UFC Fight Night 94

My Thoughts From The UFC Fight Night 94 Main Card

Published On September 19, 2016 | MMA News

Michael Johnson def. Dustin Poirier via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 1:35

I called the electric company right after this fight because I wanted to notify them that Dustin Poirier’s lights were out. Wow, what a combo from Michael Johnson that sent Poirier to the floor. The follow-up punches were hard to watch because they were powerful, accurate and damaging.

Derek Brunson def. Uriah Hall via knockout (punches) – Round 1, 1:41

The stoppage might have been a tad bit early but I didn’t see this ending any different regardless. Derek Brunson is so explosive. That punch came out of nowhere and when it landed Uriah Hall was in a heap of trouble. I was just a little sad the follow-up punches seemed too polite. He needs to take some lessons from Michael Johnson.

Evan Dunham def. Rick Glenn via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Evan Dunham dominated this fight, but it was entertaining from the start. Crazy offense, takedowns and submissions made this fun to watch. Rick Glenn is legit and people should start paying attention to that man.

Roan Carneiro def. Kenny Robertson via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)

This was a chess match (boring) that saw Carneiro do just enough to secure the W. He landed the cleaner shots, used takedowns at key points of the fight and didn’t make a lot of mistakes.

Islam Makhachev def. Chris Wade via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

This was a fight that could have gone either way, but it is not surprising to see a Wade fade away. Get it? Dwayne Wade plays in the NBA and has a great fade away shot…and Chris Wade lost this fight because he didn’t do much in the final round.  I am on fire!!!

Chas Skelly def. Maximo Blanco via submission (d’arce choke) – Round 1, 0:19

Maximo got his d’arce kicked by Chas Skelly. That is funny because d’arce sounds like a** and Blanco lost due to a d’arce choke. I know I am good!!!

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