Alex Pereira Makes History: Dominant Victory Over Prochazka Secures UFC Legend Status

UFC: Alex Pereira Continues to Grow His Legacy with Dominant Win

Alex Pereira’s legend continued to grow as he destroyed Jiri Prochazka with a high kick in the second round, retaining the light heavyweight belt.

Pereira’s dominance over Prochazka was total, with the Brazilian fighter in control from the start. He kept the idea of kicking the Czech down and, cautious, let go of a hand from time to time. But Pereira was in control, and his striking efficiency was total. In the last second of R1, he sent Prochazka to the canvas, and the bell saved him. And in the second round, he finished him off with a high kick that will go down in history as one of the best KOs in the UFC in recent years.

The co-main event was also a thrilling contest, with Brian Ortega forced to withdraw due to illness, and Dan Ige stepping in on short notice to face Diego Lopes. The fight was intense, with Ige showing his mettle to win the third round, but Lopes was far superior until his cardio failed him. Lopes won by unanimous decision, a testament to his toughness and ability to survive on short notice.

Ian Garry Remains Undefeated

Ian Garry, meanwhile, continued his undefeated streak with a victory over “Venom” Page. The Irishman was up to the task, putting on a very complete fight and showcasing his skills. Garry, who has trained with Demian Maia and Charles Oliveira, aims to present his candidacy for the welterweight category.

The Preliminaries Were Crazy

The preliminaries were a highlight of the night, with three KOs in the four televised fights. Payton Talbott, Jean Silva, and Joe Pyfer all scored impressive victories, with Talbott and Silva promising to be very competitive in the UFC in the coming years.

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