Last night (July 30, 2016), Fredy Serrano and Ryan Benoit went to war at UFC 201 inside Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. In an ugly bout, Benoit came out on top. Find out how below!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Flyweight prospects Fredy Serrano and Ryan Benoit battled last night (July 30, 2016) at UFC 201 inside Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Serrano is something of an unknown. He may be a former Olympic wrestler, but he’s also a 36 year old Flyweight with just three professional fights. Opening the main card, many questions were answered about “El Profe.” In just three fights, Benoit has shown that he either wins or loses in a big way. Having lost two of those bouts, Benoit definitely needed a victory in order to remain inside the UFC.
The fighters wasted little time in trading hard blows. Serrano scored with a couple of takedowns, but Benoit also blasted him with a solid blow that dropped the Olympian.
Less than halfway through the round, the fighters were firing at an insane pace.
After working his way back to his feet for a second time, Benoit began to find his range and land the better strikes. Serrano was loading up far too much on his punches, which allowed Benoit to avoid the majority of his opponents blow even while pushing forward.
All in all, it was a clear round for “Baby Face.”
Benoit stayed on the aggressive to start the round, landing some hard shots. Serrano managed to land another takedown, but Benoit exploded back to his feet without much trouble before long.
Despite the fact that Serrano was shooting from way too far out, he managed to work into a clinch and finish the shot. Once on top, he controlled for most of the round, though he didn’t do all that much damage.
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