By: Garrett Evert



Cyborg def. Kunitskaya by TKO at 3:25 of Round One

Ortega def. Edgar by KO at 4:44 on Round One

O’Malley def. Soukhamthath by unanimous decision

Arlovski def. Struve by unanimous decision

Vieira def. Zingano by split decision

Dern def. Yoder by split decision

Hernandez def. Dariush by KO at 0:42 of Round One

Dodson def. Munhoz by split decision

Dolloway def. Lombard by DQ (late hits)

Ottow def. Pyle by TKO at 2:34 of Round One

Stamann def. Caraway by split decision

Johnson def. Milstead by split decision


Main Takeaways

Cyborg is the most dominant women’s fighter in the entire UFC right now. Rose Namajunas may be a close second but she is no Cyborg. Cris Cyborg proved on Saturday night that she is a brutal warrior that will stop at nothing to ensure it is her hand that is being raised at the end of every fight. I predicted a second round TKO of Kunitskaya but it only took Cyborg one round, and only 3:25 of said round. I firmly believe that she can destroy any woman with the guts to step into the octagon with her.


Sean O’Malley is a lengthy nightmare that the big boys should be afraid of. He defeated Soukhamthath on Saturday night in an old school fight and he is wasting no time in raising in the bantamweight class. I advise that everyone keeps an eye on him in the future.


What’s Next?

Pancrase 294 (which I will not be covering). Live from Japan on Sunday March 11th (1:00am EST).