Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight Ian Entwistle has seven of his nine wins coming by way of submission, with three of said taps the result of his patented leg lock.
So you can understand why “Enty” was overly frustrated when his ground game failed against Alejandro Perez.
Even to the point where the Brit started accusing “El Diablito” of greasing up to avoid the hold. Referee Grant Waterman was not convinced and the action was allowed to continue — right up Entwistle got smashed in Zagreb, Croatia.
“I worked hard to prepare a defense for the leg locks,” Perez told MMA Junkie after his fight. “When he attacked my legs, I stayed on top, punching, punching, punching. … I don’t know what to think because I’m not a cheater. I play fair. I don’t know what to think.”
Perez (17-6) secured his second straight win with the technical knockout (TKO) stoppage and improves to 3-1 under the ZUFFA banner. Entwistle (9-3), meanwhile, is just 1-2 for Dana White and Co. and has been finished in both losses.
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