UFC 221: Rockhold vs. Romero results, updates, round-by-round scoring
Commencing the fundamental card of UFC 221, in light heavyweight activity, No. 13 positioned Tyson Pedro goes up against Saparbek Safarov. Pedro comes back to his local Australia hoping to get back on track subsequent to torment the principal loss of his vocation to Ilir Latifi at UFC 215. Safarov is a previous Russian Combat Sambo champion comes back from a 14-month cutback because of damage. He's likewise hoping to bounce back from his first since forever misfortune to the hands of Gian Villante at UFC Fight Night 102 in Dec. 2016. Great approach to begin the compensation per-see.
9:59: Kim def. Dark colored through split choice (28-29, 29-28, 29-28). Close contend and energetically to score. Could have went in any case. Neither Kim or Brown successfully isolate themselves. Each person was viable with the leg kicks and battled exceptionally specialized. Not the most energizing battle on the planet but rather in the event that you are an enthusiast of specialized striking, this was the one for you. Three wins consecutively now for Kim. The principle card begins in no time flat.
9:31: In the included preparatory session at UFC 221, in lightweight activity, Damien Brown faces Dong Hyun Kim. Darker comes into the battle hunting down win as he's lost consecutive battles. After an underlying unpleasant begin in losing his initial two UFC sessions, Kim's bobbed back with consecutive wins. Stunned this was what the UFC ran with in a major position rather than Formiga versus Nguyen, which had two positioned contenders in the flyweight division and a weight classes that could utilize all the assistance it could get.
9:25: Adesanya def. Wilkinson by TKO at 3:37 of the second round. After a first round in which Wilkinson covered Adesanya. He endeavored ten takedowns and scored two of them. Adesanya demonstrated a great deal of balance and made it a point in the second round to not give that a chance to happen once more. Adesanya kept it at his separation and went to work. He utilized a strategic arrangement as he utilized his accuracy punches and knees to leave Wilkinson a grisly chaos. Preferred the reality Adesanya didn't overexert himself. He knew he had Wilkinson stuck in an unfortunate situation and didn't insane to get to the wrap up. Give him acknowledgment for demonstrating that much balance with this being his UFC make a big appearance. He is one you better watch out for in 2018. Helps me to remember a middleweight variant of Jon Jones.