Although the occasion was overshadowed by two no contest, including the Leon Edwards vs. Belal Muhammad major occasion, various blistering knockouts were being adequate to just take house all the UFC Vegas 21 bonuses on Saturday in Las Vegas.
There was no Combat of the Evening awarded. Officials as a substitute opted to hand out 4 Overall performance of the Evening bonuses value $50,000 each individual.
UFC Vegas 21 Efficiency of the Night time: Matthew Semelsberger
In just his 2nd UFC bout, Matthew Semelsberger opened the UFC Vegas 21 prelims with a bang, practically.
He knocked out Jason Witt just 16 seconds into the struggle.
The victory not only scored Semelsberger a reward, it also improved his report to 8-2 and notched his victorious streak to five consecutive bouts.
UFC Vegas 21 Functionality of the Night: Davey Grant
Davey Grant kicked off a stretch of a few consecutive bouts ending in knockouts on the principal card.
He fought a back-and-forth 1st round with Jonathan Martinez, who briefly threatened him with a guillotine choke. In the next round, Grant applied his wild placing to put Martinez in hazard and at some point set him out of the battle.
UFC Vegas 21 Functionality of the Night time: Dan Ige
Dan Ige kept the ball rolling on the primary card by ending his combat with Gavin Tucker ahead of it actually even got began.
In their 1st exchange, Ige stepping with a appropriate hand that related, putting Tucker down on the canvas in just 22 seconds.
UFC Vegas 21 Effectiveness of the Night time: Ryan Spann
Ryan Spann seemed as fantastic as at any time, taking in a really hard shot from Misha Cirkunov ahead of cracking back and dropping him to the canvas in the UFC Vegas 21 co-principal occasion.
He followed Cirkunov down, but when the finish did not feel eminent, Spann forced Cirkunov to stand. He dropped the Latvian fighter once more, but this time closed the clearly show with a series of brutal hammerfists.
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