UFC Fight Night 167 results
UFC Fight Night 167 co-headliner between Michel Pereira and Diego Sanchez set up for irregularity. After about three rounds of for the most part single direction traffic for Pereira, that abnormality struck when Sanchez was apparently battling to not endure a TKO misfortune.
As Pereira drove knees into the body and head of Sanchez, the victor of season 1 of “The Ultimate Fighter” dropped to one knee before Pereira tossed one knee too much, handling a blow while Sanchez was in fact a brought down adversary, bringing about a preclusion.
UFC Fight Night 167 results Diego Sanchez
Pereira moved his way to the Octagon before the battle, something many idea cost him when he came up short on gas in a disillusioning misfortune to Tristan Connelly last September. Pereira is the kind of person he is, however, which is a man who battles like a sewed together feature reel of MMA’s flashiest strikes. That didn’t change in the battle with Sanchez at Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico,
however Pereira fought an increasingly contained style that permitted him to bring enough vitality through two prevailing rounds and into what was turning out to be his best round yet in Round 3
Diego Sanchez takes late DQ victory over Michel Pereira
At that point, the unlawful knee in what appeared to be a battle finishing succession from Pereira opened the indirect access for Sanchez to guarantee triumph. After the knee landed, Sanchez was investigated by the specialist, wearing two cuts on his temple, with the doctor telling official Jason Herzog that he felt Sanchez was fine to proceed.
Sanchez didn’t concur, saying he was unable to see from his left eye after the unlawful strike. Veteran wise may have had an influence in Sanchez’s announcements. Realizing he was headed to a misfortune on the scorecards, declining to proceed implied he would rather have his hand brought up in triumph through exclusion.