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UFC Salt Lake City Results: Yair Rodriguez Button Mashes His Way To A Victory Over Alex Caceres

It’s the calm before the UFC 202 storm. The UFC is coming off an extremely busy month of July in which they held six events, and now the Octagon visits Salt Lake City before Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz face off for the second time.

What we got was what’s expected by one of these lower-tier cards — fun fights with plenty of highlights for the hardcore fans, or anyone flipping through, but ultimately not much happened other than Yair Rodriguez fighting like a videogame character once again.

—Yair Rodríguez vs. Alex Caceres This was one of the most ridiculous displays of offense ever offered to the MMA Gods. Yair Rodriguez threw so much spinning sh*t, he almost took the earth off its natural rotation and reversed time. I can’t stress enough: ridiculous. Like Rodriguez was playing himself in EA UFC and took off stamina loss. That said, Bruce Leeroy (Caceres) avoided damage while staying on his bicycle, but his avoiding damage kept him out of range and he simply couldn’t get anything going for his own offense. And so, Rodriguez would get tired. Kinda.

Near the 15-minute mark, Caceres would start opening up combinations and get Rodriguez on his back, where Caceres would work him over. Did Rodriguez empty his gas tank? In round 4, it seemed like both were tired, but they would still button mash their way into the fifth where kept up the pace:

After 25 minutes, the judges would go to a split-decision, where Yair would (rightfully) win. I’m surprised it went to a split. It seemed like a pretty clear 3-2 for Rodriguez. Fun fight. Good matchmaking.

—Dennis Bermudez def.Rony Jason via unanimous decision.

—Thales Leites def. Chris Camozzi via rear naked choke submission (round 3).

—Santiago Ponzinibbio def. Zak Cummings via unanimous decision.

—Trevor Smith def. Joe Gigliotti via unanimous decision.

—Maryna Moroz def. Danielle Taylor via split-decision.

Prelims

—Court McGee def. Dominique Steele via unanimous decision.

NO TIME WASTED!!! @Court_McGee has come out on FIRE in his home state! #UFCSLC https://t.co/g9hKxOsy3u

—Marcin Tybura def. Viktor Pešta via insane heavyweight headkick KO (round 2). Yes, a HW headkick KO. As nasty as it sounds. Here’s the replay.

—David Teymur def. Jason Novelli via KO (Round 2). This show is insane. After the fight, Teymur called out Sage Northcutt. Nice. Check out the moment of impact that turned Novelli into Stretch Armstrong here.

— FOX Sports: UFC (@UFCONFOX) August 7, 2016

—Teruto Ishihara def. Horacio Gutiérrez via KO (round 1). This is as brilliant as they come. Check out Ishihara’s counter and say hello to Japan’s MMA savior.

Fight Pass Prelims

—Cub Swanson def. Tatsuya Kawajiri via unanimous decision. Fight of the Night. Fight of the year? Cub got the win, but Kawajiri put his back on the mat throughout the fight, and Cub nailed Crusher with an illegal knee that should’ve had a point taken away. I don’t like the decision, but the fight was entertaining.

HUGE right lands for @Crusher_MMA who then gets the takedown!! #UFCSLC on @UFCFightPass NOW https://t.co/84SGV8GjwU

—Justin Ledet def. Chase Sherman via unanimous decision.



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