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UFC Fight Night 200: Sean Strickland vs Jack Hermansson Results

In middleweight, Sean Strickland proved unbeaten once again on Saturday. When he met Jack Hermansson (22-7 MMA, 9-5 UFC) at the main event of the UFC Fight Night on Saturday night. As we all know, UFC needs a good gelanger in middleweight division. And Strickland made a name for themselves in the UFC Apex with another impressive win. Introduced himself for the world title shot. The fight can mostly be classified as a technical boxing match. Strickland proved to be the brightest in the world. Because Strickland was very quiet from the initial bell, moving slowly and making his entire attack with a simple and efficient job. The shock allowed him to cover the distance from where Hermansson was supposed to work, and forced Hermansson to make a desperate attempt to take off from a great distance. This gave Strickland the opportunity to easily thwart efforts to keep Hermmonson's battle on the ground. The contest turned out to be a battle for the greater volume of Hermansson and Strickland's much more effective accuracy. Hermansson was aggressive in throwing kicks and moving forward with wild noises, which were strong enough to draw a steady stream of blood from Strickland's nose. In the final round, Hermansson 's intensity increased, with a series of strikes, most of which were missed as Strickland remained with fewer strikes - but landed more. Round 1 was a close contest, but the difference in Round 2 was widened when Strickland dropped Hermansson. Round 3, Hermansson let his hands go a little further but came a little too wild to top the Strickland patient's high-accuracy approach. As the battle progressed, physical corpses became a major part of the Strickland invasion. After five rounds, the question became whether the judges valued Hermansson 's aggression on Strickland's effectiveness. One judge upheld Hermansson 's view, but it was Strickland who ended the night with a show of hands, deciding to separate from the injuries of 49-46, 47-48 and 49-46. Strickland, 30, weighs 185 pounds. Since jumping from Welterweight in 2020, Strickland has taken a 5-0 lead with its other victories against Jack Marshman, Brendon Allen, Krzysztof Jutko and Urea Hall. The victory took Strickland's winning streak to six, five of which came in the middleweight division. This puts him in the position of one of the leading men in the controversy for the title shot in the winner of the rematch of UFC 271 between champion Israel Adesanya and former champion Robert Whitaker. I would love to get a title shot, "Strickland said after the fight." As the UFC knows, I'm a company man. I will fight whatever you put in front of me. But I would be happy if they had a belt. I don't care who owns the gold, no matter who it is. I just have to get it. UFC Fight Night 200 results include: Sean Strickland def. Jack Hermansson via split decision (49-46, 47-48, 49-46) Nick Maximov def. Punahele Soriano via split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28) Shavkat Rakhmonov def. Carlston Harris via knockout (strikes) – Round 1, 4:10 Brendan Allen def. Sam Alvey via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 2, 2:10 Bryan Battle def. Tresean Gore via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Julian Erosa def. Steven Peterson via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) John Castaneda def. Miles Johns via technical submission (arm-triangle choke) – Round 3, 1:38 Hakeem Dawodu def. Mike Trizano via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Chidi Njokuani def. Marc-Andre Barriault via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 0:16 Alexis Davis def. Julija Stoliarenko via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 30-27) Jailton Almeida def. Danilo Marques via TKO (punches) – Round 1, 2:57 Phil Rowe def. Jason Witt via TKO (punches) – Round 2, 2:15 Malcolm Gordon def. Denys Bondar via submission (injury) –Round 1, 1:22

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