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After only two battles in the UFC division, I'm sure Daniel Cormier's best MMA is heavyweight at all times. On Saturday, the UFC heavyweight champion easily sent Derrick Lewis in the second round of the Madison Square Garden UFC 230 Main Event.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 02: Madison Square Garden at Hulu Theater, New York, New York, 2018. (Photo: Jeff Bottari / Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC with Getty Images)

Cormier's performance was as dominant as expected. In the first round, he soon hit the line and kept the top of the line all over the place. In the second, Lewis tried to be a bit more aggressive, but soon Cormier had two more tactics to get rid of the odds of challenging.

A few moments later, Cormier pulled Lewis back and pulled back in the rear bare throttle and the challenger was forced to file.

Surprisingly, the UFC president has handed Cormier both lightweight and heavyweight titles. Cormier was deprived of the lightweight title and will be the winner of this year's UFC 232 Jon Jones-Alexander Gustafsson match.

It was a good gesture to allow Cormier to win eighth prizes in both titles. Then Cormier is likely to be fighting with Brock Lesnar. In the postfight interview, Cormier called Lesnar and asked him to bring the WWE title when they finally met while joked that he would be the WWE champion.

This encounter can make a significant call due to Lesnar's global appeal and Cormier's consistency and size.

Souza stops at Weidman in the classic middleweight battle

Chris Weidman checked the fight for most of the first two rounds in the main event, but Souza did not stop coming and persisted. & Nbsp; The veteran Brazilian began to fight while shooting the shot, despite Weidman making some heavy strikes. As the struggle continued, Weidman seemed to slow down and Souza took advantage of his openings.

In the third round, Souza leaned forward with a badly bloodied nose and carried his right hand to Weidman's temple. Weidman went straight back and became obvious before touching the canvas. From the point of view of the television audience it was clear that Weidman was finished.

However, the referee, Dan Miragliotta, was in no position and looked as though he did not see how hard Weidman fell on the canvas. Souza stopped silent and thought that the result had been resolved. Unfortunately, Miragliotta does not call for a fight that forced Souza to throw two more hits on the defenseless Weidman's head.

Miragliotta did not answer and called the meeting.

The social media survey was immediately absorbed.

While Miragliotta's criticisms are justified, he should not miss one of the best middleweight battles in the division's history. Souza showed impressive resilience, and Weidman was as good as it used to be before he stopped.

Cannonier Smashes Branch

Despite being the + 350 underpass, the new middleweight Jared Cannonier assessed the biggest victory of the MMA career. After suffering three losses in the first round, Cannonier laid down a huge right hand with David Branch lying on the canvas.

Cannonier calmly took the Branch's back and started striking until the referee was forced to stop the match. Obviously, Cannonier is the worst new threat in the middle class. He previously competed in heavy and light heavyweight races, but after a massive change of body, the Cannonier seems dangerous to 185 pounds.

Roberson dominates Marshmant

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 03: (R-L) Karl Roberson in New York City in New York on November 3, 2018 in Madison Square Garden, meets UFC 230 in Southern Wales Jack Marshman. (Photo: Jeff Bottari / Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC with Getty Images)

Jack Marshman is a tough guy, but he was not able to handle wrestling skills or speed at Karl Roberson. The latter hoped for a loss in the latest fight against Cezar Ferreira and was more confident in the Octagon.

Roberson resisted dominant wrestling and lightning fast when he was early and often denied the opponent. He chose Marshmant with his strikes and closed the last two rounds.

Adesanya destroys Brunson

Derek Brunson felt the only chance that he had to beat Israel's Adesanya was to take her down. This plan did not succeed when Adesanya filled all eight tactical attempts in the first round and won the TKO in the last 20 seconds of the first round.

A well-positioned and perfectly timed knee caught Brunson's center and scared him. Adesanya went systematically and completed after being injured.

The victory holds the hype train to Adesanya. Brunson was considered a tough test and Adesanya was flying colors. Adesanya will easily receive the Top 5 opponents for the next match and only two wins from the title bar.

Considering that at the beginning of 2018 the UFC debuted, it can safely say that it has a meteoric rise.

Take a look at all the achievements and highlights and fight night bonuses:

They agreeWeight ClassChanceDraft paymentResult
Daniel Cormier vs. Derrick LewisHeavyweightLewis +525, Cormier-750Cormier $ 9,600, Lewis $ 6,600Cormier by R2 SUB (RNC)
Chris Weidman vs Ronaldo Souzamiddle weightWeidman -180, Souza +160Weidman $ 8.500, Souza $ 7.700Souza by R3 TKO
David Branch vs. Jared Cannoniermiddle weightCannonier +350, Branch -450Branch $ 9,300, Cannonier $ 6,900Cannonier by R2 TKO
Karl Roberson vs. Jack Marshmanmiddle weightMarshman +225, Roberson -270Roberson $ 8,700, Marshman $ 7,500Roberson's UD (30-26×2, 30-27)
Derek Brunson vs Israel Adesanyamiddle weightBrunson +260, Adesanya -320Adesanya $ 9.100, Brunson $ 7.100By Adesanya by R1 TKO
Jason Knight vs. Jordan RinaldiFeatherweightRinaldi +225, Lovag -265Knight $ 8,800, Rinaldi $ 7,400Rinaldi with UD (30-37, 30-26, 30-25)
Sijara Eubanks vs. Roxanne ModafferiFlyweightModafferi +425, Eubanks -550Eubanks $ 9,400, Modafferi $ 6,800Eubanks by UD (30-27×3)
Julio Arce vs Sheymon MoraesFeatherweightMoraes +300, Arce -360Arce $ 9,200, Moraes $ 7,000Moraes by SD & nbsp;(29-28, 28-29, 30-26)
Ben Saunders vs Lyman GoodwelterweightSOGood $ 9,500, Saunders $ 6,700Good at R1 KO
Matt Frevola vs. Lando VannataLightweightFrevola +260, Vannata -320$ 8,900, Frevola $ 7,300Majority Draw (29-28, 28-28×2)
Shane Burgos vs. Kurt HolobaughFeatherweightBurgos -320, Holobaugh +250Burgos $ 9,000, Holobaugh $ 7,200Burgos by R1 SUB (armbar)
Brian Kelleher vs. Montel JacksonBantamweightKelleher +120, Jackson -140Then $ 7,900, Jackson $ 8,300canceled
Adam Wieczorek vs Marcos Rog & eacute; rio de LimaHeavyweightWieczorek -260, Rogerio De Lima +220Wieczorek $ 8,600, Rogerio de Lima $ 7,600but Lima UD (30-27×3)

Burgos & # 39; Comeback Win

Seconds when Kurt Holobaugh dropped in, Shane Burgos attacked the opponent's arm, who was looking for the submission. Holobaugh was obviously stuck because Burgos locked the tap in the armory.

Burgos was a great victory. He first lost his first match against Calvin Kattar in January at the UFC 220. The bounce victory needed to return to the field, but there are a few holes in his stand-up defense and legitimate questions on his chin.

After the great fight, Frevola was silent

The battle between Matt Frevola and Lando Vannata was a battle, but the former was a victim of a light robbery. The Frevola was solid, first clustered and seemed to be in the frame. Vannata fell back in the second. He bolted Frevola and looked for the end, but the latter escaped and recovered. Unfortunately, in the case of Frevola, two of the three judges have won this round 10-8 Vannata for the benefit.

In the last round, both men made a solid job, but Frevola chose Vannata 27-18 in the third round. Yet, two judges saw the fight and the other gave Frevola. It was a major call, but Frevola deserved the nod.

Still, it was outstanding.

Lyman Good destroys Ben Saunders

Lyman & nbsp; It's been good for more than a year at the Octagon. Obviously there was some accumulated energy. Good wasting did not have time to fall off and finish Ben Saunders in the first round after trying to injure the knee in the clinch.

He was good on the winning track and was particularly strong in his victory. Saunders is not exactly one of the best in sports, but Good controls it and has to do it against an excessive opponent.

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After only two battles in the UFC division, I'm sure Daniel Cormier's best MMA is heavyweight at all times. On Saturday, the UFC heavyweight champion easily handed Derrick Lewis in the second round of the Madison Square Garden UFC 230 Main Event.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 02: Madison Square Garden at Hulu Theater, New York, New York, 2018. (Photo: Jeff Bottari / Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC with Getty Images)

Cormier's performance was as dominant as expected. In the first round, he soon hit the line and kept the top of the line all over the place. In the second, Lewis tried to be a bit more aggressive, but soon Cormier had two more tactics to get rid of the odds of challenging.

A few moments later, Cormier pulled Lewis back and pulled back in the rear bare throttle and the challenger was forced to file.

Surprisingly, the UFC president has handed Cormier both lightweight and heavyweight titles. Cormier was deprived of the lightweight title and will be the winner of this year's UFC 232 Jon Jones-Alexander Gustafsson match.

It was a good gesture to allow Cormier to win eighth prizes in both titles. Then Cormier is likely to be fighting with Brock Lesnar. In the postfight interview, Cormier called Lesnar and asked him to bring the WWE title when they finally met while joked that he would be the WWE champion.

This encounter can make a significant call due to Lesnar's global appeal and Cormier's consistency and size.

Souza stops at Weidman in the classic middleweight battle

Chris Weidman directed the fight for most of the first two races in the main event, but Souza did not stop coming and persevering. The veteran of Brazil continued to turn back and shot the shot, though Weidman made some heavy strikes. As the struggle continued, Weidman seemed to slow down and Souza took advantage of his openings.

In the third round, Souza leaned forward with a badly bloodied nose and carried his right hand to Weidman's temple. Weidman went straight back and became obvious before touching the canvas. From the point of view of the television audience it was clear that Weidman was finished.

However, the referee, Dan Miragliotta, was in no position and looked as though he did not see how hard Weidman fell on the canvas. Souza stopped silent and thought that the result had been resolved. Unfortunately, Miragliotta does not call for a fight that forced Souza to throw two more hits on the defenseless Weidman's head.

Miragliotta did not answer and called the meeting.

The social media survey was immediately absorbed.

While Miragliotta's criticisms are justified, he should not miss one of the best middleweight battles in the division's history. Souza showed impressive resilience, and Weidman was as good as it used to be before he stopped.

Cannonier Smashes Branch

Despite being the + 350 underpass, the new middleweight Jared Cannonier assessed the biggest victory of the MMA career. After suffering three losses in the first round, Cannonier laid down a huge right hand with David Branch lying on the canvas.

Cannonier calmly took the Branch's back and started striking until the referee was forced to stop the match. Obviously, Cannonier is the worst new threat in the middle class. He previously competed in heavy and light heavyweight races, but after a massive change of body, the Cannonier seems dangerous to 185 pounds.

Roberson dominates Marshmant

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 03: (R-L) Karl Roberson in New York City in New York on November 3, 2018 in Madison Square Garden, meets UFC 230 in Southern Wales Jack Marshman. (Photo: Jeff Bottari / Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC with Getty Images)

Jack Marshman is a tough guy, but he was not able to handle wrestling skills or speed at Karl Roberson. The latter hoped for a loss in the latest fight against Cezar Ferreira and was more confident in the Octagon.

Roberson resisted dominant wrestling and lightning fast when he was early and often denied the opponent. He chose Marshmant with his strikes and closed the last two rounds.

Adesanya destroys Brunson

Derek Brunson felt the only chance that he had to beat Israel's Adesanya was to take her down. This plan did not succeed when Adesanya filled all eight tactical attempts in the first round and won the TKO in the last 20 seconds of the first round.

A well-positioned and perfectly timed knee caught Brunson's center and scared him. Adesanya went systematically and completed after being injured.

The victory holds the hype train to Adesanya. Brunson was considered a tough test and Adesanya was flying colors. Adesanya will easily receive the Top 5 opponents for the next match and only two wins from the title bar.

Considering that at the beginning of 2018 the UFC debuted, it can safely say that it has a meteoric rise.

Take a look at all the achievements and highlights and fight night bonuses:

They agreeWeight ClassChanceDraft paymentResult
Daniel Cormier vs. Derrick LewisHeavyweightLewis +525, Cormier-750Cormier $ 9,600, Lewis $ 6,600Cormier by R2 SUB (RNC)
Chris Weidman vs Ronaldo Souzamiddle weightWeidman -180, Souza +160Weidman $ 8.500, Souza $ 7.700Souza by R3 TKO
David Branch vs. Jared Cannoniermiddle weightCannonier +350, Branch -450Branch $ 9,300, Cannonier $ 6,900Cannonier by R2 TKO
Karl Roberson vs. Jack Marshmanmiddle weightMarshman +225, Roberson -270Roberson $ 8,700, Marshman $ 7,500Roberson's UD (30-26×2, 30-27)
Derek Brunson vs Israel Adesanyamiddle weightBrunson +260, Adesanya -320Adesanya $ 9.100, Brunson $ 7.100By Adesanya by R1 TKO
Jason Knight vs. Jordan RinaldiFeatherweightRinaldi +225, Lovag -265Knight $ 8,800, Rinaldi $ 7,400Rinaldi with UD (30-37, 30-26, 30-25)
Sijara Eubanks vs. Roxanne ModafferiFlyweightModafferi +425, Eubanks -550Eubanks $ 9,400, Modafferi $ 6,800Eubanks by UD (30-27×3)
Julio Arce vs Sheymon MoraesFeatherweightMoraes +300, Arce -360Arce $ 9,200, Moraes $ 7,000Moraes by SD (29-28, 28-29, 30-26)
Ben Saunders vs Lyman GoodwelterweightSOGood $ 9,500, Saunders $ 6,700Good at R1 KO
Matt Frevola vs. Lando VannataLightweightFrevola +260, Vannata -320$ 8,900, Frevola $ 7,300Majority Draw (29-28, 28-28×2)
Shane Burgos vs. Kurt HolobaughFeatherweightBurgos -320, Holobaugh +250Burgos $ 9,000, Holobaugh $ 7,200Burgos by R1 SUB (armbar)
Brian Kelleher vs. Montel JacksonBantamweightKelleher +120, Jackson -140Then $ 7,900, Jackson $ 8,300canceled
Adam Wieczorek vs. Marcos Rogério de LimaHeavyweightWieczorek -260, Rogerio De Lima +220Wieczorek $ 8,600, Rogerio de Lima $ 7,600but Lima UD (30-27×3)

Burgos & # 39; Comeback Win

Seconds when Kurt Holobaugh dropped in, Shane Burgos attacked the opponent's arm, who was looking for the submission. Holobaugh was obviously stuck because Burgos locked the tap in the armory.

Burgos was a great victory. He first lost his first match against Calvin Kattar in January at the UFC 220. The bounce victory needed to return to the field, but there are a few holes in his stand-up defense and legitimate questions on his chin.

After the great fight, Frevola was silent

The battle between Matt Frevola and Lando Vannata was a battle, but the former was a victim of a light robbery. The Frevola was solid, first clustered and seemed to be in the frame. Vannata fell back in the second. He bolted Frevola and looked for the end, but the latter escaped and recovered. Unfortunately, in the case of Frevola, two of the three judges have won this round 10-8 Vannata for the benefit.

In the last round, both men made a solid job, but Frevola chose Vannata 27-18 in the third round. Yet, two judges saw the fight and the other gave Frevola. It was a major call, but Frevola deserved the nod.

Still, it was outstanding.

Lyman Good destroys Ben Saunders

Lyman Good was more than a year old at the Octagon. Obviously there was some accumulated energy. Good wasting did not have time to fall off and finish Ben Saunders in the first round after trying to injure the knee in the clinch.

He was good on the winning track and was particularly strong in his victory. Saunders is not exactly one of the best in sports, but Good controls it and has to do it against an excessive opponent.

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