The fight was extremely short, lasting only 15 seconds. Blaydes (17-3, 1 NC) started the teamfight well with a few punches. After Aspinall (12-3) counterattacked with a leg kick, he fell to the floor. In the back step, the British boxer appeared to have injured his right knee, grabbed it and the match was over. Doctors assisted Aspinall, who was able to stand up and was supported again after a few minutes lying on the ground.
With the TKO win, Blaydes has now won three in a row.
Hermansson Curtis . School
“The Joker” controls early engagement with long-range grounding kicks and some solid right-handed moves. Curtis (29-9) is not adjustable between rounds, which allows Hermansson (23-7) to really ramp up attack and land with a standing elbow. While it clearly needed to end, “The Action Man” didn’t live up to his moniker in the third round and was never willing to take the risks needed to win the fight. The Swedish boxer decided widely with the scores 29-28, 29-28 and 30-27.
Hermansson has now won the last 2/3 matches.
Pimblett submits to Leavitt
Pimblett (19-3) will frighten the “Monkey King” with a choking chop early on and show his superior strength at the end of the first half. Leavitt (10-2) will continue the rampant takedown attempt in the second frame but finds himself in danger after “The Baddy” lands on his craggy knee and grabs his opponent’s back. A rear ceiling reducer was locked and the faucet appeared shortly after.
Pimblett took his third win in the Octagon at 2:46 of Round 2.
Krylov to Gustafsson
Krylov (28-9) achieved immediate success when cracking Gustafsson (18-8) with his right hand soon made the Swede famous. Krylov doesn’t give “The Mauler” any chance to recover as he repeatedly presses with punches and knees. A headbutt would destroy the previous lightweight title challenger and the fight was over in a flurry of hits.
Time stopped at 1:07 minutes of the 1st half.
McCann defeats Goldy
With a rare access advantage, the game plan for McCann (13-4) was clear when she wanted to attack, and she did when she took down Goldy (6-3). McCann showed heavy arms as she landed with her right hand and then a spinning elbow kick that left Goldy standing on wobbly legs. A flurry of punches followed and the fight ended at 3:52 of Round 1.
McCann has now won three games in a row.
Ozil dominates Craig
Oezdemir’s power (18-6) was immediately felt by Craig (16-5-1), who struggled to bring the fight to the ground while the Swiss boxer found momentum on the doubles. foot. Craig has found some success on his feet when it comes to changing levels and keeping pace relentlessly but never out of control. “No Time” was still dangerous, launching some tough shots that injured the Scottish boxer in the last two frames, clearly the match in his favor.
After 15 minutes of tough competition, Oezdemir won the decisive victory with three points 30-27.