Literally one of the greatest fights of all time, WOW…
Last night the stars of UFC 206 delivered, big time, ass they hit Toronto, Ontario, Canada. With a line up of heavy hitters, the pay-per-view event came through from start to finish. Although the card had lost some big stars, you couldn’t tell.
After Daniel Cormier vs. Anthony Johnson was removed from the event, fears were that UFC 206 was in trouble. Adding to that opinion was the weight botch by Anthony Pettis for the interim title fight. Truthfully, UFC 206 couldn’t have been much better.
Crazy Night Up North
Lighting up the undercard and main card were some great brawls and finishes thoughout. One particular fight that had fans screaming was Cub Swanson vs. Doo Ho Choi. This featherweight clash was truly amazing.
Swanson and Choi battled it out for three incredible rounds, with both men nearly scoring knockouts many times. Even the FOX commentators could not contain their excitement about this fight:
What a WAR!
As if that weren’t enough, there were stacks of other incredible fights at UFC 206. Donald Cerrone sent Matt Brown in to the shadow realms with an amazing head kick, and Max Holloway battered Anthony Pettis to win the belt.
If you don’t want any spoilers for the rest of the event, now would probably be the time to skip to a different article. Otherwise, here is the full list of UFC 206 results from Ontairo, Canada:
UFC 206 Results
Max Holloway def. Anthony Pettis via third-round TKO (4:50)
Donald Cerrone def. Matt Brown via third-round KO (0:34)
Cub Swanson def. Doo Ho Choi via unanimous decision
Kelvin Gastelum def. Tim Kennedy via third-round TKO (2:45)
Emil Meek def. Jordan Mein via unanimous decision
Misha Cirkunov def. Nikita Krylov via sub (guillotine) (R1, 4:38)
Olivier Aubin-Mercier def. Drew Dober via sub (RNC) (R2, 2:57)
Viviane Pereira def. Valerie Letourneau via split decision
Matthew Lopez def. Mitch Gagnon via unanimous decision
Lando Vannata def. John Makdessi via first-round KO
Rustam Khabilov def. Jason Saggo via unanimous decision
Dustin Ortiz def. Zach Makovsky via split decision