Joe Pyfer and Abdul Razak Alhassan clashed in an outright exhilarating middleweight standoff at UFC Vegas 80, with Pyfer arising successful in marvelous style.
The battle began with Pyfer forcefully starting a twofold leg takedown, yet Alhassan quickly got back to his feet. Back in striking reach, the two contenders took part in power kick trades, with Alhassan handling the principal huge punch of the session. A short takedown by Joe Pyfer was met with a strong inversion, trailed by a whirlwind of kicks from the two contenders.
As the primary round approached its decision, Pyfer started to progress, releasing a progression of elbows against the enclosure. He capably hung together blends from this position, as Alhassan answered with wild swings, discontinuously concealing between forceful strikes.
In the subsequent round, Alhassan upset an early takedown endeavor and released rebuffing calf kicks. Joe Pyfer seemed discomforted by his lead leg, moving cautiously. Similarly as Alhassan was picking up speed, Pyfer executed a monstrous bang into an arm triangle gag.
This time, there was never a way out for Alhassan. However he endeavored to tap, the arbitrator didn’t mediate in that frame of mind, to a few confounding taps by Alhassan that at first felt like punches to the body from the base position. This brought about him being gagged out oblivious before the arbitrator interceded to stop the battle.