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Kamaru “The Nigerian Nightmare” Usman defeated American Colby “Chaos” Covington with a memorable fifth-round TKO victory, that will surely be a Fight of the Year contender. In a tightly fought welterweight contest, Usman proved his powerhouse skills to defend his title and remain the UFC welterweight champion.

Usman reflected on the fight and his satisfaction following their war of words during the build-up: “He talked a lot going into this, so this was a respect thing. I had a responsibility to go in there and teach him a lesson. I never give up, I work hard. I tried to find an opening, I couldn’t find it for much of the fight but I found it in the last one and there you go. His game plan didn’t surprise me, he used to grapple quite a bit, he’s an intelligent fighter and knows how to fight, but I found a way to win. I knew he was ahead and that I had to work harder to get the win. I had to find a way and that’s what I did. I’d like Francis in March or April, that would be perfect, I’m in.”

Australian Alexander “The Great” Volkanovski provided one of the night’s biggest upsets by beating Max “Blessed” Holloway in their featherweight title bout in Las Vegas. It meant the American finished on the wrong side of the judges’ decision for the second time this year, after his April loss to Dustin Poirier, also ending his streak of three consecutive featherweight title defences.

Volkanovski spoke after the fight of his pride and how he would be open to a rematch with Holloway: “It means the world, I’m away from my family, I have two kids at home. Everything is about my family, spending time away from the kills me, but this is for them, a little early Christmas present for them. Featherweight has always had great, respectful champions who always fight the next contenders in line and I appreciate that. There’s a lot of people who have earned their shot and aren’t given it, so I’m going to make sure everyone who earns it, gets it.

If the UFC really wants money fights, I’ll do it, I won’t lie, but I want to give it to the person who deserves them and then take them out. Australia is taking over, we’re doing great things over there. We’ve got two belts now, it wasn’t long ago that people just looked at us as numbers in the UFC. We’re top dogs now and I’m proud that I could help stake that claim. People are going to be partying right now and I’m going to party too.”Inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Brazilian Amanda Nunes defended her bantamweight title against The Netherlands’ challenging Germaine de Randamie with a tense unanimous decision.

While de Randamie offered plenty of threat, Nunes finished with a strong final round and sealed her 10thstraight victory and fifth successful UFC bantamweight title defence.

The Brazilian “Lioness” was delighted with her title victory, despite explaining that not everything quite went to plan: “My game plan was to go five rounds and work the takedown. I almost got two submissions, but made some mistakes and I have to fix that. Honestly, I was a little bit off tonight, but I’m the champ, I always have plan A, B, C and more. If something goes wrong with the first plan, I just go to the next one. I couldn’t get my timing well with the striking, so I decided to go to the takedown. We train everything in the gym, especially the bad positions, so I was ok when she surprised me with the submissions, it wasn’t too bad. Germaine’s timing was very good tonight, but she’s so heavy with everything she throws, so it was easy for me to time the takedown.”

Russia’s rising star Petr Yan put on an outstanding performance against Urijah Faber, otherwise known as “The California Kid”. Faber has achieved many victories inside the Octagon over may years, which made him the more experienced out of the two athletes, but Yan lived up to his nickname of “No Mercy” and continued his winning streak by defeating Urijah Faber via knockout at 0:43 of round 3. Yan spoke of his delight in obtaining his sixth UFC victory: “I’m very glad that my career in the UFC is progressing so quickly. I’m working very hard for it, it’s not easy, I had a lot of fights this year and I’m glad I could finish this year with such a big win. Urijah is very famous in the UFC and I want to be more well known in America too.

Urijah also fought for many titles, so I need to beat guys like that to get to the top. UFC 245 is the biggest event of the year and it is an honor for me to be part of it because there is a lot of attention on this event and it will now be a big push for my next UFC chapter. I just need to take a little rest, look at the situation and see how things will play out from the outside and then talk to my manager and take things from there.”

We’ve UFC Busan coming up this weekend as Korean Zombie takes on Frankie Edgar.

EMEA Athletes worth keeping an eye out for

Main Card

  • Volkan Oezdemir from Fribourg, Switzerland
    • Fighting: Aleksandar Rakić from Vienna, Austria


  • Said Nurmagomedov from Dagestan, Russia
    • Fighting: Raoni Barcelos from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Ciryl Gane from Paris, France
    • Fighting: Tanner Boser from Alberta, Canada

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