It was a shutout win for middleweight prospect Derek Brunson in UFC 177 preliminary action at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento Saturday, as he used his wrestling to dominate his three-round middleweight bout against Lorenz Larkin and take home a unanimous decision.
All three judges saw it 30-27.
Larkin’s striking served him well in the opening stages of the fight, but Brunson closed the distance and locked him up against the fence. After a bit of a stalemate, Brunson almost finished his foe with a guillotine choke, and while Larkin escaped, he did get put on the … Read the Full Article Here
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