Right up until those final minutes of the PPV, it was a really good card. 7 finishes out of 12 fights, in a night that kicked-off with two consecutive head kick stoppages, and barely a boring moment.
In honor of the good effort put by these fighters, we will do the same. Keep the shenanigans to the post main event.
Alright, let’s jump right to my picks. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.
Welcome back for another AfterMMAth post and what an AfterMMAth it is. Strictly MMA speaking, UFC204 is way up there with the best event of the year contenders. Top to bottom, mostly finishes, mostly submissions, mostly chokes. Some really high quality showcased. And to top things off, the hometown hero reigns supreme while the legend can now retire on a really good performance.
Before we cover some important issues, let’s review the predictions I made:
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Manchester, England, England, Across the Atlantic sea. And I am a busy-bee, man. So let’s get to picking!
Hello everyone, welcome back to another installment of UFC PPV AfterMMAth.
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