UFC Fight Island 7 results: Biggest winners, loser for ‘Holloway vs Kattar’ – MMA Mania

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) went back to action in a huge way the other day (Sat., Jan. 15, 2021) with UFC Fight Island 7, which provided fight fans with an interesting afternoon of battles on “Fight Island” in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates. In the headlining act, Max Holloway placed on a tremendous efficiency versus Calvin Kattar, earning a lopsided consentaneous decision win (see it once again here). In the co-main event, Carlos Condit beat Matt Brown in another amusing bout.

Greatest Winner: Max Holloway
This one is simple because “Blessed” looked better than ever, dominating Kattar for 25 minutes to choose up a much-needed win after dropping two straight. With the win, Holloway reminded everyone that he is still at the top of his video game and he isnt going anywhere anytime soon. He put himself at the top of a short list to deal with the winner of the recently-announced title fight in between Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega.

Runner Up: Li Jingliang

Numerous most likely werent providing “Leech” a high portion of beating Santiago Ponzinibbio– myself consisted of– however the Chinese-born star silenced everyone and got the biggest win of his career, putting “Gente Boa” to sleep with a magnificent preliminary knockout. Li has now won 4 of his last five and this specific triumph must provide him a big bump up the Welterweight ladder. All in all, he now has 7 knockout wins inside the Octagon.

Honorable Mention: Alessio Di Chirico

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to action in a huge way yesterday (Sat., Jan. 15, 2021) with UFC Fight Island 7, which provided battle fans with an exciting afternoon of battles on “Fight Island” in Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates. In the headlining act, Max Holloway put on a remarkable efficiency versus Calvin Kattar, earning a lopsided consentaneous decision win (see it again here). He put himself at the top of a brief list to deal with the winner of the recently-announced title fight in between Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega.

Biggest Loser: Santiago Ponzinibbio
It had been more than two years because “Gente Boa” stepped foot inside the Octagon, and it had actually been even longer than that since he last tasted defeat. Because then, he racked up a remarkable seven-fight win streak. In spite of putting in all that work, he was never able to get close to a shot at the title.

Di Chirico went on record saying he wasnt too impressed with what Joaquin Buckley had actually done ahead of their Middleweight scrap, not even this spectacular knockout did much for the Italian-born fighter. Come battle night, Di Chirico backed up his talk by absolutely flattening “New Mansa” with a head kick prior to ending his night with some follow up strikes. On top of ending Buckleys momentum, he likewise scored an additional $50,000 in post-fight bonus cash. The win also snapped his three-fight losing streak, so it was huge on all fronts.

Many most likely werent offering “Leech” a high percentage of beating Santiago Ponzinibbio– myself included– however the Chinese-born star silenced everyone and chose up the most significant win of his profession, putting “Gente Boa” to sleep with an incredible first round knockout. Come fight night, Di Chirico backed up his talk by definitely flattening “New Mansa” with a head kick prior to ending his night with some follow up strikes.

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