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UFC Fight Night results: Brenan Allen continues hot streak with another finish



UFC Fight Night Allen vs. Craig just took place at the Apex in Las Vegas.

In the middleweight headliner Brendan Allen took on Paul Craig in a five-rounder.

Allen got off to a good start on the feet though the two fighters would trade submission attempts early with Craig going for a calf slicer.

The second round would see Allen take a clear lead with good striking and even getting to full mount, he also landed ground and pound that could easily have given him the round by a 10-8 score.

Allen would land a devastating left hand early in the third round that rocked Craig. The Scotsman Craig level changed and shot for a takedown but nearly got stuck in a guillotine, with Allen later taking the back and sinking in a rear naked choke that sealed the end to the fight.

Now Allen stands with an impressive six fight winning streak at middleweight with – five by way of finish.

After the fight Allen would call for a number one contender fight.

“I think I deserve it, I’ve earned it. I’ve beat everyone they put in front of me, I finished them. Whoever the UFC says that is, I don’t care who. (Robert) Whittaker, (Jared) Cannonier, ‘C*mshot,’ I don’t care,” Allen told Paul Felder. “I’m trying to fight, man. I’m the No. 1 contender. I’m the best in the world, I’m here to prove it. If you say otherwise, come show me, don’t tell me.”

In the co-main event Ecuadorian Michael Morales would keep his record unblemished following a unanimous decision victory over Jake Matthews. While Matthews had some good moments in the second round Morales would also end round two with a heavy flurry of strikes.

Morales now has four straight wins in the UFC.

Check out the complete UFC Fight Night results below!

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UFC Fight Night results


  • Middleweight: Brendan Allen def. Paul Craig via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 0:38
  • welterweight: Michael Morales def. Jake Matthews via unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, 29–28)
  • Lightweight: Chase Hooper def. Jordan Leavitt via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 2:58
  • Bantamweight: Payton Talbott def. Nick Aguirre via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 0:58
  • Women’s strawweight: Amanda Ribas def. Luana Pinheiro TKO (spinning wheel kick and punches) – Round 3, 3:53
  • Welterweight: Myktybek Orolbai def. Uroš Medic via submission (neck crank) – Round 2, 4:12


  • Featherweight: Joanderson Brito def. Jonathan Pearce via submission (ninja choke) – Round 2, 3:54
  • Bantamweight: Jose Johnson def. Chad Anheliger via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 4:49
  • Middleweight: Christian Leroy Duncan def. Denis Tiuliulin via TKO (strikes and elbows) – Round 2, 4:24
  • Heavyweight: Mick Parkin def. Caio Machado via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28)
  • Catchweight: (148 lbs): Jeka Saragih def. Lucas Alexander via KO (punches) – Round 1, 1:31
  • Women’s bantamweight: Ailín Pérez def. Lucie Pudilová via unanimous decision (29–27, 29–28, 29–28)
  • Lightweight: Trey Ogden vs. Nikolas Motta ends in a No Contest (premature stoppage)
  • Catchweight: (128 lbs): Rafael Estevam besegrar Charles Johnson via unanimous decision (29–28, 29–28, 29–28)

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