Pablo Diablo’s Five Round Review 5-10-15

The chances of MMA fans getting to see two large organizations go head to head is slim to none; but this past Saturday, RFA took on fellow AXS TV promotion Legacy FC. The competition, which featured four bouts of RFA vs Legacy, was friendly (between the two owners at least) but bragging rights were on the line. Mike Bronzoulis showcased his amped up cardio with a unanimous decision win over Dave Burrow to claim the vacant Legacy FC Lightweight title. Luke Sanders defended his RFA Bantamweight belt in dominating fashion with a unanimous decision win that almost rendered Terrion Ware, his opponent, blind. And in the main event Flyweight Alexandre Pantoja put RFA up 3-1 with a come from behind triangle choke over UFC veteran Damacio Page at 5:00 of round 2.

The Ultimate Fighting Championship made its way down to Australia for UFC Fight Night 65. The fight card, which was only shown on UFC Fight Pass, was exciting from start to finish. Light Heavyweight Sean O’Connell defeated Anthony Perosh via TKO at :56 of round 1. Middleweight Robert Whittaker continued his win streak with a win over Brad Tavares that came by way of KO at :44 of round 1. In the main event Heavyweight Stipe Miocic impressed with a win over seasoned veteran Mark Hunt. The dominating performance was capped off by a TKO at 2:47 of round 5.

Legacy FC 43 will be headlined by a fight between Brock Larson and Derrick Krantz. The fight will be for the vacant Welterweight title. UFC veteran Jacob Volkmann will also be on the card.

Former WSOF Lightweight title challenger Melvin “Young Assassin” Guillard has signed with Bellator FC.

The UFC has announced that they will be looking to build a physical spot for the UFC Hall of Fame. It is predicted that the location will be in Las Vegas.


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