Bojan Velickovic might have been staring a defeat in the face Sunday. Good thing for him he still had a little more in the tank late.
“Serbian Steel” landed a right hand to the temple of Nico Musoke that put Musoke on wobbly legs and Velickovic pounced for the finish at 4:37 of the third round at UFC Fight Night 109 in Stockholm. It was the second such come-from-behind finish in the third round after Damir Hadzovic did it to Marcin Held.
.@serbian_steel noquea a Nicholas Musoke en #ufcstockholm ¿Estás viendo? #UFCEnVivo pic.twitter.com/s9A0xxF2F6
— UFC Español (@UFCEspanol) May 28, 2017
One judge had Velickovic down two rounds heading into the third. The other two had it 19-19. The KO certainly sealed the deal.
Velickovic (15-4-1) snapped a two-fight winless streak with the victory. The 28-year-old Elevation Fight Team product last won in April 2016, a unanimous decision over Alessio Di Chirico. Musoke (13-5, 1 NC), a Sweden native, has lost two straight and three of his last four.
Source:: mma fighting