kick really hurt Lewis.

The 2nd round would be the end of the fight. Dos Santos kept the pressure on Lewis with his jab, which stopped Lewis from being able to drop a bomb of a counter punch. Eventually, with Lewis against the cage, Dos Santos was able to land a heavy right hand, which staggered Lewis, and eventually sent him to the canvas. Dos Santos finished the fight with a few shots, as Lewis covered up. It was a smooth win for the former UFC champion Dos Santos.

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It was a great night of fights, with a beautiful submission win from Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos, which he made happen pretty quickly in just the first round. Beneil Dariush also had a great, and rather fancy submission win against Drew Dober, with a slick reverse triangle armbar in the second round.

The UFC is expanding to new places, and putting on great fights. Be sure to check out Till vs. Masvidal, coming up on the 16th! It should be a great one!

FULL RESULTS:

Main Card

  1. Junior Dos Santos def. Derrick Lewis by TKO, 1:58, Rd. 2
  2. Elizeu Zaleski Dos Santos def. Curtis Millender by submission (rear-naked choke), 2:35, Rd. 1
  3. Niko Price def. Tim Means by KO, 4:50, Rd. 1
  4. Blagoy Ivanov def. Ben Rothwell by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  5. Beneil Dariush def. Drew Dober by submission (armbar), 4:41, Rd. 2
  6. Omari Akhmedov def. Tim Boetsch by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)    

Preliminary Card

  1. Anthony Rocco Martin def. Sergio Moraes by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  2. Yana Kunitskaya def. Marion Reneau by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
  3. Grant Dawson def. Julian Erosa by unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 29-27)
  4. Maurice Green def. Jeff Hughes by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
  5. Matt Schnell def. Louis Smolka by submission (triangle choke), 3:18, Rd. 1
  6. Alex Morono def. Zak Ottow by submission (strikes), 3:34, Rd. 1
  7. Alex White def. Dan Moret by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

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