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Edson Barboza knocked out in the first round of the Justin Gaetzh UFC in Philadelphia



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In the main event of UFC in Philadelphia on Saturday, he was not inferior to the Brazilian Edson Barboza.

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In the light of the duel, Justin Gaetzh knocked out Brazilian 2min30s first round after hitting the right cross straight into the face of Barbosa.

The duel was expected knockout potential of the two fighters. And in fact, this is the fight ended after the two exchanged blows, and watchdog ventured a few strokes.

Gaethje currently has 20 wins and two defeats on his record in MMA, while Brazil dropped to 20/07.

Sheymon loose, and remains high Nigeria

In the first fight primary card Brazilian Sheymon Moraes ultimately loss unanimous decision in Nigerian Sodikov Yusuff to match with the average.

Yusuff victory was 16 and then Nigeria in the UFC is currently headed by the champion in the welterweight Kamaru Usman, the first African to have a UFC belt.

View all results map:

Lightweight: Edson Barboza's Justin Gaetzh-average Jack Hermansson defeated David Branch via submission (guillotine choke) at 12:49 of the 1st round

Lightweight Josh Emmett beat Michael Johnson by KO at 4:14 of the 3rd round

STRAWWEIGHT: Michelle Waterson Karolina Kowalkiewicz won by unanimous decision

Weight-heavyweight Paul Craig Kennedy Nzechukwu won by submission (triangle) at 4:20 3rd round

Lightweight: Sadiq Yusuff Sheymon Moraes won by unanimous decision

PRELIMINARY CARD

STRAWWEIGHT: Marina Rodriguez Jessica Aguilar won a unanimous decision

Lightweight: Desmond Greene Ross Pearson won by knockout in 2:52 of round 1

Lightweight Kevin Aguilar won Enrique Barzola unanimous decision

Average Kevin Holland Gerald Meerschaert won a split decision

Flyweight: Casey Kinney Ray Borg won a unanimous decision

Flyweight: Marina Moroz won Sabine Mazo unanimous decision

The easiest Alex Perez won the Marc de la Rosa by unanimous decision

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