UFC 194

My Thoughts On the UFC 194 Main Card

Published On December 14, 2015 | MMA News
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UFC 194

Conor McGregor def. Jose Aldo via KO (punch) at :13 of Round 1

Jose got caught. That sums up the fight perfectly. I am still not sure Conor is legit because the fight ended in 13 seconds. It is a fluke situation that everybody hates to see. This was the biggest fight in MMA history and it was tough to see it go down like that. Jose can still hold his head up high…I mean, no. Tuck that chin boy!!!

Luke Rockhold def. Chris Weidman via TKO (ground and pound) at 3:12 of Round 4

I knew this fight could go either way but I was secretly rooting for Chris. I know Rockhold has all the skills and athletic talent to be champion and that is why I didn’t want him to win. I don’t like people trying to out Sage, Sage Northcutt. Keep your chiseled abs out of his spotlight punk. I am also not going to mention the horrible kick that Chris threw. It may or may not have sealed the fight for Rockhold.

Yoel Romero def. Ronaldo Souza via Split Decision (29-27, 28-29, 29-28)

I had Souza winning this fight. I was surprised when the judges gave it to Romero. Just kidding, I am never surprised when the judges get these things wrong. Yoel is a beast and he definitely had his way with Ronaldo at times but I don’t think he did enough to earn the win.

Demain Maia def. Gunnar Nelson via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 30-25, 30-25)

This was hard to watch. Gunnar was outclassed the entire fight and should disappear for a while. To escape the embarrassment he could lose weight, dye his hair and change his name to Jose Aldo. I would rather be the guy knocked out in 13 seconds than be Gunnar Nelson.

Max Holloway def. Jeremy Stephens via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

So, Max Holloway won.

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