July 7, 2022

UFC 265 Direct Results and Analysis

Houston – Derrick Lewis, Presiding over the UFC 265 main event on Saturday Cyril Kane, Took his first UFC title three years ago Daniel Gormier. The self-deprecating slugger mocked himself — and his heavyweight counterparts — before that fight.

“If I were the champion, the whole UFC division would be ashamed of themselves.” They all have to relocate somewhere. … Did you see my fights? Did you see my technique? “

Gormier defeated Lewis in the UFC 230 by a second round submission in November 2018, but since then, the man who calls himself “The Black Beast” has improved a lot. He has won four in a row and will receive another shot at UFC gold when he fights for the interim heavyweight title at the Toyota Center on Saturday.

The card is built around Louis, a Houston resident who combines humor with the most terrifying knockout power in UFC history. The Kane winner against Lewis is expected to be next to the heavyweight champion Francis Gangano. ESPN Lewis and Kane ranked No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, in heavyweight.

Lewis (25-7, 1 NC) has the most KO / TKO wins in UFC heavyweight history (12). That stamp puts him in a three-way balance for the most knockouts in any division in the UFC. Witter Belfort And Matt Brown. The 36-year-old Lewis is winning the knockout in the second round Curtis Plates In February.

Kane (9-0) is one of the most promising fighters in all UFCs. With Saturday’s win, Kane became the first French-born fighter to win the UFC title. Kane, 31, has only been training at the MMA for three years and holds the 6-0 record at UFC.

At the co-op event, a pair of Phantomweight contestants will face off: MMA legend Jose Alto And Pedro Munhos. Aldo (29-7) is a former longtime UFC / WEC featherweight champion. Munhos (19-5, 1NC) has won four of his last six matches. Even on the cover, Vicente Luke Meets Michael Church In the battle of the best welderweights, strawweight rivals Dacia Torres And Angela Hill Face and Casey Kenny Takes Song Yadang In the fight between the upcoming Phantomweights.

Follow directly by Mark Raymondy and Brett Okamoto reviewing fights from Houston See ESPN + PPV.


Fight for progress:

Men’s Phantomweight: Miles Jones (11-1, 21- UFC, -210) vs.. Anderson Dose Santos (21-8, 1-2 UFC, +175)


Results:

Women’s Flyweight: Melissa Gotto (7-0-2, 1-0 UFC) Failures Victoria Leonardo (8-5, 1-2 UFC) Second Round TKO (Physician Stop)

Cato, from Sao Paulo, Brazil, had been waiting a long time for her UFC debut, and she was not disappointed with Leonardo’s second-round finish.

At the end of the second round Katto won a TKO victory and was ruled out due to a right arm injury when ruled out by doctors who injured Leonardo of Louisiana. The doctor said it was broken. It was not immediately clear how Leonardo was injured, although in the fight Kato was hit in the arm by the submission and kicked the body over Leonardo.

It was a long road to go to the octagon to Katto. He first made his debut in late 2019, but was forced to leave due to injury. Two more fights were canceled in 2020 for various reasons.

Kato was able to express his fighting spirit and victory. Although she could not get the result of the submission, she took Leonardo’s advance. In the second round she wiped Leonardo with her right hand and made a clear strike.

– Okamoto

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Men’s Phantomweight: Johnny Munos (11-1, 1-1 UFC) defeats Jamie Simmons (7-4, 0-2 UFC) By second round submission

Training in one of the hottest gyms in the MMA has done Munos well.

After spending his training camp with the like Brandon Moreno At the Entram Gym in Tijuana, Munoz took his first UFC victory by submission (post-nude choke) at 2:35 in the second round.

“When it goes to the ground, I have no one there,” Munos said.

Munos got down to Simmons Bay late in the first round, but did not have enough time to work there. Second, he took the lion into the frame for a minute. From there, Munos retrieved Simmons, hooked him up and used the suffocation. Simmons had no choice but to tap.

The 28-year-old Munos lost the first fight of his career in his UFC debut last August. Nate Manus By consensus. Cage Phantomweight Champion from California. Simmons, 28, is out of Wisconsin, falling two straight and looking for his first UFC win.

– Raymondy

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More to come:

Medieval Heavyweight Title Fight: Derrick Lewis (25-7 1 NC, 16-5 UFC, +290) vs. Cyril Kane (9-0, 6-0 UFC, -370)
Men’s Phantomweight: Jose Alto (29-7, 11-6 UFC, -120) against. Pedro Munhos (19-5 1 NC, 9-5 1 NC UFC, +100)
Welderweight: Michael Church (18-4, 11-4 against UFC, -105). Vicente Luke (20-7-1, 13-3 UFC, -115)
Strawweight: Dacia Torres (12-5, 8-5 UFC, -140) vs.. Angela Hill (13-9, 8-9 UFC, +120)
Men’s Phantomweight: Song Yadang (16-5-1 1 NC, 5-1-1 UFC, +100) vs. Casey Kenny (16-3-1, 5-2 UFC, -120)
Lightweight: Bobby Green (27-11-1, 8-6-1 UFC, +240) vs. Rafael Fissev (9-1, 3-1 UFC, -300)
Men’s Phantomweight: Vince Morales (9-5, 1-3 UFC, -105) against. Draco Rodriguez (7-2, 0-1 UFC, -115)
Low weight: Alonso Manifield (10-2, 3-2 against UFC, -240). Ed Herman (27-14 1 NC, 13-10 1 NC UFC, +200)
Strawweight: Carolina Kovalkievich (12-6, 5-6 against UFC, -135). Jessica Penne (13-6, 1-3 UFC, +115)
Men’s Flyweight: Manel Cap (15-6, 0-2 UFC, -200) against. Oat ‘Osborne (9-3, 1-1 UFC, +170)