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UFC Vegas 18 outcomes: Alexander Volkov scores walk-off knockout over Alistair Overeem

UFC Vegas 18 launched Alexander Volkov and Cory Sandhagen nearer to title photographs after they every scored spectacular victories on Saturday night time in Las Vegas. Alexander Volkov makes assertion with knockout of Alistair Overeem Overeem began in a crouch within the UFC Vegas 18 predominant occasion, giving Volkov much less of a goal. The 2 danced round for the opening couple of minutes earlier than Overeem cracked Volkov with two onerous overhand left punches. Volkov was urgent ahead earlier within the spherical, however a 3rd overhand from Overeem slowed his momentum. Three minutes into the primary spherical and Overeem had edged forward, touchdown an uppercut and a physique kick earlier than Volkov abruptly knocked him to the canvas. Overeem coated to climate a couple of photographs from Volkov, however the change ignited the Russian. Again on their toes, Volkov pressed ahead and cracked Overeem with a tough shot that backed him into the fence. Overeem danced away, however Volkov stored urgent. He landed quite a few punches within the waning moments of the spherical, Overeem giving up the benefit he appeared to have earlier within the body. Overeem once more began low, however little greater than a minute into the spherical, he ate a number of onerous punch combos, Volkov bloodying and staggering him. Two minutes into the spherical, Volkov landed a left hand to the temple that despatched Overeem reeling to the mat. The referee instantly stepped in to avoid wasting Overeem from any additional punishment. Shortly after the stoppage, Overeem was nonetheless on his knees on the canvas. Volkov, in an incredible present of respect, joined him, placing his arm across the man that he had as soon as thought of an inspiration. It was essentially the most spectacular victory of Volkov’s profession, following a end of Walt Harris at UFC 254 in October. Ranked No. 6 coming into the combat, knocking out the No. 5 ranked heavyweight in Overeem, Volkov has put himself ready of being only one or two victories away from a title shot, and he is aware of it. “It’s my time,” stated Volkov after the combat. “I need to combat for the belt for positive. However we’ll see, we’ll have some good fights sooner or later. We’ll see who’s on my plate. However I absolutely need to take title shot.” UFC Vegas 18 outcomes: Alexander Volkov TKOs Alistair Overeem Cory Sandhagen lays Frankie Edgar out chilly with a flying knee The co-main occasion was some of the anticipated fights on the cardboard, nevertheless it lasted simply 28 seconds. Followers anticipated a struggle between Cory Sandhagen and Frankie Edgar in a battle for a shot on the UFC bantamweight belt wrapped round Petr Yan’s waist. Yan is presently centered on Aljamain Sterling, who’s his subsequent protection, however he higher have been listening to Sandhagen, who knocked Edgar out with a flying knee earlier than the combat had actually gotten underway. “I used to be excited to indicate off my wrestling abilities as a result of everybody is aware of I suck at that, however I am going to take that,” Sandhagen stated after the combat. “I do not need to watch that occur to (Edgar), however higher him than me. That is the sport we’re in.” Although Sandhagen has a loss to Sterling on his report, it is his lone loss in his final 10 bouts. He now believes he is received the instruments to take out both Yan or Sterling. “I am a special monster than once I fought Aljamain Sterling. He taught me some classes. I do know Yan is speaking about combat TJ (Dillashaw) after that combat, if he even wins that combat. That is rubbish to me,” Sandhagen stated. “Battle me. I am the subsequent hardest man subsequent to Aljamain. If Aljamain wins, I owe him a nap. And he is gonna get that nap. The winner of these two will get knocked out by me in July.” UFC Vegas 18 outcomes: Cory Sandhagen knocks out Frankie Edgar Clay Guida grinds out a win over Michael Johnson Neither Clay Guida nor Michael Johnson was anyplace close to a title shot with a victory at UFC Vegas 18. They had been each on the reverse finish of the spectrum, combating for UFC survival. It was Guida who floor out a classic efficiency. The 2 went toe-to-toe for all three rounds, nevertheless it was Guida’s stress and takedowns that separated them. Guida put a punctuation mark on the combat with a takedown late within the third spherical, the place he locked on a rear-naked choke. He could not sink the end, however he dominated the ultimate moments of the bout, securing a unanimous choice victory. The win ended a two-bout skid for Guida, however put Johnson in a deadly place, as he misplaced his fourth consecutive combat. UFC Vegas 18 outcomes: Clay Guida choices Michael Johnson TRENDING > Watch Kamaru Usman’s ‘Battle of the Night time’ KO of Colby Covington forward of UFC 258 UFC Vegas 18: Overeem vs. Volkov outcomes UFC Vegas 18 Important Card Important Occasion – Heavyweight Bout: Alexander Volkov def. Alistair Overeem by TKO (punches) at 2:06, R2Co-Important Occasion – Bantamweight Bout: Cory Sandhagen def Frankie Edgar by KO (flying knee) at 0:28, R1Lightweight Bout: Clay Guida def Michael Johnson by unanimous choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)Flyweight Bout: Alexandre Pantoja def Manel Kape by unanimous choice (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)Light-weight Bout: Beneil Dariush def Diego Ferreira by cut up choice (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)Mild Heavyweight Bout: Danilo Marques def Mike Rodriguez by submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:52, R2 UFC Vegas 18 Prelims Featherweight Bout: Timur Valiev def Martin Day by unanimous choice (30-25, 30-25, 30-26)Catchweight Bout (160-lb): Devonte Smith def Justin Jaynes by TKO (physician’s stoppage) at 3:38, R2Women’s Bantamweight Bout: Karol Rosa def Joselyne Edwards by unanimous choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)Girls’s Flyweight Bout: Lara Procopio def Molly McCann by unanimous choice (29-27, 29-28, 30-27)Featherweight Bout: Seungwoo Choi def Youssef Zalal by unanimous choice (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)Featherweight Bout: Ode Osbourne def Jerome Rivera by KO (punches) at 0:26, R1


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