Last night (Weds., July 13, 2016), Tim Boetsch and Josh Samman went to war at UFC Fight Night 91 inside Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. In a strong showing, Boetsch finished his opponent. Find out how below!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight veterans Tim Boetsch and Josh Samman threw down last night (Weds., July 13, 2016) at UFC Fight Night 91 inside Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Boetsch entered this bout in desperate need of a win. Though he was a top-ranked Middleweight just a few years back, Boetsch’s recent performances have been disappointing and painful.
On the other hand, Samman’s UFC career is still relatively new. The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) veteran burst into the organization with a trio of finishes, and last night he was looking to return to the win column following his first loss in the UFC.
After some exchanges along the fence, Boetsch scored the first takedown. Boetsch landed small punches for a couple of minutes, as Samman struggled to return to his feet.
Once Samman did manage to get back up, he immediately went back to pushing the pace. He failed to find a takedown of his own, but Samman did land with some effective kicks and clinch strikes. Boetsch landed his own solid blows along the fence, capitalizing on the break of grappling exchanges.
It was reasonably close, but Boetsch definitely took the opening round.
Boetsch returned to his wrestling to start the second frame. Advancing into half guard, Boetsch threatened with a kimura before passing into mount. From that dominant position, Boetsch trapped his opponent along the fence and began to drop bombs.
Samman tried to scramble and survive, but he simply couldn’t recover any ground and the onslaught continued. After transitioning between back mount and mount multiple times, Boetsch successfully battered ….View full article
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