The UFC London Results are in, Blaydes vs Aspinall has come to an anti-climactic conclusion. The event went down Saturday, July 23 from the O2 Arena in London.
Chris Curtis vs Tom Aspinall was the main event. The fight was just getting started within the first 20 seconds of the first round Aspinall took a bad step or something and his knee gave out causing the fight to be over… Surely this will be ran back but time will tell.
Jack Hermansson kept the fight standing in the co-main event against Chris Curtis. Curtis was extremely frustrated through the fight as Hermansson’s game plan appeared to be a surprise for Curtis, and enough to get him the unanimous decision.
Paddy Pimblett vs Jordan Leavitt had a bit of back and forth first round, where it became evident Pimblett wanted to stand and Leavitt wanted to grapple. The second round began and after they continued implementing each strategy, Pimblett found himself able to secure a rear naked choke after some transition.
Molly McCann came out with a big first round KO victory over her opponent Hannah Goldy. At 3:52 of the first round Molly had secured her knockout victory with nearly no time spent on the matt due to excellent take down defense. It was her striking, however, that setup Goldy for the knockout and added another spinning elbow to her highlight reel.
Nearly all of the fights in the prelims went to the judges except for one. Jonathan “JSP” Pearce showcased some defense on the ground and ended up getting the KO/TKO in R2 when he poured on the damage against Makwan Amirkhani in a featherweight bout.
Here’s the UFC London Post fight press conference, courtesy of the UFC, below that are all the events results.
UFC Fight Night Blaydes vs Aspinall Results
Main Card (aired at 1:00 PM CDT on ESPN and ESPN +)
Curtis Blaydes #4 (17-3-0, 1NC) vs Tom Aspinall #6 (12-3-0) – heavyweight bout – Blaydes by 1st round TKO
Jack Hermansson #8 (23-7-0) vs Chris Curtis #9 (29-9-0) – middleweight bout – Hermansson by unanimous decision
Paddy Pimblett (19-3-0) vs Jordan Leavitt (10-2-0) – lightweight bout – Pimblett by 2nd round submission
Nikita Kyrlov #11 (28-9-0) vs Alexander Gustafsson (18-8-0) – light heavyweight bout – first round KO/TKO
Molly McCann (13-4-0) vs Hannah Goldy (6-3-0) – women’s flyweight bout – McCann by 1st round KO/TKO
Paul Craig #8 (16-5-1) vs Volkan Oezdemir #9 (-18-6-0) – light heavyweight bout – Oezdemir by unanimous decision
Prelims (aired on ESPN & ESPN + at 10:00 AM CDT)
Mason Jones (11-2-0, 1NC) vs Ludovit Klein (19-4-0) – lightweight bout – Klein by unanimous decision
Marc Diakiese (16-5-0) vs Damir Hadzovic (14-7-0) – lightweight bout – Diakiese by unanimous decision
Nathaniel Wood (18-5-0) vs Charles Rosa (14-8-0) – featherweight bout – Wood by unanimous decision
Makwan Amirkhani (17-8-0) vs Jonathan Pearce (13-4-0) – featherweight bout – Pearce with 2nd round KO/TKO
Muhammad Mokaev (8-0-0, 1NC) vs Charles Johnson (0-1) – flyweight bout – Mokaev by unanmious decision
Jair Herbert (12-4-0) vs Kyle Nelson (13-5-0) – lightweight bout – Herbert by unanimous decision
Mandy Bohm (7-2-0, 1NC) vs Victoria Leonardo (9-5-0) – women’s flyweight bout – Leonard by unanimous decision
Claudio Silva (14-4-0) vs Nicolas Dalby (17-3-1, 1NC) – welterweight bout – Dalby by unanimous decision
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