Brian Ortega Dominates Korean Zombies in UFC Fight Island 6 to Win Title Shot
In the fourth of five events on Fight Island, the UFC won a featherweight title shot with Brian Ortega dominating the Korean zombie (Chan Sung Jung). Jessica Andrade may have punched her ticket to the flyweight championship challenge by defeating Caitlin Chokagian in the joint main event. Brian Ortega Shows Impressive Display to South Korea’s Best Zombies After a short sensory process, it was clear that Ortega was trying to adopt his improved impression of Jung. Jung was more enthusiastic about hanging behind, looking for a powerful counter shot, so he frequently landed leg kicks from the opening bell. Ortega strengthened it later in the first round, splitting Jung with a hard punch and at some point sent him to the canvas. Jung began to swing violently, but was caught in a head kick. Round One was undoubtedly a powerful opener for Ortega. Jung started immediately in the second frame and landed a lot of punch combinations. The damage he was sneaking into Ortega’s lead leg with a low kick was also beginning to appear. But just as the momentum seemed to favor Jung, Ortega blew him up with his spinning elbows. Ortega raided him and landed a few more punches on the canvas, stealing the round but failing to find the finish in front of the second round horn. Entering the third frame, which is likely to have won the first two, Ortega kept the distance throughout the round and added his advantage. He remained out of Jung’s power range and slowly lacked more effective jabs and kicks than ever, which prevented Jung from finding the rhythm. Jung knew he had to drop his scorecard and began to put more pressure on him in the fourth round. However, Ortega did not overwhelm himself, calmed down and evaded most of Jung’s attacks. Avoiding most of Jung’s punches, Ortega caught the kick and landed the punch as he drove Jung across the cage onto the canvas. He cut open Jung’s left eye, and although it wasn’t clear whether it was a punch or an accidental head collision, Jung quickly got up and ate another shot, just like he did. Ortega continued to look sharp and stabbed Jung with a jab. Jung tried to find a way to land, but Ortega was so fluid at this point that Jung couldn’t find an opening. Jung had to overwhelm Ortega in the final frame, but he couldn’t. Ortega simply kept hitting him, giving him various looks that kept Jung away from the quilter. Whenever Jung advanced to attack, Ortega nullified him with a stinging punch, especially his jab, who ate him alive. Jung didn’t give up, kept moving forward, and tried to find a powerful blow house that would steal the battle, but it wasn’t. Ortega was elusive and his impression was more fluent than ever. Ortega fought a perfect fight against Jung, unanimously scoring 50-45 from the judges and at the same time shooting to UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski. Almost two years after Ortega’s last fight, he lost his bid to steal the belt from then-champion Max Holloway. “I needed to be a new man. Today I mixed it all up and tried my best to show everyone that I was back,” Ortega said after the fight. I did. “See if you’re ready (to confront Volkanovski). In this game you’ll seize the opportunity. You won’t grow in the comfort zone. Alexander Volkanovski, you’re the champion. You The idea of fighting is exciting. ”Https://twitter.com/ufc/status/1317637278408298499?s=20 Jessica Andrade wins top contender in UFC fly-class debut Jessica Andrade wins her presence in the UFC fly-class category I didn’t waste my time informing you. In one fight at £ 125, the former UFC Strawweight Champion focused on the division. Andrade raided Chokagian from the opening bell and used her strength and power to counteract his opponent’s dramatic reach advantage. She defeated Chokagian early, but eventually evaded various submission attacks. Andrade frequently pushed her into the cage, punching and kneeling the chokagian against her body throughout the round, then scooping up the chokagian and slamming it against the canvas at the last moment of the frame. They regained their foothold, but after a while Andrade blasted his opponent with a punch towards the center. Chokagian turned his back and shouted in pain. Andrade noticed that she was injured and attacked after Chokagian, landing a few more shots on the body that sent her to the canvas. The referee immediately intervened and stopped the fight. And just like that, Andrade jumped to the top of her new division. “Now I’m number one. Let’s see if we have a chance to fight Valentina (Chefchenko),” she declared after the fight. Shevchenko, the current UFC flyweight champion, will face Jennifer Maia at the UFC 255 in Las Vegas on November 21st. https://twitter.com/ufc/status/1317629730665992194?s=20 Jimmy Crute lays out Modestas Bukauskas Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt Jimmy Crute continues to impress with the Octagon. In his five UFC matches, all but one ended in the first round. Clute finished Modestub Kauskas in an impressive way at UFC Fight Island 6 and left him on the canvas. Clute blasted Bukauskas with his right hand, sent him down, then fired a few more shots, ending it in just over two minutes of the fight. https://twitter.com/ufc/status/1317623074976600066 Trends> Dana White says Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poyer is just a matter of contract UFC Fight Island 6: Ortega vs. Korean Zombie Results UFC Fight Island 6 Main card Brian Ortega unanimous decision def Chan Sung Jung (50-45, 50-45, 50-45) 4:57 TKO (body punch) Jessica Andrade def Katlyn Chookagian, 2:01 KO (punch) R1Jim Crute def Modestas Bukauskas, R1 James Klaus Def Claudio Silva Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Jonathan Martinez Deftomas Almeida Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27 ) UFC Fight Island 6 Qualifying Cards Kutteladzedef Mateusz Gamrot (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) by unanimous decision Gillian Robertson def Poliana Botelho (29-28, 29-27, 29-27) Jun Yong Park def John Phillips (30-25, 30-25, 30-25) by unanimous decision Ziam def Jamie Mullarkey (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Maxim by TKO Grishin def Gadzhimurad Antigulov (punch) 4:58, R 2 0:51, R1 by KO (punch) said Nurmagomedov def Mark Striegl
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