It was like a kid’s neighborhood fight. One pursued him with a punch, while the other ran away openly, showing his back. The referee stopped him for blatantly running around, but he returned to his stance after almost two laps around the cage.
UFC on ESPN 43 on the 26th, CJ Vergara (pictured) and Lacerda’s flyweight match.메이저사이트 Vergara rejoiced at his comeback fight in his hometown of San Antonio and gave an enthusiastic ceremony to promise victory when introduced by the ring announcer.
However, as soon as the match started, he completely lost his style.
Vergara first set the mood with a leg kick, but at about 2 minutes and 30 seconds into the first episode, he was completely on the defensive when he was hit by Lacerda’s flying knee kick and head kick.
Vergara, who had received a strong shock and hesitated, gave up the fight instead of collapsing and started running with all her might.
It was a one-sided avoidance that showed up to the back. Lacerda chased after him and threw punches and kicks, but Vergara ran quickly and avoided them all. This kind of thing happens in children’s fights where they fight verbally without punching, but it was a rare sight in the pro octagon. In a fight between children, if you turn your back and run away, you lose. Vergara was strongly stopped by the referee, and when he regained his consciousness, he returned to his stance, but this time he was dragged to the ground by Lacerda’s takedown. He almost received a rear naked choke, but managed to get out and finish the first round. I didn’t get a finish, but it was an 8-10, completely inferior fight, and the second round looked like a bona mana. Lacerda pushed Vergara with a takedown attack in the second inning as well. However, he was in poor form and Vergara slipped out and took the top position.