Check out the highlights of the UFC Norfolk headlining lightweight bout between Dustin Poirier and Anthony Pettis.
Dustin Poirier and Anthony Pettis brought the action and a ton of blood tonight in the UFC Norfolk main event. After two excellent, back-and-forth rounds, Poirier was able to get a blood-soaked Pettis to the ground and secure a body triangle. While he was trying to transition to mount, Pettis seemed to get injured and tapped right away. It was an underwhelming ending to a very good fight, but at least we got two and a half rounds of fun fighting.
Here’s the video:
After an insane fight, Anthony Pettis taps out and Dustin Poirier earns the biggest win of his career! #UFCNorfolk https://t.co/ITDZtPavf2
— FOX Sports: UFC (@UFCONFOX) November 12, 2017
Here’s my play-by-play of the final round of the bout:
Round 3 – Poirier shoots in and gets Pettis to his knees. Pettis looking for the kimura again. Poirier takes the back with a body triangle. He’s looknig for a choke. He goes to mount. The fight is over? Pettis tapped to something. It looks like he’s hurt.
Dustin Poirier defeated Anthony Pettis by TKO (injury), 2:08 of round 3