- Aoriqileng overcame back-to-back losses to win resoundingly Saturday within the UFC.
- The Chinese fighter used to be subjected to racism after his closing bout. He slammed the ‘disgusting’ statement.
- Now, he is again with a bang as he scored a super first-round knockout in Las Vegas.
The 28-year-old closing competed in November 2021 however misplaced a unanimous choice to Cody Durden earlier than the American advised the Chinese fighter to move “back to China where he came from.”
Flyweight fighter Aoriqileng slammed Durden for the “disgusting” remarks.
It used to be Aoriqileng’s 2d defeat in a row having additionally misplaced to Jeff Molina. Though he had 20 wins competing most commonly in China, he used to be winless within the UFC after two losses.
But this weekend, Aoriqileng did not simply win — he did so with taste as he ruled Else with a putting masterclass.
Such used to be Aoriqileng’s superiority, he restricted Else to a trifling seven photographs landed from 13 tried for a 54% accuracy price in comparison to Aoriqileng’s thunderous 49 moves landed from 85 makes an attempt (58%), together with one knockdown scored.
As quickly as Aoriqileng had Else at the flooring, it regarded all however over because the British fighter used to be installed a in reality inclined place, with Aoriqileng having a look to near the display with horrific ground-and-pound.
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With victory, Aoriqileng — who’s nicknamed the Mongolian Murderer — complex his professional MMA report to 21 wins (six knockouts, two submissions, and 13 choices) in opposition to 11 losses. It used to be his first triumph within the UFC.
Elsewhere at the card, MMA fighter Mike Jackson received a fit by means of DQ after a watch gouge. He additionally were given kicked within the crotch. Tyson Pedro, in the meantime, iced Ike Villanuev with heavy photographs in a first-round drubbing.
Amanda Lemos and Jessica Andrade fought in a novel, all-Brazilian girls’s strawweight battle on the most sensible of the cardboard.