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UFC On ESPN 9 Results : Gilbert Burns Dominates Tyron Woodley To Win Decision

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Fast rising contender Gilbert Burns brought former Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley some rude awakening in the main event of UFC On ESPN 9 Main event on Saturday night at the Apex Center.

Woodley went into the fight after almost more than a year away from the Octagon and his return wasn't as palatable as he perceived, with Gilbert Burns pressuring and dominating him from the opening round till the end to win a unanimous decision 50-44 twice and 55-45 on the Judges scorecards.
“I’m very happy. I trained so hard for this fight. I knew I could do it. I was calling this guy out for a reason,” Burns told Daniel Cormier in his post-fight interview. “My name now has got to be the No. 1 contender. I love the champ, my training partner Kamaru Usman, but c’mon – give me the shot. I’ve got a lot of love for you, but I’m next. I want to fight for the title. If they want to make the f…

Deontay Wilder Retains Belt, Stops Luis Ortiz Again With god's Right Hand

Deontay Wilder Retains Belt, Stops Luis Ortiz Again With god's Right Hand

Deontay Wilder Stops Luis Ortiz In Rematch
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WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder has done it again and this time, knocked out Luis Ortiz in the seventh round with a huge right hand after losing almost all the rounds up to that moment at the MGM Grand Arena on November 23rd.

Wilder needed 10 rounds to defeat Luis Ortiz in the first fight and did so after being rocked and wobbled by "King Kong" in the seventh round, needing to drop him two more times before finishing him off in the 10th round. 

The fight started out slow with little action, as Luis Ortiz was the aggressor landing a few hard punches, while Wilder kept pawing out his jab. Both fighters seem a bit cautious of themselves, still an accidental clash of heads opened up a cut on Ortiz in the second round. 
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The third round had very little to separate both boxers, while the fourth round saw Ortiz unloaded some serious body shots on Wilder, which got the crowd excited but the WBC Champ didn't seem worried or fazed by them.

Both fighters started letting their hands go in the fifth round with Ortiz getting the better of the exchanges and outboxing the champion. In the sixth round, Wilder connected more and eventually edged Ortiz but by a little margin.

The Seventh round was Wilder's round, as he became hyper active landing more and moving around more and in the last minute of the fight landed a big right hand after pawing a few left at the on coming Ortiz. The sudden right sent Ortiz down to the canvas and he remained there throughout the count.


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Deontay Wilder Retains WBC Heavyweight title

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